DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Analyzing the Market for Industrial Gases in US 2016" report to their offering.
By 2020, the market for industrial gas in the US is predicted to nearly double, resulting in significantly high gains. The United States accounts for over 13% of the global industrial gases market value. The US industrial gas market is characterized by the presence of large, diversified international companies, with their products serving a multitude of markets.
Biggest players in the industry are Linde AG, Praxair Inc., Air Liquide SA and Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., amongst others.
The research analyzes the Market for Industrial Gases in the US in its research offering Analyzing the Market for Industrial Gases in US 2016. The report is a complete analysis of the industry through the leading segments of hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and other industrial gases. An analysis of the global market for industrial gases completes this analytical presentation.
We analyze the industry through an industry overview, a look at the industry statistics, the market demand for industrial gases in the US, industry value, industry segmentation by products and by geography, etc. Industry trends and a look at the industry structure are important in establishing the nature of competition in the industry.
Segmentation of the industry is analyzed by the usage of industrial gases in the chemicals and refining sector, the metal manufacturing and metal fabrication sector, the medical and healthcare sector, and other sectors.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
B. Industry Definition
C. Global Market for Industrial Gases
D. Market for Industrial Gases in the US
E. Segmentation by Markets for Industrial Gas
F. Regulatory Framework
G. Industrial Gas Market in the US: Future Perspective
H. Competition in the Industry
I. Leading Industry Contributors
- Air Liquide
- Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
- Airgas, Inc
- Linde AG
- Praxair, Inc.
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