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March 18, 2013
09:04 EDTWMB, HONWilliams to build and operate PDH facility in Alberta, Canada
Williams (WMB) announced that it has sanctioned construction of a propane dehydrogenation, or PDH, facility in Alberta, Canada. The new PDH facility, the first and only in Canada, will allow Williams to significantly increase production of polymer-grade propylene from its Canadian operations. Williams is the only company in Canada currently producing polymer-grade propylene, a valuable petrochemical feedstock used in plastics manufacturing. The company estimates capital expenditures of up to C$900M to be funded with expected cash flow from its Canadian operation and international cash on hand. Pending appropriate permitting approvals, the PDH facility is scheduled to go into service in the second quarter of 2016. Williams has selected Honeywell’s (HON) UOP as the vendor to provide the UOP Oleflex process technology for the dehydrogenation process.
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September 29, 2014
05:39 EDTHONHoneywell, Tata Power SED sign agreement for India defense industry
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September 17, 2014
06:53 EDTHONWhite House says companies taking steps to reduce HFCs emissions
The Obama Administration yesterday announced new private sector commitments and executive actions to reduce emissions of hydroflourocarbons, or HFCs, powerful greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, the Shite House stated. Coca-Cola (KO) has set a goal for 100 percent of its newly purchased cold drink equipment to be HFC-free, .while DuPont (DD),, announced that its new products are anticipated to reduce greenhouse gas content of refrigerants by some 90M tons carbon dioxide equivalent in the U.S., and 245M tons worldwide by 2025, the White House noted. Honeywell (HON) plans to transition the majority of its high-GWP HFC production to new low-GWP production, while Johnson Controls (JCI) committed to using the lowest GWP option for each application that best fits the needs of its customers from the standpoint of safety, efficiency, reliability, availability, and economy, according to the White House Johnson Controls also commits to spend $50M over the next three years to develop new products and improve and expand its existing low-GWP portfolio.
September 16, 2014
16:35 EDTHONHoneywell coverage resumed with a Buy at Stifel
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11:03 EDTHONHoneywell ups production of low-global-warming materials
Honeywell announced that it will increase production of its low-global-warming-potential refrigerants, insulation materials, aerosols and solvents, and, prior to 2020, will drive a 50% reduction in its annual production of high-GWP hydrofluorocarbons on a CO2 equivalent basis. The company projects that use of its low-GWP Solstice HFC replacements will eliminate more than 350 million metric tons in CO2 equivalents by 2025. The company and its suppliers anticipate spending nearly $900M in R&D and new capacity, mainly in the U.S., in the coming years to produce next-generation refrigerants, insulation materials, aerosols and solvents, which have global warming potentials equal to or better than carbon dioxide and at least 99% lower than most technologies used today. Honeywell has invested nearly $350M to date and today announced that it and its suppliers plan to spend approximately $550M more to support the new products.
09:44 EDTWMBMorgan Stanley to hold a summit
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