chemical operations


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chemical operations

[′kem·i·kəl ‚äp·ə′rā·shənz]
(ordnance)
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announced today that it has published a report on Total's global chemical operations as part of its Chemical Industry Analysis (CIA) Program, Third Edition.
Almost immediately, the firm began selling off smaller, non-core businesses to better focus its chemical operations.
Kerr-McGee's chemical operations generated just under $200 million of EBITDA, adjusting for non recurring items, in 2003.
Wide scope of gas and chemical operations supports multiple sites
announced today that it has published a detailed report on Koch Industries' global chemical operations as part of its Chemical Industry Analysis (CIA) Program, Third Edition.
announced today that it has published a detailed report on LG Chem's global chemical operations as part of its Chemical Industry Analysis (CIA) Program, Third Edition.
Energy costs are among the largest operational expenses for integrated refinery and chemical operations like the Texas City complex.
announced today that it has published a detailed report on SABIC's global chemical operations as part of its Chemical Industry Analysis (CIA) Program, Third Edition.
The group's principal activities are integrated petroleum and chemical operations and coal mining.