Hanwha Total Petrochemical

Hanwha Total Petrochemical, founded in 1988, has played a leading role in the development of the Korean petrochemical industry through continuous technological innovation and global market expansion. In 2003, Hanwha Total Petrochemical established the foundations for growth into a global energy and chemical company by forming a joint venture with Total Group, a French global energy and chemical company. It was newly integrated as an affiliate of Hanwha Group in 2015 and plays a pivotal role as Korea's largest chemical company.

Hanwha Total Petrochemical

Hanwha Total Petrochemical operates a large-scale energy and petrochemical complex composed of 15 separate plants in the Daesan Petrochemical Complex in Korea, that manufactures a wide variety of petrochemical products including base chemicals such as ethylene and propylen, compounds such as SM (Stylene Monomer) and PX (Para-xylene), and petrochemical products such as PE (Polyethylene) and PP (Polypropylene) that are used to manufacture a wide range of consumer products.
Hanwha Total Petrochemical registered as a refining company in 2010 and successfully completed a facility expansion in 2014 that added a second aromatics plant and a CFU (Condensate Fractionation Unit), enabling the company to establish a solid foundation for producing a variety of energy products including gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, fuel oil and LPG and further cement Hanwha Total Petrochemical's stature as a general energy and chemical company.

Hanwha Total Petrochemical plans to continue reinforcing its global competitive capabilities by maximizing synergy with other petrochemical subsidiaries in the Hanwha Group.

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