The industry's feedstock use of natural gas is expected to rise by 3 percent annually through 2025.
A state takes the winning title and the loser is facing some costly consequences.
The goal is to make communication more clear and consistent.
The discovery could pave the way for the "holy grail of electrochemical energy storage."
The Borger police Lt. says plant officials say the gas release is contained.
The rule would create temporary pesticide-free zones.
Scientists could be edging closer to greatly reduced waste from nuclear power plants.
The AP report on CEO pay in the U.S. has not been kind to oil and gas bosses.
EPA officials hope cleanup work will begin later this year.
The company came under fire earlier this year following a "60 Minutes" report.
The findings potentially pave the way for sustainable chemical production.
Researchers believe newly developed chemical catalysts could soon ease costs.
Federal labor officials announced 11 citations and nearly $100,000 in fines for DuPont.
Marine scientists argue that the chemicals require further study.
Minnesota is one step closer to enacting the nation's strictest ban on fire retardant chemicals.
The toxins might include dioxin, which can cause several dangerous health problems.
A panel recommended that the state add BPA to its list of harmful chemicals.
Science is often left out of the process of informing the public about disasters.
It’s taken so long to complete, the new nuclear plant will run on 1970s-era technology.
Dow Chemical hopes drones could eventually provide crucial safety services at its plants and take employees out of harm's way.
“Science wasn’t just a part of the show,” Dr. Donna Nelson said during her keynote. “Science was the star of the show.”
Researchers believe a newly developed system could substitute solar energy for fossil fuels in a variety of industrial processes.
Lumber Liquidators also said last week in a regulatory filing that the Justice Department is seeking charges under the Lacey Act which, among other things, bans illegally sourced wood products.
Here’s a quick look inside the mammoth facility, by the numbers.
The issue also arose recently following concerns over laminate flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators and others.
“This report demonstrates what many in the industry have believed: that safer chemicals are the future, not just for safety and health, but for business itself,” ASBC CEO David Levine said in a statement.
Here’s a look at which companies have big plans to fight climate change, who still denies it, and how chemicals companies play a unique role in the debate.
Toxic fluids used in drilling and hydraulic fracturing likely escaped an unlined borehole and migrated thousands of feet into a residential drinking-water supply in Pennsylvania, according to a study published Monday.
The company says the cuts will reduce its workforce by 1,500 to 1,750 positions. Dow Chemical employed about 53,000 people worldwide at the end of last year.
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