Videos
Dr. Wey - Head of Evonik Oil and Gas Industry

ADIPEC 2019: Insight to Evonik Oil & Gas Industry

Dr John Wey, Head of the Evonik Oil and Gas industry team, reflects on the company's participation in ADIPEC 2019.

ADIPEC Day 1

Day 1: Evonik on ADIPEC 2019

Evonik MEA Regional President, Dr. Schoenfelder, and Global VP for Product Line Technical Applications, Stuart Hayes share their first impressions at ADIPEC 2019.

Christian Kullman, CEO of Evonik

CEO Christian Kullmann explains Evonik's role in MEA 

Evonik has a long tradition in the Middle East and Africa. CEO Christian Kullmann explains the role oft the company in this region and gives an outlook to the future.

Riz

Three questions for Rizwan Waheed

Watch Rizwan Waheed- Business IT and CSR Specialist at Evonik Dubai, talk about his experiences and answer questions asked by his colleagues.#HumanChemistry 

Job Swap: Germany To Dubai

Job Swap: Germany to Dubai

Watch Evonik Employees travel to a different country, to work at a different Evonik Office and enjoy an opportunity of exploring a whole new working atmosphere.”
#JobSwap

Evonik in Kenya and East Africa

Evonik East Africa

Evonik’s office in Kenya serves as the hub for of East Africa and covers 8 countries including Ethiopia, Tanzania, Eritrea, Somalia, Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda. With a population of 300 million people, East Africa has a combined Gross Domestic Product of around 270 billion US Dollar.

Plasticizers in 60 seconds

Plasticizers in 60 Seconds

Evonik plasticizers are manufactured on the basis of isononyl alcohol (INA), and are used primarily for the manufacture of soft-PVC products and in industries such as construction and automotive industries for example.

We Are Evonik MEA

We Are Evonik MEA

Meet the Evonik team in the region.

HPPO Technology

HPPO Technology

An eco-friendly and cost-efficient direct synthesis of propylene oxide

How to turn carbon dioxide into green chemicals

How to turn carbon dioxide into green chemicals

Evonik and Siemens are going for a green future: Turning carbon dioxide into specialty chemicals, using a technical photosynthesis, of electricity from renewable sources and micro-organisms.