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2011-07-29 06:00:00

ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands, July 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Second-Quarter 2011 Highlights Net income of $804 million; Diluted earnings per share of $1.38Quarterly EBITDA of $1,553 million; 11 percent increase from first quarter 2011Sales of $14.0 billion, a 15 percent increase from first quarter 2011Margin expansion in global olefins, U.S.

2011-07-18 00:01:35

In his testimony, Richard Murray from SABIC Petrochemicals BV wrote that he obtained ‘a very good review of the main issues and growth areas in the industry”.

2011-01-25 06:30:00

NINGBO, China, Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Keyuan Petrochemicals, Inc.

2011-01-25 00:02:24

The 9th Asia Petchem Feedstock Markets summit to be held in Shanghai, China on 23-24 February 2011 will focus on the latest developments in the Asia petrochemical feedstocks industry, feedstock supply/demand situation as well as project developments and corresponding impact from/in Asia and Middle East. Shanghai, China (Vocus/PRWEB) January 25, 2011 Naphtha prices soared to a two year high in early December, driven by strong demand in Asia, specifically China.

2011-01-20 08:43:00

HOUSTON, Jan. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemical Market Associates, Inc. (CMAI) announces the completion of the Five Year Outlook of the East-of-Suez (Asia & Middle East) Petrochemical Market Outlook, a jointly developed study with strategic alliance partner Purvin & Gertz, Inc.

2011-01-06 09:59:00

HOUSTON, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemical Market Associates, Inc.

2010-12-16 08:49:00

LONDON, Dec. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Platts - The monthly average price of petrochemicals, as measured by the Platts Global Petrochemical Index (PGPI), was $1,194 per metric ton (/mt) in November, according to just-released data from Platts, a leading global energy and metals information provider.

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