Chevron Phillips Chemical signs $14 million automation contract

Chevron Phillips Chemical, a 50/50 joint venture between Houston-based Chevron and Phillips Petroleum, recently signed a $14-million Total Plant System (TPS) agreement with Honeywell Industrial Controls for its olefins and aromatics plant in Port Arthur, Tex. Components included in the TPS agreement include Global User Stations for operator interface, High Performance...

By Staff February 1, 2001

Chevron Phillips Chemical, a 50/50 joint venture between Houston-based Chevron and Phillips Petroleum, recently signed a $14-million Total Plant System (TPS) agreement with Honeywell Industrial Controls for its olefins and aromatics plant in Port Arthur, Tex. Components included in the TPS agreement include Global User Stations for operator interface, High Performance Process Manager controllers, and a Uniformance plant information system. TPS services include control system design, engineering, construction, and third-party system integration.