China Coal Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape
- Published: November 2011
The situation of China's energy resources shows that China is rich in coal but lacking in oil and natural gas (NG). The proven reserves of oil and NG in China by the end of 2007 had been 15.5 billion barrels and 1,880 billion square meters, accounting for 1.3% and 1.1% worldwide, while the proven reserves of coal in China was 114.5 billion tons, or 13.5%. Lacking in oil and NG but rich in coal, plus the increasingly serious energy crisis in the world, has forced China to focus on the coal chemical industry.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) pointed out in its Exposure Draft of Mid- & Long-Term Development Plans of Coal Chemical Industry issued in 2006 that the government was going to invest RMB1, 000bn in China's coal chemical industry in the next 13 years to relieve the growing tensions of demand for energy sources in the country. As for products, there would be major development in coal-based methanol, dimethyl ether, alkene and oil in the next 15 years, while there wouldn't be much increase in traditional products, such as coke and chemical fertilizers, and the production capacity of calcium carbide would also be reduced.
Geographically, China started in 2007 to forge seven major regions for the coal chemical industry, which include the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River; Eastern Inner Mongolia; Eastern Heilongjiang Province; combination of Jiangsu, Shandong, Henan, and Anhui Provinces; Middle China; the combination of Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces; and Xinjiang Province; out of these the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River, Xinjiang Province, and Eastern Inner Mongolia would be the bases for massive production of methanol, dimethyl ether, and coal-based oil.
To promote the transportation of coal-based products to market, starting in 2007, China planned to spend heavily on the construction of four major pipelines: (i) RMB5bn on a 1,800-km pipeline from Hulun Buir (Inner Mongolia) to Huolinhe (Inner Mongolia) to Fuxin (Liaoning Province) and to Jinxi (Liaoning Province) with the transporting capacity of 10 million tons of methanol every year; (ii) RMB8bn on a 2,000-km long pipeline from Ningdong (Ningxia Province) to Yulin (Shaanxi Province) to Ordos (Inner Mongolia) and to Jingjintan Harbor (Hebei Province) to transfer the fuel produced in the middle and lower reaches of Yellow River; (iii) RMB1.2bn on a 400-km pipeline from Yining (Xinjiang Province) to Duzishan (Xinjiang Province) for the transportation of oil products, where the pipeline would be connected with the existing Duzishan-Lanzhou (Gansu Province)-Chengdu (Sichan Province) pipeline, and would annually transport 10 million tons of coal-based oil products to Southwest China; (iv) a 200-km long pipeline from Duolun (Inner Mongolia) to Beijing for NG transportation.
According to NDRC, the development of China's coal chemical industry would create great opportunities for many companies and investors intent on engaging in production of coal or coal-based products, production of chemical equipment and engineering, supplying gases and catalysts, and the supply of related technology. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Chapter One: Overview of Coal Chemical Industry
1.1 Overview of Coal-to-Chemical (C2C) Industry
1.2 Industrial Chain
1.3 Current Situation of China's Coal-to-Chemical Industry
Chapter Two: Overview of China's Coal Chemical Industry
2.1 Development Environment
2.1.1 Macro Environment
184.108.40.206 Coal Resources
220.127.116.11 Water Resources
2.1.3 Governmental Policies
2.1.5 Technological Factors
2.1.6 Other Factors
2.2 Overview of Other Industries Closely Related to Coal Chemical Industry in China
2.2.1 Coal Industry
2.2.2 Coal-to-chemical equipment industry
Chapter Three: Coal Chemical Industry in China's Major Regions
3.1 Shanxi Province
3.2 Henan Province
3.3 Xinjiang Province
3.4 Anhui Province
3.6 Inner Mongolia
Chapter Four: Development of Traditional Coal Chemical Industries in China
4.1 Status Quo
4.3 Carbide Acetylene
4.4 Synthetic Ammonia
Chapter Five: Development of Innovative Coal Chemical Industries in China
5.2 Coal-Based Oil
5.2.2 Status Quo
5.3 Coal-Based Fuels
5.3.3 Dimethyl Ether
5.4 Coal-Based Alkene
5.5 Outlook of Innovative Coal Chemical Industries in China
Chapter Six: Major Coal Chemical Companies in China
6.1 Public Companies
6.1.1 Shanxi Sanwei Group
18.104.22.168 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.2 China Coal Energy Company Limited
22.214.171.124 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.3 Liuzhou Chemical Industry CO., Ltd.
126.96.36.199 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.4 Shanxi Lanhua Sci-Tech Venture Company Limited
188.8.131.52 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.5 Kailuan Clean Coal Co., Ltd.
184.108.40.206 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.6 Yunnan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd.
220.127.116.11 Coal Chemic. The al Projects
6.1.7 Shandong Hualu-Hengsheng Chemical Co., Ltd.
18.104.22.168 Coal Chemical Projects
6.1.8 Shanxi Coking Limited Company
22.214.171.124 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2 Non-Public Companies
6.2.1 Shenhua Group
126.96.36.199 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.2 Yanzhou Coal Mining Company Limited (Shandong)
188.8.131.52 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.3 Datong Coal Mine Group Co., Ltd.
184.108.40.206 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.4 Tianji Coal Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd.
220.127.116.11 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.5 Pingdingshan Coal Co., Ltd.
18.104.22.168 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.6 Risun Group
22.214.171.124 Coal Chemical Projects `
6.2.7 Coal Chemical Industry Company, Panzhihua Iron and Steel Group
126.96.36.199 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.8 Anhui Huainan Chemical Group
188.8.131.52 Coal Chemical Projects
6.2.9 Yunnan Coal Chemical Industry Group
184.108.40.206 Coal Chemical Projects
Chapter Seven: Outlook and Development Trend of China's Coal Chemical Industry
7.1 Developing Trend in China's Coal-To-Chemical Industry
7.2 Outlook for Investing Coal-to-Chemical Industry
7.3 Strategies of Investing in China's Coal-to-Chemical Industry
- Shanxi Sanwei Group
- China Coal Energy Company Limited
- Liuzhou Chemical Industry CO., Ltd.
- Shanxi Lanhua Sci-Tech Venture Company Limited
- Kailuan Clean Coal Co., Ltd.
- Yunnan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd.
- Shandong Hualu-Hengsheng Chemical Co., Ltd.
- Shanxi Coking Limited Company
- Shenhua Group
- Yanzhou Coal Mining Company Limited (Shandong)
- Datong Coal Mine Group Co., Ltd.
- Tianji Coal Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd.
- Pingdingshan Coal Co., Ltd.
- Risun Group
- Coal Chemical Industry Company,
- Panzhihua Iron and Steel Group
- Anhui Huainan Chemical Group
- Yunnan Coal Chemical Industry Group
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