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Petroleum Coke (Green and Calcined) in Russia, the CIS and the world: Production, Market and Forecast (25 edition)

Número de páginas: 188 Número de tablas: 86 El número de cifras: 47
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Liberado: 15.09.2023
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This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

 

This report is the twenty-fifth edition of the study of the petroleum coke market in Russia, the CIS and the world.

 

The purpose of the study is to analyze the petroleum coke market in the Russian Federation, the CIS and the world.

The object of study is petroleum coke (green and calcined).

The work presented is a desk research. The databases used as information sources were the UN (UNdata), the Statistical Committees of the CIS countries (including Rosstat, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, the Statistics Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan, etc.), customs statistics of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, official statistics of railway transportation of the Russian Federation; materials from the industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, Internet sites of producers and consumers of petroleum coke, as well as the Infomine database.

In addition, some data was confirmed and clarified through telephone interviews with specialists discussed in this report of the enterprises.

All this allowed experts to identify the picture of the petroleum coke market in the CIS and the prospects for its development.

A distinctive feature of this study is the presence of a brief description of the global petroleum coke market; a detailed description of the largest manufacturing enterprises and consumers of the products in question in Russia, the CIS countries and Ukraine, directions of supply of raw materials, volumes and directions of sales of green and calcined coke. The structure of consumption of petroleum coke by industries and largest consumer enterprises is examined in detail, and a description of the current state and prospects for the development of the main consuming industries is given. Forecasts for prices, production and consumption of petroleum coke are given (taking into account the current geopolitical situation as a result of Russia's special military operation on the territory of Ukraine), and the largest projects for expanding production capacity are presented.

 

Chronological scope of the study: 1996-2022; forecast for the period up to 2035

Geography of the study: Russian Federation – comprehensive detailed market analysis; world, Ukraine, Republic of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and other CIS countries - general retrospective market analysis.

 

The report consists of 7 parts, contains 188 pages, including 47 figures, 86 tables and 2 appendices.

The first chapter of the report provides a brief description of the global petroleum coke market.

The second chapter provides information about the raw materials necessary for the production of petroleum coke, its characteristics, and supply directions. Also in this chapter, the coke production technology is discussed in detail and the quality indicators of the resulting products are given.

The third chapter is devoted to the production of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the CIS countries in 1996-2022. The section provides statistical and estimated data on the capacity and volume of coke production in Russia and the CIS countries. All enterprises producing petroleum coke, the current situation at these plants and development prospects are described in detail.

The fourth chapter provides data on foreign trade operations with petroleum coke in Russia and the CIS in 1996-2022. and 1st half of 2023

The fifth chapter provides information on producer prices on the Russian market. In addition, data on changes in export-import prices for products in Russia and Ukraine were analyzed. This chapter also provides a price forecast for the period up to 2035.

Chapter six examines the consumption of petroleum coke. The balance of production and consumption of these products in the Russian Federation and Ukraine is given, the industrial structure of coke consumption in the Russian Federation is given, the main consumers of the Russian Federation and the CIS are presented, their current state and development prospects are analyzed.

The seventh chapter provides a forecast for the development of the Russian petroleum coke market for the period up to 2035.

The appendices provide addresses and contact information of enterprises producing and consuming petroleum coke in the CIS countries.

 

Target audience of the study:

- participants in the petroleum coke market – producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

The proposed study purports to be a reference guide for marketing services and management decision makers working in the petroleum coke market.

Annotation

 

Introduction

 

I. Brief characteristics of the global petroleum coke market (2018-2022)

 

II. Petroleum coke production technology, raw materials used in industry

II.1. Raw materials for producing petroleum coke

II.2. Methods for producing crude and calcined petroleum coke

II.3. Classification of green coke produced in the CIS according to its quality, coke standards in force in the CIS

 

III. Production of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the CIS

III.1. Production of petroleum coke in the former USSR (before 1991) and CIS countries in 1996-2022.

III.1.1. Petroleum coke production capacity

III.1.2. Dynamics of petroleum coke production

III.2. Production of petroleum coke in Russia. Status and development prospects of the largest manufacturing enterprises

III.2.1. Regional capacity structure and production dynamics in 1996-2023.

