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China’s Shale Gas Potential

By John Richardson

THE shale-gas revolution, which, of course, is already well underway in the US, could also have major implications for petrochemicals in China.

China has 1,275 trillion cubic feet of recoverable shale-gas reserves, according to the Energy Information …

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Constant Search For Feedstock Advantage

By John Richardson

AROUND $6bn worth of proposed petrochemical investments in Kazakhstan – the giant central Asian country with abundant oil and gas reserves – once again confirms the three most important factors for success: Feedstock, feedstock and feedstock.

“The …

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Banking on gas

By Malini Hariharan

Is the International Energy Agency (IEA) being extremely bullish in predicting a ‘golden age’ for natural gas over the next 25 years?

In a recently released report (available here) the IEA forecasts a 55% growth in global …

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China, Russia To Boost Iranian Ethylene Trade?

Iran’s South Pars gas field

Source of picture: www.petropars.com

 

By John Richardson

THE ability of Iran to further exploit its huge natural gas reserves – and in so doing maintain ethylene exports at constant levels throughout the year – …

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