High Crude Oil Prices Pressure CTO Market

de Guzman, Doris
November 2004
Chemical Market Reporter;11/22/2004, Vol. 266 Issue 18, p16
Trade Publication
Examines the impact of high crude oil prices on crude tall oil (CTO) supply in the U.S. Demand for producers in the pulp and paper industry to use CTO as an alternative energy feedstock; Issue about burning CTO; Improvement in demand for tall oil fatty acids and tall oil rosin.


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