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Catalysts for Oil Refining in Russia: Production, Market and Forecast (2nd Edition)

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This report is the second edition of the research market catalysts refinery in Russia.

The purpose of research - analysis of the Russian market of oil refining catalysts.

The object of the study are catalysts for catalytic cracking hydroprocessing (hydrotreating, hydrodesulfurization, hydrocracking, hydrodewaxing, reforming, isomerization).

Is a desk study. As information sources, we used data of Federal Service of State Statistics of Russia (Rosstat), statistics of rail transportation, customs statistics, database of "InfoMine". Were also involved in the materials sector and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies, web-sites of company-producers and consumers of catalysts, as well as scientific and technical literature.

Chronological framework of the study: 2006-2014; Forecast - 2015-2020.

Geography Research: Russia.

The volume of research: report consists of 6 Sections, contains 172 pages, including 80 tables, 27 figures and 10 applications.

The first chapter is devoted to a description of the classification of the catalysts of oil refining and identifying the main areas of use of catalytic processes in refineries.

In the second chapter the deployed nomenclature produced in Russian oil refining catalysts and a brief description. An overview of the main raw materials required for the production of catalysts for oil refining.

The third chapter is devoted to the production of catalysts of oil refining in Russia. Given the statistical and estimated data on volumes of these catalysts in Russia in 2006-2014, revealed the structure of the catalysts of the type of issue. A review of Russian enterprises producing oil refining catalysts, as well as organizations involved in the development and implementation of these catalysts.

The fourth chapter is devoted to analysis of foreign trade operations of Russian oil refining catalysts in 2006-2014 In addition, a description of the main foreign companies supplying these catalysts on the Russian market. This chapter also gives information about the level of export-import prices on petroleum refining catalysts of various kinds in 2006-2014 (cracking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, reforming and isomerization).

In the fifth chapter of the report analyzes consumption of petroleum refining catalysts in Russia. In this section the balance of production and consumption of these products in 2006-2014, the structure of consumption by type. Also, the characteristic of the oil refining industry of the Russian Federation and the review of the use of catalysts in refining the various processes.

The sixth chapter presents forecast of development of Russian market of oil refining catalysts for the period up to 2020.

The appendix contains a list of existing and planned systems of cracking, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, reforming, isomerization, hydro, producing xylenes in Russia.

Also given addresses and contact information of enterprises producing and consuming oil refining catalysts.

The target audience of the research:

  • Refining catalysts market participants - producers, consumers, traders;
  • Potential investors.

The proposed study claims the role of reference for marketing services and professionals to make managerial decisions, working in the oil market.

Table of Contents

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

1. Classification of catalysts and the main applications of catalytic processes in oil refining

2. The range of catalysts produced in Russia and refining raw materials for their production

3. Production of oil refining catalysts in Russia in 2006-2014

  • 3.1. Dynamics of production of oil refining catalysts
  • 3.2 Companies producing and refining the structure of manufacture of catalysts
  • 3.3. The current state of the main Russian producers of oil refining catalysts
    • JSC "Gazprom Neft-Omsk Refinery" (Omsk)
    • Ltd. "Salavat Catalyst Plant" (Rep. Bashkortostan)
    • The company "CST Group" (Rep. Bashkortostan)
    • Ltd. "Ishimbay specialized chemical plant catalysts" (ISKHZK)
    • Ltd. "Sterlitamakskij plant catalysts"
    • CJSC "Industrial catalysts" (Ryazan region).
    • JSC "Angarsk plant of catalysts and organic synthesis" - AZKiOS (Irkutsk region).
    • Ltd. "Novokuibyshev plant catalysts" (Samara region).
    • Other businesses
  • 3.4. The main scientific and industrial organizations of Russia, involved in the development of oil refining catalysts
    • Institute of Catalysis im.K. Boreskov SB RAS (Novosibirsk)
    • Company Cathachim (Moscow)
    • Research-and-Production Firm "OLKAT" (Saint-Petersburg)
    • NPP Neftehim" (Krasnodar)

