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September 12, 2014
The age of sustainability is upon us. We have been talking about—or around—the subject for many years now, but I believe that the pressure that has been growing within society is about to explode. We feel the pulse of the sustainability movement everywhere we look, particularly with customers, consumers, suppliers, and legislators....
September 12, 2014
Development and commerical activity during the 1940s was driven by efforts to support both sides during World War II....
September 12, 2014
Today, disruptive transformation is at work both within our industry and because of it. We are, at long last, seeing our industry for what it is—a means of solving challenges while creating tremendous value for our customers, shareholders, and society alike....
September 13, 2014
Historically, the chemical industry has evolved by developing products and technologies to address the changing needs of its value chain. Recently, our industry has begun to face far greater challenges....
September 12, 2014
Perhaps the greatest macroeconomic trend that will impact industry and the world is the changing face of energy—from the form it comes in, to where we get, to who is using it and how....
September 12, 2014
On behalf of Chemtura’s employees, management, and board of directors, I congratulate the editors and staff of IHS Chemical Week on your publication’s 100th anniversary. CW has provided thought-provoking and informative coverage of the trends, issues, and events over the last century that have transformed our industry....
September 12, 2014
The future of the coatings industry will require innovative solutions to address our customers’ greatest needs and challenges....
September 12, 2014
An extraordinary turn of events is underway in the petrochemical industry. The shale revolution has sparked a new wave of energy supply, creating a manufacturing renaissance—one we haven’t seen in my lifetime—right here in the United States. There is, however, one critical element that could throttle this opportunity—the availability of technically skilled workers to build, operate, and maintain the $100-billion or more of announced US chemical projects....
September 12, 2014
I believe the single biggest factor for the chemical industry in the next 30 years is global population growth....
September 12, 2014
It is extremely difficult in a hypercompetitive world to anticipate 20 years ahead. Identifying trends and charting a path for the future while managing profound and rapid changes in energy, technology, the global economy, and geopolitics is a challenge for any leader....
September 12, 2014
Over the coming decades, ExxonMobil sees strong demand for petrochemicals driven by an expanding middle class in the developing world....
September 12, 2014
BASF is turning 150 next year. If we look back at BASF in 1865 and at BASF today, it is obvious that our company has constantly changed and developed. We have continuously monitored and adapted to changes in our business environment resulting from societal trends, technological breakthroughs, legislative and regulatory reforms, and macroeconomic developments. And yet, our ability to foresee the future is limited. Surprises are always possible....
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