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Sulphuric Acid and Oleum in the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast (11 edition)

页数: 126 表数: 53 的数字的数量: 31
报告语言: Russian
发布: 03.03.2022
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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 eleventh edition of the study of the sulfuric acid and oleum market in the CIS countries.

Market monitoring has been conducted since 2002.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the Russian and CIS markets for sulfuric acid.

The object of study is sulfuric acid and oleum.

A distinctive feature of this study is the inclusion in the objects of study, in addition to sulfuric acid (monohydrate, waste sulfuric acid), also oleum (production and supply volumes by manufacturers). The sources of the used raw materials are characterized in sufficient detail, as well as the directions and volumes of its supplies.

In addition, the review contains detailed information on the sulfuric acid market of all CIS countries (including Ukraine), whose contribution to the total output of the products in question in the post-Soviet space is very tangible.

 

This work is a desk study. As sources of information, the databases of the UN (UNdata), the Statistical Committees of the CIS countries (including Rosstat, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, the Agency on Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan), customs statistics of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, official statistics of railway transportation of the Russian Federation were used; industry and regional press materials, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, websites of sulfuric acid producers and consumers, as well as the Infomine database.

Chronological scope of the study: 1994-2021; forecast - 2022-2030

Research geography: Russian Federation - comprehensive detailed market analysis; Ukraine, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Belarus and other CIS countries - a general retrospective analysis of the market.

 

The report consists of 7 parts, contains 126 pages, including 53 tables, 31 figures and 3 appendices.

The first chapter of the report provides information on the methods of obtaining sulfuric acid and the raw materials used in industry, considers the directions and volumes of supplies of raw materials to sulfuric acid producers.

The second chapter is devoted to the analysis of sulfuric acid production for the period 1994-2020. in the CIS. This section provides data on production volumes, traces the dynamics of the production of these products by enterprises in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, considers the current state of the main producers of sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation. Data on the available raw material base, production volumes, plans for the development of enterprises, as well as data on the volumes and directions of product supplies in recent years are given.

The third chapter deals with foreign trade operations with sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation and Ukraine with an analysis of the volumes and directions of export-import supplies.

The fourth chapter is devoted to the consideration of the dynamics of prices for sulfuric acid in the domestic Russian and foreign markets of the Russian Federation and Ukraine.

The fifth chapter of the report considers the consumption of sulfuric acid in Russia. In this section, the balance of production and consumption structure of these products is compiled, the main areas of application and the main consumers of sulfuric acid are considered, and methods for the disposal of excess sulfuric acid are described.

In the sixth chapter, some aspects of the transportation of sulfuric acid to the Russian Federation are considered.

The seventh chapter provides a forecast for the production and prices of sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation for the period up to 2030.

The appendices contain the addresses and contact information of the main producers and consumers of sulfuric acid, as well as the in-plant consumption of sulfuric acid by manufacturers.

 

Target audience of the study:

- participants in the sulfuric acid market - producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study purports to be a reference tool for marketing and decision makers working in the sulfuric acid market.

ANNOTATION

 

INTRODUCTION

 

I. Sulfuric acid production technology and industrial raw materials

I.1. Methods for the production of sulfuric acid

A. Sulfur combustion

B. Roasting of metal sulfides

C. Recovery of gypsum or anhydrite

I.2. The main suppliers of raw materials for the production of sulfuric acid

I.3. Directions and volume of supplies of raw materials

 

II. Sulfuric acid production in the CIS countries (1994-2021)

II.1. Product quality

II.2. Sulfuric acid production in the CIS

II.3. Sulfuric acid producers in Russia

II.4. Current state of the largest producers of sulfuric acid

II.4.1. JSC "Apatit" (Cherepovets, Vologda region)

II.4.2. Balakovo branch of JSC "Apatit" (Balakovo, Saratov region)

II.4.3. OOO IG Phosphorit (Kingisepp, Leningrad Region)

II.4.4. JSC "Middle Urals copper smelter" (Revda, Sverdlovsk region)

II.4.5. Eurochem-BMU LLC (Belorechensk, Krasnodar Territory)

II.5. Enterprises - producers of sulfuric acid in Ukraine

II.6. Enterprises - producers of sulfuric acid in Kazakhstan

 

III. Export-import of sulfuric acid (1997-2021)

III.1. Export-import of sulfuric acid in Russia

III.1.1. Export

III.1.2. Import

III.2. Trends and features of export-import supplies of sulfuric acid in Ukraine

III.3. Export-import deliveries of sulfuric acid in other CIS countries

 

IV. Sulfuric acid price review (2007-2021)

IV.1. Domestic prices for sulfuric acid in Russia

IV.2. Dynamics of export-import prices in the Russian Federation

IV.3. Dynamics of export-import prices in Ukraine

 