III.2.2. Petroleum coke producers

JSC "TANECO" (Nizhnekamsk, Republic of Tatarstan)

LLC "Lukoil-Permnefteorgsintez" (Perm)

Branch of PJSC NK "Rosneft" "Bashneft-Ufaneftekhim" (Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan)

Branch of PJSC NK "Rosneft" "Bashneft-Novoil" (Novoil, Republic of Bashkortostan)

JSC "Gazpromneft-Omsk Refinery" (Omsk)

LLC "Lukoil-Volgogradneftepererabotka" (Volgograd)

JSC "Rosneft-Novokuibyshevsky Refinery" (Novokuibyshevsk, Samara region)

LLC "Lukoil-Nizhegorodnefteorgsintez" (Kstovo, Nizhny Novgorod region)

JSC "Rosneft-Angarsk Petrochemical Company" (Angarsk, Irkutsk region)

LLC "Rosneft-Komsomolsk Refinery" (Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Khabarovsk Territory)

LLC "Rusinvest-TNPZ" (Tyumen region)

III.3. Petroleum coke producers in other CIS countries

III.3.1. Kazakhstan

LLP "Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant" (Pavlodar)

LLP "Atyrau Oil Refinery" (Atyrau)

III.3.2. Azerbaijan

Baku Oil Refinery named after. G. Aliyeva (Baku)

III.3.3. Turkmenistan

Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries (TKNZ)

III.3.4. Uzbekistan

Unitary Enterprise "Fergana Oil Refinery" (Fergana)

III.3.5. Belarus

OJSC "Naftan" (Novopolotsk, Vitebsk region)

 

IV. Export-import of petroleum coke to the CIS

IV.1. Export-import of petroleum coke in Russia in 1996-2023.

IV.1.1. Export-import volumes

IV.1.2. Main directions of export-import supplies

Export

Import

IV.2. Export-import of petroleum coke in Ukraine in 1999-2022.

IV.3. Export-import of petroleum coke by other CIS countries in 2001-2022.

 

V. Petroleum coke price review

V.1. Domestic prices in the Russian Federation in 2002-2023.

V.2. Export-import prices in the Russian Federation in 1999-2023.

V.3. Forecast of dynamics of export-import prices in the Russian Federation until 2030.

V.4. Export-import prices in Ukraine in 2003-2022.

 

VI. Consumption of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the CIS

VI.1. Balance of production and consumption in the Russian Federation in 1996-2023.

VI.2. Structure of petroleum coke consumption in the Russian Federation

VI.3. Main areas of consumption of petroleum coke in the Russian Federation

VI.3.1. Production of anode mass and anodes

VI.3.2. Production of graphite electrodes

VI.3.3. Production of graphite materials

VI.3.4. Other Applications

VI.4. Balance of petroleum coke consumption in Ukraine in 1999-2022.

VI.5. The main consumer enterprises of petroleum coke in the CIS, their projects

VI.5.1. Aluminum enterprises of the CIS

JSC "RUSAL-Krasnoyarsk" (Krasnoyarsk)

JSC "RUSAL-Bratsk" (Bratsk, Irkutsk region)

JSC "RUSAL-Sayanogorsk" (Sayanogorsk, Republic of Khakassia)

JSC "RUSAL-Novokuznetsk" (Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo region)

JSC "RUSAL-Volgograd" (Volgograd)

State Unitary Enterprise "Tajik Aluminum Company" (TALCO) (Tursunzade, Tajikistan)

VI.5.2. Electrode enterprises of Russia and Ukraine

LLC "El 6"

JSC "Chelyabinsk Electrometallurgical Plant" (ChEMK, Chelyabinsk)

 

VII. Prospects for the development of the petcoke market in Russia and the CIS countries

VII.1. Forecast of production volumes of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in Russia and the CIS countries until 2035.

VII.2. Forecast of consumption volumes of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in Russia until 2035.

VII.3. Balance of production and consumption of petroleum coke in Russia until 2035.

