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Aspen Technology, Inc. (OTC: AZPN.PK), a leading provider of software and services to the process industries, today introduced aspenONE V7 for Process Engineering. The new release of aspenONE software enables process industry companies to achieve the seven best practices of engineering excellence.
By Ken Ward Jr. g ONLINE wvgazette.com Watch a video of witnesses describing Thursday nights blast, its aftermath. INSIDE: Thursdays blast was a stark reminder of the dangers of living with chemical plants, and of the fear for many residents that a Bhopal-like disaster could strike Kanawha County.
Dow Chemical Appoints New Public Affairs Manager for Kuwait and EgyptDow Chemical in the Middle East today announced the appointment of Majed Al-Majed as Public Affairs Manager for Kuwait and Egypt.
By Kevin Cummings, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Jul. 27--DALTON, Ga. -- Rotting garbage is now providing half the powering to run the Dow Chemical latex plant that produces carpet-backing materials off Prosser Drive.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) (Midland, Michigan) has announced its intentions to acquire Rohm and Haas Company (NYSE:ROH) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), building on its role as a leading global chemical player.
By Paul Davidson Dow Chemical, the venerable but stodgy chemical giant, scooped up some glitter Thursday, agreeing to buy Rohm and Haas for $15.3 billion to boost sales in more lucrative markets such as electronics and paints.
By Somini Sengupta Nearly a quarter-century after gusts of poison gas leaked out of the Union Carbide pesticide factory here, killing thousands and turning this ancient city into a notorious symbol of industrial disaster, hundreds of tons of toxic waste still languish inside a tin-roofed warehouse in a corner of the old factory grounds, with a rolling, padlocked shutter for a gate.
By David Jolly The world economy faces a new round of price increases as some of the world's largest industrial companies on Tuesday accelerated the pace of passing higher raw materials costs on to customers. Dow Chemical, the biggest U.S.
Try to imagine a plastics factory. You're probably seeing an industrial eyesore belching smoke and fire into the sky at a city's edge.
By Banholzer, William F Watson, Keith J; Jones, Mark E Considering the range of possibilities and constraints, a major transformation of the chemical industry's current capital structure is unlikely for at least a few decades.