S Korea’s SK Energy to turn around two FCCs in 2013

14 December 2012 05:02  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--South Korea’s SK Energy will shut down its two fluid catalytic cracker (FCC) units for maintenance in 2013, a company source said on Friday.

The No 1 FCC plant with a nameplate capacity of 150,000 tonnes/year at Ulsan will be taken off line in March and the maintenance will last around one month, according to the source.

The company’s No 2 FCC with a nameplate capacity of 350,000 tonnes/year will shut down in the third quarter of next year for two months, the source added.

Both the FCCs are located at the same site in Ulsan, South Korea.


By: Judith Wang
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