Environmental Regulations Hit Global Oxoalcohols Market, According to Petrochemical Reporters Report Available at MarketPublishers.com05 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Clear liquids having characteristic odors, oxo alcohols represent the most important raw material component being used in the large-volume plasticizers’ production. Coatings, solvents, adhesives and specialty markets are other application fields.
Propylene-base oxo alcohols like n-butanol and 2-ethylhexyl alcohol capture the largest market share in terms of volume.
Environmental regulations have large influence on this marketplace. For instance, more than five types of phthalate softeners were banned not so long ago in North America and Europe, and DOP was of key targets of the ban. DOP has held a position of the largest volume plasticizer being consumed into the PVC industry.
DOTP has started to penetrate the DOP market around ten years ago given an advantage in its status as a terephthalate (TP), as opposed to phthalate. Besides, some other higher oxo alcohols (e.g. isononyl) have become DOP rivals.
In-demand research report “The Global Oxoalcohols Market 2016” drawn up by Petrochemical Reporters offers a comprehensive guide to the world’s oxo alcohols marketplace. The study contains a detailed overview of the market. It shares with a reader latest news in the field and outlines impact of developing trends in feedstock.
The report covers development taking place in bio-oxo and oxo alcohols. The research study limelights performance of regional markets. It includes data on supply and consumption trends and casts light on supply-demand equilibrium. Information on separate countries is available in the research report, as well.
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