LYONDELL CHEMICAL COMPANY

  • Engineering District : Galveston
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Principal Commodity List : PROPYELENE OXIDE AND CRUDE BUTADIENE
  • Area of Operation : HOUSTON, TX TO CHARLESTON, WV VIA MISSISSIPPI, OHIO AND KANAWHA RIVERS; INTRA CHARLESTON, WV SHUTTLE VIA KANAWHA RIVER AND HOUSTON, TX TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TX VIA THE ICW
  • Vessels
    • Other Tank Barge : 9
    • Vessels List : CC, USL
  • Address
    P. O. BOX 4246 HOUSTON TX 77210-4246
  • Contact
    • Phone : 713-309-3801
P. O. BOX 4246 HOUSTON TX 77210-4246

Managed Vessels

CC

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Sided Only)
  • Construction : Steel

USL

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Sided Only)
  • Construction : Steel

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NYK Stolt Tankers, a joint venture between NYK and Dutch company Stolt Tankers, has signed a contract with Nantong Xiangyu Shipyard in China to build six parcel chemical tankers.The contract will strengthen NYK’s chemical tanker business, for which demand is expected to grow steadily, and deepen the partnership with Stolt Tankers, a leading player in the industry, the company said.

NYK Stolt Tankers Orders Six Chemical Tankers

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NYK Stolt Tankers, a joint venture between NYK Line and Stolt Tankers, has placed an order with Nantong Xiangyu Shipyard in China to build six 38,000 deadweight tonne stainless steel chemical tankers for delivery between late 2026 and 2029.The newbuilds will be sisters to a series of six vessels Stolt Tankers ordered at Wuhu Shipyard in November.

Maersk Says Containership En Route to Saudi Arabia was Targeted by Missile

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Danish shipping company A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Thursday its container ship Maersk Gibraltar was targeted by a missile while traveling from Salalah, Oman, to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and that the crew and vessel were reported safe.It was not immediately clear if the missile had struck the vessel or not.

Israeli-Linked Chemical Tanker Seized

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Unidentified armed individuals have seized a tanker carrying a cargo of phosphoric acid in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday, the vessel's managing company and a U.S. defence official said.The incident, involving the chemical tanker Central Park, is the latest in a series of attacks in Middle Eastern waters since a brutal war between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas broke out on October 7.

New Company Will Combine Crowley and SEACOR Jones Act Tank Vessel Fleets

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U.S. maritime companies Crowley and SEACOR Holdings' Seabulk Tankers have created a new joint venture that combines their liquid energy and chemical transportation vessels, operations and related services into a new, independent U.S. Jones Act service provider.The new company, Fairwater Holdings, will serve the U.S.

MOL Chemical Tankers to Acquire Fairfield Chemical Carriers

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MOL Chemical Tankers has reached a deal to acquire the business of Fairfield-Maxwells' Fairfield Chemical Carriers in an all-cash transaction.Under the agreement, MOL Chemical Tankers would obtain 100% of the shares in Fairfield Chemical Carriers for about $400 million, subject to change depending on the price adjustment under the share purchase agreement.

Shipowners, Port Operators Ramp Up Methanol-fueling Projects

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Bunker Fuel Contamination Hits US Gulf Coast

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Tanker Crew Members Rescued More Than Five weeks After Gulf of Guinea Pirate Attack

Six crew members who were kidnapped by pirates from a Danish-owned ship in the Gulf of Guinea in late March have been rescued from an undisclosed location in Nigeria, the vessel's owner said on Monday.The Liberian-flagged oil and chemical tanker Monjasa Reformer with 16 crew members was hijacked on March 25 by five armed assailants some 140 miles west of the Republic of Congo's Port Pointe-Noire.

Gulf of Guinea Tanker Hijacking: Pirates Abandon Ship, Take Some Crew Members with Them

Pirates have abandoned a Danish-owned ship that was hijacked in the Gulf of Guinea last week, and have taken some crew members with them, while others have been brought to safety, the vessel's owner said on Friday.The Liberian-flagged oil and chemical tanker Monjasa Reformer with 16 crew members was boarded by five armed people 140 miles west of the Republic of Congo's Port Pointe-Noire

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A Danish-owned vessel that was boarded by pirates in the Gulf of Guinea on Saturday was spotted about 540 miles further off shore on Tuesday, according to a maritime cooperation centre monitoring security in the area.The Liberian-flagged oil and chemical tanker Monjasa Reformer was boarded by five armed people some 140 miles west of the Republic of Congo's Port Pointe-Noire.

Pirates Board Danish-owned Ship in Gulf of Guinea

Pirates have attacked and boarded a Danish-owned ship in the Gulf of Guinea and all communications channels with the vessel are down, a spokesperson for shipping company Monjasa said on Tuesday.All 16 crew members sought refuge in a safe room onboard the Monjasa Reformer vessel, the spokesperson said.