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Soda Ash in the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast (13th edition)

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发布: 12.03.2020
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This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

 

This report is the thirteenth edition of the market research for soda ash (sodium carbonate) in the CIS countries.

Market monitoring has been underway since August 1996.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the Russian and CIS countries of soda ash markets.

The object of study is soda ash and its consumption.

This work is a desk study. As sources of information, we used data from the Federal State Statistics Service, the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, official statistics on rail transportation of Russian Railways, the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics, and the State Customs Service of Ukraine; used materials of the US State Geological Survey (USGS), data from the UNdata database, industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of issuers of securities, websites of enterprises producing soda ash, as well as data obtained from telephone interviews with employees of consumer companies of this reagent .

Chronological scope of the study: 1999-2019; the forecast is 2020-2025.

Research geography: Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Ukraine - a comprehensive detailed analysis of the market; Armenia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan - general retrospective market analysis; the rest of the world - general information about the dynamics and characteristics of the market.

 

The report consists of 7 parts, contains 223 pages, including 39 figures, 81 tables and 2 appendices.

The first chapter of the report gives a brief description of the world market of sodium carbonate (stocks of natural soda, production, prices, export-import of soda ash).

The second chapter of the report provides information about the raw materials needed for the production of soda ash, its characteristics. Also in this chapter, sodium carbonate production technology is discussed in detail. In addition, data on the main suppliers of raw materials, directions and volumes of supplies are presented.

The third chapter of the review is devoted to the production of soda ash in the CIS countries. This section provides statistics on the volume of soda production in Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan (1999-2019). In addition, the quality indicators of the products are given.

The fourth chapter presents data on foreign trade operations with soda ash in Russia for the period 1998-2019. and in Ukraine for the period 1999-2018. In addition, data are presented on the import of soda to Belarus, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries (2004-2018).

The fifth chapter provides information on the level of prices for various brands of soda in the domestic Russian market (1999-2019). In addition, data on changes in export-import prices for soda ash in Russia and Ukraine (1999-2019) were analyzed.

The sixth chapter discusses the consumption of soda ash in Russia and Ukraine. This section presents the balance of production - consumption of these products, the sectoral structure of consumption, the main consumers, as well as the current status and development prospects of the largest consumer enterprises.

The seventh chapter presents the forecast for the development of the market of soda ash in Russia (production and consumption) for the period until 2025.

The appendices provide address and contact information for the main enterprises that produce and consume soda ash in the CIS countries.

 

The target audience of the study:

- participants in the soda ash market - producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study claims to be a reference tool for marketing services and specialists making managerial decisions working in the market of soda ash.

 

ANNOTATION

 

INTRODUCTION

 

I. Brief description of the world market of soda ash

I.1. World reserves of natural soda ash at the beginning of 2020

I.2. Volumes of production of soda ash in the world in 1998-2019

I.3. The main countries producing soda ash

I.3.1. China

I.3.2. USA

I.4. Dynamics of world prices for soda ash

 

II. Soda ash production technology and raw materials used in industry

II.1. Methods for the production of soda ash

II.2. Major suppliers of raw materials

II.3. Directions and volumes of supplies

 

III. Production of soda ash in the CIS countries

III.1. Product quality

III.2. The volume of production of soda ash in the CIS in 1997-2019.

III.2.1. The volume of production of soda ash in the Russian Federation in 1997-2019.

III.2.2. The volume of production of soda ash in Ukraine in 1997-2014.

III.3. The main manufacturers of soda ash in the CIS countries

III.4. Current status of the largest producers of soda ash

III.4.1. Bashkir Soda Company JSC (Sterlitamak, Republic of Bashkortostan)

III.4.2. JSC Rusal Achinsk Alumina Refinery (Krasnoyarsk Territory)

III.4.3. Bereznikovsky Soda Plant JSC (Berezniki, Perm Territory)

III.4.4. CJSC Pikalevskaya Soda (Pikalevo, Leningrad Region)

III.4.5. PJSC "Crimean Soda Plant" (Krasnoperekopsk, Republic of Crimea)

III.4.6. UE “Kungrad soda plant” (Kungrad, Karapakalstan, Uzbekistan)

III.5. Companies that have stopped producing soda ash

III.5.1. OJSC Lysychansk Soda (Lysychansk, Lugansk Region, Ukraine)

 

IV. Export-import of soda ash

IV.1. Export-import of soda ash in the Russian Federation

IV.1.1. Volumes of export-import of soda ash in the Russian Federation in 1998-2019

IV.1.2. Features and trends of export supplies of soda ash in the Russian Federation

IV.1.3. The main directions of export-import supplies of soda ash in the Russian Federation

