The U.S. overproduction of ethylene is expected to last for years. So petrochemical companies need to clear the bottleneck by expanding exports. But many are already behind the eight ball.
A new paper, Ethylene Overcapacity: What It Means for the U.S. and Global Market, makes the case for improving export infrastructure to align supply with worldwide demand and build a resilient supply chain.
- How a shale boom sparked an ethylene glut
- Why international expansion is critical
- How the overall ethylene market will benefit
This paper is a must-read for chemical supply chain professionals as they ramp up global initiatives.