29 September 2008 15:14 [Source: ICIS news]
MONTE CARLO (ICIS news)--Monoethylene glycol (MEG) is being diverted to the US from Europe in order to help fill the gap due to supply and production disruptions caused by Hurricane Ike, players said on Monday.?xml:namespace>
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Previous reports suggested 20,000-30,000 tonnes of material was due into
Scheduled shutdowns in the
“There is plenty [of MEG] to replenish the shortfall,” said a reseller.
Ike made landfall on the
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