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Sulfur (lump, liquid, granulated) in the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast (16 edition)

Nombre de pages: 193 Nombre de tables: 65 Le nombre de chiffres: 69
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This report is the sixteenth edition of sulfur market research in the CIS countries.

Market monitoring has been conducted since 2002.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the Russian and CIS countries of sulfur markets.

The object of study is sulfur (lumpy, liquid, granular).

A distinctive feature of this study is a detailed description of the main sources of raw materials for the production of various types of sulfur not only in Russia but also in other CIS countries. Information on the global sulfur market, as well as sulfur markets of all CIS countries (including Ukraine) includes a detailed description of the largest manufacturers and consumers of the chemical in question.

 

The presented work is a desk study. As sources of information, the databases of the United Nations (UNdata), Statistical Committees of the CIS countries (including Rosstat, GKS of Ukraine, the Agency for Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan), customs statistics of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, official statistics of railway transportation of the Russian Federation were used; materials of the industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of issuers of securities, websites of manufacturing enterprises and sulfur consumers, as well as the Infomine database.

Chronological scope of the study: 1997-2019; the forecast is 2020-2030.

Research geography: Russian Federation - a comprehensive detailed analysis of the market; Ukraine, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Belarus and other CIS countries - a general retrospective analysis of the market.

 

The report consists of 7 parts, contains 193 pages, including 65 tables, 69 figures and 2 appendices.

The first chapter provides a brief description of the global sulfur market for the period 2000-2019, as well as prospects for its development.

The second chapter is devoted to sulfur production methods and raw materials used in industry, it discusses the directions and volumes of supplies of raw materials to its producers in the CIS.

The third chapter analyzes the production of sulfur in the CIS for the period from 1998 to 2019. The section provides data on volumes and structure of production, traces the dynamics of production of these products by enterprises of Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, reviews the current state of sulfur producers in the CIS (provides data on the available raw material base, production volumes, plans for the development of enterprises, as well as data on volumes and directions of supplies of products in recent years).

The fourth chapter of the report discusses foreign trade transactions with sulfur in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Kazakhstan and other CIS countries with an analysis of the volumes and directions of export-import supplies, as well as other CIS countries.

The fifth chapter is devoted to consideration of the dynamics of sulfur prices in the domestic and foreign markets of the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Kazakhstan in 2003-2019.

The sixth part describes the sulfur consumption market in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. It analyzes in detail the structure of consumption, the balance of "production-consumption". A review of the main sectors of consumption, as well as a description of the largest Russian consumer enterprises of this product is given.

The seventh chapter of the report provides a forecast (including price) of the development of the Russian sulfur market for the period until 2030.

The annexes show the addresses and contact information of the main manufacturing enterprises (in Russia and the CIS) and consumers (in Russia) of sulfur.

 

The target audience of the study:

- sulfur market participants - manufacturers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study claims to be a reference tool for marketing services and management decision-makers working in the sulfur market.

ANNOTATION

 

INTRODUCTION

 

I. Global Sulfur Market

I.1. Brief description of the global sulfur market

I.2. Major sulfur producing countries

 

II. Sulfur production technology and raw materials used in industry

II.1. Methods for producing sulfur

II.1.1. Natural Sulfur Extraction

II.1.2. Sulfur production from hydrogen sulfide-containing gases (in the process of extraction and refining of oil and natural gas)

II.1.3. Getting sulfur from sulfur dioxide

II.2. Forms of elemental sulfur used in industry

II.3. Sulfur production facilities in the CIS

II.4. Major suppliers of raw materials

II.4.1. Native Sulfur Deposits in the CIS

II.4.2. The main types of oil and gas fields in the CIS

II.4.2.1. Gas fields

II.4.2.2. Oil gas

II.4.2.3. Oil refining

II.4.3. Coke production

II.4.4. Non-ferrous metallurgy waste gases

 

