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This is Huntsman O and O at our Port Neches Facility. The PO/MTBE Unit in the Huntsman Plant in Port Neches is currently shut down to conduct a scheduled maintenance turnaround. Various pieces of equipment, tanks, and vessels are being properly and safely prepared for maintenance. Although some odors may be noticeable, Huntsman has and continues to monitor the plant perimeter and has not detected any chemicals. Huntsman will make every effort to minimize odors. Huntsman will update if anything changes.

9:19pm

January

30

This is Huntsman O and O at our Port Neches Facility. The PO/MTBE Unit in the Huntsman Plant in Port Neches is currently shut down to conduct a scheduled maintenance turnaround. Various pieces of equipment, tanks, and vessels are being properly and safely prepared for maintenance. Although some odors may be noticeable, Huntsman has and continues to monitor the plant perimeter and has not detected any chemicals. Huntsman will make every effort to minimize odors. Huntsman will update if anything changes.

9:18pm

January

30

This is Steve Curran Port Neches Fire Chief with a message from the POMTBE Unit in the Huntsman Plant in Port Neches. The unti is currently shutdown to contuct a scheduled maintenance turnaround. Various pieces of equipment tanks and vessels are being properly and safely prepared for maintenance. Although some odors may be noticeable Huntsman has and continues to monitor the plant perimeter and has not detected any chemicals. Huntsman will update if anything changes. Thanks.

9:00pm

January

30

This is Steve Curran Port Neches Fire Chief with a message from the POMTBE Unit in the Huntsman Plant in Port Neches. The unti is currently shutdown to contuct a scheduled maintenance turnaround. Various pieces of equipment tanks and vessels are being properly and safely prepared for maintenance. Although some odors may be noticeable Huntsman has and continues to monitor the plant perimeter and has not detected any chemicals. Huntsman will update if anything changes. Thanks.

8:59pm

January

30

This is Huntsman O and O at our Port Neches Facility. This is Huntsman O and O at our Port Neches Facility. We will begin maintenance activity on 1/27/2015 at 16:00 resulting in increased activity and flaring through our PO/MTBE ground flare, not typical of normal operations. Flares are safety devices that allow us to safely burn excess gasses. No action needed. We anticipate flaring to subside by 2/1/2015.

8:39am

January

30

Traffic Conditions

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Posted: 20h ago

All lanes of IH10@SH12, including the service road, are now open following an early morning acccident

Posted: 20h ago

IH10 at Brooks Rd. in Beaumont is now open following an accident reenactment by Bmt PD

Posted: 22h ago

Traffic @ IH10 westbound at SH12 accident is backed an estimated 3-4 miles. Use an alternate route if possible

Posted: 22h ago

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

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