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Ammonia in Russia, the CIS and the world: Production, Market and Forecast (8 edition)

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This report is the eighth edition of the study of the ammonia market in Russia, the CIS countries and the world.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the ammonia markets of the world, Russian and CIS countries.

The object of study is anhydrous ammonia.

This work is a desk study. The databases of the UN (UNdate), the Statistical Committees of the CIS countries (including Rosstat, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, the Statistics Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan), customs statistics of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, official statistics of railway transportation of the Russian Federation were used as sources of information; materials of industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, websites of sulfur producers and consumers, as well as the Infomine database.

Chronological scope of the study: 1996-2021; forecast - 2022-2030

Research geography: Russian Federation - comprehensive detailed market analysis; the world and the CIS countries - a general retrospective analysis of the market.

 

The report consists of 7 parts, contains 213 pages, including 76 tables, 63 figures and 2 appendices.

The first chapter provides a brief description of the global ammonia market for the period 1995-2021, as well as the prospects for its development.

The second chapter provides information about the ammonia production technology used in industry, the main type of raw material (natural gas) and the directions of its supply to the CIS.

The third chapter of this review is devoted to the production of ammonia in the CIS in 1997-2021. In particular, this chapter provides a description of the current state of the main ammonia producers in the CIS countries.

The fourth and fifth chapters contain information on export-import operations with ammonia in the Russian Federation and Ukraine in 1999-2021. and the price level for this product.

The sixth chapter describes the ammonia consumption market in Russia and Ukraine. It analyzes in detail the structure of chemical consumption, the "production-consumption" balance. An overview of the main branches of ammonia consumption is given, as well as a description of the largest consumer enterprises of this product.

The seventh chapter of the report provides a forecast for the development of the Russian ammonia market for the period up to 2030.

The appendix contains the addresses and contact information of enterprises producing ammonia in Russia and the CIS countries, as well as the main Russian consumers of the product.

 

Target audience of the study:

- participants of the ammonia market - producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study purports to be a reference tool for marketing and decision makers working in the ammonia market.

Annotation

 

Introduction

 

I. Brief description of the global ammonia market in 2010-2021

I.1. Ammonia production facilities

I.2. Raw materials for ammonia production

I.3. Cost and production volumes of ammonia in the world

I.4. World consumption and trade of ammonia

I.5. Price situation in the global ammonia market

 

II. Ammonia production technology and raw materials used in industry

II.1. Ammonia production technology

II.2. Capacities for the production of ammonia in the CIS

II.3. Main suppliers of raw materials

II.4. Directions and volumes of supplies of raw materials to ammonia producers

 

III. Ammonia production in the CIS countries

III.1. Product quality

III.2. The volume of ammonia production in the CIS in 1997-2021

III.2.1. Ammonia production in Russia in 1996-2021

III.2.1.1. Volumes and structure of production

III.2.1.2. Russian holdings for the production of nitrogen mineral fertilizers

Mineral and chemical company (MCC) "EuroChem"

PhosAgro Group

JSC United Chemical Company UralChem

JSC "SDS Azot"

Akron group of companies

CJSC "Corporation "Togliattiazot"

III.2.1.3. The current state of the largest manufacturing enterprises

PJSC "Togliattiazot" (Togliatti, Samara region)

JSC NAK "Azot" (Novomoskovsk, Tula region)

JSC Nevinnomyssky Azot (Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol Territory)

PJSC "Akron" (Veliky Novgorod), PJSC "Dorogobuzh" (Smolensk region)

F-l "KCCW" JSC "UCC "Uralhim" (Kirovo-Chepetsk, Kirov region)

F-l "Azot" JSC "UCC "UralChem" (Berezniki, Perm Territory)

F-l "Perm Mineral Fertilizers" JSC "UCC "UralChem" in Perm

JSC "Apatit" (Cherepovets, Vologda region)

Minudobreniya JSC (Rossosh, Voronezh region)

KAO "Azot" (Kemerovo region)

Other enterprises

III.2.1.4. Comparative characteristics of the main Russian ammonia producers

III.2.1.5. Features of the production and sale of ammonia in the domestic and foreign markets

III.2.2. Ammonia production in Ukraine

III.2.3. Ammonia production in Uzbekistan

III.2.4. Ammonia production in Belarus

III.2.5. Ammonia production in Turkmenistan

III.2.6. Ammonia production in other CIS countries

III.2.6. The largest ammonia producers in the CIS

 

IV. Export-import of ammonia

IV.1. Export-import of ammonia in the Russian Federation in 1997-2021

IV.1.1. Volumes of export-import

IV.1.2. Trends and features of export-import

IV.2. Export-import of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2021

 

