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  • 13 March - 19 March 2014Vol. No.1 Issue No. 2

    CHEMICAL BUSINESS WEEKLY

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    ? 2,6-Xylidine ? Para Amino Benzoic Acid [PABA]

    ? Acetonitrile ? Para Bromo Fluoro Benzene

    ? Aluminium Chloride ? Perchloroethyleme [PCE]

    ? Benzaldehyde ? Para Chloro Aniline HCL [PCA-HCL]

    ? Bromo Penta Fluoro Benzene ? Para Nitro Benzoic Acid

    ? Cadium metal ? Para Nitro Toluene [PNT]

    ? Chloroform ? Para Toluidine[PT]

    ? Chloro Di Fluro Acetic acid & ? Penta Fluro Benzoic Acid

    ? Derivatives ? Potassium Fluoride

    ? Di Fluoro Acetic Acid Derivatives ? Sodium Methoside [Solution & Powder]

    ? Ethyl Trifluoro Acetate ? Tetra Fluoro Benzyl Alcohol

    ? Hexa Fluoro Acetone Trihydrade ? Toluene [Bulk]

    ? Hexa Fluoro Propylene Oxide ? Trichloroethylene [TCE]

    ? Hexafluoro -2 - Propanol ? Tri Fluoro Acetic Acid & Derivatives

    ? Iso Propyl Alcohol [IPA] ? Tri Fluoro Acetic Anhydride

    ? Methylene Chloride[MDC] ? Zinc Based Alloys

    ? Mono Chlora Benzene [MCB] ? Zinc Dust [Pharma, Agro

    ? Ortho Anisidine [OA] &Electroplating]? Zinc Ingot [SHG]? Ortho Chloro Benzoic Acid [OCBA]? Zinc Oxide? Ortho tolidine [OT Base]

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    CHEMICAL BUSINESS WEEKLY

    CONTENTS

    Global Chemical Import Prices.........................................................................27Indian Chemical Export Prices.........................................................................28Chemical Raw Material (Mumbai)....................................................................21Chemical Raw Material (Hyderabad)...............................................................32Chemical Raw Material (Delhi)........................................................................32Chemical Raw Material (Chennai)...................................................................33

    Product Index.................................. 36 Advertisers Index............................40

    EDITORIAL

    NEWS

    New guidance proposed by Health & Safety Executive...................................16

    ARTICLE

    Magnetic drive pumps gain acceptance in the chemical industry.....................34

    CHEMICAL MACHINERY ARTICLE

    PRICES

    INDEX

    Indian chemical industry to grow at the rate of 12%.......................................10

    Tata Chemicals................................................................................................14

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  • he Indian chemical industry was the second and coal-bed methane, will make a major contribution

    largest producer in Asia in terms of volume, after to future North American gas production.

    China. The Indian chemical industry is currently Unconventional gas production is forecast to increase Tat US $136 Billion approximately, and is likely to grow from 42 percent of total US gas production in 2007 to

    at a compound annual growth rate of 10-12 percent 64 percent in 2020. API has assembled this fact sheet

    over the next five years. Over the last decade, the to provide background information on shale gas, its

    Indian chemical industry has strengthened its potential and its importance. Unconventional natural

    competitiveness in agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals gas deposits are difficult to characterize overall, but in

    segments, becoming one of the major exporters for general are often lower in resource concentration,

    these segments, globally. The industry also witnessed more dispersed over large areas, and require well

    increased investments in the specialty sector, which is stimulation or some other extraction or conversion

    poised to be the fastest growing segment in India, technology. Extremely large natural gas in-place

    Frost & Sullivan states in its white paper titled 'Indian volumes are represented by these resources, and the

    Chemical Industry and Mega Trends Impacting the US has produced only a fraction of their ultimate

    Industry' that was released at 7th Annual India potential. Shale gas is defined as natural gas from

    Chemical Industry Outlook Conference. In this edition, shale formations. The shale acts as both the source

    eminent speakers and dignitaries provided inputs on and the reservoir for the natural gas. Older shale gas

    the challenges and opportunities in the chemicals and wells were vertical while more recent wells are

    materials space in context to the global chemicals and primarily horizontal and need artificial stimulation, like

    materials industry. The event aimed to provide an hydraulic fracturing, to produce. Only shale formations

    understanding of the megatrends, technology and with certain characteristics will produce gas. The most

    innovation impacting the industry, and the role of significant trend in US natural gas production is the

    various stakeholders for leveraging these opportunities. rapid rise in production from shale formations. In large

    The Indian chemical industry is heading towards measure this is attributable to significant advances in

    exciting times compared to what's happening around the use of horizontal drilling and well stimulation

    the world. The industry is witnessing several major technologies and refinement in the cost-effectiveness

    global developments like shale gas developments in of these technologies. Hydraulic fracturing is the most

    North America, major non-oil and gas diversification significant of these.

    drives in the Middle East, expanding chemical capacity As mentioned by HS Karangle, Director

    in China, etc. Indian manufacturers have to be aware of General of ICC, the India Chemical Industry Outlook

    as they plan their growth strategies over the next Conference has served as a platform for people from

    decade. It is imperative to bring the best minds under the industry to come together and discuss on sector

    one roof, as well as provide a platform where the initial specific themes. The 7th edition of the conference is

    seeds can be sown towards devising strategies to designed to bring pertinent issues faced by the

    increase India's share from the current 5 percent that it chemical industry today to the forefront and talk about

    holds today in the global chemical industry. the way forward for the industry.

    Shale gas is one of the most rapidly growing

    forms of natural gas. It, along with other non-

    conventional forms of natural gas, such as tight gas

    CHEMICAL BUSINESS WEEKLY

    EDITORIAL

    INDIAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY TO GROW AT THE RATE OF 12%

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