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中東的鋼鐵產業的策略性展望:∼2021年

The Middle East Steel Industry: A Strategic Market Outlook to 2021

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中東的鋼鐵產業的策略性展望:∼2021年 The Middle East Steel Industry: A Strategic Market Outlook to 2021
出版日期: 2017年01月01日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

本報告提供中東地區的鋼鐵產業現狀及預測的相關調查,該地區的經濟背景及終端用戶產業趨勢,各種產品的設備製造容量、製造數量、消費量的變化與預測,各國詳細分析,以及主要企業的簡介等彙整。

調查內容

  • 各國分析
    • 巴林
    • 伊朗
    • 伊拉克
    • 以色列
    • 約旦
    • 科威特
    • 黎巴嫩
    • 阿曼
    • 卡達
    • 沙烏地阿拉伯
    • 敘利亞
    • 土耳其
    • UAE
    • 葉門
      • 經濟展望:變化與預測
      • 終端用戶產業分析
      • 製造數量、進出口數量、消費量的變化與預測
        • 鐵礦
        • DRI/HBI
        • 金屬廢料
        • 鋼胚
        • 厚板
        • HR線圈
        • CR線圈
        • 電鍍鋼
        • 鋼板
        • 馬口鐵板
        • 型鋼
        • 鋼筋
        • 線材
        • 其他
      • 現有、新興製造商:製造能力、技術、擴張計劃
      • 原料、鋼鐵產品價格資料庫等
  • 產品分析:原料、條鋼、鋼板
    • 金屬廢料
    • 鐵礦
    • DRI/HBI
    • 鋼胚
    • 厚板
    • HR線圈
    • CR線圈
    • HDG
    • 馬口鐵
    • 鋼筋
    • 鋼筋
    • 線材等
  • 企業分析
    • Emirates Iron and Steel
    • Hadeed
    • Jindal Shadeed
    • South Steel
    • Qatar Steel
    • Unicoil
    • Erdemir
    • Colakoglu等
      • 製造趨勢
      • 策略性計劃
      • 擴張
      • 設備
      • 製造成本
      • 原料的可用性等

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目錄
Product Code: MBR0185
  • Current, historic and forecast production by steel product in each market out to 2021
  • Analysis by company on planned production, cost structures, product mix, capacity expansions and target geographic markets
  • Historic and forecast steel consumption by country and product out to 2021
  • The current and future impact of Chinese steel imports on domestic regional producers

Our expertise on the Middle East steel industry

Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) has been involved in market consultancy and special report services on the Middle East steel industry for over twenty years. We have worked for all the major steelmakers and associated financial institutions conducting greenfield/ brownfield market and technical feasibility studies, as well as producing dedicated market intelligence services.

This enables Metal Bulletin Research to produce our latest, and expanded edition, of "The Middle East Steel Industry: A Strategic Market Outlook to 2021" study.

Data collection contained in the current edition of this report involves a 'bottomup' approach using qualitative research methodologies such as questionnaires and direct interviews with executives across the entire steel value chain.

This is why our research is widely recognised to be the most comprehensive, detailed and accurate in providing current and future steel industry market intelligence on the Middle East steel industry.

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"The most comprehensive research done to date about the Midd le East steel and steel raw materials markets. I can highly recommend Metal Bulletin Research."

Marketing Director, Ezz Steel

The Middle East Steel Industry: A Strategic Market Outlook to 2021 is a timely study providing independent analysis and long-term forecasts in answering the key questions facing the industry today.

The study also includes:

  • Current, historic and forecast capacity, production, net trade and consumption for each product in each country out to 2021 - Full data provided in the report and MS excel
  • By-company analysis on planned production rates, cost structures, product mix, capacity expansions and target geographic markets - Detailed profiling of key steel players and their future plans out to 2021
  • Economic/end-user background by-sector forecasts out to 2021 by country
  • Raw material availability (scrap and DRI) and operating steel plant costs
  • Comprehensive steel and steel raw material historic, current and forecast prices, by product out to 2021

Critical and timely business intelligence source on the Middle East now expanded for 2017 edition

The Middle East Steel Industry: A Strategic Market Outlook to 2021 gives unique access to the following:

  • By-country market analysis including: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
  • Product analysis including raw materials, long and flat steel products: Ferrous Scrap (split between home, prompt and obsolete scrap), Iron Ore, DRI/HBI, Billets, Slabs, HR Coil, CR Coil, HDG, Tinplate, Rebars, Merchant Bar, Sections and Wire Rods
  • By-company analysis with regards to production, strategic plans, expansions, facilities, costs of production and raw material availability, including Emirates Iron and Steel, Hadeed, Jindal Shadeed, South Steel, Qatar Steel, Unicoil, Erdemir, Colakoglu, among many others.

