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Research and Markets: Global Pump Trends – The Chemical Industry 2015 Report


March 4, 2015
By Business Wire News

DUBLIN

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qq5w29/global_pump) has announced the addition of the “Global Pump Trends – The Chemical Industry” report to their offering.

This research service covers the global opportunities for pumps in the chemical industry. It provides regional analyses of how the economic factors will impact the market and also the growth propellers that the pump industry could experience in the concerned fiscal year. Opportunities that shale gas in North America poses for pumps companies are explained; growth opportunities for pumps have also been highlighted.

In addition, the study details the government initiatives being taken up in key countries like Brazil, India, China, and Russia and the factors that drive new developments in the chemical industry which, in turn, favor the pumps industry. The study concludes by comparing growth of sales across geographies

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

  • World Economic Background

2. Global Economic Overview

  • Global Chemical Industry Outlook
  • Latest Technological Advancements in Chemistry

3. North America – Shale Gas Analysis

  • Chemicals – The Shale Revolution Makes America’s Chemicals Industry More Dynamic
  • Global Outlook on Olefins – Strong Supply of Ethylene Derivatives in NA Drives Down Pricing
  • Shale Gas Catalyst in the US – Catalyst for Growth
  • Infrastructure Developments from Storage to Transportation to Fractionation Across Key Regions

4. European Chemicals Landscape

  • Aging Plants and Expensive Feedstock – Europe Losing Momentum in the Chemicals Industry
  • World Chemicals Output Overview
  • The Verbund Concept

5. Emerging Markets Key to Growth in Global Chemicals Industry

  • Growth Drivers in Emerging Markets
  • BRIC is Hungry for Growth
  • Government Support in the BRICS Region
  • Chemical Industry Outlook – ey Geographic Focus
  • Specialty Chemicals Head East – BRIC to Contribute at Least 40% to the Global Market by 2015

6. Conclusion

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qq5w29/global_pump

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