The petrochemical industry in Russia has undergone a transformation in recent years. An advantageous feedstock position combined with higher international prices has increased the competitiveness of the Russian petrochemical industry. With the Russian government approving policy to support the petrochemical industry in 2012, the industry has since them grown significantly with the construction of six petrochemical production clusters across the country.
Aruvian Research presents an analysis of the Russian Petrochemical Industry in its research report Analyzing the Petrochemical Industry in Russia 2016. The report begins with coverage of the global petrochemical industry through an industry overview, the impact of shale gas on the petrochemical industry, global supply scenario, petrochemical growth in developed versus emerging markets, the market for gasoil or diesel, naphtha, bunker fuel as well as jet fuel. Moving on from the analysis of the global market, we focus briefly on the petrochemical industry in Europe.
The petrochemical industry in Russia is analyzed in this report through an industry overview, industry structure, an analysis of the various segments of the industry such as polymers & intermediates, olefins, aromatics, as well as an analysis of the refining sector, fertilizer market and the upstream sector.
A SWOT analysis of the petrochemical industry in Russia and a future perspective of the industry up to 2020 are included in the report. An analysis of the major industry players such as Lukoil OAO, Nizhnekamskneftekhim OAO and SIBUR Holding completes the report.