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Keyword: Tom Crotty

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Chemical Industry Welcomes Brexit Deal but Holds its Breath

29.11.2018 - The UK chemical industry was quick to support a draft UK-European Union Brexit withdrawal agreement when it was published in mid-November. “We have given it a cautious welcome,”...

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UK Chemical Companies Start to Fear the Worst with Brexit

24.11.2017 - In a little over a year, the UK will be withdrawing from the European Union. Yet the future of the country and its chemicals industry is even more uncertain now than it was when a...

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Marc Schuller of Arkema Follows Ineos' Tom Crotty as new EPCA President

03.10.2017 - The European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) announced the name of its new president. Concluding the closing lunch session of the EPCA 51st Annual Meeting in Berlin, Tom Crotty...

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Winners of European Youth Debating Competition Announced

01.10.2017 - The 2017 series of the European Youth Debating Competition targeting young students aged 16 to 19 throughout Europe concluded with the finals in Berlin, on October 1. Organized by...

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Ineos Stands by Shale Despite Price Slump

02.02.2016 - Even with many shale gas projects now on ice due to the ongoing erosion of crude prices, Ineos remains bullish. Chairman Jim Ratcliffe told the British newspaper The Telegraph that...

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UK Parliament Rejects Calls to Restore Fracking Halt

28.01.2015 - A push by members of the parliamentary Environment Audit Committee (EAC) to reimpose a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the UK has been defeated in the House of...

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Talent and Technology

03.12.2012 - The European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) represents over 650 producers of chemicals and their service providers from 55 different countries that stand for an aggregate...

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