LONDON, December 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
ICIS, a global leader for petrochemicals market intelligence, has released the 2015 version of the World Petrochemical Feedstocks Survey for Olefins.
North American developments and global feedstock diversification are transforming the petrochemical feedstock landscape. Whilst forecasts for ethylene demand growth are positive, changing trade flows and evolving technology will shift the way in which key regions manufacture petrochemicals. In light of these developments, it's crucial to have a sound grasp of the olefins feedstock market to stay competitive in petrochemicals.
The ICIS World Petrochemical Feedstocks Survey for Olefins 2015 explores the changing refining and natural gas liquid (NGL) industries, to offer a review and outlook for the global ethylene market. With extensive data from the ICIS Supply and Demand Database, along with analytical coverage of regional and global markets, it's an essential resource for industry players wanting to plan their petrochemical feedstocks strategy.
"Whilst there are some clear trends occurring in the olefins market, continued volatility such as crude oil price fluctuations make it essential to dig deep into the short-, medium- and long-term outlook for key feedstocks. The World Petrochemical Feedstocks Survey for Olefins can help you do just that, providing the information you need to capture opportunities in petrochemicals," said Stefano Zehnder, Senior Consultant Global Refining & Petrochemical Feedstocks, ICIS Consulting.
The World Petrochemical Feedstocks Survey for Olefins from ICIS is designed to give a comprehensive overview of the market, with data and expert analysis broken down by key commodities and regions. Exploring market-moving developments and trends shaping the industry, it's an essential read to support your decision-making.
Subscribers can benefit from:
- Current, historical and forecast data (2005-2030)
- Ethylene production, capacity and feedstock requirements
- Global and regional feedstock balances, including naphtha, LPG and NGLs
- Commentary on crude oil prices and refinery developments
- Analysis of current and forecast prices for key global feedstocks
- Access to ICIS consultants and quarterly market monitors
Learn more about the World Petrochemical Feedstock Survey for Olefins
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