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Europe Ethylbenzene Market

  • Report Code: ET 1002
  • Publish Date: 07 Jan 2015
  • Next Update Date: 07 Apr 2015
  
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Ethylbenzene market is experiencing huge growth and is expected to flourish even in the coming years, as it is majorly driven by growth in many regions and increasing demand of various chemicals manufactured by employing benzene as a feedstock. The report provides a comprehensive review of the key market drivers, challenges, and issues.

 

The European ethylbenzene market was valued at 7,523.93 million in 2012, and is projected to reach $9,929.29 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 3.9%, for the given period. The market is mainly driven by domestic sales, but these days, the country’s growth is dependent on both the domestic and the export market. Europe is also a leading exporter cum importer, accounting for 41.0% of the global trade.

 

The European chemical industry is a significant part of the country’s economy. The chemical industry in Europe is a world leader in chemical production. The European chemical industry is mainly based on four categories of chemicals - Base chemicals, Specialty chemicals, Pharmaceuticals and Consumer chemicals. In recent times, the role of the world leader in chemicals has come under pressure which is mainly due to the emergence of huge markets in Asia and also the establishment of various petrochemical and chemical plants in Middle East countries.

 

Despite the economic downturns in the country, the European chemical industry is still in a strong position, as it recorded sales of $770.7 billion in 2010, which is one-fourth of the global sales in terms on value. More than half of the chemical sales in Europe comprise petrochemicals and polymers that experiences continuous rise among all the chemicals. Germany is the largest chemical producer in Europe, followed by France, Italy, and The Netherlands. These four countries together account for 64.0% of the Europe chemical sales. In the past, most of Europe’s chemical industry growth was driven by domestic sales, but these days, the country’s growth is shared dependent on both the domestic and the export market. Europe is also a leading exporter cum importer, accounting for 41.0% of the global trade.

 

The Netherlands and Germany were the biggest consumers of ethylbenzene in Europe, cumulatively consuming almost 43.6% of the regional demand, and 8.6% of the global demand in 2012.

 

In 2012, around 6,098.38 KT of ethylbenzene was consumed in Europe, with an anticipated demand growth of about 2.4%, from 2013 to 2018.  Netherlands was the leading consumer of ethylbenzene in the region, consuming about 28.7% of the total regional demand in 2012, with an expected demand growth of about 1.8% during the forecast period. 

 

The key countries covered are Germany, France, Netherlands, Italy, Russia, Belgium , Spain, UK, Poland, Czech Republic and others The various applications studied include styrene and others. Further, as a part of qualitative analysis, the research report provides a comprehensive review of the important drivers, restraints, opportunities, and issues in the benzene market.

 

The report also provides an extensive competitive landscape of the companies operating in this market. It also includes the company profiles and competitive strategies adopted by various market players, including BASF SE, BP PLC (U.S), TOTAL S.A., Exxonmobil Corp, The Dow Chemical Company, Cpcc, Cnpc, Jx Nippon Oil And Energy Group, Royal Dutch Shell Plc And Sabic.

 

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Market share analysis

  • Consumption pattern (in-depth trend analysis), by application (country-wise)
  • Competitive landscape with a detailed comparison of portfolio of each company mapped at the regional- and country-level
  • Market size in terms of volume (application-wise and country-wise)
  • Production Data at country level with much comprehended approach of understanding
  • Comprehensive coverage of plant capacity estimates that will analyze the future prospects of the market
  1. Plant Capacities for major countries(by companies)
  2. Analysis of Load factor to understand actual production at country level

 

Value chain analysis

  • Raw materials used in making ethylbenzene
  • The technologies used in the making
  • Applications in various segments
  • Analysis of Forward chain integration as well as backward chain integration to understand the approach of business prevailing in the market

 

Impact analysis

  • The list of drivers for the market
  • The various restraints that can hinder the market growth
  • The various new opportunities for the emerging players
  • The threats prevailing in the market

 

Trade analysis

  • Trade data, by country
  • Import-export data, by each country with other key countries of the world

 

Scale analysis

  • Comparison with respect to the global ethylbenzene market
  • New technology trends
  • New product developments


1 Introduction
1.1 Objective of the study
1.2 Market Definitions
1.3 Market Segmentation & Aspects Covered
1.4 Research Methodology
1.4.1 Assumptions (Market Size, Forecast, etc)

 

2 Executive Summary

 

3 Market Overview

 

4 Ethylbenzene-Europe, By Applications
4.1 Split By Geography
4.1 Ethylbenzene-United Kingdom by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-France by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Germany by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Italy by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Spain by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Netherlands by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Russia by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Belgium by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Czech Republic by Applications
4.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Poland by Applications
4.2 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe
4.2.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe, By Geographies
4.2.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-United Kingdom
4.2.1.2 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-France
4.2.1.3 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Germany
4.2.1.4 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Italy
4.2.1.5 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Spain
4.2.1.6 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Netherlands
4.2.1.7 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Russia
4.2.1.8 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Belgium
4.2.1.9 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Czech Republic
4.2.1.10 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Poland

 

5 Ethylbenzene-Europe, By Geographies
5.1 Ethylbenzene-United Kingdom
5.1.1 Ethylbenzene-United Kingdom, By Applications
5.1.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-United Kingdom
5.2 Ethylbenzene-France
5.2.1 Ethylbenzene-France, By Applications
5.2.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-France
5.3 Ethylbenzene-Germany
5.3.1 Ethylbenzene-Germany, By Applications
5.3.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Germany
5.4 Ethylbenzene-Italy
5.4.1 Ethylbenzene-Italy, By Applications
5.4.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Italy
5.5 Ethylbenzene-Spain
5.5.1 Ethylbenzene-Spain, By Applications
5.5.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Spain
5.6 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Netherlands
5.6.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Netherlands, By Applications
5.6.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Netherlands
5.7 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Russia
5.7.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Russia, By Applications
5.7.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Russia
5.8 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Belgium
5.8.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Belgium, By Applications
5.8.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Belgium
5.9 Ethylbenzene-Czech Republic
5.9.1 Ethylbenzene-Czech Republic, By Applications
5.9.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Czech Republic
5.10 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Poland
5.10.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Poland, By Applications
5.10.1.1 Ethylbenzene-Styrene-Europe - Poland

 

6 Ethylbenzene-Europe, By Companies
6.1 Competitive landscape
6.2 Split By Geography
6.2 Ethylbenzene-United Kingdom by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-France by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Germany by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Italy by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Spain by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Netherlands by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Russia by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Belgium by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Czech Republic by Companies
6.1 Ethylbenzene-Europe - Poland by Companies
6.3 Ethylbenzene-Europe-LyondellBasell Industries
6.4 Ethylbenzene-Europe-Shell Nederland Chemie BV
6.5 Ethylbenzene-Europe-BASF SE
6.6 Ethylbenzene-Europe-NizhnekamskNeftekhim Inc