Production and Market of Ethanolamine in ChinaReport Details:Published:August 2012No. of Pages: 59Price: Single User License – US$6500In the past years, Chinas ethanolamine industry witnessed brilliant achievement, both inproduction and consumption. Now, China is the second largest producer and consumer ofethanolamine in the world, only next to the US.Since 2006, Chinas ethanolamine production has entered the period of swift growth. In 2011, thecapacity of ethanolamine has reached XXX t/a in China, with output of XXX tonnes. From 2007 to2011, the CAGR of capacity and output of ethanolamine is about XX% and XX% respectively.By the end of 2011, there are XX active ethanolamine producers in China; one is idle, and fourenterprises are building or planning to build the production lines of ethanolamine. Now, Chinasethanolamine producers are mainly concentrated in East China (Jiangsu and Zhejiang) andNortheast China (Liaoning and Jilin), since the key raw material of ethanolamine, ethylene oxide,is inconvenient for long-distance transportation, and the major petrochemical producers areconcentrated in East China and Northeast China.Now, it is the primary way of ethanolamine production by using ethylene oxide as raw material inthe world. In China, there are five technology suppliers, namely Zhejiang University, SwitzerlandSulzer, BASF, Akzo Nobel, the US SD company. Although the reaction principle is same, differenttechnology suppliers own respective patent in some key parameters, such as temperature,pressure, the concentration of ammonia, mole ratio between liquid ammonia and ethylene oxide.Thus, the production cost and competitiveness of product vary from different technology suppliers.Different from major foreign ethanolamine consumption countries, Chinas ethanolamine is mainlyapplied in the production of cement grinding aid, agrochemicals, organic synthesis and surfactant.Strongly driven from cement grinding aid and organic synthesis, 2007-2011, Chinas ethanolamineconsumption witnessed rapid increase, with a CAGR of over XX%. In 2011, the consumption ofethanolamine reaches XXX tonnes. In addition, with the commissioning of some largeethanolamine projects, the import volume of ethanolamine has dropped much in 2011, and itsproportion in total consumption also falls, below XX%.In China, ethanolamine consumption mainly distributes in East China, North China and SouthChina, which are more developed regions. Especially in East China, the most developed area inChina with convenient transportation, the consumption of ethanolamine accounts for over XX% intotal in 2011. Moreover, for three products of ethanolamine, their end users are also concentratedin East China.
Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/190679-production-and-market-of-ethanolamine-in-china.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of ContentsExecutive summary 1Introduction and methodology 2Introduction 2Methodology 31 Ethanolamine production in China 61-1 Introduction to ethanolamine production 61-2 Introduction to production technology of ethanolamine 162 Ethanolamine consumption in China 232-1 Summary of ethanolamine consumption 232-2 Summary of monoethanolamine consumption 272-2-1 Monoethanolamine applied in medicine 282-2-2 Monoethanolamine applied in surfactant 292-2-3 Monoethanolamine applied in organic synthesis 302-2-4 Monoethanolamine applied in others 322-3 Summary of diethanolamine consumption 332-3-1 Diethanolamine applied in agrochemical 342-3-2 Diethanolamine applied in surfactant 362-3-3 Diethanolamine applied in others 382-4 Summary of triethanolamine consumption 392-4-1 Triethanolamine applied in cement grinding aid 402-4-2 Triethanolamine applied in polyurethane 432-4-3 Triethanolamine applied in surfactant 452-4-4 Triethanolamine applied in rubber 462-4-5 Triethanolamine applied in others 483 Forecast on ethanolamine market in China 493-1 Drivers 493-2 Barriers 513-3 Trend of downstream industries and forecast on