21 February 2013 23:16 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--C3 Petrochemicals plans to build a propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant near ?xml:namespace>
Should the permit be approved, construction of the PDH plant will begin in January 2014, with start-up scheduled for Q4 2015, according to the permit application.
The PDH unit will use propane as its feedstock, the permit said. The produced PGP and CGP will be distributed to customers via pipeline.
No information on production capacity of the petrochemicals was listed in the permit.
The plant will be built on the grounds of Ascend Performance Materials’ Chocolate Bayou Chemical Manufacturing Complex.
According to the Texas Secretary of State’s database, Houston-based C3 Petrochemicals’ governing person is Barry Siadat, who is the co-founder and managing director of SK Capital.
Telephone calls and emails on Thursday afternoon to Siadat and SK Capital were not immediately returned.
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