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Global Commercial Opportunities Derived from Glyphosate Industry

Global Commercial Opportunities Derived from Glyphosate Industry

Description

Glyphosate has witnessed stunningly fast development since 2007, boosting the development of its upstream products including DEA, glycine, IDAN, DMP, etc.

  • What is the future development trend of glyphosate supply and demand*
  • How about the current and future competition of the three glyphosate production routes*
  • What about the supply and demand of main raw materials of glyphosate globally*
  • Is glyphosate production going to transfer from China and the U.S. to other countries*
  • Whether Chinese glyphosate production will transfer from East China to West China*
  • What opportunities will arise from the future development of glyphosate industry*

With the above doubts, CCM starts this research on global commercial opportunities derived from glyphosate industry.

This intelligent report, finished by CCM international in May 2011, conducts opportunity analysis of glyphosate upstream industries based on the projection of the future development of global industry from the aspects of supply, demand, possible transfer, technology innovation, etc..

This report is comprised of three chapters, namely

  • Global glyphosate technical supply & demand and technology;
  • Global supply & demand and consumption of upstream products of glyphosate including DEA, ethylene oxide, IDAN, glycine, yellow phosphorus, DMP, phosphorus trichloride, chlor-alkali, methanol, etc.;
  • Opportunities and recommendations for market participants involved in petrochemical industry, natural gas chemical industry, phosphorus industry, coal industry, chlor-alkali industry, etc.

This report mainly focuses on the following aspects:

  • Analysis of supply and demand of glyphosate technical, 2006-2020;
  • Introduction and comparison of different production routes of glyphosate;
  • Projection of glyphosate supply by route, 2011-2020;
  • Projection of possible transfer of glyphosate production in the world in the future;
  • Introduction of supply & demand and consumption of glycine, IDAN, DEA, ethylene oxide, paraformaldehyde, yellow phosphorus, phosphorus trichloride, dimethyl phosphite, chlor-alkali, and methanol, 2006/2008-2010, 2011-2020;
  • Analysis of upstream opportunities derived from global glyphosate development.

Who need to subscribe?

  • Glyphosate producers paying close attention to global glyphosate supply & demand, glyphosate consumption distribution, as well as future development trend, possible capacity transfer, etc.
  • Investors who attach importance to current and future global glyphosate supply and demand, competition among different glyphosate production routes, current technology development level and future development trends, possible capacity transfer, etc.
  • Petrochemicals (ethylene, ethylene oxide/ethylene glycol, ethanolamine) suppliers who want to know global DEA supply and demand, historic and future DEA route glyphosate production, technology comparison between DEA route and the other two routes, opportunities derived, etc.
  • Natural gas chemicals (HCN, IDAN) suppliers who want to know IDAN supply and demand globally and in China, historic and future IDAN route glyphosate production, current technology level of IDAN route, technology comparison of three production routes, opportunities derived, etc.
  • Phosphorus chemicals (yellow phosphorus, phosphorus trichloride, dimethyl phosphite) suppliers who want to grasp supply and demand of these products globally, historic and future AEA route glyphosate production, current technology level of AEA route, technology comparison of three production routes, opportunities derived, etc.
  • Analysts and consultants trying to gain insight into global supply, demand, and technology level of glyphosate, supply & demand and consumption of upstream products of glyphosate, as well as future development trends of all products mentioned in this report.

Brief comments

This intelligent report, finished by CCM international in May 2011, conducts opportunity analysis of glyphosate upstream industries based on the projection of the future development of global industry from the aspects of supply, demand, possible transfer, technology innovation, etc..

This report is comprised of three chapters, namely

  • Global glyphosate technical supply & demand and technology;
  • Global supply & demand and consumption of upstream products of glyphosate including DEA, ethylene oxide, IDAN, glycine, yellow phosphorus, DMP, phosphorus trichloride, chlor-alkali, methanol, etc.;
  • Opportunities and recommendations for market participant involved in petrochemical industry, natural gas chemical industry, phosphorus industry, coal industry, chlor-alkali industry, etc.

