India's Reliance Industries is bidding for a stake in bankrupt chemical giant LyondellBasell as it emerges from bankruptcy.
South Korea's Fair Trade Commission has deemed LPG pricing in Korea as anti-competitive, but has delayed a final decision on how much to fine companies involved.
Pakistan's has promising LPG import potential, but major hurdles still lie ahead.
Black Sea ammonia traders could be forgiven for wondering where their market has gone.
Butane is back on the feedstock menu for some Japanese and Korean crackers.
According to Poten's long-term forecast, international seaborne LPG trading patterns will shift under the weight of an emerging tidal wave of new export volumes in the years out to 2020.
Commercial conditions in the amply supplied global LNG market may not be optimal, but from a technical perspective Qatar's new mega trains are performing above expectation.
Shell is modifying its US Gulf Coast steam crackers to take more gas liquids feedstocks.
Buyers in Europe are gearing up to cover heating positions in a tightly supplied market.
Thailand's Siam Gas has bought Chevron's Shantou LPG import terminal in Guangdong, South China, via its Hong Kong subsidiary for $51 million.