Changes in the Energy Market and Their Impact on the Chemical Industry

Originally delivered Apr 14, 2009
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    Intermediate
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Unprecedented volatility in the price of feedstocks and concerns over global warming have spurred the search for economically viable and environmentally sound alternatives. How are these forces impacting the chemical industry? How will scientists and chemical engineers solve the world's problems in ways that allow businesses to capture value? Dr. Banholzer reviews the complex relationship between the chemical industry and market demands. Several proposed solutions are evaluated, along with an overview of how Dow's innovation engine is poised to answer the call.

This is the second in a 3-part series on Energy.Please note that each webinar in the series requires separate registration, and has been designed to function as both a standalone presentation and a component in the series. The other webinars in the series are A Perspective on the World's Energy Challenge and Challenges for Global Energy.

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Dr. William F. Banholzer

William F. (Bill) Banholzer is Executive Vice President, Ventures, New Business Development and Licensing, and Chief Technology Officer for The Dow Chemical Company. He is a member of Dow’s Executive Leadership Committee, which is responsible for corporate strategy and financial performance, and also of the Strategy Board, responsible for the review and approval of the Company’s strategy and resource allocation decisions. As CTO, Banholzer has responsibility for driving innovation, value creation and leading Dow’s global research and development activities

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