This report mainly focuses on the following aspects:

  • Analysis of supply and demand of glyphosate technical, 2006-2020;
  • Introduction and comparison of different production routes of glyphosate;
  • Projection of glyphosate supply by route, 2011-2020;
  • Projection of possible transfer of glyphosate production in the world in the future;
  • Introduction of supply & demand and consumption of glycine, IDAN, DEA, ethylene oxide, paraformaldehyde, yellow phosphorus, phosphorus trichloride, dimethyl phosphite, chlor-alkali, and methanol, 2006/2008-2010, 2011-2020;
  • Analysis of upstream opportunities derived from global glyphosate development.

Companies Mentioned

Monsanto, Zhejiang Wynca, Dow

  • Executive summary
  • Definition, research scope and methodology
    • Definition and research scope
    • Methodology
    • I Overview of global glyphosate industry
    • I-1 Overview of global glyphosate supply (distribution, production, circulation)
    • I-2 Overview of global glyphosate demand
    • I-3 Forecast on global glyphosate industry for 10 years
    • I-3.1 Factors influencing global glyphosate supply and demand
    • I-3.2 Forecast on glyphosate demand in future 10 years
    • II Development trend of glyphosate technical production routes
    • II-1 Introduction to current situation and market share of the three major production routes
    • II-2 Introduction to glyphosate technical production technology
    • II-2.1 AEA route
    • II-2.2 DEA route
    • II-2.3 IDAN route
    • II-2.4 Other routes
    • II-3 Competitiveness Analysis of different route
    • II-3.1 Comparison of technology requirement
    • Synthesis technology of glyphosate technical
    • Investment
    • Product quality
    • Waste treatment technology
    • II-3.2 Comparison of key raw material accessibility
    • II-3.3 Cost of glyphosate technical by route
    • II-3.4 Forecast on development trend and market share of three major production routes and potential new routes
    • III Global glyphosate capacity integration and possible industrial transfer
    • III-1 Outstanding characters of current global glyphosate capacity distribution
    • III-2 Historical global capacity redistribution
    • III-3 Analysis on factors influencing glyphosate capacity redistribution and industrial transfer
    • III-3.1 Influencing Factors
    • III-3.2 Rating of factor importance
    • III-4 Forecast on global glyphosate capacity redistribution
    • III-5 Forecast on global glyphosate capacity re-distribution and industrial transfer
    • III-5.1 Questionnaire result
    • III-5.2 Step-by-step analysis
    • III-5.3 Analysis of possible regions
    • IV Opportunities derived from development of global glyphosate industry -Investment and upstream raw materials
    • IV-1 Overview of value chain and profitable nodes in glyphosate upstream industries
    • IV-2 Investment and raw material supply opportunities in DEA route
    • IV-2.1 Opportunities overview for investment on DEA route
    • IV-2.2 Diethanolamine
    • IV-2.2.1 Global diethanolamine production and supply
    • IV-2.2.2 Export situation in major production regions
    • IV-2.2.3 Global consumption, especially for glyphosate industry
    • IV-2.2.4 Forecast on future consumption
    • IV-2.2.5 Opportunities for diethanolamine suppliers for glyphosate industry
    • IV-2.3 Ethylene oxide
    • IV-2.3.1 Global ethylene oxide production and supply
    • IV-2.3.2 Global consumption, especially for glyphosate industry
    • IV-2.3.3 Forecast on future consumption
    • IV-3 Investment and raw material supply opportunities in AEA route
    • IV-3.1 Opportunities overview for investment on AEA route
    • IV-3.2 Glycine
    • IV-3.2.1 Global glycine production and supply
    • IV-3.2.2 Global glycine consumption
    • IV-3.2.3 Opportunities and challenges for glycine raw materials suppliers for glyphosate industry
    • IV-3.3 Paraformaldehyde
    • IV-3.3.1 Global overview
    • IV-3.3.2 Paraformaldehyde market situation in Asia
    • IV-3.3.3 Paraformaldehyde market situation in Europe
    • IV-3.3.4 Paraformaldehyde market situation in America
    • IV-3.3.5 Paraformaldehyde market situation in Africa and Oceania
    • IV-3.3.6 Global forecast to 2015
    • IV-4 Investment and raw material supply opportunities in IDAN route
    • IV-4.1 Opportunities overview for investment on IDAN route
    • IV-4.2 IDAN
    • IV-4.2.1 Global overview of IDAN industry
    • IV-4.2.2 Global IDAN production
    • IV-4.2.3 Influencing factors and cost structure of IDAN production
    • IV-4.2.4 Global IDAN consumption, especially for glyphosate industry
