NDRC regulates phosphate industry development in Guiding Catalog of Industrial Structure Adjustment (2011 edition), according to CCMâ€™s newly-released Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report.
Online PR News – 31-August-2011 – – The 2011 edition Guiding Catalog of Industrial Structure Adjustment (the Guiding Catalog 2011), released by National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China, effectively regulates Chinaâ€™s phosphate industry.
The Guiding Catalog 2011 divides all industries into different types of encouraged, restricted and eliminated. Among the encouraged industries, NDRCâ€™s encouragements are:
-- exploiting and utilizing low grade phosphorus ore and its associated ores;
-- full heat recovery thermal phosphoric acid production;
-- setting up large-scale production line of calcium phosphate with defluorination device;
-- comprehensive ardealite utilization and wet phosphoric acid purification device with capacity above 100,000t/a;
Besides, NDRC also encourages phosphoric acid iron battery materials. Meanwhile, NDRC restricts the development of some phosphate chemicals with characters of overcapacity, high energy consumption and heavy environmental pollution. The restricted type related to phosphate industry includes:
-- new sulfuric acid production lines with unit production capacity below 300,000t/a (sulfur burning process) and 200,000t/a (pyrite-based process);
-- new plants of STPP, PCl3, P2S5, feed grade calcium hydrogen phosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate, etc.;
-- new production line of yellow phosphorus with unit capacity below 30,000t/a;
-- new production device of ammonium phosphate fertilizer;
-- new production lines of glyphosate, triazophos.
The eliminated types related to phosphate chemicals are some inefficient capacity includes unit production capacity that is below 100,000t/a (both sulfur burning and pyrite-based); unit capacity below 5,000t/a and the devices which can not meet the requirements listed in Entry Criteria; unit capacity below 10,000t/a (STPP), 5,000t/a (sodium hexametaphosphate), 5,000t/a (PCl3) and 30,000t/a (feed grade calcium hydrogen phosphate).
Source: Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report
The following highlights are covered in the first issue of Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report:
-China encourages low grade phosphorus ore exploitation.
-Large phosphorus ore exploiters are benefit from policy switch.
-Yellow phosphorus export still sluggish without special export tariff.
-China continues to eliminate yellow phosphorus inefficient production capacity in 2011.
-MIIT is to promulgate Entry Criteria for Phosphate and Ammonium Production in 2011.
-Phosphate fertilizer industry is to see industrial integration, with the regulation of the Development Plan of Phosphate Fertilizer Industry.
-Enjoying rich phosphorus reserve, Leibo County strengthens phosphorus chemical industry development.
-NDRC regulates phosphate industry development in Guiding Catalog of Industrial Structure Adjustment (2011 edition).
-WengFu Group extends its product portfolio by cooperating with Onoda Chemical.
-Hubei Xingfa cooperates with Dequest to develop phosphate chemicals.
-Phosphorus ore and yellow phosphorus see decreased export volume with soaring prices.
-Prices of phosphate chemicals keep stable in August while see uptrend in the coming months.
If you are interested in CCMâ€™s Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Guangzhou China, August 30, 2011)
CCM is dedicated to market research in China, Asia-Pacific Rim and global market. With a staff of more than 150 dedicated highly-educated professionals. CCM offers Market Data, Analysis, Reports, Newsletters, Buyer-Trader Information, Import/Export Analysis all through its new proprietary product ValoTracer.
Please visit http://www.cnchemicals.com for more information or contact email@example.com
CCM International Ltd.
Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
17th Floor, Huihua Commercial & Trade Mansion, No.80 Xianlie Zhong Road, Guangzhou 510070, China