India’s pollution crisis threatens chemicals industry approach to growth
18th January 2019 by

By John Richardson THE ten most polluted cities in the world are all in Northern India. It is theref...

Scenario 1 inevitable? Are you really, really, hand on heart, that sure?
14th December 2018 by

ICIS and the UK–based chemicals company International eChem had the privilege of making a pres...

Share buyback boost to US stocks a major danger as recession risks grow
12th December 2018 by

Just to once again stress that what follows are as always my personal views, and are open to debate,...

Holding petchem CEOs to account: tackling societal needs the route to success
7th December 2018 by

By John Richardson IF WE all had a dollar for every time we’d heard the phrase, “the growth of t...

Internal combustion engines, car ownership to quickly head the way of horses and carts
2nd December 2018 by

By John Richardson THE PICTURE on the left shows the Easter Day Parade in New York in 1900. As you c...

Complacency, LLDPE and plastic waste: A collapse in demand
19th November 2018 by

By John Richardson THE TECHNICAL people, those with PHDs in polymer science who have also spent year...

Polymers industry risks sleepwalking into sustainability crisis
31st October 2018 by

GLOBALLY some 75% of aluminium is recycled, 86% of steel and 40% of glass. Why shouldn’t the same ...

Sustainability to stop petchems from dominating oil growth…..
5th October 2018 by

….and oil consumption into petchems might even decline because of the plastics rubbish crisis ...

Rise in sustainable mobility on new social trends: Impact on PP
12th September 2018 by

By John Richardson ENVIRONMENTAL concerns over wasting the earth’s resources are one factor behind...

Why Trade War Will Continue Throughout 2019 And Impact On Polyethylene
29th August 2018 by

By John Richardson A MISCALCULATION by the White House could be one of several reasons why the US/Ch...

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