Further polyethylene rate cuts seem inevitable with no certainty on who will blink first
18th May 2020 by

By John Richardson IT IS NOT just a razor-like focus on petrochemicals demand that will get you thro...

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What petrochemical companies must do to adapt to a smaller coronavirus economy
15th May 2020 by

By John Richardson PETROCHEMICAL companies can adapt to the coronavirus New Normal by running their ...

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Coronavirus and the way forward: Forecasting micro surges in petrochemicals demand
11th May 2020 by

By John Richardson THE MONTH of May is normally a low season for toluene di-isocyanate (TDI) demand ...

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Why Asia may win and the US lose in post-virus petchems investment world
6th May 2020 by

As always, these are my personal views and don’t reflect the views of ICIS By John Richardson ...

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Coronavirus may have made China province-level petchems data even more important
4th May 2020 by

By  John Richardson WHEN THE coronavirus crisis first hit China most of the focus was of course on ...

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China recovery appears to lose steam as PE and PP self-sufficiency increases
1st May 2020 by

By John Richardson DON’T SAY I did not warn you. The post-coronavirus recovery in China is already...

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Post-coronavirus world: How China could end up in a stronger position
26th April 2020 by

These are, always, my views only and not the views of ICIS Here is another of attempt at long-term c...

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Ways of dealing with COVID-19 don’t have to be rocket science
24th April 2020 by

By John Richardson IT IS all about getting through the next 12 months with minimal damage whilst pre...

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China PP imports: Two scenarios showing downside risks for 2020
21st April 2020 by

John Richardson SOMETIMES you can forget what you already know. This was the case in March when I wa...

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Why the long term price of oil could be lower than many people expect
17th April 2020 by

By John Richardson I HAVE LONG been intrigued by the theory in quantum physics that electrons behave...

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