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One of the world's largest chemical companies has established itself as a leader in the solar energy sector by providing materials to manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells. At a time when two-thirds of other providers went out of business, this company has successfully balanced its client portfolio and expanded its business in this sector.Learn more about our client’s successes
This national oil company wanted to give investors confidence so they developed a two-pronged strategy to grow its core oil business and set the stage for launching a new chemical business, while staying abreast of market changes and avoiding up to $4 billion in potential costs/risk to its reputation.Learn more about our client’s successes
This US subsidiary of the global industry leader – with headquarters in Japan and operations in 25 countries – compiled a list of more than 400 market opportunities before selecting 5 priorities and developing action plans to accelerate entry and increase traction in new markets. All five plans were approved by the parent company's CEO.Learn more about our client's successes
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Praxair has signed a 15-year agreement with Celanese to supply the company with carbon monoxide, oxygen, and nitrogen in the US Gulf Coast (USGC). As part of the agreement, Praxair will invest more than $300 million to build a plant to supply the gases and build an air separation unit on its nitrogen and oxygen pipeline network. Together with the previously announce..more
Perstorp's net loss widened to 428 million Swedish krona ($47.95 million) in the fourth quarter of 2016, from a SKr227-million loss one year earlier, according to the company. The company's EBITDA, excluding non-recurring items, nevertheless rose to SKr 477 million in the fourth quarter from SKr238 million in the year-earlier period. The increas..more
Gail India (New Delhi) has posted a 46% rise in profit for its fiscal third quarter, ended 31 December 2016, boosted by its petrochemicals business, which swung to profit. Group profit rose to 9.83 billion Indian rupees ($146.7 million) in the October-December 2016 quarter. Sales fell 9%, to Rs122.94 billion reflecting a decline in natural gas sales. R..more