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COVID-19 Implications

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is an ongoing global situation with implications on lives and activities. At IHS Markit, our experts leverage proprietary data, software & analytics and analysis to offer timely insight into what this means for current needs and future security.

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OPIS by IHS Markit
September 2020


The double whammy of COVID-19 and unprecedented oil price volatility has thrown the naphtha and NGLs markets into disarray. Some of the upheavals like changes in trade flows and lockdown-related demand destruction are likely to be temporary, others could be more long lasting. Get updated price and market outlooks from the OPIS Asia Naphtha and LPG Report in the pivotal Asia region.


OPIS by IHS Markit
22 September 2020


The marine fuels market was expected to undergo a major reinvention due to the IMO restriction on sulfur on fuel to 0.5%. That critical change to the market dynamic was further complicated by the Saudi Arabia-Russia crude oil production dispute and, more drastically, by COVID-19 and its global economic effects. Just what is the state of the marine fuel industry and what can be perceived as a normal market moving forward?


ChemWeek
03 August 2020


Specialty chemical makers reported lower second-quarter demand and profits due to COVID-19 impacts. Nevertheless, some businesses, including personal care and architectural coatings, held up better than others, particularly industrial specialties and products related to the automotive end market.


ChemWeek
24 July 2020


Air Products reports net income down 9% year on year (YOY), to $446.5 million, on sales down 7% YOY, to $2.07 billion.COVID-19 reduced earnings by 35–40 cents/share, with a 3% YOY drop in volumes partly offset by a 2% increase in prices and cost cuts.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Market Impacts and Press Coverage

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