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.
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