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Exxon Exec: Plastics Demand Will Intensity Carbon Emissions

A rising demand for plastics and energy in developing countries will increase global carbon emissions until about 2030, an ExxonMobil executive said yesterday at National Association of Manufacturing luncheon. As reported by FuelFix, ExxonMobil Chemical president Neil Chapman projects the demand for plastics and other chemicals will increase more than 4 percent a year, double […]
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