Our LPG & NGLs service is overseen by Robert Campbell and covers the rapidly expanding and evolving global markets for LPG and other natural gas liquids.
With in-depth knowledge of these traded markets, our publications provide comprehensive coverage and deliver insights to keep you ahead of developments in this complex arena.
Our flagship monthly publication combines commentary on key market themes and analysis of the important developments affecting the market and future prices. It details the factors behind price determination and explores the themes that will shape the future of the market.
Read the latest Outlook reports
The report drills down in granular detail into the key indicators of demand, supply, trade, inventory and prices for LPG and gas liquids by region - Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Europe, FSU, North America and Latin America - to give the reader insight into a complex area.
Read the latest Regional overview reports
We provide rapid insights into how market events and policy developments will influence the LPG & NGLs markets. E-mail alerts offer a short summary of the event/development as it happens, together with any implication for balances and our market outlook. Example topics include condensate splitter outages, demand hotspot stories, trade flows, East-West arbs and short-term changes in regional balances and their impact on prices and spreads.
This weekly E-mail alert summarises our views on the propane, ethane and C4+ markets, with particular regard to export arbitrage opportunities and petrochemical feedstock viability. We also include pertinent news on global markets and operations that could affect LPG market dynamics.
We offer our proprietary balances data for LPG and ethane as part of the overall LPG & NGLs service. The data is presented in Excel for easy download, integration, and manipulation. We currently offer global databases for LPG supply, LPG demand, steam crackers, naphtha supply and naphtha demand. The database categories will expand over the coming months.
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