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For every country included in this study, (Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Yemen), this study provides:

  • Economic outlook - historic and forecast data from 2011-2021
  • Steel consuming sectors analysis
  • Historic and forecast data on production, imports, exports and consumption over 2007-2021 for: Iron Ore, DRI/HBI, Scrap, Billet, Slab, HR Coil, CR Coil, Galvanised, Plate, Tinplate, Rebar, Wire Rod, other long products
  • Summary chapters for each product, highlighting latest production, trade and consumption statistics by country
  • Historic and forecast raw material flows
  • Steel production cost analysis, as well as benchmarks against global parameters
  • Re-roller vs. integrated cost analysis
  • Database of all existing and upcoming steel producers, capacity, technology and expansion plans
  • Database of regional raw material and steel product prices, forecast out to 2021
  • Expanded steel price forecasts by key markets and products out to 2021
  • Expanded steel raw material price forecasts by key markets out to 2021 including our independent price assessment for DR and BF pellet on a delivered Gulf port basis .

Why is this study relevant today?

As we correctly predicted in our last edition of this study, 2016 has been a terrible year for many markets in the Middle East in terms of both steel demand and prices, not least in Saudi Arabia.

There is an absolute need to gain valuable market and pricing insight to accurately plan sales and marketing strategies amid increasing challenges and uncertainties facing the region out to 2021. This study answers key questions including:

  • What are the future sales prospects for rebar and wire rod out to 2021 for each market?
  • Given that Turkey is the marginal price setter in the Middle East, how will future currency fluctuations impact the relative cost positions of regional steelmakers?
  • China accounts for over 60% of global demand for wire rod and rebars. How quickly will excess Chinese steel capacity be restructured to positively influence global steel prices?
  • How will the spread between domestic scrap and domestic prices for rebar and wire rod change over the forecast period?
  • To what extent can Saudi steelmakers now export their steel to other neighbouring markets, at what volumes and prices?
  • What is our independent oil/gas price outlook, and how will this transmit to domestic steel consumption growth rates out to 2021?
  • What relationships do steelmakers have with key customers, including cut-and-bend factories such as Steeltech, BRC, Qatar Reinforcement Company, Engineering Building Material, Oman Cable, Emirates Rebar, SteelFab etc.
  • To what extent can steel sections look to be an attractive substitute for rebars within the region?
  • Iran's government's steel plan envisages Iranian steel output rising to 55m tpy by 2021 with up to 20m tpy for export. We consider that unrealistic. What will be reality over myth with respect to Iran and how will this affect the region's steel demand-supply balance?
  • To what extent will the Middle East's iron metallic mix evolve out to 2021?
  • How large is Iran's private steel sector?
  • What is the transaction price outlook by steel and raw material product out to 2021 and what will this mean to steel product profitability?
  • Where are Middle East steelmakers on the operating cost curve?
  • The global steel trade is under pressure from an increasing in dumping complaints and protectionism. What is the outlook for Middle Eastern market protection?
  • Is merchant bar an attractive market to invest in?

This 200+ page study includes a comprehensive and independent strategic analysis over the profitability and operating future for all the key regional steel producers including:

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The Middle East report is being produced in tandem with an African Steel Study detailed market analysis and data for the following markets: Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, South Africa, Sudan, Nigeria, Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia and many more.

