COVID-19 pandemic curtails the investment wave in petrochemical industry

COVID-19 Pandemic Curtails the Investment Wave in Petrochemical Industry

Roseland O&G

With the impact of COVID-19 outbreak globally and the downturn in oil and gas market prices, companies are announcing project delays. The U.S. had the largest number of project delay announcements by mid-May, followed by China, and construction works at Shell Beaver County Complex and utility works at the Formosa…

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