October 2009
Chemical Week;10/26/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p36
Trade Publication
The article analyzes the price levels changes in crude oil industry. The crude oil business of West Texas Intermediate increased by half a dollar while Henry Hub's natural gas decreased by nine cents per million British thermal unit (Btu). The prices of European spot Naphtha was directly influenced by higher oil prices. Meanwhile, prices of spot polymer in North America continued to decrease.


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