ethane


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eth·ane

(eth'ān),
CH3CH3; a constituent of natural and "bottled" gases.

ethane

ethylene

eth·ane

(eth'ān)
Constituent of natural and "bottled" gases.

ethane

(eth´ān),
n a constituent of natural and “bottled” gases.
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The report focuses on global major leading industry players of ethane market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information.
Shell is to take propane and ethane from its Pearl GTL venture to feed the cracker and downstream units.
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Conventional sources of ethane will continue to be an important and significant source for the foreseeable future.
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Swiss-based chemical company Ineos has inked a deal to supply subsidiaries of ExxonMobil and Shell in Scotland with ethane sourced from U.
NGL-3, or North Field Gas Plant (NFGP), came on stream several years later to fill the gap in Qatar's need of ethane as feedstock for the ethylene complex at Messai'eed and methane feedstock for the fertiliser complex at the same zone, as well as to produce LPG and NGL for export.