Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap

Betting On New Technology & Storms – Has It Come To This?
May 23, 2021
Commodities Mentioned:
PVC, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polystyrene, PET, Ethylene, Propylene, Benzene, Isocyanates, Lithium, Carbon Dioxide, Hydrogen, Methanol, Natural Gas/NGLs, Crude/Naphtha, Caustic Soda, Lumber,Copper, Silver, Aluminum, Iron Ore, Ethanol, Butanol, Xylenes, LNG, Polyols, Butadiene
Companies Mentioned:
Dow, LyondellBasell, Ineos, OMV, Westlake, Sherwin-Williams, PPG, Axalta, DuPont, Celanese, Lanxess, Arkema, Asahi Glass, Daicel, Daikin, DIC, Hanwha Chemical, Idemitsu, IMCD, Pidilite Industries, Indorama Ventures, YCI Methanol, Kaneka, Kuraray, Ganfeng Lithium, Lenzing, LG Chem, Rompetrol, SI Group, Taiyo Nippon, UBE Industries, Covestro, Formosa Plastics, BP, Unilever, Lotte Chemical, Olin, Huntsman, BASF, Adeka, Berry Global, Biesterfeld, Eagle Materials, Engro, Honeywell, Greiner, Hexcel, Oriental Aromatics, ISK, Kansai Paint, Nissan Chemical, Osaka Soda, Packwell, Prairie Lithium, Raven Industries, Sakata, Sumitomo Bakelite, Williams, Ineos Styrolution, Stepan, ExxonMobil, Walmart, Suez, Gevo, Coca-Cola, NextDecade, Occidental, Energy Transfer, Enterprise Products, Advent Technologies, Shanshan, Chevron Lummus, SQM, Albemarle, Livent, CSW Industrials, Delo, Kemira, Sibur, W.R. Grace, Neste, Mitsui Chemicals, Toyota Tsusho, ADM, Air Liquide, OQ Chemicals, Mitsubishi, Texas Brine, Qenos, Ford, SK innovation, Vine Energy, Shell, Henkel, Lummus, PI Industries, Nippon Kayaku, Omya, FedEx, Maire Tecnimont, Daimler, Sinopec, SK Chemicals, Solvay, Braskem, Indian Oil, Hodogaya Chemical, Cosmo Energy, Ashland, Aceto

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Betting On New Technology & Storms – Has It Come To This?

  • We weigh the positives and negatives of the recent IEA net-zero report, discuss likely government policy shifts and frame implications for the chemicals sector.
  • An increasing level of evidence displays global length in some commodity chemical chains, suggesting that peak profits for 2021 are likely in 2Q.
  • Unless bad weather intervenes, which may cut more available US production, we see ahead. The first named Atlantic storm of 2021 is already here.
  • Many US polymer prices reflect a premium to Asia, despite the sizable US ties to export demand and rising Asia capacity. US premiums appear set to erode.

Last week we discussed 29 Chemicals and related products and 110 Companies.

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