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Jim Becker, vice president, polymers and sustainability at Chevron Phillips Chemical, manages the company's sustainability program in addition to its polymers business, so his mission is not only to ensure the responsible manufacture of company products amid rising global demand, but also to identify proactive, sustainable solutions to various global issues.
Petrochemicals Senior Vice President Ron Corn spoke with ICIS on the product advantages offered by Chevron Phillips Chemical’s Aromax® Technology.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC today announced it is enhancing its sustainability efforts to eliminate plastic pellet spills by becoming a member of Operation Clean Sweep Blue (OCS Blue).
President and CEO Mark Lashier spoke with ICIS about the company’s market performance and strategy evolution.
Petrochemical Conversion Company Ltd. (PCC) announced the successful transport of four process modules to the Port of Jubail in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the company's new world-scale nylon 6,6 plant in Al-Jubail.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP announced today it is studying the addition of a world-scale 1-Hexene unit. The addition would expand normal alpha olefins (NAO) production, marketed under the brand name Alpha Plus®.
Effective February 13, 2019, Carolyn Burke joins Chevron Phillips Chemical Company as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Mark Lashier discusses the Alliance to End Plastic Waste.
President and CEO Mark Lashier was featured in a recent Houston Chronicle Q&A where he discussed the company’s growth opportunities and 2019 industry trends.
Company advances sustainability efforts through historic collaboration with top global businesses
Ken Hope, global technical services manager for Chevron Phillips Chemical’s polyalphaolefins (PAO) division, spoke with Tribology and Lubrication Technology (TLT) magazine about innovation in the PAO arena for vehicles’ fuel efficiency.
Chevron Phillips Chemical was highlighted in a Houston Chronicle story titled, “Reporter’s Notebook: ‘Gold-collar’ Workers Growing More Vital in Oil and Gas Industry.”