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Extracts/Key trends

Key trends

  • New Chinese urea capacity has continued to come on stream even though urea has been in serious oversupply in China.
  • In China, there are many new plants relying on competitively priced feedstock and that show high energy efficiency.
  • The coal price decline in China, has contributed to shift the international floor price for Urea down.
  • The Chinese government has liberalised Urea export markets, which means that additional Urea capacity can be competitive in international markets.

Below are extracts of the in-depth data and analysis included in the report:

EXTRACT 1: China Urea capacity, 2002-2015 (million tpy, product)
china urea extract 1

EXTRACT 2: Top 10 granular Urea producers, 2015 (thousand tpy)
china urea extract 2

EXTRACT 3: China vs International Urea price comparison, 2012-2016 (US$ per tonne)
china urea extract 3

 

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