London, UK (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd is happy to announce that topical research reports, covering various chemical markets worldwide, have been recently added to its catalogue.
Ammonium Nitrate (AN): 2015 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2019. Ammonium nitrate (AN), a salt of ammonia and nitric acid, is broadly used in the production of fertilizers and explosives. The chemical accounts for more than 15% of the global nitrogen fertilizers market. Demand for ammonium nitrate has been on the rise, however, the rates of growth tended to slow down at times on the back of high prices for natural gas. Nowadays, Europe makes up around 45% of all ammonium nitrate demand, with APAC and North America following with shares of 22% and 18%, respectively. As of 2013, EuroChem, Borealis, Uralchem, Acron Group and Incitec Pivot dominated ammonium nitrate production worldwide. Going forward, the global ammonium nitrate market is set to post an annual growth rate of 5.5%. The report analyses the ammonium nitrate market worldwide, providing essential information and data on the product and all key market related issues, along with five-year forecasts showing how the sector will likely develop.
Ammonium Sulphate: 2015 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2019. The production of ammonium sulphate is back on track again following the economic slump and is set to keep up expanding in the offing. Previously dominant European and North American ammonium sulphate markets have recently given ground to the APAC region, which currently takes the lead in ammonium sulphate production. In terms of product consumption, APAC is again a leader, followed by Latin America, the European region and North America. In the next five years the ammonium sulphate market is forecast to grow at an annual rate of 2.5%. The development of the market is determined mostly by the trends in upstream markets rather than by product demand as the majority of ammonium sulphate is generated as a by-product. The study examines the current trends in the market across the key geographies and also limelights its historical evolution. It gives data on capacities, output, consumption and demand, foreign trade, prices, etc. A granular analysis of the competitive scene along with company profiles included.
Ammonia: 2015 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2019. To date, the better half of ammonia is used to produce urea. During 2005-2013, the global ammonia market grew at a steady pace. During the 2008-2009 recession there was a decrease in the production volume. However, in 2010 the market recovered to surpass the pre-crisis levels. The expected annual growth rate of the world ammonia market is estimated at nearly 3.5%, driven chiefly by the hike in the consumption of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers, as key use of ammonia is still fertilizer production. APAC, led by China and India, and the Middle East are expected to contribute greatly to the growth of the market. The report offers an indispensable guide to the ammonia market globally, across key regions and countries. It sheds light on the market’s historical and actual development and provides the future outlook till 2018. It reviews the chemical’s properties, application fields, production, consumption, capacities, exports and imports, key projects, prices. Key suppliers and manufacturers are examined as well.
Urea: 2015 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2019. Despite the recession of 2008-2009, the global urea market has witnessed stable growth over the last ten years. Nowadays, it is one of the most accessible and widely used nitrogen fertilizers which, besides agriculture, has many other end-uses like urea-formaldehyde resins and melamine, livestock feed, among others. These non-fertilizer applications captured close to 15% of total urea demand as of 2014, with the figure set to grow in the short run. The global urea consumption is forecast to be driven by APAC, North America and Latin America. The research publication grants unrivalled access to the accurate data on the market, its current standing and historical background (globally, regionally and country-wise). It also speculates in the scenario of the global urea market’s future development. Key market data are provided, including supply and demand, foreign trade, capacities, prices, etc. A detailed analysis of the key market drivers and challenges is included, as are profiles of the top suppliers.
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