ICIS publishes a series of FREE added-value indices for tracking petrochemical prices over time. Each index is a capacity-weighted measure that provides an authoritative, independent indicator of average price changes. The ICIS Petrochemical Index (IPEX) tracks prices for 12 key petrochemical.
We publish IPEX for various regions – download the version you’re interested in:
Another valuable index we offer for free, the ICIS Polymers Index provides a measure of the average change in domestic polymer prices over time. Prices used in the index are an average of ICIS’s weekly published prices for 5 key polymers. The index dates back to January 2002.
ICIS produces a polymer index for these regions – download your free copy:
ICIS pricing data provides independent and reliable pricing intelligence across the global petrochemical, energy and fertilizer markets. We cover more than 180 commodities in all major trading regions and focus on pricing trends, supply and demand dynamics and analysis of key price drivers.
ICIS price assessments are trusted by market participants around the globe and our prices are frequently used as industry benchmarks. The information we produce includes:
We also offer price history data reaching back more than 20 years for certain commodities. Using the ICIS dashboard service, you can download or export ICIS pricing data in order to build your own models and analyse trends.
04 October 2017 17:12
Hurricane Harvey disruption on the US Gulf Coast pushed upstream petrochemical prices up sharply last month, with significant increases for the major olefins, aromatics and for polypropylene, ICIS data showed this week.
Published at the beginning of each month, the index is derived using ICIS historical prices for 12 key petrochemical products – ethylene, propylene, benzene, toluene, paraxylene (PX), styrene, methanol, butadiene (BD), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP) and polystyrene (PS).
The ICIS Polymers Index tracks prices for polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS) and polyethylene terephthalate.