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On-Demand Webinar

Capacity investment projects in the U.S. continue at a prolific pace in response to continued low feedstock and energy costs. Similarly, inexpensive methanol is fueling investment trends in China for methanol-to-olefins (MTO) projects.

Crude-oil volatility has returned, and this will potentially slow some naphtha-based projects in Asia, although demand growth for chemicals globally remains strong and there is a very favorable outlook on spending for the chemical industry globally.

The webinar covered the following topics and more:
  • » Summaries of planned petrochemical capacity additions
  • » Future spending outlined by world region
  • » Demonstrations of spending by industry segment
  • » A focus on key market drivers influencing future spending
  • » Capital spending by project type [expansions, additions, etc.]
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