December 2000

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Global forces impact chem engineer’s role

Fueled by advances in information and telecommunications technology, physical and cultural borders are crumbling, creating the foundation for a truly integrated global community. "Chemi..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Fueled by advances in information and telecommunications technology, physical and cultural borders are crumbling, creating the foundation for a truly integrated global community. "Chemical engineering is a field that is particularly well positioned to capitalize on the effects of globalization," according to a new AIChE report. This assessment offers a look at the future operating environment for chemical engineering and the impact of globalization on individual engineers. It explores new opportunities for chemical engineering services in the emerging markets of Asia, Europe and Latin America. Emerging issues of particul

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