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硫酸鎳的全球市場:未來展望 (到2028年)

Nickel Sulphate: Outlook to 2028, 2nd Edition

出版商 Roskill Information Services 商品編碼 600760
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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硫酸鎳的全球市場:未來展望 (到2028年) Nickel Sulphate: Outlook to 2028, 2nd Edition
出版日期: 2019年05月09日內容資訊: 英文
簡介

硫酸鎳的市場結構,隨著電池 (尤其是鋰離子電池)的需求增加,近幾年大幅變化。特別是從石化燃料車轉移到電動車 (EV),電池用鎳的主要消費量戲劇性地增加,預計到2030年達到目前10倍的規模。

本報告提供全球硫酸鎳市場相關分析,目前硫酸鎳市場結構 (原料的產地,生產手法,主要的需求處等) 和今後預測,生產量、消費量、貿易量、價格趨勢預測,市場成長的方向性等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

目錄

  • 摘要整理
  • 鎳的流程圖
  • 全球生產結構
  • 全球消費結構
  • 國際貿易
  • 價格趨勢
  • 市場預測

附錄

  • 主要製造商的簡介
  • 硫酸鎳的消費量:電池用
  • 硫酸鎳的消費量:鍍金、其他用途用
  • 汽車產業的未來展望,和電動車 (EV) 需求預測
  • 宏觀經濟預測

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目錄

Developments in the battery sector are fundamentally reshaping the nickel supply chain. Nickel has several mature applications in nickel metal-hydride (NiMH) and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries but consumption in batteries has thus far not exceeded 4% of total consumption. Demand for nickel in lithium-ion batteries will soon make batteries the second-largest end-use application for nickel.

The major worldwide push to promote electric vehicles as a way of cutting emissions from fossil-fuelled vehicles has already resulted in increased primary nickel consumption in lithium-ion. Chinese incentives and regulations are steering battery producers and OEMs towards higher energy density batteries and longer-range options and nickel bearing NCM and NCA cathodes are thus expected to be dominant cathode technologies throughout the next decade.

Roskill's report includes a detailed automotive outlook that distinguishes between growth trends for battery-electric vehicles, hybrids and plug-in hybrids, low-speed electric vehicles, as well as mild 48V and micro 12V vehicles. Based on this outlook, Roskill forecasts total, primary use of nickel in batteries to increase ten-fold to 2030.

The supply chain is already responding to the need for new capacity for nickel sulphate production. Processing capacity is rapidly being added in China, by conversions of existing plants (BHP Nickel West, Terrafame), and through new third-party processors (such as Thakadu Battery Materials). Over the next decade it is expected that other existing producers may also convert to sulphate production.

A key question facing the market is where the feedstock for nickel sulphate production may come from. Nickel sulphate can be produced by using a variety of feedstock material, such as crude nickel sulphate, briquettes, mixed sulphide precipitate, mixed hydroxide precipitate, carbonyl pellets and powder. Production of these feedstock materials is going to have to grow to satisfy the growing demand for nickel sulphate by the battery industry.

In its newly-published Nickel Sulphate Market Outlook report, Roskill provides a detailed assessment of the potential sources for nickel sulphate feedstock, which include Class I nickel, secondary sources, greenfields projects and perhaps new HPAL operations in Indonesia.

Roskill experts will answer your questions...

  • How will demand for electric vehicles affect the nickel industry?
  • Where will new supplies of nickel sulphate come from?
  • Will there be sufficient nickel feedstock to supply the battery industry?
  • How will prices of nickel and nickel sulphate evolve to match demand?
  • Could the development of new battery technologies pose a downside risk?
  • How may batteries affect the industry structure of nickel?

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  • Detailed report with forecasts up to 2030
  • Quarterly updates
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  • Access to the analysts for discussion around report content

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive summary
  • 2. Nickel flowchart
  • 3. World production
  • 4. World consumption
  • 5. International trade
  • 6. Prices
  • 7. Outlook

Appendices

  • 1. Profiles of key producers
  • 2. Consumption of nickel sulphate in batteries
  • 3. Consumption of nickel sulphate in plating and other applications
  • 4. Outlook for automotive sector and EV demand
  • 5. Macroeconomic outlook
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