Global Ammonia Capacity to Reach 250 Million Tons per Year by 2018

Global Ammonia production capacity is set to increase to 249.4 mmty by 2018, driven primarily by capacity additions in China, Iran, Nigeria and the US. Asia-Pacific will remain the largest region in terms of capacity and demand. China’s significant influence on APAC’s Ammonia supply is apparent from the country’s capacity of 70.6 mmty in 2013, accounting for almost two thirds of the region’s total capacity. The Middle East and Africa has seen impressive capacity growth over the last decade, increasing from 18.7 mmty in 2008 to 27.8 mmty in 2013. Additionally, North America’s Ammonia industry will receive a small boost, having suffered in the past due to high natural gas prices and declining demand from the major end-use sectors.

Global Ammonia Outlook – Production Capacity Set to Continue Strong Growth Led by United States and Iran report provides annualised historic and forecast, market size, demand and production volumes by region.

The report will allow you to:

  • Understand the key trends and challenges in the global industry
  • Analyse the regional Ammonia supply scenario
  • Identify opportunities with the help of specific insights on demand and supply dynamics
  • Review the current and likely future competitive scenario. Major players featured: Yara International ASA (Yara), CF Industries Holdings, Inc. and Koch Industries, Inc.

Increase your revenues and profitability with the help of these insights into future opportunities.

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