Hurricane Harvey was the first major storm to hit the Gulf Coast after the region experienced a renaissance in energy and petrochemical production. It was the first hurricane that had a truly global impact, resulting in a series of chemical plant shutdowns that disrupted supply chains both in the US and around the world.
On the first anniversary of Harvey, ICIS explores the effects of the storm and why future storms will disrupt not just petrochemical markets on the Gulf Coast, but throughout the world.
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