Get a retrospective outlook for key energy markets including Oil; Carbon, Coal, and Power.
Speakers from the ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants conference in London are interviewed in the latest ICIS interactive publication.
They comment on the outlook for base oils and lubricants, the future for brightstock and re-refined oils, and how lube producers have seen margins increase over the last decade as they moved to higher quality.
The European Power Trading Report (EPTR) covers quarterly updates on key market insights for 14 different European countries.
Gain access to the widest range of established markets, but also developing European Power markets ,such as Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.
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.
Easy access to a host of downloadable ICIS Chemical resources; including:
Easy access to a host of downloadable ICIS Energy resources; including:
Easy access to a host of downloadable ICIS Fertilizer resources; including:
ICIS takes a close look at developments in North American petrochemicals just as the industry is set to meet at the annual AFPM IPC meeting in San Antonio.
The tensions in the market created by rising shale output and falling oil prices are examined, and the state of projects and markets assessed.
Petrochemical markets in Asia have reacted swiftly to recent rising crude oil and naphtha prices, while the European and US markets are still feeding through the sharp crude price downturn of the past six months.
ICIS now presents the first of GPCA’s quarterly newsletters for 2015, covering petrochemicals in the Arabian Gulf area. Highlights of this first issue are reports of the association’s Annual Forum and PlastiCon events, its Waste Free Environment campaign and news of a new CEO at SABIC.
Overall, the Asian chemicals markets experienced sweeping changes in 2014 – oversupply, feedstock diversification, changing trade flows, volatility in crude prices and new leadership in key Asian markets.
What will happen next? Download this free whitepaper for a market review of 2014 and short-term outlook for 2015, broken down by commodity.
On May 7, the UK goes to the polls for what promises to be the tightest general election in years at a time when energy policy is higher up the political agenda than ever.
With the result hanging in the balance, smaller parties could rise to prominence alongside their more powerful rivals if a power sharing deal is struck. Ahead of the party manifesto launches, ICIS looks at how the outcomes may shape the UK energy markets over the coming five years and beyond.
A shift in the Asian base oils market can now be observed, driven by increasing Group II base oils supply. How does this affect the overall Asian market and how can ICIS help you gain further transparency on base oils prices?
Watch an exclusive video prepared by ICIS, explaining the additional prices now covered in the ICIS Asia Base Oils Price Report. The video also gives market insights covering recent developments in the Asian region.
Navigate your way through the fast-emerging Chinese gas markets with a new annual report providing comprehensive insights and expert supply/demand analysis and forecast for up to 2018.
The China Natural Gas Annual Report gives you a holistic view of China’s market with detailed commentary and unrivalled data for natural gas, LNG and non-conventional gas markets.
ICIS LNG market experts cover India’s performance in spot and short-term LNG which resulted in a rise in liquidity at the end of 2014. In addition, it gives an outlook on what will happen next , how will the falling crude prices affect LNG demand in the Indian market, the prospects for market expansion and foreseen key challenges for growth in 2015. A webinar and whitepaper are available for you to download.
From 1 April, a hub merger will create a single southern trading zone, TRS. ICIS presents an expert view of important changes facing the French gas market, as well as the outlook for future liquidity and participation.
Watch this free whitepaper which analyses French price and trading trends, and gives you an overview of the key issues that could hamper development.
Asia is a dominant force in international MTBE markets, accounting for the majority of global demand and expanding at a rapid pace.
By converting its current weekly pricing intelligence into daily reports, ICIS has further enhanced its extensive reporting to allow you to gain leverage in contract negotiations.
ICIS recently launched the China Petroleum Annual Report to offer international players a fundamental review of recent developments, including government policies, the shifting supply/demand balance, trading patterns and China’s growing refinery industry.
To give you a glimpse of the type of valuable information available in the report, we are giving you access to an extract from the chapter on China oil demand.
China’s refinery sector has undergone major changes, with the surge of new independent refinery capacity and shifting refinery feedstock supply/demand.
Providing insight into this key global market, ICIS has launched two indispensable reports to help international players understand recent developments: