Shell Chemicals Ethylene Glycols Price Increase June 01

Effective June 1, 2018, the following Shell Ethylene Glycols will see a price increase of $0.02/lb: Ethylene Glycol (MEG) Diethylene Glycol (DEG) Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this recent increase might effect you. For further …

Shell MEG Price Increases May 1

Effective May 1, 2018, Shell MEG will see a price increase as described below. MEG (Monoethylene Glycol), up by $0.04 per pound Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this recent increase might effect you. For …

Shell Chemical Price Increase – Hydrocarbon Solvents – April 9, 2018

Effective April 9, 2018, Shell Chemical LP will increase its prices by 6.0 US cents per pound for the following Hydrocarbon solvents: Hexane Heavy Reformate WHT VM&P Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this recent increase …

Shell Chemical Ethylene Glycol Price Increase April 01

Effective April 1, 2018, Ethylene Glycol will see a price increase of $0.10/lb on the items below: Tri-Ethylene Glycol (TEG) Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this recent increase might effect you. For further details, please read …

Shell TEG & MEG Price Increases February 1

Effective February 1, 2018, Shell TEG and MEG will see significant price increases. These increases are detailed below. TEG (Triethylene Glycol), up by $0.05 per pound MEG (Monoethylene Glycol), up by $0.03 per pound Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest …

Shell MEK & IPA Price Increases Set for October 4

Effective October 4, 2017, Shell MEK and IPA will see significant price increases. See those increases detailed below. IPA, all grades, up $0.05 per pound MEK, up $0.10 per pound These increases will affect the pricing for all grades and associated blends containing these materials. Be sure to reach out …

Shell TEG, MEG, & DEG Price Increases October 1

Shell has just released their latest price increase announcement for 2017. Effective October 1, 2017, Shell TEG, MEG, and DEG will all see significant price increases. These increases are detailed below. TEG (Triethylene Glycol), up by $0.05 per pound MEG (Monoethylene Glycol), up by $0.04 per pound DEG (Diethylene Glycol), …

Shell MEK & IPA Price Increases Set for September 20

Shell has just released their latest price increase announcement for 2017. Effective September 20, 2017, Shell MEK and IPA will both see significant price increases. See the increases in detail below. Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK), up by $0.07 per pound Isopropanol (IPA), 99 and USP grades, up by $0.03 per …

Shell Force Majeure Announcement

Shell has announced force majeure at its Deer Park, Texas Phenol and Acetone plants due to the widespread flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. It is currently unknown when normal operations will resume. For further details, please read the Shell force majeure letter here. be sure to reach out to your …

Shell MEG Price Increase for September 1

Shell has just released their latest price increase announcement for 2017. Effective September 1, 2017, Shell MEG (Monoethylene Glycol) will see a price increase of $0.03 per pound. Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this …

Shell MEK Price Increase Set for August 21

Shell has just released their latest price increase announcement for 2017. Effective August 21, 2017, Shell MEK will be increased by $0.10 per pound. Be sure to reach out to your dedicated GreenChem sales rep for further insight on the latest chemical news and how this recent increase might effect …

Shell’s Pernis Refinery in Rotterdam Suffers Major Fire

On Saturday, July 30, Shell’s Pernis refinery in Rotterdam suffered a severe fire. Experts have concluded the fire was caused by short-circuiting in a high voltage station. The fire was extinguished Sunday morning, July 31, with no reported injuries. As of August 1, Shell had declared force majeure on supplies …