4. Export-import of Russian oil refining catalysts in 2006-2014

  • 4.1. The volume of exports and imports in kind and in cash
  • 4.2. Direction and structure of export-import supplies
  • 4.3. Overview of Russian export-import prices in oil refining catalysts 2006-2014
  • 4.4. The main foreign supplier companies in Russian oil refining catalysts
    • BASF Catalysts
    • Grace, Chevron, ART
    • Albemarle Catalysts Company
    • UOP
    • Criterion Catalyst Company
    • Johnson Matthey Catalysts
    • Haldor Topsoe

5. Consumption of petroleum refining catalysts in Russia in 2006-2014

  • 5.1. Supply-demand balance of oil refining catalysts
  • 5.2. Description and overview of the situation in the refining industry of the Russian Federation
  • 5.3 The use of catalysts in the fundamental processes of refining at Russian refineries
    • Catalytic cracking
    • Hydroprocessing (hydrotreating, hydrocracking, hydrodewaxing)
    • Reforming, isomerization, aromatics production

6. Forecast of production and consumption of oil refining catalysts until 2020

Appendix 1. The catalytic cracking unit at refineries Russia

Appendix 2. hydrotreating unit at refineries Russia

Appendix 3. hydrocracker at refineries Russia

Appendix 4. Plants dewaxing oil to refineries in Russia

Appendix 5. reformer to refineries in Russia

Appendix 6. isomerization unit to refineries in Russia

Appendix 7. Plants produce xylenes to refineries in Russia

Appendix 8. Contact information on enterprise-producers of oil refining catalysts in Russia

Appendix 9. Address Book foreign companies producing oil refining catalysts

Appendix 10. Address Book application of the main enterprise-consumers of oil refining catalysts in Russia

