The 2012 IHS Chemical Financial Forum, to be held June 13 at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City, will focus on strong demand in high-growth economies, renewed focus on growth strategies, and the rapid expansion of shale gas production in the U.S. continue to transform the chemical industry.
The IHS Chemical Financial Forum brings together thought leaders, economists, finance and chemical professionals for panels and presentations that include mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures; investments in emerging markets; sustainability; supply chain costs and the impact of changing financial regulations. The forum also includes the CFO of the Year Award reception and dinner.
“The vastness of the U.S. shale plays, coupled with high crude oil prices, has transformed the U.S. into one of the lowest cost petrochemical producing regions,” said Gary Adams, chief advisor for IHS Chemical. “That fact, combined with the positive outlook for shale production growth, sets the stage for continued growth and investment in the petrochemical industry.”
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