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Announcement of a world-scale cumene unit in marl, Germany

2019

INEOS phenol plans to expand its plant in mobile, Alabama US making it the largest phenol production unit in the world

2018

INEOS Americas LLC acquires AXIALL corporation aromatics business

2015
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Antwerp Plant Capacity Is Increased to 680 Kte/a, Making It the World's Largest Phenol Production Site

2008

Debottlenecking of Mobile to 540 Kte/a and Antwerp to 500 Kte/a

2006
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Acquisition of the Cumene Plant in Port Arthur (500 Kte/a) from Chevron Phillips and the Cumene Plant in Marl (250 Kte/a) from Bp, Followed by the De-Bottleneck of Mobile, Antwerp and Gladbeck

2005
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Debottlenecking of Mobile Plant to 440 Kte/a, Antwerp Plant to 450 Kte/a and Gladbeck Plant to 630 Kte/a Phenol

2003

INEOS acquires Phenolchemie and Forms Ineos Phenol

2001
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Start-up of Mobile Plant in Alabama, USA (400 KTE/A Phenol)

2000
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Final step of the Gladbeck site expansion is completed, bringing phenol capacity to 620 KTE/A

1999
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Merger of Degussa AG and Hüls AG resulting in Degussa-Hüls AG

1998
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Doubling of capacity at Antwerp Plant (to 420 KTE/A Phenol)

1997

Acquisition by Hüls AG

1994

Start-up of Antwerp Plant in Belgium (200 KTE/A Phenol)

1993
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Veba Chemie AG transferred its 50% share to Hüls AG

1979

Multi-step expansion of the Gladbeck site phenol capacity begins

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Start up of Gladbeck Plant in Germany (8 KTE/A Phenol)

1954

Founding of Phenolchemie in Gladbeck, Germany

1952