September 2015
Chemical Week;9/21/2015, Vol. 177 Issue 24, p25
Trade Publication
The article offers the insights of Jim Ratcliffe, an entrepreneur who founded chemicals company Ineos, regarding his plans for the company. Topics discussed include the plan of the company to enter the business in Great Britain with investment to explore shale gas, company's project in Europe that will revolutionize its competitive position in the petrochemicals production, and the launch of chlorvinyls joint venture (jv) with chemicals company Solvay.


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