Texas Petrochemicals

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Headquarters Houston, TX
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

TPC Group makes the stuff that helps to make your car your car. The company manufactures building-block chemicals that are used as gasoline additives, go into tires, and make up carpet fibers. TPC's product line focuses on C4 hydrocarbons, including butadiene (for synthetic rubber), butene-1 (used in ethylene production), high-purity isobutylene (an intermediate for lube oils), and diisobutylene (an ingredient for surfactants). The company used to get about half its sales from the production of methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), a prominent oxygenate used in gasolines... More

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Texas Petrochemicals President, CEO, and Director Michael T. McDonnell

Michael T. McDonnell

President, CEO, and Director

Lot of potential for growth with current market trends.

  Current Production Engineer in Houston, TX

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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX Feb 2012 – Reviewed Apr 9, 2012

Interview Details – I initially did a phone interview with an HR-rep and the VP of Purchasing. Both seemed friendly at the time and quite determined to flll the position. However, when I showed up for the actual face to face interview, I was interviewed by four people, and the interview was more like elementary and…Full Interview

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