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January 16, 2014
Soapers are facing a number of headwinds in 2014, including slower economic growth in emerging markets and cautious consumer spending in the United States. Consumer product companies...
January 16, 2014
The antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) market, which is in its early stages of development, offers growth opportunities for several contract-manufacturing organizations (CMOs)....
January 16, 2014
As the global surfactants market continues to recover from the recession, volume growth is expected to be led by emerging economies, while formulation changes will occur in mature markets because of shifting consumer preferences....
January 10, 2014
Global economic and chemical output growth should continue to accelerate in 2014. “With improving economic prospects, headline growth for chemicals globally will improve to 3.8% in 2014,” says Kevin Swift, ACC chief economist and managing director. That number is up from expected global growth of 2.4% in 2013...
December 19, 2013

PPG Industries (Pittsburgh, PA) will soon pass a key milestone in its portfolio transformation as coatings revenues exceed 90% of sales.

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December 19, 2013
For a third consecutive year, The Capital Group (Los Angeles) tops CW’s ranking of the chemical industry’s top institutional investors, with Fidelity (Boston) and T. Rowe...
December 12, 2013
Industry and lawmakers are optimistic that the latest push to update and reform TSCA will remain viable throughout committee negotiations and pass a polarized legislature—and ultimately provide welcome relief to the decades-long deadlock over US chemicals management....
December 5, 2013
CW’s third annual survey of engineering and construction (E&C) firms focuses on the hydrocarbon processing and related industries, including petrochemicals, chemicals, and minerals and metals....
December 5, 2013
WorleyParsons (Sydney), a fast-growing E&C firm ranked fifth in CW’s latest sales-to-relevant-markets table, is benefiting from the US shale gas boom—but says that the Mideast will continue to present exciting prospects....
December 5, 2013
Technip (Paris), Europe’s second-largest engineering and construction firm, acquired Stone & Webster (S&W) from Shaw Group last year, reinforcing Technip’s position in the so-called Ethylene Club—companies that license olefins technology—and its footprint in the United States. The deal also broadens Technip’s range of petrochemical processes and adds capabilities in gas-to-liquids as well as heavy oil fluid and catalytic cracking....
November 21, 2013
The US unconventional oil and gas supply surge is moving downstream as investments ramp up, providing a boon for US chemical makers....
November 21, 2013
For the first decade of this century, it was easy to say how many ethylene projects were under development in North America because there were none. Now, however, it is easy to lose...
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