Integer View from China 19 June 2017 – DAP producers discuss supply management; China potash contract analysis; Presentations now available
Lynn Wang, Integer’s Research Manager in China analyses the industry’s most unpredictable and complicated market in Integer’s ‘View from China’ Chinese DAP producers discuss supply management, but words butter no parsnips By Lynn Wang – Research Manager based in China Lynn.Wang@integer-research.com Since December 2016, Chinese large DAP producers, such as Yuntianhua, Wengfu and Kailin, have
The Integer View 06 June 2017 – Global Urea Market Update; OCP Host Site Tour; Copper Smelter Up For Privatization; Potential Jansen Production Date
The struggling global urea market can’t look to India for respite this year By Alistair Wallace – Fertilizer and Chemical Research Manager email@example.com Falling domestic urea sales in India over the last 18 months reduced Indian urea imports from 10.0 million tonnes in 2015 to just under 7.0 million tonnes in 2016. This figure looks set
The European Wire and Cable Market Presentation 2017
Integer Wire & Cable Director, Philip Radbourne, gave the closing presentation at the Europacable General Assembly 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. He discussed the current state of the European wire and cable market and the impact of of Brexit. The presentation is available via download using the instructions below. Content in the presentation: Short term trends in
Inside look at specialty power cable demand and use in the renewable energy sector
The renewable energy sector is one to watch among power cable producers. The sector is growing quickly and has a strong outlook for specialty power cable demand over the next five years. This is particularly true for wind power and solar photovoltaic (PV) produced electricity, two of the fastest growing renewable sources of electricity across the globe. The
The Integer View 22 May 2017 – Chinese Coal Capacity; EU Compromise with Gazprom; Senegal Phosphate Project Update; Legacy Potash Mine Bethune
I got 99 problems and China’s coal market is yuan By Laura Cross – Nitrogen Research Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Ambitious coal capacity rationalisation measures are underway in China. The country has already eliminated around 560 million tonnes of coal capacity and closed 7,250 coal mines in 2011-2015. In 2016, China removed 290 million tpy of coal capacity and
Integer View from China 12 May 2017 – Improved urea producers’ profit; China fertilizer VAT cut; Crop area substitution to urea consumption
Message from Oliver Hatfield – Director of Fertilizers and Chemicals It will be of little surprise to know that the country our analyst team get the most questions about is China. It’s the biggest country consumer and producer of most products – and even small % changes in volumes can significantly move the global market.
UPDATED INFOGRAPHIC – 10 things you should know about the North American DEF market
With the help of The North American SCR & DEF Forecast Service, we’ve updated our DEF market infographic. See below! Also, we’re holding a FREE WEBINAR focusing on North America’s DEF market, on June 7th 2017, at 5pm London time. Register even if you can’t attend – we’ll send all webinar registrants the recording and presentation after
The Integer View 21 April 2017 – Chinese Concentrated Solar Power Development; Potash Production Begins; China Sulphur Production Outlook
Chinese concentrated solar power development to push potassium nitrate consumption up By Lynn Wang – Research Manager based in China Lynn.Wang@integer-research.com Concentrated solar power (CSP) systems which use concentrated sunlight to run steam turbines have been receiving a lot of attention in recent years as a potential low cost alternative to photovoltaic cells. Molten salt
Global Sulphur demand: How will China’s 27% share of consumption develop?
By Meena Chauhan – Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Research Manager China is the leading consumer of sulphur worldwide, with demand across fertilizer and other sectors in 2016 representing over a quarter of global consumption. Changes to China’s local consumption is a major consideration for the global sulphur balance due to the size of its import requirement.
INFOGRAPHIC: Six trends in the mining industry
For those working with specialty cable, mining is potentially one of the largest industries to invest in and understanding how it is developing is vital to success in the market. Integer’s Focus Report: The Market for Specialty Cable is the only report available delivering in-depth independent analysis and data for the mining industry. Click on the infographic to find