China’s Booming PE Demand Versus Risk From Falling Crude
30th June 2017 by

By John Richardson CHINA’S PE import growth remains remarkably strong, as the above chart indicate...

US Govt Policy, Weaker China Indicate Further Oil Price Decline
28th June 2017 by

By John Richardson OIL markets have reached an important tipping point as the bulls and the bears t...

China’s OBOR Creates “Win, Win” Demographic Solutions…
26th June 2017 by

…and in the process, it could radically reshape global geopolitics, economic growth patterns and ...

China’s Soil Pollution: The $1,000 Trillion Problem
23rd June 2017 by

By John Richardson THE ESTABLISHED approach to dealing with soil polluted by chemicals waste involve...

Tumbling Oil Prices: Implications For Asian Polyethylene
21st June 2017 by

By John Richardson DON’T say that I didn’t warn you. Oil prices now look much more likely to hit...

Oil Prices Falling Towards $35 On US Supply, China Demand
19th June 2017 by

WTI continues its journey towards a possible $35/bbl by Q4 of this year on rising US shale-oil pro...

China Plans 13 New Crackers In Move Towards PE Self-Sufficiency
16th June 2017 by

By John Richardson DETAILS are emerging of what could be as many as 13 new crackers in China that w...

Soft Brexit, Hard Brexit, No Brexit, A Labour Govt – Take Your Pick
12th June 2017 by

By John Richardson IT was of course a gamble that backfired hugely. The UK’s General Election woul...

China PP Market Underlines Return To Global Deflation
9th June 2017 by

By John Richardson CHINA’S polypropylene (PP) net trade, which is imports minus exports, fel...

China’s “Appetite For Pain” Makes $35/bbl Crude More Likely
7th June 2017 by

The Chinese government is showing great determination in its latest battle against excessive and hig...

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