This series of reports provides information on the market size and supply structure of industrial gases in North America. Currently our information on this region uses 2014 as a base year.
Due to the sheer size and complexity of the North America market, gasworld Business Intelligence have produced eight regional reports to cover the country’s industrial gas market. Revenues generated by the commercial industrial gas market in the country reached almost $20 billion in 2014, and forecasts predict strong growth of between 2.7% p.a. and 3.7 p.a., up to 2020.
The Mexican industrial gas market is currently the third largest market in North America, behind Canada and the United States. Over the course of the last decade industrial gas revenues have grown at a healthy rate of 2.7%.
The Canadian industrial gas market is currently the second largest market in North America, behind the United States. The market has struggled to develop strong growth rates over the course of the last decade, with an average growth rate of 0.9% p.a.
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