How Can Indonesia Capitalise on its Growth Potential in Chemicals? - 2018 Study - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 22, 2019--The “How Can Indonesia Capitalise On its Growth Potential in Chemicals?” report from Wood Mackenzie has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Indonesia’s consumption of petrochemicals is rapidly growing, driven by an expanding middle class and an increase in spending on consumer goods.
Domestic production of key petrochemical products like polyethylene is lagging behind demand, resulting in a growing trade deficit. Who are the existing players in petrochemicals and who else is looking to invest? What opportunities lie in Indonesia for investment in petrochemicals?
The attached slide-pack provides an overview on the key petrochemical value chains, explains why we think petrochemical demand growth will be a major contributor to future oil demand growth, and also highlights the key feedstock and technology considerations for petrochemical investments in Indonesia.
Topics CoveredThe Petrochemical value chain - Upgrading hydrocarbons into more valuable end uses Putting it into perspective: chemicals are a small portion of oil demand but drive future oil demand growth Global petrochemical demand keeps growing Olefins - ethylene is king Aromatics - a high-value complement to gasoline Indonesia: existing players in petrochemicals Who else is looking to invest? Chemicals demand growth evolution (s-curve) Indonesia: a huge and growing market but limited domestic capacity Olefins: an alternative use for coal and natural gas Another reason why your portfolio should include chemicals Essential dynamics and questions to address A suite of services that spans from feedstock to end products
Companies FeaturedChandra Asri Petrochemical Lotte Chemical Titan PT Bukit Asam PT Pupuk Indonesia Pertamina Rosneft Saudi Aramco TPPI
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KEYWORD: ASIA PACIFIC INDONESIA
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MANUFACTURING CHEMICALS/PLASTICS
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