 

Appendix 1. Contact information for petroleum coke producers in the CIS

Appendix 2. Contact information of the largest consumers of petroleum coke in the CIS

Table 1: Properties of raw cokes

Table 2: Regional structure of global delayed coking capacity in 2021-2022

Table 3: Largest petroleum coke producing countries in 2018-2021, million tons

Table 4: Largest countries exporting petroleum coke (calcined and green) in 2018-2022

Table 5: Largest importing countries of petroleum coke (calcined and green) in 2018-2022, thousand tons

Table 6: Technical conditions for oil for oil refineries (according to GOST 9965-76)

Table 7: Oil suppliers to refineries producing coke

Table 8: Product yield from the delayed coker, % by weight

Table 9: Main characteristics of the types of delayed cokers used at CIS refineries

Table 10: Calcination capacity at crude petroleum coke producers in the CIS

Table 11: Quality requirements for delayed coking coke (KZ-8) according to GOST 22898-78

Table 12: Requirements for the quality of needle delayed coking coke (KZI) according to GOST 26132-84

Table 13: Requirements for the quality of petroleum sulfur delayed coking coke, TU 38101525-75

Table 14: Technical specifications for coking additive produced by Ufaneftekhim JSC

Table 15: Quality requirements for calcined petroleum coke

Table 16: Quality indicators of petroleum cokes produced at Russian refineries

Table 17: Petroleum coke production in the CIS by grade

Table 18: Type, number and capacity of operating delayed coking units at petroleum coke producing enterprises in the CIS

Table 19: Production of petroleum coke (raw and calcined) in the CIS countries in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Table 20: Shipments (production) of commercial crude petroleum coke by CIS enterprises in 2005-2022, thousand tons

Table 21: Production of commercial calcined petroleum coke by CIS enterprises in 2001-2022, thousand tons

Table 22: Production of petroleum coke by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2021-2022, thousand tons

Table 23: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by JSC TANECO in 2016-2023, thousand tons

Table 24: Oil refining and production of petroleum coke at Lukoil-Permnefteorgsintez LLC in 2016-2022, thousand tons

Table 25: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Lukoil-Permnefteorgsintez LLC in 2008-2023, thousand tons

Table 26: Material balance of the treatment plant of Ufaneftekhim JSC before and after reconstruction

Table 27: Oil refining and production of petroleum coke (coking additive) by enterprises of NK Bashneft in 2016-2022, thousand tons

Table 28: Consumers of petroleum coke and coking additives produced by Ufaneftekhim JSC in 2009-2023, thousand tons

Table 29: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by JSC Novoil in 2007-2023, thousand tons

Table 30: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Gazprom Neft-Omsk Refinery JSC in 2008-2023, thousand tons

Table 31: Oil refining and production of petroleum coke at Lukoil-Volgogradneftepererabotka LLC in 2016-2022, thousand tons

Table 32: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Lukoil-Volgogradneftepererabotka LLC in 2008-2023, thousand tons

Table 33: Oil refining and production of petroleum coke at Novokuibyshevsky Oil Refinery JSC in 2016-2022, thousand tons

Table 34: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Novokuibyshevsky Refinery JSC in 2008-2023, thousand tons

Table 35: Oil refining and production of petroleum coke at Angarsk Petrochemical Company JSC in 2016-2022, thousand tons

Table 36: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Angarsk Petrochemical Company JSC in 2008-2023, thousand tons

Table 37: Consumers of petroleum coke produced by Rusinvest-TNPZ LLC in 2016-2023, thousand tons

Table 38: Export of petroleum coke by the Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant (including calcined coke UPNK-PV) in 2007-2022, thousand tons

Table 39: Export of coke (green and calcined) by the Atyrau Refinery in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 40: Supplies of petroleum coke from the Baku Refinery to enterprises in Russia and other countries in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 41: Supplies of petroleum coke from the Turkmenbashi Oil Refinery Plant to enterprises in Russia and the CIS countries in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 42: Volume of export-import of coke (green and calcined) to the Russian Federation in 1999-2023, thousand tons

Table 43: Russian exports of crude petroleum coke by recipient countries in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Table 44: Russian exports of crude petroleum coke by enterprise in 2003-2022, thousand tons

Table 45: Russian exports of calcined petroleum coke by recipient countries in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Table 46: Russian exports of calcined petroleum coke by enterprise in 2003-2022, thousand tons

Table 47: Russian imports of crude petroleum coke by supplier countries in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Table 48: Main suppliers of crude petroleum coke in the Russian Federation in 2013-2022, thousand tons

Table 49: Import of crude petroleum coke by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2007-2022, thousand tons

