The global chemical industry is undergoing significant shocks resulting from near-term supply disruptions as well as long-range structural shifts resulting from energy and feedstock cost escalation. The industry will need to adapt quickly to this new set of circumstances and consider off-shoring chemical production. FH Investment (FHI) offers a geographic focus on China, with close proximity to the fastest growing chemical markets in the world, North America and Europe with access to the deepest, most stable base chemical feedstocks available anywhere in the world.
FH Investment offers chemical producers a turnkey foreign direct investment partner. FH Investment partners provide our clients with a range of services including site selection (with a focus on North America, China and Europe), permitting, logistics, Engineering Procurement and Construction management (EPCm), chemical market analysis, financial planning, commercial contracting, and project finance (equity and debt) as well as the long term intercontinental chemical supply chain services.
Definitive documents with partner/investor
Contracts with customer
Acquire permits and ROW
MOU with partner/investor
LOI with customer
Acquire land rights
Develop financial model
Assess demand basis
Preliminary technical review
Analyze site options
Define project concept
Determine fit for FHI strategy
All Phases Initiate, Planning, Execution, Closeout & Ops.Support; Define equity and financing goals at project conception
Complete Project Management Services including Siting, Planning, Permitting, Design, Construction, Quality & Safety Management, Training, Staff Augmentation
Integrated Project Controls Scheduling, Cost Control, Risk and Change Management
Support over the entire Project Lifecycle including Concept, Staffing, Procurement, Operations, Supply Chain, Maintenance
The FH Investment team has over 300 years of combined experience with broad expertise in international direct investment,project development and chemicals. The principals have experience with Shell, BASF, DOW, Westlake Chemical and Wood Mac.