Trinseo is restarting the sales process for its Styrenics business, and it will focus on marketing individual plants and regional businesses, the US-based styrenics and engineered materials producer said on Thursday.
Trinseo had paused the process in July 2022 because of economic uncertainty and deterioration in financial markets.
Prior to that, the company had planned to sell its feedstocks and polystyrene segments as well as its 50% stake in Americas Styrenics (AmSty). Trinseo and Chevron Phillips Chemical own equal stakes in AmSty.
By Al Greenwood
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The quest to develop hydrogen as a clean energy source that could curb our dependence on fossil fuels may lead to an unexpected place — coal. A team of Penn State scientists found that coal may represent a potential way to store hydrogen gas, much like batteries store energy for future use, addressing a major hurdle in developing a clean energy supply chain.
WE Soda (London), a major producer of soda ash, said it intends to launch an IPO and apply to list its shares on the main market of the London Stock Exchange. The company, wholly owned by industrial conglomerate the Ciner Group (Istanbul, Turkey), said it is the world’s largest producer of natural soda ash.