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KRAHN CHEMIE and OXEA to expand their cooperation in France

01-Feb-2016

As of February 1, 2016, KRAHN CHEMIE will take over the distribution of OXEA specialty esters in France. For this purpose, it’s establishing a local sales team that will operate from the French branch of the sister company ALBIS PLASTIC during the initial phase. KRAHN CHEMIE plans on further ...

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Energy harvesting via smart materials

28-Jan-2016

Energy harvesting is emerging as a viable method for electronic devices to pull ambient energy from their surrounding environment and convert it into electrical energy for stored power. This coveted technology has the potential to serve as an alternative power supply for batteries that are ...

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Liquid foam: Plastic, elastic and fluid

02-Dec-2015

What differentiates complex fluids from mere fluids? What makes them unique is that they are neither solid nor liquid. Among such complex fluids are foams. They are used as a model to understand the mechanisms underlying complex fluids flow. Now, a team of French physicists has gained new ...

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BASF completes divestiture of paper hydrous kaolin business

04-Nov-2015

BASF has closed the previously announced transaction to divest its global paper hydrous kaolin (PHK) business to Imerys, a producer of mineral-based specialty solutions for industry, based in Paris, France. Under a tolling agreement of limited duration, BASF will continue to manufacture and ...

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Elkem and Bluestar Silicones International join forces

24-Jun-2015

Elkem and Bluestar Silicones International announce their formal integration into one company. This development builds on the already close relationship between the two entities through the silicone value chain. The main aim of legal and financial integration is to position the Company for ...

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SEPPIC receives the Pierre Potier Award for chemistry innovations

23-Jun-2015

SEPPIC, a subsidiary of the Air Liquide Group, is this year’s recipient of the Pierre Potier Award for its SIMULSOL®SL7 G innovation. Each year, the Pierre Potier Award singles out the best innovations in the chemical industry that promote sustainable development.SIMULSOL®SL7 G is a highly ...

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Arkema announces a project to divest its Sunclear subsidiary

22-Jun-2015

Arkema plans to divest its Sunclear subsidiary, its plastic and aluminium sheet distribution business, to BF Invest, a historical commercial partner of Sunclear. This project is consistent with its program to divest €700 million sales aimed at pursuing the Group’s strategy to refocus on its core ...

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Frederic Jacquin is appointed CEO of Bluestar Silicones

22-Jun-2015

Frédéric Jacquin, 48, a Master’s graduate of CELSA and also holding an MBA from ESSEC has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bluestar Silicones. After spending much of his career in the Rhodia Group with different responsibilities in the areas of marketing and communication he joined ...

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Bernard Chaud joins Global Bioenergies

19-May-2015

Global Bioenergiesannouncedthat Bernard Chaud has joined its team as Director of Industrial Strategy. After a career to date split between the chemicals industry (plant manager), the sugar industry (director of biofuels) and the French civil service (ministry of agriculture), Bernard Chaud is ...

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First production of liquid hydrocarbons from biological feedstock using the Isobutene process

15-May-2015

Global Bioenergies announces having converted renewable resources into gaseous isobutene, and secondarily into liquid fuels similar to those extracted from oil. This mix of fuels can be compared to light oil, and thus be considered as «renewable oil».Gaseous isobutene is one of the main building ...

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