Honeywell's UOP C 3 Oleflex process is a propane dehydrogenation (PDH) process to convert propane to propylene. The majority of the operating and licensed PDH units in the world utilize the Oleflex process.
Since the Oleflex technology was commercialized in 1990, Honeywell's UOP has commissioned nine C
Oleflex units for on-purpose propylene production and six C
Oleflex units for on-purpose isobutylene production.
Since 2011, Honeywell's UOP has announced 13 new Oleflex units across
's first combined C
Oleflex unit and the first two C
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