Asian naphtha prices suffer as EU cargoes approach

LOO, FELICIA; PITCHES, JO; Martin, Sheena; Dillon, Tony
February 2011
ICIS Chemical Business;2/14/2011, Vol. 279 Issue 6, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports that the prices of naphtha in Asia are expected to come under pressure from continuous deep-sea inflows. As reported, naphtha exports from Qatar are also expected to rise as liquified natural gas (LNG) production will increase in the country. Two diagrams showing the comparison of energy prices in the U.S. and Great Britain during February 2010 and February 2011 are also presented.


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