We hosted a webinar on Feb 26th covering the ICIS Dashboard.
A single, online platform that offers an instant, detailed view of the chemical, energy and fertilizer markets.
The global methyl methacrylate (MMA) market supply and demand balance has started to shift, after two years of tightness and historically high prices. Katherine Sale, Senior Editor at ICIS, will be hosting this live webinar to examine the expectations for the rest of the year.
Is the Spanish case a forerunner for the rest of the EU? Find out on the future direction of Spanich energy policy to 2030, plus the evolving support mechanisms for renewables, the outlook for subsidy-free solar and wind, and the debate over coal and nuclear phase-out.
12 July 2018 at 15:00 CEST / 14:00 BST
ICIS analysts Dan McGraw and Judith Schroeter and market expert Nicolas Girod will discuss:
In this bilingual webinar, ICIS Mexico energy experts James Fowler and Claudia Espinosa review:
On 26th April 2018 our carbon and power experts, Philip Ruf, Stefan Feuchtinger and Yann Andreassen, presented a live webinar dissucssing the recent EUA market boom. Topics discussed in the webinar were:
Global glycerine markets remain snug in 2018 and this webinar will look at the Asia, Europe and Americas markets to illuminate what factors are influencing supply, demand and prices.
Join ICIS in this free webinar which provides an overview of the trading activities for Asian polyolefins, a forecast of how the Asia markets will evolve in terms of pricing and margins, as well as a supply and demand outlook in 2018.
In this webinar, which took place on Monday 11th December 2017, our analysts explained how the agreed revision will change the fundamental structure of the carbon market and why carbon prices will gain importance for the wider energy complex.
Ontario’s planned linkage with the California-Quebec cap-and-trade program in January 2018 will have short and long-term impacts for the economy-wide carbon program. ICIS analysts will discuss how the Canadian province’s entrance can have tangible impacts on California-Quebec counterparties and how the existing program will impact Ontario entities joining for the first time.
In this webinar, our senior analysts Marcus Ferdinand and Stefan Feuchtinger will explain how the agreed revision will change the fundamental structure of the carbon market and explain why carbon prices will gain importance for the wider energy complex.
In October, Mexico’s gas market will begin its second full quarter of operation since the launch of market liberalization under the new capacity reservation contract model on 1 July. James Fowler, editor of the ICIS Mexico Energy Report, will recap learnings from the first three months of market operation in this webinar, and look into the emerging pricing environment in the country, focusing in particular on the factors which could lead to regional price indices developing as demand increases.
During this webinar we will shed light on the latest developments regarding renewable energy deployment and support mechanisms by comparing the political landscape and the energy sectors of the two neighbouring countries. We will analyse how the federal elections in Germany will impact the discussions around the country’s coal phase-out and assess how a multi-speed Europe impacts the idea of the Energiewende.
Low-calorific natural gas production from the Groningen field in the Netherlands is on course to hit a 10-year low in Gas Year 2016, due to stringent government restrictions on output. A further cut is likely to see production fall again in Gas Year 2017, depending on a court ruling due in November 2017.
ICIS will analyse the impact of recent production cuts on fundamentals and wholesale prices at northwest European hubs and examine how seasonal supply flexibility from Europe’s largest gas field has been replaced by other assets.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) released a draft of potential program changes stemming from the 2016 review process at the end of August 2017. This webinar will dive into what the supply-side dynamics might look like in the future before discussing how these changes could impact market participant behavior. Finally, we will explain how post-2020 structure could influence the price of allowances.
Join Judith Taylor, ICIS Senior Editor Manager, as she gives a mid-year review of the Base Oils market and a glimpse of what to expect for the rest of the year.
In this webinar, James Fowler editor of the ICIS Mexico energy report gives an overview of the results of the country’s first three power price surveys conducted over 2Q17. He also analyzes the groundbreaking attempt to provide price transparency to the Mexican power market.
In this webinar, ICIS editors Ed Cox and Ruth Liao analysed the outlook for US LNG production alongside a short-term summer supply, demand and price view of the European gas markets.
Date: Feb 7-8
Morning session: 11 am
Afternoon session: 3:30 pm
Venue: E-World Essen, stand 2-330, Hall 2
Join our market experts at E-World Essen, as they provide an overview of:
Although base oil supply is globally ample, US posted prices broadly held on to first-half increases. The platform for this was exports, discounts, and fair domestic demand.
Join Senior Market Editor Judith Taylor as she summarizes what happened in 2016 with regards to the Base oil market. Judith will also provide an outlook into 2017 and regulation rules that will take effect in 2017.
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has selected ICIS data to calculate its price cap for prepayment customers.
