Food and Agriculture Global Growth Trends Review

Food and Agriculture Global Growth Trends Review

Cheap Natural Gas will Ensure Sustainable Profits in the Fertilizer Markets for the Next 20 Years

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30-Sep-2013
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North America
Research Code: ND2D-01-00-00-00
SKU: FA00067-NA-MR_00414

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Over the last 10 years, global food and agriculture have experienced many events that have, and will continue to have, irreversible social, economic, and political consequences—both positive and negative. This report looks at the increasing attractiveness of urea-based fertilizers, which are driven by key global trends that are expected to expand into sustained forces of development to transform fertilizer businesses, the food and agriculture economy, and society as a whole. Frost & Sullivan expects companies with a truly global market and product strategy and that fully exploit opportunities driven directly and indirectly by global trends’ long-term force will rise to the top of the industry as leaders in the food and agriculture sector.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Research Service Introduction

Executive Summary—Research Service Introduction (continued)

Executive Summary—Research Service Scope

Executive Summary—Research Methodology

Executive Summary—Research Methodology: Impact of Top 4 Global Trends

Executive Summary—Summary of Key Urea Price Drivers

Executive Summary—Summary of Key Urea Price Drivers (continued)

Executive Summary—Summary of Key Urea Price Drivers (continued)

Executive Summary—Key Metrics, Definitions, and Sources

Demand-side Price Drivers—Population Trends

Demand-side Price Drivers—Population Growth

Demand-side Price Drivers—Cereal Demand

Demand-side Price Drivers—Economic Development

Demand-side Price Drivers—Economic Development (continued)

Demand-side Price Drivers—Economic Development (continued)

Demand-side Price Drivers—Economic Development (continued)

Demand-side Price Drivers—Cereal Production Growth

Demand-side Price Drivers—Cereal Production

Demand-side Price Drivers—Urea Demand Drives Urea Prices

Demand-side Price Drivers—Urea’s Trade Balance

Demand-side Price Drivers—Urea Production Capacity

Supply-side Price Drivers—Natural Gas Game Changer

Supply-side Price Drivers—Natural Gas Game Changer (continued)

Urea Price Analysis—Global Urea Price Index

Urea Production from Natural Gas Gross Margins Analysis

Urea Production from Natural Gas Gross Margins Analysis (continued)

Urea Production from Natural Gas Gross Margins Analysis (continued)

Urea Production from Natural Gas Gross Margins Analysis (continued)

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Detailed Urea Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices: AMER

Detailed Urea Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices: Rest of World

Detailed Ammonia Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

Detailed Ammonium Nitrate Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

Detailed Urea and Ammonium Nitrate Solution (UAN) Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

Detailed Sulfur Products Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

Detailed Phosphate Products Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

Detailed Phosphate Products Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices (continued)

Detailed Potash Products Price Analysis Results—Annual Prices

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Over the last 10 years, global food and agriculture have experienced many events that have, and will continue to have, irreversible social, economic, and political consequencesboth positive and negative. This report looks at the increasing attractiveness of urea-based fertilizers, which are driven by key global trends that are expected to expand into sustained forces of development to transform fertilizer businesses, the food and agriculture economy, and society as a whole. Frost & Sullivan expects companies with a truly global market and product strategy and that fully exploit opportunities driven directly and indirectly by global trends long-term force will rise to the top of the industry as leaders in the food and agriculture sector.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Christopher Shanahan
Industries Agriculture and Nutrition
WIP Number ND2D-01-00-00-00
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