Petrochemical integration defines long term downstream winners and losers

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Over the coming years, the energy transition and its associated electrification of the passenger car fleet increases the importance of refinery-petrochemical integration. This shift away from fuels to petrochemical integration poses the following key questions: • Where are these sites and how different are they to fuels refineries? • How much does petrochemicals contribute to overall site value? • What is their competitive position as standalone refiner and as an integrated site? • What are the key regional trends? • What is the emerging trend for new integrated sites? Refiners and other key stakeholders will increasingly need to seek answers to these questions as input to developing sustainable strategies. REM-Chemicals is a new offering from Wood Mackenzie that enables clients to address these questions and more.

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