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美國的潤滑油產業:預測

Lubricants (US Market & Forecast)

出版商 Freedonia Group 商品編碼 134353
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 380 Pages
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美國的潤滑油產業:預測 Lubricants (US Market & Forecast)
出版日期: 2016年04月29日 內容資訊: 英文 380 Pages
簡介

美國的潤滑油的需求,預計2020年達25億加侖。

本報告提供美國的潤滑油市場上過去的需求實績資料,各產品、市場、地區的預測,市場影響因素檢討,競爭策略分析,企業的市場佔有率分析,主要企業簡介等,為您概述為以下內容。

簡介

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • 宏觀經濟預測
  • 製造業預測
  • 消費者支出
  • 汽車預測
  • 汽車的設計、技術
  • 原油、石油煉製品預測
  • 潤滑油添加劑趨勢
  • 過去的市場趨勢
  • 價格趨勢
  • 環境、規定的課題
  • 汽車用潤滑油的分類、檢驗
  • 國際貿易
  • 國際活動

第3章 潤滑油基礎油

  • 概要
  • 石油基油
    • 需求與供給
    • 煉製能力
  • 其他
    • 合成為基礎的液體
    • 再生基油
    • 生物為基礎油

第4章 產品

  • 概要
  • 各配方潤滑油
    • 傳統
    • 合成
    • 再生
    • 生物為基礎
  • 機油
  • 加工油
  • 金屬加工油
  • 一般的產業油
  • 齒輪油
  • 潤滑脂

第5章 市場

  • 概要
  • 小客車
  • 商業用、工業用
  • 非耐用品製造
  • 運輸設備
  • 耐用品製造

第6章 產業結構

  • 概要
  • 產業結構
  • 市場佔有率
  • 收購、子公司出售
  • 競爭策略
  • 行銷
  • 行銷策略
  • 流通
  • 煉製、混合
  • 企業簡介

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目錄
Product Code: 3394

US demand to approach 2.5 billion gallons in 2020

US demand for lubricants will rise slowly through 2020, with advances in industrial applications offsetting continued declines in light vehicle lubricant demand. Despite its maturity, the US lubricant industry will continue to experience significant change. The introduction of new standards and technologies, evolving regulatory requirements, and increasing customer demands for longer lasting, high performance products will all have an impact on base stock selection and supply, product formulation, and consumption trends. In general, growth in the US lubricant industry will be broad-based, with all major product types experiencing increases despite the trend toward lengthening fluid change intervals.

Motor vehicle market to continue declining

According to Lubricants, a new report from The Freedonia Group, the US motor vehicle industry is undergoing a period of technological innovation and development, driven in part by federal regulations that require vehicle manufacturers to increase the fuel efficiency of their fleets. New smaller, but still more powerful engines will increasingly require engine oils made from advanced basestocks and additive packages. At the same time, vehicle manufacturer efforts to reduce maintenance needs by lengthening engine oil and transmission fluid drain intervals will have a dampening effect on lubricant demand. This will be most apparent in the light vehicle market where declines in lubricant consumption will continue throughout the forecast period. However, these trends will also restrain demand growth in the medium- and heavy- duty, as well as off-road, vehicle markets.

Commercial, industrial markets to fare better

Lubricant demand in commercial and industrial applications will fare better, with efficiency improvements offset by higher output levels. At the same time, advances in manufacturing processes will require lubricants that can stand up to more severe operating environments. While this will lead to the increased adoption of more advanced API Group II and III, as well as synthetic, basestocks, lubricant formulators will also need to contend with federal efforts to further restrict and remove from market the use of chlorinated paraffins.

Process oils to have best growth prospects

Freedonia projects that process oils will have the best growth prospects based on their direct consumption during the production process. Metalworking fluids will also experience above average growth, reflecting continued gains in motor vehicle production and the manufacturing sector as a whole. Many products will also increasingly make use of re-refined and biobased basestocks, reflecting state and federal efforts to increase the environmental friendliness of the lubricant industry.

