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The recent years have seen significant growth in the naphtha market due to rising demands from many end-user industries such as transportation, construction, plastic, etc. Technological developments, providing invention of new manufacturing techniques, have also contributed towards the growth of this industry. However, some factors such as unstable crude oil prices and easy availability of cheap alternatives such as shale gas and LPG are considered restrictive for the market growth.
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Transparency Market Research has announced the addition of a report on the global Naphtha market titled "Naphtha Market (chemicals, energy/fuels and others) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019" to its database.
Naphtha is an umbrella term that refers to a number of inflammable mixtures of various hydrocarbons. Naphtha is a group of volatile, aromatic and colorless to reddish-brown colored compounds that structurally have mixtures of numerous hugely volatile to extremely light fractions of hydrocarbons. According to the variety of mixes producing different kinds of naphtha, these compounds have varied applications in various fields.
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The full range of Naphtha, as defined in Petroleum Engineering, is a fraction of hydrocarbons having the boiling point between 30 degree Celsius and 200 degree Celsius. These compounds typically contain 5 to 12 carbon atoms and contain 15% to 30% crude oil by their weight. The segment of light naphtha has boiling point in the range 30 degree Celsius and 90 degree Celsius and consists of 5-6 carbon atoms in their molecular structure. The segment of heavy naphtha has boiling points in the range 90 degree Celsius and 200 degree Celsius and constitutes 6-12 carbon atoms.
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Naphtha is also used in various industries for blending gasoline. In steel industry, fertilizer plants and power plants, it is used as a fuel for energy production. According to the report, the demand for naphtha from the petrochemical industry is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 3.3% during the analysis period of 2013 to 2019. Growth in demand from the energy industry is estimated to be at the rate of 5% during the same period.
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