    • IV-4.2.5 Opportunities and challenges for IDAN and raw material suppliers for glyphosate industry
    • IV-5 Investment and supply opportunities for the universal upstream raw materials for glyphosate
    • IV-5.1 Phosphorus Chemicals
    • IV-5.1.1 Overview of global supply situation of phosphorus chemicals relevant to glyphosate
    • Phosphorus ore
    • Yellow phosphorus
    • Phosphorus trichloride
    • Dimethyl phosphite
    • IV-5.1.2 Production and consumption of yellow phosphorus
    • IV-5.1.3 Phosphorus trichloride and DMP supply in major glyphosate production regions and potential regions
    • IV-5.1.4 Global forecast to 2015
    • IV-5.1.5 Opportunities derived from global glyphosate industry development
    • IV-5.2 Chlor-alkali products
    • IV-5.2.1 Global overview of chlor-alkali industry
    • IV-5.2.2 Impacts of chlor-alkali products supply on glyphosate production
    • IV-5.3 Methanol
    • IV-5.3.1 Overview of global methanol supply
    • IV-5.3.2 Overview of global methanol consumption
    • IV-5.3.3 Interaction between glyphosate industry and methanol
    • V Non-product opportunities derived from development of global glyphosate industry
    • V-1 Technology solutions
    • Yield improvement
    • By-product recycling
    • Waste treatment
    • V-2 International trade and agent
    • VI Opportunities and recommendations for global petrochemical enterprises
    • VI-1 Profitable and promising nodes in the glyphosate value Chain related to petrochemical enterprises
    • VI-2 Future potential opportunities and investment direction
    • VII Opportunities and recommendations for market participant involved in natural gas chemical industry
    • VII-1 Current investment movements of natural gas chemical enterprises worldwide and factors behind
    • VII-2 Profitable and promising nodes in the glyphosate value Chain related to natural gas chemical industry
    • VII-3 Future potential opportunities and investment direction
    • VIII Opportunities and recommendations for market participant involved in phosphorus chemical industry
    • VIII-1 Profitable and promising nodes in the glyphosate value Chain related to phosphorus chemical industry
    • VIII-2 Future potential opportunities and investment direction
    • IX Opportunities in other industries (Coal, chlor-alkali)
    • X Appendix: Key players of glyphosate technical
    • X-1 Zhejiang Wynca Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd.
    • X-2 Zhejiang Jinfanda Bio-chemical Co., Ltd.
    • X-3 Shandong Weifang Rainbow Chemical Co., Ltd.
    • X-4 Sichuan Fuhua Agro-chemical Technology Co., Ltd.
    • X-5 Jiangsu Yangnong Chemical Group Co., Ltd.
    • X-6 Jiangsu Good Harvest-Weien Agrochemical Co., Ltd.
    • X-7 Anhui Huaxing Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
    • X-8 Nantong Jiangshan Agrochemical & Chemical Co., Ltd.
    • X-9 Monsanto
    • X-10 Atanor S.A
  • List of Tables
    • Table I-1-1 Key players of glyphosate technical in the world, 2011
    • Table I-3.1-1 Global production of bio-ethanol and bio-diesel in billion liters, 2006-2010
    • Table I-3.1-2 Production of bio-ethanol in the U.S. and Brazil, 2005-2009
    • Table I-3.1-3 Area under no-tillage by continent, 2008
    • Table I-3.1-4 Comparison of glyphosate, paraquat and glufosinate
    • Table II-3.1-1 Ingredients of AEA glyphosate alkali mother liquid and treated liquid
    • Table II-3.1-2 Treatment fee of membrane method on AEA glyphosate alkali mother liquid
    • Table II-3.1-3 Ingredients of AEA glyphosate acid mother liquid and concentrated liquid
    • Table II-3.1-4 Treatment fee of membrane method on AEA glyphosate acid mother liquid
    • Table II-3.1-5 Ingredients of IDA glyphosate mother liquid and treated liquid
    • Table II-3.1-6 Treatment fee of membrane method on IDA glyphosate mother liquid
    • Table II-3.3-1 Production cost competition among different routes, Dec. 2010, USD/t glyphosate
    • Table II-3.3-2 Raw material cost of AEA route, Dec. 2010
    • Table II-3.3-3 Raw material cost of DEA route, Dec. 2010
    • Table II-3.3-4 Raw material cost of IDAN route, Dec. 2010
    • Table III-1-1 Key regions of glyphosate technical makers in the world, 2011
    • Table III-3.2-1 Factors impacting the profitability of glyphosate business
    • Table III-4-1 Scenarios of glyphosate industry transfer from Southeast China to Western China, 2011
    • Table III-5.1-1 Questionnaire result for the possible regions to acquire part of China's glyphosate technical capacity, Q1 2011
