Chemicals company Evonik wants to replace natural gas

The chemicals company Evonik wants to partially replace natural gas with other substances at its German sites. In total, up to 40 percent of Evonik’s German natural gas supply could be replaced without significantly restricting chemical production, the company reported in Essen on Monday.

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