Environmentalists, concerned about the safety of LNG, allege ‘coverup’ as a New York investment firm quietly lays the groundwork to export liquid fuels from Pennsylvania’s rich Marcellus Shale natural gas fields to foreign markets.
The split -- both companies now have headquarters on DuPont’s suburban Wilmington campus -- wraps up the 2015 agreement that joined the former E.I. DuPont de Nemours with rival Dow Chemical Co. of Midland, Mich., into a conglomerate known as DowDuPont.
The country’s growing muscle as a natural gas exporter isn’t only seen by the Trump administration as an economic boon at home — it’s also viewed as a foreign policy tool. That view was articulated Tuesday as the Department of Energy announced the approval of liquefied natural gas exports from...
Hedge fund billionaires jammed Dow Chemical and DuPont together, sold and shut factories, and now are splitting the group into three. The billionaires said this would make investors rich. Instead, share prices are down, and other investors are prowling Wilmington looking to buy what's left.
A handful of independent stores in the Philadelphia region offer better deals on dryers and dish washers than major retailers like Home Depot and Best Buy, according to a price check by undercover shoppers.
In a process similar to composting, trash is dried in batches for 10 to 14 days, while air circulates through it and microbes break down organic material. The facility then sifts out glass, metals and PVC. What remains is shredded.
The claims largely center on money from an insurance policy — brokered by a third Jersey behemoth: Conner Strong & Buckelew, the brokerage headed by political powerhouse George Norcross, who sits on Holtec’s board of directors.