    • Table III-5.1-2 Questionnaire result for the possible countries to acquire part of China's glyphosate technical capacity, Q1 2011
    • Table III-5.2-1 181 countries or regions collected for the analysis
    • Table III-5.2-2 Developed countries with GDP per capital higher than USD20,000 in 2009
    • Table III-5.2-3 Least developed countries with GDP per capital below USD1,500 in 2009
    • Table III-5.2-4 Least developed countries with GDP per capital above USD1,500, 2009
    • Table III-5.2-5 Excluded countries with area less than 10,000 square kilometers
    • Table III-5.2-6 Situation of excluded countries that have small glyphosate consumption
    • Table III-5.2-7 Countries screened out by previous four steps exclusion
    • Table III-5.3-1 19 countries finally screened out
    • Table III-5.3-2 Risk in possible countries' launch of new glyphosate technical production lines, 2011
    • Table IV-2.2.1-1 Main producers of EA in the U.S. in 2010
    • Table IV-2.2.1-2 Main Producers of EA in China in 2010
    • Table IV-2.2.1-3 Main producers of EA in West Europe in 2010, '000 tonnes
    • Table IV-2.2.1-4 Global output of EA and DEA in 2010, '000 tonnes
    • Table IV-2.2.2-1 Net Exports of EA around the world in 2010, '000 tonnes
    • Table IV-2.2.2-2 Net Exports of DEA around the world in 2010, '000 tonnes
    • Table IV-2.2.3-1 Global consumption of DEA by Region in 2010, '000 tonnes
    • Table IV-2.3.1-1 Production capacity of main EO producers, 2010, '000 t/a
    • Table IV-2.3.1-2 Output of EO by region, 2010
    • Table IV-2.3.2-1 Consumption of EO by regions, 2010
    • Table IV-3.1-1 Unit consumption of AEA route of glyphosate in 2010
    • Table IV-3.1-1 Unit consumption of AEA route of glyphosate in 2010
    • Table IV-3.2.1-1 Glycine output by grade in China, 2005-2010, tonnes
    • Table IV-3.2.1-2 The main glycine manufactures in China, 2010
    • Table IV-3.2.1-3 The main glycine manufactures in Japan, 2010
    • Table IV-3.2.2-1 Main global end-use segments of glycine in food
    • Table IV-3.2.2-2 Some end-use segments of glycine in pharmaceutical in China
    • Table IV-3.2.2-3 Consumption of glycine in glyphosate, 2001-2010, tonnes
    • Table IV-3.2.2-4 Main glycine producers and glycine consumers in China, 2010
    • Table IV-3.3.1-1 General information of global paraformaldehyde production in major continents
    • Table IV-3.3.2-1 Major paraformaldehyde producers in Asia
    • Table IV-3.3.3-1 Major paraformaldehyde producers in Europe, 2011
    • Table IV-3.3.4-1 Major paraformaldehyde producers in America, 2011
    • Table IV-4.2.2-1 Active IDAN producers in China, 2011
    • Table IV-4.2.2-2 Suspended construction line in China, 2011
    • Table IV-4.2.3-1 Unit cost of major raw material of IDAN production, Mar. 2011
    • Table IV-4.2.5-1 Raw material consumption situation of IDAN production in China, 2010
    • Table IV-5.1.2-1 Main yellow phosphorus manufacturers in the world
    • Table IV-5.1.2-2 Import situation of yellow phosphorus by country, 2008-2009
    • Table IV-5.1.3-1 Part of global phosphorus trichloride producers, 2010
    • Table IV-5.2.1-1 Operating rate of caustic soda production, 2006-2010
    • Table IV-5.2.1-2 Main producers of caustic soda and their capacities in the world
    • Table IV-5.2.1-3 Comparison of energy consumption for three production technologies, kWh/t ECU
    • Table IV-5.2.1-4 Structure of chlor-alkali production technologies
    • Table IV-5.3.1-1 General information of global methanol production in major regions
    • Table IV-5.3.3-1 Global consumption of methanol in different routes glyphosate production, 2010
  • List of Figures
    • Figure I-1-1 Total output of glyphosate in the world, 2006-2010
    • Figure I-1-2 Global glyphosate distribution, 2011
    • Figure I-1-3 China's glyphosate distribution, 2011
    • Figure I-1-4 Output share of China's glyphosate technical by distribution, 2006-2010
    • Figure I-1-5 Output share of China's glyphosate technical by distribution, 2010
    • Figure I-1-6 Circulation of glyphosate technical and PMIDA in the world, 2008
    • Figure I-2-1 Global glyphosate demand and its growth rate, 2006-2010
    • Figure I-2-2 Consumption structure of glyphosate by region, 2010
    • Figure I-3.1-1 Growth rates of glyphosate demand and related drivers, 2006-2010
    • Figure I-3.1-3 Global harvested area of biotech crops by trait, 2006-2010
    • Figure I-3.1-4 Dominant herbicide tolerant and stacked traits crops, 2005-2009
    • Figure I-3.2-1 Forecast of global glyphosate demand, 2011-2020
    • Figure II-1 Different routes of glyphosate technical production
