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Carbon Dioxide in Russia: Production, Market and Forecast (2 edition)

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报告语言: Russian
发布: 20.12.2023
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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 review is the second edition of a study of the carbon dioxide market in the Russian Federation and the world.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the Russian carbon dioxide market.

The object of study is carbon dioxide (gaseous, liquid, solid - “dry” ice).

The work presented is a desk research. Data from the statistical committees of the EAEU countries (including Rosstat, the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Bureau of National Statistics of the Agency for Strategic Planning and Reforms of the Republic of Kazakhstan) were used as sources of information; UN international databases (UNdata), World Bank, Eurostat; international and European trade data (UN Comtrade, Trade Map); Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation (until 2022); Unified information system in the field of procurement; railway transport statistics; VLSI databases; foreign specialized companies; annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers; industry and regional press, conference materials, Internet sites of manufacturing enterprises and consumers of the products under study; scientific and technical literature (elibrary, etc.), FIPS patent database; Infomine database, etc.

Chronological scope of the study: 2015-2022; forecast – 2023-2035

Geography of the study: Russian Federation – comprehensive detailed analysis of the market, countries of the world – brief description of the market.

Distinctive features of this study are:

- availability of a brief description of the global carbon dioxide market;

- data on the volume of emissions and capture of carbon dioxide by industrial enterprises around the world in general and in Russia in particular;

- volumes of in-plant use of captured carbon dioxide by enterprises generating the main volumes of flue gas emissions into the atmosphere;

- volumes of production and sales of commercial carbon dioxide (gaseous, liquid and “dry” ice);

- analysis of market development prospects in the light of the course towards global decarbonization of the economy (world and Russian).

 

The review consists of 7 chapters, contains 103 pages, including 34 tables, 31 figures and appendices.

The first chapter presents a brief description of the current state of the global carbon dioxide market and the main aspects of the process of global transformation of the world economy - the “Energy Transition”, associated primarily with decarbonization and low-carbon development.

The second chapter contains characteristics of the main industries that produce carbon dioxide in the form of smoke emissions into the atmosphere during the production of basic products. Descriptions are also given of the main methods for capturing carbon dioxide for use in the production of various products.

The third chapter of the review is devoted to the analysis of carbon dioxide production in Russia in 2015-2022. This chapter provides the requirements of existing regulatory and technical documentation for the quality of carbon dioxide of various brands, volumes of carbon dioxide emissions/recovery, as well as statistics and structure of commercial carbon dioxide production, and describes the main manufacturing enterprises.

The fourth chapter analyzes foreign trade operations with carbon dioxide in the Russian Federation in 2015-2023. Data on the volumes of exports and imports of the products under study are provided, the regional structure of supplies is assessed, and data on the volumes of supplies by exporters and importers of these products are provided.

The fifth chapter provides information on the level of prices for carbon dioxide on the domestic Russian market, and also analyzes data on changes in export-import prices for products in 2015-2023.

In the sixth chapter of the review, the balance of production and consumption of carbon dioxide in Russia is given (including volumes of capture and in-plant consumption), the sectoral structure of consumption of the products under study is assessed, and the characteristics of the main consuming industries are given (current state and development prospects).

The seventh chapter of the review is devoted to the forecast for the development of carbon dioxide production and consumption in Russia for the period up to 2035. The strategy for carbon dioxide capture and decarbonization of industry in the Russian Federation is characterized.

The appendix provides the addresses and contact information of enterprises producing carbon dioxide in the Russian Federation.

 

Target audience of the study:

- carbon dioxide market participants – producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

The proposed study is intended to serve as a reference guide for marketing services and specialists working in the carbon dioxide market.

Annotation

 

Introduction

 

I. Brief characteristics of the global carbon dioxide market

I.1. Current state of the world market

I.2. Decarbonization course. Development prospects

 

II. Carbon dioxide production technology and raw materials used in industry

II.1. Raw materials used

II.2. Main methods of carbon dioxide capture

 

III. Carbon dioxide production in Russia

III.1. Product quality

III.2. Volumes of CO2 emissions/capture by Russian enterprises in 2015-2022.

