Feedstocks fuel hikes

November 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;11/12/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 18, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the global increase in the prices of crude oil. It reports the reasons given for the increase, by the U.S. Energy Information Administration including inventory tightness and the geopolitical risks. It presents statistics related to crude oil and chlorinated solvents prices. It also discusses the current market situation of various chemicals including styrene, orthoxylene, and melamine.


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