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Outlook for world urea market – senior analyst presents in Beijing

Andrea Valentini, Senior Analyst at Integer, recently presented on worldwide urea supply, its current situation and future outlook, at Integer’s Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum 2012 in Beijing.

The presentation covered various aspects such as price trends, production costs, supply/demand balance, and industry profitability. Notably, Andrea illustrated how the current tight global supply/demand situation is expected to change – between 2012 and 2014 – with a surge in new urea investment likely to lead to a significant drop in global urea capacity utilisation.

Andrea’s presentation drew information from Integer’s Nitrogen Cost and Profit Margin Service and AdBlue & DEF Monitor, find out more below.


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