|Title:||China annual carbon dioxide imports and exports in tons for 2006 to 2011|
|Source:||China Chemical Reporter|
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COX Imports and Exports (Unit: ton)
Year Import Export
2006 XXX XXXXX 2007 XXX XXXXX 2008 XXX XXXXX 2009 XXX XXXXX 2010 XXX XXXXX 2011 XXX XXXXX
X. Production and demand
There are over XXX carbon dioxide (COX) production companies in China with a total production capacity of X.X million t/a in 2010, according to data from the Carbon Dioxide Committee of China Industrial Gases Industry Association. The CXX market in China reached RMBX.XX billion in 2009, up X.X% YoY. China's liquefied CXX market is expected to maintain an annual growth rate of over XX%, exceeding RMBX billion in 2013.
China's production capacity for liquid CXX has risen from about X.X million t/a in 2006 to X.X million t/a in 2008. representing an annual growth rate of XX% on average.
There are two main types of liquid CXX producers in China. Companies of the first type are those with supporting facility for synthetic ammonia and ethanol, such as Yantai Juli Fertilizer, Zhongyuan Chemical and Shandong Lianmeng Chemical Group. The other groups include those specialized gas companies such as Praxair Shanghai Meishan Inc, Jinganyuan Gas, and Guangdong Praxair Shaogang Co.
To tap the fast rising CXX market in China, major international industrial gas companies including Praxair of the U.S., BOC of the U.K., Air Liquide of France, Japan's Iwatani, Germany's Linde and Messer, as well as Taiwan-based Jing Fu have set up plants in China's mainland over the past years. See table X for a list of major Chinese CXX companies
Most small facilities are relying on industrial exhaust gas for feedstock, such as exhaust from lime kilns breweries and fertilizer plants, gas wells at CXX fields, as well as flue gases produced by thermal power plants and steel mills. As a result, the deployment of CXX facilities in China is quite decentralized.
Table X Main Chinese COX Producers (unit: kt)
Company Feedstock/process Capacity Remarks
Hunan Kaimeite Industrial XXX X facilities in Gases Co. emissions from Yueyang (XX XXX upstream t/a), Huizhou petrochemical (XXX XXXt/a), companies Anqing (XXX OOOt/a) and Beijing (XXX XXXt/a)
Jiangsu Hua CXX gas field XXX food-grade Yang Liquid products Carbon Co.
Jilin Jihua Industrial XXX Launched in early Northen Jukun emissions 2010, industrial-grade
Hebei Synthetic ammonia XXX One in Wuning (XX Tiancheng exhaust XXXt/a) and Chemical another in Lulong Shares Co. (XX XXXt/a)
Shanghai Byproduct of XX JV with Sinopec Petrochemical ethylene oxide, Shanghai Petrochemical and Iwatani
Iwatani Gas low temperature Development fractionation Co.
Shanghai Coking plant XX JV with Linde Coking Co. emissions via concentration, compression, purification and liquefaction/Linde technology
Shandong Aobao XX Chemical Industrial Co.
Kailin Group Recycle synthetic XX Operation started ammonia emissions in December 2010
Shandong XX Liquid CXX Liaherd Chemical Industry Co.
Jinganyuan Synthetic ammonia XX Gas exhaust from Longsheng Chemicals
Tianji Group XX In Lucheng city, Application Shanxi, Chemical Co. industrial grade
Beijing Praxair technology XX JV with Beijing Praxair Huashi Chemical CXX Co. Experiment Plant, investment of US$X mln, established in May 1997