V. Review of ammonia prices

V.1. Domestic prices for ammonia in Russia in 2004-2021

V.2. Dynamics of Russian export-import prices in 1997-2021

V.3. Domestic prices for ammonia in Ukraine in 2004-2021

V.4. Dynamics of Ukrainian export-import prices in 1999-2021

 

VI. Ammonia consumption

VI.1. Ammonia consumption balance

VI.1.1. Balance of ammonia consumption in Russia in 1997-2021

VI.1.2. Balance of ammonia consumption in Ukraine in 1999-2021

VI.2. Structure of ammonia consumption in Russia

VI.3. The main industries-consumers of ammonia

VI.3.1. Production of nitrogen fertilizers

VI.3.2. Production of phosphate and complex fertilizers

VI.3.3. Production of caprolactam and acrylonitrile

VI.4. Main consumer enterprises, their projects

PhosAgro Group – JSC Apatit (formerly PhosAgro-Cherepovets, Ammofos, Vologda Region), BF JSC Apatit (formerly Balakovo Mineral Fertilizers, Saratov Region), VF JSC Apatit (formerly LLC "Metakhim", Volkhov, Leningrad region)

MCC "EuroChem" - LLC "PG Phosphorite" (Leningrad region), LLC "EuroChem-BMU" (Stavropol Territory)

UCC "UralChem" - JSC "Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers" (Moscow region)

Other large Russian enterprises-consumers of ammonia

 

VII. Forecast of production and consumption of ammonia in Russia for the period up to 2030

 

Appendix 1. Contact information of ammonia producers in the CIS

Appendix 2. Contact information of Russian enterprises-consumers of ammonia

Table 1. The world's largest importers of ammonia in 2012-2021, thousand tons

Table 2. The world's largest exporters of ammonia in 2012-2021, thousand tons

Table 3: Distribution of ammonia units by Russian enterprises

Table 4: Design energy consumption figures for Russian ammonia plants

Table 5: Ammonia producers in the CIS countries and their capacities as of the beginning of 2022

Table 6: Distribution of Russian ammonia producers by agrochemical holdings and their supply of raw materials in 2021

Table 7: Technical requirements for the quality of anhydrous ammonia (according to GOST 6221-90)

Table 8: Ammonia production in the CIS countries in 1998-2021, thousand tons

Table 9: Ammonia production in Russia by enterprises in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Table 10: Holdings belonging to the main enterprises producing mineral fertilizers in the Russian Federation in 2021

Table 11: Main milestones in the development of ammonia production of PJSC "Togliattiazot"

Table 12: Geographic structure of ammonia exports of PJSC Togliattiazot in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 13: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by PJSC "Togliattiazot" in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 14: Some financial indicators of PJSC Togliattiazot in 2001-2020, billion rubles

Table 15: Key milestones in the development of ammonia production at JSC NAK "Azot"

Table 16: Geographical structure of ammonia exports of NAK Azot JSC in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 17: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by JSC NAK "Azot" in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 18: Some financial indicators of NAK Azot JSC in 2004-2021

Table 19: Key milestones in the development of ammonia production at JSC "Nevinnomyssky Azot"

Table 20: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Nevinnomyssky Azot" in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 21: Some financial indicators of Nevinnomyssky Azot JSC in 2004-2021

Table 22: Key production capacities of PJSC Acron and PJSC Dorogobuzh

Table 23: Consumption of natural gas and electricity by Acron Group plants in 2008-2016

Table 24: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by Acron holding enterprises in 2004-2021, t, %

Table 25: Geographic structure of exports of ammonia PJSC "Akron" in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 26: Some financial indicators of PJSC Acron in 2003-2020

Table 27: Some financial indicators of PJSC "Dorogobuzh" in 2004-2021

Table 28: Projects to increase the production capacity of Acron Group enterprises in 2017-2021

Table 29: Main milestones in the development of the ammonia production of the "KChKhK" branch of JSC "UCC "UralChem"

Table 30: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by the KChKhK branch of UCC UralChem JSC in 2004-2021, t,%

Table 31: Geographical structure of ammonia exports by the KChKhK f-scrap JSC UCC UralChem in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 32: Main milestones in the development of ammonia production of the Azot branch of JSC UCC UralChem

Table 33: Main milestones in the development of ammonia production of the PMU branch of JSC UCC UralChem

Table 34: Main milestones in the development of ammonia production of JSC "Apatit"

Table 35: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by JSC "Apatit" in 2004-2021, t

Table 36: Some financial indicators of Apatit JSC in 2003-2021

Table 37: Milestones in the development of ammonia production at the Rossosh JSC "Minudobreniya"

