Us amines market to 2016


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US demand for amines (excluding those used to produce other amines) is forecast to expand nearly 2.2 percent per annum to 3.1 billion pounds in 2016, valued at $4.1 billion.

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Us amines market to 2016

  1. 1. US Amines Market to 2016US demand to reach 3.1 billion pounds in 2016US demand for amines (excluding those used to produce other amines) is forecast to expand nearly 2.2percent per annum to 3.1 billion pounds in 2016, valued at $4.1 billion. Above average increases inagricultural chemical amine demand will drive growth, as will healthy advances in the large cleaningproduct and personal care markets. An improved outlook for construction spending will contribute toabove average growth in applications such as cement mixtures, coatings, epoxies, resins, and woodtreatments. However, maturity in markets such as petroleum operations and water treatment willpreclude faster growth for amines, as will a moderation in natural gas production and processing.This study analyzes the US amines industry. It presents historical demand data for the years 2001,2006 and 2011, and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by product (e.g., ethanolamines, alkylamines, fattyamines, specialty amines, ethyleneamines) and market (e.g., agricultural chemicals, cleaning products,personal care products, petroleum, natural gas processing, water treatment). The study also considersmarket environment factors, details industry structure, evaluates company market share and capacityshare, and profiles industry players.Favorable economic conditions to benefit broad range of marketsRising global demand for agricultural products -- for both food and industrial uses -- will continue tosupport increased pesticide production, particularly as the planting of herbicide resistant cropscontinues to expand. While efforts to reduce pesticide consumption through techniques such asintegrated pest management will have an impact, overall global pesticide demand will continue to rise,boosting amine demand in pesticide exporting countries such as the US.Improving economic conditions will lead to healthy growth in amine demand for cleaning and personalcare products, particularly as the unemployment rate continues to fall and consumers’ personaleconomic positions continue to improve. Demand for amines in cleaning and personal care products fellduring the recession as businesses and consumers alike looked to reduce expenditures. However, thedecline was not as great asin other markets, and quickly began to recover as the economy improved. The healthy growth goingforward will have the biggest impact on fatty amines, which are principally consumed in cleaningproduct and personal care applications.Following a protracted period of decline, construction activity in the US is expected to pick upsignificantly going forward, which in turn will drive amine demand in a number of applications. Sales ofcement mixtures, coatings, composites, epoxies, resins, and wood treatments are all expected toexpand at an above average pace. Additionally, growth in coatings and resins will be driven by ongoingrobust demand for polyetheramines that are a primary component of polyurea coatings andcomposites. The use of amines for composites and resins will also be supported by advances in windturbines and in the aerospace industry, though demand in these applications can be volatile due to theirdependence on government funding and subsidies.
  2. 2. Most amines to rise at pace close to overall averageWhile polyetheramines will experience the fastest growth going forward, it will be from a small base.Most other amines will rise at a pace that is around, or just below, the overall average. Specialty andethylene amines will expand at the slowest pace, though this largely reflects the maturity of key marketssuch as lubricants, petroleum operations, and water treatment. Additionally, demand for these amineswill be restrained by a slowdown in natural gas production and processing following the robust increasesin output that resulted from the widespread adoption of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drillingtechnologies in shale formations.Company ProfilesProfiles for 25 competitors in the US industry, including Dow Chemical, DuPont, Huntsman, and TamincoBuy a copy of this report @ Details:Published: December 2012No. of Pages: 219Price: US$4900TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION viiiI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4General 4Macroeconomic Outlook 5Demographic Outlook 8Consumer Spending Outlook 12Manufacturing Outlook 15Historical Market Trends 18Pricing Patterns 21Environmental & Regulatory Considerations 23International Activity 25Foreign Trade 27Exports 28Imports 31III. PRODUCTS 33General 33
  3. 3. Ethanolamines 37Supply & Demand 37Types 39Diethanolamine 41Monoethanolamine 43Triethanolamine 46Producers & Capacity 47Alkylamines 49Supply & Demand 50Types 52Methylamines 53Dimethylamine 56Monomethylamine 58Trimethylamine 59Other Alkylamines 61Producers & Capacity 63Fatty Amines 65Supply & Demand 66Types & Markets 67Producers 69Specialty Amines 71Supply & Demand 71Types 73Markets 74Producers 75Ethyleneamines 77Supply & Demand 77Types 79Ethylenediamine 80Diethylenetriamine 82Triethylenetetramine 84Other Ethyleneamines 85Producers & Capacity 87Polyetheramines 88Supply & Demand 89Types & Markets 90Producers 91IV. MARKETS 92General 92Cleaning Products 95Cleaning Products Outlook 96Amines Demand 97Agricultural Chemicals 99Agricultural Chemicals Production Outlook 100Amines Demand 102
  4. 4. Personal Care Products 104Personal Care Products Outlook 104Amines Demand 106Natural Gas Processing 108Natural Gas Outlook 109Amines Demand 111Water Treatment 113Water Withdrawal & Usage Outlook 114Amines Demand 117Lubricants 119Lubricants Outlook 120Amines Demand 121Wood Treatment 123Residential Construction Outlook 123Amines Demand 125Other Markets 126Rubber 127Plastics 129Pharmaceuticals 131Petroleum 133Refinery 134Oilfield 136All Other Markets 136V. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 140General 140Market Share 142Capacity Share 145Mergers & Acquisitions 148Marketing & Distribution 149Research & Development 151Competitive Strategies 152Company Profiles 156Akzo Nobel NV 157Albemarle Corporation 161Arkema SA 162BASF SE 164Celanese Corporation 168Chemtura Corporation 169China Resources Boxing Oleochemicals, see Akzo NobelCroda International plc 171Delamine, see Akzo Nobel and TosohDow Chemical Company 173DuPont (EI) de Nemours 179Equistar Chemicals, see LyondellBasell IndustriesEvonik Industries AG 182
  5. 5. Huntsman Corporation 184INEOS Group Limited 190INVISTA Sarl, see Koch IndustriesKoch Industries Incorporated 192Lonza Group Limited 194LyondellBasell Industries NV 196Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company Incorporated 198Mitsui Chemicals Incorporated 201OXEA GmbH 203Procter & Gamble Company 204Rhodia, see SolvaySadara Chemical, see Dow ChemicalSolvay SA 205Taminco NV 208Te An Ling Tian Nanjing Fine Chemical, see MitsubishiGas Chemical and TamincoTosoh Corporation 211US Amines Limited 213Additional Companies in the Amines Industry 215Browse more research reports on Chemical Market @, Dallas North - Dominion Plaza,17304, Preston Road,Suite 800, Dallas 75252.+ 1 888 391 5441sales@reportsandreports.comConnect With Us: