THE WORLD THIS WEEK
- Gazprom, BASF to close asset swap deal in 2014. // Energy Today (Hungary);9/10/2013, p1
The article informs that the gas firm OAO Gazprom has decided to close an asset-swap deal with the chemical company BASF SE in 2014 and reports that Gazprom had agreed to give BASF two stakes in a West Siberia gas field in return for 100 percent ownership of a gas trading joint venture.
- news briefs. // Chemical Week;4/20/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 13, p4
Presents news briefs on the chemical industry as of April 20, 2005. Appointment of executive Josh Cheng at Celanese China; Information on a deal signed by BASF and Gazprom for the Yuzhno Russkoye gas field in Western Siberia, Russia; Investigation being done by the European Commission regarding...
- BASF and Gazprom agree on energy-asset swap. YOUNG, IAN // Chemical Week;11/19/2012, Vol. 174 Issue 29, p17
The article reports BASF chemicals manufacturer and Gazprom gas company agreed on an energy-asset swap, noting BASF will increase its gas and crude oil production in Russia and the companies will jointly work on a natural gas project in Siberia.
- BASF, Gazprom abandon energy asset swap. // Chemical Week;1/12/2015, p20
The article reports that the chemicals companies, BASF SE and OAO Gazprom have discarded their plans for swaping energy asset which was scheduled to take place at the end of 2014.
- Bayer in MDI/TDI talks with BASF. // Asian Chemical News;6/16/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 405, p23
Reports that Bayer is in talks with Badische Anilin und Soda-Fabrik AG about participating in the latter's methyl de-p-phenylene isocyanate/toluene di-isocyanate project in Caojing, Shanghai, China. Plan of Bayer to start up its project in 2005-2006; Information on the restructuring of Bayer's...
- BASF to grow in Russia. Gordon, Michael // ICIS Chemical Business;8/28/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 32, p28
The article reports on the alternatives being considered by BASF for the planned expansion of its chemical production in Russia. It is said that the company is looking to extend its partnership with Russian gas company Gazprom. The chemical industry in the country has a growth rate of 5 to 6%...
- Russia. Alperowicz, Natasha; Petrushina, Elena // Chemical Week;9/27/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 32, p25
The article reports on the potential of Russia as a base for petrochemical investment. Multinational and local companies are embarking on petrochemical expansions in the country. BASF is mulling a large-scale chemical joint venture with Gazprom in the European part of Russia. Dow Chemical says...
- Chemicals Industry Profile: Russia. // Chemicals Industry Profile: Russia;Feb2015, p1
The article presents an overview and forecasting of the chemicals industry in Russia as of February 2015. Topics include market value, market rivalry, and market analysis. Also noted is information about the leading companies within the industry including The Dow Chemical Co., OAO Gazprom, and...
- Untitled. s. s. // ICIS Chemical Business;9/7/2015, Issue 3673, p1
The article presents news brief related to the chemical industry. BASF SE and OAO Gazprom are not to proceed with an asset swap planned for the end of 2014. Formerly Momentive Specialty Chemicals results restated in U.S. dollars followed group restructurning and incorporation under the laws of...