International Energy Agency models show long-term global decline in oil use, but increase in petrochemical opportunities. Refiners will need to integrate more closely with end-producers.
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China's largest search engine lists its top ranking search terms from last year
Good news for lubes producers as the International Energy Agency (IEA) revises its oil demand forecast upwards.
New discovery about the dynamics of squeezing fluids could revolutionise fuel and oil separation techniques.
Over-production could threaten fuel prices even as emerging economies drive demand
The complexity of Lubes marketing was brought into sharp relief at the recent London ICIS Conference.
Iran plans to increase crude oil production by 2016
OECD and OPEC supplies are set to tighten as global fuel demand rises in 2013 according to a new report.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) is urging Australia to build up emergency oil supplies.