U.S. Market for petrochemical catalysts to grow to $4.6 billion by 2015

Catalysts for chemical and petroleum refining processes constitute a significant business in the United States. BCC estimates total merchant sales of these products in the U.S. in 2010 at about $4.1 billion. The total U.S. market value is forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 2.5% to reach more than $4.6 billion by 2015.

Learn about the most important technological, economic, political, and environmental considerations in the U.S. catalyst industry. This report includes chapters on applications and markets of chemical as well as petroleum refining catalysts, technology, government regulation, industry structure and supplier company profiles…

Use this report to:

  • Understand the structure of the catalyst industry, with emphasis on the major domestic producers and suppliers and the growing trend in supplier-user alliances, as well as the activities of major foreign-owned supplier companies that operate in the United States
  • Make informed business decisions about the development, formulation, manufacture, sale, and use of catalysts, catalytic processes, and ancillary businesses such as catalyst supports, additives, and regeneration
  • Evaluate the market and competitive environments for catalysts used in chemical processes, for catalysts used in petroleum refining, and established and emerging catalyst technologies
  • Understand and negotiate government regulation and public policy, particularly regulations regarding refined motor fuels, both gasoline and diesel.

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Estimate of U.S. Catalyst Markets by Process for 2010 and 2015

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