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With Project ONE, INEOS will bring one of Europe’s most innovative olefin complexes to the port of Antwerp. We are going to produce ethylene, a chemical building block for all kinds of sustainable and vital applications. Project ONE will boost European chemistry and local prosperity.

  • 19 April 2023 | #TreasuresofModernChemistry

    Ethylene
    the biggest supporter of your athletic shoe

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  • 23 March 2023 | #RealImpact

    Interview with founder and chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe at the ‘Vooruitblik 2023’ event by Voka – Kamer van Koophandel Antwerpen-Waasland

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  • 28 April 2022 | #Weareone

    Impact on the whole chemical industry

    Dries De Keyser (23) is one of five process operators who will be staying in Cologne for two years to become an expert in cracking processes.

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  • 23 March 2022 | #Weareone

    Much-needed innovation in chemistry

    As Lead Process Engineer, Jonas Byns contributes to the technical heart of Project ONE: the ethane cracker.

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  • 22 March 2022 | #Weareone

    An ambitious installation at the highest level

    As an Operations Representative, Michel Machielsen ensures that all parts of the installation are perfectly coordinated within Project ONE.

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  • 22 March 2022 | #Weareone

    Ruling out risks before construction starts

    Neeraja Vallabhapurapu, as Control and Automation Engineer for Project ONE, wants to make life easier for operators.

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  • 2 December 2021 | #RealImpact

    Project ONE will deliver the ethane cracker with the lowest carbon footprint in Europe

    With Project ONE, INEOS is building a ground-breaking steam cracker in Antwerp.

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  • 6 July 2021

    Port of antwerp gets the most energy-efficient ethane cracker in Europe

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  • A high-grade network beneath our feet: behind the scenes at INEOS & Pipelife

    Walking through the city, do you ever think about the thousands of kilometers of pipes and conduits under your feet that provide water, gas, energy and communication? Invisible but highly ...

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