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The Dow Chemical Company announced that it has signed a joint venture agreement with BASF to construct a new propylene oxide manufacturing facility using the recently co-developed hydrogen peroxide route to propylene oxide (HPPO) technology. Construction of the new 300,000 MT plant will begin ...
BASF will continue to operate the maleic anhydride plant at its Feluy, Belgium, site as intended. The plants producing fumaric acid and butanediol derivatives will be closed down as scheduled. The company management and the workforce representatives recently agreed on this. The integrated ...
BASF is raising its annual capacity to produce ethanolamines from 182,000 to 230,000 metric tons. The progressive capacity increase of plants at the two integrated Verbund sites of Ludwigshafen, Germany, and Antwerp, Belgium, is to be completed by fall 2006. "We are responding to the continuing ...
INEOS Phenol signed an EPCm contract with Jacobs België N.V., a subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. for the expansion of its phenol and acetone plant in the port of Antwerp. Phenol capacity will be raised from 470 kt/a to 680 kt/a. INEOS Phenol is using proprietary improvements to its ...
Cefic, the European Chemical Industry Council, is launching a new campaign to boost knowledge and awareness about chemistry. The centrepiece of the campaign is the website www.elements-of-life.org. This new initiative stresses chemistry's importance as a constant and often unnoticed companion ...
Belgian researcher Filip Frederix won the first prize in the International DSM Awards for Chemistry and Technology. An international jury selected Filip Frederix, a doctoral student at the Catholic University of Louvain, for his research in the field of biosensors. His work involved the ...