South America’s LPG industry has shown mild growth in the past five years and is anticipated to grow nearly at a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period. South America’s domestic cooking and heating sector accounts for more than 16% of the global heating and cooking demand and hence follows Asia in this sectoral consumption. The region is investing strongly in expanding its trade ties with United States to cater to its rising LPG demand.
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Years Considered for Analysis:
Historical Years: 2015 – 2018
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Period: 2021 – 2030
- Installed Capacity By Company: Installed capacity at regional level along with individual capacity of leading players
- Installed Capacity By Location: Installed capacity at country level
- Production By Company: Actual production done by different companies
- Operating Efficiency Company: Operating efficiency at which different companies are operating their plants
- Demand By End Use: Demand/Sale of LPG in different end user industries across the region
- Demand By Sales Channel: Demand/Sale of LPG by different sales channels across the region
- Demand By Country: Demand/Sale of LPG in different countries of the region - Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Rest of South America
- Demand & Supply Gap: Demand & Supply Gap at regional level
- Market Share of Leading Players: Revenue shares of leading players in the region
- News & Deals: Historical & Current News & Deals in LPG market
To extract data for South America LPG market, ChemAnalyst team conducts primary research surveys with LPG manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, wholesalers and customers followed by exhaustive secondary research to cross validate the information being collected through primary research surveys.