CIS Chemical Industry News

  • ID: 2063680
  • October 2015
  • Region: CIS
  • 20 Pages +
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The CIS Industry Monthly News provides market analysis of the chemical and petrochemical sectors.

Provides monthly report on trends and developments in the chemical industries, focusing on olefins, aromatics and derivatives

The information is collated from a combination of empirical and anecdotal sources for a report that has been running since the start of 1991.

This one year subscription has 12 issues which are published each month throughout the year and is backed up by online databases.

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- Chemical Industry Trends in Eurasia
- Russian petrochemical feedstocks
- Associated gas utilisation
- Russian ethylene capacity
- Nizhnekamskneftekhim board sanctions design work on new EP-1000 cracker
- Novy Urengoy Gas Chemical Complex-2013 start expected
- Russian ethylene deliveries by pipeline
- Sayanskkhimplast-Rosneft ethylene dispute
- Tomskneftekhim-feedstock processing
- Stavrolen, Budyennovsk outage
- Russian propylene market 2011
- Russian styrene exports 2011
- SIBUR offloads tyre and fertiliser assets
- Bashneft-Petrochemical Holding
- Major Russian petrochemical producers record strong performance in 2011

- Russian PVC market 2011
- Russian polypropylene imports
- Nizhnekamskneftekhim-polypropylene grades
- Russian polypropylene projects
- Omsk polypropylene plant in operation
- Russian LLDPE imports
- Russian polystyrene exports 2011
- SIBUR-Khimprom-2nd EPS line

- Benzene project at Togliatti cancelled
- SANORS increases revenues in 2011
- Russian orthoxylene market 2011
- Russian PTA imports
- Ethan PET project to start in May

- Russian synthetic rubber 2011
- Efremov Synthetic Rubber Plant
- Nizhnekamsk-butadiene fraction processing
- Togliattikaucuk-rubber projects
- Omsk Kaucuk 2011
- Zero trafiifs for butane butylene fractions
- Russian tyre news
- Russian tyre raw materials

- Togliattiazot-ammonia problems
- Metafrax 2011
- Shchekinoazot-methanol plant at full capacity
- Metafrax-methenamine
- Russian methanol exports 2011
- Azot to start melamine plant in 2012
- Russian MTBE Exports 2011

- Russian PP films
- Russian PE films
- Russian PVC films
- Organic chemicals trade
- Russian chemical trade 2011

- Chemical Industry Trends in Eurasia
- Galopolymer-memrane conversion

- Nitric acid modernisation
- Azot Berezniki
- Fosagro-Metakhim
- Khimprom-chlorine modernisation at Novocherkassk
- Khimprom-chlorine modernisation at Volgograd

- Ukarinian chemical industry2011
- Ukrainian PVC market 2011
- Ukrainian aromatics
- Ukrainian polymer production 2011
- Azot-methanol sales & anti-dumping

- Kungrad Soda Plant-capacity expansion
- Azerbaijan chemical production 2011
- Kazakh polypropylene exports
- UzKorGaschemical project receives finance approval

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Samples From January 2012 Issue:

Russian ethylene capacity
Large-scale announcements for crackers and derivatives in Russia in recent months paint a significant expansion in ethylene capacity for Russia by 2020. The graphic on page 7 assumes that the large-scale petrochemical projects at Tobolsk, Nakhodka, Budyennovsk and Astrakhan are all undertaken, in addition to planned expansions of Novy Urengoy, Nizhnekamsk and Salavat. Production has increased slowly in recent years with little new capacity coming onstream despite major project plans being announced around 2004-2005. However, it could be claimed that the current wave of
Some of these proposed projects have either been started and are close to completion, as in the case of Novy Urengoy, or very close to starting construction as in the case of Budyennovsk and Nakhodka. The largest project of all, the ethylene cracker at Tobolsk (Zapsibneftekhim), does depend on investments in gas fractionating and feedstock pipeline investments. As Tobolsk has been identified as a major target site for petrochemicals since the 1980s, it tends to suggest that it is a question of time before a large scale complex and cracker is constructed.

Russian ethylene deliveries by pipeline
Russian ethylene production totalled 2.468 million tons in 2011 against 2.382 million tons in 2010. All producers increased production marginally over 2010, with Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat showing the largest increase of 30,000 tons. Shipments of ethylene by pipeline in Russia in 2011 amounted to 418,100 tons. Kaustik at Sterlitamak purchased 84,200 tons from Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat, and Kazanorgsintez bought 32,000 tons from the same source. Kazanorgsintez also purchased 175,500 tons of monomer from Nizhnekamskneftekhim in 2011, whilst Sayanskkhimplast bought 126,400 tons from Angarsk Polymer Plant.

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