YPF QUÍMICA


YPF QUÍMICA is a leading company in the production of chemicals in Argentina. We produce, market and distribute petrochemical products for the chemical, industrial and agricultural markets in Argentina and in more than 20 countries, including the US and Europe. We have an annual production of more than 2.2 million tons (t/y), with three industrial complexes in Argentina: CIE - Ensenada Industrial Complex (950,000 t/y) located next to the YPF Refinery; CILC - Luján de Cuyo Industrial Complex (90,000 t/y), in Mendoza and CIPH - Plaza Huincul Industrial Complex (411,000 t/y), in Neuquén near Vaca Muerta. In addition, the fertilizer unit in Bahía Blanca (Profertil, a 50-50 joint venture with Nutrient), which produces more than 1 million t/y of urea. Among our products the following stand out: Aromatic, alicyclic and aliphatic solvents; Olefins, Methanol, and specialties such as PIB, LAS, LAB, Maleic Anhydride and other developments for the Upstream. At YPF QUÍMICA, we seek, through the technology and intelligence of our team, to generate products that positively transform people's lives. To create a vibrant, clean, sustainable world, connected to the future.

Highlights


N° 1 in chemical production in Argentina

Production Capacity 2.2 million tons per year

+200 Active Clients

Present in more than 20 countries

Office Locations


Macacha Güemes 515, Buenos Aires | Argentina

Con. General Vergara km 2,7, Ensenada, Buenos Aires | Argentina

Fábio Eduardo Ramos Esquivel, 2746, São Paulo | Brasil

Industrial Complexes


Ensenada, Buenos Aires | Argentina

Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires | Argentina

Plaza Huincul, Neuquén | Argentina

Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza | Argentina

Steps to Sustainability


YPF QUÍMICA is committed to Responsible Care® – the global chemical industry's voluntary initiative to drive continuous improvement in safe chemicals management and achieve excellence in environmental, health, safety and security performance.

In 2022, we will launch an annual Sustainability Report, publishing the progress made by YPF’s chemical business in this area, as well as the key challenges moving forward.

Developing a project linked to the chemical recycling of residual plastics.

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