III. Sulfur production in the CIS countries

III.1. Product quality

III.2. Sulfur production and granulation equipment used by Russian enterprises

III.3. Volumes and structure of sulfur production in the CIS in 1997-2019

III.3.1. Sulfur production in Russia in 1997-2019

III.3.2. Sulfur production in Kazakhstan in 1997-2019

III.3.3. Sulfur production in Uzbekistan in 1997-2019

III.3.4. Sulfur production in Turkmenistan in 2009-2019

III.3.5. Sulfur production in Ukraine in 1998-2019

III.4. The largest enterprises producing sulfur in the CIS countries

III.4.1. Gazprom dobycha Astrakhan LLC (Aksaraysky settlement, Astrakhan region, Russian Federation)

III.4.2. LLC Gazprom dobycha Orenburg (Orenburg, Russian Federation)

III.4.3. PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel (Norilsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russian Federation)

III.4.4. Tengizchevroil LLP (p. Kulsary, Atyrau region, Kazakhstan)

III.4.5. Integrated Oil and Gas Preparation Plant (ZPNiG) “Boshalak” (Atyrau region, Kazakhstan)

III.4.6. Bagtyyarlyk Gas Processing Plants (Lebap Province, Turkmenistan)

III.4.7. UDP "Mubarek Gas Processing Plant" (Mubarek, Kashkadarya region, Uzbekistan)

 

IV. Export and import of sulfur in the CIS

IV.1. Export and import of sulfur in Russia in 1997-2019

IV.1.1. Export

IV.1.2. Import

IV.2. Export and import of sulfur in Ukraine in 1998-2019

IV.2.1. Export

IV.2.2. Import

IV.3. Export and import of sulfur in Kazakhstan in 1999-2019

IV.4. Export and import of sulfur in other CIS countries in 2008-2018

 

V. Sulfur price review (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan)

V.1. Review of domestic sulfur prices in the Russian Federation in 2004-2019

V.2. Dynamics of export-import prices

V.2.1. Dynamics of export-import prices in Russia in 1997-2019

V.2.2. The dynamics of sulfur prices in Ukraine in 1999-2019

V.2.3. Dynamics of export-import prices in Kazakhstan in 2004-2019

 

VI. Sulfur Consumption in the CIS

VI.1. Sulfur consumption balance (Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan)

VI.1.1. The balance of sulfur consumption in Russia in 1997-2019.

VI.1.2. The balance of sulfur consumption in Ukraine in 1998-2019

VI.1.3. The balance of sulfur consumption in Kazakhstan in 1999-2019

VI.2. The structure of sulfur consumption in Russia

VI.3. Current status and development prospects of the main sulfur-consuming industries in Russia

VI.3.1. Chemical industry (production of phosphate mineral fertilizers)

VI.3.2. Pulp and paper industry

VI.3.3. Other industries

VI.4. Large Russian consumer enterprises and their projects

VI.4.1. PJSC PhosAgro

Apatit JSC (Cherepovets, Vologda Region)

Balakovo branch of Apatit JSC (Balakovo, Saratov region)

VI.4.2. JSC MCC EuroChem

LLC "PG" Phosphorite "(Kingisepp, Leningrad Region)

EuroChem-Belorechensk Mineral Fertilizers LLC (Krasnodar Territory)

VI.4.3. LLC "Titanium Investments" ("Crimean Titan"), the city of Armyansk, Rep. Crimea

VI.4.4. JSC OKHK URALCHEM

Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers JSC (Voskresensk, Moscow Region)

 

VII. Forecast of sulfur production and consumption in the CIS for the period up to 2030

VII.1. Forecast of sulfur production in Russia and the CIS until 2030 by type of production and large producers

VII.2. Forecast of sulfur consumption in the CIS

VII.3. Sulfur price forecast up to 2030

 

Appendix 1. Address book of the largest sulfur producing enterprises in the CIS

Appendix 2. The address book of the main Russian enterprises consuming sulfur

Table 1. World sulfur prices in 2016-2019, $ / t

Table 2. The main indicators of the sulfur market in China in 2012-2019, million tons,%

Table 3. The main indicators of the sulfur market in the USA in 2006-2019, mln tons,%

Table 4. Conditional classification of various forms of elemental sulfur

Table 5. CIS enterprises with sulfur production facilities and their technologies

