The Top 10 Middle East regional leaders list provides you with a further dissection and analysis of the ICIS Top 100 Chemical Companies.
Lower levels of import demand from Asia has pressured Middle East petrochemical producers.
For a regular source of comprehensive and trusted information on the chemical, energy and fertilizer markets in the Middle East, ICIS is your ideal market intelligence partner. Wherever you are based, and whether you are buying, selling or trading – you can trust ICIS to keep you informed on import/export prices and market dynamics in the Middle East.
As excitement builds over the potential for more gas supplies in Saudi Arabia, concern is also growing over the future cost of gas.
Read the insight piece to gain an understanding of what issues Saudi Arabia are facing in areas such as gas availability and upcoming projects.
Published at the beginning of each month, the global IPEX provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time.
Published each month, the monthly ICIS Middle East Polymers Index provides a measure of the average change in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) polymer prices over time. The index dates back to January 2000.
China has driven growth in the chemical industry since 2008, however this was due to an explosion of credit. Now the country is facing the consequences of its $10 trillion surge and China’s new leaders recognise that an economic revolution is needed to solve this problem.
As part of the ICIS series of free market information, we hosted a webinar on 23 April 2014. A recording of the webinar and presentation slides is available for you to download.