As stated in a recent published information, the Refinery catalyst market is expected to grow at the CAGR of 4.3% during 2015-2022 and it is estimated to be $6.12 billion by 2022. The global refinery catalyst market is segmented on the basis of type, ingredients and geography. The information on Global Refinery catalyst market forecast 2015-2022 provides detailed overview and predictive analysis of the market.

There are many factors responsible for the growth of the refinery catalyst market such as the application of the refinery catalysts in petroleum refineries so that throughput from refineries could be enhanced. Also there is continuous increase in the demand of the petroleum based products due to the increasing demand of transportation fuels and, refinery catalysts have got excellent potential to fulfill the ever rising demand of these products. Environment regulations have become extremely stringent these days due to the increase in the number of issues related to the environment and this factor is in turn leading to the rise in the demand of refinery catalysts. These find major application in helping the refineries to meet the fuel standards. Increasing demand of maintenance of high octane number is also driving the market of refinery catalysts. Some of the factors acting as restraint for the market are diminishing reserves of crude oil and higher cost of production. Total cost required for the production of refinery catalyst is generally higher than that required for the production of conventional catalyst.

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  1. Global Refinery catalyst market by type 2012-2022 ($ billion)

1.1. Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC)

1.2. Hydro processing Catalyst

1.2.1. Hydro treating Catalyst

1.2.2. Hydrocracking Catalyst

1.3. Alkylation Catalyst

1.3.1. Sweetening Catalyst

1.3.2. Isomerization Catalyst

1.3.3. Hydrodesulphurization Catalyst

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  1. Global Refinery catalyst market by ingredients 2012-2022 ($ billion)

2.1. Zeolites

2.1.1. Natural Zeolites

2.1.2. Synthetic Zeolites

2.2. Metals

2.2.1. Precious Metals Platinum (PT) Palladium (PD) Gold (AU) Rhenium (RE)

2.2.2. Rare Earth Metals

2.2.3. Transition & Base Metals Molybdenum (MO) Tungsten (W) Cobalt (CO) Nickel (NI)

2.2.4. Other Transition and Base Metals Iron (FE) Zirconium (ZR) Manganese (MN) Chromium (CR) Potassium (K) Phosphorus (P) Bismuth (BI)

2.3. chemical compounds

2.4. Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4) & Hydrofluoric Acid

2.5. Calcium Carbonate (CACO3)

  1. Global Refinery Catalyst regional outlook 2012-2022 ($ billion)

3.1. North America

3.2. Europe

3.3. Asia Pacific

3.4. Middle East & Africa

3.5. Central & South America

3.6. Central & South America

  1. Competitive Landscape

4.1. Albemarle

4.2. Albemarle Corp.

4.3. Axens S.A.

4.4. BASF SE

4.5. Catalyst trading company

4.6. China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation

4.7. Clariant AG

4.8. CRI Catalyst Company

4.9. Criterion

4.10. ExxonMobil Chemical

4.11. Grace Davison

4.12. Haldor Topsoe A/S

4.13. Honeywell International Inc.

4.14. Johnson Matthey PLC

4.15. Süd-Chemie

4.16. UOP

4.17. W.R. Grace & Co.

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