Eni: an Italian company at work all over the world
Eni operates in 73 different countries around the globe, with roughly 33,000 men and women working for eni. Eni is an energy company, working to build a future where everyone can access energy resources efficiently and sustainably. Eni work is based on passion and innovation, on their unique strengths and skills, on the quality of the people and in recognising that diversity across all aspects of their operations and organisation is something to be cherished. Eni believes in the value of long term partnerships with the countries and communities where operates.
CHINA CATALYST HOLDING CO., LTD. (hereinafter referred to as CCH) is a comprehensive enterprise group registered in State Administration for Industry and Commerce. The headquarters is located Dalian. With the ability to research and develop proprietary technology of core catalysts, develop chemical process package and manufacture fine and specialty chemicals, CCH becomes one of the first high-tech modern enterprise groups that has relatively complete chemical industry chain.
By accelerating the industrial layout to adapt to the rapid development of enterprise, with high performance products and professional services, CCH established solid cooperation relations with a number of domestic chemical groups in recent years. The relevant catalyst and fine chemical products are widely used in petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, agrochemical and other major industries.
CCH, based on the research of specialized science, relying on itself a great deal of experience in process design and technology transformation, supply the state of the art quality catalysts，technical package and fine chemicals for domestic and international market.
CASALE is a privately owned Swiss Company, wholly owned by CASALE HOLDING, with headquarters in Lugano (Switzerland).
The origins of today’s Casale are deeply rooted in the pioneering age when the ammonia industry was created. Ammonia Casale, the original company, was established in Lugano (Switzerland) in 1921 with the purpose to license the ammonia process newly developed by its founder Luigi Casale. His flair of innovation has been preserved and continuously nurtured over the decades-long history of his Company and still deeply permeates the culture of today’s Casale. Drawing upon its creativity and thanks to significant investment in the development of core technologies and know-how for the production of Ammonia, Urea, Melamine, Methanol, Syngas, Nitrates and Phosphates Casale is nowadays able to provide, for plant retrofits and new plants, a comprehensive range of services and products.
ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs. We hold an industry-leading inventory of resources and are one of the world’s largest integrated refiners, marketers of petroleum products and chemical manufacturers.
2017 marks the 10th volume of ChemSusChem. Since the journal published its first papers on December 4, 2007, countless achievements have been reported in the name of sustainability, many of which we were very happy to cover in the journal. Given the continuing drive to increase the sustainability of chemical processes, as well as challenges such as climate change and the increasing scarcity of traditional raw materials, it could be said that modern chemistry should first and foremost be sustainable chemistry. ChemSusChem is therefore well-placed to maintain its broad appeal for the foreseeable future.
ChemPubSoc Europe is an organization of 16 continental European chemical societies. It was founded in the late 1990s. The amalgamation of 15 chemical journals owned by national chemical societies resulted in the formation of 13 high-quality European journals. ChemPubSoc Europe also owns the ChemViews Magazine.
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