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Use the independent price assessments and market coverage in our price reports to track the regional Ethyl acetate market.
Updated to Q3 2019
Supply of etac is expected to increase in the third quarter as new supply from Prairie Catalytic’s new bioethanol-to-etac plant fully comes to the market. The new plant has a capacity of 50,000 tonnes/year. Market participants believe that the material will not be quickly consumed.
Demand is expected to remain weak and will begin to taper off as the summer starts to end. The poor economic outlook is expected to continue weighing on the market as well as heightened trade tensions between the US and China.
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The major outlet for ethyl acetate (EAC) is coatings which account for 60% of demand. Process solvents, including pharmaceuticals and organic synthesis, account for 15% while printing inks are also estimated at 15%.
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