Conferences and Events

Chemical Market Analytics Events, Conferences and Education for the Energy Industry

Chemical Market Analytics Conferences are one-of-a kind event that will outline crucial issues affecting the global and regional chemical markets, delivering invaluable and insightful information to help facilitate decision making for your business in the upcoming decade.

Join our events to get information and critical updates, as well as network and forge relationships with industry colleagues. Don’t miss the opportunity to get relevant and on-time information and analysis at your fingertips.

Live Events


May 25 - May 26, 2023

Global Chlor-alkali & Vinyls Conference

This year’s event will focus on Successfully Navigating Evolving Markets. Join us in exploring commercial and economic challenges facing the chlor-vinyls industry.

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September 12 - September 14, 2023

World Chemical Forum

World Chemical Forum is a new three-day event set that will redefine chemical industry conferences. It’s presented by Chemical Market Analytics with participation from The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s.

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September 25 - September 26, 2023

World Methanol Conference

The World Methanol Conference is the premier gathering of industry professionals creating a platform for insights and dialogues on the challenges and opportunities surrounding the methanol markets.

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October 10 - October 12, 2023

World Soda Ash Conference

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Industry Events

May 17 - May 20, 2023

Asia Petrochemical Industry Conference 2023 (APIC)

Chemical Market Analytics will participate at the APIC 2023 from 17-19 2023 in New Delhi, India. Join us at our market briefing and meet with our experts!

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On-Demand Events

Circular Plastics Industry Update Webinar

Discover how Circular Plastic Service can help you reformulate your company strategy when transitioning from a linear to a circular economy.

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Plastics Recycling and the Circular Economy

Recycling is a cornerstone of sustainability but only a small fraction of plastic waste is collected and reused. A transition is underway to create a new ecosystem of circular plastics.

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