Sasol Pushes Ahead with More Costly Louisiana Chemical Complex

"A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking real money" is a quote questionably attributed to the late U.S.…

Chemicals | Ethylene | Polyethylene | sasol | Exports | Lake Charles

William Ploch

Fri May 24 2019

Energy Week Takeaway: South Korea Eyes U.S. LNG Development

As President Donald Trump calls for a new era of U.S. energy dominance, South Korea energy companies have announced a slew of memorandum of…

South Korea | LNG | Energy Week | Lake Charles

Industrial Info

Fri Jun 30 2017

Phillips 66 Experiences Fire At Lake Charles Refinery

Phillips 66 experienced a heater fire today, August 15, 2016, on its 15,000 b/d Premium Coker unit at its 242,000 b/d…

Refinery | Coker Unit | Phillips 66 | Lake Charles

Industrial Info

Mon Aug 15 2016

Sasol Pushes Ahead with More Costly Louisiana Chemical Complex

"A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking real money" is a quote questionably attributed to the late U.S. Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen of Illinois. Even so, it still resonates with regard to Sasol Limited's (NYSE:SSL) (Johannesburg, South Africa) announcement on Wednesday that its Lake Charles Chemical Project (LCCP) in Louisiana may cost »

Energy Week Takeaway: South Korea Eyes U.S. LNG Development

As President Donald Trump calls for a new era of U.S. energy dominance, South Korea energy companies have announced a slew of memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreements to promote the development and export of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG). As part of the administration’s Energy Week events, Trump said the “golden era of American energy” is under »

Phillips 66 Experiences Fire At Lake Charles Refinery

Phillips 66 experienced a heater fire today, August 15, 2016, on its 15,000 b/d Premium Coker unit at its 242,000 b/d Westlake, Louisiana, Lake Charles refinery. Investigations are underway to determine the cause of the fire and extent of damages. IIR continues to monitor the situation for updates. For more information, please subscribe to the Industrial »