A look behind the scenes with TV business channel Kanaal Z
Belgian business TV channel Kanaal Z showcases flagship projects and initiatives representative of our activities in Belgium, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of INEOS.
Join Kanaal Z for a behind-the-scenes look at INEOS:
Episode 1: On the construction site of Project ONE, the sustainable ethane cracker we are building in the port of Antwerp. This greenfield plant will produce ethylene, one of the most widely used building blocks of chemistry in the world. Using innovative technologies, it will be the most sustainable ethane cracker in Europe. The plant will become operational in 2026. In this edition Joy Donné, CEO of Flanders Investment & Trade, and John McNally, CEO of INEOS Project ONE comment on why this investment is so exceptional.
Episode 2: Take a look behind the scenes at the construction site for Project ONE. Minister-president Jan Jambon talks about the importance of INEOS' investment in chemistry in Flanders, and INEOS Project ONE Program Construction Manager Edwin Secker and Business Unit Manager Gert Mennes of Aertssen Group talk about how things are going on site.
Episode 3: With Project Greensand, INEOS creates a world first. CO2 from Belgian INEOS plant in Zwijndrecht successfully stored under the sea bed. The CO2 was captured at INEOS Oxide, transported from the port of Antwerp and stored under the Danish North Sea. The project aims to safely capture and permanently store 8 million tonnes of CO2 per year, 40% of Denmark's total emission reduction target.
Episode 4: 25 years of INEOS: together with Jacques Vandermeiren (CEO Port of Antwerp-Bruges), Hans Casier (CEO INEOS Phenol & Nitriles and president of essenscia) and Nynke De Schutter (environmental coordinator at INEOS Styrolution), we look back and ahead.
Episode 5: The chemical sector plays a key role in the challenges facing society today. This is also reflected in our technology centre in Neder-over-Heembeek. That's where we developed Recycl-IN, a plastic material made with recycled raw materials without sacrificing quality. Also find out how high-density polyethylene is used to transport energy from offshore wind turbines underground to end users. (video in French)
Episode 6: Currently, about a third of PVC waste is mechanically recycled in Europe. But for a proportion that is combined with other materials or contains certain additives, this cannot be done. At our R&D centre at INEOS Inovyn in Jemeppe-sur-Sambre, we are developing advanced technologies to enable the recycling of all PVC waste. At this site, we will also soon build the largest solar park in Wallonia.