Olefin Products


http://static.seekingalpha.com/wp-content/seekingalpha/images/chemicalplant.jpgOlefins are a class of unsaturated hydrocarbons including at least one carbon-carbon double bond. The two most important olefins are ethylene and propylene, as they form the backbone of the petrochemicals market. The highly reactive double bond makes the olefin molecule ideal for conversion to many useful end products. Most uses of these compounds involve reactions of the double bond with other chemical agents. The majority of olefins capacity is consumed in the production of polymers used for plastics (i.e. polyethylene and polypropylene). Ethylene dichloride, ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, oxo alcohol, polystyrene, and acrylonitrile are other important olefins-based petrochemicals. Our olefin products include Ethylene, Propylene, C4 Cut, Pyrolysis Gasoline and Fuel Oil. 



(C3H6), also called propene, is a colorless, flammable, gaseous hydrocarbon, obtained from low molecular weight constituents of petroleum.

C4 Cut


C4 Cut is produced in ethylene production planets by steam cracking of naphtha. It is a mixture of C4 hydrocarbons mainly 1,3-butadiene, 2-methylpropene (isobutylene) and butanes.

Pyrolysis Gasoline


Pyrolysis gasoline is a naphtha-range product with high aromatic content used either for gasoline blending or as a feedstock for aromatic plants.

Fuel Oil


Fuel oil product is the residual from crude oil after the light oils, gasoline, naphtha and distillate fuels have been fractioned off. It is a heavy hydrocarbon cut rich in (poly) aromatic components.