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Global Bromine Market 2018 Trends & Opportunities

The report titled "Global Bromine Market: Trends & Opportunities (2012-2017)" analyzes the global bromine market with in-depth discussion on the refinery production of bromine in different region across the globe. The key market challenges recognized by the analysts and the major trends of bromine market are presented in the report. The report also includes the competitive landscape of the industry and analyzes the leading players of the bromine market and their business strategies.

Geographical Coverage

·         Asia-Pacific

·         Europe

·         Middle East

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Company Coverage

·         Albemarle Corporation

·         Chemtura Corporation

·         Israel Chemicals Limited

·         BASF SE

·         Tata Chemicals Limited

·         Tosoh Corporation

Globally, the demand for bromine is expected to increase in the future despite the fact that bromine has been banned in the European countries due to health issues and its harmful impact on the environment. The demand of bromine will be driven chiefly by its usage in the development of new applications, thereby creating a supply-demand imbalance in the future as demand of bromine is expected to surpass its production capacity. The United States is the biggest market for bromine, followed by Israel and China and the leading players operate in the bromine industry include Israel Chemicals, Chemtura Corporation and Albemarle Corporation.

The major application of bromine is in flame retardants and its demand increases as the need for security rises. Also, the demand for new and modern cars will drive the demand for bromubtyl rubber, a derivative obtained by the reaction of butyl rubber with bromine and it is mainly used in tires.

The potential area of growth for the bromine industry is to remove mercury emission at coal-fired power plants through bromine based technologies. Application of bromine compounds to neutralize mercury emissions seems to be more cost-efficient in comparison to other materials such as chlorine, fluorine, or iodine-based compounds.

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Table of Contents

1. Bromine: An Introduction 

2. Brominated Flame Retardants (BFR): An Introduction 

3. Global Bromine Market: An Analysis 

3.1. Global Bromine Availability: Actual and Forecast 
3.2. Global Bromine Demand and Supply: Actual & Forecast 

4. Global Bromine Market Share Analysis 

4.1. Global Market Share by Regions 
4.2. Global Market Share by End User Application 
4.3. Global Elemental Bromine Capacity 

5. Global Bromine Market: Regional Analysis

5.1. Global Bromine Market: Europe 
5.1.1. Germany 

5.2. Global Bromine Market: Middle East

5.2.1. Israel 
5.2.2. Jordan 

5.3. Global Bromine Market: Asia-Pacific 
5.3.1. China 

6. Global Brominated Flame Retardants Market Share: An Analysis 

6.1. Global Brominated Flame Retardants Demand
6.2. Global Consumption of Flame Retardants in Plastics 

7. Bromine Market Drivers and Challenges

7.1. Global Bromine Market: Growth Drivers 

7.1.1. Industrial Application 
7.1.2. Growing Population 
7.1.3. New Applications of Bromine 

7.2. Global Bromine Market: Challenges 

7.2.1. Regulations Setbacks 
7.2.2. Environmental, Health Issues Causing Shift in Product Mix 
7.2.3. Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Risk 

8. Global Bromine Market Trends 

9. Global Bromine Market: Competitive Landscape 

10. Global Bromine Market: Company Analysis

10.1. Albemarle Corporation 
10.1.1. Business Overview 
10.1.2. Business Strategy 

10.2. Chemtura Corporation 
10.2.1. Business Overview 
10.2.2. Business Strategy 

10.3. Israel Chemicals Limited 
10.3.1. Business Overview 
10.3.2. Business Strategy 

10.4. BASF SE 
10.4.1. Business Overview 
10.4.2. Business Strategy 

10.5. Tata Chemicals Limited 
10.5.1. Business Overview 
10.5.2. Business Strategy 

10.6. Tosoh Corporation 
10.6.1. Business Overview 
10.6.2. Business Strategy 

List of Figures

Figure 1: The Concept Bromine Production Process 
Figure 2: Global Bromine Availability, By Volume, 2007-12 (‘000' Metric Tons) 
Figure 3: Global Bromine Availability Forecast, By Volume, 2013-18 (‘000' Metric Tons)
Figure 4: Global Demand and Supply of Bromine Forecast, By Volume, 2008-18 (‘000' Metric Tons) 
Figure 5: Global Bromine Production Market Share, By Regions (%) 
Figure 6: Global Bromine Market Share By End User Application, 2011 (%)
Figure 7: Global Elemental Bromine Capacity Market Share, 2011
Figure 8: Dead Sea is the Source of the Most Highly-Concentrated Bromine in g/l (grams of bromine per liter of water)
Figure 9: Estimated World Refinery Production in Germany, By Volume, 2007-2011 (Metric Tons)
Figure 10: Estimated World Refinery Production in Israel, By Volume, 2007-2011 (Metric Tons)
Figure 11: Estimated World Refinery Production in Jordan, By Volume, 2007-2011 (Metric Tons)
Figure 12: Estimated World Refinery Production in China, By Volume, 2007-2011 (Metric Tons)
Figure 13: Global BFR Demand Largely driven by Asian Countries, 2011
Figure 14: Global Consumption of Flame Retardants in Plastics by Type, By Volume, 2011 
Figure 15: Global Population Growth, 2005-12 (Billion) 
Figure 16: Urban Population, 2005-2011 (Billion) 
Figure 17: Motor Vehicle, 2004-2010 (Per 1000 People) 
Figure 18: Global Bromine Capacity By Producer, By Volume (‘000' Metric tons) 
Figure 19: Bromine Market Share of Leading Competitors 
Figure 20: ICL Industrial Products 
Figure 21: ICL Capitalizing On Competitive Advantages 

List of Tables

Table 1: Selected World Bromine Annual Plant Capacities And Sources As Of December 31, 2011 
Table 2: Bromine End Uses: Key Drivers and Growth Rates
Table 3: Production Location of Albemarle 
Table 4: Chemtura Key Businesses Have Industry Leading Positions 
Table 5: Chemtura: Industrial Engineered Products 
Table 6: ICL Major Markets