Table of Contents

Executive summary

REGIONAL CAPACITY

CRUDE STEEL PRODUCTION

RAW MATERIAL MARKETS

FINISHED STEEL DEMAND

LONG PRODUCTS

FLAT PRODUCTS

PRICE OUTLOOK

RAW MATERIALS

FINISHED STEEL

  • Macro Perspectives
  • Commodity Price Trends
  • Oil Price Outlook
  • Global Macro-Economic Outlook
  • Global Steel Outlook
  • Impact of Samarco pellet accident
  • End of Iranian sanctions
  • Chinese supply to the Middle East market
  • Flat Products
  • Long Products
  • Relative steelmaking costs

Chapter 1 - Bahrain

  • 1.1 Economic Outlook
  • 1.2 Capacity
  • 1.3 Raw Materials
  • 1.4 Long Product Markets
  • 1.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 1.6 Total Market

Chapter 2 - Iran

  • 2.1 Economic outlook
  • 2.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 2.3 Impact of Sanctions End
  • 2.4 Raw Materials
  • 2.5 Long Product Market
  • 2.6 Flat Product Market
  • 2.7 Total Market

Chapter 3 - Iraq

  • 3.1 Economic Outlook
  • 3.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 3.3 Raw Materials
  • 3.4 Long Products
  • 3.5 Flat Products
  • 3.6 Total Market

Chapter 4 - Israel

  • 4.1 Economic Outlook
  • 4.2 Producers & Capacity
  • 4.3 Raw Materials
  • 4.4 Long Product Markets
  • 4.5 Flat Products
  • 4.6 Total Market

Chapter 5 - Jordan

  • 5.1 Economic Outlook
  • 5.2 Producers & Capacity
  • 5.3 Raw Materials
  • 5.4 Long Product Markets
  • 5.5 Flat Products
  • 5.6 Overall Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 6 - Kuwait

  • 6.1 Economic Outlook
  • 6.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 6.3 Raw Materials
  • 6.4 Long Product Markets
  • 6.5 Flat Product Demand
  • 6.6 Total Market Outlook

Chapter 7 - Lebanon

  • 7.1 Economic Outlook
  • 7.2 Capacity and Producers
  • 7.3 Raw Materials
  • 7.4 Long Product Markets
  • 7.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 7.6 Total Steel Market & Outlook

Chapter 8 - Oman

  • 8.1 Economic Outlook
  • 8.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 8.3 Raw Materials
  • 8.4 Long Product Markets
  • 8.5 Flat Steel Markets
  • 8.6 Total Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 9 - Qatar

  • 9.1 Economic Outlook
  • 9.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 9.3 Raw Materials
  • 9.4 Long Product Markets
  • 9.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 9.6 Total Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 10 - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  • 10.1 Economic Outlook
  • 10.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 10.3 Raw Materials
  • 10.4 Long Product Market
  • 10.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 10.6 Total Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 11 - Syria

  • 11.1 Economic Outlook
  • 11.2 Producers & Capacity
  • 11.3 Raw Materials
  • 11.4 Long Product Markets
  • 11.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 11.6 Total Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 12 - Turkey

  • 12.1 Economic Outlook
  • 12.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 12.3 Raw Materials
  • 12.4 Long Product Markets
  • 12.5 Flat Product Markets
  • 12.6 Total Steel Market Outlook

Chapter 13 - UAE

  • 13.1 Economic Outlook
  • 13.2 Capacity & Producers
  • 13.3 Raw Materials
  • 13.4 Long Products
  • 13.5 Flat Products
  • 13.6 Total Steel Market & Outlook

Chapter 14 - Yemen

  • 14.1 Economic Outlook
  • 14.2 Producers & Capacity
  • 14.3 Raw Materials
  • 14.4 Long Product Markets
  • 14.5 Flat Steel Markets
  • 14.6 Total Steel Demand & Outlook

Chapter 15 - GCC Summary

  • 15.1 GCC Capacity
  • 15.2 GCC Raw Materials
  • 15.3 GCC Long Products
  • 15.4 GCC Flat Products
  • 15.6 Total GCC Steel Market Outlook
  • 15.7 GCC Scrap Market - Detailed Outlook
  • 15.8 GCC Merchant Bar Market

Chapter 16 - Other Middle East

  • 16.1 Capacity
  • 16.2 Raw Materials
  • 16.3 Long Product Market
  • 16.4 Flat Product Markets
  • 16.5 Total Steel Market & Outlook

