Shell Pennsylvania Chemical

| Monaca PA | Shell Chemical Appalachia | Pennsylvania Chemicals

Project background

The plant will use low-cost ethane from shale gas producers in the Marcellus and Utica basins to produce 1.6 million tonnes of polyethylene each year. Polyethylene is used in many everyday products, from food packaging and containers to automotive components.

The facility will be built on the banks of the Ohio River in Potter Township, Beaver County, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) north-west of Pittsburgh.

Scope of Supply

PJ Piping secured 5.7 million in orders over 2 years supplying a wide range of materials from stainless 304/316, carbon steel and chrome moly P91 pipe to an underground conduit. Materials were in accordance with Shell’s MESC specification. PJ Piping supplied sizes up to 66” which included a custom-made lateral tee as shown here at PJ piping. (ADD PICTURE)

  • Custom products
  • Site support
  • MESC compliant

Outcome

PJ Piping continue to support Shell Pennsylvania Chemicals complex. We have successfully delivered all purchase orders and are trusted by the EPC contractor and operator. We remain flexible and willing to provide value added services to the project during challenging times such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Relevant products

PJ Piping’s comprehensive range of precision engineered pipe, fittings and flanges.

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