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Updated to Q2 2017
US monoethylene glycol (MEG) contract prices went down in Q2 due to soft downstream demand and a weak Asian market. US MEG pricing can take some direction from Asia. The May contract price settled down by 3 cents/lb ($66/tonne).
Feedstock ethylene prices rose in Q2, due to higher cash costs and slightly higher spot prices.
Demand was mostly soft in Q2 as the markets entered a lull period. Demand from antifreeze came to an end with the onset of warmer weather, while demand from polyethylene terephthalate (PET) had yet to really pick up.
The US monoethylene glycol (MEG) report is a weekly publication and covers monthly contract prices for industrial and fibre grade ethylene glycol, diethylene and triethylene as well as spot barge prices for anti-freeze grade material.
The report is prepared after speaking with producers, consumers and traders of ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol and triethylene glycol every week. Upstream feedstock costs are also featured in the report.
The ICIS report is a trustworthy source of information and is a key tool used by buyers and sellers to make important market decisions.
ICIS collects pricing data on a wide range of chemical, energy and fertilizer products, including Ethylene glycol. Our extensive experience in price reporting means we can offer you access to historical data dating back more than 20 years for certain commodities.
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