Video: Asian MEG prices may remain on an uptrend

ICIS has produced a special report detailing the latest price and market developments in Asian monoethylene glycol (MEG).

Following the sharp decline in crude oil prices in 2014, market experts are starting to observe increases in MEG prices, due to tighter supply and growing downstream demand.

Eric Su, author of the ICIS Asia MEG price report, discusses the main drivers behind the shift in MEG supply and demand, and provides a near-term outlook of where the market is heading.

ICIS has also produced a video discussing recent changes in crude oil. Click here to view the special report.

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