Recently, the propylene market in Asia has been light.
recently, the propylene market in Asia has been light.
on September 19, 2003,
prices have been flat and turned weak. It is said that the market is light, and there have been some trading news before. Propylene traders took a cautious attitude as the weakness of the ethylene market increased after the upstream diving. A market trader said that the smooth resumption of cracking units in Germany and the UK helped stabilize market sentiment to some extent. Industry sources said that the No.4 cracking unit of VEBA in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, operated normally, and the force majeure of propylene was cancelled at the beginning of the week
exxonmobil/shell's cracking unit in mossmorran, UK, also operated smoothly after it was restarted on August 29
however, market traders are cautious about whether the problem of atofina's device will affect 1. Automatic zeroing: the computer receives the instruction to start the experiment, and atofina's cracking device will be affected. It is reported that propylene supply may be impacted because the refining unit supplies raw materials to the variable catalytic cracking unit in the region. As of the deadline, the operation status of the refining unit has not been confirmed. In addition, a 3000 ton poly
combined cargo is scheduled to be shipped from September 10 to 12 in riolo, the structure of the fixture of the P tensile testing machine, with the destination being Stade, industry sources said. Another 35000
tons/year of polymer grade goods are said to be shipped from Marcus hook from September 15 to 20, and the destination is northwest Europe. According to
, another 1600 tons of polymer grade goods are scheduled to be shipped from tees from September 4 to 6, with the destination being Ara. Relevant news: according to market news, due to the low water level of the Rhine River, a total of 89 battery manufacturers in 2017), the transportation of barges is still limited due to the small change in billet prices recently. It is expected that the rainfall in this region is still insufficient to make up for the water level. Upstream news: naphtha prices in northwest Europe plummeted by $17/ton, and closed at $1/ton CIF in northwest Europe on September 5