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Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Suppliers Performance

LYB's Supply Chain

 
LYB Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 6.12 % year on year in Q4 2020, sequentially sales grew by 48.25 %, Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 14.05 % in Q4.

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Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 6.12 % year on year in Q4 2020, sequentially sales grew by 48.25 %, Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's cost of sales deteriorated by -4.71 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 14.05 % in Q4.

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Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Comment on Supply Chain


Raw material cost is the largest component of the total cost for the production of ethylene and its co-products. The primary raw materials used are heavy liquids and domestically sourced and currently cost advantaged natural gas liquids (“NGLs”) mainly from regional producers via a mix of contractual and spot arrangements. Heavy liquids include crude oil-based naphtha and gas oil, as well as condensate, a very light crude oil resulting from natural gas production (collectively referred to as “heavy liquids”). NGLs include ethane, propane and butane. The use of heavy liquid raw materials results in the production of a significant amount of co-products such as propylene, butadiene and benzene, as well as gasoline blending components, while the use of NGLs results in the production of a smaller amount of co-products.

Historically, facilities using heavy liquids as feedstock have generated higher margins than those using ethane. However, in recent years ethane has had a cost advantage over heavy liquids due to the recent technological advances for extracting shale gas. A plant’s flexibility to consume a wide range of raw materials generally will provide an advantage over plants that are restricted in their processing capabilities. We can process significant quantities of either heavy liquids or NGLs. We estimate that in the U.S. we can process up to 85% NGLs. Changes in the raw material feedstock utilized in the production process will result in variances in production capacities among products. We believe our raw material flexibility in the U.S. is a key advantage in our production of ethylene and its co-products over time.

In North America, we also purchase large amounts of natural gas to be used primarily as an energy source in our business via market-based contractual arrangements from numerous suppliers.


Raw material cost is the largest component of the total cost for the production of ethylene and its co-products. The primary raw materials used in our European olefin facilities are heavy liquids and, for our Saudi joint venture facilities, locally sourced and cost advantaged NGLs, including ethane, propane and butane. The principal raw materials used by our polyolefin and Catalloy process resin businesses are propylene and ethylene. In Europe, we have the capacity to produce approximately 50% of the propylene requirements of our European PP business and approximately 90% of the ethylene requirements of our European PE business. Propylene and ethylene requirements that are not produced internally generally are acquired via spot purchases or pursuant to long-term contracts with third-party suppliers.
Our PP compounding facilities generally receive their PP and other polymers from one of our wholly owned or joint venture facilities. PB-1 raw materials are sourced solely from external supply. Some of our joint ventures receive propylene and ethylene from their local shareholders under long-term contracts.

The primary raw materials used for the production of PO and its co-products and derivatives are propylene, isobutane, mixed butane, ethylene and benzene. The market prices of these raw materials historically have been related to the price of crude oil, NGLs and natural gas, as well as supply and demand for the raw materials.
In the U.S., we obtain a large portion of our propylene, benzene and ethylene raw materials needed for the production of PO and its co-products and derivatives internally from our O&P–Americas segment. Raw materials for the non-U.S. production of PO and its co-products and derivatives are obtained internally and also from third parties. We consume a significant portion of our internally-produced PO in the production of PO derivatives.

The cost of raw materials generally is the largest component of total production cost for PO and its co-products and derivatives. The raw material requirements for these businesses are purchased at market-based prices from numerous suppliers in the U.S. and Europe with which we have established contractual relationships, as well as in the spot market.
We purchase our ethanol requirements for the production of ETBE from third parties; the methanol for our MTBE production comes from internal production and third parties. The primary raw materials required for the production of acetic acid are carbon monoxide and methanol. We purchase carbon monoxide pursuant to a long-term contract under which pricing is based primarily on the cost of production. All methanol required for acetyls production is internally sourced. Natural gas is the primary raw material required for the production of methanol.

In addition to ethylene, acetic acid is a primary raw material for the production of VAM. For the production of VAM, we obtain our entire requirements for acetic acid and ethylene from our internal production. Historically we have used a large percentage of our acetic acid production to produce VAM.

We purchase the crude oil used as a raw material for the Houston refinery on the open market on a spot basis and under a number of supply agreements with regional producers.


Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Comment on Supply Chain


Raw material cost is the largest component of the total cost for the production of ethylene and its co-products. The primary raw materials used are heavy liquids and domestically sourced and currently cost advantaged natural gas liquids (“NGLs”) mainly from regional producers via a mix of contractual and spot arrangements. Heavy liquids include crude oil-based naphtha and gas oil, as well as condensate, a very light crude oil resulting from natural gas production (collectively referred to as “heavy liquids”). NGLs include ethane, propane and butane. The use of heavy liquid raw materials results in the production of a significant amount of co-products such as propylene, butadiene and benzene, as well as gasoline blending components, while the use of NGLs results in the production of a smaller amount of co-products.

Historically, facilities using heavy liquids as feedstock have generated higher margins than those using ethane. However, in recent years ethane has had a cost advantage over heavy liquids due to the recent technological advances for extracting shale gas. A plant’s flexibility to consume a wide range of raw materials generally will provide an advantage over plants that are restricted in their processing capabilities. We can process significant quantities of either heavy liquids or NGLs. We estimate that in the U.S. we can process up to 85% NGLs. Changes in the raw material feedstock utilized in the production process will result in variances in production capacities among products. We believe our raw material flexibility in the U.S. is a key advantage in our production of ethylene and its co-products over time.

In North America, we also purchase large amounts of natural gas to be used primarily as an energy source in our business via market-based contractual arrangements from numerous suppliers.


Raw material cost is the largest component of the total cost for the production of ethylene and its co-products. The primary raw materials used in our European olefin facilities are heavy liquids and, for our Saudi joint venture facilities, locally sourced and cost advantaged NGLs, including ethane, propane and butane. The principal raw materials used by our polyolefin and Catalloy process resin businesses are propylene and ethylene. In Europe, we have the capacity to produce approximately 50% of the propylene requirements of our European PP business and approximately 90% of the ethylene requirements of our European PE business. Propylene and ethylene requirements that are not produced internally generally are acquired via spot purchases or pursuant to long-term contracts with third-party suppliers.
Our PP compounding facilities generally receive their PP and other polymers from one of our wholly owned or joint venture facilities. PB-1 raw materials are sourced solely from external supply. Some of our joint ventures receive propylene and ethylene from their local shareholders under long-term contracts.

The primary raw materials used for the production of PO and its co-products and derivatives are propylene, isobutane, mixed butane, ethylene and benzene. The market prices of these raw materials historically have been related to the price of crude oil, NGLs and natural gas, as well as supply and demand for the raw materials.
In the U.S., we obtain a large portion of our propylene, benzene and ethylene raw materials needed for the production of PO and its co-products and derivatives internally from our O&P–Americas segment. Raw materials for the non-U.S. production of PO and its co-products and derivatives are obtained internally and also from third parties. We consume a significant portion of our internally-produced PO in the production of PO derivatives.

The cost of raw materials generally is the largest component of total production cost for PO and its co-products and derivatives. The raw material requirements for these businesses are purchased at market-based prices from numerous suppliers in the U.S. and Europe with which we have established contractual relationships, as well as in the spot market.
We purchase our ethanol requirements for the production of ETBE from third parties; the methanol for our MTBE production comes from internal production and third parties. The primary raw materials required for the production of acetic acid are carbon monoxide and methanol. We purchase carbon monoxide pursuant to a long-term contract under which pricing is based primarily on the cost of production. All methanol required for acetyls production is internally sourced. Natural gas is the primary raw material required for the production of methanol.

In addition to ethylene, acetic acid is a primary raw material for the production of VAM. For the production of VAM, we obtain our entire requirements for acetic acid and ethylene from our internal production. Historically we have used a large percentage of our acetic acid production to produce VAM.

We purchase the crude oil used as a raw material for the Houston refinery on the open market on a spot basis and under a number of supply agreements with regional producers.



LYB's Suppliers Net Income grew by LYB's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q4 to
75.31 % 14.83 %


Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2020 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      3.31 %
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry      86.59 %
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry -35.56 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      5.64 %
Suppliers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      7.97 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -36.59 %   
Suppliers in Construction Services Industry -5.84 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      70.06 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      0.03 %
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry -6.28 %   
Suppliers in Appliance & Tool Industry      0.24 %
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry -6.57 %   
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry      41.04 %
Suppliers in Oil Well Services & Equipment Industry -13.76 %   
Suppliers in Renewable Energy Services & Equipment Industry -10.72 %   
Suppliers in Oil Refineries Industry -35.6 %   
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -7.58 %   
Suppliers in Regional Banks Industry      35.35 %
Suppliers in Commercial Banks Industry      8.43 %
Suppliers in Advertising Industry -27.35 %   
Suppliers in Rental & Leasing Industry -77.42 %   
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry      2.18 %
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      54.49 %
Suppliers in Transport & Logistics Industry      4.56 %
Suppliers in Railroads Industry -2.3 %   
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry -2.11 %   
Suppliers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry      4 %
     
