Inter Pipeline CEO: Delivering PE production with a lower carbon footpring

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Inter Pipeline CEO: Delivering PE production with a lower carbon footpring

InterPipeline's CEO, Todd Karran, discusses how the design of the company's new polyethylene (PE) plant Northern Alberta uses hydrogen internally, giving it a lower carbon footprint. Additionally, the new PE capacity is far away from the hurrican threats and suited to export to towards the east and west coasts, reaching more markets.

Learn more about how the chemical industry forges a path to carbon neutrality at the World Petrochemical Conference 2024

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