16 April 2007 07:51 [Source: ICIS news]
By Prema Viswanathan
SHANGHAI (ICIS news)--The Middle East share of global polyethylene (PE) exports would increase significantly by 2010 as new capacities come on stream, an industry official said on Monday.
Ng was making a presentation on behalf of Hamad Al Terkait, president and CEO of EQUATE Petrochemical Co, at the 3rd ICIS Asian Polymers conference in
Exports of low density PE (LDPE) from the
Supply of PE in the
Global PE demand was forecast to increase to 77m tonnes/year in 2008, up from 65m tonnes/year in 2005.
The conference started on Monday and ends on Tuesday.
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