A tale of two months

Published at 05:00 4 Nov 2019 by

The tightness in LPG and naphtha markets that emerged after the September attacks on Saudi oil facilities will linger into at least November. But come December, supplies in Asia will have recovered, and the true test will be the strength of Asian demand. We expect NGL global prices to weaken in Dece…

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