The return of Saudi petrochemical feedstock after curbs and its implications
Most Saudi petrochemical producers announced feedstock curbs of between 15 and 50pc in the immediate aftermath of the mid-September attacks on the country's oil installations. Petrochemical feedstock curbs are easing with a majority of producers announcing a full resumption of ethane to pre-attack levels. Argus Editor Muhamad Fadhil is in Saudi this week and provides an update on the feedstock situation.
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