What is ICIS Lor index?

What is ICIS Lor index?

ICIS (LOR) provides pricing information on the petrochemical and oil markets with reports published on more than 120 commodities, with a frequency ranging from four times per day to monthly. The pricing information is gathered by a team of specialist editors and reporters based in London, Houston and Singapore.

Who owns ICIS?

LexisNexis® Risk Solutions GroupICIS / Parent organization

Does RELX own ICIS?

ICIS is a trusted source of global commodity intelligence for the energy, chemical and fertilizer industry. We are a division of RELX, a FTSE 15 company with a market cap of £39.3 billion and an employee base of over 30,000 experts across 40 countries.

How do I contact ICIS?

Email us at [email protected] and we’ll make it happen.

What is Platts index?

Platts Iron Ore Index, or IODEX (IODBZ00), is a benchmark assessment by S&P Global Commodity Insights of the spot price of physical iron ore. The assessment is based on a standard specification of iron ore fines with 62% iron, 2.25% alumina, 4% silica and 0.09% phosphorus, among other gangue elements.

How petrochemicals are used today?

Petrochemicals are used to manufacture thousands of different products that people use daily, including plastics, medicines, cosmetics, furniture, appliances, electronics, solar power panels, and wind turbines.

Where is ICIS based?

About ICIS ICIS’ global team of more than 500 people based in London, Houston, Singapore, New York, Washington, Shanghai, Moscow and Mumbai strives to deliver definitive global chemical,& energy market intelligence.

When was ICIS founded?

ICIS was founded in 1980 at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the first conference was held in Philadelphia the same year.

What is Platts price?

Platts means a price benchmark service for the oil industry. Platts pricing plus a premium or minus a discount is the preferred pricing mechanism on this requirement.

What is Platts market data?

The Platts Market Data – Oil dataset provides access to market data and oil price assessments for global the crude oil and refined oil industry.

What is the future of petrochemicals?

Petrochemicals are rapidly becoming the largest driver of global oil demand. The growth in demand for petrochemical products means that petrochemicals are set to account for over a third of the growth in oil demand to 2030, and nearly half to 2050, ahead of trucks, aviation and shipping.

Is petrol a petrochemical?

Gasoline, kerosene, fuel oil, lubricating oil, wax, asphalt, and the like are excluded from the definition of petrochemicals, since they are not, in the true sense, chemical compounds but are in fact intimate mixtures of hydrocarbons.