    • Figure II-1-1 Supply of glyphosate technical by different route in the world, 2006-2010
    • Figure II-1-2 Market share of glyphosate by different route in the world, 2006-2010
    • Figure II-1-3 Production of glyphosate technical by route in China, 2006-2010
    • Figure II-2.1-1 Brief pathway of AEA route
    • Figure II-2.1-2 Flowchart of AEA route
    • Figure II-2.2-1 Brief pathway of DEA route
    • Figure II-2.2-2 Flowchart of DEA route
    • Figure II-2.3-1 Brief route of IDAN route
    • Figure II-2.3-2 Flowchart of IDAN route
    • Figure II-3.1-1 Flowchart of membrane method on AEA glyphosate alkali mother liquid
    • Figure II-3.1-2 Flowchart of membrane method on AEA glyphosate acid mother liquid
    • Figure II-3.1-3 Flowchart of membrane method on IDA glyphosate mother liquid
    • Figure II-3.4-1 Predicted supply of glyphosate technical by route in the world, 2011-2020
    • Figure II-3.4-2 Predicted growth rate of glyphosate supply by route, 2011-2020
    • Figure II-3.4-3 Predicted market share of glyphosate by route in the world, 2011-2020
    • Figure II-3.4-4 Predicted production of glyphosate technical by route in China, 2011-2020
    • Figure II-3.4-5 Predicted growth rate of glyphosate supply in China by route, 2011-2020
    • Figure III-3.1-1 Factors impacting the profitability of glyphosate business
    • Figure III-4-1 A survey result for the possibility of glyphosate capacity transfer from China to overseas countries, Q1, 2011
    • Figure IV-2.2.1-1 Global Output of EA, 2002-2010
    • Figure IV-2.2.1-2 Global output of DEA, 2002-2010
    • Figure IV-2.2.2-1 Imports of DEA in China from 2000 to 2010
    • Figure IV-2.2.3-5 Global consumption structure of DEA in 2010
    • Figure IV-2.2.3-6 Global consumption of DEA in glyphosate, 2005-2010, '000 tonnes
    • Figure IV-2.2.4-1 Future global consumption of DEA, 2006-2015, '000 tonne
    • Figure IV-2.3.1-1 Global production capacity of EO, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-2.3.1-2 Global output of EO, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-2.3.2-1 Global consumption of EO, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-2.3.2-2 Global consumption structure of EO, 2010
    • Figure IV-2.3.3-1 Forecast of EO consumption, 2011-2015, '000 tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-1 Global glycine capacity and output, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-2 Global glycine capacity by countries, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-3 Global glycine output by grade, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-4 Global glycine output by country, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-5 Tech-grade and other grade glycine capacity in China, 2005-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-6 Glycine capacity and output in Japan, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-7 Glycine output by grade in Japan, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-8 Glycine output in the U.S, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-9 Glycine output by grade in the U.S, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-10 Glycine output and capacity in India, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-11 Glycine output by grade in India, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-12 Glycine output in Netherlands, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-14 Glycine output in Belgium, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.1-15 Glycine output by grade in Belgium,2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-1 Global glycine apparent consumption, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-2 Global glycine consumption by grade, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-3 Glycine consumption in China, 2005-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-4 Glycine total and tech-grade consumption in China, 2005-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-5 Glycine consumption by grade in China, 2005-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-6 Glycine consumption in Japan, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-7 Glycine consumption by grade in Japan, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-8 Glycine consumption share in Japan, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-9 Glycine consumption in the U.S, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-10 Glycine consumption by grade in the U.S, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-11 Glycine consumption share in the U.S., 2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-12 Glycine consumption in India, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-13 Glycine consumption by grade in India, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-14 Glycine consumption share in India
