In the latest instalment of its regional markets series, gasworld Business Intelligence provides a snapshot of activity in the Mid-Atlantic industrial gas market, including Delware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Incorporating Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Ohio, with gasworld Business Intelligence.
In 2016, the Middle East industrial gases business generated revenues of $2.3bn, up from $875m in 2006, indicating an impressive average annual growth rate of just under 10%, in-keeping with the region’s wide reputation as one of the key emerging markets for the industry.
The industrial gas market of the US South West is the second-largest out of the eight regions of the country, just being eclipsed by the sprawling market of the neighboring South East region.
The three largest markets in the North America region are the US, Canada and Mexico, with these three markets generating around $23bn of industrial gas revenues in 2016, up from just over $22bn in 2015, writes Rob Cockerill.
One of the region’s thought to be a point of contention in the proposed merger of equals of Praxair, Inc. and Linde AG is South America. This is also a region in the headlines of late for its economic struggles, with President Trump’s newly announced trade tariff (25%) on steel ...
UK, France, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Spain and Portugal (Iberia) in focus. By Rob Cockerill.
Industrial gas companies continue to supply large quantities of hydrogen through their onsite pipeline (OSP) business used by oil and gas refineries, basic and specialty chemical manufacturers, and food processors, writes Maura D. Garvey.
In this month’s regional market series, gasworld Business Intelligence focuses on Eastern Europe. The region has experienced better growth than its Western neighbour, chiefly due to the fact many more emerging markets are found in the East.