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December 4, 2015Arkema has announced that as part of an arbitration procedure initiated by the Klesch Group against the company in March 2013, the court of arbitration of the International Chamber of...
December 4, 2015National Industrialization Co. (Tasnee; Riyadh), a leading international producer of titanium dioxide (TiO2) and petrochemicals, is focused on cost-optimization under CEO Mutlaq Al Morished....
December 4, 2015The European Commission has released details of what it calls an “ambitious” package designed to stimulate Europe’s transition toward a circular economy, boost global...
December 4, 2015World leaders and officials from almost 200 countries have gathered in Paris to hammer out a global agreement to fight climate change for the period after 2020....
December 3, 2015Germany’s chemical industry association VCI (Frankfurt) says it welcomes the government’s decision to continue to support industrial combined heat and power (CHP) plants...
December 3, 2015The European Parliament and the European Commission have reached an agreement that all members of the European Parliament will have access to all categories of confidential documents...
December 3, 2015Germany’s environment minister has initiated a national competition for the fifth consecutive year on environmental cooling technology. The “Cooling prize 2016” is...
December 3, 2015The European Commission has released details of its “ambitious” new circular economy package, designed to facilitate the move to a more circular economy. The package will...
December 1, 2015Lenzing (Lenzing, Austria), a producer of man-made cellulosic fibers, has announced that it is recommending the appointment of Thomas Obendrauf as the company's CEO. “With Thomas...
November 30, 2015The European Environment Agency (EEA; Copenhagen) has reported annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for the European Union. The EEA's report is the official 2015 submission under the...