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the raw material that is required for some industrial process

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Release date- 19082019 - Effective for all shipments made on or after October 1, 2019, to the extent allowed under customer contracts, Cabot Corporation will apply a Feedstock Surcharge of $0.03 per pound to all carbon black products sold by its Reinforcement Materials segment in North America.
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 19 2019] This MRRSE Insights study offers a ten-year analysis and forecast for the Global Petroleum Liquid Feedstock Market between 2019 and 2027.
Such dilemma then is prompting a joint oversight committee of Congress to probe the root cause of the unwarranted escalation in feedstock prices, primarily for molasses which is the main raw material being depended upon by ethanol industry players.
Last Friday, the RHI got positive news for its request to import feedstock as a House of Representatives joint oversight hearing revealed that there are no legal impediments for the group to import its raw materials.
Under the relief package, the GIDC rate for feedstock gas for fertiliser plants, which are already receiving concessionary feedstock gas, will be reduced to zero and the rate for fuel gas for these plants will be cut by 50%.
The GIDC for feedstock gas to fertilizer plants will be decreased to zero and the rate for fuel gas for these plants will be slashed by 50%.
Sabic and Plastic Energy intend to build a first commercial plant in the Netherlands to refine and upgrade a valuable feedstock, known as TACOIL, a patented Plastic Energy product, which will be produced from the recycling of low quality, mixed plastic waste otherwise destined for incineration or landfill.
Thanks to the projects, a total of 1.6 million tons of ethane and heavier gas compounds and 14 million barrels of gas condensates, valued at $1,300 million/year, will be made available to petrochemical plants to consume as feedstock. Items worth over 2,600 million dollars per year are expected to be produced by the feedstock.
India allowed import of petcoke for use as feedstock in some industries, sending shares of cement manufacturers higher.
TEHRAN -- Iran aims to use gas as feedstock instead of fuels like mazut to generate power by March 2018, Financial Tribune reported on Saturday.
Feedstock Change (Contract) C2 (Ethylene) [pounds sterling]0.00 C3 (Propylene) [pounds sterling]0,00 Styrene -[pounds sterling]80.64 Benzene [pounds sterling]42.11 Brent Crude [pounds sterling]9.59 Further evidence of this inflationary pressure comes from the November feedstock price adjustment whereby C2 and C3 avoided an anticipated reduction and instead prices rolled-over.
Summary: Norilsk Nickel has reported an unexpectedly weak 1Q17 trading update, with a 5% fall in own nickel production and a 17-28% YoY decline in palladium/platinum output, affected by the slow ramp-up of downstream facilities and also the high dilution in processing its depleting pyrrhotite concentrate feedstock at Polar division.
"In terms of industry growth, we see growth chasing where feedstock is competitive, and the US is top of the list," Mosaed Al-Ohali said.
First and foremost, the US' much-talked about shale oil renaissance has flooded the US market with abundant supplies of cheap feedstock (ethane).