How does Europe cope with declining propylene supplies?

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10 December 2014

How does Europe cope with declining propylene supplies?

Report summary

Europe is faced with a declining supply of purified propylene. Meanwhile, the addition of significant on-purpose propylene capacity in North America and Asia is ushering in a new era in the global market. Our new "Long-term Global Propylene Market Service" examines these dynamics and in this Insight, we look at the impact of declining local supply on the purified propylene market in Europe.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Shift to lighter feedstocks drives down propylene supply
  • A closer look at ethane importers
  • Weak demand growth fails to support investment
  • Adapting to the supply situation through a decline in exports
  • Prices and Margins
  • Conclusions

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Europe Purified Propylene Production, 2014
  • Europe Propylene Production by Technology (% On-Purpose)
  • INEOS, Grangemouth Co-Product Production
  • SABIC, Wilton Co-Product Production
  • Europe Propylene Major Derivative Consumption
  • Europe Propylene Monomer Consumption (Into Derivative Production)
  • Europe Net Trade of Major Derivatives
  • Russia and The Caspian Net Trade of Major Derivatives
  • Regional Propane Dehydrogenation (PDH) Margins
  • Europe PDH Economics (Return on Investment, ROI)

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