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Business Wire | April 14, 2020
In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, global software developer eschbach today announced that it has created new guidelines for how companies in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food processing, power and utility industries can use its software solutions to keep production going efficiently and safely. Specifically, risks of shift-to-shift contamination can be significantly reduced by switching to virtual shift handovers and reducing personal visits to sites by supporting remote teams to wor...
Azoty Grupa, Celanese | June 24, 2021
After it decided to cease its POM production, the Celanese Corporation, a global manufacturer of chemical and specialized materials, announced the acquisition by Grupa Azoty S.A. of Tarnow, Poland, of certain technologies polyacetal (POM) production products.
To serve Azoty's clients, Celanese will accept all current contracts with Tarnoform. This transaction does not involve Azoty employees, physical assets, manufacturing facilities, or sales offices, except for certain equip...
Houstonchronicle | May 04, 2020
British petrochemical giant Ineos plans to do in Texas what it can’t do back home in the United Kingdom - horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. As part of an unpublicized deal, Ineos bought tens of thousands of acres of Austin Chalk leases from Houston oil company Crawford Hughes in August 2019, Railroad Commission of Texas records show. Over the past month, Ineos has filed for a pair of drilling permits to develop two horizontal wells targeting the Giddings field of the Austin Cha...
The Louisiana Weekly | February 10, 2020
Westwego city council unexpectedly voted to deny any permits to Wanhua Chemical, a Chinese company hoping to produce and store chemicals for plastics production along the Mississippi River in south Louisiana. The vote, at a meeting intended as solely a question and answer session, came just days before the release of a new report on benzene emissions from refineries, with EPA data showing levels of fenceline benzene emissions at Chalmette Refinery at more than three times the level deemed safe f...
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