Mexico may have limited ethane for rest of decade

Mexican oil production has been falling for years, causing declines in the nation's ethane supply, the sole feedstock for its crackers. In this whitepaper, ICIS deputy news editor, Al Greenwood, explains how the drop in ethane has affected the production of ethylene and its derivatives.

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