The US presidential election is fast approaching, and the energy industry worldwide is especially interested in how a new president could affect future regulations.
Ross McCracken explains how the electrification of transport based on renewables could short-circuit the insecurity over global energy supply chains through the localization of energy production and consumption.
The US is poised to send more ethanol to Korea, which has traditionally imported Grade B product mostly from Brazil.
The Northeast US is set to undergo radical changes with natural gas infrastructure, but many pipeline development projects are at risk of delay.
Analyzing the latest developments in US ethane exports and related current and future crude, naphtha and NGLs pricing trends and impact on cracker margins in Europe.
Although the third polyethylene plant at Braskem-Idesa's petrochemical complex came online in June, US exports of polyethylene to Mexico have increased for five consecutive months.
US coal prices saw significant price boosts this summer after reaching extreme lows in May, and recent movements provide a hint as to market changes for the rest of 2016.
US Gulf Coast refiners exported an unprecedented level of petcoke in May, targeting growing demand in India, but tonnage is dropping and could have price effects.
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