Asian Chemical Connections

The Rebirth Of Naphtha Cracking
31st October 2013 by

  By John Richardson Might cracking naphtha in Asia, Europe, and perhaps even the US, once agai...

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Guaranteeing The “Trickle Down” Effect
30th October 2013 by

By John Richardson THE average-paid worker in a US company has to work for more than a month to earn...

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Searching For A Manufacturing Revival
28th October 2013 by

By John Richardson WALK into any airport bookshop and you will see shelf after shelf full of managem...

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Grangemouth Viewed Through A Wider Lens
25th October 2013 by

By John Richardson THROUGH the narrow lens of stand-alone cost competitiveness, the threatened refin...

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Global Petchem Markets Turn Bearish
22nd October 2013 by

By John Richardson EXCESSIVE inventory building down all the major petrochemical value chains is a g...

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European Demographics Challenge US Export Assumptions
10th October 2013 by

By John Richardson US feedstock advantages appear to provide an almost overwhelming case for a big w...

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Germany’s Long-term Economic Challenges
4th October 2013 by

Source of graph: Eurostat   By John Richardson AS delegates gather for this year’s European P...

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Analyse The Data And Listen To Li Keqiang
10th September 2013 by

By John Richardson IT IS important to look at long-term trends in China rather than be misled by a f...

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More People Wanting To Buy Than Sell
8th August 2013 by

By John Richardson SOME people in the petrochemicals industry are showing great confidence in the fu...

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China Synthetic Fibres Recovery Questionable
7th August 2013 by

By John Richardson THERE has been a strong recovery in China’s synthetic fibres value chain since ...

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