Table 50: Russian imports of calcined petroleum coke by supplier countries in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Table 51: Main suppliers of calcined petroleum coke in the Russian Federation in 2013-2022, thousand tons

Table 52: Import of calcined petroleum coke by enterprises of the Russian Federation in 2007-2022, thousand tons

Table 53: Volume of coke export-import in Ukraine in 2003-2022, thousand tons

Table 54: Ukrainian imports of petroleum coke in 2005-2022, thousand tons

Table 55: Ukrainian consumers of imported petroleum coke in 2005-2022, thousand tons

Table 56: Export of petroleum coke by other CIS countries in 2001-2022, thousand tons

Table 57: Average prices for petroleum coke from Russian producers (by federal districts of the Russian Federation) in 2015-2023, rub./t (excluding VAT)

Table 58: Average annual export-import prices for crude and calcined petroleum coke in Russia in 2002-2023, $/t

Table 59: Average import prices for calcined petroleum coke for major Russian consumers in 2009-2022, $/t

Table 60: Average import prices for crude petroleum coke for main Russian consumers in 2009-2022, $/t

Table 61: Russian export prices for crude petroleum coke by supplier companies in 2017-2022, $/t

Table 62: Russian export prices for calcined petroleum coke by consumer countries in 2010-2022, $/t

Table 63: Russian export prices for calcined petroleum coke by supplier in 2014-2022, $/t

Table 64: Average import prices for coke supplied to Ukraine by various countries in 2008-2022, $/t

Table 65: Average import prices for Ukrainian consumers of petroleum coke in 2007-2021, $/t

Table 66: Domestic consumption of petroleum coke (green and calcined) in Russia in 2005-2023, thousand tons

Table 67: Structure of petroleum coke consumption in the USSR (1990-1991), %

Table 68: Industry structure of petroleum coke consumption in Russia in 2022, million tons, %

Table 69: Volumes of supplies of petroleum coke to aluminum smelters of the Russian Federation in 2015-2022, thousand tons

Table 70: Volumes of supplies of petroleum coke to electrode plants of the Russian Federation in 2014-2022, thousand tons

Table 71: Petroleum coke supply scheme to main consumers in the CIS in 2017-2022.

Table 72: Calcination of petroleum coke at aluminum enterprises in Russia in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 73: Aluminum production and petroleum coke consumption by RUSAL plants in 2022, thousand tons, %

Table 74: Supplies of petroleum coke to JSC RUSAL-Krasnoyarsk in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 75: Supplies of petroleum coke to JSC RUSAL-Bratsk in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 76: Supplies of calcined petroleum coke to JSC RUSAL-Sayanogorsk in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 77: Supplies of calcined petroleum coke to JSC RUSAL-Novokuznetsk in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 78: Supplies of calcined petroleum coke to JSC RUSAL-Volgograd in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 79: Import supplies of petroleum coke from the CIS countries to Tajikistan in 2003-2022, thousand tons

Table 80: Types of products produced by enterprises of the El 6 Company, production capacities

Table 81: Supplies of petroleum coke to the El 6 Novocherkassk plant in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 82: Supplies of petroleum coke to the El 6 Novosibirsk plant in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 83: Supplies of calcined coke produced by the El 6 Novosibirsk plant in 2008-2022, thousand tons

Table 84: Some financial indicators of CHEMK in 2013-2022, million rubles.

Table 85: Russian enterprises where construction of delayed coking units is planned

Table 86: Forecast of petroleum coke consumption in the Russian Federation by industry for the period up to 2035.

Figure 1: Structure of global petroleum coke production by country in 2020-2021, %

Figure 2: Dynamics of average annual export-import prices of petroleum coke (green and calcined) by main supplying and receiving countries, $/t

Figure 3: Structure of petroleum coke production capacity in the CIS (by country) in 2022, %

Figure 4: Dynamics of petroleum coke production in the CIS by country in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 5: Shares of countries in coke production in the CIS in 2005-2022, %

Figure 6: Distribution of Russian petroleum coke production capacities by federal districts, %

Figure 7: Dynamics of petroleum coke production in Russia in 1996-2023, million tons

Figure 8: Shares of oil companies in the total production of petcoke in Russia in 2022, %

Figure 9: Dynamics of shipment of petroleum coke to consumers of Lukoil-Permnefteorgsintez LLC in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 10: Areas of application of petroleum coke and coking additive produced by Ufaneftekhim JSC