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LYB's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Lyondellbasell Industries N v 0 27,753 1,427 13,100
Abb Ltd 68,486 26,134 5,205 135,000
American Superconductor Corp 418 81 -24 354
Ampco Pittsburgh Corp 123 329 9 1,076
Air Products And Chemicals Inc 63,383 8,977 1,929 19,700
Arcbest Corporation 1,887 2,940 71 13,238
Ashland Global Holdings Inc 100 2,345 -484 11,000
Astrotech Corp 19 1 -8 42
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated 2,746 2,982 -1,560 9,700
Avient Corp 5,021 3,242 133 0
Bioamber Inc. 1 15 -102 86
Badger Meter Inc 2,769 426 49 1,514
BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CORP. 0 0 0 0
Bonso Electronics International Inc 31 13 0 528
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 539,579 246,497 36,353 0
Cabot Corporation 3,129 2,633 -197 4,300
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc 976 1,855 -600 0
Celanese Corporation 18,515 5,655 1,992 7,293
Ceco Environmental Corp 276 316 8 850
Cemtrex Inc 26 44 -10 577
Cf Bankshares Inc 129 68 23 45
Comtech Telecommunications Corp 622 581 -84 1,852
Cpi International Holding Corp. 0 0 0 1,880
Csx Corporation 77,587 10,541 2,701 24,000
Covenant Logistics Group Inc 338 839 -43 0
Danaher Corporation 183,215 22,284 3,646 71,000
Dover Corp 21,386 6,691 970 27,000
Dow Inc 48,446 38,542 1,294 53,000
Eastman Chemical Co 15,324 8,473 489 15,000
Emerson Electric Co 55,036 16,795 2,113 103,500
Franklin Electric Co Inc 3,852 1,247 101 5,200
Fmc Corporation 14,886 4,642 551 5,900
Gevo Inc 761 6 -40 74
W R Grace and co 4,274 1,730 -2 3,700
Haynes International inc 358 344 -18 1,123
Hubbell Inc 10,379 4,186 356 16,200
Hub Group Inc 2,239 3,496 74 2,568
Idex Corp 17,154 2,352 378 6,801
Innospec Inc 2,443 1,193 29 1,800
Integral Technologies Inc 3 1 -6 1
Illinois Tool Works Inc 71,729 12,574 2,109 49,000
Hunt J B Transport Services Inc 17,801 9,637 506 20,158
Dthera Sciences 0 0 -3 0
Kvh Industries Inc 239 159 -22 604
Liquidmetal Technologies Inc 83 1 -3 26
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. 1,560 2,331 0 4,900
Mueller Water Products Inc 2,257 972 69 3,900
Newmarket Corporation 4,201 2,011 271 1,998
Norfolk Southern Corporation 71,123 9,789 2,013 29,482
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc 29,079 4,015 673 16,443
PALL CORPORATION 0 0 0 10,400
Ppg Industries Inc 40,858 13,680 1,001 44,400
Quality Distribution Inc 0 0 0 4,342
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Rockwell Automation Inc 31,037 6,211 1,298 22,500
Roper Technologies Inc 45,743 5,527 950 10,137
Saia Inc 6,376 1,822 138 8,900
Stepan Company 3,002 1,870 128 2,073
Superconductor Technologies Inc 33 1 -3 22
Schulman A Inc 1,306 2,694 36 4,800
Schneider National Inc 4,342 4,553 212 19,600
Scully Royalty Ltd 104 87 -14 0
Isabella Bank Corp 0 622 11 0
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 193,200 32,218 6,375 51,000
Trinseo S a 2,520 3,036 8 2,197
Union Pacific Corporation 146,962 19,533 5,349 47,201
Usa Truck inc 147 541 -2 2,800
Universal Stainless and Alloy Products inc 84 158 -22 645
United States Lime and Minerals Inc 810 161 28 321
Vystar Corp 25 21 -8 1
Werner Enterprises Inc 3,192 2,372 169 188
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 965 967 341 141
Advanced Drainage Systems Inc 8,202 1,910 209 4,615
