An integrated view and make data-driven decisions

Across the chemicals industry, manufacturing footprints are changing and new customers are emerging. Chemical companies need to focus on adapting and refining their business models, identifying potential opportunities and using new technologies to achieve the competitive advantage. 

Understand the chemicals, polymers and fibres markets and enhance your technical, economic and strategic planning with the most integrated portfolio of commercial solutions. Spanning global chemical feedstock markets to end product industries, our trusted market intelligence, proprietary tools and expert analysis let you identify emerging and long-term trends, forecast prices, assess competitors and target growth opportunities. 

Industry-leading chemicals industry research

Our independent analysis helps you make better commercial decisions and plan your strategy with greater confidence.  

 Comprehensive coverage and expertise offers unparalleled depth, granularity and clarity of analysis for companies with upstream assets, chemical plants and refineries.

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Successfully navigate current and future challenges facing the industry

Whether your focus is predicting market movements in the next few months or making strategic decisions that will pay off over decades, our wide expertise across the energy and materials sectors available in both our Short-Term and Long-Term Market Services, means that you can have confidence in integrated models. Watch the video to find out more.

Bespoke consulting advice

As many oil companies turn their attention towards chemicals and demand increases, our consultants can help you understand the dynamics at play. This includes: 

  •  Feedstock selection and sourcing 
  • Fuels market balances 
  • M&A and due diligence 
  • Business development strategies 
  • Profiling industry competitors 

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Steve Jenkins, Vice President, Chemicals Consulting

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