Study coverage

Lubricants presents historical demand data (2005, 2010 and 2015) and forecasts (2020 and 2025) by basestock, formulation, product and market. The study also considers market environment factors, details the industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles 39 US industry competitors.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Macroeconomic Outlook
  • Manufacturing Outlook
  • Consumer Spending Outlook
  • Motor Vehicle Outlook
  • Crude Oil & Refined Petroleum Products Outlook
  • Lubricant Additives Overview
  • Historical Market Trends
  • Pricing Trends
  • Environmental & Regulatory Issues
    • Biobased Lubricants
    • Recycling
    • Re-Refining
  • Motor Vehicle Lubricant Classification & Testing
  • Foreign Trade
  • International Activity

III. LUBRICANT BASESTOCKS

  • General
  • Petroleum Base Oils
    • Petroleum Base Oil Supply & Demand
    • Refining Capacity
  • Nonconventional Basestocks
    • Synthetic Base Fluids
    • Re-Refined Base Oils
    • Biobased Oils

IV. PRODUCTS

  • General
  • Lubricant Formulations
    • Conventional
    • Synthetic
    • Re-Refined
    • Biobased
  • Engine Oils
    • Motor Vehicle Engine Oil Demand
    • Light Vehicle Engine Oil Viscosity Grades
    • Other Engine Oils
  • Transmission & Hydraulic Fluids
    • Industrial Hydraulic Fluids
    • Automatic Transmission Fluids
    • Tractor Hydraulic & Transmission Fluids
    • Other Transmission and Hydraulic Fluids
  • Process Oils
    • Rubber Oils
    • White Oils
    • Electrical Oils
    • Other Process Oils
  • Metalworking Fluids
    • Product Characteristics
    • Suppliers
  • General Industrial Oils
    • Turbine Oils
    • Other General Industrial Oils
  • Gear Oils
    • Vehicle & Equipment Gear Oils
    • Industrial Gear Oils
  • Greases
    • Industrial Greases
    • Vehicle & Equipment Greases

V. MARKETS

  • General
  • Light Vehicles
    • Light Vehicle Industry Outlook
    • Light Vehicle Lubricant Demand
      • Engine Oils
      • Automatic Transmission Fluids
      • Other Lubricants
    • Light Vehicle Engine Oil Outlets
      • Professional
      • DIY
      • Factory Fill
  • Commercial & Industrial
    • Agriculture
      • Agriculture Industry Outlook
      • Agriculture Lubricant Demand
    • Electricity Generation
      • Electricity Generation Industry Outlook
      • Electricity Generation Lubricant Demand
    • Construction
      • Construction Industry Outlook
      • Construction Industry Lubricant Demand
    • Oil & Gas Production
      • Oil & Gas Lubricant Demand
      • Other Commercial & Industrial Markets
  • Nondurable Goods Manufacturing
    • Plastics & Rubber
      • Plastics & Rubber Industry Outlook
      • Plastics & Rubber Lubricant Demand
    • Food & Beverages
      • Food & Beverage Industry Outlook
      • Food & Beverage Lubricant Demand
    • Cosmetics & Toiletries
      • Cosmetic & Toiletry Industry Outlook
      • Cosmetic & Toiletry Lubricant Demand
    • Chemicals
      • Chemical Industry Outlook
      • Chemical Industry Lubricant Demand
    • Paper & Textiles
      • Paper & Textile Industry Outlook
      • Paper & Textile Lubricant Demand
    • Other Nondurable Goods Manufacturing
  • Transportation Equipment
    • Heavy-Duty Trucks & Buses
      • Heavy-Duty Truck & Bus Industry Outlook
      • Heavy-Duty Truck & Bus Lubricant Demand
    • Marine Equipment
      • Waterborne Commerce Industry Outlook
      • Marine Lubricant Demand
    • Railroad Equipment
      • Railroad Industry Outlook
      • Railroad Lubricant Demand
    • Aerospace Equipment
      • Aerospace Industry Outlook
      • Aerospace Lubricant Demand
    • Other Transportation Equipment
  • Durable Goods Manufacturing
    • Machinery
      • Machinery Production Outlook
      • Machinery Production Lubricant Demand
    • Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
      • Transportation Equipment Industry Outlook
      • Transportation Equipment OEM Lubricant Demand
    • Metals
      • Metal Products Industry Outlook
      • Metal Production Lubricant Demand
    • Other Durable Goods Manufacturing