Chapter 17 - Regional Summary

  • 17.1 Total Supply & Demand
  • 17.2 Total Raw Materials
  • 17.3 Total Demand
  • 17.4 Per Capita Consumption
  • 17.5 Automotive industry

Chapter 18 - Cost Analysis

Chapter 19 - Price Forecasts

  • 19.1 Raw Materials
  • 19.2 Finished Steel

List of Tables

  • Table E1: Existing capacity in Regional Markets
  • Table E2: Planned capacity in Regional Markets
  • Table E3: Current and Long-Term Production Costs for a MENA Steelmaker ($/tonne)
  • Table E4: Middle East raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table E5: Middle East steel markets (000 tonnes)
  • Table E6: Total Middle East economies Population, Steel Demand and Steel Demand per Capita
  • Table E7: Middle East long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table E8: Middle East flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table E9: Regional domestic scrap prices by middle east market ($/tonne) 2010-2016)
  • Table E10: Historic prices by steel and steel raw material product ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
  • Table E11: Historic spreads ($/tonne cif Gulf Port)
  • Table E12: Forecast prices ($/tonne cif Gulf port) - Quarterly Outlook
  • Table E13: Chinese wire rod imports (tonnes)
  • Table E14: Chinese Exports of Billet & Rebar
  • Table 1.1: Bahrain Economic Data
  • Table 1.2: Existing capacity in Bahrain
  • Table 1.3: Bahraini raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 1.4: Bahraini long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 1.5: Bahraini flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 1.6: Bahraini steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 2.1: Iranian Economic Data
  • Table 2.2: Proposed capacity in Iran
  • Table 2.3: Iranian raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 2.4: Iranian long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 2.5: Iranian flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 2.6: Iranian steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.1: Iraqi Economic Data
  • Table 3.2: Existing capacity in Iraq
  • Table 3.3: Proposed capacity in Iraq
  • Table 3.4: Iraqi raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.5: Iraqi long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.6: Iraqi flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.7: Iraqi steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 4.1: Israel Economic Data
  • Table 4.2: Existing capacity in Israel
  • Table 4.3: Israeli raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 4.4: Israeli long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 4.5: Israeli flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 4.6: Israeli steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.1: Jordanian Economic Data
  • Table 5.2: Existing capacity in Jordan
  • Table 5.3: Jordanian raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.4: Jordanian long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.5: Jordanian flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.6: Jordanian steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.1: Kuwait Economic Data
  • Table 6.2: Existing capacity in Kuwait
  • Table 6.3: Kuwaiti raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.4: Kuwaiti long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.5: Kuwaiti flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.6: Kuwaiti steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 7.1: Lebanese Economic Data
  • Table 7.2: Existing capacity in Lebanon
  • Table 7.3: Lebanese raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 7.4: Lebanese long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 7.5: Lebanese flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 7.6: Lebanese steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 8.1: Omani Economic Data
  • Table 8.2: Existing capacity in Oman
  • Table 8.3: Proposed capacity in Oman
  • Table 8.4: Omani raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 8.5: Omani long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 8.6: Omani flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 8.6: Omani steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 9.1: Qatari Economic Data
  • Table 9.2: Total Qatar Steel Sales ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 9.3: Existing capacity in Qatar
  • Table 9.4: Qatari raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 9.5: Qatari long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 9.6: Qatari flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 9.7: Qatari steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 10.1: Saudi Economic Data
  • Table 10.2: Existing capacity in Saudi
  • Table 10.3: Proposed capacity in Saudi
  • Table 10.4: Saudi raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 10.5: Saudi long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 10.6: Saudi flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 10.7: Saudi steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 11.1: Existing capacity in Syria
  • Table 11.2: Proposed capacity in Syria
  • Table 11.3: Syrian raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 11.4: Syrian long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 11.5: Syrian flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 11.6: Syrian steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 12.1: Turkish Economic Data
