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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 148
No crystal ball? No worries – It won’t work for 2023!
- Client discussions focus on what to expect in 2023: we know what the unknowns are, but the possible outcomes around each make projections very challenging.
- The likelihood of the chemical industry making more money in 2023 than in 2022 is very low, with the probability of losses higher, especially in Europe, in our view.
- China is a major wildcard for 2023, but the behavior of national oil companies is likely the longer-term wildcard and a grave risk to independents in chemicals.
- Ammonia remains a bright spot, with potential demand as a fuel possibly driving growth rates that several parts of the new plant supply chain will struggle to meet.
- Natural gas demand for LNG is driving surpluses of NGLs in the U.S., which also encourages more chemical capacity additions – oversupply is here and may stay.
Last week we discussed 31 Chemicals and related products and 130 Companies.
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