Table 6. Affiliation to holdings of the main enterprises producing sulfur in the CIS (at the beginning of 2020)

Table 7. Characteristics of the developed hydrogen sulfide-containing natural gas deposits in the CIS

Table 8. Characteristics of refineries in the CIS producing sulfur (as of the beginning of 2020)

Table 9. Coke-chemical plants of Ukraine producing sulfur

Table 10. The chemical composition of copper and nickel concentrates obtained at the Norilsk and Talnakh factories from rich ores,%

Table 11. Forms of sulfur produced by leading manufacturers in the CIS

Table 12. Requirements for the quality of technical sulfur (according to GOST 127-93)

Table 13. Physico-chemical indicators of liquid technical sulfur (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 14. Physico-chemical indicators of lump technical sulfur (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 15. Physico-chemical indicators of granular technical sulfur (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 16. Physico-chemical parameters of ground technical sulfur for the tire and rubber industry (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 17. Physico-chemical parameters of ground technical sulfur for agriculture (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 18. Physico-chemical parameters of modified technical sulfur for the production of sulfur-asphalt concrete (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 19. Physico-chemical indicators of modified technical sulfur for the production of sulfur concrete (according to GOST R 56249-2014)

Table 20. Enterprises of the Russian Federation that produce granular sulfur, equipment used by them

Table 21. Sulfur production in the CIS countries in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Table 22. Volumes of sulfur production in the CIS in 2001-2019 with a breakdown by production methods, thousand tons

Table 23. Sulfur production in Russia by enterprises in 2003-2019, thousand tons

Table 24. Production of liquid, lump, granular and other sulfur by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2009-2019, thousand tons

Table 25. Enterprises that produced sulfur in Ukraine in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Table 26. The largest sulfur producers in the CIS in 2011-2019, thousand tons

Table 27. The largest recipients of sulfur of LLC Gazprom dobycha Astrakhan in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 28. The largest sulfur recipients of Gazprom dobycha Orenburg LLC in 2006-2019, thousand tons

Table 29. Volumes and directions of railway deliveries of sulfur produced by PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel to consumers in 2006-2019, thousand tons

Table 30. Directions of the Russian export of sulfur in 2005-2019, thousand tons,%

Table 31. Russian enterprises exporting sulfur in 2005-2019, thousand tons,%

Table 32. Geographical structure of sulfur imports of the Russian Federation in 2004-2019, thousand tons

Table 33. The largest Russian consumers of imported sulfur in 2006-2019, thousand tons

Table 34. The volume of export-import of sulfur by Ukraine in physical terms (thousand tons) and in cash ($ million) in 1998-2019

Table 35. Directions of Ukrainian import of sulfur in 2004-2019, thousand tons

Table 36. The largest Ukrainian consumers of imported sulfur in 2006-2019, thousand tons,%

Table 37. The volume of export-import of sulfur by Kazakhstan in physical (thousand tons) and cash (million $) terms in 2000-2019.

Table 38. Directions of export of sulfur by Kazakhstan in 2004-2019, thousand tons

Table 39. Volumes (thousand tons, thousand $) and directions of export-import of sulfur in other CIS countries in 2008-2018, export-import prices ($ / t)

Table 40. Average monthly prices for sulfur of manufacturing enterprises in Russia in 2007-2020, rubles / ton (excluding VAT)

Table 41. Average annual prices for sulfur in the Russian Federation and federal districts in 2008-2019, rubles / ton without VAT

Table 42. Export prices of Russian sulfur producers and traders in 2006-2019, $ / t

Table 43. The main indicators of the sulfur market in Russia in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Table 44. The main indicators of the sulfur market in Ukraine in 2000-2019, thousand tons,%

Table 45. The main indicators of production and consumption of sulfur in Kazakhstan in 1999-2019, thousand tons,%

Table 46. Comparison of the volumes of “visible” and real sulfur consumption in the Russian Federation in 2005-2019, thousand tons

Table 47. Sectoral structure of sulfur consumption in Russia in 2004-2019, thousand tons

Table 48. Production growth rates in selected industries of Russia in 2009-2019,% to the previous year

