Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical is a comprehensive chemical and energy company that produces high value-added chemical and energy products. Since its founding in 1988, Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical has led the growth of the petrochemical business in South Korea through technological innovations and by executing its market expansion strategy successfully.
In 2003, Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical set out to build a foundation to become a global chemical and energy company. The company executed this plan by forming a joint venture with the Total Group, a major French company in the energy and chemical industry.
The product portfolio of Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical includes basic chemicals, such as ethylene, propylene, and butadiene. Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical also produces base chemicals like styrene monomer, paraxylene, and ethylene glycol. With 18 plant units in the Daesan Petrochemical Complex, the company is able to produce a wide range of products from those needed for energy, such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and liquefied petroleum gas, to polymers that are used in feedstock materials, such as polyethylene and propylene.
Hanwha TotalEnergies Petrochemical now produce 1.53 million tons of ethylene, 2 million tons of paraxylene, 1 million tons of styrene monomer, 1.1 million tons of polyethylene, and 1.1 million tons of polypropylene annually.
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