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IntelliNews Russian Chemical and Petrochemical Sector Report

  • Published: February 2007
  • Region: Russia
  • 26 pages
  • Emerging Markets Direct

Russian Chemical and Petrochemical Sector Report offers an extensive summary of the Russian chemical and petrochemical sectors. Includes a complete coverage of the latest developments as well as the latest corporate news accompanied by statistical data. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local analysts, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions. The report covers the period JUNE 1, 2006 – JANUARY 1, 2007.

Overview
Chemicals and Fertilizers
Fibers and Threads
Organic Synthesis, Synthetic
Resins and Plastics
Synthetic Dyes and
Paintwork Materials
Rubber Products and Tires
Petrochemicals
Pharmaceuticals
Cosmetics and Household
Chemicals

Chemical sector is one of the most important sectors for the Russian economy and it has considerable potential for future growth. The government supports the industry under its program for the development of the chemical sector until 2015. The most significant step taken by the government in this area in 2006 was the decision to provide RUR 16.5bn (USD 622mn) grant for the petrochemical complex in Nizhnekamsk.

HIGHLIGHTS

- EuroChem plans to take 30% of market for mineral fertilizers by 2010-2012
- SIBUR Holding boosts investment
- Uralkali cuts production of fertilizers due to accident on Mine Division-1
- Unique fibers created by Group Formash
- Dow Izolan to produce polyurethane near Vladimir city
- Nizhnekamskneftekhim launches polypropylene production
- Finnish paint producer Tikkurila acquires Gamma and Okhtinski Zavod
- Amtel-Vredestein, Bridgestone, Pirelli and Michelin expand tire retail chains
- Nizhnekamskneftekhim to increase synthetic rubber output to 600,000 tons by 2008
- Oil refining complex worth RUR 130.3bn to be built in Nizhnekamsk
- Rosneft negotiates USD 24.5 loan to buy assets of Yukos
- Large pharmaceutical companies report strong financials, create innovative medicines
- Avon, Oriflame cosmetics producers to build facilities in Moscow region

EuroChem, AKRON, Phosagro, Uralkali, Silvinit, Apatit, Cherepovetsly Azot, Metropol, Formash Group, BZVM, Tekhsnabexport, Iskitimskiy artificial fiber plant, SIBUR-Russian Tires, SIBUR, Ahlstrom Oyj, Dow Izolan, Roechling Engineering Plastics, Nizhnekamskneftekhim, Nizhnekamskshina, Zavod Slantsi, Nelidovskii Zavod, Stiropleks, Galogen, Stairovit, Penopleks, Polex Upakovka, Ruplast, Empils, Russian Paints, Pigment, Neva Paints, Acrylat, Korund, Tikkurila, Ohtinski Zavod, Gamma, Krasnoyarskiy Plant, Amtel-Vredestein, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Michelin, Nokian Tyres, Amtel-Povolzhe, Moscow Tyre Plant-M, LUKOIL, Rosneft, Surgutneftegaz, Tatneft, TNK BP, Yukos, Gazprom neft, Vanyoganneft, Nizhnekamsk Refinery, Tuapse Oil Refinery, CNPC, Sanofi-Aventis, Berlin-Chemie, Pharmstandart, Otechestvennie Lekarstva, Veropharm, Bryntsalov-A, Pharmacy Chain 36.6, Rigla, Ile de Beaute, Kalina, Avon, Oriflame, Lemoine, Nefis Cosmetics

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