Table 38: The largest consumers of ammonia produced by Minudobreniya JSC (Rossosh) in 2004-2021, t

Table 39: Geographical structure of ammonia exports of Minudobreniya JSC (Rossosh) in 2004-2021, thousand tons

Table 40: Some financial indicators of Minudobreniya JSC (Rossosh) in 2001-2020

Table 41: Key milestones in the development of ammonia production at the Kemerovo JSC "Azot"

Table 42: The largest Russian consumers of ammonia KAO "Azot" in 2004-2021, t, %

Table 43: Some financial indicators of KAO Azot in 2003-2021

Table 44: Comparative characteristics of the main Russian ammonia producers

Table 45: Distribution of ammonia produced by Russian enterprises in 2010-2021, thousand tons

Table 46: Ammonia production in Ukraine in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Table 47: The largest ammonia producers in the CIS in 2007-2021, thousand tons, %

Table 48: Foreign trade in ammonia of the Russian Federation in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Table 49: Main importing countries of Russian ammonia in 2002-2021 thousand tons

Table 50: Export of ammonia by Russian enterprises in 2001-2021, thousand tons

Table 51: Export-import of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Table 52: Export of ammonia by Ukrainian enterprises in 2000-2020, thousand tons

Table 53: Main importing countries of Ukrainian ammonia in 2001-2021, thousand tons

Table 54: Ammonia supplier countries to Ukraine in 2001-2021, tons

Table 55: Main Ukrainian consumers of imported ammonia in 2001-2020, thousand tons

Table 56: Ammonia prices in the Russian Federation set by its producers in 2008-2017, RUB/t (including VAT)

Table 57: Average monthly prices of Russian ammonia producers in 2013-2022 rub/ton (excluding VAT)

Table 58: Russian export prices for ammonia depending on the terms of delivery in 2014-2021, $/t

Table 59: Export prices for ammonia set by Russian producers in 2005-2021, $/t

Table 60: Russian export-import prices for ammonia in 2002-2021, $/t

Table 61: Prices for ammonia in Ukraine, set by its producers in 2004-2014, UAH/t including VAT

Table 62: Export prices for ammonia set by its Ukrainian producers in 2005-2020, $/t

Table 63: Main indicators of the Russian ammonia market in 1997-2021, thousand tons, %

Table 64: Main indicators of the Ukrainian ammonia market in 1999-2021, thousand tons, %

Table 65: Ammonia consumption volumes in Russia by industry in 2005-2021, thousand tons

Table 66: Indices of chemical production and production of mineral fertilizers in the Russian Federation in 2003-2021, % of the previous year

Table 67: Strengths and Weaknesses of the Russian Mineral Fertilizer Industry

Table 68: Production of nitrogen fertilizers in the Russian Federation by types and by enterprises (holdings) in 2021, thousand tons, %

Table 69: Production of phosphate fertilizers in the Russian Federation by types and by enterprises (holdings) in 2021, thousand tons, %

Table 70: The largest Russian consumers of ammonia in 2008-2021, thousand tons, %

Table 71: Railway deliveries to the largest Russian consumers of ammonia in 2005-2021, thousand tons

Table 72: Key milestones in the development of the production of phosphate fertilizers JSC "Apatit"

Table 73: Some financial indicators of the production activities of Apatit JSC in 2006-2021

Table 74: Some financial indicators of the production activities of JSC "VMU" in 2003-2020

Table 75: Financial indicators of the production activities of Meleuz Mineral Fertilizers JSC in 2004-2021

Table 76: Forecast of the dynamics of capacities and production volumes, the balance of supply and demand in the Russian market of mineral fertilizers

Figure 1: Global ammonia production capacity 2007-2021 (million tons), growth rate (%)

Figure 2: Growth in global ammonia production capacity in 2013-2019, mmt

Figure 3: Distribution of world natural gas reserves by region

Figure 4: Distribution of world natural gas reserves by countries in 2020, %

Figure 5: Shares of the largest producing countries in total world natural gas production in 2020, %

Figure 6: World natural gas prices 1999-2021, $/MMBtu

Figure 7: World ammonia production volumes in 2005-2021, million tons (in terms of nitrogen content)

Figure 8: Regional structure of world ammonia production in 2021, %

Figure 9: Balance of production and consumption of ammonia by regions of the world

Figure 10: Major importing and exporting countries of ammonia in 2020, %

Figure 11: Main transport routes for export-import of nitrogen fertilizers

Figure 12: Structure of world consumption of nitrogen fertilizers, %

Figure 13: Dynamics of world prices for ammonia in 2010-2021, $/t

Figure 14: Conventional scheme for producing ammonia from natural gas

Figure 15: Ammonia synthesis column

Figure 16: 1360 t/d ammonia synthesis unit

Figure 17: Ammonia production capacities in the CIS countries in 2005-2021, million tons

