29 September 2010 14:57 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Canadian exports of monoethylene glycol (MEG) keep shifting to the ?xml:namespace>
Based on export data for the first six months, the
Only four years ago, exports from Canada’s four MEG plants to China were 10 times those to the US – with China in 2006 buying just over 1m tonnes of Canadian MEG and the US only 103,100 tonnes, the analyst said.
The drastic shift reflected the reduction in
At the same time, new MEG capacities built up in the Middle East and
The US and
On current trends, 2010 full-year Canadian MEG exports were running at an annual rate of 1.424m, Cummings said.
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