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11 Unit, 6the floor , Jalal Ale Ahmad High Way, Tehran , Iran

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polymer outlook

Europe and Asia polymer outlook

European polymer markets look set to remain tight over the next quarter as outages impact supply and keep prices and margins strong. But high prices could attract imports

Oil rises as Kuwait

Oil rises as Kuwait worker strike curtails production - Oil prices rose on Tuesday as a strike by oil workers in Kuwait cut the country’s output levels, as markets continued to reel from a failure by major oil producers to reach an agreement

Oil prices fall sharply

Oil prices fall sharply after Doha output cap deal fails

Oil prices fell sharply on Monday after a meeting of major producers in Doha on Sunday ended without an agreement on curtailing production aimed at shoring up oil prices.

Lifting of Iran’s sanctions

Iran’s sanctions – what it means for the energy sector

World powers lifted international sanctions on Iran on 16 January, after the United Nations confirmed that Tehran had curbed its nuclear programme

Lifting of Iran's sanctions

what it means for petrochemicals

world powers lifted the sanctions after the UN confirmed that Tehran has curbed its nuclear programme. With the lifting of sanctions, Iran can sell its energy products, including crude oil and petrochemicals to Europe

Iran's LNG future

Time to reconsider Iran's LNG future

The long-term Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) announced on 14 July by Iran and the so-called EU3+3 (France, Germany, UK, US, China and Russia) in Vienna, puts Iran on a firm reintegration path with the global economy.

Oil production freeze

Oil prices recover early losses after no agreement - Oil prices recovered some of their early losses on Monday after tumbling in early trade as markets reacted to news that a meeting of major producers in Doha

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