The shift to ethane cracking in the U.S., and the availability of low-cost LPG is accelerating the construction of propane dehydrogenation plants
Propylene — one of the most important petrochemical feedstocks — has traditionally been supplied, together with ethylene, primarily from naphtha crackers. The recent exploitation of shale gas in North America is causing a shift to...
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