2015 Houston Chemical & NGL Forum

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On 12 May 2015, Wood Mackenzie conducted our third annual Chemical & NGL Forum in Houston, Texas, USA. The title of this year's forum was "A Chemical Renaissance at Risk? - A forum on NGLs and chemicals in the erratic oil price environment". Presentations were provided by Wood Mackenzie's senior analysts on macro-economics, crude oil, natural gas, NGLs, ethylene, propylene, polyethylene, polypropylene, vinyls, benzene, and styrene.

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  • Document

    Global Macroeconomic Outlook.pdf

    PDF 1.84 MB

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    North American gas markets-can lower prices last.pdf

    PDF 814.35 KB

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    Natural Gas Outlook Any Impact from Oil.pdf

    PDF 1.13 MB

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    What happens next for oil markets.pdf

    PDF 581.45 KB

  • Document

    Short-term NGLs & chemicals in the new enviornment.pdf

    PDF 2.48 MB

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    Optimizing the NGL barrel in the new oil environment.pdf

    PDF 541.41 KB

  • Document

    Gambling on light olefins investments.pdf

    PDF 2.41 MB

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    Polyethylene and polypropylene Should we even care about low oil.pdf

    PDF 480.56 KB

  • Document

    US vinyl- Grand plans on hold.pdf

    PDF 652.47 KB

  • Document

    Vanishing North American benzene supply.pdf

    PDF 561.01 KB

  • Document

    Styrene Baby come back .pdf

    PDF 616.99 KB

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    2015 Houston Chemical & NGL Forum

    PDF 247.64 KB

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    2015 Houston Chemical & NGL Forum

    ZIP 11.01 MB

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