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石油精製用化学品市場:米国産業の予測:2014年および2019年

Refinery Chemicals (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 118982
出版日 ページ情報 英文 217 Pages
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石油精製用化学品市場:米国産業の予測:2014年および2019年 Refinery Chemicals (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2010年05月03日 ページ情報: 英文 217 Pages

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概要

2014年の米国における石油精製用化学品の需要は、75億ドルを上回ると予測されています。

当レポートでは、米国の石油精製用化学品市場について調査し、地域別の需要動向、価格動向と共に、化学品・アプリケーション別に実績データ(1999年、2004年、2009年)と予測(2013年および2018年)を提供しており、産業構造、企業の市場シェアとプロファイルをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届け致します。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概論
  • 人口統計の見通し
  • マクロ経済の見通し
  • 製造業の見通し
  • 自動車の見通し
  • 石油産業の見通し
  • 精製概要
  • 環境と規制の問題
  • 過去の市場動向
  • 地域別石油精製用化学品の需要
  • 石油精製用化学品の価格動向

第3章 アプリケーション

  • 総論
  • 石油処理プロセス
    • 水素化
    • 脱塩
    • 溶剤プロセス
    • 硫化水素の回収
    • その他の処理プロセス
  • 転換プロセス
    • 水素化分解
    • 触媒分解
    • アルキル化
    • 異性化
    • 触媒リフォーミング
    • その他の転換プロセス
  • 水処理
    • 冷却
    • プロセス
    • ボイラー
    • 排水
  • その他の精製アプリケーション

第4章 製品

  • 総論
  • 水素
  • 触媒
  • 腐食防止剤
  • pH調整剤
  • 溶剤
  • その他の精製用化学品

第5章 産業構造

  • 総論
  • 市場シェア
  • 競合戦略
  • 研究開発

企業プロファイル

図表

目次
Product Code: 2629

Abstract

US demand to exceed $7.5 billion in 2014

US demand for refinery chemicals is forecast to exceed $7.5 billion in 2014. The US possesses a advanced refining industry and is among the world' s most intensive users of refinery chemicals relative to refinery output. Advances in chemical demand are expected to slow significantly from the rapid pace achieved during the 2004-2009 period. Decelerating growth will be based on an outright decline in refined products output, combined with the completion of the phase-in of a 30 ppm (parts per million) sulfur limit in gasoline, enacted in 2004. However, overall demand for refinery chemicals will benefit from an expected acceleration in economic growth, as the economy eventually recovers from the recession that began in late 2007. Increasingly stringent environmental regulations will further promote demand, as refiners subject their products to higher levels of chemical treatment in order to remove impurities. Market growth will result primarily from above-average gains in the large merchant hydrogen segment, due to rising use by refiners seeking to supplement their captive hydrogen production.

Merchant hydrogen will remain dominant product

Merchant hydrogen will remain the largest and fastest growing product in the US refinery chemical market. Advances will be driven by tightening sulfur standards for diesel fuels. Such environmental regulations promote the use of hydrotreating -- the largest application for merchant hydrogen -- as a means of removing sulfur and other contaminants. As of 2010, diesel fuel must meet a 15 ppm sulfur limit, and going forward, significant sulfur reductions are also expected for heating oil. Hydrocracking represents another growth application for merchant hydrogen, as US refineries continue to expand their hydrocracking capacity in efforts to boost gasoline and diesel fuel yields.

Catalysts also account for a significant share of the market and are commonly used in the petroleum refining industry to improve energy efficiency and process productivity. Metal catalysts will maintain their position as the largest and fastest growing segment of the refinery catalyst market. Gains will be based on rising use in hydrotreating applications due to efforts to reduce sulfur content in refined products. Zeolites represent another leading type of catalyst used in the refinery market. Primarily employed in catalytic cracking applications, the relative maturity of this technology will serve to limit gains for zeolite catalysts. Other leading refinery chemicals include corrosion inhibitors, pH adjusters and solvents. Water treatment applications account for the vast majority of corrosion inhibitor demand. As such, these products will benefit from the popularity of internal water recycling.

Hydrotreating process to offer growth opportunities

Hydrotreating accounts for the majority of refinery chemical demand in petroleum treatment processes and will provide significant opportunities for growth due to the continuing expansion of this process in order to meet tightening sulfur regulations. Among conversion processes, hydrocracking is expected to offer considerable growth potential. A major consumer of hydrogen, hydrocracking will benefit from its ability to boost diesel fuel and gasoline yields and increase refiner profitability. In water treatment processes, market value will expand due to a shift from commodity water treatment chemicals toward more environmentally acceptable alternatives.

Study coverage

Refinery Chemicals, a new Freedonia US industry study, presents historical demand data (1999, 2004 and 2009) plus forecasts for 2014 and 2019 by product and application. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 22 US industry competitors.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Demographic Outlook
  • Macroeconomic Outlook
  • Manufacturing Outlook
  • Motor Vehicle Outlook
  • Petroleum Industry Overview
    • Supply & Demand
    • Crude Oil Characteristics
    • Prices
  • Refinery Overview
    • Refinery Process Overview
    • Industry Participants
    • Regional Outlook
    • Downstream Charge Capacity
    • Products
      • Gasoline
      • Distillate Fuel
      • Jet Fuel
      • Residual Fuel
      • Other
  • Environmental & Regulatory Issues
    • Clean Air Act
    • MTBE Ban
  • Historical Market Trends
  • Refinery Chemical Demand by Region
  • Refinery Chemical Pricing Trends

