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Weak margins hit earnings

By Malini Hariharan

It is the results season and numbers posted so far confirm that the last quarter has been rough with depressed demand, weak product prices and firm feedstock costs affecting earnings.

Siam Cement Group’s EBITDA for the chemicals …

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India petchem projects update

By Malini Hariharan

India’s major petrochemical projects are inching forward very slowly and the blog will not be surprised if there are more delays along the way.

Reliance has yet to kick start its 1.4-1.6m tonnes/year cracker project adjacent to …

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India Polymers Shine But Questions Persist

By Malini Hariharan

Optimism has returned to the Indian polymer market fuelled by a sharp recovery in prices and buying sentiment over the last few weeks across Asia.

The talk these days is mainly about tightness in availability of polyethylene …

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India PP dumping: The story continues

By Malini Hariharan

The fight against anti-dumping duties (ADD) imposed by India on polypropylene (PP) exported by Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Oman is not yet over.

Some of the major companies that face ADD have taken the matter to the …

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Reliance Reveals Major Investment Plans

 

 

By Malini Hariharan

India’s Reliance Industries is evaluating investments in a number of chemicals including olefins and derivatives, acetyls, elastomers and fibre intermediates to increase its petrochemicals production from crude, a senior company executive has told the blog.…

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Reliance’s polyester play

By Malini Hariharan

With Indian polyester demand growing steadily at 10%/year Reliance Industries has renewed its focus on expansions along the chain.

Projects that were put on hold after the 2008 economic crisis have been revived and deadlines set.

The …

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China Economic Hype And Crude Oil

Let’s catch the bus from now on….

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By John Richardson

THE blog has long been worried about the difficulty, probably the impossibility, of accurately measuring real Chinese growth.

And it gets harder as the country …

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