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Oil Field Chemicals

Report Abstract

The world market for oil field chemicals, expressed in sales dollars at the service company level, reached almost $8 billion in 2004. Sales are expected to total over $9 billion in 2009, based on volume growth and price changes in effect as of early 2005. The following pie charts provide a breakdown of the global oil field chemicals market by category and by region.
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Water and Sustainability in the 21st Century

Published October 2007

Report Abstract

Water supply is in a silent crisis. More than 100 cities and suburban areas around the world have inadequate water supplies. For example, each resident in Beijing can access only 10,500 cubic feet of water per day.
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Water Management Chemicals

Report Abstract

Over the next five years, global consumption of water treatment specialty chemicals is expected to grow in current dollars (not inflation adjusted) by an annual rate averaging 3.3% from a 2004 level of $7.6–8.1 billion to a total of $8.
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