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Watch: Nitrogen market & the evolving impact of energy

Posted On: 28-03-2017 By: Grahame Turnbull

Analysing the latest market developments, the impact of energy, short and long term outlook – available to watch whenever you want.

Watch this FREE webinar now – simply click the link below:

This webinar was recorded on 27th April 2017 and provides great insight into Integer’s analysis of the impact of energy on the nitrogen market.

>> CLICK HERE TO WATCH THIS WEBINAR RECORDING

This Nitrogen webinar covers:

  • Key changes in marginal nitrogen production costs
  • Gas market liberalisation – the future of low-cost nitrogen production?
  • The impact of falling oil revenues on nitrogen producers in MENA
  • How do these changes shape Integer’s forecasts?
  • Confidential Q&A session at the end

Easy access: No downloads required, watch on multiple devices

    • WebinarGlobalPixThis webinar works with no need for downloads, simply click and play.
    • You can watch the webinar whenever you want – so don’t worry if you can’t make the times above, simply watch the session on demand when it suits you.
    • The webinar can be watched on all devices: PC, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone.

Presenter and Analyst team

  • Laura Cross – Nitrogen Research Manager
  • Oliver Hatfield – Director of Fertilizers and Chemicals
  • Alistair Wallace – Fertilizer and Chemicals Research Manager
  • Benjamin Treadwell – Nitrogen Analyst
  • Lynn Wang – China Research Manager
  • Andrea Valentini – Japan Research Manager
Find out more about our analyst team by clicking here

How does the webinar process work?

      1. Access the webinar recording by clicking this link
      2. No downloads required, use your PC, Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone,  sit back and enjoy the session wherever you are.

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