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New plant to reuse carbon from cement manufacturing

A new carbon capture and utilization facility will open in San Antonio, Texas, this week with the aim of generating a profit from carbon dioxide (CO2) that previously would have been released into the atmosphere.


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Polyethylene plant planned in North Dakota

A new polyethylene manufacturing facility is to be built in North Dakota, in a project that's said to be the largest private investment in the state's history.
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Three Nigerian pharmaceutical firms get WHO certification

Three pharmaceutical manufacturers in Nigeria have been certified by the World Health Organization (WHO) to produce drugs in accordance with its Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
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Petrochemical industry in Arabian Gulf region goes from strength to strength

The petrochemical and chemical industry in the Arabian Gulf region is showing strong growth, creating thousands of jobs and attracting multi-billion dollar investments.
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Rosneft, CNPC to strengthen partnership

Russian oil company Rosneft said on Monday that it has agreed to extend its strategic cooperation with China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).
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Biodegradable plastics market to be worth $3.47 billion by 2019

The global market for biodegradable plastics is expanding rapidly, driven by an increasing range of applications, technological advancements and growing demand in the Asia-Pacific region.
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DuPont defends cellulosic ethanol plant, announces laundry detergent deal

DuPont has defended its $500 million investment in a new cellulosic ethanol plant after being accused of "speculative and expensive corporate science projects" that have impacted shareholder value.
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Auxilium Pharmaceuticals agrees to acquisition deal with Endo

Specialty biopharmaceutical company Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is to be acquired by Endo International plc for $2.6 billion, including the repayment and assumption of debt.
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Ineos acquires second shale gas license in Scotland

Petrochemical company Ineos has bought a majority stake in a second license for shale gas exploration and development in Scotland.
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Mineralization of sand particles helps clean drinking water

New research overturns the conventional wisdom that mineral deposits interfere with microbial colonization of rapid sand filters that are used to treat groundwater for drinking.
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