ICIS at NPE 2015

ICIS at NPE 2015

Visit ICIS at Stand S23027

23 – 27 March 2015

Stop by the ICIS stand in Orlando, Florida to see our latest developments and discuss how we can support your business.

At ICIS, we enable businesses to plan for the future while supporting decision-making today. We provide: 

  • Prices – benchmark pricing data to drive your negotiations
  • News – breaking news gives you insight into the factors driving markets
  • Analysis – market data and expertise help you plan and make informed decisions
  • Consulting – global advisory services to support your individual business goals
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New ICIS mobile web app Dashboard:

  • Compare price assessments side-by-side
  • Access data on supply and demand, production capacity and trade flows across regions
  • New features include the ability to save your own Dashboard views and improved navigation

Supply and Demand data service supply and demand:

  • Consistent databases for S&D, capabilities, trade and capacity ownership
  • From crude oil through refined products to petrochemicals
  • Global data across 160 countries and 100 markets, including an in-depth view of China
  • Historical data and projects from 1978-2030

Benchmark pricing data to:

  • Inform your contract negotiations
  • Trade with confidence
  • Build trust, knowing that prices are based on independent data

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Latest news from ICIS editors at the conference

 
 

Meet the Editorial Team attending NPE


James Ray,  Senior Consultant

James Ray is a Senior Consultant for ICIS. He can be reached at James.Ray@icis.com


George Martin, Senior Consultant

George Martin is a Senior Consultant for ICIS. He can be reached at George.Martin@icis.com


Ronald Coifman, Market Editor

Ronald Coifman is a Market Editor for ICIS. He can be reached at Ronald.Coifman@icis.com


Lane Kelley, Market Editor

Lane Kelley is a Market Editor for ICIS. He can be reached at Lane.Kelley@icis.com


Andrew Guy, Market Editor

Andrew Guy is a Market Editor for ICIS. He can be reached at Andrew.Guy@icis.com


Jessie Waldheim, News Reporter 

Jessie Waldheim is a News Reporter for ICIS. She can be reached at Jessie.Waldheim@icis.com



Marianela Toledo, Market Editor

Marianela Toledo is a Market Editor for ICIS. Hhe can be reached at Marianela.Toledo@icis.com


Tracy Dang, Reporter

Tracy Dang is a Reporter for ICIS. She can be reached at Tracy.Dang@icis.com

US April PE settles unchanged, hike delayed until May

...said. Major US PE producers include Chevron Phillips Chemical, Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, Formosa Plastics, LyondellBasell, NOVA Chemicals, Total and... Thu, 27 Apr 2017

US April propylene contracts settle down 6 cents/lb

...Performance Materials, Braskem, Dow Chemical, INEOS, Oxea and Total. Image: Propylene is used to make polypropylene, a plastic often used to make bottles.... Wed, 26 Apr 2017

Formosa lifts Point Comfort chlor-alkali force majeure in US

...Formosa lifts Point Comfort chlor-alkali force majeure in US. Bill Bowen. HOUSTON (ICIS)-- Formosa Plastics USA has lifted the force majeure at its 910,... Tue, 25 Apr 2017

Americas top stories: weekly summary

...Louisiana, the companies said on Monday. US Formosa issues force majeure on Point Comfort chlor-alkali Formosa Plastics USA declared force majeure on... Mon, 24 Apr 2017

NE Asia OX spot prices reverse 2-month slide, outlook uncertain

...We have decided to only produce enough OX for contractual [obligations],” said a northeast Asian OX producer.   Market conditions in the overall plasticizer... Mon, 24 Apr 2017

Market outlook: Looking for the best in innovation

...its customers. Previous winners: ■ 2016 – Covestro and CAT Catalytic Center RWTH Aachen: Use of carbon dioxide in the production of plastics ■ 2015... Thu, 20 Apr 2017

ICIS blogger Paul Hodges recently interviewed in MoneyWeek ‘How to invest during the Great Unwind’

“His crystal ball works so much better than everyone else's”

“His crystal ball works so much better than everyone else's”

“The last time I met with Paul Hodges, chairman of International eChem (IeC) and an expert on the economic impact of demographics, he told me that deflation was coming; that we should all buy more gilts; and that if you held shares in Tesco you should dump them."

He was right on all those things. Last year he sent me a report he wrote saying the oil price was about to plummet. He saw it falling to $50 a barrel in the first half of this year. That, clearly, has happened already."

 

Free Market Intelligence

Asian spot gas prices below Britain for first time since 2010

Asian spot gas prices below Britain for first time since 2010

Spot gas prices in key east Asian markets have fallen below British wholesale levels for the first time since May 2010 amid a global oversupply, ICIS data shows.

On the same date last year, the EAX March 2015 price stood at $19.84/MMBtu with the British equivalent contract at $9.90/MMBtu.

ICIS Special Report: US polyolefins

ICIS Special Report: US polyolefins

The US polyolefin markets will be among the greatest benefactors of improved cracker and propane dehydrogenation (PDH) capacity in the coming years. ICIS editor Michelle Klump talks about how those future upstream supply additions are impacting current market trends.

ICIS Special Report: US ethylene and benzene

ICIS Special Report: US ethylene and benzene

Nel Weddle interviews John Dietrich and Brian Balboa on the US ethylene and benzene markets.

The US ethylene market is continuing to undergo a fundamental shift in production and feedstock toward ethane cracking, with at least a dozen new crackers set to be constructed in the US.

The US shale gas boom, outlook and implications for global chemicals

The US shale gas boom, outlook and implications for global chemicals

The capacity for US ethylene and derivatives will increase substantially between now and 2020, boosting the global footprint. The level of US plastics exports is expected to increase in line with capacity.

US producers will benefit from a cost advantage and relatively high margins until about 2017 when the flood of capacity comes on.

The monthly ICIS Petrochemical Index (IPEX)

04/11/2015

IPEX

Published at the beginning of each month, the Global IPEX provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time. 

Regional data downloads are available for Asia, Europe and US.