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April 16, 2015
Asia’s olefins industry is restructuring. Old, inefficient naphtha crackers are being displaced by a wave of new, world-scale olefin plants, some based on naphtha but many based...
April 16, 2015
Japan’s chemical industry had a solid 2014 despite anemic conditions in the country’s overall economy. Large chemical makers gained despite Japan’s GDP declining...
April 6, 2015

Global adhesives and sealants manufacturers expect another year of steady growth, with modestly lower raw material prices boosting margins. Demand is expected to rise from industrial assembly applications, particularly automotive, as well as emerging markets with expanding consumer purchasing power.

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March 19, 2015
North America’s natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs) remain cost advantaged, but with oil prices at half their previous level, the returns expected for some projects may not be as compelling or reliable as once thought. Add to these considerations the ongoing resource crunch created by so much construction, and incentive is growing to postpone final investment decisions or even cancel projects....
March 12, 2015

The fall in crude oil prices and its impact on shale oil and gas production, as well as increased consumer spending in the United States, a weak euro, and slower GDP growth in China, are factors that will continue to influence supply-demand fundamentals for plastics worldwide in 2015. The only certainty is that short-term visibility will be limited.

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March 12, 2015
Although refiners are grappling with a dramatic decline in oil prices, catalyst suppliers to the sector say global GDP and fuels growth in 2015 will keep the category growing....
February 25, 2015

The global paints and coatings sector is rolling into a bright 2015, with growth prospects buoyed by a solid North American economy and cheaper oil. Producers are optimistic about growth in most coatings end markets, although low oil prices could weaken some industrial markets. Meanwhile, new functionalities are a key driver of product development.

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February 27, 2015
FMC is nearing the end of a portfolio transformation that will soon have the company generating more than 90% of revenue from its agricultural chemicals and health and nutrition segments. The work started soon after chairman and CEO Pierre Brondeau joined the company in January 2010....
February 19, 2015
India’s chemical industry is set for exceptional growth. The country’s economy continues to rebound from a relatively soft patch, with GDP forecast to expand by 6.7% in 2015. The International Monetary Fund and IHS each predict that India will overtake China to become the fastest-growing major emerging market in 2015–17....
February 19, 2015
The European Commission’s vision of a sustainable future in Europe is based on establishing a common and coherent EU framework to promote the “circular economy: a...
February 5, 2015

The water treatment market looks set for another solid year in 2015. While cheaper energy could cut growth for oil and gas customers, industrial customers are adopting new technologies and municipal customers are seeing an uptick in budgets.

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January 22, 2015
Pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturers are witnessing a rise in demand, and they remain positive about the near-term outlook for the industry. Increasingly stringent regulations on manufacturing standards, however, are causing some manufacturing to return from Asia to the West....
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