ethanolamine demand (2012-2020) 533-4 Forecast on ethanolamine production (2012-2020) 564 Conclusion 58List of TablesTable 1.1-1 List of major ethanolamine producers in China, 2011Table 1.1-2 Production situation of major ethanolamine producers in China, 2010-2011Table 1.1-3 Summary of ethanolamine production projects in China since 2010Table 1.2-1 Introduction to product structure and production cost for major ethanolamineproduction technologies in China, Dec. 2011Table 1.2-2 Application situation of major ethanolamine technologies in China, 2011Table 2.2.1-1 List of taurine producers adopting ethanolamine method in China, 2011
Table 2.2.2-1 List of major CMEA producers in China, 2011Table 2.2.3-1 List of organic synthesis producers using ethanolamine in China, 2011Table 2.3.1-1 List of major agrochemical producers using ethanolamine in China, 2011Table 2.3.2-1 List of major surfactant 6501 producers in China, 2011Table 2.4.1-1 List of major cement grinding aid producers in China, 2011Table 2.4.2-1 List of major polyurethane product producers using ethanolamine in China, 2011Table 2.4.3-1 List of major surfactant producers using triethanolamine in China, 2011Table 2.4.4-1 List of major rubber products producers using ethanolamine in China, 2011List of FiguresFigure 1.1-1 Production situation of ethanolamine in China, 2007-2011Figure 1.1-2 Distribution of major ethanolamine production provinces in China, 2011Figure 1.1-3 Product structure of ethanolamine production in China, by output, 2011Figure 2.1-1 Ethanolamine consumption and its growth rate in China, 2007-2011Figure 2.1-2 Dependency rate on import for ethanolamine consumption in China, 2007-2011Figure 2.1-3 Consumption pattern of ethanolamine in China, 2011Figure 2.1-4 Distribution of ethanolamine consumption in China, 2011Figure 2.2-1 Consumption pattern of monoethanolamine in China, 2011Figure 2.2-2 Distribution of monoethanolamine consumption in China, 2011Figure 2.2.1-1 Geographical distribution of monoethanolamine consumption in medicine in China,2011Figure 2.2.2-1 Geographical distribution of monoethanolamine consumption in surfactant in China,2011Figure 2.2.3-1 Geographical distribution of monoethanolamine consumption in organic synthesis inChina, 2011Figure 2.2.4-1 Geographical distribution of monoethanolamine consumption in other fields inChina, 2011Figure 2.3-1 Consumption pattern of diethanolamine in China, 2011Figure 2.3-2 Distribution of diethanolamine consumption in China, 2011Figure 2.3.1-1 Output of glyphosate and PMIDA technical using ethanolamine and theirconsumption of ethanolamine in China, 2007-2011Figure 2.3.1-2 Geographical distribution of diethanolamine consumption in agrochemicals inChina, 2011Figure 2.3.2-1 Geographical distribution of diethanolamine consumption in surfactant in China,2011Figure 2.3.3-1 Geographical distribution of diethanolamine consumption in other fields in China,2011Figure 2.4-1 Consumption pattern of triethanolamine in China, 2011Figure 2.4-2 Distribution of triethanolamine consumption in China, 2011Figure 2.4.1-1 Cement output and its growth rate in China, 2007-2011Figure 2.4.1-2 Geographical distribution of triethanolamine consumption in cement grinding aid inChina, 2011Figure 2.4.2-1 Output of polyurethane products and its growth rate in China, 2007-2011
Figure 2.4.2-2 Geographical distribution of triethanolamine consumption in polyurethane in China,2011Figure 2.4.3-1 Geographical distribution of triethanolamine consumption in surfactant in China,2011Figure 2.4.4-1 Geographical distribution of triethanolamine consumption in rubber in China, 2011Figure 2.4.5-1 Geographical distribution of triethanolamine consumption in other fields in China,2011Figure 3.3-1 Forecast on consumption pattern of ethanolamine in China, 2016Figure 3.3-2 Forecast on ethanolamine demand in China, 2012-2016Figure 3.4-1 Forecast on production expansion of ethanolamine in China, 2012-2016Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.