Generally, there are two main classes of naphtha - heavy naphtha and paraffinic naphtha. Paraffinic naphtha is rich in olefins and is suitable for polyolefin and olefin production. Heavy naphtha is mainly used for production of aromatics. The report provides a strategic analysis of the global market for naphtha in terms of volume (MM Tons) as well as revenue (USD Million), for the period 2012 to 2019.
The study is segmented by application and by geography in terms of both volume and revenue. The application segment is classified as chemicals (benzene, toluene and xylene, and petrochemicals etc), energy/fuel (power plants/ fertilizer units, steel plant, etc.) and others (non renewable, etc). The geographies covered in this report include North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW).
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The study identifies the market trends and drivers of the global naphtha market along with risk and opportunities of the industry. The study also provides value chain analysis and Porter’s five forces model which provides an insight into industry competition by defining the power of the buyer and supplier, threat of substitutes and new entrants and the competition in the market.
The study includes competitive landscape including the share of the global naphtha market along with company profiles of major industry participants. Key market participants profiled in this study include British Petroleum, Shell Chemicals, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Indian Oil Corporation, SABIC, Total S.A. and Mitsubishi Chemical. The market players are profiled with aspects such as company overview, financial overview, SWOT analysis, business strategies and recent developments.
Naphtha Market: Application Analysis
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