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Home >  Petrochemical Industry in The Middle East: Low Cost Feedstock Providing Competitive Advantage

Petrochemical Industry in The Middle East: Low Cost Feedstock Providing Competitive Advantage



 

Summary

The report provides in-depth analysis of the Middle East petrochemical industry, with production forecasts, key trends, drivers, restraints and challenges until 2015. The study provides detailed analysis and forecasts of industry trends affecting the top producing countries in the Middle East. The report includes historic and future forecasts of major petrochemicals and polymers capacity, production and demand in the Middle East. The report discusses major foreign investments in the region. It also discusses the growth strategies and challenges faced by the major companies of the Middle East. It lists the major deals in the Middle East petrochemical market in the period 2008-2010. Overall, the report presents a comprehensive analysis of the Middle East petrochemical market, covering all the major parameters. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by our Research's team of industry experts.

The Middle East is probably the most important influence on the global petrochemical industry today. The region's unparalleled production cost advantage and the willingness of its governments to diversify their oil-based economies has led to exponential growth of the petrochemical industry.

In 2000, the Middle East and Africa accounted for 8% of the global installed petrochemical capacity. The capacity share of Middle East and Africa is expected to increase to 21% in 2015, and it is set to become the second highest region in terms of capacity after Asia-Pacific. In 2015, Middle East countries are expected to account for around 86% of the total installed capacity of petrochemicals in the Middle East and Africa region, while African countries will account for the remaining 14%.

Scope

  • The report provides in-depth analysis, market opportunities and challenges for manufacturers of petrochemicals, worldwide. It contains detailed information about the Middle East petrochemical industry, plant details, demand and production forecasts, and trade balance of major petrochemicals and polymers produced in the Middle East. Its scope includes:
  • Drivers, restraints and challenges faced by the global petrochemical industry.
  • Petrochemical markets for major petrochemicals and polymers by volume in key regions: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South and Central America, and Middle East and Africa.
  • Analysis of the current scenario in major petrochemical producing regions in the world.
  • Drivers, restraints and challenges faced by the Middle East petrochemical industry.
  • Current and planned petrochemical capacity of major petrochemicals and polymers in the Middle East.
  • Market data for major petrochemicals and polymers in the Middle East from 2000 to 2010, and forecast for five years to 2015.
  • Analysis of the Middle East?s feedstock advantage and future forecast of olefin prices in the Middle East.
  • Analysis of top producing countries in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia and Iran. Details about the feedstock scenario, government policies, current and planned capacity, demand and production forecasts and future outlook of these countries is included in the report.
  • Growth strategies and challenges faced by the major Middle East petrochemicals producers.
  • Major deals in the Middle East in the period 2008-2010.
  • Understanding the implications of the Middle East?s surge in capacity for the global petrochemical industry.

    Reasons to buy

  • The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner:
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights on the Middle East petrochemical market.
  • Identify opportunities and trends in the Middle East petrochemical industry.
  • The research will allow you to identify prospective investment targets through a comprehensive update and discussion of new petrochemical projects, and major upgrading units in the Middle East.
  • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the Middle East petrochemical industry.
  • Details of major deals, foreign investments and joint ventures will also help in identifying the entry prospects in the Middle East petrochemical markets.


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