2015 Global Economics & The Downstream Industry
During the past 12 months, prices in the $3-trillion-plus global downstream market have fallen 40% reaching the lowest level since June 2009, when global markets were recovering from the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Prices slid 14% month-over-month in January and have fallen a further 3% into February and March; continuing a six-month slide triggered by falling crude oil and Naphtha prices. By assembling insights from key refining and petrochemical companies globally, we have created an in-depth report to enable you to benchmark, analyse trends, learn from challenges being encountered in different regions and identify a strategy that can be implemented into your own business.
THIS REPORT WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND:
• The top challenges facing global downstream producers
• How the drop in crude oil prices is affecting companies investment strategies
• Which country will have the largest impact on supply and demand dynamics over the next two years
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