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Eastman increases Acetic Acid prices on August 15


Eastman Chemical Company is increasing prices on the following products Aug. 15, or as contracts allow. EASTMAN™ Acetic Acid: Off-list price increase of $USD 0.03/lb ($USD 0.07/kg) in North America and Latin America.


Eastman Completes Acquisition of Sterling Chemicals, Inc.


Eastman Chemical Company announced that it has completed the acquisition of Sterling Chemicals, Inc., a single site North American petrochemical producer, for $100 million in cash. Excluding costs and charges related to the acquisition, the acquired business is expected to be slightly accretive ...


Celanese Announces Price Increases


Celanese Corporation will increase list and off-list selling prices for the following products effective Nov. 1, 2010, or as contracts allow. Acetic Acid: 400 RMB/MT (China); 30USD/MT (Asia Outside China) Acetic Anhydride: 450 RMB/MT (China); 40USD/MT (Asia Outside China)


Celanese Announces Price Increases


Celanese Corporation will increase prices for the following products in the amounts detailed below effective October 1, 2010, or as contracts allow. Acetic Acid: 0.02 USD/LB (USA, Canada and Mexico); 50 USD/MT (Central and South America); 50 USD/MT (Central and South America); 30 USD/MT ...


AkzoNobel GLDA chelates approved by US EPA


AkzoNobel’s global Chelates business announced that its GLDA (l-glutamic acid, N,N-di (acetic acid), tetrasodium salt) chelates have been approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use in non food contact pesticide formulations. The EPA has added the chelating agent, ...


Air Liquide: design and construction of four new oxygen units in China

Air Liquide has just signed two contracts in China supplying four Air Separation Units (ASUs) for new clients in the coal-to-chemical industry


In China, the Coal-to-Chemicals (CTC) industry is developing rapidly, and large quantities of oxygen are required to meet demand related to the Coal-to-Chemicals transformation process. Air Liquide has signed two contracts in China supplying four Air Separation Units (ASUs) for new clients in ...


Eastman Increases ACETYLS Prices on April 1


Eastman Chemical Company is increasing prices on the following products effective April 1. These increases are due to increased market demand and operating costs, particularly in raw materials, energy and freight. Eastman™ Glacial Acetic Acid, All Grades: Off-list price increase of $US 0.03 /lb ...


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Valuable paintings travel long distances when they are shipped from one place to another. To minimize damage, they are packed in special picture cases. In future, these will be equipped with sensors to detect the buildup of pollutant gases, emanating from adhesives for example. After being ...


Air Liquide: start-up of the world's largest carbon monoxide unit in Saudi Arabia

The unit designed and built by the Engineering and Construction teams of Air Liquide, will have a production capacity of 335,000 tonnes per year


Worldwide carbon monoxide demand is estimated to be growing at about +4% per year. In the petrochemical industry, carbon monoxide is mainly used in the production of acetic acid and polyurethane intermediates. Air Liquide has just commissioned the world’s largest carbon monoxide unit, handing it ...


Celanese Announces Emulsions Expansion in China


Celanese Corporation announced it is expanding its vinyl acetate/ethylene (VAE) manufacturing facility at its Nanjing, China, integrated chemical complex. The investment will support continued growth plans for the Celanese Emulsion Polymers business throughout Asia, including China, India and ...


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