III.3. Production of commercial carbon dioxide in the Russian Federation in 2015-2023.

III.4. Current status of the largest producers of commercial carbon dioxide

III.4.1. Branch "PMU" of UCC "Uralchem" in Perm

III.4.2. PJSC Kuibyshevazot, LLC Khimteko, Togliatti, Samara region.

III.4.3. LLC UCC "Shchekinoazot", Tula region.

III.4.4. LLC "ToAZ-Dioxide", Togliatti, Samara region.

III.4.5. Enterprises of Acron Group of Companies

III.4.6. LLC "TD "Medgazservis", Cherepovets, Vologda region.

III.4.7. Enterprises of MCC "EuroChem"

III.4.8. Others

 

IV. Export-import of carbon dioxide in Russia in 2015-2023.

IV.1. Volumes and dynamics of export-import

IV.2. Structure of foreign trade operations

IV.2.1. Export

IV.2.2. Import

 

V. Review of carbon dioxide prices

V.1. Domestic carbon dioxide prices in 2015-2023.

V.2. Dynamics of export-import prices for carbon dioxide in the Russian Federation in 2015-2023.

 

VI. Carbon dioxide consumption in Russia

VI.1. Production-consumption balance in 2015-2023.

VI.2. Structure of carbon dioxide consumption

VI.3. The main enterprises consuming carbon dioxide in Russia

VI.3.1. In-plant carbon dioxide consumption by Russian enterprises in 2022

VI.3.2. Volume and structure of commercial carbon dioxide consumption

VI.4. Current state and development prospects of the main carbon dioxide consuming industries in Russia

VI.4.1. Chemical and petrochemical industry

Urea production

Production of other products

VI.4.2. Food industry

VI.4.3. Metallurgy and metalworking

VI.4.4. Other

 

VII. Forecast for the development of the Russian carbon dioxide market for the period up to 2035.

VII.1. Production and consumption

VII.2. Carbon dioxide capture and industrial decarbonization

 

Appendix: Contact information of the largest carbon dioxide producing enterprises in the Russian Federation

Table 1. Some physicochemical properties of carbon dioxide

Table 2. Markets for use and potential demand for CO2

Table 3. Specific carbon dioxide emissions from various types of fuel, kg CO2/kWh

Table 4. Effect of the presence of various components of flue gases on the process of absorption of carbon dioxide by MEA solution

Table 5. Physico-chemical indicators of carbon dioxide (gaseous and liquid) according to GOST 8050-85

Table 6. Physico-chemical indicators of carbon dioxide (gaseous and liquid) according to GOST 8050-85

Table 7. Ammonia production and CO2 production during its production by Russian enterprises in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Table 8. Carbon dioxide production by Russian enterprises in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Table 9. Some financial indicators of the activities of Khimteko LLC in 2015-2021, million rubles.

Table 10. Balance of carbon dioxide production and consumption of PJSC Togliattiazot

Table 11. Some financial indicators of the activities of ToAZ-Dioxide LLC and Tomet LLC in 2015-2022, million rubles.

Table 12. Income of ToAZ-Dioxide LLC from the sale of carbon dioxide (by type) in 2021-2022, thousand rubles.

Table 13. Cost of carbon dioxide production at ToAZ-Dioxide LLC in 2021-2022, thousand rubles.

Table 14. Some financial indicators of the activities of LLC TD Medgazservice in 2015-2021, million rubles.

Table 15. Main indicators of Russian foreign trade transactions with carbon dioxide in physical (t) and value (thousand $, $/t) terms in 2015-2021.

