Ammonia Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS (Russian Version)

  • ID: 2011618
  • Report
  • Region: CIS, Russia, Ukraine
  • 213 Pages
  • INFOMINE Research Group
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This report focuses on research of current conditions of the ammonia market in the CIS and forecast of its development. The report consists of 7 Sections, contains 213 pages - including 67 tables, 56 figures and 2 appendices.

Methodologically, the work was done in 2 stages: the "desk" research and the "field" activity. In the first phase multiple sources of information were analyzed, particularly data of state bodies - the Federal State Statistics Service (FSSS RF), State Statistics Committee of CIS countries, Federal Customs Service (FCS), the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, the State Customs Service of Ukraine (SCSU), the state statistics of railway transportation of the Russian Federation. Also, data of companies, the database of InfoMine, media materials and the Internet have been used.

In the second stage the collected data was verified and refined through telephone interviews with specialists of the enterprises considered in this report.

The first chapter of the report gives a brief outline of the global market of ammonia and the forecast of its development.

The second chapter provides information on technologies used in the industrial production of ammonia, its main raw material (natural gas) and routes of its supplies in the CIS.

The third chapter of this review is devoted to the production of ammonia in the CIS. In particular, in this chapter, a description of the current state of the main ammonia producers in the CIS countries is given.

The fourth and fifth chapters contain information about export-import operations with ammonia in the Russian Federation and Ukraine, and prices for this product.

The sixth part describes the market of ammonia consumption in the Russian Federation and Ukraine. It analyzes in detail the structure of consumption of the chemical and the balance of "production-consumption." A review of the main branches of industry that consume ammonia is given, as well as a description of the largest enterprise-consumers of the product.

The seventh chapter of the report presents the forecast of development of the Russian market of ammonia for a period up to 2015.

The appendices present addresses and contact information of enterprises, producing ammonia in Russia and CIS countries, as well as addresses and contact information of the main Russian consumers of the product.

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Summary

Introduction

I. World Ammonia Market

I.1. Ammonia manufacturing capacity

I.2. Raw materials for ammonia production

I.3. Cost and volumes of world ammonia production

I.4. Ammonia world consumption and trade

I.5. Price situation in the ammonia world market

II. Production technology of ammonia and raw materials used in the industry

II.1. Technology of production of ammonia

II.2. Ammonia manufacturing capacity in the CIS

II.3. Main suppliers of raw materials

II.4. Directions and delivery volumes of raw materials to ammonia manufacturers

II.5. The cost of ammonia production in Russia

III. Ammonia production in the CIS

III.1. Quality of products

III.2. Volume of ammonia production in the CIS in 1999-2010

III.2.1. Ammonia production in Russia

III.2.1.1. The volume production
III.2.1.2. Current state of the major manufacturers

JSC "Tol’yattiazot" (Tol’yatti, Samara oblast, Russia)

JSC NAK "Azot" (Novomoskovsk, Tula oblast, Russia)

JSC "Nevinnomyssky Azot" (Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol krai, Russia)

JSC "Akron" (Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod oblast)

JSC "Dorogobuzh" (Smolensk oblast, Russia)

JSC "Factory of mineral fertilizers KChKhK" (Kirov-Chepetsk, Kirov region).

JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh, Voronezh oblast, Russia)

JSC "Cherepovetsky Azot" (Cherepovets, Vologda oblast, Russia)

KJSC "Azot" (Kemerovo, Russia)

III.2.1.3. Characteristics of the main Russian producers of ammonia

III.2.2. Ammonia production in Ukraine

III.2.3. Ammonia production in Uzbekistan

III.2.4. Ammonia production in Byelorussia

III.2.5. Ammonia production in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tadjikistan

III.3. Major manufacturers of ammonia in the CIS

IV. Export and import of ammonia

IV.1. Volume of exports and imports of ammonia in Russia in 1997-2010

IV.2. Trends and features of exports of Russian ammonia

IV.3. Main directions of export deliveries of Russian ammonia

IV.4. Export and import of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010

V. Review of ammonia prices

V.1. Domestic ammonia prices in Russia in 2004-2010

V.2. Dynamics of Russian export-import prices in 1997-2010

V.3. Domestic ammonia prices in Ukraine in 2004-2010

V.4. Dynamics of Ukrainian export-import prices in 1999-2010

VI. Consumption of ammonia

VI.1. Balance of consumption of ammonia

VI.1.1. Balance of consumption of ammonia in Russia in 1997-20101

VI.1.2. Balance of consumption of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010