IV.2. Export-import of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018

IV.2.1. Volumes of export-import of soda ash in Ukraine

IV.2.2. Tendencies and features of export-import supplies of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018

IV.2.3. The main directions of export-import supplies of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018

IV.3. Import of soda ash in the CIS in 2004-2019

 

V. Pricing for soda ash

V.1. Prices of Russian producers for soda ash in 1999-2018

V.2. Dynamics of export-import prices for soda ash in Russia in 1999-2019

V.3. Dynamics of export-import prices for soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018

 

VI. Consumption of soda ash in the CIS in 1997-2019

VI.1. Consumption of soda ash in Russia in 1997-2019

VI.1.1. The balance of consumption of soda ash in Russia

VI.1.2. The structure of consumption of soda ash in Russia

VI.1.3. The main industries consuming soda ash in Russia

VI.1.3.1. Glass industry

VI.1.3.2. Non-ferrous metallurgy

VI.1.3.3. Chemical and petrochemical industry

VI.1.3.4. Pulp and paper industry

VI.1.3.5. Other uses of soda

VI.1.4. The main Russian consumers of soda ash

VI.1.4.1. JSC RUSAL URAL, a branch of RUSAL Kamensk-Uralsky (Ural Aluminum Plant), Sverdlovsk Region

VI.1.4.2. JSC Rusal Ural, a branch in Krasnoustinsk, United Company Rusal Bogoslovsky Aluminum Plant, Sverdlovsk Region

VI.1.4.3. Salavatsteklo JSC (Republic of Bashkortostan)

VI.1.4.4. LLC Rusjam Holding

VI.1.4.5. PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel

VI.2. Consumption of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018

VI.2.1. The balance of consumption of soda ash in Ukraine

VI.2.2. The structure of consumption of soda ash in Ukraine

VI.2.3. The main industries consuming soda ash in Ukraine

 

VII. Forecast for the development of the Russian market of soda ash

VII.1. Forecast for the development of facilities for the production of soda ash in the CIS for the period until 2025

VII.2. Forecast of production and consumption of soda ash in Russia and Ukraine for the period up to 2025

 

Appendix 1: Address Book for Soda Ash Producers in the CIS

Appendix 2: Address Book for Soda Ash Consumers in the CIS

Table 1: Physical properties of sodium carbonate

Table 2: Production of soda ash in producing countries in 2003-2018, Th. t

Table 3: The balance of soda consumption in China in 2003-2018, Th. t,%

Table 4: The main directions of Chinese exports of soda ash in 2008-2018, Th. Rub. t

Table 5: U.S. Soda Ash Producers

Table 6: Balance of soda consumption in the USA in 2003-2019, Th. t,%

Table 7: Exports of countries from the USA by CIS countries in 2008-2018, Th. t

Table 8: CIS enterprises producing powerful facilities for the production of soda ash and their technologies (as of early 2020)

Table 9: Distribution of Carrying Reserves and Production

Table 10: Calcined Salt Production in Russia

Table 11: The main deposits of carbonate raw materials, soda ash

Table 12: Composition of nepheline region,%

Table 13: Railroad supplies of ammonia to an enterprise producing soda ash using the Solve method in 2006-2019, Th. t

Table 14: Quality requirements for soda ash grade A (according to GOST 5100-85)

Table 15: Quality requirements for soda ash grade B (according to GOST 5100-85)

Table 16: Quality requirements for soda ash (according to GOST 10689-75)

Table 17: Quality requirements for soda ash grades K and P (according to TU 2131-048-00205311-2010)

Table 18: Production of soda ash in the CIS countries in 1998-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 19: Production of soda ash in Russia in 1997-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 20: Production of soda ash in Ukraine in 1997-2013 and January-March 2014, thousand tons

Table 21: The largest derivatives of soda ash in the CIS in 2005-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 22. Railroad supplies of soda ash of JSC “BSK” to the largest Russian consumers in 2006-2013, Th. t

Table 23. Railroad supplies of soda ash JSC “BSK” to the largest Russian consumers in 2014-2019, Th. t

Table 24: Directions of export supplies of soda ash JSC “BSK” in 2005-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 25: Railroad supplies of soda ash by JSC “AGK” to the largest Russian consumers in 2003-2013, Th. t

Table 26: Railroad supplies of soda ash JSC “AGK” to the largest Russian consumers in 2014-2019, Th. t

Table 27: Countries producing soda ash produced by JSC "AGK" in 2004-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 28: Railway supplies of soda ash by BSZ JSC to the largest Russian consumers in 2004-2013, Th. t

