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Company Intelligence: LyondellBasell Industries

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LyondellBasell claims to be one of the world’s largest polymers, petrochemicals and fuels companies. Its businesses are divided into four divisions: polymers, chemicals, fuels and technology.

 

It is believed that the merged LyondellBasell company will have better upstream integration, linked technologies and markets. The merger provides scope for integration along the ethylene and propylene chains and brings more opportunities for upstream integration with the Lyondell owned North America refinery.

 

LyondellBasell says that it wants to achieve annual synergy savings of $420m by the third year following the merger and $200m of that amount in year one. It will also focus on value chain integration, operational excellence, customer and market focus and technological leadership.

 

Headquartered in the Netherlands, LyondellBasell in 2010 had combined annual sales of nearly $41bn and more than 14,860 employees worldwide.

 

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Key Personnel

 

Chief executive officer: Jim Gallogly

Chief operating officer: Ed Dineen

Chief financial officer: Kent Potter

Chief restructuring officer: Kevin McShea

Executive VP and chief legal officer: Craig Glidden

President (North America): Bart de Jong

Senior VP (Europe, Asia and International): Bhavesh (Bob) Patel

Senior VP (olefins and polyolefins Americas): Timothy Roberts

Senior VP (strategic planning and transactions): Sergey Vasnetsov 

HR and communications: Ian Dunn

General counsel: Cees Los

 

Chairman of the board: Marvin O'Schlanger

Member of supervisory board: Milton Carroll

Member of supervisory board: Bruce Smith

Member of supervisory board: Rudy van der Meer

Member of supervisory board: Joshua Harris

Member of supervisory board: Stephen Cooper

Member of supervisory board: Scott Kleinman

Member of supervisory board: Jeffrey Serota

Member of supervisory board: Marvin Schlanger

  

Contacts

 

PO Box 2416
3000 CK Rotterdam
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 10 275 5500

One Houston Centre, Suite 700
1221 McKinney Street

PO Box 3646 (77253-3646)
Houston, Texas 77010

US
 
Tel: +1 713 652 7200

 

12/F Caroline Centre
Lee Gardens Two
28 Yun Ping Road

Causeway Bay
Hong Kong

China

Tel: +852 2577 3855

 

www.lyondellbasell.com

LyondellBasell Industries Company Structure

LyondellBasell claims to be one of the world’s largest polymers, petrochemicals and fuels companies and a global leader in polyolefins technology, production and marketing; a pioneer in propylene oxide (PO) and derivatives; and a significant producer of fuels and refined products, including biofuels. On 20 December 2007, Lyondell and Basell completed its $19.4bn (Euro13.6bn) merger, forming LyondellBasell Industries.
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LyondellBasell Industries Strategy & Financial Highlights

On 20 December 2007, Lyondell and Basell completed the $19.4bn (€13.6bn) merger, forming LyondellBasell Industries. It is believed that the merged LyondellBasell company will have better upstream integration, linked technologies and markets. The acquisition provides scope for integration along the ethylene and propylene chains and brings more opportunities for upstream integration with the Lyondell owned North America refinery. (Edited from: “A new global leader” LyondellBasell, “strategic fit presentation”), ICIS also provides you with key financial data listed in table form. More about LyondellBasell Industries Strategy & Financial Highlights

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