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In China, coal tar is mainly consumed in deep processing and carbon black. Meanwhile, a small amount of coal tar is exported or used to produce gasoline and diesel through high-pressure hydrogenation. …

In China, coal tar is mainly consumed in deep processing and carbon black. Meanwhile, a small amount of coal tar is exported or used to produce gasoline and diesel through high-pressure hydrogenation. In 2012, the total designed processing capacity of the coal tar deep-processing industry reached 17 million tons, and the actual processing capacity hit 13 million tons. In the same year, China produced 3.7 million tons of carbon black and consumed about 6.8 million tons of coal tar, equivalent to 38% of the actual coal tar output.

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  • 1. China Coal Tar Industry Report, 2012-2015In 2012, Chinas economy slowed down, iron and steel companies restricted production due to losses, cokeprices kept falling, and the coking industry was sluggish. Overall, the coking industry was confronted with theoversupply. In the same year, China produced 18 million tons of coal tar, and its apparent consumptionapproximated 16 million tons.72% of China’s coal tar capacity is distributed in North China (43%) and East China (29%). As amajor coal producing province, Shanxi’s coal tar output accounts for 24.8% of the national total,ranking first in China; Hebei contributes 16.5%, ranking second; and Henan shares 7.5%, being the third.In China, coal tar is mainly consumed in deep processing and carbon black. Meanwhile, a small amount ofcoal tar is exported or used to produce gasoline and diesel through high-pressure hydrogenation. In 2012, thetotal designed processing capacity of the coal tar deep-processing industry reached 17 million tons, and theactual processing capacity hit 13 million tons. In the same year, China produced 3.7 million tons of carbonblack and consumed about 6.8 million tons of coal tar, equivalent to 38% of the actual coal tar output.As for export, the domestic coal tar capacity has been expanding in recent years. However, as China controlsthe export of coal tar and other resources as well as China’s demand grows rapidly, the coal tar exportvolume has showed a downward trend, only arriving at 52,500 tons in 2012.Shanxi Coking invested RMB49.3526 million in expanding or transforming CDQ, methanol and alkeneprojects in 2012. The company plans to invest RMB62.7 billion in developing the capacity by the end of 2015:15 million tons / a coke, 1.8 million t/a methanol, 600,000 t/a alkene (300,000 t/a polyethylene and 300,000 t/apolypropylene), 20,000 t/a ultra-high-power graphite electrodes, 100,000 t/a coal needle coke, 80,000 t/acarbon black, 600,000 t/a coal tar and 150,000 t/a crude benzene.Baosteel Chemical is Chinas largest and most competitive coal tar processing enterprise, with the annual coaltar capacity of 750,000 tons, coke oven gas 3.1 billion cubic meters, crude benzene 250,000 tons and carbonblack 150,000 tons.The report falls into 7 chapters, analyzes the development environments of China coal tar industry in details,makes in-depth study on China’s coal tar supply and demand, upstream and downstream sectors, aswell as the status quo in Shanxi, Hebei and other key regions. It introduces the operation of 10 Chinese cokingcompanies, and predicts the future development trends of Chinese coal tar industry.table Of Content1. Overview Of Coal Tar1.1 Definition & Classification1.2 Preparation1.3 Application1.4 Key Technologies1.4.1 Coal Tar Distillation Technology1.4.2 Industrial Naphthalene Distillation TechnologyChina Coal Tar Industry Report, 2012-2015
  • 2. 1.4.3 Elution Technology Of Fraction From Coal Tar Distillation1.4.4 Refining Technology Of Crude Anthracene1.4.5 Decomposition Technology Of Hydroxybenzenenatrium Salt1.4.6 Refining Technology Of Naphthalene1.4.7 Crude Hydroxybenzene Refining Technology1.4.8 Refining Technology Of Crude Pyridine And Crude Quinoline1.4.9 Producing Technology Of Refined Anthracene, Refined Carbazole And Anthraquinone2. Development Of China Coal Tar Industry2.1 Policy Environment2.1.1 Industry Policy2.1.2 Trade Policy2.2 Supply2.3 Demand2.3.1 From Coal Tar Deep Processing2.3.2 From Carbon Black2.3.3 From Fuel2.4 Import And Export2.4.1 Export2.4.2 Import2.5 Price3. Status Quo Of Coal And Coking Industry3.1 Coal Industry3.1.1 Production And Marketing3.1.2 Import And Export3.1.3 Price3.2 Coking Industry3.2.1 Production3.2.2 Export3.2.3 Price3.3 Summary4. Status Quo Of Coal Tar Processing In China4.1 Processing Capacity Of Coal Tar In China4.1.1 Capacity Of Enterprise4.1.2 Capacity Of Key Product Provinces4.2 Coal Tar Deep Processing Projects In China4.2.1 Projects Planned And Under Construction, 2010-20124.2.2 Key Coal Tar Processing Projects And ProgressChina Coal Tar Industry Report, 2012-2015
  • 3. 4.3 Coal Tar Processing Techniques At Home And Abroad4.3.1 Abroad4.3.2 China4.4 Phenol Oil4.4.1 Phenol4.4.2 O-cresol4.4.3 Metacresol And Paracresol4.4.4 Mixed Cresol4.5 Industrial Naphthalene4.5.1 Production4.5.2 Sales4.5.3 Import4.5.4 Price Trend4.6 Coal Tar Pitch4.6.1 Supply And Demand4.6.2 Application Market4.6.3 Price Trend4.7 Anthracene Oil4.8 Light Oil4.9 Wash Oil5. Coal Tar Industry Competition In China5.1 Regional Competition5.1.1 Shanxi5.1.2 Hebei5.1.3 Shandong5.2 Competition Among Enterprises5.3 Product Competition6. Key Enterprises Worldwide6.1 Koppers6.1.1 Profile6.1.2 Operation6.1.3 Kccc6.1.4 Tkk6.1.5 Project In China6.2 Rutgers6.2.1 Profile6.2.2 Operation6.3 Nippon Steel Chemical Co. Ltd6.3.1 ProfileChina Coal Tar Industry Report, 2012-2015
  • 4. 6.3.2 Operation7. Key Enterprises In China7.1 Shanxi Coking Co., Ltd7.1.1 Profile7.1.2 Production7.1.3 Operation7.1.4 Revenue Structure7.1.5 Gross Margin7.1.6 Investment7.2 Shanxi Hongte Coal Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.7.2.1 Profile7.2.2 Production Capacity Expansion7.2.3 Operation7.2.4 Key Projects7.3 Shanghai Baosteel Chemical Co., Ltd7.3.1 Profile7.3.2 Operation7.3.3 Key Projects7.3.4 Development Strategy7.4 Henan Baoshun Chemical Technology Co., Ltd.7.4.1 Profile7.4.2 Operation7.4.3 Key Projects7.5 Huanghuaxinnuolixing Coal Chemical Co., Ltd7.5.1 Profile7.5.2 Operation7.5.3 Export7.5.4 Key Projects7.6 Shenmutianyuan Chemical Co., Ltd. Of Shaanxi Coal And Chemical Industry Group7.6.1 Profile7.6.2 Operation7.6.3 Development Plan7.7 Jfe Zhenxing Shandong Chemical Company Ltd7.7.1 Profile7.7.2 Production Capacity Expansion7.7.3 Operation7.8 Others7.8.1 Anshan Chemical Plant7.8.2 Shandong Zhenxing Coking & Chemicals Co., Ltd.7.8.3 Henan Bohai Coal Chemical Co., LtdChina Coal Tar Industry Report, 2012-2015
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