Eastern Europe Industrial Gas Market Report 2017

Eastern Europe Industrial Gas Market Report 2017

  • October 2017 •
  • 60 pages •
  • Report ID: 5161740 •
  • Format: PDF
Eastern Europe’s industrial gas market was the seventh in the world. It currently has about 2.7% share of the global industrial gas market. The market in Eastern Europe grew at a CAGR of 12.1% in the historic period and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% in the forecast period. This is mainly due to the presence of a large number of automotive, food and beverages and oil and gas companies and increase in modern infrastructure, which are driving the demand for industrial gases in this region.

Nitrogen was the largest segment in the industrial gas market with around 28% share of the market. Nitrogen and other gases such as argon, neon acetylene had the largest share due to the strong presence of general manufacturing, chemicals, metal fabrication and food processing industries in the region. Hydrogen was the second largest segment with around 18% share of the industrial gas market. Oxygen was the third largest segment with around 17% share of the industrial gas market.

Carbon Dioxide Supply To Greenhouses
Industrial gas companies are supplying carbon dioxide emitted from industrial facilities to greenhouses. CO2 emitted from power plants and refineries is stored in local capacities and empty natural gas fields, and then transported to greenhouses via pipelines. This process acts as an intelligent CO2 recycling solution and reduces the carbon footprint of greenhouses. For example, Linde collects carbon flow from the Shell oil refinery near Rotterdam, Netherlands, and supplies about 400,000 tonnes of CO2 to over 580 greenhouses across Rotterdam and Amsterdam. This saves the combustion of 115 million cubic meters of natural gas and avoids emissions of 205,000 tonnes per year of CO2.
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