China’s coal chemical projects take shape
11th August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The first of China’s major coal-based chemical projects has finally starte...

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Kuwait plans another cracker
4th August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan Despite doubts about availability of gas, its cost and viability of using naphth...

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Operating problems strike Asian polyolefins
4th August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan Just when polyolefin markets have started recovering operating issues are croppi...

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Saudi PP producers risk more dumping claims
29th July 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan and John Richardson Saudi polypropylene (PP) producers could potentially be hit ...

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Managing expectations
26th July 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan A spurt in Chinese buying enquiries in the last few days has awakened hopes in s...

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Crunch time for Asian polyolefins
14th July 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan August could well be the time for some tough decisions by Asian polyethylene (PE...

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India set to announce final ADD on PP
13th July 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan India’s long-running investigation into dumping of polypropylene (PP) from...

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All mixed up in the West
11th May 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The blog has been writing about the softening in olefin and polyolefin prices in...

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No More Gas For Saudi Private Cos – Industry Source
26th March 2010 by

Ras Tanura in Saudi – private companies bunkered by feedstock shortage? By John Richardson The...

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Action in the propylene market
25th February 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan Just when Asian propylene prices started easing comes news of disruptions in pro...

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