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Key Trends in Energy and the Chemical Value Chain

Innovation

The energy sector and the chemical industry needs leaders who can inspire, understand trends and disruptive change, and who are not afraid to fail. Fast, open innovation through collaboration, novel processes, and AI are just some of the elements that will redefine the future for energy and chemical companies and downstream processors.

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Solving the Digital Dilemma

Competition is causing leaders to embrace digital technology. Across the integrated supply chain, automation and digital technologies already contribute to efficiency; now entire business processes require a re-think. A holistic approach led by executives with the skills to work across functional boundaries and integrate data along the entire value chain will enable agile companies to compete.

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Sustainability

It’s time to embrace sustainability as a way of being. Consumer pressure and increasing legislation leave the industry with no other option. Whether its responding to climate change, air pollution or calls for a circular economy, energy transition and a sustainable approaches have become a condition for being in business. Handling the consequent complexity requires leaders with values that go beyond the bottom line.

When it comes to sustainability, we aspire to the same standards as our clients. We are proud to have been awarded a Bronze rating by Ecovadis in 2022.

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Innovation

The energy sector and the chemical industry needs leaders who can inspire, understand trends and disruptive change, and who are not afraid to fail. Fast, open innovation through collaboration, novel processes, and AI are just some of the elements that will redefine the future for energy and chemical companies and downstream processors.

Latest News in Energy and Chemical Value Chain

February 17, 2024

INEOS Inovyn launches Ultra Low Carbon Chlor-Alkali range

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

INEOS Inovyn announces a new Ultra Low Carbon range (ULC) of Chlor-Alkali products that reduce the carbon footprint of caustic soda, caustic potash and chlorine by up to 70% compared to industry averages. The new range uses renewable energy sources to power INEOS Inovyn manufacturing sites.

February 17, 2024

Solvay completes coal phase-out at Wyoming soda ash plant

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

Solvay operates seven soda ash plants worldwide. Beyond Green River, coal is being phased out at two of the company’s plants in France and Germany. By the end of 2024, the Rheinberg, Germany site will become the first soda ash plant in the world to be powered primarily with renewable energy.

February 17, 2024

Chemours names new board member

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

The Chemours Company has named Pamela Fletcher to its board of directors, effective March 1. Fletcher, formerly the chief sustainability officer at Delta Air Lines Inc., takes the seat of Sandra Phillips Rogers, who has opted not to stand for reelection to the company’s board.

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