Table 49. Production of phosphate fertilizers in the Russian Federation by enterprises in 2010-2019, thousand tons

Table 50. Sulfur supplies to the largest Russian chemical industry enterprises in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 51. Railroad supplies of sulfur to the largest Russian pulp and paper industry enterprises in 2008-2019, thousand tons

Table 52. The main milestones of the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of phosphate mineral fertilizers in JSC “PhosAgro-Cherepovets”

Table 53. Supplies of raw materials to Apatit JSC in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 54. Some financial performance indicators of Apatit JSC in 2013-2018, million rubles

Table 55. The main milestones of the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of phosphate mineral fertilizers in Balakovo f-le JSC "Apatite"

Table 56. Sulfur supplies to the BP of Apatit JSC in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 57. The main milestones of the development of sulfuric acid production and the production of phosphate mineral fertilizers in LLC “PG“ Phosphorite ”

Table 58. Supplies of sulfur to LLC Phosphorite PG in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 59. Some financial performance indicators of LLC “PG Phosphorit” in 2015-2018, million rubles

Table 60. The main milestones of the development of sulfuric acid production in LLC Eurochem-BMU

Table 61. Some financial performance indicators of Eurochem-BMU LLC in 2015-2018, million rubles

Table 62. Sulfur supplies to Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers JSC in 2007-2019, thousand tons

Table 63. Forecast of sulfur production in the CIS countries until 2030, million tons

Table 64. Forecast of sulfur production by the largest producers in the CIS for the period up to 2030, thousand tons

Table 65. Forecast of sulfur consumption in Russia for the period until 2030, thousand tons,%

Figure 1. Dynamics of world sulfur production in 2000-2019, million tons

Figure 2. Geographical structure of world sulfur production in 2008 and 2019,%

Figure 3. Sectoral structure of global sulfur consumption

Figure 4. Dynamics of sulfur production by the main producing countries in 2000-2019, million tons

Figure 5. Schematic diagram of the Klaus process

Figure 6. Increase in sulfur production capacities in the CIS countries in 2008-2019 million tons

Figure 7. Shares of countries in the total CIS potential for sulfur production in 2019,%

Figure 8. Structure of sulfur production capacities in the CIS by production method in 2019,%

Figure 9. Sulfur production in Russia, Kazakhstan and the CIS in 1997-2019, million tons

Figure 10. Shares of the CIS countries in the total sulfur production in 1997-2019,%

Figure 11. Dynamics of the industrial structure of sulfur production in the CIS in 2000-2019,%

Figure 12. Dynamics of sulfur production in Russia in 1997-2019, million tons

Figure 13. Utilization of sulfur production capacities by production sectors in Russia in 2019,%

Figure 14. Shares of the largest manufacturing enterprises in the total sulfur output in the Russian Federation in 2019,%

Figure 15. Distribution of sulfur production in the Russian Federation by holdings in 2019,%

Figure 16. Change in the structure of sulfur production by federal districts of the Russian Federation in 2004-2019,%

Figure 17. Change in the industrial structure of sulfur production in Russia in 2003-2019,%

Figure 18. Commodity structure of sulfur production in the Russian Federation in 2009-2019,%

Figure 19. Dynamics of sulfur production in Kazakhstan in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 20. Shares of the largest manufacturing enterprises in the total sulfur production in Kazakhstan in 2019,%

Figure 21. Dynamics of sulfur production in Turkmenistan in 2009-2019, thousand tons

Figure 22. Dynamics of sulfur production in Ukraine in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Figure 23. Shares of the largest sulfur producers in the total CIS production in 2019,%

Figure 24. Dynamics of sulfur production in Gazprom dobycha Astrakhan LLC in 1990-2019, mln tons

Figure 25. Commodity structure of sulfur production of Gazprom dobycha Astrakhan LLC in 2009-2019,%

Figure 26. Dynamics of sulfur production in Gazprom dobycha Orenburg LLC in 1980-2019, mln tons

Figure 27. Commodity structure of sulfur production of Gazprom dobycha Orenburg LLC in 2009-2018,%

