Brice, Andy
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/6/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 42, p33
Trade Publication
The article reports that the pessimists of the European methanol market expect the current supply restrictions to linger well in 2007. At best, availability will see little improvement until after Christmas. The ongoing shortages have dampened buyers' hopes of lower prices in the first quarter of 2007, and consumption also remains strong with no sign of slowing.


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