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IMPERIAL AND E3 LITHIUM FORM STRATEGIC AGREEMENT ON LITHIUM PILOT PROJECT IN ALBERTA

Imperial | June 24, 2022

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Imperial Oil Limitedand E3 Lithium announced a collaboration to advance a lithium-extraction pilot in Alberta, exploring the redevelopment of an historic oil field into a potential new leading source of lithium for Canada’s growing critical minerals industry. The pilot will support E3 Lithium’s Clearwater project, which will draw lithium from under the Leduc oil field, Imperial’s historic discovery that first launched major oil and gas development in Western Cana...

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IFF ANNOUNCES SALE OF MICROBIAL CONTROL BUSINESS

IFF | August 27, 2021

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IFF today announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its Microbial Control business unit to LANXESS, a leading specialty chemicals company that develops, manufactures and markets chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics. The transaction is valued at $1.3 billion and the cash proceeds net of taxes and expenses will be primarily used to reduce outstanding debt. “Today’s announcement is part of a strategic portfolio review and is g...

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CHEMICAL RECYCLING COULD BE THE SOLUTION TO PLASTIC POLLUTION

Thenextweb | April 26, 2020

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The world is drowning in plastic. About 60% of the more than 8,700 million metric tonnes of plastic ever made is no longer in use, instead sat mostly in landfill or released to the environment. That equals over 400kg of plastic waste for every one of the 7.6 billion people on the planet. One reason for this is that many plastics are not recyclable in our current system. And even those that are recyclable still go to landfill eventually. Plastics cannot be recycled infinitely, at least not using ...

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RESEARCHERS DESCRIBE NEW DEVICE TO DIGITIZE CHEMICAL PROCESSES

American Chemical Society | July 23, 2020

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Miniaturized computer systems and wireless technology are offering scientists new ways to keep tabs on reactions without the need for larger, cumbersome equipment. In a proof-of-concept study in ACS Sensors, researchers describe an inexpensive new device that functions like a conventional magnetic stir bar, but that can automatically measure and transmit information on a solution's color, viscosity and a variety of other attributes to a smart phone or computer. Automatic, remo...

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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT,SCIENCE AND RESEARCH

IMPERIAL AND E3 LITHIUM FORM STRATEGIC AGREEMENT ON LITHIUM PILOT PROJECT IN ALBERTA

Imperial | June 24, 2022

Imperial Oil Limitedand E3 Lithium announced a collaboration to advance a lithium-extraction pilot in Alberta, exploring the redevelopment of an historic oil field into a potential new leading source of lithium for Canada’s growing critical minerals industry. The pilot will support E3 Lithium’s Clearwater project, which will draw lithium from under the Leduc oil field, Imperial’s historic discovery that first launched major oil and gas development in Western Cana...

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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

IFF ANNOUNCES SALE OF MICROBIAL CONTROL BUSINESS

IFF | August 27, 2021

IFF today announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its Microbial Control business unit to LANXESS, a leading specialty chemicals company that develops, manufactures and markets chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics. The transaction is valued at $1.3 billion and the cash proceeds net of taxes and expenses will be primarily used to reduce outstanding debt. “Today’s announcement is part of a strategic portfolio review and is g...

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CHEMICAL RECYCLING COULD BE THE SOLUTION TO PLASTIC POLLUTION

Thenextweb | April 26, 2020

The world is drowning in plastic. About 60% of the more than 8,700 million metric tonnes of plastic ever made is no longer in use, instead sat mostly in landfill or released to the environment. That equals over 400kg of plastic waste for every one of the 7.6 billion people on the planet. One reason for this is that many plastics are not recyclable in our current system. And even those that are recyclable still go to landfill eventually. Plastics cannot be recycled infinitely, at least not using ...

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RESEARCHERS DESCRIBE NEW DEVICE TO DIGITIZE CHEMICAL PROCESSES

American Chemical Society | July 23, 2020

Miniaturized computer systems and wireless technology are offering scientists new ways to keep tabs on reactions without the need for larger, cumbersome equipment. In a proof-of-concept study in ACS Sensors, researchers describe an inexpensive new device that functions like a conventional magnetic stir bar, but that can automatically measure and transmit information on a solution's color, viscosity and a variety of other attributes to a smart phone or computer. Automatic, remo...

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