Europe Process Oil Market Discussed by MicroMarketMonitor in Its Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com08 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Recognised as highly concentrated and sensitive towards price volatility, the European market for process oil is characterised by high entry barriers, thus, it is difficult for new participants to enter this regional market.
As of 2014, the consumption of process oil in the European region reached 923.3 KT. The regional processed oil consumption is likely to register 1.5% CAGR through 2020.
Nowadays, process oil finds application in various spheres including textile, polymer, rubber, tire and personal care industries, among others. In the year 2014, tire & rubber sector accounted for the largest share of the European process oil market in terms of value. Furthermore, this sector will continue following an upward trend due to constantly rising demand.
The research report “Europe Process Oil Market” drawn up by MicroMarketMonitor provides a great opportunity to delve deep into the European process oil market scenario. This study provides a 360-degree analysis of the current situation in the European market as well as projects its possible future development, outlines the prevailing opportunities up to 2020. It includes thorough qualitative and quantitative analyses of the market, discusses the competitive landscape and reviews the performance of the major market participants. It presents the European process oil market assessment based on oil type, application and geography. Moreover, the report concentrates on the competitive environment and includes profiles of leading market players including Royal Dutch Shell PLC., Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV, Nynas Ab and Avista Oil AG.
Europe Process Oil Market By Type (Naphthenic, Paraffinic, Aromatic, Others), by Application (Personal Care, Tire & Rubber, Polymer, Textile, Others) Forecast to 2020
Published: January 1, 2016
Price: US$ 2,650.00
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