February 2015

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Qatar Petroleum and Shell cancel $6.5-B petrochemical project in Qatar Royal Dutch Shell and Qatar Petroleum (QP) have canceled the $6.5-B Al-Karaana petrochemical project in Qatar, which will signifi..

Qatar Petroleum and Shell cancel $6.5-B petrochemical project in Qatar Royal Dutch Shell and Qatar Petroleum (QP) have canceled the $6.5-B Al-Karaana petrochemical project in Qatar, which will significantly change global supply and demand balances for monoethylene glycol (MEG) from 2018–2025. Both QP and Shell cited escalating construction costs as the reason for halting the project. QP and Shell are heavily exposed to oil and gas markets, as the majority of their revenues are linked to oil and gas production. A weakening outlook for MEG markets is another factor in the project cancelation. The Al-Karaana project would have included two MEG units with a total capacity of 1.5 metric

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