The 2018 Global Ethanolamines Market: Analysis & Forecast Through 2017-2023 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 5, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 5, 2018--The “The Global Ethanolamines Market” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report presents a strategic analysis of the global ethanolamines market and a forecast for its development in the medium term. It provides a comprehensive overview of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, growth and demand drivers, etc.

According to a recently conducted research about the global ethanolamines market, as an overall, it is projected to reach approximately 2,459 thousand tons by the end of 2023, increasing at a CAGR of around 3% per year in the period 2017-2023.

The report focuses on both product and regional breakdown, offering a larger perspective on the market dynamics. Although ethanolamines are predominantly used as chemical absorbents for gas treatment, the analysis considers the application of ethanolamines across various industries.

In particular, the second largest share of ethanolamines consumption is as absorbents for gas treatment, which accounted for around 27% of the total in volume terms. Meanwhile, the chemical’s application for gas separation has been growing with the highest rate of about 3.89% per year.

Regionally, the largest global ethanolamines market was North America, which accounted for about 30% of the total in volume terms. In comparison, Africa was the smallest global ethanolamines market during the analyzed period and is expected to remain such in the medium term.

Diethanolamine is one of the key raw materials in the production of glyphosate, which contributes to the high quality of the herbicide by enhancing its effect in agrochemical applications. Furthermore, as glyphosate is the largest consumed variety of herbicides, its growing demand in recent years has considerably fueled the global ethanolamines market.

Geographically, owing to the strong need for cement, gas treatment, pharmaceuticals, agricultural and personal care products, consumption for ethanolamines in recent years was highest in the North American region. Europe has retracted the use of glyphosate, resulting in dramatically less consumption of glyphosate and diethanolamine.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction

2. Executive Summary

3. Characteristics of Ethanolamines

4. State of the Global Demographics and Economy

5. Overview and Analysis of the Global Ethanolamines Market

6. Overview and Analysis of the Global Production of Ethanolamines

7. Characteristics and Analysis of the Global Prices of Ethanolamines

8. Overview and Analysis of the Global Imports of Ethanolamines

9. Overview and Analysis of the Global Exports of Ethanolamines

10. Balance Between Supply and Demand on the Global Ethanolamines Market

Companies Featured

Akzo Nobel Amines And Plasticizers Anhui Huaihua Chemical Asian Petroprod & Exports Basf Beifang Chemical Dow Chemical Equistar Chemicals Gspcl/K. Tharkoral and Co Hubei Xianlin Cc Huntsman International Indust. Derivadas Etileno Ineos Oxide Jiangsu Sailboat Petrochemical Jiangsu Yinyan Kazanorgsyntez Kpx Green Chemical Liaoning North Chemical Lotte Sanjiang Mitsui Chemicals Nippon Shokubai Oriental Union Chemical Oxiteno Petrochina Jilin Pc Sadara Chemical Company Sasol Saudi Kayan Shanghai Fujia Fine Chemical Shazand Petrochemical Sinopec Maoming Pc Sinopec Shanghai Gaoqiao Co Sintez Oka Thai Ethanolamines Yixing Zhoutie Dyestuff and more...

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