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How high can US propane prices rise this winter, and will US ethane prices follow?
Free Webinar | Two Sessions: October 19 – US/Europe & October 20 – Asia
Overview
This event covers the following:
Chemical
Chemical
Chemical Company Strategies and Performance
Renewable Chemicals

The US ethane and propane markets remain quite volatile, and uncertainty exists in relation to short-term pricing.

US ethane pricing is underpinned by the availability of supplies, downstream demand, and US natural gas prices. US propane is a significant component of global trade and both the global and US propane markets are very tight with the US market highlighted by relatively low inventory levels and higher than normal pricing.

In this webinar, IHS Markit experts discuss the applicable short-term market measures and price forecasts over the next 18 months and elaborate on risks to the base case forecasts.

Learn how continuously monitoring and assessing the market fundamentals will enable you to better manage your purchases and sales, and manage price risk in light of these ever-changing markets.

Attend and you will gain an understanding of…

  • short-term US ethane and propane markets and the linkages to global supply, demand, and trade;
  • key market measures that lead to market movements away from IHS Markit's US ethane and propane base case market outlooks and forecasts; and
  • key short-term market drivers and the factors influencing short-term prices to the upside or downside over the next 3 to 4 months, through 2022, and further into 2023.

Register today and join the discussion of these two purity-product NGLs and their market outlooks.

Webinar Details :

AMER/EUR October 19, 2021 at 9 am CDT/3pm BST

APAC October 20, 2021 at 11 am SGT

Fee : Free

Duration: 1 hour

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Regional focus
Asia Pacific
EVENT REPLAY
DATE
19 Oct 2021
9:00am - 10:00am
EVENT TYPE
IHS Markit Webinar