Figure 28. The production chain of the Polar Division of PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel

Figure 29. Sulfur utilization at PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel in 1996-2019, thousand tons

Figure 30. Dynamics of oil production (with gas condensate) and sulfur production of Tengizchevroil LLP in 1997-2019, mln tons

Figure 31. Production, sales and sulfur residue in TCO warehouses in 2003-2019, mln tons

Figure 32. Dynamics of foreign trade operations with sulfur in Russia in 1997-2019, million tons

Figure 33. Dynamics of the Russian sulfur export in physical (thousand tons) and monetary (million $) terms in 1997-2019

Figure 34. Shares of the main consumer countries in the total sulfur export of the Russian Federation in 2007-2019,%

Figure 35. Commodity structure of sulfur export of the Russian Federation in 2007-2019,%

Figure 36. Dynamics of Russian sulfur imports in physical (thousand tons) and cash (million $) terms in 1997-2019.

Figure 37. Commodity structure of sulfur imports of the Russian Federation in 2007-2019,%

Figure 38. Dynamics of export-import of sulfur in Ukraine in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Figure 39. Dynamics of export-import of sulfur in Kazakhstan in 1999-2019, thousand tons

Figure 40. Shares of the main consumer countries in the total sulfur export of Kazakhstan in 2004, 20120 and 2019,%

Figure 41. Dynamics of average wholesale prices of sulfur producers in the Russian Federation in 2007-2020, rubles / ton (excluding VAT)

Figure 42. Dynamics of average annual prices for sulfur of Russian producers in 2006-2019, rubles / ton (excluding VAT)

Figure 43. Dynamics of Russian export-import prices for sulfur in 1997-2019, $ / t

Figure 44. The main financial indicators of the import of sulfur of the Russian Federation in 2000-2019, $ million, $ / t

Figure 45. Dynamics of export-import prices of Ukraine in 1999-2019, $ / t

Figure 46. Dynamics of export-import prices of Kazakhstan in 2004-2019, $ / t

Figure 47. Comparative dynamics of average export prices for sulfur in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Ukraine in 2004-2019, $ / t

Figure 48. Comparative dynamics of average import prices for sulfur in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Ukraine in 2004-2019, $ / t

Figure 49. Dynamics of production, “visible” consumption, export and import of sulfur in the Russian Federation in 1997-2019, thousand tons

Figure 50. Dynamics of production, “apparent” consumption, export-import of sulfur in Ukraine in 1998-2019, thousand tons

Figure 51. The main areas of application of sulfur

Figure 52. Sectoral structure of sulfur consumption in the Russian Federation in 2004-2019,%

Figure 53. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphorus fertilizers in Russia in 1997-2019, million tons

Figure 54. The introduction of mineral fertilizers by Russian agricultural producers in 2006-2019, thousand tons of nutrients

Figure 55. Shares of the largest holdings in the total production of phosphate mineral fertilizers in the Russian Federation in 2011-2019,%

Figure 56. Dynamics of pulp production in Russia in 2000-2019, million tons

Figure 57. Scheme of vulcanization of polyisoprene (natural rubber) with sulfur

Figure 58. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers in Apatit JSC in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 59. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate mineral fertilizers BP Apatit JSC in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 60. Production chain EuroChem

Figure 61. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers in LLC PG Phosphorite in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 62. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers at Eurochem-BMU LLC in 2004-2019, thousand tons

Figure 63: Scheme of production processes of JSC “Crimean Titan”

Figure 64: Dynamics of sulfuric acid production in Crimean Titan JSC in 2005-2019, thousand tons

Figure 65. Scheme of assets of URALCHEM OKHK JSC

Figure 66. Dynamics of production of sulfuric acid and phosphate fertilizers in JSC "VMU" in 2000-2019, thousand tons

Figure 67. Dynamics of oil refining (million tons) and gas (billion m3) in Russia in 1997-2019.

Figure 68. Forecast of production and consumption of sulfur of the Russian Federation for the period until 2030, thousand tons

Figure 69. Forecast of prices (Russian and world) for sulfur up to 2030, $ / t

 

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