Chemical Conversations: Global Steam Cracker Economics

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This episode is driven by data and insight from Argus Global Steam Cracker Economics, a global monthly report and downloadable dataset.

The service outlines cost and margin advantages of various feedstocks being cracked into ethylene by region, including a three-month forecast. 

Listening to this episode will give you insights into:

  • The impact of energy price volatility on chemical production economics
  • Where’s the best money to be made – assessing ethylene production and coproduct yields
  • Where to find the essential insights within the Argus Global Steam Cracker Economics service
  • What to watch in the next few months

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This episode is delivered by Argus’ chemicals experts using data and insight from Argus Global Steam Cracker Economics. Get more information and request a chat with one of our chemicals specialists.

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