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Photo gallery: ICIS Drinks Reception
ICIS welcomed a host of delegates to our drinks reception at The Timber House, Park Hyatt, one of the city’s top jazz bars. With live performers and complimentary refreshments, it was a great opportunity for attendees to discuss the industry in a more sociable atmosphere.View our photo gallery »
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ICIS and Japan’s Chemical Daily analyse the Asian petrochemical markets in a 76-page special publication produced jointly for the APIC 2015 Annual Meeting in Seoul, South Korea. M&A activity, logistics, company strategies and investments are all examined in depth.
Published at the beginning of each month, the Global IPEX provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time.
Overall, the Asian chemicals markets experienced sweeping changes in 2014 – oversupply, feedstock diversification, changing trade flows, volatility in crude prices and new leadership in key Asian markets.
What will happen next? Download this free whitepaper for a market review of 2014 and short-term outlook for 2015, broken down by commodity.
As part of our series of free resources, ICIS experts have recently produced a short video covering crude oil and naphtha markets. The video gives you unrivalled insight into current trends, prices and a near-term outlook of where the market is headed.