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KENESJAY GREEN | April 13, 2022
Hydrogène de France mnemonic code: HDF - announces that it has acquired a 70% majority stake in the NewGen project in Trinidad, led by the local company Kenesjay Green Ltd. KGL, the project developer, will retain the remaining 30% of the share capital of NewGen, which will be jointly owned by KGL and an investment vehicle that will allow for the inclusion of additional local investors. HDF Energy is thus leveraging its technological expertise in hydrogen, its know-how in the development o...
Chemicalwatch | April 22, 2020
Regulations addressing pollution and the control of chemicals in products are "ramping up, not slowing down" during the coronavirus pandemic, say industry representatives. In a Chemical Watch webinar on 16 April, Stephen Klump, global head of packaging/food contact material safety and compliance at Nestlé, said he hadn’t seen any slowdown in regulatory activity since the Covid-19 crisis began, and doesn't expect to as the situation continues. Mr Klump said this is beca...
Yahoo Finance | February 27, 2020
The chemical industry, which reeled under the effects of the bitter tariff war between the United States and China last year, braces for another heavy hit from the coronavirus outbreak. Officially called COVID-19, the virus has so far claimed roughly 2,800 lives and infected more than 82,000 people in over 40 countries. Notably, the outbreak has been spreading fast outside China of late. The epidemic, which now appears to be hurtling into a full-blown pandemic, has raised concerns whether China&...
arkansasonline | February 28, 2020
A company that owns a suburban Houston chemical plant jeopardized public safety when it failed to remove dangerous chemicals ahead of Hurricane Harvey in 2017, resulting in a blaze that sent toxic smoke into the air and injured first responders, prosecutors told jurors on Thursday. Arkema Inc., a subsidiary of a French chemical manufacturer, and three of its senior employees are on trial over charges accusing them of releasing toxic pollutants and injuring two sheriff's deputies. During open...
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