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Industry Composition
  • Market Share
  • Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • Competitive Strategies
    • Low Cost Production
    • Strategic Partnerships
  • Marketing
    • Industrial Lubricant Marketing Strategies
  • Automotive Lubricant Marketing Strategies
    • Brand Name Recognition
    • Sports Sponsorship
  • Distribution
  • Refining & Blending

Company Profiles

  • Albemarle Corporation
  • AMSOIL Incorporated
  • Ashland Incorporated
  • Bel-Ray, see Calumet Specialty Products Partners
  • BP plc
  • Calumet Specialty Products Partners LP
  • Castrol Industrial North America, see BP
  • Chemetall US, see Albemarle
  • Chemours Company
  • Chemtronics, see Illinois Tool Works
  • Chemtura Corporation
  • Chevron Corporation
  • Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC
  • CIMCOOL Industrial Products, see Milacron Holdings
  • CITGO Petroleum, see Petróleos de Venezuela
  • Clean Harbors Incorporated
  • CPChem, see Chevron Phillips Chemical
  • Croda International plc
  • Cross Oil Refining & Marketing, see Martin Resource Management
  • Dow Chemical Company
  • DuPont (EI) de Nemours
  • ECLI Products, see Quaker Chemical
  • Eastman Chemical Company
  • Ergon Incorporated
  • Excel Paralubes, see Phillips 66
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • FUCHS Petrolub AG
  • Heartland Group Holdings, see Vertex Energy
  • Henkel AG & Company KGaA
  • Heritage-Crystal Clean Incorporated
  • HollyFrontier Corporation
  • Houghton International Incorporated
  • Houston Refining, see LyondellBasell Industries
  • Illinois Tool Works Incorporated
  • ITW Pro Brands, see Illinois Tool Works
  • Jiffy Lube International, see Royal Dutch Shell
  • Kleen Performance Products, see Clean Harbors
  • LyondellBasell Industries NV
  • Martin Lubricants, see Martin Midstream Partners
  • Martin Midstream Partners LP
  • Martin Resource Management Corporation
  • Mega Lubricants, see Martin Midstream Partners
  • Milacron Holdings Corporation
  • Motiva Enterprises, see Royal Dutch Shell
  • Oak International, see Milacron Holdings
  • PBF Energy Incorporated
  • Petro-Canada Lubricants, see Suncor Energy
  • Petróleos de Venezuela SA
  • Phillips 66
  • Process Oils, see Ergon
  • Quaker Chemical Corporation
  • Renewable Lubricants Incorporated
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc
  • Royal Purple, see Calumet Specialty Products Partners
  • Safety-Kleen Systems, see Clean Harbors
  • San Joaquin Refining Company Incorporated
  • Shell Oil, see Royal Dutch Shell
  • Sonneborn LLC
  • Spectrum, see Phillips 66
  • Suncor Energy Incorporated
  • Thermo Fluids, see Clean Harbors
  • Total SA
  • TruSouth Oil, see Calumet Specialty Products Partners
  • United Petroleum, see Calumet Specialty Products Partners
  • Valero Energy Corporation
  • Valvoline, see Ashland
  • Vertex Energy Incorporated
  • Warren Oil Company Incorporated
  • Additional Companies Mentioned in Study

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Macroeconomic Indicators
  • 2 Manufacturers' Shipments
  • 3 Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • 4 Motor Vehicle Indicators
  • 5 Oil & Gas Production & Consumption
  • 6 Lubricant Market, 2005-2015
  • 7 Selected Lubricant Pricing
  • 8 US Finished Lubricant Foreign Trade

SECTION III -- LUBRICANT BASESTOCKS

  • 1 Lubricant Basestock Demand
  • 2 Petroleum Base Oil Supply & Demand
  • 3 US Petroleum Base Oil Refining Capacity by Company, 2015
  • 4 Nonconventional Basestock Demand

