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North America Alpha Olefins Market

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The North America Alpha Olefins Market report estimates the size of the Alpha Olefins market, both in terms of volume and value. The North American Alpha Olefins Market report provides a comprehensive review of the key market drivers, challenges, and issues. The North American Alpha Olefins market was valued at $3,104.88 million in 2012, and is projected to reach $4,206.38 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 5.1%, for the given period. Alpha Olefins are extensively used in polyethylene co-monomers, detergent alcohols, and synthetic lubricants. The rising demand from these applications is expected to be the main demand driver for the North American alpha olefins market.

 

The report, ‘North America Alpha Olefins Market by Applications (LLDPE, HDPE, HDPE, detergent alcohols, synthetic lubricants, plasticizers, oil field Chemical & fine Chemicals and miscellaneous (Polybutene-1, AOS/Additives and others)’ defines and segments the North America Alpha Olefins market countries with analyses and projections of the size with respect to volume and value. Among other regions, the demand for alpha olefins in North America was the highest, that accounted for 1,724.82 thousand MT in 2013, and is expected to reach 2,103.24 thousand MT by 2018, at a CAGR of 4.0%.

 

North America is expected to be a good market for polyethylene. Key countries in the North America alpha olefins market are the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Canada and Mexico have shown promising growth rates for polyethylene consumption, which is expected to continue over a few years. North America is the biggest consumer of alpha olefins, globally. The U.S. dominated the North America alpha olefins market with a share of nearly 85% of the total market, followed by Canada and Mexico with 8% and 7% of the market value respectively. The region is characterized by continuous technical innovations in various segments of the alpha olefins industry, with the presence of few top regional players such as Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (U.S.), ExxonMobil Corp. (U.S.), Ineos Oligomers (U.S.), and The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.).

 

The U.S. accounted for 85% of the alpha olefins market in terms of volume in 2013. The North American alpha olefins market is a dominant region in terms of production and consumption of alpha olefins.

 

The U.S. is the largest country in North America and is also one of the significant consumers of alpha olefins, which accounted for 85% of the North American market in 2013. Globally, it is one of the leading producers and consumers of alpha olefins. The U.S. polyethylene industry is driven by demand from industries such as automotive, packaging, electrical & electronics, etc. Canada is the second biggest consumer of alpha olefins in North America.

 

The North America alpha olefins report covers the Alpha olefins market in North America and its key countries. The various applications such as LLDPE, HDPE, HDPE, detergent alcohols, synthetic lubricants, plasticizers, oil field Chemical & fine Chemicals and miscellaneous (Polybutene-1, AOS/Additives and others) are also studied in the report.

 

The key countries covered in North America alpha Olefins are Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. Further, as part of qualitative analysis, the research report provides a comprehensive review of the important drivers, restraints, opportunities, and issues in the Alpha Olefins market.

 

The North America alpha olefins 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- Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (U.S.), ExxonMobil Corp. (U.S.), Ineos Oligomers (U.S.), and The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.).

 

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Market sizing and forecast

  • 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
  • Comprehensive coverage of plant capacity estimates that will analyze the future prospects of the market
  • Demand of alpha Olefinss by chain length (from C4 to C20+) in thousand MT at regional as well as country level
  • Market analysis by manufacturing process/production technology
  • Market potential and penetration

 

Deep Dive Value chain analysis

  • Raw material analysis – price, availability, suppliers etc.
  • Production technologies, supplier, new technology trends
  • Forward and backward integration opportunities

 

Impact analysis

  • Detail analysis of market drivers and their impact in the market
  • Detail analysis of market restraints and their impact in the market
  • The various new opportunities for the emerging players
  • Company developments (new plant, capacity expansion, merger & acquisition, new product launch.) and their impact in the market


