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Propylene Oxide Manufacturing Facility - Europe

Maasvlakte, The Netherlands

Photo Caption: The Maasvlakte, Netherlands, plant is one of three facilities that LyondellBasell operates in the Rotterdam port area. It is the largest PO/SM plant in the world where propylene oxide (PO) and styrene monomer (SM) are produced based on the company’s unique PO/SM technology.

Olefins Manufacturing Facility - North America

Channelview, Texas, United States

Photo Caption: LyondellBasell is among the world’s largest producers of ethylene and propylene oxide. The Channelview complex is one of the largest petrochemical facilites along the U.S. Gulf Coast, covering an area of nearly 3,900 acres.

Polymers Manufacturing Facility - Europe

Wesseling, Germany

Photo Caption: The Wesseling, Germany, complex is LyondellBasell's largest manufacturing facility in Europe. Polyolefin products from this site are used to manufacture films, cable and pipe coatings, fuel tanks, injection moldings and household articles.

Polymers Manufacturing Facility - North America

Bayport, Texas, United States

Photo Caption: Polypropylene from LyondellBasell’s Bayport plant, Texas, is used by customers to produce consumer products such as food containers, medical syringes, carpeting and plastic components in vehicles.

Refinery - North America

Houston, Texas, United States

Photo Caption: LyondellBasell's Houston, Texas, refinery is among North America’s largest full-conversion refineries capable of processing significant quantities of heavy, high-sulfur crude oil.

La Porte Complex - North America

La Porte, Texas, United States

Photo Caption: The La Porte Complex is located on the Houston Ship Channel near the San Jacinto Monument. The site occupies approximately 550 acres and produces ethylene, propylene, linear low-density polyethylene and low-density polyethylene, as well as acetyls which are used to produce acetic acid and vinylacetate monomer (VAM).