V. Consumption of sulfuric acid and oleum in the CIS (2001-2021)

V.1. Balance of sulfuric acid consumption in Russia

V.2. Balance of sulfuric acid consumption in Ukraine

V.3. Structure of sulfuric acid consumption in Russia

V.4. The main industries and enterprises-consumers of commercial sulfuric acid of the Russian Federation

V.4.1. Chemical and petrochemical industry

V.4.2. Ferrous metallurgy

V.4.3. Non-ferrous metallurgy

V.5. Methods for processing and disposing of excess sulfuric acid

V.5.1. Technology for the production of phosphorus-containing fertilizers

V.5.2 Copper sulphate production technology

V.5.3 Technology for the production of artificial gypsum

 

VI. Transportation of sulfuric acid in Russia

 

VII. Forecast of the development of the sulfuric acid market in the Russian Federation for the period up to 2030

VII.1. Forecast of production and consumption

VII.2. Price Forecast

 

Annex 1. Intra-factory consumption of sulfuric acid by manufacturing enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2018 (in terms of monohydrate)

Annex 2. Contact information of the largest enterprises producing sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation

Annex 3. Contact information of the largest enterprises-consumers of sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation

Table 1. Methods of production and capacities of enterprises for the production of sulfur in the CIS

Table 2. Directions for the supply of raw materials to the largest producers of sulfuric acid in the CIS

Table 3. Volumes of supplies of raw materials to sulfuric acid producers in the Russian Federation in 2012-2021, thousand tons

Table 4. Sulfur imports by Ukrainian sulfuric acid producers in 2012-2021, thousand tons

Table 5. Requirements for the quality of sulfuric acid (according to GOST 2184-77)

Table 6. Requirements for the quality of sulfuric acid grade "K" (according to TU 113-08-617-87)

Table 7. Production of sulfuric acid in the CIS countries in 1994-2021, thousand tons

Table 8. Production of sulfuric acid and oleum in 2005-2020 (thousand tons) and capacities of Russian enterprises (as of the beginning of 2021)

Table 9. Production of various types of sulfuric acid and oleum (by enterprises) in the Russian Federation in 2016-2021, thousand tons, %

Table 10. Sulfuric acid production and capacity utilization of the largest Russian producers in 2021, %

Table 11. Key milestones in the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of mineral fertilizers in Apatit JSC

Table 12. Deliveries of raw materials to JSC Apatit in 2008-2021, thousand tons

Table 13. Supply of sulfuric acid to JSC "Apatit" in 2008-2021, thousand tons

Table 14. Main consumers of sulfuric acid produced by Apatit JSC in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 15. Some financial performance indicators of JSC Apatit in 2013-2020, million rubles

Table 16. The main milestones in the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of mineral fertilizers in the Balakovo branch of JSC Apatit

Table 17. Sulfur supplies to the BF JSC Apatit in 2007-2021, thousand tons

Table 18. Supplies of sulfuric acid to the BF JSC Apatit in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 19. Main consumers of sulfuric acid and oleum produced by BF JSC Apatit in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 20. The main milestones in the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of mineral fertilizers in LLC IG Phosphorite

Table 21. Sulfur supplies to OOO PG Phosphorite in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 22. Supplies of sulfuric acid and oleum to OOO PG Phosphorit in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 23. Some financial performance indicators of LLC PG Phosphorit in 2015-2020, million rubles

Table 24

Table 25. The largest Russian consumers of sulfuric acid and oleum of SUMZ OJSC in 2011-2020, thousand tons

Table 26. Some financial performance indicators of SUMZ OJSC in 2013-2020, million rubles

Table 27. Key milestones in the development of sulfuric acid production at Eurochem-BMU LLC

Table 28. Some financial performance indicators of Eurochem-BMU LLC in 2015-2020, million rubles

Table 29. Production of sulfuric acid in Ukraine in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 30. Production of sulfuric acid by enterprises of Kazakhstan in 2007-2021, thousand tons

Table 31. Directions of Russian exports of sulfuric acid in 2008-2021, thousand tons, thousand $

Table 32. Export of commercial sulfuric acid by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 33. Directions of Russian imports of sulfuric acid in 2008-2021, thousand tons, thousand $

Table 34. Imports of sulfuric acid by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2011-2021, thousand tons

Table 35. Imports of sulfuric acid by Ukraine by supplying countries in 2008-2021, thousand tons, thousand $

Table 36. The largest Ukrainian enterprises-recipients of imported sulfuric acid in 2015-2020, thousand tons, %

Table 37. Export of sulfuric acid by Ukraine by recipient countries in 2008-2021, thousand tons, thousand $

