Petrochemicals go to the Oscars


It was a stellar night for petrochemicals at the Oscars.
Daniel Day-Lewis won Best Actor for “There Will Be Blood”, a film about a ruthless oil prospector and first reviewed here on the Blog in November.
“No Country for Old Men”, set in the wide open spaces of oil-rich Texas, swept the board with four Oscars.
And in Oscar fashion news, Tilda Swinton, winner of Best Supporting Actress in “Michael Clayton”, where she plays the general counsel of an evil fertilizer company, turned up for the Oscars ceremony “like an otter rising from an oil slick” according to one fashion columnist, and “wearing a plastic bin bag” according to another.


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