11 April 2013 10:25 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON/SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Around 300,000 tonnes of deep-sea naphtha supply from the US are expected to land in Asia in May, aggravating the ample supply situation in the region at a time of weakening petrochemical demand, traders said on Thursday.
“The barrels are from the US Gulf Coast. It’s massive this time,” said a trader.
Additional reporting by Felicia Loo
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