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Rosignano: Opens a New Advanced Polymer Pilot Plant to Integrate Recycled Components into New Resins

 

INEOS Announces Agreement with Viridor to Take Thousands of Tonnes of Recycled Polymer to Generate a Hybrid Polymer Partially Made from Mechanically Recycled Plastic

 

Köln: First Site to Receive Rsb Certification Enabling the Manufacture of “Bio-Attributed” Polymers

 

INEOS Announces Antwerp as the Location for the €3 Billion Project One Site

2019

INEOS Announces €2.7 Billion Investment to Construct the First Cracker in Europe for Over 20 Years

 

Köln: Opens New €30 Million Office Centralising the Customer Service Centre and Administration

2018

INEOS Signs Agreement to Build the Largest Butane Storage Tank in Europe

 

Köln: Celebrates 50 Years of Operations at the Site

2017

Grangemouth: the new office opens as part of a £450 million investment in the site.

 

First Departure of Ineos Intrepid, One of Ineos’ Dragon Ships, Carrying the Historic First Shale Gas Shipment from the Us to Europe

2016

Grangemouth: Construction of Europe’s Largest Ethane Tank Begins.

2014

INEOS designs and constructs the world’s largest gas carrier ship announced to bring ethane from the US to Europe

2013
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INEOS Olefins (Europe) and INEOS Polyolefins (Europe) are combined to form the current INEOS Olefins & Polymers Europe business

2009

INEOS acquires Hydro Polymers and the remaining 50% share of the Noretyl Cracker at Rafnes from Norsk Hydro.

Köln: Expansion of the Cracker by 100KTPA of Ethylene

2008
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INEOS acquires Borealis Norway and 50% of the Noretyl Cracker at Rafnes

2007
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INEOS restructures INNOVENE and forms INEOS Olefins (Europe) and INEOS Polyolefins (Europe) as two of its eleven 'stand alone' business units

2006
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INEOS acquires INNOVENE, BP's global Petrochemicals division, with BP, Solvay and Amoco heritage

2005

BP acquires PE business from Solvay

2004

Köln: Ethane Cracker line commissioned

Lillo HDPE train 2 commissioned

2002
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Joint venture is agreed for all PE activities between BP and Solvay.

BP acquires the Solvay PP business

Köln: BP acquires the Bayer share of the EC-ERDÖLCHEMIE joint venture and changed name to BP Köln.

Grangemouth: train 2KG Cracker commissioned

2001

Geel: PP2 is commissioned

1996

Grangemouth: KG Cracker train 1 commissioned

1993

Lillo: start of HDPE & PP production

1992
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Lavéra: Cracker №4 further debottlenecked to 700KTPA

1991

Köln: start-up of cracker №5

1978

Sarralbe PP production starts

1976

Lavéra: New PE plants using a gas phase process, designed by research team opens

1975

Köln: start-up of cracker No4. Sarralbe HDPE production starts

1970

Geel site is established

1967
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Rosignano: HDPE production unit starts

Grangemouth: Polyethylene production starts

1959

Köln: Site founded as 'EC-ERDÖLCHEMIE', a joint venture of BP and Bayer

1957

Lavéra: Naphtachimie created by 3 partners: Pechiney, Kuhlmann and SGHP (first company name of BP in France)

1949