The 2020 collapse in crude oil prices changed the game for the chemical industry
The 2020 collapse in crude oil prices changed the game for the chemical industry, with long-term implications. The US and Middle East - historically key regional players - lost their competitive cost edge as crude plummeted.
As the game continues to shift, clear winners and losers will emerge.
How can you make sure you don't end up on the losing side?
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Rely on IHS Markit insight, data and analysis to help you make confident investment decisions, optimize portfolios, innovate and operate sustainably - no matter how the game changes.
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