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Global propylene long-term outlook November 2017

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07 November 2017

Global propylene long-term outlook November 2017

Report summary

The propylene growth story is one centred on Asia, as China leads the world in both supply and demand growth. North America is expected to add capacity predominantly to backfill propylene production lost due to lighter steam cracking feedslates and to meet mature rates of domestic demand growth. Europe’s evolving propylene supply gap will drive it to a net propylene monomer import position from 2017, which has spurred likely investments in new on-purpose propylene production post-2020. In the Middle East, propylene production will continue to grow via traditional and on-purpose routes. This report analyses these and other important trends in propylene supply, demand and trade through to 2035.

Table of contents

    • Please see the Excel files for data associated with the November 2017 update. The .pdf file attachment contains the presentation report, highlighting changes to our balances and summaries of our outlook.
      • Demand
      • Supply
      • Price Forecast

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  • Document

    Propylene Capacity and Projects (Rev 2 Nov 2017).xlsb

    XLSB 2.02 MB

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    Propylene Supply Demand Balances - November 2017.xlsb

    XLSB 5.05 MB

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    Propylene PricesCostsMargins November 2017.xlsx

    XLSX 7.01 MB

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    Propylene Strategic Outlook - November 2017.pdf

    PDF 1.75 MB

  • Document

    Propylene Capacity Integration March 2018.xlsm

    XLSM 1.03 MB

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    Global propylene long-term outlook November 2017

    ZIP 10.13 MB

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