The global methanol market size is set to gain traction from the urgent need to lower environmental pollution caused by the surging usage of heavy fuels, such as diesel and gasoline. Pollution further leads to global warming and climate change. As per the report, the market stood at USD 27.95 billion in 2020. It is projected to grow from USD 28.74 billion in 2021 to USD 39.18 billion in 2028 at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period.
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Acetic Acid Segments Generated 5.5% Share in 2020: Fortune Business Insights™
By derivatives, the market is segregated into formaldehyde, acetic acid, MTBE, DME, gasoline blending, biodiesel, methanol to olefins (MTO)/methanol to propylene (MTP), solvent, and others. Among these, the MTO/MTP segment exhibits the highest CAGR in the near future, backed by the high demand for polyolefins from a wide range of end-user industries. The acetic acid segment earned 5.5% in terms of the methanol market share in 2020.
The research report studies decisive segments of the methyl alcohol industry containing regions, end-users, technologies, types, and applications. It elaborates the performance and significance of each of the segments by considering sales volume, growth prospects, revenue share, and demand. In addition to this, it will help our clients to accurately determine the market size to guide them in choosing the right segment for their business growth.
Drivers & Restraints-
Surging Usage as a Precursor in Plastics and Textiles to Bolster Growth
The high demand for the product from the construction and automotive industries is set to surge its usage across the globe. The chemical compound is often used in insulation materials, adhesives, textiles, and plastics as a precursor. However, the consumption of inhalation of this chemical can result in death, accumulation of acids in blood, and blindness. It may obstruct the methanol market growth in the near future.
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