This report on Global Silicon Tetrachloride Market details about the market size, market growth rate and global forecast for the next five years i.e. 2026. The report is a complete analysis assessing the pricing trends, market consumption and sales forecasts. This study covers the competitive landscape by profiling the major market players. The vital information of the market is collected through authentic sources and reviewed by industry experts.
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According to our latest research, the global Silicon Tetrachloride size is estimated to be xx million in 2020 from USD xx million in 2019, with a change of XX% between 2019 and 2020. The global Silicon Tetrachloride market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of xx% for the next five years.
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Market segment by Type, covers
- Electronics Grade
- Technical Grade
Market segment by Application can be divided into
- Chemical Intermediate
- Silicone Rubber
- Optic Fiber Preform
The key market players for global Silicon Tetrachloride market are listed below:
- Dow Chemical
- Praxair, Inc.
- Phoenix Infrared
- II-VI Incorporated
- R’AIN Group
- Vital Materials
- Beijing Guojinghui
- ATS Optical Material
- Reade International Corp
Market segment by Region, regional analysis covers
- North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
- Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, and Rest of Europe)
- Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Australia)
- South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Rest of South America)
- Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, South Africa, and Rest of Middle East & Africa)
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1 Market Overview
2 Manufacturers Profiles
3 Silicon Tetrachloride Sales by Manufacturer
4 Market Analysis by Region
5 Market Segment by Type
6 Market Segment by Application
7 North America by Country, by Type, and by Application
8 Europe by Country, by Type, and by Application
9 Asia-Pacific by Country, by Type, and by Application
10 South America by Country, by Type, and by Application
11 Middle East & Africa by Country, by Type, and by Application
12 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
13 Research Findings and Conclusion
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U.S. Crude Oil Inventory Declines; Weekly Demand Increases But Remains Modest, EIA Says
After jumping a week earlier, domestic oil inventories dropped during the week ended Dec. 11, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Wednesday.
EIA said in its Weekly Petroleum Status Report that U.S. commercial crude oil inventories — excluding those in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve — decreased by 3.1 million bbl from the prior week. A week earlier, stockpiles increased by nearly 15.2 million bbl amid robust imports and after light post-Thanksgiving holiday demand, lifting crude storage to its highest level since August.
The latest result “was a nice walk down from last week’s supersized” build, said Robert Yawger, director of energy futures at Mizuho Securities USA LLC. The prior week increase “threatened to overwhelm storage in a relatively short time span. This week’s report has reduced those concerns.”
Despite a draw in the latest covered week, U.S. inventory of 500.1 million bbl is still about 10% above the five-year average for this time of year, EIA said.
Demand, meanwhile, increased 4% week/week for the latest covered period, EIA said, but it remained weak relative to pre-pandemic levels in 2019. Demand has been choppy on a week-to-week basis but, aside from an occasional exception, it has been consistently below year-earlier levels in recent months.
Demand for the Dec. 11 week was 11% below the comparable week of 2019, with jet fuel consumption down 44% year/year and gasoline off 15%.
Total petroleum products supplied over the past four weeks averaged 18.9 million b/d, EIA said, down 8% from the comparable period a year earlier. Over the same period, motor gasoline demand fell 13%, while jet fuel demand dropped 36%.
With the pandemic intensifying during November and December across the United States, analysts at Raymond James & Associates said Wednesday demand headwinds are “not going away anytime soon.”
Refinery utilization declined to 79.1% last week from 79.9% in the prior week. Imports totaled 7.7 million b/d, down from 8.6 million b/d.
Earlier this week, both the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) updated their global oil demand forecasts to reflect the adverse impacts of the ongoing pandemic.
Pointing to travel restrictions imposed to slow coronavirus outbreaks, IEA said demand for jet fuel and gasoline in both Europe and the United States remain weak. The Paris-based watchdog said 2020 oil demand would fall 8.8 million b/d when compared to 2019, to 91.2 million b/d. That was 50,000 b/d lower than its November forecast.
OPEC expects oil demand to decline by 9.77 million b/d to 89.99 million b/d this year, down slightly from a previous outlook.
IEA and OPEC researchers said coronavirus vaccines that health officials began to roll out this week in the United States – and earlier in Europe – are expected to eventually help bring an end to the pandemic and pave a path for increased travel and fuel needs.
Both organizations, however, also emphasized it will take several months to inoculate enough people to substantially lower infection risks and normalize travel conditions. In the meantime, demand for both gasoline and jet fuel is likely to remain light through the winter months.
December 17, 2020
NHL Rumors: Vancouver Canucks, Colorado Avalanche, and the Montreal Canadiens – NHL Rumors
Rick Dhaliwal: There have been lots of recent rumors about Vancouver Canucks prospect Vasili Podkolzin leaving his KHL team, SKA, after he was made a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Sources say that as of now the plan remains that he’d spend the rest of the season with SKA.
Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog is entering the final year of his contract which carries a $5.57 million salary cap hit. He won’t be the only Avs free agents – Philipp Grubauer and Brandon Saad will be UFAs, and Cale Makar will be a RFA. After the 2021-22 season, Nathan MacKinnon will need a new deal.
“Gabe is looking forward to staying his whole career with the Avs,’’ his agent Peter Wallen said. “Joe Sakic’s intention is the very same … we are looking forward to signing long term when we all know where COVID-19 is taking us.’’
The Avs and Landeskog’s have already spoken.
Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette: Montreal Canadiens forward Paul Byron is healthy is battling for a spot on the fourth line.
Bryon has had his name in the rumors as the Canadiens will be tight to the salary cap. He’s in the second year of his four-year deal with a $3.4 million salary cap hit.
Bryon ignores the trade rumors as they out of his control, and only focusing on helping the Canadiens.
“I”m very excited to be here,” he said. “We have a very good team, a lot of good acquisitions this summer. The chance that our team has for this year is rare. It excites me. I want to be on a team that’s in the playoffs, I want to be on a team that has a chance to win the Stanley Cup, so it’s a lot of fun to be here for this camp and I’m ready for a very good year.”