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China Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Industry Report, 2012-2014

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China Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Industry Report, 2012-2014

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In recent years, China's output of phosphorite has presented rapid growth. In 2011, China's phosphorite output hit 81.224 million tons, ranking No. 1 in the world. But the phosphorite features low grade, and the high-grade ores (>30%) only accounts for 9% of the total. In the context of declining ore grade, the production costs of Chinese phosphorite mining enterprises will show a rising trend. But the price of China's phosphorite has been lower than the international level, because the major producing areas restrict the resource outflow and 35% export tariff is levied.

The demand for phosphorite is mainly from phosphate fertilizer and primary phosphate products which characterize low added value. In 2011, 71.0% of China's total output of phosphorite was used for the production of phosphate fertilizer, and 13.0% and 6.0% were applied in manufacturing yellow phosphorus and feed respectively. Now the total capacity of phosphate fertilizer surpasses 21 million tons (P205), while the domestic demand only reaches around 12 million tons. Moreover, a large number of phosphate fertilizer plants still wait to be put into operation, when a serious oversupply will emerge.

China's phosphorus chemical industry keeps being transferred to upstream and high value-added downstream sectors (mainly high-end phosphide and phosphate). As China adopts thermal phosphoric acid process to produce high-end phosphide and phosphate and the policies concerning phosphorus chemical industry support the integrated superior companies, electricity, self-sufficiency of phosphorite and so forth will determine the production costs and competitive edges of a company. Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd. is one of the leaders in the integrated development of phosphorus chemical.

Now Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group boasts phosphorite reserve of 220 million tons and annual capacity of 5 million tons. In 2011, the gross margin of the company's phosphorite registered 80.9%, much higher than its consolidated gross margin of 13.8%. Moreover, the company also owns phosphorite which is still in exploration phase (estimated reserves of 150 million tons). With respect to the phosphorus chemical, the company possesses a wide range of fine phosphorus chemical products, with annual capacity exceeding 1 million tons. Additionally, the company will continue to promote the industrial grade phosphorus chemical products to transform to food and electronic grade ones, and inorganic phosphorus chemical to organophosphorus chemical, and focus on the development of compound phosphate, organophosphorus flame retardant, water treatment agent and organophosphorus extracting agent.

The report mainly highlights the followings:

Reserves, market supply and price trend of phosphorite in China and the World;Policy environment and industrial chain characteristics of China's phosphorus chemical industry, and the influence exerted by its upstream and downstream sectors; Status quo, market supply and demand, price trend and competitive landscape of China's traditional phosphorus chemicals such as yellow phosphorus, phosphoric acid and phosphate, etc.Current situation, market supply and demand, and competition pattern of China's fine phosphorus chemicals like organophosphorus flame retardants, electronic grade phosphorus chemicals, phosphorus-containing chemicals of new energy battery, organophosphorus pesticides, phosphorus-based water treatment agent; Production, operation, investment & merger, phosphorus and phosphorus chemical business and development prospects of 10 phosphorus and phosphorus chemical enterprises in China.

Table of Contents

1 Overview of Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Industry1.1 Introduction to Phosphorite1.2 Phosphorus Chemical Industry

2 Global and China Phosphorite Industry

2.1 Status Quo of Global Phosphorite Industry

2.1.1 Reserves

2.1.2 Production

2.1.3 Consumption

2.2 Status Quo of Phosphorite Industry in China

2.2.1 Production

2.2.2 Demand

2.3 Price Trend of Phosphorite

3 Policy Environment of China's Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Industry3.1 Policy Environment3.2 Upstream and Downstream Industry3.2.1 Industrial Chain3.2.2 Industry Characteristics

4 Market Segments of Chinese Traditional Phosphorous Chemical Industry

4.1 Yellow Phosphorus

4.1.1 Overview

4.1.2 Market Supply and Demand

4.1.3 Price Trend

4.2 Phosphoric Acid

4.2.1 Overview

4.2.2 Market Supply and Demand

4.3 Phosphate Fertilizer

4.3.1 Overview

4.3.2 Market Supply and Demand

4.3.3 Competition Pattern

5 Market Segments of Chinese Fine Phosphorus Chemical Industry5.1 Organophosphorus Flame Retardants5.1.1 Overview5.1.2 Demand5.1.3 Competitive Landscape5.2 Electronic Grade Phosphorus Chemicals5.2.1 Overview5.2.2 Demand5.2.3 Competitive Landscape5.3 Phosphorus-containing Chemicals for New Energy Batteries5.3.1 Overview5.3.2 Demand5.3.3 Competitive Landscape5.4 Organophosphorus Pesticides5.4.1 Overview5.4.2 Demand5.4.3 Competitive Landscape5.4.4 Price Trend5.5 Phosphorus-based Water Treatment Agent

6 Key Phosphorite and Phosphorus Chemical Enterprises in China

6.1 Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd.

