June 2007
Chemical Engineering;Jun2007, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p83
Academic Journal
The article offers world news briefs related to the chemical engineering industry. MonoSol LLC has purchased a 15-acre industrial greenfield site in La Porte, Indiana to build an $11 million manufacturing site. INEOS Capital Ltd. has agreed to acquire Norsk Hydro ASA's polymer business NOK 5.5 billion. Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical Co. has signed a memorandum of agreement regarding the construction, ownership, and operation of a chemicals and plastics production complex in Saudi Arabia.


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