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 Alpha Olefins-North America, By Segments
4.1 Split By Geography
4.1 Alpha Olefins-USA by Markets
4.1 Alpha Olefins-Canada by Markets
4.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-other North America by Markets
4.1 Alpha Olefins-Mexico by Markets
4.2 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America
4.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America, By Companies
4.2.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Exxon Mobil Corp
4.2.1.2 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Chevron Chemicals
4.2.1.3 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Dow Chemical
4.2.1.4 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Evonik Industries
4.2.1.5 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-SABIC
4.2.2 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America, By Applications
4.2.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-North America
4.2.2.2 Linear alpha-Olefins-High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)-North America
4.2.2.3 Linear alpha-Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-North America
4.2.3 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America, By Geographies
4.2.3.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-USA
4.2.3.2 Linear alpha-Olefins-Canada
4.2.3.3 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-other North America
4.2.3.4 Linear alpha-Olefins-Mexico
4.2.4 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America, By Segments
4.2.4.1 1-butene-North America
4.2.4.2 1-hexene-North America
4.2.4.3 1-octene-North America
4.2.4.4 1-decene-North America
4.2.4.5 1-dodecene-North America
4.2.4.6 1-tetradecene-North America
4.2.4.7 1-hexadecene-North America

 

5 Alpha Olefins-North America, By Applications
5.1 Split By Geography
5.2 Alpha Olefins-USA by Applications
5.1 Alpha Olefins-Canada by Applications
5.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-other North America by Applications
5.1 Alpha Olefins-Mexico by Applications
5.2 Alpha Olefins-North America-Polyethylene (PE)
5.2.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-Polyethylene (PE), By Geographies
5.2.1.1 Alpha Olefins-USA-Polyethylene (PE)
5.2.1.2 Alpha Olefins-Canada-Polyethylene (PE)
5.2.2 Alpha Olefins-North America-Polyethylene (PE), By Applications
5.2.2.1 Alpha Olefins-Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)-North America
5.2.2.2 Alpha Olefins-High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)-North America
5.2.3 Alpha Olefins-North America-Polyethylene (PE), By Segments
5.2.3.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Polyethylene (PE)
5.3 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-North America
5.3.1 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-North America, By Geographies
5.3.1.1 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-USA
5.3.1.2 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-Canada
5.3.2 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-North America, By Segments
5.3.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-North America
5.4 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-North America
5.4.1 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-North America, By Geographies
5.4.1.1 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-USA
5.4.1.2 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-Canada
5.4.2 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-North America, By Segments
5.4.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-North America

 

6 Alpha Olefins-North America, By Geographies
6.1 Alpha Olefins-USA
6.1.1 Alpha Olefins-USA, By Applications
6.1.1.1 Alpha Olefins-USA-Polyethylene (PE)
6.1.1.2 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-USA
6.1.1.3 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-USA
6.1.2 Alpha Olefins-USA, By Segments
6.1.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-USA
6.2 Alpha Olefins-Canada
6.2.1 Alpha Olefins-Canada, By Applications
6.2.1.1 Alpha Olefins-Detergent Alcohols-Canada
6.2.1.2 Alpha Olefins-Oilfield Chemicals-Canada
6.2.1.3 Alpha Olefins-Canada-Polyethylene (PE)
6.2.2 Alpha Olefins-Canada, By Segments
6.2.2.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-Canada
6.3 Alpha Olefins-North America-other North America
6.3.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-other North America, By Segments
6.3.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-other North America
6.4 Alpha Olefins-Mexico
6.4.1 Alpha Olefins-Mexico, By Segments
6.4.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-Mexico

 

7 Alpha Olefins-North America, By Companies
7.1 Competitive landscape
7.2 Split By Geography
7.3 Alpha Olefins-USA by Companies
7.1 Alpha Olefins-Canada by Companies
7.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-other North America by Companies
7.1 Alpha Olefins-Mexico by Companies
7.3 Alpha Olefins-North America-Exxon Mobil Corp
7.3.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-Exxon Mobil Corp, By Segments
7.3.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Exxon Mobil Corp
7.4 Alpha Olefins-North America-Dow Chemical
7.4.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-Dow Chemical, By Segments
7.4.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Dow Chemical
7.5 Alpha Olefins-North America-Evonik Industries
7.5.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-Evonik Industries, By Segments
7.5.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-Evonik Industries
7.6 Alpha Olefins-North America-SABIC
7.6.1 Alpha Olefins-North America-SABIC, By Segments
7.6.1.1 Linear alpha-Olefins-North America-SABIC

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