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: Main applications of catalytic processes in oil refining
  • Table 2: Composition of technical xylene obtained in various ways,% by weight
  • Table 3: Range and characteristics of the main catalysts for oil refining produced in Russia
  • Table 4: The main Russian producers of oil refining catalysts
  • Table 5: Main raw materials and suppliers for the production of catalysts for oil refining
  • Table 6: The supply of raw material for aluminum catalyst enterprises of Russia in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 7: Production of petroleum refining catalysts at Russian enterprises in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Table 8: Specifications refining catalysts of "Gazprom Neft-Omsk Refinery" and their comparison with foreign counterparts
  • Table 9: Financial Performance Ltd. "SKatZ" in 2010-2013, mln.
  • Table 10: Specifications catalyst OKTIFAYN production ISKHZK
  • Table 11: Specifications Catalysts Adamant production ISKHZK
  • Table 12: Main characteristics of hydrotreating catalysts TNK brand produced by "industrial catalysts"
  • Table 13: Main characteristics of catalysts IR-GO-1 in accordance with the specifications 2177-019-44912618-2007
  • Table 14: Setting working on catalysts produced by JSC "Industrial Catalysts"
  • Table 15: Key financial indicators of JSC "Industrial catalysts" in 2007-2013, mln
  • Table 16: Production of the catalysts towards the use of "AZKiOS" in 2009-2013, t
  • Table 17: Production of catalysts "AZKiOS" in monetary terms and prices of different types of catalysts in 2009-2013, mln., Rubles. / Kg
  • Table 18: Nomenclature of hydrotreating and hydrocracking catalysts, produced by JSC "AZKiOS"
  • Table 19: Main characteristics of the catalyst GO-38A production AZKiOS
  • Table 20: Main characteristics of the catalyst GO-15 production AZKiOS
  • Table 21: Main characteristics of the catalyst AGKD-400 production AZKiOS
  • Table 22: Main characteristics of catalysts SGK-1 and SHA-5 production AZKiOS
  • Table 23: Main characteristics of the catalyst GI-03M production AZKiOS
  • Table 24: Main characteristics of the catalyst KDM-10 production AZKiOS
  • Table 25: Main characteristics of the catalyst GCM-21M production AZKiOS
  • Table 26: Exports of petroleum refining catalysts "AZKiOS" in 2006-2013, t
  • Table 27: Major financial and economic indicators of "AZKiOS" in 2010-2013
  • Table 28: Main characteristics of hydrotreating catalysts gasoline fractions production NC contacts
  • Table 29: Main characteristics of catalysts for hydrotreating diesel fractions production NZK
  • Table 30: Main characteristics of vacuum gas oil hydrotreating catalysts production of NC contacts
  • Table 31: Key financial indicators LLC "NC contacts" in 2007-2012, mln.
  • Table 32: Refining Catalysts developed by JSC "Nizhny Novgorod sorbents"
  • Table 33: Major domestic developers refining catalysts
  • Table 34: Indicators of the catalyst RK 231M in accordance with TU 2177-008-1711804
  • Table 35: Indicators of the catalyst RK 222M in accordance with TU 38.10113789
  • Table 36: Indicators of the catalyst RK 242m according to TU 2177-011-40431454
  • Table 37: Indicators of the catalyst RK 442M in accordance with TU 2177-009-11711804
  • Table 38: Indicators of the catalyst RK 438M in accordance with TU 2177-005-40431454
  • Table 39: Indicators of the catalyst RK 720m according to TU 2177-007-40431454
  • Table 40: Main characteristics of catalysts RB-44U NPF "OLKAT"
  • Table 41: Results of the industrial exploitation of reforming catalysts NPF "OLKAT"
  • Table 42: Main characteristics of the catalyst SG-3P-M NPF "OLKAT"
  • Table 43: Main characteristics of catalysts for heavy tires
  • Table 44: Main characteristics of catalysts KSU NPF "OLKAT"
  • Table 45: The conditions of the process for hydrodesulfurization catalyst KSU-950
  • Table 46: Main characteristics of isomerization catalysts NPF "OLKAT"
  • TABLE 47: Key Features of the hydroisomerization catalyst TO-150B SPF "OLKAT"
  • Table 48: Main characteristics of the isomerization catalyst SI-2 NPP "Neftehim"
  • Table 49: Implementation of the refinery technology "Isomalk-2" and the delivery isomerization catalysts SI-2
  • Table 50: Main characteristics of reforming catalysts "NPP" Neftehim "
  • Table 51: Results of the use of reforming catalysts REF Russian refineries
  • Table 52: Foreign trade in petroleum refining catalysts in the Russian Federation in 2006-2014, t, th. USD
  • Table 53: Share of exports of oil refining catalysts from production in Russia in 2006-2014,%
  • Table 54: The main recipient countries catalysts nefteperabotki from Russia in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 55: Supplies of oil refining catalysts from Russia by kinds in 2006-2014, t
  • TABLE 56 that Russian companies-suppliers of catalysts in oil refining 2006-2014, t
  • Table 57: Areas of the imports of petroleum refining catalysts in Russia in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 58: Supply of imported oil refining catalysts in Russia by kinds in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 59: The main Russian recipients of imported oil refining catalysts in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 60: Average export prices of the Russian Federation on refining catalysts of various kinds in 2006-2014, $ / kg
  • Table 61: Average import prices of the Russian Federation on refining catalysts of various kinds in 2006-2014, $ / kg
  • Table 62: Average import prices for the various types of catalysts refinery acquired Russian refineries in 2010-14, USD / kg
  • Table 63: Average prices for petroleum refining catalysts of various kinds, set in Russia in 2010-2014 the major Western companies, USD / kg
  • Table 64: Major western producers of oil refining catalysts, delivers them to Russia in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 65: Importers of oil refining catalysts, BASF Catalysts in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 66: Russian consumers catalysts companies Grace, ART and Chevron in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 67: Russian consumers catalysts Axens company in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 68: Russian consumers catalysts Albemarle Catalysts Company in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 69: Russian consumers catalysts of UOP in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 70: Russian consumers catalysts Criterion Catalyst Company in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 71: Russian consumers catalysts Johnson Matthey Catalysts in 2008-2014, t
  • Table 72: Russian consumers company Haldor Topsoe catalysts in 2006-2014, t
  • Table 73: Volumes of consumption of petroleum refining catalysts in Russia in 2007-2014, th.,%
  • Table 74: Volumes of consumption of oil refining catalysts in Russia by kinds in 2010-2014, th.,%
  • Table 75: Production of the main types of oil products in Russia in 1990-2014, mln t
  • Table 76: The volume of primary oil refining by Russian companies in 2009-2014, mln t
  • Table 77: Ratio with secondary and primary oil refining in Russia and other countries (2010),%
  • Table 78: Investments in the modernization of Russian refining industry until 2030, billion rubles
  • Table 79: The introduction of new facilities and installations recycling of oil in Russia up to 2020
  • Table 80: Consumption of petroleum refining catalysts by types in Russia in 2010-2014 and forecast up to 2020

