バナジウム市場の展望 2025年:第14版 2015年

Vanadium: Market Outlook to 2025 - 14th Edition

発行 Roskill Information Services 商品コード 341855
出版日 ページ情報 英文 310 Pages; 110 Tables and 92 Figures
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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バナジウム市場の展望 2025年:第14版 2015年 Vanadium: Market Outlook to 2025 - 14th Edition
出版日: 2016年01月01日 ページ情報: 英文 310 Pages; 110 Tables and 92 Figures

需要側面においては、バナジウム総消費量の約91%をスチール用途が構成しています。高強度低合金 (HSLA) スチールがこれまでのところバナジウムの最大市場であり、2014年におけるスチールのバナジウム消費量の約46%を構成しました。スチール用途におけるバナジウムの消費は、特にバナジウムを含む鉄筋の大量利用をもたらす中国における建物要件の厳格化からメリットを得ています。



  • エグゼクティブサマリー
  • マクロ経済、人口統計および消費者動向


  • バナジウム消費の実績:国、地域およびアプリケーション別
  • 利用度の実績:国・地域別
  • 第一用途の分析:スチールアプリケーションにおけるバナジウム
  • 第一用途の分析:非鉄合金、化学品およびバッテリーにおけるバナジウム
  • 中国における需要動向の詳細:エンドユーズ別


  • 原料、五酸化物およびフェロバナジウムの生産実績:国・地域別
  • 中国、南アフリカ、ロシアおよび米国の産業分析
  • 過去、現在、および将来のその他の生産者に関する産業分析
  • バナジウムの採鉱、加工および精製に用いられる生産技術
  • 主要生産諸国におけるオペレーションマップ


  • 酸化物・水酸化物の貿易
  • フェロバナジウムの貿易
  • 灰・残留物の貿易
  • バナジウム価格の実績概要
  • アドバンスト分析:季節性、技術分析、価格の相関関係


  • 生産業者トップ10のプロファイル
  • その他の進行中のバナジウムオペレーションのプロファイル
  • 実現可能性検討中、資金調達および建設段階にあるプロジェクトのプロファイル
  • スコーピングおよび鉱物発見段階にあるプロジェクトのプロファイル


  • バナジウム消費の予測:国・地域・アプリケーション別
  • 新規供給、既存および2次生産を含めたバナジウム生産の予測
  • 米ドルベースの名目・実質価格の予測
  • ユーロ、米ドル、オーストラリアドル、カナダドル、英国ポンド、日本円、人民元、南アフリカランド、ロシアルーブル、ブラジルレアルベースの価格予測
  • バナジウム利用度の予測:国・地域別
  • バナジウム価格の確率的展望



Product Code: ISBN 978 0 86214 621 4

Updated and released every 12 months, the Vanadium: Markets and Outlook to 2025.

Roskill's long-term outlook for vanadium prices suggests a recovery in prices is likely, peaking around 2019/2020.

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Roskill's latest vanadium report provides an in-depth look at an industry that little information is otherwise available on, and is dramatically more comprehensive than its previous editions. The Market Outlook to 2025 provides a detailed analysis of supply, demand, trade, and prices, complete with detailed historical and forecast data, geared specifically to the needs of industry participants, traders and investors.

In terms of supply, Roskill has, for the first time, achieved a breakdown of vanadium production, not just in terms of overall production - but by production stage. Crucially, in light of the recent announcements in South Africa by Evraz Highveld, the report provides a breakdown of the supply and availability of feedstock, pentoxide and ferrovanadium, broken down by country, and by producer.

With feedstock for vanadium coming from three different sources (primary production, co-production and secondary production), the market for vanadium is dynamic and diversified, but the effects of any shocks to the system, such as the sudden suspension of a major mine, are not clear-cut. This report shows the surplus capacity available in a number of countries around the world (including Russia and China) where Roskill expects supply to increase in response to any shortfalls in production in South Africa.

Roskill's World Market for Vanadium is available with a 10-year outlook for world supply. The basis of these forecasts is a detailed industry analysis, covering supply of vanadium for each country - alongside an overview of the specific features of the vanadium industry in each location - as well as an extensive appendix covering over 100 companies and more than 170vanadium operations and projects including available details on capacity, production, resources and reserves, and expansion plans.

On the demand side, Roskill's updated study provides a full breakdown of demand for vanadium by its various applications. Steel applications account for approximately 91% of total consumption. High-strength low-alloy (HSLA) steels are by far the largest market for vanadium and accounted for around 46% of vanadium consumption in steel in 2014. Consumption of vanadium in this application has benefited from increasingly stringent building requirements, particularly in China, which has resulted in the use of larger quantities of vanadium-bearing rebar.

Roskill's analysis also provides an extensive overview of the use of vanadium in batteries, which has been slated as a potential growth market for vanadium. Vanadium redox batteries (VRBs) have been proposed as a potential solution for grid energy storage associated with renewable energy. To date, around 95% of storage capacity is based on pumped-storage hydroelectricity. Given the size of the market, even a small increase in the use of VRBs in this market would amount to a significant additional demand for vanadium. As Roskill's report points out, however, a number of technological challenges have to be overcome for the solution to become economic, which is factored into Roskill's outlook for demand for vanadium from this sector.

With prices of vanadium having seen a number of up- and downswings in recent months in response to developments in the market, Roskill's outlook contains a detailed analysis of vanadium prices, including analyses of price correlations, technical analysis, and a review of the seasonal variations in prices showing, for instance, that changes in prices as large as 20% may be attributed to seasonal factors (on both the supply and demand sides).

Roskill's 10-year outlook covers the viability of new projects coming on-stream, the supply of material from existing and secondary sources, different scenarios for demand, and the relatively probability of optimistic and pessimistic price forecasts. Roskill's long-term outlook for vanadiumprices suggests a recovery in prices is likely, peaking around 2019/2020, as steady growth in demand will, towards that time, increase the market's dependence on new supply coming on-stream. Roskill's outlook suggests new supply may account for only 4-6kt of vanadium by 2020, but increase to 15-32kt of vanadium by 2025.

In the near term, Roskill warns that although the announcements by Evraz Highveld will likely lead to an increase in prices, upside potential may be limited by the fact that at such higher prices, additional capacity (particularly in China) may be brought back on-stream, and exposure to iron ore prices may remain the more important factor influencing prices of vanadium.

Roskill now also offers a quarterly publication on vanadium, with its upcoming issue exploring the likely impact of the suspension of production at the Mapochs mine over the near and medium term, and the effects on downstream processors and industries.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive summary
  • 2. Macro, demographic and mega-trends
  • 3. World demand for vanadium
  • 4. End uses of vanadium
  • 5. In-Depth Focus: Consumption in China
  • 6. Outlook for end-use industries
  • 7. Outlook for demand for vanadium
  • 8. Properties and occurrence of vanadium
  • 9. Mining and processing of vanadium
  • 10. Production costs
  • 11. World supply of vanadium
  • 12. Country production
  • 13. International trade in vanadium
  • 14. Outlook for supply of vanadium
  • 15. Supply/demand balance
  • 16. Vanadium prices
  • 17. Appendix: Chinese projects and operations
  • 18. Appendix: Other projects and operations
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