Venue: Gerbera Room, Mezzanine Level, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta
Date: Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Time: 02:00 - 06:00 pm
Recent falls in oil and refined product prices have led to dramatic shifts in the cost structure of polyolefins production. How will the past, current and likely future trends affect polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) supply and demand? What impact will the evolving polyolefins landscape have on expansion plans, prices, and most importantly, your business?
Now, more than ever, accurate information and a clear understanding of the market are essential to stay on top of the Asian polyolefins sector. Join ICIS experts as we discuss the old and new ‘normal’ of polyolefins supply, as well as providing an in-depth review of the overall Asian industry in terms of trading activity, developments and prices.
|2.00-2.30 pm||China PP & PE market review and outlook|
|3.00-3.30 pm||Coffee Break|
|3.30-4.00 pm||Southeast Asia PP market review and outlook|
|4.00-4.30 pm||Long-term outlook of Asian polyolefins|
|4.30-6.00 pm||Afternoon Refreshments and Networking|
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ICIS publishes weekly price assessments and market analyses, including historical and forecast data for Asia's dynamic polyolefins market. We also produce a dedicated southeast (SE) Asia report to provide you with a valuable reference for both domestic and import trades and enable you to understand price drivers and to settle your contract prices more confidently.Request a free sample report »
Our supply and demand data service delivers detailed, objective insights into global polyolefins supply, demand, production capacity, and trade flows, to facilitate long-term decision-making. Providing information across the overall petrochemical chain, ICIS helps you understand historical price movements, and presents a comprehensive view of the future.Read more about our supply and demand data »
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Bee Lin has been reporting on Asia’s petrochemical sector for more than 18 years. In her role as Head of Asian Markets at ICIS, Bee Lin is responsible for ensuring the on-going growth and development of Asia price benchmarks, including China, the production of fit-for-purpose content and the identification of strategic product and business development opportunities in the petrochemicals sectors in Asia.
Regan Hartnell is a senior analyst and consultant at ICIS for petrochemical and energy markets. He has a PhD in chemistry, with experience in speciality chemicals, biotechnology, seed and venture capital for health markets. His experience of financial, forecasting and market modelling for energy and petrochemical industries and the influence of macroeconomic drivers and their interplay with emerging markets.
Felita is the ICIS market reporter for Asia-Pacific Polyethylene (PE) report. She also covers the Southeast Asian Domestic Markets Polyethylene (PE) reports, with an emphasis on the Indonesian market. Felita moved to Singapore from Jakarta, Indonesia to pursue her studies and graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
Johanna joined ICIS as a market reporter in 2014 tracking weekly import and domestic prices of Polypropylene in southeast Asia. She also reports on import prices of High-density Polyethylene Pipe Grades in the Middle East and South Asia. Johanna had experience in business tax and compliance services in Singapore and Vietnam, and keen interest in market research. She earned her Master of Social Sciences degree from the National University of Singapore in 2012, majoring in Applied Economics.
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This presentation looks at the challenges and opportunities that have emerged following the 2008 global financial crisis, focusing on changes in supply-demand balances, trade flows, feedstock scenarios, and key downstream application sectors for Asian polyolefins markets.Download the presentation slides »
Published at the beginning of each month, the Asian IPEX is the Asian component of the global ICIS Petrochemical Index (IPEX), which provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time.Download the Asian IPEX for free »
There has been a continuous shift in polyolefins prices in China, mainly driven by changing supply and demand dynamics. Watch this short video to get a better understanding of how prices were affected, as well as a near-term outlook of where the Chinese polyolefins market is headed.Watch the video now »