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  • News - 18 Aug 2005
    Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH has acquired a minority equity stake in Choren Industries GmbH, Freiberg/Saxony. Shell’s commitment sets the stage for construction of the world’s first...
  • News - 18 Aug 2005
    Russia and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) will require approximately 1,340 passenger airplanes over the next 20 years, according to The Boeing Company's annual...
  • News - 8 Aug 2005
    A global directive to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from buildings and move closer to Kyoto protocols is being developed by University of Melbourne researchers. Sara Wilkinson and Dr Richard...
  • News - 25 Jul 2005
    BASF Coatings and the Elastogran Group have signed an agreement on long-term and far-reaching cooperation in the coating of wood trim parts for the automotive industry. The signing of the agreement by...
  • News - 20 Jul 2005
    Further price cuts for both flat and long products in European markets were widely expected this month – and values have duly fallen. The Summer holiday season is usually a quiet period in the...
  • News - 21 Jun 2005
    Airbus announced orders and commitments for 280 airliners, which does not include undisclosed orders and commitments finalised during Le Bourget for 40 additional aircraft. The 280 orders and...
  • News - 16 Jun 2005
    Carnegie Mellon University researchers Granger Morgan, Jay Apt and Lester Lave will recommend to federal officials Thursday, June 16, in Washington, D.C., that carbon dioxide emissions from electric...
  • News - 16 Jun 2005
    In a unique event for Russia, the concrete gravity base substructure (CGBS) for the Sakhalin II Phase 2 Project's Lunskoye A platform began its epic journey to Sakhalin, when it was towed out of...
  • News - 16 Jun 2005
    BASF Coatings and Plastic Omnium Auto Exterior, the automotive equipment manufacturer specializing in the supply of plastic car body parts and modules, have set up a close partnership. The...
  • News - 15 Jun 2005
    The discovery of a gene in eucalypts believed to control wood formation could help scientists breed better trees for furniture making. Dr Lawrie Wilson and Dr Gerd Bossinger from the University of...

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