  • Table 12.2: Existing capacity in Turkey
  • Table 12.3: Proposed capacity in Turkey
  • Table 12.4: Raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 12.5: Long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 12.6: Flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 12.7: Steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 13.1: UAE Economic Data
  • Table 13.2: Existing capacity in UAE
  • Table 13.3: Proposed capacity in UAE
  • Table 13.4: UAE raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 13.5: UAE long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 13.6: UAE flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 13.7: steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 14.1: Yemeni Economic Data
  • Table 14.2: Existing capacity in Yemen
  • Table 14.3: Yemeni raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 14.4: Yemeni long products balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 14.5: Yemeni flat products balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 14.6: Yemeni steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 15.1: Existing capacity in Bahrain
  • Table 15.2: Existing capacity in Kuwait
  • Table 15.3: Existing capacity in Oman
  • Table 15.4: Existing capacity in Qatar
  • Table 15.5: Existing capacity in Saudi
  • Table 15.6: Existing capacity in UAE
  • Table 15.7: Existing capacity in GCC
  • Table 15.8: Proposed capacity in Oman
  • Table 15.9: Proposed capacity in Qatar
  • Table 15.10: Proposed capacity in Saudi
  • Table 15.11: Proposed capacity in UAE
  • Table 15.12: Proposed capacity in GCC
  • Table 15.13: GCC raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 15.14: GCC long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 15.15: GCC flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 15.16: GCC steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 15.17: GCC Population, Steel Demand and Steel Demand per Capita
  • Table 15.18: Bahraini exports (tonnes)
  • Table 15.19: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Bahrain
  • Table 15.20: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Bahrain
  • Table 15.21: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Kuwait
  • Table 15.22: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Kuwait
  • Table 15.23: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Oman
  • Table 15.24: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Oman
  • Table 15.25: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Qatar
  • Table 15.26: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Qatar
  • Table 15.27: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Saudi
  • Table 15.28: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - Saudi
  • Table 15.29: Historic Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - UAE
  • Table 15.30: Forecast Scrap Supply & Demand Analysis (000 tonnes) - UAE
  • Table 15.31: HR Sections Definitions
  • Table 15.32: Mechant bar size definitions
  • Table 15.33: Major GCC sections producers in 2017
  • Table 16.1: Existing capacity in Iran
  • Table 16.2: Existing capacity in Iraq
  • Table 16.3: Existing capacity in Israel
  • Table 16.4: Existing capacity in Jordan
  • Table 16.5: Existing capacity in Lebanon
  • Table 16.6: Existing capacity in Syria
  • Table 16.7: Existing capacity in Tukey
  • Table 16.8: Existing capacity in Yemen
  • Table 16.9: Existing capacity in Others
  • Table 16.10: Proposed capacity in Iran
  • Table 16.11: Proposed capacity in Iraq
  • Table 16.12: Proposed capacity in Jordan
  • Table 16.13: Proposed capacity in Syria
  • Table 16.14: Proposed capacity in Turkey
  • Table 16.15: Proposed capacity in Others
  • Table 16.16: Other Middle East raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 16.17: Other Middle East long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 16.18: Other Middle East flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 16.19: Other Middle East steel market summary (000 tonnes)
  • Table 16.20: Other Middle East Population, Steel Demand and Steel Demand per Capita
  • Table 17.1: Existing capacity in Regional Markets
  • Table 17.2: Planned capacity in Regional Markets
  • Table 17.3: Middle East raw material balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 17.4: Middle East steel markets (000 tonnes)
  • Table 17.5: Total Middle East economies Population, Steel Demand and Steel Demand per Capital
  • Table 17.6: Middle East long product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 17.7: Middle East flat product balance (000 tonnes)
  • Table 17.8: Middle East steel markets (000 tonnes)
  • Table 17.9: Automotive Industry in the Middle East and Steel Demand
  • Table 18.1: MBR's view of the long-term cost structure
  • Table 18.2: Current and Long-Term Production Costs for a MENA Steelmaker ($/tonne)
  • Table 18.3: DRP Consumption Factors
  • Table 18.4: DRP Variable Costs
  • Table 18.5: EAF Consumption Factors
  • Table 18.6: EAF Variable Costs
  • Table 18.7: LF Consumption Factors
  • Table 18.8: LF Variable Costs
  • Table 18.9: CCM Consumption Factors
  • Table 18.10: CCM Variable Costs
  • Table 19.1: Regional Scrap Prices ($/tonne)
  • Table 19.2: Historic prices ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
  • Table 19.3: Historic spreads ($/tonne cif Gulf Port)
  • Table 19.4: Forecast prices ($/tonne cif Gulf port) - Quarterly Outlook