White Mountain Titanium Corp 0 0 0 16
Xylem Inc 19,871 4,876 254 12,700
Yellow Corporation 421 4,416 -53 0
Adams Resources and Energy Inc 124 1,022 1 645
Argan Inc 812 239 -41 862
Amerisafe Inc 1,264 339 87 449
Bio en Holdings Corp 159 0 0 1
Bluefire Renewables, Inc. 1 0 -1 3
Babcock & Wilcox Co 0 4,093 412 5,300
Bwx Technologies Inc 6,486 2,119 266 5,300
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co N V 1,878 11,185 523 54,000
Csi Compressco Lp 92 311 -72 635
Capital Product Partners L.p. 224 279 0 1
Delek Us Holdings Inc 1,504 7,703 336 1,326
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp 105 131 4 1
Deep Well Oil & Gas Inc 0 1 0 3
Employers Holdings Inc 1,226 711 120 716
Exterran Corporation 100 613 -101 0
First Business Financial Services Inc 206 87 17 258
Fidelity D and D Bancorp Inc 262 54 13 164
F and m Bank Corp 298,910 40 18 168
First Nbc Bank Holding Co 0 0 0 486
Fncb Bancorp Inc 140 47 15 269
Franklin Financial Services Corporation 131 52 13 250
Furmanite Corp 0 0 0 3,017
First National Corp 86 35 9 187
Stealthgas Inc 0 144 2 758
Graco Inc 13,351 1,731 363 3,200
Galenfeha, Inc. 0 2 0 1
Golar Lng Limited 1,107 459 -122 30
Green Plains Inc 824 1,924 -90 1,294
Chart Industries Inc 4,872 1,284 74 4,050
Hills Bancorporation 586 126 39 391
Hcsb Financial Corp 60 28 24 90
Hollysys Automation Technologies Ltd 784 537 126 3,600
Honeywell International Inc 163,763 32,637 4,865 131,000
County Bancorp Inc 180 48 5 97
Incoming Inc 0 0 0 15
Isabella Bank Corp 185 57 16 374
Investors Bancorp Inc 3,510 697 195 1,712
Juniata Valley Financial Corp 84 25 6 105
Kbr Inc 5,647 5,767 -51 25,000
Lake Area Corn Processors Llc 0 131 4 39
Lnb Bancorp Inc 0 0 0 272
Dorian Lpg Ltd 695 312 78 50
Mackinac Financial Corp 226 64 13 173
National Bank Holdings Corp 1,221 316 89 956
National Commerce Corp 685 119 25 289
Newstar Financial, Inc. 489 89 20 122
Ngl Energy Partners Lp 252 -2,095 -658 2,700
Natural Gas Services Group Inc 121 68 2 235
Nicolet Bankshares Inc 0 0 0 280
Enpro Industries Inc 1,782 988 214 5,000
Navigator Holdings Ltd 558 301 -17 37
New Peoples Bankshares Inc 44 31 3 242
Ocean Bio Chem Inc 136 56 10 128
Prosperity Bancshares Inc 6,959 1,142 529 3,037
Pilgrim Bancshares, Inc. 48 8 1 34
Prime Meridian Holding Co 64 18 4 56
Sb Financial Group, Inc. 0 0 0 214
Rice Energy Operating Llc 3,160 1,441 21 467
Southeastern Bank Financial Corp 0 64 16 346
Sfl Corporation Ltd 847 471 -224 7
Smartfinancial Inc 347 108 24 225
Sun Bancorp Inc 470 74 62 362
Sunnyside Bancorp Inc 13 2 0 15
Square 1 Financial Inc 0 0 0 258
Surrey Bancorp 0 0 0 64
Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy Llc 0 192 -3 61
T Bancshares, Inc. 0 0 0 39
Teekay Lng Partners L p 0 591 97 5,561
Teekay Corp 0 1,816 91 6,800
Tsakos Energy Navigation Limited 0 644 27 1
Targa Resources Corp 7,500 8,260 -1,325 0
Mufg Americas Holdings Corporation 0 5,153 150 12,400
United Bancshares Inc 94 54 14 151
United Bancshares Inc 0 4 0 173
Uwharrie Capital Corp 53 40 8 156
Viaspace Inc. 8 0 -2 4
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc 893 215 70 582
Wilson Bank Holding Company 0 129 38 446
Williams Industrial Services Group Inc 140 269 2 0
Western Refining, Inc. 0 0 168 7,134
World Point Terminals, Lp 0 100 37 161
Wsfs Financial Corporation 2,462 501 99 947
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