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Lubricant Demand by Type
  • 2 Lubricant Demand by Formulation
  • 3 Conventional Lubricant Demand
  • 4 Synthetic Lubricant Demand
  • 5 Re-Refined Lubricant Demand
  • 6 Biobased Lubricant Demand
  • 7 Engine Oil Demand
  • 8 Motor Vehicle Engine Oil Demand by Type
  • 9 Light Vehicle Engine Oil Demand by Viscosity Grade
  • 10 Other Engine Oil Demand
  • 11 Transmission & Hydraulic Fluid Demand
  • 12 Industrial Hydraulic Fluid Demand
  • 13 Automatic Transmission Fluid Demand
  • 14 Tractor Hydraulic Fluid Demand
  • 15 Other Transmission & Hydraulic Fluid Demand
  • 16 Process Oil Demand
  • 17 Rubber Oil Demand
  • 18 White Oil Demand
  • 19 Electrical Oil Demand
  • 20 Other Process Oil Demand
  • 21 Metalworking Fluid Demand
  • 22 General Industrial Oil Demand
  • 23 Turbine Oil Demand
  • 24 Other General Industrial Oil Demand
  • 25 Gear Oil Demand
  • 26 Grease Demand

SECTION V -- MARKETS

  • 1 Lubricant Demand by Market
  • 2 Light Vehicle Indicators
  • 3 Light Vehicle Lubricant Demand by Type
  • 4 Light Vehicle Engine Oil Demand by Outlet
  • 5 Commercial & Industrial Lubricant Demand
  • 6 Agricultural Indicators
  • 7 Agricultural Lubricant Demand
  • 8 Electricity Generation
  • 9 Electricity Generation Lubricant Demand
  • 10 Construction Expenditures
  • 11 Construction Industry Lubricant Demand
  • 12 Oil & Gas Lubricant Demand
  • 13 Other Commercial & Industrial Lubricant Demand
  • 14 Nondurable Goods Lubricant Demand
  • 15 Plastics & Rubber Demand
  • 16 Plastics & Rubber Lubricant Demand
  • 17 Food & Beverage Shipments
  • 18 Food & Beverage Lubricant Demand
  • 19 Cosmetic & Toiletry Supply & Demand
  • 20 Cosmetic & Toiletry Lubricant Demand
  • 21 Chemical Product Shipments
  • 22 Chemical Industry Lubricant Demand
  • 23 Paper & Textile Product Shipments
  • 24 Paper & Textile Lubricant Demand
  • 25 Other Nondurable Goods Manufacturing Lubricant Demand
  • 26 Transportation Equipment Lubricant Demand
  • 27 Heavy-Duty Truck & Bus Indicators
  • 28 Heavy-Duty Truck & Bus Lubricant Demand
  • 29 Waterborne Commerce Indicators
  • 30 Marine Lubricant Demand
  • 31 Railroad Transportation Indicators
  • 32 Railroad Lubricant Demand
  • 33 Aircraft in Service
  • 34 Aerospace Lubricant Demand
  • 35 Other Transportation Equipment Lubricant Demand
  • 36 Durable Goods Lubricant Demand
  • 37 Machinery Shipments
  • 38 Machinery Production Lubricant Demand
  • 39 Transportation Equipment Shipments
  • 40 Transportation Equipment OEM Lubricant Demand
  • 41 Metal Product Shipments
  • 42 Metal Production Lubricant Demand
  • 43 Other Durable Goods Manufacturing Lubricant Demand

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Lubricant Sales by Company, 2015
  • 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Lubricant Market, 2005-2015

SECTION III -- LUBRICANT BASESTOCKS

  • 1 Lubricant Production Flowchart
  • 2 Petroleum Base Oil Refining Flowchart
  • 3 Petroleum Base Oil Demand by Type, 2005-2025
  • 4 US Petroleum Base Oil Refining Capacity by Company, 2015

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Lubricant Demand by Type, 2015
  • 2 Lubricant Demand by Formulation, 2015
  • 3 Light Vehicle Engine Oil Demand by Viscosity Grade, 2005-2025
  • 4 Transmission & Hydraulic Fluid Demand by Type, 2015
  • 5 Process Oil Demand by Type, 2015

SECTION V -- MARKETS

  • 1 Lubricant Demand by Market, 2015
  • 2 Commercial & Industrial Lubricant Demand by Market, 2015
  • 3 Nondurable Goods Lubricant Demand by Market, 2015
  • 4 Transportation Equipment Lubricant Demand by Market, 2015
  • 5 Durable Goods Lubricant Demand by Market, 2015

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Finished Lubricant Market Share, 2015
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