Webinar:
Petrochemical market
outlook

7 May 2020

CIS PETROCHEMICALS

Webinar:
Petrochemical market
outlook

7 May 2020

Russia has started focusing on the petrochemical sector as one of the largest crude producers, it might be affected by the lowering of crude demand as a corollary of declining fuel demand globally. How will the petrochemicals market look like in the coming years considering the impact of the coronavirus outbreak?

In partnership with GlobalData Globuc invites to the webinar on global petrochemicals markets.

This webinar will provide GlobalData’s outlook for the global petrochemical industry, including insights into supply, demand, capacity additions, and other market dynamics. It will highlight the major impacts that the COVID-19 crisis is having on economic activity and petrochemical demand, project delays, and the competitive landscape. Beyond this, our outlook into medium and long-term market dynamics will help you plan to position your business for recovery and growth post-crisis.


Date: May 7, 10:00 BST / 12:00 Moscow time

Duration: 1 hour

Fee: Free of charge. Preliminary registration with your business email address is required.

Agenda:

The webinar will start with the 30 minutes presentation about the outlook of the petrochemical industry by the GlobalData experts and will be followed by the Q&A live session and discussion with the audience.

Speakers:

Will Scargill
Managing Analyst
GlobalData

Raj Shekhar
Director, Oil & Gas
GlobalData

The interactive format will allow you to join the discussion and ask questions via chat and video in real-time.

Language: English


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