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UPDATE - PETROCHEMICAL MARKETS
PVC: Kem One and Shin-Etsu declare forces majeures / Supply tightness takes on dramatic forms
14.10.2020
PETROCHEMICAL MARKETS
US Gulf petchems and plastics plants beset by start-up delays / Shin-Etsu, Formosa Plastics and Sasol projects lead the list
28.02.2020
SHIN-ETSU
Ethane cracker in Louisiana just ahead of commissioning
16.09.2019
PVC
Shintech and Formosa Plastics plan expansion in US / Focus on exports
22.12.2017
PETROCHEMICAL MARKETS
Shell's Pernis refinery in Rotterdam turned off due to fire / Shin-Etsu's PVC production affected / No force majeure as yet
31.07.2017
WANHUA
Plans for USD 1 bn MDI complex in Louisiana / Location and capacity not yet disclosed
13.04.2017
US FEEDSTOCK MARKETS
Latest updates on new cracker projects / Thailand's PTT plans to launch ethylene production in Ohio / Braskem apparently getting cold feet in West Virginia
28.04.2015
SHINTECH
Construction of USD 1.4 bn ethylene cracker in Louisiana to kick off in Q2 / Improved feedstock supply and integrated PVC production
27.04.2015
INEOS / SOLVAY
EU greenlights PVC joint venture / Divestment plan accepted / World's third largest producer
13.05.2014
SHINTECH
Environmental permit sought for new cracker in Louisiana / Captive use for PVC
28.04.2014
INEOS / SOLVAY
EU has reservations concerning JV deal / Ineos puts forward divestment of two German plants
25.10.2013
SOLVAY / INEOS
Awaiting clearance from European Commission for PVC JV
18.09.2013
SHIN-ETSU
Plans PVC capacity expansion in US / Growing sales in emerging markets
24.06.2013
KASHIMA
Kashima Vinyl Chloride Monomer to become Shin-Etsu subsidiary from December / Mitsubishi Chemical minority owner / Three companies withdraw stakes
16.11.2012
SHIN-ETSU
PVC plant at Kashima resumes full output after quake / Mitsubishi restarts cracker
09.06.2011
SHIN-ETSU
Flat profit from PVC business / Growth in sales and volumes / Effects of earthquake and raw materials price increases hit Japanese operations
20.05.2011
PETROCHEMICAL MARKETS
Shin-Etsu declares force majeure for PVC from Kashima
22.03.2011
SHIN-ETSU
Revenues from PVC activities down 25%
25.05.2010
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