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APIC 2013 Day 2: Diversification and new technologies could counter threat from low-cost shale

8:59 PM MDT | May 9, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz in Taipei

ASIA'S MOVERS AND SHAKERS: Board members of petrochemical associations of (from l) Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and India. Speakers and delegates attending this year’s Asia Petrochemical Conference (APIC) in Taipei, which was devoted to the theme of feedstock transition, debated a range of topics including challenges facing the global petrochemical industry, the advent of cheap shale gas in the United States, and the need to develop technologies, which do not rely entirely on fossil fuels. Asia is still the bright spot...

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