Problems at Petroquim refinery impacts July availability for the export market

Chilean polypropylene producer Petroquim reported that July availability for the export market has dipped by 60% due to problems with the local refinery, as per Platts. Its 100,000 tpa polypropylene plant is due for a four day maintenance shutdown next week as ENAP is under maintenance shutdown. For the domestic market, Petroquim's offers dropped by a hundred dollars over July to US$1970/mt CIF for homo raffia, film, and injection and at US$2060-2070/mt CIF for co-polymer.
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