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December 20, 2007DSM’s venture capital arm DSM Venturing says it has made an unspecified investment in Novomer (Ithaca, New York), a materials technology start-up. Novomer is developing a...
December 14, 2007Johnson Matthey says it has signed an agreement to buy catalyst company Argillon Group (Redwitz, Germany) for €214 million ($313.8 million) in cash from Ceramics Luxembourg, a...
November 28, 2007The plant will include the world's largest hydroformulation line....
November 16, 2007Albemarle says it will invest $15 million to build a new catalyst manufacturing unit at its Baton Rouge facility in order to meet “increasing demand” from the polyolefins...
September 17, 2007Süd-Chemie plans to invest €100 million in China over the next 2-3 years....
August 30, 2007
The company will also upgrade facilities to meet anticipated tighter emissions standards in China and India....
August 28, 2007Sibur (Moscow), a Gazprom subsidiary, says it has selected Ineos’s Innovene technology for a previously announced 500,000-m.t./year polypropylene (PP) complex at Tobolsk, Russia...
August 7, 2007Criterion Catalysts & Technologies (Houston) has agreed to build a catalyst extrusion line at Porocel’s Little Rock, AR alumina processing plant. Porocel will operate the...
August 1, 2007Albemarle and partners ABB Lummus Global, and Neste Oil (Espoo, Finland) have developed a solid-acid catalyst for alkylation—the first commercially available solid catalyst for...
July 30, 2007Materia (Pasadena, CA) says it has licensed, on a nonexclusive basis, its metathesis technology and Grubbs catalyst system for the synthesis of pharmaceutical ingredients, to Merck...
July 25, 2007Chemistry for chiral catalytic processes used in life science applications is developing at record speed, according to speakers at a Johnson Matthey (JM) symposium, the Forum on...
July 24, 2007Refining catalysts firms say they are experiencing strong growth this year, due to a wave of new fuel standards coupled with refiners’ increasing use of heavier and dirtier...
June 28, 2007Dow Technology Licensing, a Dow Chemical subsidiary, says that its Unipol technology has been selected for a polypropylene (PP) plant that will form part of a coal-to-olefins complex...
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