Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting Introduces New Service: Stress Testing and Scenario Testing

Uncertainty abounds. Crude oil prices are likely to remain high to support inflated Middle Eastern budgets, according to the Zawya news service.. European Union members risk default with each new bond issue, per the New York Times. Congressional posturing in an election year promises continued inaction by our elected leaders, according to the Huffington Post. Macroeconomic shocks could be unveiled at any time. Kevin Boyle says that, "Now is the time to consider stress testing your P&L." - January 09, 2012

Q4 2011 Petrochemical Outlook from Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting

Prices and margins will be compressed in the U.S., EU, and Asia in Q4 2011. The drag created by the economy will nip into producers’ profits as prices ease and costs remain steady. - October 05, 2011

New Metrics for Financial Analysis of Petrochemical Markets Released by Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting

Financial analysis of petrochemical markets and companies can be challenging. The correlation between macroeconomic indicators and financial results for petrochemical producers is difficult to recognize. The White Paper: New Metrics for Financial Analysis of Petrochemical Markets (available at introduces three key metrics for the financial analysis of petrochemical markets. - October 04, 2011

Q3 2011 Flash Petrochemical Outlook from Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting

A concise outlook for global petrochemicals and plastics in Q3 2011 covering prices and margins, and popular pure plays. - June 28, 2011

Longer Term Solutions for Butadiene Prospectus Released by Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting

This Study will cover four general topics: 1. The butadiene/SBR/tire cycle 2. Refinery production of butadiene 3. Saudi gathering of C4’s and other global issues 4. Demand destruction of butadiene - May 14, 2011

Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting Releases Prospectus: Petrochemical Market Impact on US Shale Plays

U.S. Shale Plays promise to produce natural gas rich in liquids. The value of these liquids as feedstock for the petrochemical industry will depend on their cost, and the ability of the industry to consume the liquids. The objective of this study will be to anticipate the value of these liquids as feedstocks for the petrochemical industry and their possible impact on commercial thresholds for the shale plays. - October 28, 2010

Petrochemicals in 2010: Terraforming, Released by Kevin L. Boyle, Consulting

A global review of petrochemicals in 2009 and an outlook for 2010. The global petrochemical industry made rapid adjustments to uncertain market conditions throughout 2009. China will make significant progress toward supplying its own continuing, rapid growth; while the Middle Eastern region will expand its role as the incremental petrochemical supplier to the world. - December 12, 2009

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