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Enterprise's Texas PDH plant to shut down for turnaround in February: sources

Houston — Enterprise Product Partners' propane dehydrogenation (PDH) unit in Mont Belvieu, Texas, will be offline for a turnaround in February, US olefin market participants said Jan. 13.

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Sources said the PDH unit will go offline for scheduled maintenance on Feb. 1 for approximately six weeks.

Enterprise was not immediately available to comment on operations Jan. 13.

The turnaround could further tighten supply and push polymer-grade propylene prices higher, currently at a 29-month high, according to S&P Global Platts data. Platts assessed spot polymer-grade propylene at 59.75 cents/lb FD USG on Jan. 13.