Table 29: Railway supplies of soda ash by BSZ JSC to the largest Russian consumers in 2014-2019, Th. t

Table 30: Producing countries of soda ash produced by BSZ JSC in 2004-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 31: Directions of export supplies of soda ash produced by CJSC Pikalevskaya Soda in 2004-2005, 2011-2012, 2015-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 32: Railroad supplies of soda ash Pikalevskaya Soda CJSC to the largest Russian consumers in 2004-2019, Th. Q t

Table 33: Brand structure of exports of soda ash produced by PJSC "Crimean Soda Plant" in 2003-2013, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 34: Brand structure of exports of soda ash produced by PJSC "Crimean Soda Plant" in 2014-2019, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 35: Countries producing soda ash produced by PJSC Crimean Soda Plant in 2002-2019, Th. Q t

Table 36: The largest Ukrainian soda ash produced by PJSC “Crimean Soda Plant” in 2007-2012, Th. Q t

Table 37: The largest Russian measuring soda ash produced by PJSC “Crimean Soda Plant” in 2015-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 38: Directions of export supplies of soda ash produced by Unitary Enterprise “Kungrad Soda Plant” in 2014-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 39: Countries-calculators of soda ash produced by JSC "Lisichansk Soda" in 2002-2010, Th. Rub. t

Table 40: Foreign trade in soda ash in the Russian Federation in 1998-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 41: The share of exports of soda ash in the total volume of its production in the Russian Federation in 1998-2019, Th. t,%

Table 42: Export of soda ash by Russian enterprises in 2004-2019, Th. t,%

Table 43: The main country data of Russian soda ash in 2003-2019, Th. t

Table 44: The main countries-buyers of soda ash in Russia in 2003-2019, Th. t,%

Table 45: The main derivatives of soda ash supplied to Russia in 2005-2019, Th. t

Table 46: The main Russian recipients of imported soda in 2005-2017, Th. Rub. t

Table 47: Foreign trade in soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018, Th. tTable 48: Share of export of soda ash in the total volume of its production in Ukraine in 1999-2013,%

Table 49: The main goods of Ukrainian soda ash on the markets in 1999-2013, Th. t

Table 50: Brand composition of Ukrainian exports of soda ash, in 2002-2013, Th. t

Table 51: The main countries, the main Ukrainian soda ash in 1999-2013, Th. t

Table 52: The main producing countries of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018, Th. t

Table 53: The main Ukrainian recipients of imported soda ash in 2006-2013, Th. t

Table 54: The main Ukrainian recipients of imported soda ash in 2014-2017, Th. Q t

Table 55: Countries producing soda ash in Belarus and Kazakhstan in 2004-2019, Th. Doll. t

Table 56: Deliveries of soda ash to other CIS countries in 2007-2018, Th. t

Table 57: Prices for soda ash produced by JSC "BSK", excluding VAT

Table 58: Prices for soda ash produced by JSC BSZ, rub. / T, without VAT

Table 59: Prices for soda ash of various grades exported by the Russian Federation in 2004-2019, $ / T

Table 60: Prices for soda ash of various grades imported by the Russian Federation in 2004-2017, $ / T

Table 61: Average export prices for Russian calcined food for the main consumer countries in 2004-2017, $ / T

Table 62: Export prices for soda ash of Russian producers in 2004-2019, $ / T

Table 63: The main suppliers of soda ash in Russia in 2005-2017 prices of imported products, $ / t

Table 64: Prices for soda ash of various grades exported by Ukraine in 2002-2013, $ / T

Table 65: Export prices for soda ash of Ukrainian producers in 1999-2013, $ / T

Table 66: Average export prices for Ukrainian calcined food for the main countries of consumption in 1999-2013, $ / T

Table 67: The main countries supplying soda ash to Ukraine in 2002-2017 and their prices, $ / t

Table 68: Indicators of consumption of soda ash in Russia in 1997-2007, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 69: Indicators of consumption of soda ash in Russia in 2008-2019, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 70: Structure of consumption of soda ash in the Russian Federation in 2007-2013, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 71: Structure of consumption of soda ash in the Russian Federation in 2014-2019, Th. Rub. t,%

Table 72: Production of container and flat glass, consumption of soda ash by enterprises of the glass industry of the Russian Federation in 2007-2019, Th. t

Table 73: Deliveries of soda ash to the largest Russian consumers in 2006-2013, Th. t

Table 74: Deliveries of soda ash to the largest Russian consumers in 2014-2019, Th. t

Table 75: Alumina production and supply of soda ash in JSC Rusal Ural in 2004-2017, Thous. Rub. t

