On average in the EU, 31kg of plastic packaging waste is produced per person...
- From harmful gas to essential fuel: The evolution of CO₂ recycling
- Afton Chemical completes second phase expansion in Singapore
- August’s top news stories
- October’s top stories: Clariant’s polypropylene catalyst plant, Celanese to buy SO.F.TER Group
- September’s top stories: Fluor finishes BASF works, Lanxess to buy Chemtura
Tecnimont-led consortium wins €1.2bn petrochemical contract in Russia
A consortium led by Tecnimont has secured nearly €1.2bn contract from Sibur Holding subsidiary Amur GCC to support the petrochemical development of the Amur Gas Chemical Complex (AGCC) in Russia.
Hillenbrand to sell Cimcool business to DuBois Chemicals
Indiana-based Hillenbrand’s fully owned subsidiary Milacron Holdings has signed an agreement to sell its Cimcool business to DuBois Chemicals for $224m.
From harmful gas to essential fuel: The evolution of CO₂ recycling
On average in the EU, 31kg of plastic packaging waste is produced per person each year, adding up to 15.8 million tonnes annually.
July’s top news stories
Chevron Phillips Chemical and Qatar Petroleum have signed an agreement to jointly develop a new petrochemical plant in the US Gulf Coast region, Synthomer has signed a $824m agreement to acquire Omnova Solutions. Chemicals Technology wraps-up the top news stories from July 2019.
Chevron Phillips Chemical and QP to build petrochemical site in Qatar
Chevron Phillips Chemical and Qatar Petroleum (QP) have signed an agreement to develop, construct and operate a petrochemicals complex in Qatar.
March’s top news stories
Saudi Aramco is set to acquire a 70% stake in SABIC from the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia for $69.1bn, ICCA reported that the chemical industry contributes nearly $5.7tn to the global GDP. Chemicals Technology wraps-up the top news stories from March 2019.
Borouge awards WorleyParsons PMC for Ruwais petrochemical complex
The Borouge joint venture between Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Borealis has awarded a contract to WorleyParsons for the Ruwais petrochemical complex.