ICIS Fertiliizers
ICIS will be speaking at DGCX’s Middle East Plastics Market Seminar

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Venue: Majilis Al Mina Ballroom, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai
Date: 26 February 2014
Time: 10:00am – 12:45pm (lunch and networking session to follow)

The polyolefins market is about to undergo some significant changes which could potentially impact your business. In volatile times, can you afford to miss out on vital short- to long-term market intelligence that will allow you to mitigate risks and keep your business competitive?

Join ICIS Polymers Consultant, Fabrizio Galiè, and ICIS Chief Middle East Correspondent, Muhamed Fadhil, as they speak at DGCX’s Middle East Plastics Market Seminar at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai on 26 February 2014.

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Agenda:

10:00 Registration and Refreshments
10:30 Polypropylene (PP) Market Overview and Outlook
Review of the 2013 PP markets – key global developments and market highlights in the Middle East
Middle East PP current market situation and short-term outlook – looking at recent prices, supply and demand fundamentals, trading activity and the impact of major events such as the Dubai Expo 2020 and the Qatar World Cup 2022
Short-term PP price forecasts
Market outlook and long-term supply and demand forecast for PP with information on key trading regions affecting the overall Middle East markets
Speakers: Fabrizio Galiè and Muhamed Fadhil,, ICIS
11:45 Managing Price Volatility in the Petrochemicals Sector
Overview of the plastics futures and PP futures contract
Application and technical details of a PP futures contract
Speakers: Meng Chan Shu and James Bernard, DMCC
12:45 Networking Lunch

This high-profile seminar is free of charge and is a unique opportunity for decision-makers in the polyolefins industry to meet and interact. It will also provide a better understanding of price drivers and fluctuations, insight into where the volatile polyolefins market is heading and an opportunity to learn how to manage risk.

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