Wet Chemicals For Semiconductor Device Processing - A Critical Materials Report

Wet Chemicals For Semiconductor Device Processing 2014 - A Critical Materials Report

Techcet, Date of Publication: Apr 16, 2014, 156 Pages
US$4,279.00
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The Wet Chemicals Report provides a detailed look at the wet chemicals market as it applies to semiconductor processing. A view of the larger world chemical market dynamics and associated suppliers is disclosed. Market size, forecast, and market share statistics are provided.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 
    1.1 Market  8
    1.2 The Worldwide Chemical Industry in Brief  9
    1.3 Suppliers and Regions  10
    1.4 Supply Issues  11
    1.5 Environmental, Health, and Safety  13
2  INTRODUCTION 
3  WORLDWIDE CHEMICALS MARKET 
    3.1 Ethylene a basic Chemical Building Block  27
    3.2 Cost of Manufacturing Wet Chemicals  29
    3.3 Shale Oil Boom  30
    3.4 Growth in Asia and China  31
    3.5 The Middle East and Petroleum Based Products  38
4  MARKET RESULTS 
5  WORLDWIDE WET CHEMICAL MARKET RANKING
6  SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES  
    6.1 Hydrochloric Acid (HCI)  46
    6.2 Nitric Acid  48
    6.3 Solvents and the Petrochemical Market  49
    6.4 Phosphoric Acid and Phosphor Rock  50
           6.4.1 Phosphor Rock and China 50
           6.4.2 The World's Phosphor Rock Production  52
           6.4.3 Phosphor Rock and Phosphoric Acid Price  55
           6.4.4 Phosphor Rock Mining Outlook  59
           6.4.5 Phosphoric Acid Supply Chain and Distribution  59
    6.5 HF and the Fluorspar Supply Chain  59
           6.5.1 Fluorspar Trade and Production  60
           6.5.2 HF Pricing and China  62
7  FUTURE TRENDS IN WET CLEANING 
    7.1 Advanced Device Structures and Cleaning  67
    7.2 450 mm wafers  68
8  MAKERS AND SUPPLIERS 
9  ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY
    9.1 REACH  76
    9.2 Korea REACH-Like Program  76
    9.3 World Semiconductor Council  77
    9.4 EHS Regulations for HNO3 (nitric acid): 83
    9.5 Green House Gas Reporting Impact on US Businesses  84
10 COMPANY PROFILES AND NEWS
    10.1 Air Liquide (Supplier)  88
    10.2 BASF (Maker, Purifier and Supplier)  93
    10.3 Bluestar New Chemical Material Co., Ltd (Maker & Supplier)  98
    10.4 Dongwoo Fine Chemicals,Ltd.(Korea only, Purifier and Supplier)  100
    10.5 FujiFilm Electronic Materials (Maker, Purifier and Supplier)  100
    10.6 Honeywell International Inc (Maker, Purifier and Supplier)  102
    10.7 UltraPure Chemicals/OMG*(Purifier and Supplier, part of KMG) 106
    10.8 KMG Chemicals Inc (Maker, Purifier and Supplier)  108
    10.9 Kanto Chemical Co., Inc (Purifier and Supplier)  112
    10.10 Mallinckrodt Baker,Inc./Avantor (Purifier and Supplier)  113
    10.11 Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Group, Inc.(Maker & Supplier)  116
    10.12 OM Group, Inc (now part of KMG, a Purifier and Supplier)  118
    10.13 Rudong Zhenfeng Yiyang Chemical Co., Ltd (maker)  119
    10.14 Dow Chemical (Maker)  120
    10.15 Eastman Chemical Company (Maker)  124
    10.16 FMC Corporation* (Maker and Supplies, its Industrial Chemicals Group sold to One Equity Partners)  127
    10.17 Israel Chemicals Ltd (Maker)  130
    10.18 Rhodia (Owned by Solvay, Maker and Supplies Directly)*  133
    10.19 Solvay* (Maker)  135


List of Figures

Figure 1: The Biggest Winners and Losers of Operating Profit for 2012  26
Figure 2: Top Five Net Profits in Top 100 Chemical Companies  26
Figure 3: Trends in Nature Gas Prices across the World  28
Figure 4: Fuel, Power and Feedstock Cost as a Percent of Total Costs for Selected
      Chemical Products  30
Figure 5: US Chemical Industry Growth Compared with Growth in Western Europe  31
Figure 6: Asian Countries' GDP Comparison  32
Figure 7: Historical data for China's GDP Annual growth rate  33
Figure 8: China's Economic Growth ­Inflation Adjusted GDP  34
Figure 9: Current Planned Total Middle East Ethylene Capacity Growth  39
Figure 10: World Wide Acids, Bases and Solvents Revenues for ICs  43
Figure 11: The World Consumption of Hydrochloric Acid-2012 47
Figure 12: Worldwide Spot Market Petroleum Price History 49
Figure 13: China's Phosphate Rocks Export Price and Export Amount  52
Figure 14: Phosphor Rock Production in 2012  53
Figure 15: Phosphor Rock Reserves 54
Figure 16: Phosphor Rock Price Trends  56
Figure 17: Phosphoric Acid Production, Capacity Vs Demand 58
Figure 18: Worldwide Fluorspar Production 2013  61
Figure 19: Fluorspar Reserves 2013  62
Figure 20: Average Acid-Spar Price Trends  64
Figure 21: WSC PFC Emissions Trend  80
Figure 22: WSC PFC Consumption and Emissions Data Breakdown by Gas 81
Figure 23: The US trade Balance in Chemical Expanded to Positive $11.7 Billon  144
Figure 24: 2012 US chemical manufactures production capacity utilization  145
Figure 25: 2013 US chemical manufactures Production Capacity Utilization  145
Figure 26: US GDP History  146
Figure 27: The Shale Gas Impact for the Growth of US Chemical Industry  148
Figure 28: Chemistry Trade balance growth due to the shift in competitiveness  149


List of Tables

Table 1: Worldwide Chemical Industry Growth  17
Table 2: Fourth-Quarter 2013 Chemical Results  22
Table 3: Top 10 Worldwide Chemical Companies' Revenues and Growth, 2012  24
Table 4: US Chemical Producers with New Ethylene Crackers Coming on Line  29
Table 5: World Top 10 Largest Ethylene Production Complexes  42
Table 6: Ethylene Production Capacity by the World Regions  42
Table 7: Worldwide Wet Chemicals Market Ranking 44
Table 8: Semiconductor Wet Chemical Regional Market Leaders and Approximate Market Shares  45
Table 9: Phosphate Rocks Export Quota Amount and the Percentage Export Taxes  51
Table 10: Wet Chemical Suppliers for Selected Chemicals  70
Table 11: EHS Regulation Changes for Nitric Acid Emissions  84
Table 12: Air Liquide Sales and Earnings     
Table 13: BASF Sales and Earnings     
Table 14: FujiFilm Sales and Earnings     
Table 15: Honeywell Sales and Earnings     
Table 16: UltraPure Chemicals/OM Group products lists (Part of KMG)   
Table 17: KMG Sales and Earnings     
Table 18: Kanto's Ultra Pure Chemicals products list    
Table 19: Mitsubishi Sales and Earnings     
Table 20: Dow Sales and Earnings     
Table 21: Eastman Sales and Earnings     
Table 22: ICL Performance Products Group (ICL-PP) Sales and Earnings   
Table 23: The new Solvay Business Structure with Five Operating Segments   
      

List of Appendices

Appendix A: US Chemical Industry in Detail  142
Appendix B: What is Phosphor Rock? 151
Appendix C: Wet Chemical Cleaning Technology  152



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