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ExxonMobil | April 18, 2022
ExxonMobil said it is undertaking early front-end engineering design studies to determine the potential for carbon capture and storage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from multiple industries in the Gippsland Basin.
The South East Australia carbon capture and storage hub would initially use existing infrastructure to store CO2 in the depleted Bream field off the coast of Gippsland, Victoria. The company is in active discussions with local industries which may be interested in a...
Waste-management | June 10, 2020
In a recent position paper, Chemical Recycling Europe, a trade association founded last year to promote and implement innovative solutions for the chemical recycling of plastic waste, has called for faster recognition and legislation review to unlock the potential of chemical recycling. The organisation explained that the recycling industry plays an important role in the transition to a more circular economy by turning polymeric waste into new value-added materials. It went on to argue that the ...
WHNT | February 13, 2020
After years of chemical contamination concerns in North Alabama, 3M appears to be changing its approach on the cleanup of its chemicals. PFAS chemicals — produced at 3M’s Decatur plant for decades — have been found at high levels in the Tennessee River and in the ground in Morgan and Lawrence counties. The company is currently dealing with a slew of legal issues related to PFAS chemical contamination. One of those legal battles in Decatur is led by David Whiteside. Whiteside is...
National Observer | February 02, 2020
U.S. chemical producer Dow Inc. has approved an expansion of its Alberta petrochemical facilities expected to cost between US$200 million and US$225 million. While releasing its fourth-quarter results this week, CEO Jim Fitterling announced the Michigan-based company will increase capacity at its Fort Saskatchewan ethylene plant just north of Edmonton by about 130,000 tonnes per year by adding a process furnace. He says Dow will equally share costs of the expansion and the ethylene output with a...
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