Argus Propylene Analytics is a data-driven evaluation of supply and demand fundamentals forecasts for propylene and derivative markets, published twice a year.

The service includes a 10-year forecast and five-year history covering balances and capacities, organized by country and region.

You will receive a PowerPoint PDF written by our experts plus the accompanying Excel data files.

Key features


10-year forecast and a five-year history

Covering capacities, supply and demand, trade, and feedstock forecasts for leading derivatives, by country and region, published twice a year.


Detailed report

In an easy-to-read PowerPoint format focussing on new plant capacities, growth rates in relevant markets, and regulatory developments.


Downloadable datasets

With data on supply, demand, capacities, operating rates and trade balances, by country and region.


Regional insight

Covering capacities and operating rates based on global trade and economics.


Access to specialists

Speak to the experts behind Argus’ long-term analytics forecast services.

Customers that benefit

The Argus Propylene Analytics service is for anyone engaged in the propylene market and seeking insight into the fundamentals driving key trends, including global supply, demand growth, exports, operating rates, etc. Below are examples of how some clients use this service.
  • Producers and consumers of propylene
    Rely on our independent analysis and data to help with strategic investments, long-term budget planning and commercial management strategies.

  • Traders and distributors
    Use our regional market, capacity analysis and trade forecasts to review commercial opportunities and diversify their options.

  • Transportation and logistics companies
    Looking for an independent view on market dynamics and geographic implications.
  • Fast moving consumer goods companies
    Wanting to de-risk their business with a better grasp of upcoming market and regulatory trends.

  • Banks and investors
    Rely on our insight to monitor investments, projects, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, shutdowns, idled plants, and more.