Dow has announced plans to build the world’s first net-zero carbon emissions integrated ethylene cracker and derivatives site. The project will triple Dow’s ethylene and polyethylene capacity from its Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. site, while retrofitting the site to achieve net-zero carbon emissions. It will expand the company’s capacity to produce ethylene, polyethylene, and derivatives manufactured… Read More

Dow and DuPont have reached a proposed agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice that will allow the companies to proceed with their merger. The deal, which is still subject to court approval, would require DuPont divest some of its crop protection portfolio, while Dow would divest some of its plastic copolymers and ionomers business…. Read More

FMC Corporation and DuPont have announced a deal that will see FMC acquire the portion of DuPont’s crop protection business that the European Commission required to be divested as part of DuPont’s merger with The Dow Chemical Company. FMC will acquire DuPont’s global cereal broadleaf herbicide and global chewing pest insecticide portfolios, as well as… Read More

 

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