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February 10, 2016 6:03 PM ET


Company Overview of UOP LLC

Company Overview

UOP LLC manufactures catalysts and adsorbents. It also supplies and licenses process technology, equipment, and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical, and gas processing industries. The company provides catalysts for applications, including hydrocracking, hydrotreating, reforming, isomerization, merox treating, aromatics, olefins, and detergents; and adsorbents for refining, natural gas, petrochemicals, air separation, nuclear waste remediation, windows, coatings, sealants and adhesives, refrigerants, medical oxygen, and ethanol. It also offers callidus combustion, heat transfer and distillation, hydrogen purification, FCC, gas processing, modular units, specialty cont...

25 East Algonquin Road

Building A

P.O. Box 5017

Des Plaines, IL 60017-5017

United States

Founded in 1914





Key Executives for UOP LLC

Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Finance
Senior Vice President of Process Technology & Equipment Business Unit and General Manager of Process Technology and Equipment
Senior Vice President of Gas Processing & Hydrogen Business Unit and General Manager for Natural Gas & Hydrogen
Vice President of Research and Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

UOP LLC Key Developments

Honeywell UOP wins Contract for $500 Million Project to Separate LPG from Natural Gas

PetroVietnam subsidiary PV Gas plans to build a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) unit at Ca Mau near the southern tip of Vietnam. Honeywell UOP won a contract for the $500 million project to separate LPG from natural gas. As part of the contract, Honeywell will supply a 250m standard cubic feet/day (mmscfd) modular gas processing plant and advanced automation systems to PV Gas. The plant is expected to begin production in 2017. LPG is used as a fuel for heating and transportation, and it is used to manufacture plastics and synthetic rubber. In Asia, LPG demand is expected to grow at about 8.5% year through 2020. State-owned PetroVietnam is responsible for the country's oil and gas resources, acting as the primary operator and regulator. Its PV Gas subsidiary is Vietnam's primary gas provider. The country meets about 55% of its LPG demand from local production. Honeywell UOP has worked with PetroVietnam for more than 20 years in refining and petrochemicals, and this project will help Vietnam meet its growing energy demands.

Shandong Luqing Selects Honeywell UOP Technology to Start New Production Unit

UOP LLC has announced that Shandong Luqing Petrochemical Co. has started up a new production unit in just 20 months, leveraging Honeywell UOP technology. Located in Shandong Province on China's East Coast, the new unit will use Honeywell UOP's C4 Oleflex process to produce 170,000 metric tons per year of isobutylene, a key ingredient for making high-octane fuel and synthetic rubber used in tires, healthcare supplies and other consumer products. In addition to licensing, UOP provided the engineering design, catalysts, adsorbents, equipment, staff training and technical service for the project. The C4 Oleflex process uses catalytic dehydrogenation to convert isobutane to isobutylene. The technology consistently delivers superior performance due to its high reliability, low energy usage, high isobutylene yields, and a fully recyclable platinum alumina-based catalyst system using proven continuous catalyst regeneration (CCR) technology.

UOP LLC Announces Start of Second Russell Modular Gas Processing Plant

UOP LLC announced that a new UOP Russell modular gas processing plant in northern Louisiana has begun processing rich natural gas and recovering valuable natural gas liquids (NGLs). This is the second turnkey UOP Russell plant commissioned by PennTex Midstream Partners, LP, capable of processing 200 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) of natural gas. PennTex's first UOP Russell gas plant began operation in May 2015. For both PennTex projects, Honeywell UOP supplied and installed modular cryogenic, dehydration, acid gas removal, and inlet/residue compression units, along with the control system, the flare system and site electrical equipment. Honeywell UOP also provided site utility systems and buildings for office, control room, motor control center and compressors.

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