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INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA produces four main product lines:

  1. Olefins
  2. High density polyethylene 
  3. Polypropylene
  4. Manufactured polyethylene pipe

Our focus in the manufacturing and delivery of these products is on quality, reliability of service and on-time delivery in support of our customers’ winning strategies.

We are one of the largest suppliers of ethylene, butadiene, high density polyethylene and polypropylene to the North American marketplace. Our polymer products are marketed globally both directly as business-to-business sales and through authorized distributors. Our manufactured polyethylene pipe business is one of the largest in the U.S. Pipe products are manufactured in 9 sites across the U.S. to facilitate quick response and speed to market.


Key Products and End Uses

Ethylene 4600 Polyethylene, PVC, VAM, ethylene glycol
Butadiene 220 Synthetic rubber, ABS, nylon
High Density PE 3,535 Blow molded bottles, injection molding, pipe, packaging
Polypropylene 1,950 Fiber, film, injection molding, sheet
HDPE Pipe 893 Potable water, waste water, mining, oil and gas, natural gas, power and communications
Propylene 880 Polypropylene, acrylonitrile, propylene oxide

Product List

  • Ethylene
  • Propylene
  • Butadiene
  • Mixed butenes
  • Crude benzene
  • Fuel oil
  • High density polyethylene resin
  • HDPE Pipe
  • Polypropylene resin
  • Hydrogen


ethylene.jpgEthylene is produced by steam cracking feedstocks such as natural gas liquids and refining streams including ethane, propane and light naphtha. Ethylene is a colorless gas with a slightly sweet smell. It transforms from liquid into a gas at very low temperatures and is normally transported as a supercritical fluid through pipelines.

Ethylene is used to make:

  • Polyethylene
  • Ethylbenzene
  • Ethylene dichloride
  • Ethylene glycol
  • Linear alpha olefins
  • Vinyl acetate monomer

These chemicals are then used to manufacture a wide variety of products from plastic wrap to milk bottles to PVC pipe. Ethylene is of fundamental importance to the plastics industry and is a basic building block of organic chemistry.


propylene.jpgPropylene is a highly flammable colorless gas. Propylene is easier to transport than ethylene, as it can be liquefied at much lower pressures and conveyed in its liquid form. 

Our propylene is used internally as a chemical feedstock to make products such as:

  • Polypropylene
  • Acrylonitrile

Polypropylene and acrylonitrile are used in fiber, fabrics, cars, appliances, packaging and toys. 


butadiene.jpg1,3-Butadiene is a colorless gas at room temperature and is liquid at a few degrees below water's freezing point. It is typically extracted from the C4 cut of an olefins cracking process but can be made through dehydrogenation of normal butane. 1,3-Butadiene is used mainly to make synthetic rubber.

Synthetic rubber is used to make car and truck tires and athletic shoe soles.

Mixed Butenes

Also called butenes, or Raff-, this C4 hydrocarbon stream is comprised mostly of butane components such as isobutylene and 1-butene, and contains some normal- and iso-butane. It can be transported by pipeline, railcar or barge.

Butenes can be:

  • Used directly as an alkylate feed in a refinery process
  • Further refined and used for making consumer products

Raff-1 alkylate feed is used in making gasoline; refined butenes are used in the manufacture of adhesives, plastics and cosmetics.

Crude Benzene

Crude benzene is one of the heavier products produced by a steam cracking process and is comprised mostly of the chemical component benzene, a colorless, highly flammable liquid with a sweet smell.

Crude benzene is further refined to benzene where it is used in the production of other industrial chemicals such as:

  • Styrene
  • Cumene

Crude benzene is used as a precursor in the production of pharmaceuticals, plastics, synthetic rubber and dyes.


Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and flammable gas that forms as a byproduct of steam cracking.  Hydrogen is transported by pipeline to customers.  The hydrogen produced by steam cracking is in excess of 90% pure, which is suitable for most applications.  It can be further purified for use as a fuel or in chemical analysis applications.  It is commonly used in refinery processes for hydrogenation or sulfur removal.

Fuel Oil

Fuel oil is typically the heaviest cut of the steam cracking process. It is a liquid at room temperature and is typically used as a fuel for the generation of heat or in an engine for the generation of power.


polyolefins.jpgINEOS Olefins & Polymers USA produces 1.9 billion pounds of polypropylene homopolymer, random copolymer and impact copolymer pellets annually, which is shipped via railroad hopper cars and bulk trucks.

Our polypropylene is used in the manufacture of:

  • Roofing
  • Building and construction products
  • Compounding
  • Pipe
  • Automotive and appliance parts
  • Food packaging, cups and containers
  • Caps and closures
  • Biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film
  • Totes and storage bins
  • Carpeting
  • Hygiene products
  • Toys
  • Disposable medical gowns and face coverings

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polyethylene.jpgAnnually, INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA produces 3.2 billion pounds of high-density polyethylene homopolymer and copolymer, primarily in the form of pellets, which is shipped via railroad hopper cars and bulk trucks. 

Our polyethylene is used in the manufacture of:

  • Milk, juice and water bottles
  • Household chemical and pharma containers
  • Jar and bottle caps
  • High molecular weight film
  • Automotive fuel tanks and under-hood reservoirs
  • Drip irrigation, gas, water, and sewer service pipe
  • Power and telecom cables
  • Plastic wood decking
  • Pallets, crates and bins
  • Toys

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High Density Polyethylene Pipe

Our pipe products are used for:

  • Potable water
  • Waste water
  • Mining
  • Oil and gas
  • Natural gas
  • Power and communications applications
  • Geothermal applications
  • Irrigation


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Notice of INEOS Patents

INEOS Olefins & Polymers believes that investing in research and design leads to the development of superior products and our patents are an important part of that investment.  In accordance with Section 287(a) of Title 35 of the United States Code, you are hereby placed on notice of INEOS O&P USA Company's rights in the United States Patents listed on this site which cover the following resin grades, applications and/or processes, which are exemplary as the associated patents may not be limited thereto.

Grades Patents
CAP311X2403, CAP311US US 7776998B2
CAP311X2413, CAP311US1 US 7776998B2
CAP311US2 US7776998B2
CAP508X2417, CAP508US US 7776998B2
CAP508S2X2166, CAP508US1 US 7776998B2
CAP508X2386, CAP508US2 US 7776998B2
CAP508US3 US 7776998B2
CAP602X2174, CAP602CB7 US 7776998B2
CP53-30 US 7776998B2
J50-10N5000, J52-08-226 US 7897710B2, US 9481772B2, US 9873782B2
K44-06-122 US 7452954B2
TUB121B, TUB121N, TUB121GN, TUB121NTW US 7776998B2, US 9873782B2, US 10787563B2, US 11661501B2
Applications/ Processes Patents
Low gel film and pipe US 8124708B2, US8445619B2
Bimodal film US 7897710B2, US 9481772B2, US 9873782B2
Bimodal pipe fittings US 7714074B2, US 7812095B2
Bimodal pipe US 7452954B2, US 9873782B2, US 10787563B2, US 11661501B2
System and method for rapid transitioning of polyolefin processes from one product to another US 8986618B2, US 9273155B2, US 9371404B2
Polymerization process US 11312150B2
Polymerization process US 11512150B2
Medium pressure steam intervention in an olefin cracking furnace decoke procedure US 9644149B2