Sulfur Market Review 2010 Now Available at MarketPublishers.com17 May 2010 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In 2008 supply shortfall coupled with increasing demand from the fertilizer and industrial sectors, along with reducing inventory levels, contributed to sulfur price hikes. A reduction in Chinese imports and the effect of the global economy’s steep fall, thereby reducing demand for phosphate fertilizer, resulted in reduced trade causing a collapse in pricing. In 2010, the sulfur market has moved away from a deficit position to an emerging surplus condition.
Sulfur is one of the chemical industry’s most important raw materials. It is used principally as the derivative (sulfuric acid) in many chemical and industrial processes and is particularly important in the manufacture of phosphate fertilizers, the single largest end use for sulfur.
Sulfur Market Review 2010 has been recently added by Market Publishers Ltd. The report focuses on a study of the global Sulfur market. It features major Sulfur producers, prices, supply and demand conditions, as well as international trade.
The research studies important aspects of Sulfur market and provides thorough analysis, focusing on the world, regional and country markets. It also includes outlook of the world Sulfur market.
Updated: Jan, 2010
1. WORLD SULFUR MARKET
1.1. Sulfur in Global Industry
1.2. Sulfur Market Overview
1.2.1. Sulfur production
1.2.2. Sulfur Export
1.2.3. Sulfur Import
1.2.4. Sulfur Consumption
2. NORTH AMERICAN MARKET OF SULFUR
2.1.1. Legislation and Government Programs
2.1.6. Foreign Trade
3. LATIN AMERICAN MARKET OF SULFUR
4. EUROPEAN MARKET OF SULFUR
4.1. European Union market of sulfur
4.2. CIS market of sulfur
5. ASIAN AND MIDDLE EAST MARKET OF SULFUR
6. AFRICAN MARKET OF SULFUR
6.1. South Africa
7. OCEANIAN MARKET OF SULFUR
8. SULFUR PRICES
9. FUTURE OUTLOOK (2010-2014)
The market research ‘Sulfur Market Review’ has been worked out by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd, an internationally recognized market research agency, specializing in chemical industry.
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