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-15 Glycine consumption in Netherlands, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-16 Glycine consumption by grade in Netherlands, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-17 Glycine consumption share by grade in Netherlands, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-18 Glycine consumption in Netherlands, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-19 Glycine consumption by grade in Netherlands, 2008-2010, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-20 Glycine consumption in glyphosate and growth rate in China, 2011-2020
    • Figure IV-3.2.2-21 Global glycine consumption and growth rate, 2011-2020
    • Figure IV-3.2.3-1 AEA route glyphosate output in China, 2011-2020, '000, tonnes
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-1 Global production and consumption of paraformaldehyde, 2006~2011
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-2 Global production of paraformaldehyde, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-3 Global distribution of paraformaldehyde production, 2011
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-4 Global distribution of paraformaldehyde production in major producing countries
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-5 Global consumption situation of paraformaldehyde, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-6 Global consumption distribution of paraformaldehyde, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.1-7 Global consumption structure of paraformaldehyde, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.2-1 Paraformaldehyde production in Asia , 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.2-2 Distribution of paraformaldehyde production in Asia
    • Figure IV-3.3.2-3 Paraformaldehyde consumption in Asia, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.2-4 Consumption distribution of paraformaldehyde in Asia, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.2-5 Consumption structure of paraformaldehyde in Asia, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.3-1 Production of paraformaldehyde in Europe, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.3-2 Distribution of paraformaldehyde production in Europe
    • Figure IV-3.3.3-3 Paraformaldehyde consumption in Europe, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.3-4 Paraformaldehyde consumption distribution in Europe, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.3-5 Consumption structure of paraformaldehyde in Europe, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.4-1 Production of paraformaldehyde in America, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.4-2 Distribution of paraformaldehyde production in America, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.4-3 Paraformaldehyde consumption in America, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.4-4 Paraformaldehyde consumption distribution in America, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.4-5 Paraformaldehyde consumption structure in America, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.5-1 Paraformaldehyde consumption distribution in Africa, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.5-2 Paraformaldehyde consumption structure in Africa, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.5-3 Paraformaldehyde consumption distribution in Oceania, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.5-4 Paraformaldehyde consumption structure in Oceania, 2010
    • Figure IV-3.3.6-1 Global forecast of paraformaldehyde production, 2011~2015
    • Figure IV-3.3.6-2 Global forecast of paraformaldehyde demand, 2011~2015
    • Figure IV-4.2.1-1 Global production and consumption of IDAN, 2005~2010
    • Figure IV-4.2.2-1 IDAN output and growth rate in China, 2005-2010
    • Figure IV-4.2.2-2 Forecast on global IDAN production, 2011-2015
    • Figure IV-4.2.3-1 Production process of IDAN with natural gas as the original raw material, 2011
    • Figure IV-4.2.4-1 Global consumption situation of IDAN, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-4.2.4-2 Major consumption structure of IDAN in the world by country,2010
    • Figure IV-4.2.4-3 Major consumption structure of IDAN in the world by application area,2010
    • Figure IV-4.2.4-4 Global forecast of IDAN consumption, 2011~2015