Figure 18: Structure of gas production in Russia in 2021, %

Figure 19: Ammonia production in Russia and the CIS in 1995-2021, million tons

Figure 20: The share of ammonia output by the CIS countries in the total structure of production of this product in 1996-2021, %

Figure 21: Dynamics of ammonia production in Russia in 1997-2021, million tons

Figure 22: Shares of producers in the total Russian output of ammonia in 2004-2021, %

Figure 23: Regional structure of ammonia production in Russia in 2021, %

Figure 24: EuroChem production chain

Figure 25: Scheme of assets of JSC UCC UralChem

Figure 26: Ammonia production in Russia by holdings in 2008-2021, %

Figure 27: Production of ammonia and urea by PJSC "Togliattiazot" in 1997-2021 (thousand tons) and capacity utilization (%)

Figure 28: Dynamics of production of the main types of products in NAK Azot JSC in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Figure 29: Dynamics of production of the main types of products of Nevinnomyssky Azot JSC in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Figure 30: Simplified diagram of the production of products at the enterprises of the Acron group, indicating production capacities

Figure 31: Average consumption of natural gas for the production of 1 ton of ammonia by Acron Group enterprises in 2008-2016, thousand m3/t

Figure 32: Dynamics of ammonia production by divisions of the Akron holding in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Figure 33: Production of the main types of products by the KChKhK f-scrap of UralChem UCC JSC in 2000-2021, thousand tons

Figure 34: Production of ammonia and nitrogen mineral fertilizers by Apatit JSC in 2003-2021, thousand tons

Figure 35: Production of ammonia and nitrogen mineral fertilizers by the Rossosh JSC "Minudobreniya" in 2003-2021, thousand tons

Figure 36: Production of ammonia and nitrogen mineral fertilizers by KAO Azot in 2003-2021, thousand tons

Figure 37: Structure of ammonia supplies to the domestic market by Russian manufacturing enterprises in 2010-2021, %

Figure 38: Dynamics of ammonia production in Ukraine in 1999-2021, million tons

Figure 39: Dynamics of ammonia production in Uzbekistan in 1999-2021, million tons

Figure 40: Grodnoazot's ammonia production (thousand tons) and capacity utilization (%) in 1998-2020

Figure 41: Ammonia production in Turkmenistan in 2003-2021, thousand tons

Figure 42: Ammonia production in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan in 2003-2021, kt

Figure 43: Production and export of ammonia in the Russian Federation in 1997-2021, million tons, million $

Figure 44: Share of exports in ammonia production in Russia in 1995-2021, %

Figure 45: Geographic structure of Russian ammonia exports in 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2021, %

Figure 46: Structure of Russian exports of ammonia by exporting enterprises in 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2021, %

Figure 47: The share of ammonia exports in the volume of its output by the largest Russian exporters in 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2021, %

Figure 48: Dynamics of production and export-import of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Figure 49: Dynamics of the average annual prices of Russian exports of ammonia in 1997-2021, $/t

Figure 50: Comparative price dynamics of Russian and Ukrainian exports of ammonia in 1999-2021, $/t

Figure 51: Total revenues from the sale of Ukrainian ammonia for export in 2006-2021, $ million

Figure 52: Dynamics of production of ammonia and nitrogen fertilizers in the Russian Federation and domestic consumption of ammonia in 1997-2021, million tons

Figure 53: Dynamics of production, consumption and export of ammonia in Ukraine in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Figure 54: Structure of ammonia consumption in Russia in 2021, %

Figure 55: Production of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers in Russia in 2003-2021 (in terms of 100% valuable substance), thousand tons

Figure 56: Production of ammonium nitrate, carbamide, ammophos and DAP (in physical weight) in Russia in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Figure 57: Simplified scheme for the production of the main types of nitrogen fertilizers and average consumption coefficients for raw materials

Figure 58: Shares of the largest holdings in the total Russian production of nitrogen fertilizers in 2021, %

Figure 59: Shares of the largest holdings in the total Russian production of phosphate fertilizers in 2021, %

Figure 60: Dynamics of production of ammophos and diammophos at Apatit JSC (in physical weight) in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Figure 61: Dynamics of production of ammophos and diammophos at Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers JSC in 1999-2021, thousand tons

Figure 62: Dynamics of ammonium nitrate production at Meleuz Mineral Fertilizers JSC in 1997-2021, thousand tons

Figure 63: Forecast of production and consumption of ammonia in Russia for the period up to 2030, million tons

 

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