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March 31, 2014
09:05 EDTDOW, MITSYDow-Mitsui Chlor-Alkali facility initiates full-scale, chemical production
Dow Chemical (DOW) announced that its joint venture membrane chlor-alkali facility with Mitsui & Co (MITSY) of Tokyo, Japan successfully initiated full-scale, commercial production. Dow’s share of the chlorine produced at the Dow-Mitsui Chlor-Alkali Freeport, Texas, facility will serve the growing feedstock needs of its performance- and market-driven businesses. In addition, Dow will market the caustic soda on behalf of the joint venture. The new facility has a name plate capacity of approximately 800 kilotons per annum of chlorine. As previously announced in December 2013, this new world scale facility will replace 800 KTA of older capacity on the site.
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March 18, 2015
07:56 EDTDOWDow Chemical management to meet with Deutsche Bank
Field trip to company headquarters in to be held in Midland, MI on March 18 hosted by Deutsche Bank.
March 16, 2015
11:58 EDTDOWDuPont retreats after Bank of America two notch downgrade to sell
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March 13, 2015
10:01 EDTDOWDow Chemical unit signs long-term agreement with wind farm
As a part of Dow’s Energy Plan and its Sustainability Goals, The Dow Chemical Company has taken another step towards reducing its own carbon “footprint.” Marking milestone progress, Dow’s Energy business has signed a long-term agreement with a new wind farm, currently under development in South Texas by a subsidiary of Bordas Wind Energy, LLC, a joint venture between MAP and Enerverse, LLC. The wind farm, to be complete in 1Q16, will span nearly 35,000 acres, and will supply Dow’s Freeport Texas Manufacturing facility with 200 MW of wind power annually, equivalent to the amount of electricity needed to power more than 55,000 homes. Dow is on track to meet its 2025 renewable energy goal as part of its Sustainability Goal commitments.

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