Table 38. Foreign trade operations with sulfuric acid of Kazakhstan and Belarus in 2014-2021, t, thousand $, $/t

Table 39. Average producer prices for sulfuric acid in Russia in 2013-2021, RUB/t (without VAT)

Table 40. Average prices for sulfuric acid by Russian producers by Federal Districts in 2015-2021, rub./t without VAT

Table 41. Average annual prices for sulfuric acid imported by Russia in 2008-2021, $/t

Table 42. Average annual export prices for sulfuric acid from Russian producers in 2008-2021, $/t

Table 43. Average annual export prices for sulfuric acid in Ukraine in 2007-2021, $/t

Table 44. Average annual prices for sulfuric acid imported by Ukraine in 2007-2021, $/t

Table 45. Volumes of consumption of monohydrate in Russia in 2001-2021, thousand tons

Table 46. Volumes of consumption of monohydrate in Ukraine in 2002-2021, thousand tons

Table 47. Structure of monohydrate consumption in Russia in 2021, %

Table 48. Largest recipients of commercial sulfuric acid and oleum in the Russian Federation (including imports) in 2012-2021, thousand tons

Table 49. Indices of industrial production by industry sectors of the Russian Federation in 2010-2021, % of the previous year

Table 50. Production of phosphate fertilizers in the Russian Federation by enterprises in 2010-2021, thousand tons

Table 51. Temperature dependence of sulfuric acid on its concentration during the decomposition of apatite concentrate

Table 52. Models of railway tanks for the transportation of sulfuric acid and oleum

Table 53. Projects for the construction of new sulfuric acid plants in Russia in the period up to 2027

Figure 1. Scheme for the production of sulfuric acid from sulfur

Figure 2. Scheme for the production of sulfuric acid from pyrite

Figure 3. Scheme of the nitrous method for obtaining sulfuric acid

Figure 4. Dynamics of sulfuric acid production in the CIS in 1994-2021, million tons

Figure 5. The share of sulfuric acid output by the CIS countries from the total production volume in 1994-2021, %

Figure 6. Dynamics of sulfuric acid production in the CIS countries in 1994-2021, million tons

Figure 7. Structure of sulfuric acid production in the Russian Federation in 2000-2021, %

Figure 8. Structure of production of sulfuric acid and oleum in the Russian Federation in 2021 by enterprises, %

Figure 9. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers at Apatit JSC in 2000-2021, thousand tons

Figure 10. Production of the main types of marketable products in the BF JSC Apatit in 2000-2021, thousand tons

Figure 11. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate mineral fertilizers at LLC PG Phosphorit in 2000-2021, thousand tons

Figure 12. Dynamics of sulfuric acid production (thousand tons) and capacity utilization (%) at SUMZ OJSC in 2000-2021

Figure 13. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers at Eurochem-BMU LLC in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Figure 14. Dynamics of sulfuric acid production in Ukraine in 1998-2021, thousand tons

Figure 15. Dynamics of sulfuric acid production in Kazakhstan in 2000-2021, thousand tons

Figure 16. Shares of the largest producers in the total production of sulfuric acid in Kazakhstan in 2021, %

Figure 17. Dynamics of export-import operations with sulfuric acid in Russia in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Figure 18. The structure of exports of sulfuric acid of the Russian Federation in 2007-2020, thousand tons

Figure 19. Structure of imports of sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation in 2007-2020, thousand tons

Figure 20. Dynamics of export-import operations with sulfuric acid in Ukraine in 2002-2021, thousand tons

Figure 21. Dynamics of average prices for sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation in 2007-2021, rub./t (without VAT)

Figure 22. Dynamics of average annual export-import prices for sulfuric acid in the Russian Federation in 2007-2021, $/t

Figure 23. Dynamics of average annual export-import prices for sulfuric acid in Ukraine in 2007-2021, $/t

Figure 24. Dynamics of the main indicators of the sulfuric acid market in Russia in 2001-2021, thousand tons

Figure 25. Dynamics of the main indicators of the sulfuric acid market in Ukraine in 2002-2021, thousand tons

Figure 26. Production of phosphate fertilizers and consumption of sulfuric acid in Russia in 2010-2021, million tons

Figure 27. Structure of consumption of commercial sulfuric acid and oleum in the Russian Federation in 2021, %

Figure 28. Growth in global capacity and demand for phosphates (in terms of 100% P2O5) (Mt), capacity utilization (%)

Figure 29. Production of sulfuric acid in Russia and forecast of its production for the period up to 2030, million tons

Figure 30. Comparative dynamics of producer prices for sulfuric acid and sulfur in the domestic market of the Russian Federation in 2007-2021, $/t

Figure 31. Forecast of Russian prices for sulfuric acid for the period up to 2030, $/t

 

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