A Rs60bn ($1.11bn) petrochemical complex owned by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) in...
- Encina and Flint Hills to manufacture chemicals from waste plastic
- India inaugurates BPCL’s $1.1bn petrochemical complex in Kochi
- Linde commissions two ASUs to supply gas to Wanhua Chemical Group
- India’s Eternis Fine Chemicals acquires Tennants Fine Chemicals
- Nigeria to build $3bn methanol processing plant
Encina and Flint Hills to manufacture chemicals from waste plastic
Encina Development Group and Flint Hills Resources, a Koch Industries company, have signed a non-binding term sheet for manufacturing renewable chemicals and fuels from waste plastic.
India inaugurates BPCL’s $1.1bn petrochemical complex in Kochi
A Rs60bn ($1.11bn) petrochemical complex owned by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) in the South Indian city of Kochi was inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Linde commissions two ASUs to supply gas to Wanhua Chemical Group
Industrial gases and engineering company Linde has commissioned two air separation units (ASU) to supply gaseous oxygen and nitrogen to isocyanate producer Wanhua Chemical Group in China.
India’s Eternis Fine Chemicals acquires Tennants Fine Chemicals
Eternis Fine Chemicals, an India-based aromatic chemical manufacturer, has acquired a 100% stake in UK-based Tennants Fine Chemicals from Tennants Consolidated.
Shell to acquire stake in Enerkem’s renewable chemicals and biofuels plant
Oil and gas company Shell has agreed to acquire a 40% stake in Enerkem’s proposed chemicals and biofuels plant in Varennes, Québec, Canada.
NextChem and JFE Engineering sign deal for low carbon chemical products
Maire Tecnimont Group subsidiary NextChem and JFE Engineering Corporation have signed a commercial agreement for the production of low carbon chemical products.
INEOS Styrolution starts construction of new ABS facility in China
Germany-based styrenics supplier INEOS Styrolution has held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plant in Ningbo, China.
Top ten chemical companies in the world
Weaker global economic activity in 2019 followed by the COVID-19 outbreak has significantly impacted the chemicals industry and associated sectors, leading to declining in revenues of the majority of the top chemical companies in the world. Chemicals Technology lists the top ten chemical companies in the world, based on their revenues in 2019.
Wacker Chemie to receive EIB loan for research and development efforts
German speciality chemicals company Wacker Chemie is set to receive €290m loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) for its research and development efforts.