III. APPLICATIONS

  • General
  • Petroleum Treatment Processes
    • Hydrotreating
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Desalting
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Solvent Processes
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Hydrogen Sulfide Recovery
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Other Treatment Processes
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
  • Conversion Processes
    • Hydrocracking
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Catalytic Cracking
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Alkylation
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Isomerization
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Catalytic Reforming
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
    • Other Conversion Processes
      • Technology
      • Chemical Demand
  • Water Treatment
    • Cooling
    • Process
    • Boiler
    • Wastewater
  • Other Refinery Applications

IV. PRODUCTS

  • General
  • Hydrogen
  • Catalysts
    • Metal
    • Zeolites
    • Acids
    • Other
  • Corrosion Inhibitors
  • pH Adjusters
  • Solvents
  • Other Refinery Chemicals
    • Oxidizers & Biocides
    • Coagulants & Flocculants
    • Demulsifiers
    • All Other Refinery Chemicals

V. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Market Share
    • Merchant Hydrogen
    • Catalysts
  • Competitive Strategies
    • Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Cooperative Agreements
  • Research & Development

COMPANY PROFILES

  • Advanced Refining Technologies, see Chevron and Grace
  • Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated
  • Akzo Nobel NV
  • Albemarle Corporation
  • Axens, see Institut Francais du Petrole
  • Baker Hughes Incorporated
  • BASF SE
  • BJ Services Company
  • BOC Gases, see Linde
  • Chevron Corporation
  • Clariant International Limited
  • Criterion Catalysts & Technologies, see Royal Dutch Shell
  • Dow Chemical Company
  • DuPont (EI) de Nemours
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • General Electric Company
  • Grace (WR) & Company
  • Haldor Topsoe A/S
  • Honeywell International Incorporated
  • Institut Francais du Petrole
  • Intercat Incorporated
  • L' Air Liquide SA
  • Linde AG
  • Messina Incorporated
  • Nalco Holding Company
  • Praxair Incorporated
  • Rohm and Haas, see Dow Chemical
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc
  • Sued-Chemie AG
  • UOP, see Honeywell International
  • Zeolyst International, see Royal Dutch Shell
  • Other Companies Mentioned in Study

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Population & Households
  • 2 Macroeconomic Indicators
  • 3 Manufacturers' Shipments
  • 4 Motor Vehicle Indicators
  • 5 US Petroleum Supply & Demand
  • 6 Refineries, Capacity & Output
  • 7 Refinery Capacity by Company, 2009
  • 8 Refinery Capacity by Region
  • 9 Refinery Downstream Charge Capacity
  • 10 Refined Petroleum Products Output
  • 11 Gasoline Supply & Demand
  • 12 Distillate Fuel Supply & Demand
  • 13 Jet Fuel Supply & Demand
  • 14 Residual Fuel Supply & Demand
  • 15 Other Refined Petroleum Products Supply & Demand
  • 16 Refinery Chemical Demand, 1999-2009
  • 17 Refinery Chemical Demand by Region
  • 18 Refinery Chemical Pricing

SECTION III -- APPLICATIONS

  • 1 Refinery Chemical Demand by Application
  • 2 Petroleum Treatment Processes Chemical Demand
  • 3 Hydrotreating Chemical Demand
  • 4 Desalting Chemical Demand
  • 5 Solvent Processes Chemical Demand
  • 6 Hydrogen Sulfide Recovery Chemical Demand
  • 7 Other Treatment Processes Chemical Demand
  • 8 Conversion Processes Chemical Demand
  • 9 Hydrocracking Chemical Demand
  • 10 Catalytic Cracking Chemical Demand
  • 11 Alkylation Chemical Demand
  • 12 Isomerization Chemical Demand
  • 13 Catalytic Reforming Chemical Demand
  • 14 Other Conversion Processes Chemical Demand
  • 15 Water Treatment Chemical Demand
  • 16 Cooling Water Treatment Chemical Demand
  • 17 Process Water Treatment Chemical Demand
  • 18 Boiler Water Treatment Chemical Demand
  • 19 Wastewater Treatment Chemical Demand
  • 20 Other Refinery Applications Chemical Demand

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Refinery Chemical Demand by Product & Material
  • 2 Hydrogen Demand in Refining
  • 3 Catalyst Demand in Refining
  • 4 Metal Catalyst Demand in Refining
  • 5 Zeolite Catalyst Demand in Refining
  • 6 Acid Catalyst Demand in Refining
  • 7 Other Refinery Catalyst Demand
  • 8 Corrosion Inhibitor Demand in Refining
  • 9 pH Adjuster Demand in Refining
  • 10 Solvent Demand in Refining
  • 11 Other Refinery Chemical Demand by Product
  • 12 Oxidizer & Biocide Demand in Refining
  • 13 Coagulant & Flocculant Demand in Refining
  • 14 Demulsifier Demand in Refining
  • 15 All Other Refinery Chemical Demand

SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Refinery Chemical Sales by Company, 2009
  • 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Crude Oil Sulfur Level, 1999-2009
  • 2 Crude Oil API Gravity, 1999-2009
  • 3 Crude Oil Prices, 1999-2009
  • 4 Gasoline Production Flowchart

SECTION III -- APPLICATIONS

  • 1 Refinery Chemical Demand by Application, 2009

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Refinery Chemical Demand by Product, 2009

SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Refinery Chemical Market Share, 2009
  • 2 US Refinery Merchant Hydrogen Market Share, 2009
  • 3 US Refinery Catalyst Market Share, 2009
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