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Listen: US ethylene market on edge as prices climb and outages continue

Platts petrochemicals editor Pavel Pavlov talks about what's been driving up the US ethylene market, where spot prices recently hit a 12-week high. Both planned and unplanned outages have been spurring prices upward, as has the continued outage of the Evangeline pipeline between Texas and Louisiana, and the market is waiting on the edge of its seat for quarterly data that may influence what happens next.


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