Welcome to the Channelview Complex of LyondellBasell Industries.
The Channelview Complex is one of the largest petrochemical facilities in the Gulf Coast with approximately 2,000 employees and contractors and covering an area of almost 3,900 acres. The Channelview complex consists of two fully integrated facilities: The north side of the complex features two worldscale olefins units which manufacture ethylene, propylene, butadiene and benzene for LyondellBasell's Equistar business. The south side of the complex uses the feedstocks produced at the north plant to make propylene oxide, styrene monomer and other derivatives. The chemical business of LyondellBasell creates the building blocks for consumer products such as clothing, packaging that protects our food from spoilage and contamination, construction and home building materials, automotive parts, household furnishings and bedding. LyondellBasell is among the world’s largest producers of ethylene and propylene oxide.
(Please note this number is provided for residents or nearby businesses to call if they have general questions regarding the Channelview Complex. It will go to voicemail which will be answered as quickly as possible. If your inquiry is more urgent you should use the telephone number given on our Contact Us page).
News:May 19, 2014
: Volunteers Revitalize Local Park Along Greens BayouEmployees and Friends Give Back on 15th Annual LyondellBasell Global Care Day
March 19, 2014: LyondellBasell wins 2013 Buddy Bayou Award:
Environmental Stewardship Praised by Local Organization
March 19, 2014: LyondellBasell Continues Support for Local Park:
Donation Provides Supplies for Sheldon Lake State Park
Community Advisory Panel to Lyondell and Equistar
No meetings in June or July. RSVP reminder will be sent in early August. Have a good summer!
Thursday, August 21, 2014
6:15 meeting starts – dinner and social time from 5:45-6:15 -- adjourn by 8:00 p.m.
LyondellBasell Service Center
Annual Report on Plant Emissions
- Plant will share Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) and Emissions Inventory data for 2013. Benzene and butadiene will be highlighted.
- After reviewing data, the plant will select a chemical of interest and do a Chemistry 101 lesson to describe its properties, uses, hazards, and how it is handled to reduce risk.
- All attendees will be encouraged to brainstorm meeting topics or activities for the coming year, then take part in a sticky-dot exercise to prioritize those they most want to cover in that timeframe.
- Members are encouraged to talk over the summer to others who live and work in the area and solicit their ideas for CAPLE meeting topics.
Questions or RSVPs: CAPLE facilitator Diane Sheridan at firstname.lastname@example.org (NEW) or 281-326-5253