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World Chemical News, September 2020, by chemwinfo

World Chemical News, September 2020, by chemwinfo

World Chemical News, September 2020, by chemwinfo



18 September 2020

Clariant,

a focused, sustainable and innovative

specialty chemical company, today announced

the construction of a new state-of-the-art

catalyst production site in China.


This project represents

a significant investment

which further strengthens Clariant’s position

in China and enhances its ability

to support its customers

in the country’s thriving petrochemicals industry.

The new facility will be primarily responsible

for producing

the CATOFIN catalyst for propane dehydrogenation,

which is used in the production of olefins

such as propylene.


Thanks to its excellent reliability and productivity,

CATOFIN delivers superior annual production output

compared to alternative technologies,

resulting in increased overall profitability

for propylene producers.


Construction at

the Dushan Port Economic Development Zone

in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province

is scheduled to commence in Q3 2020,

and Clariant expects to be

at full production capacity by 2022.

READ MORE


Thijs Bouwens

Thijs Bouwens

Clariant Global Media Relations

+41 61 469 63 63


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10 September 2020

bp and Equinor form strategic partnership to
develop offshore wind energy in US.



Bernard Looney,

bp’s chief executive, said:

“This is an important early step

in the delivery of our new strategy and our pivot

to truly becoming an integrated energy company. 


Offshore wind is growing at around 20% a year globally 

and is recognized as being a core part of

meeting the world’s need to limit emissions.


Equinor is a recognized sector leader and

this partnership builds on a long history

between our two companies.



It will play a vital role in allowing us

to deliver our aim of rapidly scaling up

our renewable energy capacity, and in doing so

help deliver the energy the world wants and needs.”

READ MORE

10 September 2020

9 September 2020

Solvay and Veolia partner

to renew the life cycle for electric car batteries


Establishing this partnership is integral to

Solvay Group’s sustainability ambitions

and its Solvay One Planet commitments.


By 2030, Solvay will generate 15% of its revenues

from either bio-based or recycled-based materials.


Today, Solvay and Veolia are pleased to announce

their partnership

on a circular economy consortium

to offer new solutions

that promise better resource efficiency

for critical metals used in

lithium ion electric vehicle (EV) batteries.


With the number of electric vehicles

on the road expected to grow

from 8 million in 2020 to 116 million by 2030,

ensuring stable access to raw materials

is a strategic challenge.


Furthermore, materials used today in EV batteries

are not always recovered at their maximum value.



SARPI devises sustainable solutions to manage the environmental

and health risks involved when dealing with all types of hazardous waste:



Solvay and Veolia,

through its subsidiary SARP Industries,

are already actively engaged in discussions with

a car manufacturer and battery cell producers,

to coordinate, collaborate and leverage on

respective technologies and core competences

at each step of the value chain

- from access and spent battery feedstock

  to dismantling, metal extraction and purification.


READ MORE


9 September 2020


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7 September 2020


INEOS Olefins & Polymers Europe announces

the expansion of the Recycl-IN range of products

to include flexible packaging solutions

with over 60% recycled content.


This new addition to the Recycl-IN range

is for use in flexible packaging and

pushes technical boundaries

by incorporating

more than 60% post-consumer recyclate (PCR)


INEOS Olens & Polymers have partnered with

leading waste management company

Saica Natur

in a supply agreement for,

recycled LDPE and LLDPE.


The long-term agreement will help INEOS

to serve the growing demand

for increased levels of recycled product

in sustainable, virgin quality exible packaging.


Through this partnership, INEOS Olens & Polymers

has been able to develop

high-performance polyethylene Recycl-IN resins

to meet the needs of

converters, brand owners and retailers,

to use more than 60% recycled plastics

in very demanding applications

such as stretch  and lamination

films typically used in flexible pouches

for detergent and personal care products


This new addition to the Recycl-IN range

is for use in flexible packaging

and pushes technical boundaries

by incorporating more than

60% postconsumer recyclate (PCR).



Recycl-IN combines the recycled plastic

with highly engineered virgin polymers. 

The result has properties equivalent to virgin materials,

whilst meeting the demand

for an increase in the use of recycled materials.

READ MORE



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Shell today announces that it will replace

the ethylene steam cracker furnaces

at its Moerdijk petrochemicals complex,

The Netherlands, in a move

that will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.




Shell will install

eight new furnaces in place of 16 older units

without reducing capacity at the facility.


The investment significantly reduces both

the site’s energy consumption and

its operational greenhouse gas emissions.


The CO emissions reduction

is about 10 percent of Shell Moerdijk’s annual total.


The cracker unit produces base chemicals

which are used to make finished products

that people use every day, from smart phones,

clothing, packaging and medical equipment

to insulation and light-weight components

in cars and planes.


The new furnaces will be shipped to the site

in modules, enabling the cracker

to continue to operate

throughout the upgrade project.


Work is expected to be completed in 2025.

READ MORE




3 September 2020

Borealis and Borouge announce that

crosslinked polyethylene (XLPE) power cables

made with Borealis Borlink™ extruded

high voltage direct current (HVDC) technology

will be used for the majority of the German corridor projects.


This marks the first use of

the Borlink XLPE HVDC technology

at extra-high levels of 525 kilovolt (kV).


Comprising three separate corridors, this huge project

is a chief enabler of the German Energiewende,

or energy transition.


Borealis Borlink cables will be implemented


in the northern part of the SuedOstLink

and along the entire SuedLink corridor,

thus facilitating the transmission of renewable energy

from north to south with minimal loss.

