Petrochem Industries (PCI) Pty Ltd

Petrochem Industries, or PCI, is a well established Engineering Design and Project Management Consultancy that has been trading since the early 1990s. Our diverse portfolio includes engineering and drafting services across the Petrochemical, Oil & Gas, Energy and Mining Sectors.

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SASOL CONFIRMS INCIDENT AT LAKE CHARLES CHEMICALS PROJECT (LCCP) LOW-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE UNIT

PR Newswire | January 14, 2020

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The new LDPE unit had not yet achieved beneficial operation (BO) as planned for in December 2019. The unit was in the final stages of commissioning and startup when the incident occurred. The unit has been shut down and an investigation is underway to determine the cause of the incident, the extent of the damage and resulting impact on the LDPE unit's BO schedule. All other Lake Charles units and previously commissioned LCCP units, namely the ethane cracker, ethylene glycol/ethylene oxide an...

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N.J. DEP’S PFAS DIRECTIVE TO CHEMICAL COMPANIES WILL TAKE ‘YEARS’ TO RESOLVE

WHYY | January 21, 2020

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The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will take “years” to resolve its dispute with five chemical companies which it has accused of contaminating many areas of New Jersey with toxic PFAS chemicals. Some nine months after issuing a strongly worded “Directive” to the companies to test, treat and remove the chemicals from soil and water around their facilities, the DEP issued a statement on Jan. 17 in response to a question from NJ Spotlight on why it had ...

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LONG-AWAITED CHEMICAL SAFETY RULE FINALIZED

Business Insurance | February 10, 2020

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The federal Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board on Wednesday released its new rule that requires an owner or operator of a chemical facility to report any accidental chemical releases to the board for investigation. The long-awaited rule, which follows a process that began in 2004 when the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general called for the board to create incident reporting requirements, will ensure that the “CSB receives rapid, accurate reports of any acci...

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DOW CHEMICAL CONVERTS SOME SOUTH CHARLESTON OPERATIONS TO MAKE HAND SANITIZER

WOWK-TV | March 31, 2020

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Dow Chemical is converting some operations at its South Charleston plant to making hand sanitizer. The company says the South Charleston plant is one of two in the US to convert to increased production of sanitizer – with two other plants in Belgium and Brazil being converted as well. Dow does not typically produce hand sanitizer, but a large portion of the required raw materials are readily available at its sites. “We are proud to put our global assets to work to help ...

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SASOL CONFIRMS INCIDENT AT LAKE CHARLES CHEMICALS PROJECT (LCCP) LOW-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE UNIT

PR Newswire | January 14, 2020

The new LDPE unit had not yet achieved beneficial operation (BO) as planned for in December 2019. The unit was in the final stages of commissioning and startup when the incident occurred. The unit has been shut down and an investigation is underway to determine the cause of the incident, the extent of the damage and resulting impact on the LDPE unit's BO schedule. All other Lake Charles units and previously commissioned LCCP units, namely the ethane cracker, ethylene glycol/ethylene oxide an...

Read More
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N.J. DEP’S PFAS DIRECTIVE TO CHEMICAL COMPANIES WILL TAKE ‘YEARS’ TO RESOLVE

WHYY | January 21, 2020

The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will take “years” to resolve its dispute with five chemical companies which it has accused of contaminating many areas of New Jersey with toxic PFAS chemicals. Some nine months after issuing a strongly worded “Directive” to the companies to test, treat and remove the chemicals from soil and water around their facilities, the DEP issued a statement on Jan. 17 in response to a question from NJ Spotlight on why it had ...

Read More
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LONG-AWAITED CHEMICAL SAFETY RULE FINALIZED

Business Insurance | February 10, 2020

The federal Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board on Wednesday released its new rule that requires an owner or operator of a chemical facility to report any accidental chemical releases to the board for investigation. The long-awaited rule, which follows a process that began in 2004 when the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general called for the board to create incident reporting requirements, will ensure that the “CSB receives rapid, accurate reports of any acci...

Read More
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DOW CHEMICAL CONVERTS SOME SOUTH CHARLESTON OPERATIONS TO MAKE HAND SANITIZER

WOWK-TV | March 31, 2020

Dow Chemical is converting some operations at its South Charleston plant to making hand sanitizer. The company says the South Charleston plant is one of two in the US to convert to increased production of sanitizer – with two other plants in Belgium and Brazil being converted as well. Dow does not typically produce hand sanitizer, but a large portion of the required raw materials are readily available at its sites. “We are proud to put our global assets to work to help ...

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