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: Dynamics of production of catalysts of oil refining in Russia in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 2: Structure of manufacture of catalysts for Russian enterprises in 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2014%
  • Figure 3: Structure of the release of oil refining catalysts by type in 2013-2014,%
  • Figure 4: Dynamics of production of catalysts in petroleum refining OAO "Gazprom Neft-Omsk Refinery" in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 5: Dynamics of production of catalysts Ltd. "SKatZ" in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 6: Production of catalysts "AZKiOS" * in 2003-2013, t
  • Figure 7: Dynamics of export-import supplies of oil refining catalysts in Russia in 2006-2014, t
  • Figure 8: Dynamics of export of Russian oil refining spent catalysts in 2006-2014, t
  • Figure 9: exports of Russian oil refining catalysts in 2006-2014,%
  • Figure 10: Structure of exports of oil refining catalysts from Russia,% (averaged over 2006-2014)
  • Figure 11: Structure of imports of refined petroleum catalysts in volume and value terms,% (averaged over 2006-2013 and 11 months. 2014)
  • Figure 12: Structure of the Russian recipients of refining catalysts 2006-2014,%
  • Figure 13: Total deliveries of petroleum refining catalysts directly to refineries and oil companies of Russia (2006-2013 and 11 months. 2014), kt.
  • Figure 14: Comparison of import and export price hydroprocessing catalysts in 2006-2014, USD / kg
  • Figure 15: Deliveries of petroleum refining catalysts Western companies in Russia in 2006-2014,%
  • Figure 16: Distribution of supplies to the Russian oil refining catalysts for companies supplying in 2006-2014,%
  • Figure 17: Distribution of supplies to the Russian main types of catalysts for oil refining companies to suppliers (averaged over 2010-2014),%
  • Figure 18: Dynamics of domestic consumption of petroleum refining catalysts in Russia (thous. Tons) and the share of imports (%) in 2006-2014
  • Figure 19: Proportion of use in Russian domestic and foreign refining catalysts of various kinds (the average figure for 2010-2014),%
  • Figure 20: Structure of consumption of petroleum refining catalysts by type (averaged over 2006-2014),%
  • Figure 21: Shares of companies in the catalyst market in Russia in 2013,%
  • Figure 22: The volume of oil refining at Russian refineries (million tons) and oil refining depth (%) in 1998-2014
  • Figure 23: The main Russian refineries in terms of oil refining in 2013, mln t
  • Figure 24: Consumption of cracking catalysts by Grace and BASF Russian refineries in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 25: Consumption of hydrotreating and hydrocracking catalysts foreign production by Russian refineries in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 26: Consumption of reforming catalysts foreign production by Russian refineries in 2006-2014, kt.
  • Figure 27: Forecast of production and consumption of oil refining catalysts in Russia up to 2020, kt.
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