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シリコンおよびフェロシリコン:世界の産業・市場および将来展望 (2019年)

Silicon & Ferrosilicon: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2019 - 16th Edition

発行 Roskill Information Services 商品コード 192334
出版日 ページ情報 英文
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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シリコンおよびフェロシリコン:世界の産業・市場および将来展望 (2019年) Silicon & Ferrosilicon: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2019 - 16th Edition
出版日: 2019年01月22日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

シリコン (シリコン金属) とフェロシリコンは、物理的特性や製造工程はよく似ていますが、その用途は大きく異なります。シリコン金属がアルミ合金などの製造に使われる一方、フェロシリコンの90%近くが鋼鉄などの鉄製品の生産に投入されます。両方とも、現在は中国が生産量の約65%を占めています。今後は、各種合金の需要拡大伴いシリコン金属の需要は大幅増加が見込まれていますが、鋼鉄需要の落ち込みを受けて、フェロシリコンの需要は縮小傾向に転じる、と見られています。他方、過大な生産設備の影響を受けて、どちらの製品も価格水準は大きくは変わらないと見られています。

当レポートでは、世界のシリコン金属 (金属ケイ素) およびフェロシリコンの市場について分析し、各製品の生産能力・生産量・消費量・貿易量・価格の動向や、主な市場促進・抑制要因、今後の市場動向の見通しなどを調査しております。

第1章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

第2章 シリコン市場のフローチャート

第3章 世界のシリコン生産量

第4章 世界のシリコン消費量

第5章 国際貿易動向

第6章 価格動向

第7章 業界の将来展望

第8章 背景事情

第9章 各国市場のプロファイル

第10章 エンドユーザー

第11章 企業プロファイル

目次

Silicon and ferrosilicon are manufactured using broadly the same process and are physically similar, but are very different in terms of their applications. Silicon metal is used in the manufacture of aluminium alloys, silicones, semiconductors and, increasingly, in photovoltaic solar applications. In contrast, over 90% of ferrosilicon is consumed in the production of iron and steel.

World production of both silicon metal and ferrosilicon is dominated by China; in 2017, China accounted for 68% of world silicon metal production, and for 66% of global ferrosilicon output. However, Chinese production of these products is following a different trajectory. China's output of ferrosilicon peaked in 2011, and was 21% lower in 2017 than its 2011 level. By contrast, silicon metal output in China continues to grow strongly; in 2017 it exceeded 2Mt for the first time. Chinese ferrosilicon production has been subject to increasingly stringent government controls on overcapacity and emissions, whilst the country's silicon metal capacity and output has been permitted to increase further. The extent to which this will remain the case over the coming decade is important for the wider sector.

Over the past decade, consumption growth for silicon metal has diverged significantly from that for ferrosilicon. The reason for this lies in the different end-use sectors which drive demand for these alloys. Global silicon metal consumption grew 6.3%py between 2010 and 2017, supported by strong growth in all of its main end-use sectors, especially solar. Consumption in solar applications almost quadrupled between 2010 and 2017, driven by the enormous growth of photovoltaic solar installations worldwide.

In contrast, global ferrosilicon consumption was 10% higher in 2010 than it was in 2017, despite the fact that world crude steel output grew by 20% over the same period. The main reasons for this decline in ferrosilicon consumption have been a trend towards using less ferrosilicon per tonne of crude steel in China, and very slow growth in world output of iron castings, partly as a result of greater use of aluminium in place of cast iron in automobiles.

Prices for both silicon metal and ferrosilicon are primarily cost driven in the long term, though supply-demand factors can have a major impact on prices in the short term. Through 2017 and the first half of 2018, prices for both silicon metal and ferrosilicon have been much higher than in the preceding two years, partly due to rising production costs, and partly because of market tightness.

Experts will answer your questions:

  • Will future growth in silicon metal consumption be met primarily by continued growth in Chinese output, or will significant new production outside China be required?
  • Will the strong growth of the solar sector continue, given the recent reduction of subsidies in China, and the imposition of tariffs on solar panels in the USA?
  • Has the declining trend in world ferrosilicon consumption now bottomed out? Will demand grow in the future?
  • How will the expected shift of the automotive market towards electric vehicles impact the silicon metal and ferrosilicon markets?
  • How much will further control and regulation of Chinese output drive the silicon metal and ferrosilicon markets?
  • What is the outlook for prices and production costs?

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  • Access to the report online through Roskill Interactive for up to 5 users
  • Access to the Roskill specialist for key report queries
  • Full forecasted report over the next ten years
  • Hard copy of the report on request

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Silicon Flowchart
  • 3. World Production
  • 4. World Consumption
  • 5. International Trade
  • 6. Prices
  • 7. Outlook
  • 8. Background
  • 9. Country Profiles
  • 10. End-uses
  • 11. Company Profiles
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