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ICIS produces a weekly Ethylbenzene report which contains a spot range for free on board North West Europe prices.
Because most of the aromatics players in the region are integrated, spot business for ethylbenzene is fairly uncommon so the price assessments we do are based on what the feedstocks are doing.
The report takes both the current spot levels for benzene and styrene into account as well as the monthly ethylene contract price and the Dollar to Euro exchange rate and formulates the cost of ethylbenzene production.
So, this way you are able to determine whether the EB route for styrene production is financially viable depending on where prices for ethylene, benzene and styrene are.
The report also offers weekly commentary on those products, production news or any general information about what is driving the market. It is a widely read report by our subscribers who find it useful because it allows them to gauge the economics of the market on a week to week basis.
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Updated to Q3 2016
The European ethylbenzene (EB) market saw a steady decline in the benzene/styrene spread over Q3. Styrene prices started to drift lower in July as regional availability improved, while benzene numbers edged higher on the back of tighter supply in Europe due to some production outages.
August saw a rollover for the styrene barge settlement, while the August benzene contract was up by €67/tonne. Both markets saw a drop in spot pricing over the course of the month and the spread was holding around the $300/tonne level.
Styrene spot levels dipped below $1,000/tonne early in the month and have yet to recover following further erosion during the course of September. Benzene spot numbers dropped below $700/tonne by the end of August and hovered just below this level throughout September.
Limited movement on both markets is anticipated for October given current spot indications for the upcoming month.
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