Thiophene in Russia: Production, Market and Forecast
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This study focuses on the analysis of the market of thiophene in Russia. The report consists of 6 Sections, contains 43 pages, including 4 drawings, 13 Tables and 2 Appendices.
Methodologically, the work was carried out in a "desk" research. Analyzed information sources, we used data of state bodies - Federal Service of State Statistics of Russia, JSC "Russian Railways" (statistics of rail transportation), Federal Customs Service of Russia (data on foreign trade operations). Also, data of companies, the Internet media materials and scientific and technical literature.
The first chapter details technology of production of thiophene, potential sources of raw materials.
In the second chapter provides quality products and projects for the production of this reagent and described a potential manufacturer of thiophene.
The third chapter of the report presents data on imports to Russia in thiophene 1999-2011.
The fourth chapter analyzes data on the prices of thiophene.
In the fifth chapter of the report deals with the potential for the consumption of thiophene.
The sixth chapter presents forecast of development of Russian market of thiophene to 2020.
Appendix presents addresses and contact information of foreign manufacturers of thiophene and the list of sources used.
1. Technology of production of thiophene and resources used
1.1. Methods of production of thiophene
1.1.1. Complex processing of high-sulfur oil shale
1.1.2. Thiophene production of hydrocarbons
1.1.3. Thiophene production of disulfide oil
1.1.4. Industrial methods of thiophene abroad
1.2. Feedstock for thiophene
2. Production of thiophene
2.1. Quality parameters of thiophene
2.2. Projects for the production of thiophene
2.3. The current status of potential producers of thiophene
2.3.1. "Gazprom Orenburg production" (Orenburg)
3. Imports of thiophene in Russia
3.1. Import volumes of thiophene in 1999-2011
3.2. The main directions of imports of thiophene in Russia
4. Prices of thiophene
5. Thiophene consumption in Russia
5.1. Analysis of the potential areas of consumption in Russia thiophene
5.3.2. Organic Synthesis
5.3.3. Other applications
6. Forecast of development of Russian market of thiophene 2020
Appendix 1: Contact information on foreign manufacturers of thiophene
Appendix 2: List of references
Table 1. Physic-chemical properties of thiophene
Table 2. The content of valuable products produced by distillation of shale gas, kg / t dry slate
Table 3. Comparative analysis of production (tons / year) on energy-technology plant processing 1 million tons of oil shale per year by installing a solid heat carrier
Table 4. Composition disulfide oil demercaptanization condensate Orenburg GPP
Table 5. Composition disulfide oil demercaptanization propane and butane Orenburg GPP
Table 6. Quality parameters of thiophene
Table 7. Composition disulfide oil produced on the U-335 Orenburg GPP before and after modernization
Table 8. Supplier countries thiophene in Russia in 1999-2008, kg
Table 9. The main suppliers are thiophene in Russia in 1999-2008, kg
Table 10. Russian consumers of imported thiophene in 1999-2008, kg
Table 11. The price of thiophene from the company Sigma-Aldrich as of 25.09.2012
Table 12. The price of thiophene from Acros Organics Company as at 25.09.2012
Table 13. The price of thiophene from Alfa Aesar Company as at 25.09.2012
Figure 1. Block flow diagram of low-waste recycling sulfur oil shale
Figure 2. Process flow diagram of the catalytic synthesis of thiophene disulfide oil and n-butane
Figure 3. Dynamics of import supplies of thiophene in Russia in 1999-2011, kg
Figure 4. The conductive properties of the polymer based on thiophene