Table 76: Alumina production and supply of soda ash in BAZ OJSC in 2004-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 77: Railway and import supplies of soda ash at the enterprise of Rusjam company in 2002-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 78: Supplies of soda to the MMC Norilsk Nickel in 2005-2019, Th. Rub. t

Table 79: Indicators of consumption of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2013 thousand tons,%

Table 80: Indicators of consumption of soda ash in Ukraine in 2014-2018 thousand tons,%

Table 81: Forecast of changes in capacities for the production of soda ash in the CIS by 2025, thousand rubles t

Table 82: Forecast of consumption of soda ash in the Russian Federation by industry for the period up to 2025, thousand rubles t

Table 83: Forecast of production of soda ash in the Russian Federation by producers for the period up to 2025, thousand rubles t

Figure 1: Dynamics of production of soda ash in the world in 1998-2019, million tons

Figure 2: Production and foreign trade of soda ash in China in 2003-2018, mln tons

Figure 3: Dynamics of average export prices for soda ash of the world's largest producers in 2014-2017, $ / t

Figure 4: Diagram of the ammonia method for producing soda ash according to the Solve method

Figure 5: Production of soda ash in Russia and the CIS in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 6: Share of CIS countries in the production of soda in 1997-2019,%

Figure 7: The share of enterprises in the production of soda ash in Russia in 2002-2018,%

Figure 8: Capacity utilization of Ukrainian producers of soda ash in 2003-2013,%

Figure 9: Dynamics of production of soda ash in Bashkir Soda Company JSC in 1997-2019, mln tons

Figure 10: Dynamics of production of soda ash and alumina at AGK in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 11: Dynamics of production of soda ash in BSZ JSC in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 12: Dynamics of production of soda ash (CJSC Pikalevskaya Soda) and alumina (CJSC BazelCement-Pikalevo) in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 13: Dynamics of soda ash production (thousand tons) and capacity utilization (%) of Crimean Soda Plant PJSC in 1997-2019

Figure 14: Dynamics of production of soda ash and its export UE “Kungrad soda plant” in 2006-2019, thousand tons

Figure 15: Dynamics of soda ash production (thousand tons) and capacity utilization (%) of Lisichansk Soda OJSC in 1997-2009

Figure 16: The main domestic consumers of soda ash produced by OJSC "Lisichansk Soda" in 2009, thousand tons

Figure 17: The volume of soda production in the Russian Federation and the dynamics of export-import supplies of the product in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Figure 18: Geographic structure of exports of soda ash of the Russian Federation in 2003-2019,%

Figure 19: Soda production in Ukraine and the dynamics of export-import supplies of the product in 1999-2018, thousand tons

Figure 20: Dynamics of average wholesale prices for soda ash in Russia in 1999-2019, thousand rubles / ton excluding VAT

Figure 21: Dynamics of export-import prices for soda ash in the Russian Federation in 1998-2019, $ / t

Figure 22: Dynamics of export-import prices for soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018, $ / t

Figure 23: Dynamics of production, consumption, export and import of soda ash in Russia in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 24: Structure of consumption of soda ash in Russia in 2007-2019,%

Figure 25: The main directions of the use of soda ash in Russia in 2019,%

Figure 26: Dynamics of production of flat and container glass in the Russian Federation in 2000-2019, mln m2, mln pcs.

Figure 27: Pattern of consumption of soda ash in the glass industry of Russia in 2007-2017,%

Figure 28: Dynamics of alumina production in the Russian Federation in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 29: Dynamics of alumina production and consumption of soda ash in the Russian Federation in 2005-2019, thousand tons

Figure 30: Dynamics of nickel and cobalt production, soda ash consumption in the Russian Federation in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Figure 31: The growth rate of the chemical industry of the Russian Federation in 2007-2019,% to the previous year

Figure 32: Dynamics of production of TPF sodium, SMS and silicate block, consumption of soda ash by the chemical industry of the Russian Federation in 2003-2019, thousand tons

Figure 33: Dynamics of total cellulose production, soda ash consumption of the pulp and paper industry of the Russian Federation in 2006-2019, thousand tons

Figure 34: Production of flat glass, silicate block and supply of soda to Salavatsteklo JSC in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 35: Dynamics of production, consumption, export and import of soda ash in Ukraine in 1999-2018, thousand tons

Figure 36: The main areas of use of soda ash in Ukraine in 2012,%

Figure 37: Dynamics of the production of glass containers in Ukraine in 2003-2017, million units

Figure 38: Forecast of production and consumption of soda ash in the Russian Federation until 2025, million tons

Figure 39: Dynamics of Ukrainian production and consumption of soda ash in 1999-2018. and consumption forecast until 2025, thousand tons

 

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