Heather McGuire Doyle is the Managing Editor, Americas and works in the ICIS bureau in Houston.
Heather supervises editors covering all ICIS Americas petrochemical and oil reports. She has covered base oils, paraffin wax, acetone, phenol, cumene and methyl methacrylate (MMA) markets, and has also contributed more than 1,500 news articles to the ICIS news wire and "ICIS Chemical Business" magazine. She often hosts the daily ICIS TV bulletins. She also writes a regular column for "Compoundings," the magazine of the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA). As well as representing ICIS at major industry events around the world, Heather has been a regular speaker at conferences, including the World Soda Ash conference in Nice, France; the Global Oleochemicals conference in Houston; the ICIS Pan-American base oils conference in New York; the NPRA Lubes and Waxes meeting in Houston; and the Southeast Chemical Conference in South Carolina. She is an active member of NPRA and ILMA. Heather earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from The University of North Texas and worked in the newspaper industry before joining ICIS in 2004.
Courses Heather Doyle teaches