Figure 11: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke by Ufaneftekhim JSC to consumers in 2009-2022, thousand tons

Figure 12: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke produced by JSC Novoil to consumers in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 13: Dynamics of production of crude and calcined petroleum coke at Gazpromneft-Omsk Refinery JSC in 1998-2022, thousand tons

Figure 14: Dynamics of petroleum coke production by Lukoil-Volgogradneftepererabotka LLC in 1995-2022, thousand tons

Figure 15: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke produced by Novokuibyshevsky Refinery JSC to consumers in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 16: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke produced by Angarsk Petrochemical Company JSC to consumers in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 17: Dynamics of petroleum coke production at RN-Komsomolsk Refinery LLC in 2012-2022, thousand tons

Figure 18: Dynamics of oil production and oil refining in Kazakhstan in 2008-2022, million tons

Figure 19: Dynamics of petroleum coke production by enterprises of Kazakhstan in 1995-2022, thousand tons

Figure 20: Dynamics of production of petroleum coke (green and calcined) by Pavlodar Oil Refinery LLP in 1995-2022, thousand tons

Figure 21: Technological diagram of the UPNK petroleum coke calcination unit

Figure 22: Dynamics of petroleum coke production (green and calcined) at Atyrau Oil Refinery LLP in 1995-2022, thousand tons

Figure 23: Dynamics of petroleum coke production at the Baku Refinery named after. G. Aliyev in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 24: Dynamics of production of petroleum coke (green and calcined) by the Turkmenbashi Oil Refinery in 1995-2022, thousand tons

Figure 25: Dynamics of export-import supplies of petroleum coke to the Russian Federation in 1995-2023, thousand tons

Figure 26: Import of calcined and crude petroleum coke to the Russian Federation in 1996-2022, thousand tons

Figure 27: Geographical structure of Russian imports of crude petroleum coke in 2002-2022, thousand tons

Figure 28: Geographical structure of Russian imports of calcined petroleum coke in 2001-2022, thousand tons

Figure 29: Dynamics of export-import supplies of petroleum coke in Ukraine in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Figure 30: Dynamics of average annual all-Russian prices for petroleum coke (including shale coke) in 2008-2023, rub./t, $/t, excluding VAT

Figure 31: Dynamics of average annual export-import prices for petroleum coke (green and calcined) in the Russian Federation in 1999-2023, $/t

Figure 32: Dynamics of export-import prices in the Russian Federation for crude petroleum coke in 1999-2023. and forecast until 2030, $/t, $/barrel.

Figure 33: Dynamics of average import prices ($/t) for calcined coke and volumes of its import (thousand tons) to Ukraine in 2003-2022.

Figure 34: Dynamics of export-import prices in Ukraine for green coke in 2003-2022, $/t

Figure 35: Consumption (million tons) and consumption growth rate (%) of petroleum coke in the Russian Federation in 1997-2023.

Figure 36: Production, export-import and consumption of petroleum coke in the Russian Federation in 1996-2023, thousand tons

Figure 37: Industry structure of petroleum coke consumption in the Russian Federation in 2007-2022, %

Figure 38: Dynamics of primary aluminum production in Russia in 2000-2022, thousand tons

Figure 39: Dynamics of key indicators of the petroleum coke market in Ukraine in 1999-2022, thousand tons

Figure 40: Industry structure of petroleum coke consumption in Ukraine in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019-2022, %

Figure 41: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke (green and calcined) to Russian aluminum enterprises in 2004-2022, thousand tons

Figure 42: Dynamics of production of primary aluminum and baked anodes at Talco in 2006-2022, thousand tons

Figure 43: Dynamics of coke supplies to Talco in 2000-2022, thousand tons

Figure 44: Dynamics of supplies of petroleum coke to enterprises of the El 6 Company in 2004-2022, thousand tons

Figure 45: Dynamics of petroleum coke production in the Russian Federation in 2005-2021. and scenario forecast up to 2030-2035, thousand tons

Figure 46: Dynamics of petroleum coke production in other CIS countries in 2005-2022. and forecast until 2030-2035, thousand tons

Figure 47: Balance of production and consumption of petroleum coke in the Russian Federation in 2015-2022. and forecast until 2035, million tons

 

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