ICIS, a leading source of independent market intelligence in China, has launched two comprehensive reports to shed light on the recent developments in the Chinese refinery sector.
As the country’s competitive landscape shifts, with growing independent refinery capacity and changing feedstock supply/demand, the reports come at a pivotal time for international players.As one of the largest crude consumers in the world, China’s refinery sector plays an important role in global markets. These comprehensive reports provide expert commentary and analysis, supported by historical, current and forecast data covering all aspects of the country’s dynamic refining sector.
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As one of the world’s biggest crude consumers, changes in Chinese feedstock supply/demand have major consequences for international players. The ICIS China Refinery Feedstock Report will enable you to: