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Global Syngas Market & Derivatives (Methanol, Ammonia, Hydrogen, Oxo Chemicals, N-Butanol, DME) Market 2013-2018

DUBLIN, December 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/38hsrz/syngas_market_and) has announced the addition of the "Global Syngas Market & Derivatives (Methanol, Ammonia, Hydrogen, Oxo Chemicals, N-Butanol, DME) Market 2013-2018" report to their offering.

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The global syngas production is anticipated to increase by 8.7% annually to reach 117,400 MW thermal by 2018. Syngas is primarily used for the production of chemical derivatives such as ammonia, methanol, hydrogen, and oxo chemicals. These derivatives are further used for the production of several other derivatives; for example, ammonia for urea and others, and methanol for formaldehyde and others. Similarly, hydrogen is used for refinery operations, production of ammonia, and several other applications. However, syngas is finding an increased usage for the generation of electricity and clean transportation fuels, such as gasoline, diesel, and SNG (synthetic natural gas). The main growth driver for this is the adoption of clean coal technology such as IGCC (integrated gasification combined cycle) which enables the production of electricity and fuels with minimum impact on the environment.

The other growth opportunities for the market include utilization of stranded gas reserves for GTL (gas to liquid) operations and tapping the underground inaccessible coal reserves for underground coal gasification (UCG) operations. The major restraint in the market is the high capital cost required for these operations. However, with advancement in technology, the effect of this restraint will decrease in future.


Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction
1.1 Key Take-Aways
1.2 Report Description
1.3 Markets Covered
1.4 Stakeholders
1.5 Research Methodology

2 Executive Summary

3 Premium Insights
3.1 Market Segmentation
3.2 Chemicals: The Largest Syngas Application
3.3 Biomass Gasification Technology Growing Rapidly
3.4 Coal To Be A Major Feedstock For Syngas Production
3.5 New Gasifiers Announced Are Either Coal Or Petcoke Based
3.6 North America: The Highest Growing Region
3.7 China To Lead Syngas Production By 2018
3.8 Most Companies Relied On Expansion For Growth
3.9 KBR: The Dominant Player In Syngas & Derivatives Market

4 Market Overview
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Value Chain
4.3 Burning Issue
4.4 Market Dynamics
4.5 Winning Imperatives
4.6 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
4.7 Market Share Analysis

5 Syngas & Derivatives, By End Use
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market Analysis

6 Syngas & Derivatives Market, By Feedstock
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Market Analysis

7 Syngas & Derivatives Market, By Production Technology
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Market Analysis

8 Syngas & Derivatives Market, By Gasifier Types
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Market Analysis

9 Syngas & Derivatives Market, By Geography
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Market Analysis

10 Competitive Landscape
10.1 Company Analysis
10.2 Strategic Developments

11 Company Profiles


Companies Mentioned:

  • Agrium Inc
  • Air Products And Chemicals, Inc
  • Basf SE
  • Biomethanol Chemie Nederland BV
  • CB&I
  • CF Industries Holdings Inc
  • Foster Wheeler AG
  • General Electric Company
  • Haldor Topsoe AS
  • KBR INC
  • KT Kinetics Technology
  • L'air liquide sa
  • Linc Energy Limited
  • Methanex Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group (MHI Group)
  • Oxea Gmbh
  • Royal Dutch Shell Plc
  • Sasol Limited
  • Siemens AG
  • Syngas Technology Llc
  • Technip Sa
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • The Linde Group
  • Yara International ASA

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