6.1.1 Profile

6.1.2 Operation

6.1.3 Revenue Structure

6.1.4 Gross Margin

6.1.5 R&D and Investment

6.1.6 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.1.7 Forecast and Outlook

6.2 Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd.

6.2.1 Profile

6.2.2 Operation

6.2.3 Revenue Structure

6.2.4 Gross Margin

6.2.5 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.2.6 Forecast and Outlook

6.3 Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.

6.3.1 Profile

6.3.2 Operation

6.3.3 Revenue Structure

6.3.4 Gross Margin

6.3.5 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.3.6 Forecast and Outlook

6.4 Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd.

6.4.1 Profile

6.4.2 Operation

6.4.3 Revenue Structure

6.4.4 Gross Margin

6.4.5 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.4.6 Forecast and Outlook

6.5 Yibin Tianyuan Group Co., Ltd.

6.5.1 Profile

6.5.2 Operation

6.5.3 Revenue Structure

6.5.4 Gross Margin

6.5.5 R&D and Investment

6.5.6 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.5.7 Forecast and Outlook

6.6 Guizhou Kailin Group Co., Ltd.

6.6.1 Profile

6.6.2 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.7 Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd.

6.7.1 Profile

6.7.2 Operation

6.7.3 Revenue Structure

6.7.4 Gross Margin

6.7.5 R&D and Investment

6.7.6 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.7.7 Forecast and Outlook

6.8 Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd.

6.8.1 Profile

6.8.2 Operation

6.8.3 Revenue Structure

6.8.4 Gross Margin

6.8.5 R&D and Investment

6.8.6 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.8.7 Forecast and Outlook

6.9 Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd.

6.9.1 Profile

6.9.2 Operation

6.9.3 Revenue Structure

6.9.4 Gross Margin

6.9.5 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.9.6 Forecast and Outlook

6.10 Yuntianhua Group

6.10.1 Profile

6.10.2 Operation

6.10.3 Revenue Structure

6.10.4 Gross Margin

6.10.5 Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Business

6.10.6 Forecast and Outlook

Selected Charts

Reserves of Phosphorite in Major Countries, 2011

Global Phosphorite Output, 1900-2100E

Global Phosphorite Output by Grade, 1999-2010

Phosphorite Output in Major Countries or Regions, 2011

Origins of Phosphorite Worldwide, 2006-2010

Export Volume of Global Phosphorite Resources by Region, 2010

Global Phosphorite Consumption by Region, 2010-2011

Consumption Structure of Global Phosphorite by Usage, 2010

Phosphorite Reserves in China, 2000-2011

Phosphorite Output in China, 2001-2011

Phosphorite Resources in China by Quality Type

Basic Requirements Posed by Major Phosphorus Chemical Products on Phosphorite Raw Material

Phosphorite Output in China by Region, 2011

Phosphorite Consumption in China by Usage, 2011

Price Trend of Phosphorite in China and beyond, 2006-2012

Price Trend of DAP in China and beyond, 2006-2012

Major Policies Concerning Phosphorus and Phosphorus Chemical Industry in China, 2011-2012

Phosphorus Chemical Industry Chain

Smile Curve of Phosphorus Chemical Industry (Hubei Xingfa)

Production Costs of Yellow Phosphorus

Capacity of Yellow Phosphorus in China, 2003-2010

Output of Yellow Phosphorus in China, 2001-2010

Export Volume of Yellow Phosphorus in China, 2005-2011

Market Price of Yellow Phosphorus (?99.9%) in China, 2010-2012

Supply and Demand of Global Phosphoric Acid, 2011-2015E

Production Costs of Thermal Process Phosphoric Acid (85% H3PO4) in China

Production Costs of Wet Process Phosphoric Acid (100% P2O5 per ton) in China

Output of Phosphate Fertilizer in China, 2001-2015

Import and Export Volume of Phosphate Fertilizer in China, 2008-2011

Newly-added Capacity of Phosphate Fertilizer in China, 2001-2011

Newly-added Capacity of DAP/MAP in China, 2011-2012

Global Flame Retardant by Application

Classification and Performance of Flame Retardants

Consumption Volume and Value of Global Flame Retardants, 2008-2014E

Classification of Ideal Flame Retardant by Performance

Market Structure of Global Flame Retardant by Type, 2011

Comparison of Halogen-free and Halogen-containing Phosphate Flame Retardants

Performance Comparison of Phosphorus-based Flame Retardants for PC/ABS

Major Varieties of Organic Insulation Materials

Main Chinese Organophosphorus-based Flame Retardant Manufacturers and Their Capacity