Table 16. Largest countries receiving Russian carbon dioxide in 2015-2023, t, %

Table 17. Russian exports of carbon dioxide by region and supplier enterprises in 2018-2021, tons

Table 18. Geographical structure of Russian carbon dioxide exports in 2018-2021, tons

Table 19. Largest Russian exporters of carbon dioxide in 2022-2023, thousand tons

Table 20. Largest countries supplying carbon dioxide to Russia in 2015-2023, t, %

Table 21. Russian imports of carbon dioxide by supplier enterprises in 2018-2023, tons

Table 22. The largest Russian companies receiving imported carbon dioxide in 2018-2023, tons

Table 23. Average monthly prices of Russian producers for carbon dioxide in 2015-2023, rub./t (excluding VAT)

Table 24. Average annual prices of Russian producers for carbon dioxide by federal districts in 2015-2023, rub./t (excluding VAT)

Table 25. Prices of Russian export-import of carbon dioxide by country in 2015-2023, $/t

Table 26. Prices of Russian exports and imports by supplier companies in 2018-2023, $/t

Table 27. Volumes of carbon dioxide consumption by industry in Russia in 2022, million tons

Table 28. In-plant consumption of carbon dioxide by Russian chemical industry enterprises in 2022, thousand tons, %

Table 29. Industrial production indices by industry sector of the Russian Federation in 2015-2022, % compared to the previous year

Table 30. Urea production in Russia in 2015-2022, thousand tons (in physical weight)

Table 31. Methanol production in Russia by enterprise in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Table 32. Production of beer, water and soft drinks in Russia in 2015-2022.

Table 33. Projects to increase urea production capacity in Russia

Table 34. Integrated assessment of the theoretical potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing their removal by IPCC sectors

Figure 1. Greenhouse gas emissions in the world in 1990, 2005, 2010, 2015-2022, billion tons of CO2

Figure 2. Structure of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions by country, %

Figure 3. Sectoral structure of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions, %

Figure 4. Chemical products obtained from CO2 processing

Figure 5. Installation for producing carbon dioxide using chemical absorption/desorption methods

Figure 6. Scheme for obtaining liquid carbon dioxide

Figure 7. Dynamics of greenhouse gas emissions in the Russian Federation in 2015-2022, million tons

Figure 8. Structure of greenhouse gas emissions by sectors of the Russian economy in 2020-2022, %

Figure 9. Structure of greenhouse gas emissions by various industrial sectors in the Russian Federation in 2020-2022, %

Figure 10. Industry structure of commercial carbon dioxide production in Russia in 2022, %

Figure 11. Regional structure of commercial carbon dioxide production in Russia in 2022, %

Figure 12. Dynamics of carbon dioxide production by OCC Shchekinoazot LLC in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Figure 13. Dynamics of carbon dioxide production by ToAz-Dioxide LLC in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Figure 14. Dynamics of carbon dioxide production by Acron Group enterprises in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Figure 15. Dynamics of carbon dioxide production of LLC TD Medgazservice in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Figure 16. Dynamics of carbon dioxide production by EuroChem enterprises in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Figure 17. Dynamics of export-import operations with carbon dioxide in the Russian Federation in 2015-2021, thousand tons

Figure 18. Dynamics of Russian carbon dioxide exports in 2015-2023, thousand tons, million $

Figure 19. Shares of the largest countries receiving Russian carbon dioxide in the total exports of the Russian Federation in 2022, %

Figure 20. Geographical structure of Russian carbon dioxide exports in 2015-2022, tons

Figure 21. Dynamics of Russian carbon dioxide imports in 2015-2023, thousand tons, million $

Figure 22. Shares of the largest countries supplying imported carbon dioxide to the Russian Federation in 2022, %

Figure 23. Geographical structure of Russian carbon dioxide imports in 2015-2022, tons

Figure 24. Dynamics of average annual producer prices for carbon dioxide in Russia in 2015-2023, rub./t (excluding VAT)

Figure 25. Dynamics of average Russian producer prices for carbon dioxide in 2015-2023, rub./t (excluding VAT)

Figure 26. Comparative dynamics of Russian average annual export-import and domestic prices for carbon dioxide in 2015-2023, $/t

Figure 27. Dynamics of carbon dioxide consumption for urea production in Russia in 2015-2022, million tons

Figure 28. Industry structure of carbon dioxide consumption in Russia in 2022-2023, %

Figure 29. Industry structure of commercial carbon dioxide consumption in Russia in 2020-2022, %

Figure 30. Dynamics of urea production in Russia in 2015-2022, million tons

Figure 31. Forecast of carbon dioxide production and consumption in Russia for the period up to 2035, million tons

 

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