We held a webinar on 26 January 2017 to help you understand the market data used in these calculations and how to adapt to this new requirement. The event was presented by Zoe Double, ICIS’ Head of Power.
ICIS analysts held a webinar on 19 December analysing how the final EU ETS reform compromise might look like. The ENVI Committee in Parliament will likely have found its position just a few days before the webinar. The details of the deal and its implications for trilogues will be analysed.
During this webinar, market participants will hear how those changes could impact the future supply-demand balance in the EU ETS.
Please join us for a free webinar to discuss the petrochemical market post-US election. We will discuss the effect not only on the US, but also Latin America, with a focus on Mexico.
What will be the trade impact on the polymer market? What effect will taxes, minimum wages, and duties have?
ICIS analysts will hold a webinar on November 10th about the proposed changes to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). RGGI has been working to make tweaks to its program to make it more efficient post-2020. Those changes include altering the existing cap reduction factor. During this webinar, market participants will hear how those changes could impact the future supply-demand balance in RGGI.
Market experts from ICIS and International eChem hosted a free webinar discussing regional scenarios and their potential impact on petrochemical markets. The webinar provides critical multi-regional insights to consider as you head into your planning season.
We made the webinar recording and presentation slides available for you to watch and download.
In this on-demand webinar, Fabrizio Galiè, ICIS senior consultant and global lead for polymers insight, provides an overview on the recent trends in the polyolefin (PE and PP) market dynamics, and the expected evolution of the sector.
In spite of being affected by extreme volatility the sector has potential for growth and presents opportunities for businesses.
The ARB and Quebec’s MDDELCC will hold the 8th joint auction on August 16, 2016. Market
participants are wondering how many allowances will be sold during the August auction after being surprised when only 11% of the available allowances sold in the May auction.
ICIS invites you to a free webinar covering the launch of our US free on board (FOB) LNG export price assessment and key trends in the US and European markets.
The Chinese carbon market is about to become the world’s biggest emissions trading scheme. With the start of the national ETS, around 7,000 companies will need to trade emission rights, and the offset scheme allows foreign companies to take a physical position in the market.
2016 has been a defining year for the Balkan power markets which are finally on track to develop their trading potential and lay the foundations for future integration with the rest of Europe. While Hungary remains the star of the show with the most liquid and developed market in the SEE region, countries such as Bulgaria, Serbia and Croatia seem determined to make up for the lack of market progress over the past few years.
Short term, there is some price relief on polypropylene (PP), but it is only the calm before the storm. There has been a lot of discussion about ethylene and polyethylene (PE) since the rise in shale oil production. While there has been excitement surrounding PE, the US PP market has changed, affecting the market.
The California Chamber of Commerce’s pending lawsuit could have profound impacts on the CCA market if the Air Resources Board were to lose. Join ICIS analyst and Erica Morehouse as they discuss the case and the potential ramifications of either outcome.
Join ICIS Senior Editor Manager, Judith Taylor as she discusses the fatty alcohols market. During this webinar she will look at what happened during the first-half of 2016 with regards to the fatty alcohols market and what to expect for the second half. CTA: Access the presentation and slides
In this webinar ICIS Markets Reporter Deepika Thapliyal will examine urea, phosphates and potash markets and the challenges they face this year. She will also discuss what happened with fertilizers in 2015 and take a look at supply and demand for each sector in 2016.
In this webinar ICIS analysts will discuss how the low power prices and the general bearish energy complex impact EUA buying in the EU ETS. We will also focus on the fundamental effect, particularly on how a change in power hedging impacts demand & prices of EUAs
Join Senior Editor of Refined Oil Products, Cuckoo James, as she discusses the three significant problems that plague the oil markets – including the foreign exchange factor, the myth of demand growth and the return of Iran into the global oil landscape. She briefly touches on the downstream petrochemical chain.
Join George Martin, Senior Consultant at ICIS as he discusses the interesting dynamics that low crude oil price has created for both refining and petrochemicals. In this webinar George will discuss the major Latin American markets, and will go into detial on the three countires to watch: Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.
ICIS Senior Consultant, John Richardson, had forecasted two years ago that growth would slow by as much as we have seen over the past few months. Now we are entering a new phase of the crisis, driven by recent events including 'Black Monday' and the yuan devaluation. This will, obviously, have vast implications on chemical prices, trading behaviour and supply-demand dynamics.
Join Senior Editor Matt Tudball as he disucsses the significant events that have shaped the Polypropylene and Polyethylene market in Turkey so far in 2015.
Join James Ray, Senior Consultant at ICIS and instructor for the ICIS Advanced Purchasing course as he discusses global PET markets. In this webinar he will cover global PET with a focus on the U.S. and Asia.
