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PetroChem Wire editors have years of deep and broad market and industry expertise and have come up with training programs to address some of the most pertinent questions: What are these markets? How do they work? What are the relationships between these markets? What are the price mechanisms? What's next?

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Attend PCW’s FREE Seminar June 5 in Friendswood/Clear Lake!

If you've missed our other popular Free seminars, join PCW editors for their final complementary review of the markets on June 5 in Friendswood/Clear Lake.

With more material all along the US petrochemical value chain now available to the world, experts from PCW – the provider of benchmark olefins and polymers prices for the CME and ICE – will discuss the volatile petrochemicals space, managing price risk, feedstock economics and the impact of new capacities.

 PCW invites those in attendance to a one-hour networking reception following the presentations.

Where: Whiskey Cake, 18840 Gulf Freeway, Friendswood TX 77380 (next to Baybrook Mall)
When: 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, June 5, 2018 (Cocktail reception 4-5 p.m.)

Speakers include:

Kathy Hall, CEO and Executive Editor, PCW (Olefins)

David Barry, Senior Editor, PCW (Polymers)

Samantha Hartke, Product Manager, PCW

Robert Sharp, Senior Editor, PCW

To register for this event, click HERE 

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The Distillation Column--A Blog on Refining

Read PetroChem Wire Editor and refinery industry expert Robert Sharp's new weekly blog that discusses industry and market trends, and the economics of petrochemicals, such as alkylate and raffinate, in the ever-changing refined products marketplace. See recent postings below:

Isobutane premium to normal butane widens on alkylate demand, squeeze

FCC margins push higher after refinery fire

FCC profitability pushes higher with strong gasoline

Refiner Dilemma: How to make low-sulfur bunker fuel

VGO is cheap, margins poor, but not for long

Shell FCC decision signals extra refining needed to boost supplies after Harvey.

Refined product shortages from Harvey? Just export less

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