Major Chinese Electronic Grade Phosphoric Acid Producers and Their Capacity

Characteristics and Application of Lithium Battery Electrolytes

Nature and Usage of Lithium Salt

Advantages and Disadvantages of Lithium Salt

Major Production Processes of Lithium Hexafluorophosphate

Global Demand for Lithium Battery Electrolyte, 2010-2020E

Global Demand for Lithium Hexafluorophosphate, 2010-2020E

Global Demand for Lithium Battery Electrolyte and Lithium Hexafluorophosphate, 2011-2020E

Capacity of Major Lithium Battery Electrolyte Manufacturers Worldwide, 2011

Existing and Projected Capacity of Global Lithium Hexafluorophosphate Worldwide, 2011

Key Chinese Lithium Hexafluorophosphate Manufacturers and Their Production

Classification and Major Products of Organophosphorus Pesticide

Major Application Area of Glyphosate

Market Size of Major Pesticide Varieties Worldwide, 2010

Global Consumption of Glyphosate, 1994 -2011

Capacity and Output of Key Glyphosate Manufacturers in China, 2011

Operating Rate of Glyphosate in China, 2009-2012

Number of Operating Glyphosate Enterprises in China, 2009-2012

Price of Glyphosate in China, 2010-2014E

Characteristics and Representative Products of Water Quality Stabilizer in China

Characteristics and Representative Products of Phosphorus-based Water Treatment Agent in China

Revenue and Net Income of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2009-2012

Investment Projects of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2012

Reserves and Capacity of Hubei Xingfa's Phosphorite, 2012

Hydroelectric Resource of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2012

Phosphorus Chemical Industry Chain of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2012

Revenue and Net Income of Hubei Xingfa Chemicals Group Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Capacity of Jiangsu Chengxing's Major Products, 2012

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Chengxing Phosph-Chemicals Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Hubei Yihua's Capacity and Profit of Major Products

Distribution of Hubei Yihua's Phosphorite Resources, 2012

Revenue and Net Income of Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Investment Projects of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd., by the End of Jun. 2012

Capacity of Anhui Liuguo's Major Products

Revenue and Net Income of Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Geological Exploration and Resource Reserves of Phosphorite Resources in Kaiyang County, 2011

Guizhou Kailin's Phosphorite Resources, 2011

Revenue and Gross Margin of Guizhou Kailin Group Co., Ltd., 2007-2012

Net Income and Net Profit Margin of Guizhou Kailin Group Co., Ltd., 2007-2012

Output, Sales Volume and Price of Guizhou Kailin Group Co., Ltd., 2007-2011

Guizhou Kailin's Proposed Projects and Investment, 2011

Revenue and Net Income of Yibin Tianyuan Group, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Yibin Tianyuan Group by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Yibin Tianyuan Group by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Yibin Tianyuan Group by Product, 2008-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Yibin Tianyuan Group, 2008-2011

Investment Projects and Progress of Yibin Tianyuan Group, 2012

Capacity of Yibin Tianyuan Group's Main Products

Revenue and Net Income of Yibin Tianyuan Group, 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd., 2008-2011

Revenue and Net Income of Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd., 2008-2011

Investment Projects and Progress of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd., 2012

Capacity Distribution and Expansion Plan of Jiangsu Yoke's Flame Retardant, 2012

Major Businesses and Products of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd.

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Yoke Technology Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd., 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd. by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd. by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd., 2011-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Yuntianhua Group, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Yuntianhua Group by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Yuntianhua Group by Region, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Yuntianhua Group by Product, 2008-2012

Yuntianhua Group's Main Business and Capacity after Asset Injection, 2012

Operation of Yuntianhua Group's Proposed Acquired Assets, 2011

Revenue and Net Income of Yuntianhua Group, 2011-2014E

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