VI.2. Structure of ammonia consumption in Russia

VI.3. Main industrial consumers of ammonia

VI.3.1 Production of nitrogen fertilizers

VI.3.2 Production of phosphate fertilizers

VI.3.3 Production of caprolactam and acrylonitrile

VI.4. The main companies-consumers, their projects

JSC "Ammofos" (Cherepovets, Vologda oblast)

JSC "Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers" (Moscow region).
JSC "Meleuz fertilizers" (Bashkortostan)

Other large Russian companies – consumers of ammonia

VII. Forecast of production and consumption of ammonia in Russia for the period up to 2015

Appendex 1: List of addresses of companies – ammonia producers in CIS countries

Appendex 2: List of addresses of Russian companies – ammonia consumers

List of Tables:

Table 1: Design energy consumption figures of the Russian ammonia units

Table 2: Distribution of ammonia units among Russian companies and consumption of natural gas per 1 ton of NH3 for the units in 2010

Table 3: Average of the design capacity of large units of ammonia CIS enterprises in 1986-2010,%

Table 4: Manufacturers of ammonia in the CIS countries and their capacities at the beginning of 2011

Table 5: Volumes of natural gas production in Russia (billion m3) and production growth rates (%) in 2001-2010

Table 6: Distribution of Russian ammonia producers by agrochemical holdings and their raw materials supply in 2010

Table 7: Specifications for the quality of anhydrous ammonia (GOST 6221-90)

Table 8: Production of ammonia in the CIS countries in 1998-2010, thousand tons

Table 9: Production of ammonia in Russia in 1997-2010, thousand tons

Table 10: Membership in the holdings of main companies producing mineral fertilizers in 2010

Table 11: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of JSC "Tol’yattiAzot" in 2004-2010 ??., thousand tons

Table 12: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Tol’yattiAzot" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 13: Some financial indicators of JSC "Tol’yattiAzot" in 2001-2010

Table 14: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of JSC NAK "Azot" in 2004-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 15: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC NAK "Azot" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 16: Key financial indicators of JSC NAK "Azot" in 2003-2010

Table 17: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Nevinnomyssk Azot" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 18: Some financial indicators of JSC "Nevinnomyssk Azot" in 2003-2010 and 3 months of 2011

Table 19: Consumption of natural gas and electricity by Russian plants of the "Akron" in 2008-2010.

Table 20: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of JSC "Akron" in 2004-2010, thousand tons

Table 21: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Akron" in 2004-2010, tons, %

Table 22: Some financial indicators of JSC "Akron" in 2003-2010

Table 23: Some financial indicators of JSC "Dorogobuzh" in 2003-2010

Table 24: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Factory of mineral fertilizers KChKhK" in 2004-2010, tons, %

Table 25: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of JSC "Factory of mineral fertilizers KChKhK" in 2004-2010, thousand tons

Table 26: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh) in 2004-2010, thousand tons

Table 27: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh) in 2004-2010, tons

Table 28: Some financial indicators of JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh) in 2001-2009

Table 29: Major consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Cherepovetsky Azot" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 30: Some financial indicators of JSC "Cherepovetsky Azot " in 2003-2010 and 1st quarter of 2011

Table 31: The largest Russian consumers of ammonia KJSC "Azot" in 2004-2010, tons, %

Table 32: Some financial indicators of KJSC "Azot" in 2003-2010 and 1st quarter of 2011

Table 33: Comparative characteristics of the main Russian producers of ammonia

Table 34: Production of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010, thousand tons

Table 35: Major manufacturers of ammonia in the CIS in 2006-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 36: Foreign trade of ammonia in Russia 1997-2010, thousand tons

Table 37: Exports of ammonia by Russian companies in 2003-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 38: Major importing countries of Russian ammonia in 2002-2010, thousand tons

Table 39: Export-import of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010, thousand tons

Table 40: Share of export in ammonia production in Ukraine in 1999-2010, %

Table 41: Exports of ammonia by Ukrainian companies in 2003-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 42: Exports of ammonia by Ukrainian companies, broken by countries, in 2004-2010, thousand tons

