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Formaldehyde Demand to Go Up Leaving Production Levels Behind According to Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd

January 20, 2012

The global formaldehyde production and consumption happed to reach a perfect balance in 2010 — the both figures reached around 29 tonnes. However, the demand is projected to go up steeply leaving the production volumes behind. Comprehensive review of the formaldehyde market is presented in the new market research report “Formaldehyde: 2012 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017” recently published by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd.

London, UK (PRWEB) January 20, 2012

Today the key end-use areas of formaldehyde are urea-, phenol-, and melamine-formaldehyde resins — they account for approximately 66% of the total demand on the global formaldehyde market. As these industries are on the growth path after the recession period, the demand for formaldehyde is also on stable rise. It is notable that international trade within the industry is small — as shipment hazards are there, this material is produced close to the consuming facilities.

The global formaldehyde production and consumption happed to reach a perfect balance in 2010 — the both figures reached around 29 tonnes. However, the demand is projected to go up steeply leaving the production volumes behind. In the coming five years the formaldehyde consumption will grow by 5% annually. However the manufacturing utilization rates will reach only 80% by that time.

Comprehensive review of the formaldehyde market is presented in the new market research report “Formaldehyde: 2012 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017”. The report gives out a full picture of the market by examining it from the global, regional and country perspective and providing data on the past and present of the industry and its future development.

The information covered within the report makes up a thorough analysis of the key formaldehyde market metrics — production and consumption in the reviewed countries, trade statistics, and prices for the material during the reviewed period. Market projections indicate future developments and trends, opportunities and hurdles, prices and volumes during the period through 2017.

Report Details:

Formaldehyde: 2012 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017

Published: January, 2011

Pages: 334

http://mcgroup.co.uk/researches/formaldehyde

Report Contents:

DISCLAIMER

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

1. INTRODUCTION: FORMALDEHYDE PROPERTIES AND USES

2. FORMALDEHYDE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

3. FORMALDEHYDE WORLD MARKET

3.1. World formaldehyde capacity

  •     Formaldehyde capacity broken down by region (incl. regions shares)
  • Formaldehyde capacity divided by country (incl. countries shares)
  • Formaldehyde producers and their capacity (by plant)

3.2. World formaldehyde production

  • Formaldehyde global output dynamics (2003-present)
  • Formaldehyde production by region
  • Formaldehyde production by country

3.3. Formaldehyde consumption

  • World consumption of formaldehyde (2003-present)
  • Formaldehyde consumption by end use sector, 2010
  • Formaldehyde consumption trends in Europe (incl. historical background 2003-2011)
  • Formaldehyde consumption trends in Asia (incl. historical background 2003-2011)
  • Formaldehyde consumption trends in North America (incl. historical background 2003-2011)

3.4. Formaldehyde global trade

  • World formaldehyde trade dynamics
  • Formaldehyde export and import flows in regions

3.5. Formaldehyde prices in the world market

4. FORMALDEHYDE REGIONAL MARKETS ANALYSIS

4.1. Austria

4.2. Belgium

4.3. Bulgaria

4.4. Denmark

4.5. Finland

4.6. France

4.7. Germany

4.8. Hungary

4.9. Ireland

4.10. Italy

4.11. Lithuania

4.12. Netherlands

4.13. Norway

4.14. Poland

4.15. Portugal

4.16. Russia

4.17. Slovakia

4.18. Spain

4.19. Sweden

4.20. UK

4.21. Ukraine

5. FORMALDEHYDE ASIAN MARKET ANALYSIS

5.1. China

5.2. India

5.3. Indonesia

5.4. Japan

5.5. Malaysia

5.6. Pakistan

5.7. Taiwan

5.8. Thailand

6. FORMALDEHYDE NORTH AMERICAN MARKET ANALYSIS

6.1. Canada

6.2. USA

7. FORMALDEHYDE LATIN AMERICAN MARKET ANALYSIS

7.1. Argentina

7.2. Brazil

7.3. Chile

7.4. Colombia

7.5. Mexico

7.6. Nicaragua

7.7. Venezuela

8. FORMALDEHYDE OCEANIA MARKET ANALYSIS

8.1. Australia

9. FORMALDEHYDE MIDDLE EAST MARKET ANALYSIS

9.1. Iran

9.2. Qatar

9.3. Saudi Arabia

9.4. Turkey

10. FORMALDEHYDE MARKET PERSPECTIVES

10.1. Formaldehyde capacity and production forecast up to 2017

  • Formaldehyde global supply forecast

    10.1.1. Formaldehyde projects

     – New formaldehyde capacity introductions

10.2. Formaldehyde consumption forecast up to 2017

  • Future trends in formaldehyde market worldwide
  • Formaldehyde world consumption forecast
  • Formaldehyde consumption forecast in Europe
  • Formaldehyde consumption forecast in Asia
  • Formaldehyde consumption forecast in North America

10.3. Estimated formaldehyde prices changes up to 2017

  • Formaldehyde prices forecast in Europe
  • Formaldehyde prices forecast in Asia
  • Formaldehyde prices forecast in North America

11. KEY COMPANIES IN THE FORMALDEHYDE MARKET WORLDWIDE

12. FEEDSTOCK MARKET

  • Formaldehyde feedstocks capacity worldwide
  • Trends in formaldehyde feedstocks markets globally
  • Prices for formaldehyde feedstocks in world market
  • Formaldehyde feedstocks markets perspectives

LIST OF TABLES

LIST OF FIGURES

Monthly report updates for “Formaldehyde: 2012 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017” are also available.

The study on formaldehyde has been prepared by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd, an internationally recognized market research agency, specializing in chemical industry. “Formaldehyde: 2012 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017” is included into the catalogue “Petrochemicals”, which also covers studies on Benzene, Caprolactam (CPL), Ethylbenzene (EB), Ethylene, Melamine, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Orthoxylene, Phenol, Phthalic Anhydride (PA), Styrene, Toluene markets.

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