Reportlinker Adds Coal Tar Market Research in Russia/CIS

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Coal tar market research in Russia/CIS

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Coal tar is a product of the destructive distillation of bituminous coal. Coal tar can be distilled into many fractions to yield a number of useful organic products, including benzene, toluene, xylene, naphthalene, anthracene, and phenanthrene. These substances, called the coal-tar crudes, form the starting point for the synthesis of numerous products—notably dyes, drugs, explosives, flavorings, perfumes, preservatives, synthetic resins, and paints and stains. The residual pitch left from the fractional distillation is used for paving, roofing, waterproofing, and insulation.

Coal tars are by-products of the carbonization of coal to produce metallurgical coke and/or natural gas. Annual global production of 400 mln t of coke is accompanied by obtaining around 16 mln t of coal tar. Notice that some coke shops (in USA, China) apply process, which doesn't provide further processing of coal tar, which is simply burnt in the process of coke production, From estimates, only around 50% of coal tar, produced in the world, are subjected to further processing to obtain additional commodity products.

To a large degree, volume of production of coal tar depends on quantity of metallurgical coke, required for production of iron. Blast-furnace process, in spite of development of alternative technologies (for instance, DRI process) will nevertheless find application for many years in future. Notice that introducing technology of coal-dust fuel injection in the blast-furnace process allows to decrease coke consumption in iron production. Nevertheless, expanding iron output encourages demand for metallurgical coke.

Notice that demand for products of coal tar processing (for instance, pitch, used widely in aluminum industry) doesn't always coincide with demand for coking coal and metallurgical coke. At the same time, one should note a tendency of expanding potentiality of deep processing of coal tar and finding new end-uses of the processing products. That is why importance of coal tar as raw material will increase.

Table of Contents

Introduction

I. Technology of production of coal tar and resources used

1.1 Properties of coal tar

1.2 Obtaining coal tar

1.3 Raw materials for coking, characteristics of by-product coke production in the CIS

1.4 Processing of coal tar

II. Production of coal tar in CIS countries

2.1 Quality of the products

2.2 Dynamics of production of coal tar in CIS countries (1999-2007)

2.3 The main enterprise-producers of coal tar in CIS countries

Russia

Ukraine

Kazakhstan

2.4 Current standing of the greatest manufacturers of coal tar in the CIS

JSC <Severstal>

JSC <MMK>

JSC <NLMK>

JSC <Avdeevka by-product coke plant>

JSC <ZSMK>

JSC <Altai-coke>

JSC <Coke>

LLC <Ural Steel>

JSC <Moscow coke-gas works>

JSC <Zaporozhcoke>

JSC <Arcelor Mittal Steel Temirtau>

III. Export-import of coal tar

3.1 Volumes of export and import of coal tar in Russia (1999-2007)

3.2 The main directions and features of export-import supplies of coal tar in Russia

3.3 Volumes of export-import of coal tar of Ukraine (1999-2007)

3.4 The main directions and features of export-import supplies of coal tar of Ukraine

3.5 Volumes of export of coal tar from Kazakhstan (2006-07)

IV. Review of prices on coal tar in Russia/CIS

4.1 Dynamics of export-import prices (Russia, Ukraine)

4.2 Domestic prices on coal tar in Russia

V. Consumption of coal tar in Russia/CIS

5.1 Supply-demand balance of coal tar in Russia and Ukraine (1999-2007)

5.2 Pattern of consumption of coal tar in Russia (2007)

5.3 The main enterprise-consumers of coal tar in Russia

5.4 Directions and features of usage of coal tar in Russia/CIS

Processing of coal tar

Production of black

Impregnation of wood products

Other end-uses

Conclusion: forecast of production and consumption of coal tar

Appendix: Contact information on the main company-producers of coal tar

List of Tables

Table 1: Averaged properties of coal tar

Table 2: Supplies of coking coals (2007) to by-product coke enterprises of Russia, kt

Table 3: Parameters of averaged coal charge at by-product coke enterprises of Russia in 2007

