ICIS at the 14th Annual GPCA Forum

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The 14th Annual GPCA Forum will take place from 3-5 December 2019 at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE, and address the theme of ‘Winning through Strategic Partnerships’. The forum will examine strategies that chemical companies should adopt to navigate new market complexities, capture profitable growth and consolidate their leadership positions. It will bring together industry leaders from the region and the world to share inspirational case studies on how to deliver value for shareholders, business and society, how to innovate for the future and address key challenges and the role of supporting the development of a competitive downstream industry in the GCC.

The Annual GPCA Forum has cemented its reputation as the foremost gathering of the chemical and petrochemical industry in the Arabian Gulf region and earned international recognition as an important global platform for the exchange of ideas and providing unparalleled networking opportunities. Each year, more than 2,100 international chemical executives gather in Dubai to gain essential information, make new business connections and renew existing relationships.

Meet with ICIS at GPCA

Visit ICIS exhibition stand E70 to meet with ICIS experts to discuss the latest market trends and insights and discover our latest analytics solutions https://gpcaforum.net/.

Petchem Market Insight

Veena Pathare covers Polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) in the Middle East and south asia. Having a wide understanding of key market trends and how petrochemicals impact trade tariffs. The interactive insight piece created for the GPCA event is available to download at the stand.

How vulnerable is global oil supply?

Global Supply infographic

Chronic crude market supply length has dampened investor fears about supply disruption, but the world remains reliant on the Middle East for exports, where geopolitical tensions remain high.

Petchems ahead of US-China trade agreement

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The amount of ethylene equivalents exported from the US to China fell by a third in a year, more American cargos were sent to other regions.