U.S. amines demand to grow briskly to 2002

U.S. Amnes Demand Chart [29,320 bytes] U.S. amines demand will increase at a rate of 4.7%/year to about 2.5 billion lb/year by 2002, according to a recent study released by the Freedonia Group Inc., Cleveland. The firm estimates the value of this demand increase at $2 billion. Of all the amines types studied, the most significant demand increase was seen for the more than 200 specialty amines, used in products ranging from lubricants additives to gas-treatment chemicals.

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