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Ethylene Oxide US Transcript
The weekly US Ethylene Oxide report covers a monthly contract price range for medium to larger buyers.
It contains key news and analysis of the weekly downstream markets. The Ethylene Oxide price is formula driven and prices movement is key to the movement in Ethylene prices.
The report is prepared after speaking with produces and traders of ethylene oxide and well as producers, consumers, traders in the ethylene glycol market. The report helps Ethylene Oxide market participants to keep up with the market. It helps them make sound business and financial decisions.
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US ethylene oxide (EO) contract values were flat to down from August to October, on the back of similar trends in feedstock ethylene.
EO contracts were rolled over from August to September at 65.80-75.30 cents/lb FOB before declining 1% to 65.00-74.50 cents/lb FOB in October.
The majority of EO contracts are formula-based, and price movement composes 80% of the change in the ethylene price and an additional conversion fee, or adder. EO is assessed at the beginning of the month for the previous month’s price.
EO supply is said to be tight in the quarter, stemming from ethylene supply issues related to ongoing repairs of the Evangeline Pipeline in Louisiana. The pipeline is not expected to run at full rates until the end of this year or the start of 2014.
Demand is at a seasonal lull, driven by downtime in the downstream anti-freeze and surfactants sectors.
Updated to mid-November 2013
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