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-1 Distribution of phosphorus ore in the world, 2008 (Unit million tonnes)
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-2 Global yellow phosphorus capacity structure by volume, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-3 Yellow phosphorus output of major countries and the world, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-4 Capacity structure of phosphorus trichloride by region, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-5 Output structure of phosphorus trichloride by region, 2008-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.1-6 Global production of dimethyl phosphite, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-1 Global yellow phosphorus capacity structure by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-2 Global yellow phosphorus output structure by region, 2009
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-3 Global yellow phosphorus export structure by region, 2008
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-4 Global yellow phosphorus export structure by region, 2009
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-5 Global consumption structure of yellow phosphorus by application volume, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-6 Global consumption structure of yellow phosphorus by region, 2009
    • Figure IV-5.1.2-7 Global consumption structure of yellow phosphorus in each region, 2009
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-1 Capacity structure of phosphorus trichloride by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-2 Output structure of phosphorus trichloride by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-3 Consumption structure of phosphorus trichloride by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-4 Output of phosphorus trichloride in China, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-5 Consumption structure of phosphorus trichloride in China, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-6 Consumption structure of phosphorus trichloride in the U.S., 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-7 Output of phosphorus trichloride in Europe, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-8 Consumption structure of phosphorus trichloride in Germany, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-9 Global distribution of dimethyl phosphite production
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-2 General information of global dimethyl phosphite production in major countries
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-10 Dimethyl phosphite production in China, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-3 Major DMP producers in China
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-4 Global major DMP producers except China
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-11 Global consumption of dimethyl phosphite, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-12 Global consumption structure of dimethyl phosphite, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.3-13 Global consumption distribution of dimethyl phosphite, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.1.4-1 Forecast on global yellow phosphorus production, 2011-2015
    • Figure IV-5.1.4-2 Forecast on global yellow phosphorus consumption, 2011-2015
    • Figure IV-5.1.4-3 Forecast on global phosphorus trichloride production, 2011-2015
    • Figure IV-5.2.1-1 Distribution of global caustic soda capacity, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-5.2.1-2 Distribution of global caustic soda output, 2006-2010
    • Figure IV-5.2.1-3 Output structure of global caustic soda, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.2.1-4 Global consumption structure of caustic soda by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.2.1-5 Global consumption structure of chlorine by region, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.3.1-1 Global production of methanol, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-5.3.1-2 Global distribution of methanol production
    • Figure IV-5.3.2-1 Global consumption situation of methanol, 2006~2010
    • Figure IV-5.3.2-2 Global consumption distribution of methanol, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.3.2-3 Global consumption structure of methanol, 2010
    • Figure IV-5.3.3-2 Cost of methanol in different route glyphosate production, 2011 (unit:USD/t)
    • Figure VI-1-1 Global consumption of DEA by glyphosate, 2005-2010, '000 tonnes
    • Figure VI-1-2 Global consumption of triethylamine in glyphosate, 2004-2010, '000 tonnes
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