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Adrian Beale joins Integra in Houston

Trader Integra announced today that Adrian Beale will be joining its Houston office from 1 September 2012. “Adrian is currently a director with CMAI in Houston. He will be joining the Intermediates trading team and working together with the traders in the different regions,” the company emailed the Blog. 

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ICIS Olefins Conference – Brussels 2011

It was only a one-day conference but it crammed in everything from crude oil to refinery closures, shale gas, ethylene margins, butadiene shortage, alternative butadiene technologies, terminals, shipping, piracy, changing trade flows, predicted derivative closures, North Africa, polymers, biopolymers, subsidies and REACH.   (For all the news from the ICIS 6th World Olefins Conference, Brussels, […]

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Abdulrahman Al Seriea joins Integra

Abdulrahman Al Seriea has joined Integra’s trading team in charge of petrochemicals in the Middle East, the company announced by email on Wednesday.   He started working from the company’s newly established base in Riyadh on 25 April 2010. He previously worked for 20 years for SABIC in Riyadh, with various positions in aromatics and […]

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Integra recruits two Brussels traders

Philippe Geominne has joined trading house Integra to trade liquids at its offices in Brussels, Belgium, the company’s executive director Gine Fyffe said on Monday.   Geominne was previously a trader at Helm Benelux.   Meanwhile, John Clement, formerly of INEOS Olefins & Polyolefins, would be trading propylene for Integra from August.   By: Nel […]

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Polden to leave Integra Marketing

Reidun Polden is to leave Integra Marketing in the first week of February, the company announced on Tuesday. Reidun was trading ethylene and propylene at Integra at its offices in Belgium. “Reidun will be returning to Norway for personal reasons, and we wish her all the best,” said Gina Fyffe, executive director olefins.

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Darkness and neglect at Le Balmoral

On the way to dinner at Le Saint-Benoit, we pass the dark and shuttered hulk of the former Balmoral Hotel, looming darkly over the bay. This was a haven to past generations from Shell, Integra and then ICIS, famed for its 1950s wallpaper and candlewick bedspreads and fondly referred to as the “Immoral”. It plays a proud part in petrochemical industry history.

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