Plentiful supplies of natural gas from shale have created a decisive competitive advantage for America’s chemical manufacturers that is attracting billions in new investment to the United States, increasing exports of manufactured goods and...
The American Chemistry Council (ACC), the New York State Chemical Alliance and The Business Council of New York State, today hosted a policy forum, “Transforming New York’s Energy Future: Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth,” where more than a...
If New York emulated Pennsylvania by using hydraulic fracturing to gain access to vast sources of natural gas from shale, it would galvanize economic growth in the Empire State and add $8 billion in income for upstate New Yorkers, according to a...
Momentive Performance Materials' Waterford plant and SABIC's Selkirk plant were among those honored by the American Chemistry Council for energy efficiency work during 2012.
In addition to recycling and composting, there’s another way communities can help fight climate change – by converting more of their waste into energy.
In recognition of their commitment to and achievement in energy efficiency, ACC presented 66 Responsible Care® Energy Efficiency Awards to 17 member companies. Ten of the winners were deemed programs of “Exceptional Merit.”
At the 2013 Responsible Care Conference and Expo this week, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) honored 17 of its member companies for implementing energy-efficiency improvements in 2012.
A bill viewed as a bellwether of the Senate’s appetite for passing energy-efficiency legislation breezed through the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Wednesday.
American Chemistry Council (ACC) issued the following statement regarding U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee passage of the Shaheen-Portman energy efficiency legislation (S. 761):
The Marcellus Shale, a 600-mile formation brimming with natgas, is wedging itself into the conversation of the U.S. energy boom, to the Keystone State's benefit.