Chevron Phillips Chemical

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Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC
Private
Industry Petrochemical
Founded 2000
Headquarters Headquarters: The Woodlands, TX, USA
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Peter L. Cella
(President and CEO)
Products Aromatics, Drilling Specialties, K-Resin® SBC, Normal Alpha Olefins, Olefins, Polyalphaoelfins, Polyethylene, Specialty Chemicals
Revenue Increase $ 8.406 billion (2009)
Increase $ 623 million (2009)
Increase $ 615 million (2009)
Total assets Increase $ 7.418 billion (2009)
Total equity Increase $ 4.684 billion (2009)
Number of employees
4,600 (July 2010)
Parent Chevron Corp. and Phillips 66
Website cpchem.com

Chevron Phillips is a chemical producer jointly owned by Chevron Corporation and Phillips 66. The company was formed July 1, 2000 by merging the chemicals operations of both Chevron Corporation and Phillips Petroleum Company. A 50/50 venture, the company continues to be governed by a board of directors composed of two members from each of the parent companies. The company was actually named in a coin toss to determine which parent company name would be first and which would be last.[1]

Chevron Phillips is headquartered at 10001 Six Pines Drive in The Woodlands, Texas (a northern suburb of Houston), and is a major producer of ethylene, propylene, polyethylene, polypropylene, K-Resin(r) SBC, Ryton Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), Alpha-olefins, Polyalphaolefins, aromatic compounds and a range of specialty chemicals.

The company has 4,600 employees worldwide, $7 billion in assets, and 35 manufacturing and research facilities in 9 countries.[2]

Worldwide Operations[edit]

Chevron Phillips Chemical, with its joint venture partners, currently has 36 production facilities located in the United States, Belgium, China, Colombia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and South Korea.[3]

U.S. Operations[edit]

Chevron Phillips Chemical has 24 facilities in 13 U.S. states.[4]

California[edit]

Torrance, CA[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Polystyrene.

Connecticut[edit]

Allyn's Point, CT[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Polystyrene

Illinois[edit]

Joliet, IL[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Polystyrene

Iowa[edit]

Bloomfield, IA[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Kentucky[edit]

Williamstown, KY[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Louisiana[edit]

St. James, LA[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Styrene Monomer.

Maryland[edit]

Hagerstown, MD[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Mississippi[edit]

Pascagoula, MI[edit]

Facility name: Chevron Phillips Chemical Company owns several chemical production units within the Chevron Corporation Pascagoula Refinery. Products Produced: Benzene and Paraxylene.

Nevada[edit]

Reno, NV[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Oklahoma[edit]

Pryor, OK[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Ohio[edit]

Hanging Rock, OH[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Polystyrene.

Marietta, OH[edit]

Facility name: Americas Styrenics - 50% JV. Products Produced: Polystyrene high-impact (HIP) and crystal.

Tenessee[edit]

Knoxville, TN[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Texas[edit]

Baytown, TX[edit]

Facility name: Cedar Bayou plant. Products Produced: Ethylene, Propylene, Normal Alpha Olefins (NAO), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE), Polyalphaolefins.

Borger, TX[edit]

Facility name: Borger Plant. Products Produced: Organosulfer chemicals, high-purity hydrocarbons and solvents, performance and reference fuels, mining chemicals, Ryton(r) PPS.

Brownwood, TX[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

Conroe, TX[edit]

Facility name: Drilling Specialties Alamo Plant. Products Produced: Soltex(r) Drilling Mud Additive, Liquid Soltex(r) Drilling Mud Additive.

La Porte, TX[edit]

Facility name: La Porte Engineering Polymers Compounding Plant. Products Produced: Ryton(r) Polypheneylene Sulfide (PPS).

Old Ocean, TX[edit]

Facility name: Sweeny Chemical & NGL Fractionation. Products Produced: Ethylene, Propylene.

Orange, TX[edit]

Facility name: Orange Chemical Plant. Products Produced: High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Gas Phase Unit, High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)Particle Form C Loop, Oxygen Scavenging Polymer.

Pasadena, TX[edit]

Facility name: Pasadena Plastics Complex. Products Produced: High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), K-RESIN(r) SBC.

Plano, TX[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Division Headquarters

Port Arthur, TX[edit]

Facility name: Port Arthur Plant. Products Produced: Ethylene, Propylene, Cyclohexane.

The Woodlands, TX[edit]

Facility name: Chevron Phillips Chemical Company's Global Headquarters.

South Carolina[edit]

Startex, SC[edit]

Facility name: Performance Pipe Plant. Products Produced: High and medium density polyethylene DriscoPlex(r).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coin toss decides company name". The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. 2000-04-18. Retrieved 2008-03-07. 
  2. ^ "Worldwide Operations". cpchem.com. Retrieved 2010-07-21. 
  3. ^ "Worldwide Operations". cpchem.com. Retrieved 2010-07-21. 
  4. ^ "Worldwide Operations". cpchem.com. Retrieved 2010-07-21. 

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