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For its landmark Etileno XXI project, this company -- a joint venture of the premier thermoplastic resins producer in the Americas and one of Mexico’s leading petrochemical groups -- secured a total investment of $4.5B to build the largest petrochemical facility in the Americas, capable of producing 1+ million tons of ethylene and polyethylene annually.Learn more about our client's successes
Listen to Rina Quijada, Senior Director of Latin America for chemical, explain how a petrochemical company expanded its market share through solid, long-term investments in multiple countries using IHS Markit data and forecasting across the entire supply chain. From feedstocks to end-use products, company leaders are making informed business decisions that set the stage for long-term growth.View Video
One of the world's largest chemical companies has established itself as a leader in the solar energy sector by providing materials to manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells. At a time when two-thirds of other providers went out of business, this company has successfully balanced its client portfolio and expanded its business in this sector.
This national oil company wanted to give investors confidence so they developed a two-pronged strategy to grow its core oil business and set the stage for launching a new chemical business, while staying abreast of market changes and avoiding up to $4 billion in potential costs/risk to its reputation.Learn more about our client’s successes
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From the US chemical renaissance inspired by shale, to the feedstock shift in Asia towards unconventionals, and the drop in competitiveness of the Middle East because of reduced ethane availability and higher prices, industry players have been prompted to look increasingly at M&A as a way to extend market reach, acquire technology and concentrate or extend t..more
After a nearly two decades of fast economic growth, China has achieved huge success in growing its economy and generating wealth for its citizens. However, this success comes at a large cost – a deteriorating environment. Air pollution and water pollution are particularly serious in the economically developed North an..more
The global market for specialty chemicals totaled $556 billion in 2016, driven by the strong demand for personal electronics and the increasing buying power of Chinese consumers. Despite the strong performance of these consumer markets, other economic headwinds joined forces to stall market growth: a slowing Chinese economy, the recessio..more