View this free infographic now to view the olefins trade flows between regions for 2013 and 2014.
All data used were taken from the ICIS Supply and Demand database. The 2013 olefins trade flows between regions show historical data, whilst 2014 is a forecast.
The ICIS Power Index (IPI) gives homes and businesses an insight into price trends on the UK wholesale electricity market.
The IPI is published daily by ICIS, an independent authority on UK electricity market pricing, and is available at no charge.
The ICIS Top 100 Chemical Companies list provides you with a further dissection and analysis of the Top 100 Chemical Companies.
It includes the Top 10 chemical companies in each region with detailed analysis and comprehensive commentary. This feature is published annually in ICIS Chemical Business.
The Chinese government has been offering firm support to aid the development of the LNG sector, bringing about an increase in investment opportunities throughout the country.
Download this free whitepaper to gain a better understanding of China’s LNG supply and demand, import capacity and construction of new terminals.
In this white paper we put forward our proposal for an optimised MSR that would enables the EU ETS to promote reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in the most cost-effective and economically efficient manner.
We believe our proposed approach is able to handle a broad array of emission regimes (including high emissions scenarios) whilst preserving the integrity of the EU ETS carbon price signal.
The ICIS Top 100 Chemical Companies listing highlights the top players in the global chemical industry.
Most chemical companies found it difficult to generate top line and profit growth in 2014 following a strong performance in 2013.
Mosaic’s long-term outlook for the fertilizer industry remains positive, despite declining fundamentals for crop nutrients, CEO James Prokopanko said.
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ICIS has recently launched the latest version of the China SBR Annual Study, an in-depth report of the year’s developments and hot topics with supply/demand outlook for 2015. To give you a glimpse of the type of valuable information provided in the annual study, we have made a section available for you to view.
ICIS has recently launched the latest version of the China Styrene Annual Study, an in-depth report of the year’s developments and hot topics with supply/demand outlook for 2015. To give you a glimpse of the type of valuable information provided in the annual study, we have made a section available for you to view.
ICIS experts closely following natural and synthetic-based surfactants in Asia have produced a video covering key insights into the current market situation and price drivers, with a near-term outlook of key surfactants commodities such as linear alkylbenzene (LAB), linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) and alcohol ethoxylates.
ICIS has recently launched the latest version of the China PBR Annual Study, an in-depth report of the year’s developments and hot topics with supply/demand outlook for 2015. To give you a glimpse of the type of valuable information provided in the annual study, we have made a section available for you to view.
Making informed trading and procurement strategies in this constantly evolving market require an understanding of hot topics affecting Chinese methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) – from domestic policies, supply/demand data to feedstock availability.
ICIS has launched a comprehensive study outlining the market situation and outlook, with information sourced direct from the country and forecast data up to 2019.
As part of our series of free resources to keep you informed of what’s happening in the global petrochemicals market, ICIS has produced a special report, covering the latest prices of crude oil and its impact on downstream markets such as naphtha, benzene, butadiene and other commodities.
ICIS has collaborated with offset project development experts, Hanergy, to offer an essential guide to Chinese Certified Emission Reductions (CCER) and their role in this growing carbon market. With expert data analysis and detailed issuance forecasts until 2021, this free white paper is a fundamental resource for anyone looking to better understand CCERs and inform their strategy in the country.
By 2030, oil demand projections indicate a decline of about 100 million tonnes per year in OECD countries and a gain of almost 900 million tonnes in the rest of world.
ICIS is delighted to invite you to attend a webinar covering changes and developments in the Chinese polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) markets. If you’re highly active or looking to enter the Chinese polyolefins market, then this webinar is for you.
Join ICIS as we discuss recent developments in 2014 and give you further insights into market trends, expected changes and the outlook for 2015.
We hosted a webinar on 13 November 2014 that covered China’s natural gas market. The online seminar reviewed recent developments in China, including prices, supply and demand information as well as other key drivers such as changes in government policies and domestic hot topics.
Download the presentation slides to gain a better understanding of how the Chinese natural gas industry affect global markets.
The versatility of polyurethanes is highlighted by ICIS in a special publication prepared for the ACC’s CPI Polyurethanes 2014 Technical Conference in Dallas, Texas.
ICIS editors look at the prospects for growth, global market trends, sustainability and product stewardship, and developments in construction and footwear end uses.
Increased volatility in feedstock purified terephthalic acid (PTA) and monoethylene glycol (MEG) price has led both Asian and Middle Eastern PET prices to fluctuate for the first two quarters of 2014. As a result, PET producers have either reduced their production rate or increased their offers to cope with the high production costs.
ICIS hosted a free webinar covering the PET markets in Asia and the Middle East. The webinar was specifically designed to assess the information you need when faced with volatile price movements in both regions.