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SABIC plans crude-to-chemicals facility in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia may be the first country in the Middle East to see an operating oil-to-chemicals processing facility.
Middle East chemical industry to benefit from strategic change
The chemical industry will be the fastest growing sector in the Middle East over the next three years, as businesses try to remain competitive by refocusing onto higher-value and niche products.
Oil & gas industry contributes £35 billion annually to UK economy
Although oil prices are persistently high and production is declining in the UK, the outlook for the oilfield services industry is very positive.
Need for water great, spending huge
McKinsey Global Institute estimates that the world needs to spend as much as $2.7 billion a year to upgrade global infrastructure and support growing population.
The case for crude oil exports
Crude oil exports would be beneficial to the United States is the near-unanimous verdict of 30 economists in a recent Associated Press poll.
Pharmaceutical sector roiled
Based on patent expiries and for other reasons, the global pharmaceutical industry is going through a process of consolidation, impacting European suppliers.
Mixed oil-sector investment picture in Asia
When making investment decisions, Asian oil and gas companies must weigh the region’s continuing industrial growth against North America’s potential to supply inexpensive petroleum products based on abundantly exploited shale gas reserves.
Sinopec drops plans for new petrochemical projects
China's largest refiner, Sinopec Corp., has shelved plans to invest in new petrochemical projects, citing growing competition from the U.S. petrochemical sector as the main deciding factor.

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