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New Supply Paradigms for the Global Propylene Industry

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05 November 2014

New Supply Paradigms for the Global Propylene Industry

Report summary

Historically, most propylene has been produced as a by-product of ethylene from naphtha based steam crackers or as a by-product of gasoline/distillates from crude oil based refineries.  In the future, propylene from other on-purpose technologies will grow much faster. This new paradigm in on-purpose propylene supplies will alter the future dynamics significantly. Our new "Long-term Global Propylene Market Service" examines these new paradigms that are evolving in the global propylene markets.

Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • Historical Supply Paradigms
  • Recent Supply Shortages
  • Future Supply Paradigms
  • Conclusions

Tables and charts

This report includes 8 images and tables including:

  • 2005 Global Purified Propylene Production
  • Historical Purified Propylene Prices
  • 2014 Global Propylene Purified Production
  • 2014 Global Propylene Chemical Consumption
  • 2030 Global Propylene Purified Production
  • On-Purpose Propylene Supply (2005-2030)
  • Propylene Price Outlook
  • Propylene-to-Ethylene Price Ratios

What's included

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    New Supply Paradigms for the Global Propylene Industry

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