Table 43: Major importing countries of Ukrainian ammonia in 2001-2010, thousand tons

Table 44: Countries-suppliers of ammonia to Ukraine in 2001-2010, tons

Table 45: Main Ukrainian consumers of imported ammonia in 2001-2010, tons

Table 46: Key indicators of foreign trade with ammonia in Uzbekistan in 2007-2010, t, thousand $

Table 47: Prices of ammonia in Russia, established by its manufacturers in 2004-2010, ruble/ton (VAT excluded)

Table 48: Key financial figures of ammonia export by Russia in 2005-2010

Table 49: Export prices for ammonia, established by its Russian manufacturers in 2005-2010, $/ton

Table 50: Russian export and import prices for ammonia in 2002-2010, $/ton

Table 51: Prices of ammonia in Ukraine established by its producers in 2004-2010, UAH/ton including VAT

Table 52: Key financial figures of ammonia export by Ukraine in 2005-2010

Table 53: Export prices for ammonia, established by its Ukrainian manufacturers in 2005-2010, $/ton

Table 54: Key indicators of the Russian market of ammonia in 1997-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 55: Key indicators of the Ukrainian market of ammonia in 1999-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 56: Volumes of consumption of ammonia in Russia by industry applications in 2005-2010, kt

Table 57: Indexes of chemical production in Russia in 2003-2010, % to previous year

Table 58: Distribution of ammonia, produced by Russian companies in 2010, thousand tons, % of production

Table 59: Largest Russian consumers of ammonia in 2008-2010, thousand tons, %

Table 60: Railway supplies to Russian consumers of ammonia, with no domestic production of this product in 2005-2010 and 1st half. 2011, kt,%

Table 61: The volume of rail shipments of ammonia to JSC "Ammofos" in 2004-2010, thousand tons

Table 62: Some financial performance indicators of JSC "Ammofos" in 2005-2010 and 1Q 2011, mln rubles

Table 63: Some financial performance indicators of JSC ""Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers " in 2005-2010 and 1Q 2011, mln rubles

Table 64: Some financial performance indicators of JSC " Meleuz fertilizers " in 2005-2010 and 1Q 2011, mln rubles

Table 65: Supplies of ammonia to LLC "PG "Phosphorite" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 66: Supplies of ammonia to LLC " Balakovo mineral fertilizers" in 2004-2010, tons

Table 67: Supplies of ammonia to LLC "Saratovorgsintez" in 2004-2010, kt

List of Figures:

