Early bird

Published at 09:59 2 Feb 2018 by

The global LPG selloff that was widely expected for the spring got underway early last month. Demand fundamentals look mostly fine, especially with propane and butane falling in price to entice petrochemical producers to switch away from cracking naphtha, but the market looks set to struggle. Becaus…

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