The chemistry business helps create chemical products that make us safer
The chemical products helps create chemicals that make us safer
February 20, 2021 David Stannis
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Chemical products help us create chemical products that make us safer -- at home, at work, at play, on the road, and even on the battlefield. Modern chemicals have been developed with the help of 544,000 American employees, and with the latest technology constantly evolving, our lives are much safer.
This is followed by a list of chemicals that may be produced through the chemical industry and have an impact on our daily lifestyle:
Plastic seat belts, baby seats and airbags have saved countless lives on the road.
LED traffic lights, reflective signs and foam-filled crash drums made us feel relaxed.
Stores of medical supplies, X-rays, blood bags and pills are stored in the emergency room.
Bicyclists, skiers, hikers, climbers and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds rely on CFRP systems and protection, from skis and boots to goggles and ropes.
Lightweight bulletproof vests have saved life in law enforcement and on the battlefield.
The MRES is packaged in plastic and can properly supply food to infantry in the field, then heat itself with chemicals.
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Many investors, analysts and energy executives are calling for further consolidation in the oil industry, where cost cuts and operational efficiencies will help the company weather the pandemic-induced recession and prepare for an uncertain future.
Energy analyst Paul San-key first floated the idea of combining Chevron and ExxonMobil in October. The combined company would have a market capitalization of about $300 billion and debt of about $100 billion, he said. Together, the two companies could cut $15 billion in overheads and $10 billion in annual capital spending.
Some analysts say the combination of the two companies to create the world's second largest oil company could change the global energy market.
Last year, a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, the world's largest oil exporter, triggered a panicked plunge in international oil prices that devastated the U.S. oil industry and forced many U.S. companies to go bankrupt, lay off employees and merge.
Reuters says the price war highlights the vulnerability of U.S. oil companies. Compared with other countries, the U.S. government's ability to interfere with oil companies is limited. U.S. oil companies compete with each other and set different production targets. If the two companies merge, it would be an American oil major's best chance to compete with Saudi Arabia and other big national oil companies.
In the longer term, further consolidation in the oil industry can also prepare for future uncertainty and transformation. In response to climate change, many countries are reducing their reliance on fossil fuels.
Unlike their European peers BP and Shell, Exxon Mobil and Chevron have not made big investments in renewables, opting instead to double their investments in oil and gas projects. Both companies agree that the world will need a lot of fossil fuels in the coming decades, and that the current lack of investment in oil production will create a mismatch between supply and demand.