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S&P Global | March 25, 2020
While chemical manufacturing is among sectors deemed critical to combat the spread of the coronavirus, markets continue to face serious challenges as end-users step back and cancel or postpone orders, unable to gauge demand in the coming weeks and months amid increasing stay-at-home orders throughout the Americas. Some polymer markets are showing the strain, as export markets want less US polyvinyl chloride, a construction staple and key economic indicator, and US prices for polyethylene terepht...
Advanced | December 30, 2020
Saudi-based Advanced Petrochemical Company, a vital maker of polypropylene items, said its auxiliary, Advanced Global Investment Company (AGIC), has closed down take arrangements for the offer of polypropylene with two US-based gatherings - Vinmar International and Tricon Dry Chemicals - and Mitsubishi Corporation of Japan, said Chemweek.
According to the drawn out arrangement, AGIC will supply 250,000 metric tons for every annum of polypropylene each to Vinmar and Tricon Dry Chem...
Prnewswire | September 29, 2020
Today, Transform Materials does just that – transforming the petrochemical industry by converting this abundant resource into two important chemical building-blocks. Rather than use crude oil to make the building blocks for essential products like plastics and pharmaceuticals, Transform Materials' energy-efficient process instead uses the methane in natural gas, converting it into high-value hydrogen and acetylene using microwave plasma technology. Transform's patented conversion p...
Cardiff University | July 14, 2020
Cardiff University scientists have devised a new way of making reactions up to 70 times faster by using state-of-the-art equipment to spin chemicals around. They found that efficient mixing within a chemical reaction could be achieved by spinning chemicals and catalysts around in a small tube, causing the reactions to happen much quicker.
The new findings could have a profound influence on the way that chemicals are made in a wide variety of industries, from drug development to ag...
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