IN THIS WEEK
- Celanese expands in Europe and the US. // Chemical Business;Oct97, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p100
Announces the expansion plans of Celanese, a division of the Hoechst group, in the United States and Germany. Products in which the production would be increased; Estimated total production of the products annually.
- Glyoxal production hits snafu, making a loose market tighter. // Chemical Market Reporter;03/03/97, Vol. 251 Issue 9, p13
Focuses on the impact of prolonged outage at Hoechst AG, one of the world's largest glyoxal producers, on the petrochemical sector's market. Tight supply; Pressure on prices; Skepticism about the reconstruction of the facility; Increased demand; Off-list price increase announced by Freedom...
- Celanese joins consortium. // Chemical Market Reporter;02/09/98, Vol. 253 Issue 6, p33
Announces Celanese Corp.'s joining of a research consortium of petrochemical companies in the United States aiming to develop technologies for combating and avoiding petrochemical plant incidents.
- Sabic Mulls Expansion. // Chemical Market Reporter;9/22/2003, Vol. 264 Issue 9, p6
Reports on the investment of the petrochemical firm Sabic EuroPetrochemicals for its expansion in the Netherlands.
- Sabic revives expansion plan. Todd, Martin // European Chemical News;9/22/2003, Vol. 79 Issue 2069, p37
Reports on the move of Sabic EuroPetrochemicals to revive its expansion plan at its site in Geleen, Netherlands. Cost of the expansion; Significance of the expansion; Plan of the company to build a polyolefins unit on the site.
- Higher PP prices. // Chemical Fibers International;Aug2007, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p162
The article reports that the price of PP polymers produced by SABIC Europe BV in Europe was increased by 75 euros per ton in July 2007. The predicted demand for such materials is discussed and it is noted that no increased availability is expected. SABIC runs three European petrochemical plants...
- Trading in Celanese AG to begin. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/25/1999, Vol. 178 Issue 80, p18
Reports on the start of trading for the shares of industrial chemicals company Celanese AG, which is being spun off by its parent company Hoechst AG.
- Celanese Sets Spin-Off; Warns of Massive 1999 Loss. Westervelt, Robert // Chemical Week;10/13/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 38, p9
Reports on the spin-off of Celanese from Hoechst company in 1999. Significance of the move; Loss to be posted by the company in the second-half of 1999; Settlement of lawsuit filed by Hoechst shareholders.
- Hoechst AG to split. // Chemical Business;Dec98, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p103
Reports that German chemicals group Hoechst AG is splitting into two companies, Hoechst AG and Celanese AG. Focus of Hoechst AG on life sciences; Core businesses and investments of Celanese AG; Companies that comprise Hoechst AG.