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Access Intelligence, LLC | July 17, 2018
In view of the surging demand, Oxea GmbH (Monheim am Rhein, Germany; www.oxea-chemicals.com) plans to significantly expand its supply of carboxylic acids in the short to medium term. To this end, the company is already evaluating various strategic options for its worldwide production sites to be able to reliably meet global market demand in the future as well. Carboxylic acids from Oxea are used, among other things, for the production of synthetic lubricants, to improve feed hygiene or as buildi...
chemeng online | January 22, 2019
Oxea GmbH is moving forward in studying the feasibility of a new world-scale production plant for the manufacturing of carboxylic acids. At the same time, the company is also implementing measures to further improve and debottleneck its manufacturing processes at its existing carboxylic acid production units. Carboxylic acids are used in the production of synthetic lubricants and as building blocks for the animal feed industry. To support customer growth over the next few years, Oxea is investin...
Liberian Observer | January 13, 2020
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with immediate effect ordered the repatriation of four 40-feet containers of hazardous chemicals to Greece, from where they were brought, before entering Liberia. According to EPA Executive Director Nathaniel Blama, the chemical on the containers were fast tracked by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) while conducting its regular inspection of cargos that are brought into the country. The EPA Director said the chemical when disposed of in any ...
Firstpost | January 13, 2020
The carbon footprint in the chemical industry is likely to reduce as engineers from Rice University have invented a light-powered nanoparticle to help the cause. They are tiny spheres of copper dotted with single atoms of ruthenium, is the prime ingredient in composing a green process for developing synthesis gas, commonly known as syngas, the valuable chemical feedstock generally used to make fertilizer, fuels, and many other products. Researchers from Rice, UCLA and the University of Californi...
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