Produced by ICIS Consulting, the ICIS Benzene Global Price Forecast Report provides a detailed view of the global benzene and downstream markets to support your short to medium-term decisions. As well as objective data on current and historical prices, the report includes forecast prices for the CIF northwest Europe and FOB US Gulf benzene contract prices and the FOB South Korea spot price for benzene to help you understand where prices are heading.
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The ICIS Benzene Global price forecast report features a concise, easy-to-read format that includes all the details needed to make confident commercial decisions within the global benzene market. This report covers current and forecast prices, raw materials prices, supply, demand and capacity information, regional import and export data, trade flow forecasts, and margins.
To discuss the methodology applied and to understand more about the forecasts, subscribers to this price forecast report can talk directly to the report author, ICIS consultants Rob Peacock and Stephanie Kirby.
Rob is a Chemical Engineering graduate (B.Eng from Bradford University) and has spent most of his career in the chemicals market analysis and consulting business. He joined ICIS Consulting in June 2014, in the Sutton, UK office. Prior to ICIS, Rob spent almost four years at IHS Chemical (formerly CMAI), working in the Market Insights division. During his time at CMAI and IHS, Rob worked in the Aromatics team, working on both multi-client market pricing reports and supply demand studies, as well as some single-client studies. Prior to CMAI, he worked for BRG Ltd for eight years, eventually heading up its chemicals multiclient research. At this market intelligence company he worked mainly on the IAL Consultants brand, working on multi and single client studies in the specialty chemical, paints, polymers and polyurethanes markets, with polyurethanes a particular focus of IAL. Prior to BRG, Rob was a chemical industry analyst at Frost & Sullivan.
Stephanie is a Senior Aromatics Analyst with experience in analysis, reporting, and market research in aromatics in the petrochemical industry. Her industry experience includes the aromatic chemicals with a special focus in benzene and styrene. Her special skills include project co-ordinations, aromatics market knowledge, petrochemical industry knowledge, finding market trends and data management. Stephanie has developed domestic price forecasts for benzene
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Readjustments to global benzene pricing last year saw Europe become the most expensive region for the first time since 2011.
In this whitepaper, ICIS Consultant, Rob Peacock explains what caused the market changes. He then goes on to explain the factors which will affect the market heading into 2017, including new aromatics capacity coming on stream and the restart of some idled facilities in southeast Asia.
ICIS Price forecasts are now available on the Dashboard channel using the Price Forecast Window.
ICIS Dashboard subscribers who receive the price forecast report will be able to access monthly benzene price forecast curves on the ICIS Dashboard with commentary from our analysts, alongside up to 12-months worth of historical prices.
This window allows the user to chart the price forecast against the last (rolling) twelve months of related price history. In addition to this, users can plot the last 12 months of price forecasts too enabling them to see how the forecasts have progressed as time has moved on, as well as how accurate the ICIS forecast has been.
Users can convert this data into different currencies and units as well as download this data into excel in order to easily enter into their own calculations.
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