Monoethylene Glycol Market Share Is Estimated To Reach US$ 65 Billion By 2032

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Monoethylene Glycol Market Outlook

The global monoethylene glycol market is predicted to rise at a CAGR of 5.4% during 2022-2032. The monoethylene glycol market share is estimated to reach US$ 65 Bn by 2032 from US$ 38.4 Bn in 2022.

The growing use of PETs in a variety of industries is expected to propel the global demand for monoethylene glycol forward. The market’s expansion is being stifled by the volatility of crude oil prices and the implementation of environmental restrictions. Various technological advances in monoethylene glycol production are projected to generate monoethylene glycol (MEG) market growth possibilities.

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Key Segments

  • By Application :

    • Polyester Fiber
    • PET Bottle
    • PET Film
    • Antifreeze
    • Industrial
  • By End User :

    • Textile
    • Packaging
    • Plastic
    • Automotive and Transportation
    • Other End User Industries
  • By Region :

    • North America
    • Latin America
    • Europe
    • Asia Pacific
    • Middle East and Africa

Competitive Landscape

Nouryon, BASF SE, Dow, India Glycols Limited, LACC, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Nan Ya Plastics Corporation, Reliance Industries Limited, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, SABIC, and Solventis are the key players in the monoethylene glycol market.

In the foreseeable period, rising consumption across end-use industries, combined with technological advances, is expected to drive the demand for monoethylene glycol. Anti-corrosion agents, anti-freeze, coolant materials, dewatering agents, and a variety of other chemical intermediates can all be made with this product.

The monoethylene glycol can also be used to make various hygroscopic materials that are employed in a variety of industries, including textiles, packaging, and automobiles. Furthermore, capacity expansion in China and the Middle East is expected to drive product and monoethylene glycol market expansion.

Together, Mitsubishi Chemicals and Reliance Industries control more than 40% of the global monoethylene glycol market.


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