Figure 1: Regional structure of world natural gas reserves as of 2009, %
Figure 2: The volume of world production of ammonia in 2005-2010, million tons
Figure 3: The volumes and regional structure of world imports of ammonia in 2000-2010., Million tonnes
Figure 4: The greatest country-importers of ammonia in 2010,%
Figure 5: Structure of the global consumption of nitrogen fertilizer, %
Figure 6: Comparison of Quarterly changes in world prices for ammonia, urea, ammonium nitrate and nitric acid in 2008-2010., $ / t
Figure 7: The traditional scheme for producing ammonia from natural
Figure 8: Ammonia synthesis column
Figure 9: The unit of ammonia synthesis with the capacity of 1360 ton / day
Figure 10: The structure of gas production in Russia in 2010, %
Figure 11: Production of ammonia in Russia and CIS countries in 1995-2010, Mln tons
Figure 12: Percentage of ammonia production by CIS countries in total production of the product in 1996-2010, %
Figure 13: Dynamics of ammonia production in Russia in 1997-2010, Mln tons
Figure 14: Quarterly dynamics of ammonia production in Russia in 2007-2010. and Q1 2011, million tonnes
Figure 15: Share of manufacturers in all-Russian production of ammonia in 2000-2010, %
Figure 16: Ammonia production in Russia by holdings in 2010, %
Figure 17: Regional structure of production of ammonia in Russia in 2010,%
Figure 18: Production of ammonia and urea by JSC "Tol’yattiAzot" in 1997-2010 (thousand tons) and utilization of capacities (%)
Figure 19: Dynamics of production of major products by JSC "NAC "Azot" in 1997-2010, thousand tons
Figure 20: Dynamics of production of major products by JSC "Nevinnomyssky Azot" in 1997-2010, thousand tons
Figure 21: Simplified diagram of production at enterprises of the "Akron" followed by the production capacity
Figure 22: Dynamics of ammonia production by units of the holding "Akron" in 1997-2010, thousand tons
Figure 23: Dynamics of production of major products by JSC "Factory of mineral fertilizers KChKhK" in 2000-2010, thousand tons
Figure 24: Ammonia production (thousand tons) and utilization of capacities (%) of JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh) in 1997-2010
Figure 25: Ammonia production (thousand tons) and utilization of capacities (%) of JSC "Cherepovetsky Azot" in 1997-2010
Figure 26: Ammonia production (thousand tons) and utilization of capacities (%) of KJSC "Azot" in 1997-2010
Figure 27: Dynamics of ammonia production in Ukraine in 1997-2010, Mln tons
Figure 28: Dynamics of ammonia production in Uzbekistan in 1997-2010, Mln tons
Figure 29: Ammonia production by JSC "Grodnoazot" (thousand tons) and utilization of capacities (%) in 1998-2010
Figure 30: Ammonia production in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tadjikistan in 2003-2010, Mln tons
Figure 31: Ammonia production and export in Russia in 1995-2010, Mln tons
Figure 32: Quarterly exports of ammonia in Russia in 2006-2010, thousand tons
Figure 33: Share of exports in ammonia production in Russia in 1995-2010, %
Figure 34: Share of exports of ammonia in its total production by Russian manufacturers in 2006-2010, %
Figure 35: Geography of the ammonia exports by Russia in 2007-2010, %
Figure 36: Dynamics of production and export of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010, thousand tons
Figure 37: Share of export in ammonia production of Ukrainian producers in 2006-2010, %
Figure 38: Structure of Ukrainian exports of ammonia in 2007-2010, %
Figure 39: Dynamics of average ammonia prices in Russia in 2004-2010, Rub / ton, excluding VAT
Figure 40: Dynamics of prices of Russian ammonia exports in 1997-2010, $ / ton
Figure 41: Quarterly prices of Russian ammonia exports in 2006-2010, $ / ton
Figure 42: Comparative dynamics of prices of Russian and Ukrainian ammonia exports in 1999-2010, $ / ton
Figure 43: Dynamics of production of ammonia and nitrogen fertilizers in Russia and the domestic consumption of ammonia in 1997-2010, Mln tons
Figure 44: Dynamics of production, consumption and exports of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2010, thousand tons
Figure 45: Structure of ammonia consumption in Russia in 2010, %
Figure 46: Changes in the structure of ammonia consumption in Russia in 1999-2010, %
Figure 47: Production of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers in Russia in 2003-2010 (recalculated to 100% of nutrient), thousand tons
Figure 48: Production of ammonium nitrate, urea, DAP and ammophos in Russia in 1997-2010., Kt
Figure 49: Simplified production scheme of the main types of nitrogen fertilizers and average consumption of raw material
Figure 50: Shares of the largest producers of nitrogen fertilizers and ammonium nitrate in the total Russian production in 2010,%
Figure 51: Structure of the Russian production of phosphate fertilizers on the holdings in 2010,%
Figure 52: Dynamics of ammophos and diammophos in JSC "Ammofos" (in bulk) in 1999-2010., Kt
Figure 53: Dynamics of ammophos and diammophos in JSC "Voskresensk mineral fertilizers" in 1999-2010., Kt
Figure 54: Dynamics of production of ammonium nitrate in OAO "Meleuz mineral fertilizers" in 1997-2010., Kt
Figure 55: Dynamics of Russian fertilizer market in 2003-2010., Kt,%
Figure 56: Forecast of production and consumption of ammonia in Russia until 2015, mln tons
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- JSC "Tol’yattiazot" (Tol’yatti, Samara oblast, Russia)

- JSC NAK "Azot" (Novomoskovsk, Tula oblast, Russia)

- JSC "Nevinnomyssky Azot" (Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol krai, Russia)

- JSC "Akron" (Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod oblast)

- JSC "Dorogobuzh" (Smolensk oblast, Russia)

- JSC "Factory of mineral fertilizers KChKhK" (Kirov-Chepetsk, Kirov region).

- JSC "Minfertilizers" (Rossosh, Voronezh oblast, Russia)

- JSC "Cherepovetsky Azot" (Cherepovets, Vologda oblast, Russia)

- KJSC "Azot" (Kemerovo, Russia)
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