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Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (Chevron Phillips Chemical) is one of the world's top producers of olefins and polyolefins and a leading supplier of aromatics, alpha olefins, styrenics, specialty chemicals, piping and proprietary plastics. The Cedar Bayou Plant is the largest of 30 manufacturing facilities owned by Chevron Phillips Chemical. The plant has reduced its energy consumption by approximately 11% over the past four years (based on MMBtu consumed per unit of production). For its efforts, the plant has received several awards including the Texas Chemical Council’s “Caring for Texas” award for 2001-2005.

 

Dow Chemical Company
Dow is a diversified chemical company that offers a broad range of innovative products and services to customers in more than 175 countries. The company operates seven chemical and materials manufacturing sites in southeast Texas. From 1994 to 2005, through a companywide focus on energy efficiency, Dow reduced its global energy intensity by 22%, exceeding an aggressive corporate goal and cumulatively saving more than 900 trillion Btu. In Texas, over the same period, Dow reduced its energy intensity by 22%, saving 175 trillion Btu. Dow has received a number of awards for energy efficiency, including the prestigious Alliance to Save Energy “Galaxy Star of Energy Efficiency” award in 2006.

 

ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil refineries and chemical plants consume an enormous amount of energy to produce their products. The energy bill is staggering—about $7.5 billion in 2005. The company's Global Energy Management System is a comprehensive management process designed to improve energy efficiency at more than 60 ExxonMobil plants worldwide. Globally, ExxonMobil estimates that total planned improvements will save the company approximately $1.5 billion per year. ExxonMobil recently received an Energy Star Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy for its Baytown Cogeneration project and the Industrial Energy Technology Award for its Global Energy Management System. In addition, ExxonMobil Chemical has received American Chemical Council Energy Awards in each year of the program including 30 awards over the last four years.

 

Rohm and Haas Texas Incorporated
Rohm and Haas is a specialty materials company that operates a network of more than 100 manufacturing, technical research, and customer service sites in more than 27 countries. Rohm and Haas Texas Incorporated is the company’s largest plant, occupying 900 acres along the Houston Ship Channel in Deer Park, TX. The myriad of specialty chemicals manufactured at the site include methyl methacrylate, acrylic acid, amines, and various acrylates. Since the inception of the facility's formal Energy Management Program in 1996, the plant has reduced energy intensity by 34%.

 

 

Sterling Chemical
Sterling Chemicals Inc. manufactures styrene, acetic acid, plasticizers, and other intermediate petrochemical products at their Texas City facility. The company formed an energy management team in 2005 as part of a new management initiative to increase profitability. Since that time, Sterling Chemicals has achieved over $2 million per year in energy savings by implementing energy management best practices, and the team has identified an additional $7-9 million in potential energy savings opportunities.

 

TX Petrochemicals
Texas Petrochemicals (TPC) LP specializes in producing C4 olefins and has the largest butadiene and butane-1 extraction capacity in North America. In 2004, TPC implemented a comprehensive energy management strategy at their Houston plant. This strategy reduced their plant-wide energy use by 6.2% in the first year. In the first half of 2006, the plant’s energy intensity decreased by an additional 11.6%. TPC received the 2006 Industrial Energy Technology Conference Energy Award and the 2005 American Chemistry Council Energy Efficiency Award for Exceptional Merit.

 

 

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