Phosphate industry outlook: key questions facing the global market
Integer Research’s Head of Phosphate and NPK, Ibi Idoniboye, looks at the key questions facing the phosphate industry – and invites you to a complimentary webinar which will address these questions in detail. It is commonly agreed that the global phosphates market remains fundamentally weak, particularly at the downstream level. Market oversupply (more operational capacity
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Integer deliver concise and insightful phosphate market presentations that provide a great window into the prospects of the global phosphate market, and the key issues impacting its outlook. Register even if you can’t attend: We’ll send all registrants a link to the webinar recording – to watch when it suits you Webinar date, duration and times: Date: Thursday
Diesel in Europe – what does the future hold?
By Ben Fielden, Conference Manager at Integer Research, currently building the program for Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2018 The recent decision by German high courts has now allowed bans on Euro 4 and Euro 5 diesel engines in major cities, while last year there were warnings of other cities in Europe considering
Free webinars available on demand – China and India SCR and AdBlue® Markets
This month we ran free webinars in line with the recent publication of The China SCR & AdBlue® Forecast Service and The India SCR & AdBlue® Forecast Service. Our extremely well-attended China focused webinar took place on 15th March. It covered the following key topics: How to comply with the emissions control legislation in China
India’s path to becoming the world’s fourth largest SCR & AdBlue® market
By Alex Wood, Analyst at Integer Research, and Editor of The India SCR & AdBlue® Forecast Service The Indian government has been proactive in taking steps to prepare the market for the introduction of Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) emission standards on the 1st April 2020. The standards will be enforced on the same date across the country,
Sulphuric Acid Market in 2017 – a concise review
By Oliver Hatfield – Director of Fertilizers and Chemicals Sulphuric acid prices were generally higher in the last two months of 2017 as the balance between supply and demand in most markets was either closely matched or tight. According to the last quarterly analysis in Integer’s Sulphuric Acid Market Service, most of the countries that had
Was the Q4 2017 sulphur price really a blip?
By Oliver Hatfield – Director of Fertilizers and Chemicals If you accurately forecast sulphur price movements during the last quarter of 2017, then you can certainly be pleased with yourself. The market was highly volatile in that period and the extent and velocity of the fly up caught most market players by surprise. The volatility began
Integer View from China January 2018 – Environment taxes in China: How influential will they be in 2018?
The Chinese government’s efforts to tackle pollution have become one of the most influential drivers of the country’s fertilizer sector in recent years. This will continue with new environment taxes being levied from January 1st, 2018 which will affect the nitrogen sector. At present initial stage, the environment tax only includes air and water pollution.
Is there an end to high SOP prices?
Integer’s Lead Potash Analyst Rebecca Hayward introduces Integer’s research on SOP with a focus on the reasons behind the sustained SOP price premium over MOP, it’s future and likely SOP capacity developments Unlike the chloride-comprising counterpart muriate of potash (MOP), SOP (potassium sulphate) is positioning itself as the golden child of the potash family. Since
The Integer View 18 December 2017 – The impact of China gas shortages on urea supply and Integer visit Sirius’s Woodsmith site
How China gas shortages will affect domestic urea supply By Lynn Wang, China Research Manager firstname.lastname@example.org China’s gas demand is set to hit record highs this winter, driven by a major switch from coal to gas for heating in North China, as the government of China seeks to reduce pollution. According to PetroChina, China’s total gas