READ MORE


3 September 2020


2 September 2020


Unilever to eliminate fossil fuels

in cleaning products by 2030.


Unilever, a leading manufacturer of cleaning

and laundry products, today announces

it will source 100% of the carbon derived

from fossil fuels in its cleaning and laundry product

formulations with renewable or recycled carbon.


This move is set to transform

the sustainability of global cleaning

and laundry brands including

Omo (Persil), Sunlight, Cif and Domestos.


This new ambition is a core component of

Unilever’s ‘Clean Future’,

a groundbreaking innovation programme

designed by the company’s Home Care division

to fundamentally change the way

that some of the world’s best known

cleaning and laundry products

are created, manufactured and packaged.


Clean Future is unique in its intent

to embed the circular economy principles

into both packaging and product formulations

at the scale of global brands

to reduce their carbon footprint.


Most cleaning and laundry products available today

contain chemicals made from fossil fuel feedstocks,

a nonrenewable source of carbon.


Unilever’s move to

renewable or recycled sources of carbon

for these chemicals

is a deliberate shift away

from the fossil fuel economy.


The first initiative of its scale,

Clean Future

is a critical step towards Unilever’s pledge

of net zero emissions from its products by 2039.


The chemicals used in

Unilever’s cleaning and laundry products

make up the greatest proportion

of their carbon footprint (46%)

across their lifecycle.


Therefore, by transitioning away

from fossil fuel-derived chemicals

in product formulations, the company will unlock

novel ways of reducing the carbon footprint

of some of the world’s biggest cleaning and laundry brands.


Unilever expects this initiative alone

to reduce the carbon footprint

of the product formulations by up to 20%

READ MORE


Unilever’s existing sustainability commitments

Today’s ambition

to replace 100% of the carbon derived from fossil fuels

in Unilever’s Home Care formulations

with renewable or recycled carbon by 2030,

builds on Unilever’s existing environmental commitments,

including:

1. Ensuring net-zero carbon emissions

    from all its products from cradle to shelf by 2039

2. Achieving a deforestation-free supply chain by 2023

    Halving the GHG footprint of its products

    across the value chain by 2030

3. Zero greenhouse gas emissions

    from its own operations by 2030.

4. Aiming to make its product formulations

    biodegradable by 2030

5. Halve its use of virgin plastic, help collect

    and process more plastic than it sells,

    ensure all of its plastic packaging is

    reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025,

    and use at least 25% recycled plastic

    in its packaging, also by 2025


Renewable and recycled carbon

Renewable and recycled carbon

entails all carbon sources

that replace the use of fossil carbon

from the geosphere.


Renewable carbon can come from

the biosphere and atmosphere.


Recycled carbon comes from the technosphere.


Renewable and recycled carbon

circulates between biosphere, atmosphere

and technosphere, creating

a circular carbon economy. 


The Carbon Rainbow in practice

The Clean Future programme is already

funding research & development

into projects such as:


Purple carbon

(carbon capture and utilisation to produce

soda ash and other chemicals)


Green carbon

(rhamnolipids surfactant derived

from terrestrial biomass)


Grey carbon

(surfactant derived from plastic waste)


Biodegradability

(biodegradable cleaning polymers)


Low-carbon formulations

(weight-efficient ingredients)


2 September 2020

Celanese announces Acetyl Intermediates Price Increases

Acetic Acid 

China (RMB/MT) 300

AOC (US$/MT) $50



Vinyl Acetate Monomer

China (RMB/MT) 700

AOC (US$/MT) $100


READ MORE


2 September 2020


AkzoNobel has completed the acquisition of

Stahl Performance Powder Coatings

and its range of products

for heat sensitive substrates.


The deal gives the company accelerated access

to unique low curing technology

that will open up exciting new market opportunities.



The commercially ready technology

acquired by AkzoNobel

is the only one of its kind in the powder coatings industry.


It includes both UV and thermally curing powders

and will enable the company

to penetrate the ultra-low cure (80-100°C) domain,

opening up new markets

based on applying powder

to temperature sensitive substrates

such as MDF, plywood, thermoplastics and composites.

READ MORE


>>Connect to Read from AkzoNobel

2 September 2020


1 September 2020

LyondellBasell and Bora

Start-up New Joint Venture Facility.


LyondellBasell and China's Liaoning Bora

Enterprise Group (Bora) today announced

the establishment and start-up

of their new joint venture polyolen complex

in the Liaoning province of northeastern China. 

First announced in September 2019,

the 50:50 joint venture (JV) will operate

under the name

Bora LyondellBasell Petrochemical Co. Ltd. (BLYB)..

Read more


1 September 2020

Shredded waste tires, ready to be further processed

into pyrolysis oil by New Energy,

a technology company which supplies BASF

with up to 4,000 metric tons of pyrolysis oil per year

derived from waste tires.


Viktor Varadi (right), CEO of New Energy,

is showing Dr. Christian Lach (2nd from right),

Project Lead ChemCycling at BASF,

the waste tires which New Energy

is turning into pyrolysis oil

in their plant in Budapest, Hungary.


BASF signs agreements with

New Energy for uptake of pyrolysis oil

derived from waste tires

and for a joint feasibility study


• Supply of pyrolysis oil from end-of-life tires

   an important step in the commercialization of

   BASF’s ChemCyclingTM project


• Pyrolysis oil from end-of-life tires

   as an additional raw material source

  next to oil from mixed plastic waste


• Partners will conduct a joint feasibility study

   that targets the adaption of

   New Energy’s proprietary pyrolysis technology

   to the conversion of other plastic waste streams..

READ MORE



1 September 2020


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