Access the slides and presenation to find out:
Filmed originally as a presentation at the 4th ICIS European Oxo-alcohols Conference in Amsterdam in May, this Acrylate Esters webinar looksin detail at the recent record lows in pricing, and the subsequent gradual recovery in recent weeks, as well as the current dynamics and market outlook, all of which you need to know to make the right business decisions.
A journey into the world of power price forecasting - Basics and latest developments explained
There is an ongoing discussion between analysts which models deliver the best result when forecasting power prices – fundamental stack models, statistical models or artificial intelligence? This webinar explains the different modelling techniques, their respective advantages and disadvantages, and how to achieve the highest forecast quality.
A new method for calculating cross-border capacity on a day ahead basis in the power markets in central Western Europe was introduced on 21 May.
This infographic shows the prices of electricity for delivery in June in the relevant countries the day before flow-based market coupling was introduced according to ICIS assessments.
The ICIS/Hitachi Consulting interactive workshop on operation excellence examined recent research on the status and success of projects in the chemical industry and drew conclusions for best practice and overall satisfaction levels with operation excellence initiatives.
Russian independent natural gas producers, such as NOVATEK and oil incumbent Rosneft, led by powerful political figures are squeezing gas major Gazprom on the domestic market.
Find out the latestin this free webinar from ICIS.
Download this webinar presentation slides for a better understanding of how policy changes can affect the CA cap and trade scheme and how ICIS can model this behavior to predict the impact on carbon prices.
Access the recording and presentation slides of a webinar we held on Asian LNG.
The webinar gives you detailed insights into the LNG spot market activity in Asia and competing regions, LNG pricing dynamics, market developments and likely impact of these changes in the short-term (2014-2015).
Our expert editors discuss prices, margins and trade flow movements, as well as a short-term outlook of where the surfactants market is headed.
By downloading the presentation slides, you will be able to gain a better understanding of the Asian surfactants industry.
We hosted a webinar on 9 December 2014 covering China’s polyolefins market. The webinar discussed developments in the Chinese polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) markets in 2014, and provided further insight on the expected changes and outlook for 2015.
The webinar covers the following:
ICIS hosted a free webinar covering the PET markets in Asia and the Middle East. The webinar was specifically designed to assess the information you need when faced with volatile price movements in both regions.
Download the presentation slides and listen to the recording of our webinar on South American gas markets.
The webinar gives you detailed insights on Brazil’s rising gas demand and its increasing LNG spot market activities.
The power markets are full of what if’s. The impact of renewable generation on spot power prices has naturally generated a great deal of volatility in the markets. Inputs and assumptions such as power demand, changing weather forecasts, and available capacities are just some of the key drivers that help predict the price of power.
Download this market outlook presentation for a better understanding of price drivers and movements within the Asian and Middle Eastern paraxylene (PX), terephtahlic acid (PTA) and monoethylene glycol (MEG) markets.
As part of the ICIS series of free market information, we are hosting a free webinar on the Asia and Middle East PET markets, which also covers both virgin PET and R-PET.
Join this webinar for a better understanding of the current situation in the region and a look at what’s in store for the future. Our expert editors will discuss price, margin and trade flow movements within these markets as well as provide an outlook on how market developments may influence price movements over the next six months.
Joe Chang, Global Editor of ICIS Chemical Business, leads a free ICIS webinar on Shale Gas, the US Project Boom and Impact on Global Petrochemicals.
Download the webinar slides if you missed the webinar.
US polypropylene (PP) markets remain volatile, creating continued uncertainty regarding future prices and market performance.
The presentation slides from a forecasting webinar recently held by James Ray, an ICIS expert consultant, are now available for you to download.
The webinar has already taken place - held last June 25, 2013
The presentation slides explains the Polyolefin trade flow in terms of prices (PE/PP), market trends, import tariffs, logistics and policy issues in the region.
The webinar has already taken place - held April 30 2013
The presentation slides cover the interplay of oil and politics in the US market and the the importance of refinery configuration.
It also analyses the impact of shale oil on the US refining industry and how these factors affect market dynamics.
John Richardson, director of ICIS training Asia and ICB Asia correspondent, will discuss factors affecting the polyolefin markets in China. He will present a market outlook on how developments may influence the industry over the next six to twelve months. The presentation slides cover the recent polyethylene and polypropylene history and emerging signs of rebalancing and what it means for growth in 2013.
This presentation slides provide an in depth understanding of price trends and the factors driving fluctuations in the Asian aromatics markets as well as assess the impact of current market movements within Asia on businesses.
The webinar has already taken place - held last August 1, 2012