Olefins Outlook Suggests That Mideast Is Strong in Ethylene

Richards, Don
April 2000
Chemical Market Reporter;04/03/2000, Vol. 257 Issue 14, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on the prediction of Mark Eramo, director of light olefins for Chemical Market Associates Inc. that international trade in light olefins will be dominated by low-cost producers. Forecast for a strong demand of propylene than ethylene and gasoline; Comment on regional cash cost competitiveness of ethane olefin crackers.


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