Table 4: Average parameters of fractions yield in the course of rectifying coal tar

Table 5: Requirements, imposed on quality of coal tar, produced by enterprises of Russia

Table 6: Requirements, imposed on quality of coal tar, produced by enterprises of Ukraine

Table 7: Requirements, imposed on quality of prepared coal tar of JSC <JSC <Dneprodzerzhinsk by-product coke plant> manufacture

Table 8: Production of coal tar in CIS countries (1999-2007), kt

Table 9: Production of coal tar by enterprises of Russia (1999-2007), kt

Table 10: Production of coal tar by enterprises of Ukraine (1999-2007), kt

Table 11: Russian consumers of coal tar of JSC <Altai-coke> (2006-07), kt

Table 12: Russian consumers of coal tar of JSC <Coke> (2006-07), kt

Table 13: Foreign consumers of coal tar of LLC <Ural Steel> (2006-2007), kt

Table 14: Breakdown of export of coal tar from Russia by directions of the supplies (1999-2007), kt

Table 15: Breakdown of export of coal tar from Russia by company-suppliers (1999-2007), kt

Table 16: Breakdown of Russian import of coal tar by directions of supplies (1999-2007), t

Table 17: Breakdown of supplies of coal tar by Russian importers, kt

Table 18: Breakdown of export of coal tar from Ukraine by directions of supplies (1999-2007), kt

Table 19: Breakdown of export of coal tar from Ukraine by company-suppliers (1999-2007), kt

Table 20: Breakdown of Ukrainian import of coal tar by directions of supplies (2005-07), kt

Table 21: Breakdown of Kazakhstanian export of coal tar by directions of supplies (2005-07), kt

Table 22: Average annual export prices on coal tar of Russian and Ukrainian exporters (2006-2007), USD/t

Table 23: Supply-demand balance of coal tar in Russia (1999-2007), kt

Table 24: Supply-demand balance of coal tar in Ukraine (1999-2007), kt

Table 25: Pattern of consumption of commodity coal tar in Russia (2005-07), %

Table 26: Russian consumers of commodity coal tar (2004-2007), kt

Table 27: Supplies of coal tar for production of black in Russia (2005-07), kt

Table 28: Supplies of coal tar for wood impregnation in Russia (2005-07), kt

Table 29: Production of iron, coke and coal tar in Russia (2005-07) and the production forecast on 2010, mln t

Table 30: Production of iron, coke and coal tar in Ukraine (2005-07) and the production forecast on 2010, mln t

List of Figures

Figure 1: Scheme of coal tar rectification in one-column tube facility

Figure 2: Dynamics of production of coal tar in the CIS (1999-2007), kt

Figure 3: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Severstal> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 4: Dynamics of production of coal tar in JSC <MMK> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 5: Dynamics of production of coal tar in JSC <NLMK> in 1999-2007, kt

Figure 6: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Avdeevka by-product coke plant> (2003-07), kt

Figure 7: Dynamics of production of coal tar in JSC <ZSMK> (1999-2007) and supplies of coal tar from other enterprises for processing (2004-2007), kt

Figure 8: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Altai-coke> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 9: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Coke> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 10: Dynamics of production of coal tar in LLC <Ural Steel> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 11: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Moscow coke-gas works> (1999-2007), kt

Figure 12: Dynamics of production of coal tar by JSC <Zaporozhcoke> (2003-07), kt

Figure 13: Dynamics of Russian export and import of coal tar (1999-2007)

Figure 14: Breakdown of export of coal tar from Russia by the main country-consumers in 2005-2007, %

Figure 15: Dynamics of export and import of coal tar of Ukraine (1999-2007), kt

Figure 16: Dynamics of average annual export prices on coal tar, supplied from Russia and Ukraine, USD/t

Figure 17: Supply-demand balance of coal tar in Ukraine (1999-2007), kt

Figure 18: Pattern of usage of coal tar in Russia (2007), %

Figure 19: Simplified scheme of processing of coal tar with obtaining various fractions

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