List of Figures

  • Figure E1: Regional steel consumption in 2017 by country
  • Figure E2: GCC Crude Steel Output (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E3: Other Middle Eastern* Crude Steel Output (000 tonnes
  • Figure E4: Regional (excluding Turkey) scrap demand (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E5: Regional net exports/(Imports of DRI (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E6: Regional Long Product Demand (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E7: Regional HR coil demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E8: Regional HR plate demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E9: Regional net imports of flat products (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E10: Regional tinplate demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure E11: GCC flat product pricing ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
  • Figure E12: GCC long product pricing ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
  • Figure E13: Brent Oil Price ($/barrel)
  • Figure E14: Merchant DR pellet supply market share by producer
  • Figure E15: DR merchant pellet purchasers by market share
  • Figure E16: Chinese imports into the Middle East (tonnes)
  • Figure E17: Chinese imports by country - 2017
  • Figure E18: Chinese flat product import market share in 2017 (%)
  • Figure E19: Chinese imports by product - 2017
  • Figure E20: Chinese long product import market share in 2017 (%)
  • Figure E21: Chinese imports by country - 2017
  • Figure E22: Ferrous raw material price index (2006=100)
  • Figure 7.1: Lebanese rebar imports by source (tonnes)
  • Figure 10.1: Saudi Long Steel Demand by Major Product
  • Figure 10.2: Saudi Long Product Demand by Major Product in 2017
  • Figure: 12.1: Erdemir 2017 Production by Product (m tonnes)
  • Figure: 12.2: Erdemir flat rolled sales by market in 2017
  • Figure: 12.3: Kardemir output by product (Jan-Sep 2017)
  • Figure: 12.4: Turkish scrap imports by source (2017)
  • Figure: 12.5: Turkish crude steel production by type in 2017 (m tonnes)
  • Figure: 12.6: Rebar output by producer (Jan-Sep 2017)
  • Figure: 12.7: Turkish rebar exports by destination (tonnes)
  • Figure: 12.8: Wire Rod Sales by Secctor for Erdemir - 2017
  • Figure: 12.9: Turkish HR coil market
  • Figure: 12.10: Net flat rolled imports to Turkey (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 15.1: GCC Crude Steel Output (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 15.2: GCC net deficit in flat products
  • Figure 15.3: GCC steel consumption in 2017- by country
  • Figure 15.4: Bahrain Steel Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.5: Kuwait Scrap Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.6: Oman Scrap Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.7: Qatar Scrap Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.8: Saudi Scrap Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.9: UAE Scrap Arisings by Type - 2017
  • Figure 15.10: GCC HR sections market ('000 tonnes)
  • Figure 15.11: GCC HR Sections Market by Country - 2017
  • Figure 15.12: GCC HR merchant bar market ('000 tonnes)
  • Figure 15.13: GCC merchant bar market by product group in 2017
  • Figure 16.1: Other Middle Eastern* Crude Steel Output (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 16.2: Other Middle Eastern demand by country (2017)
  • Figure 17.1: Regional Steel consumption in 2017 by country
  • Figure 17.2: Regional (excluding Turkey) scrap demand (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.3: Regional net exports/(imports) of DRI (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.4: Regional Long Product Demand (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.5: Regional HR coil demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.6: Regional HR plate demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.7: Regional net imports of flat products (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.8: Regional tinplate plate demand and supply (000 tonnes)
  • Figure 17.9: Steel Consumption vs GDP per capita in 2017
  • Figure 17.10: Flat rolled automotive steel demand by type in Turkey in 2017
  • Figure 17.11: Flat rolled automotive steel demand by type in Turkey in 2021
  • Figure 19.1: GCC flat product pricing ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
  • Figure 19.2: GCC long product pricing ($/tonne cif Gulf port)
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