Bryan Canfield

Total partners with Borealis and Nova in $1.7B ethane cracker project

Total announced Monday, March 27, that the company is entering into a partnership with Borealis and Nova to form a joint venture with the aim of building an ethane steam cracker at Total’s plant in Port Arthur and a new Borstar polyethylene unit in Bayport.
The joint venture is expected to be established in late 2017, according to a release by Total, and the final investment decision on the Borstar polyethylene plant will be made simultaneously.

TOTAL names new plant manager for Port Arthur refinery

Nigel Tranter, plant manager for Total Petrochemicals and Refining USA, Inc. Port Arthur Refinery has announced that he will take a new assignment in Paris and that Bryan Canfield, who previously worked at Total’s sites in Port Arthur, Dallas, and Big Spring from 1990 to 1999 and from 2002 to 2004 in Houston, will assume the position upon Tranter’s departure. The announcement was confirmed with Communications Advisor at TOTAL Melyssa Rodgers.