Today Vietnam petrochemistry has very small scale and capacity. At the moment, most of Vietnam refinery activities are supplied by Dung Quat refinery factory, the rest come from Ba Ria – Vung Tau refinery factory with power in about 2,000 barrels/day and does not meet the higher and higher usage demand. Almost products supplied in the market belong to joint venture companies with big foreign corporations. In recent years, Vienam consecutively appear massively refinery factories with the scale of billion USD. Petrochemistry power of Vietnam is able to increase in triple in next 5 years, from 140,000 barrels/day in 2016 to 500,720 barrels/day in 2020 thanks to two new refinery factories Nghi Son (200,000 barrels/day) and Vung Ro (160,720 barrels/day) which are anticipated to be launched in 2018.

1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Impacts of Free Trade Agreement
2. Global petrochemical industry
2.1 Introduction of petrochemicals
2.2 Process and production technology
2.3 Input materials
2.4. Production
2.5. Consumption
2.6 Import – Export
2.7 Price Movement
2.8 Situations in some typical countries
3. Vietnam petrochemical industry
3.1 History of the Vietnam petrochemical industry
3.2 Position of Vietnam petrochemical industry
3.3 Input materials
3.4 Production
3.5 Consumption
3.6 Import – Export
3.7 Price movement
4. Risk analysis
4.1 Industry risk
4.2 SWOT analysis
5.  Industria planning
5.1 Oil & gas industry planning
5.2 Petrochemical industry planning
5.3 Chemical industry planning
6. Outlooks and forecasts
6.1 Outlooks
6.2 Forecast
7. Enterprise Analysis
7.1 Enterprises introduction
7.2 Financial analysis
 Appendix of financial statements
Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited
Formosa Hung Nghiep Company Limited
TPC VINA Plastics and Chemicals Company Limited
AGC Vietnam Chemicals Limited Company
Vietnam Polystyrene Limited Company