Covid-19 webinar series: Upcoming webinars

Upcoming webinars

ICIS Global Energy Forum

19 – 22 January 2021 | Virtual
Building a more secure, resilient and sustainable future.

Join ICIS thought leaders, along with key industry leaders at the Global Energy Forum as we provide a clear vision to navigate through the market uncertainties and the wider energy transition into 2021 and beyond.

Topics include:

  • Crude oil: how the market can recover from its recent turmoil?
  • How has the role of energy companies changed in the world’s transition to cleaner oil?
  • Global LNG trade flows and the outlook for US LNG production
  • The path to net zero: Modelling the EU power system to 2050
  • The European Green Deal and its longterm effect on the EU ETS
  • North American Carbon Markets Outlook: RGGI AND WCI market update
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Ask ICIS Forum 2021 Disinfectant Raw Materials Outlook

Date: 20 January 2021, Wednesday
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm Singapore Time

Markets for isopropyl alcohol (IPA) ethanol and fatty alcohols experienced significant disruption in 2020 with the pandemic-led demand and supply disruptions playing a major role. With the pandemic yet to ease in many parts of the world, there are questions on how 2021 will pan out. This webinar will explore key issues and the outlook for demand and supply.

Agenda:

  • IPA, ethanol and fatty alcohols market review
  • Analysis of key price drivers
  • Market scenario for 2021

Speakers: Malini Hariharan, Market Development Director APAC, ICIS Yuanlin Koh, Markets Editor, ICIS

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Shaping the Fertilizer Markets in 2021

Date: 26 January 2021, Tuesday
Time: 4:00PM – 5:00PM GMT

Key 2021 Expectations:

  • Covid-19 to continue to impact global markets; fertilizers and agriculture to continue to out-perform other commodities
  • Preliminary indications for 2021 call for similarly robust corn plantings in the U.S. and potentially a big step up for soybeans, supporting nitrogen prices
  • Continued ramp of NCIC (Egypt) and Mazidagi (Turkey) plants will limit upside phosphates pricing pressure
  • Potash demand for 2021 expected to hit 66-68 million tonnes, due to restocking and strong demand in most key regions.

Speakers:

Julia Meehan, Managing Editor

Richard Ewing, Deputy Managing Editor

Deepika Thapliyal, Senior Editor Manager

Sylvia Traganida, Senior Editor

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