H2S scavenger Market Size- US and Canda
The North American hydrogen sulphide (H2S) scavengers market consists of the US, Canadian, and Mexican market. According to a market report published in 2019 by Pioneer Report, the North American H2S scavengers market size was $567 million as of 2016, and it accounted for 27.8% of the global market size. A thorough and wide-reaching search through reputable sources revealed that the US or Canadian H2S scavengers market size is not available in the public domain. This information is only available in paid reports.
NORTH AMERICAN H2S SCAVENGERS MARKET
- Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) scavengers are chemical compounds that remove H2S gas or H2S gas removals.
- Hydrogen sulphide scavengers are mainly of two types, the regenerative and non-regenerative.
- Hydrogen sulphide scavengers are mainly used in the gas, oil and water industries.
- The US, Canadian, and Mexican H2S scavengers market make up the North American market.
- The North American hydrogen sulphide (H2S) scavengers market size in 2016 was $567 million.
- The North American market accounted for 27.8% of the global hydrogen sulphide scavengers market.
- The equipment segment of the H2S scavengers market is projected to grow at a CAGR of about 5% from 2019 to 2029.
- Hexahydro-1,3,5-tris(hydroxyethyl)-s-triazine (MEA-triazine) account for a minimum of 80% of the total H2S scavengers used worldwide.
GLOBAL MARKET PLAYERS
- Akzo Nobel N.V.
- NALCO Water
- Dorf Ketal
- Newpoint Gas
- Chemical Products Industries
- Arkema Group
- Paqell BV
- ChemTreat, Inc.
- Merichem Company
- Caradan Chemicals International
To provide requested market information regarding the US and Canadian H2S scavengers market, your research scoured through industry reports by reputable market research firms like Market Research Vision, Markets and Markets, Transparency Market Research, and Industrial Herald. A wide-reaching search through these sources, did not reveal the market size of H2S scavengers in the US or Canada. All the market reports consulted have the US and Canadian market size information behind a paywall. However, we were able to find the market size of the North American market and its share in the global market. We also combed the sources above for data points we might use to estimate a proxy we could not find any helpful data points, such as the US and Canadian market share in the North American or global H2S scavengers market, but were unable to locate such data.
We also combed through reputable media sources such as The State Times, PortNews24, Business Insider, and PR Newswire in search of information regarding US and Canadian market or data points we may use in triangulating a proxy for the US and Canadian market. We could not find information on H2S scavengers market in the US and/or Canada, or data points we may use in triangulating a proxy for the US or Canadian market as most of the media sources consulted have this information in paid reports.
An attempt to triangulate a proxy for the US and Canadian H2S scavengers market size using the sales revenue of the market players (H2S scavengers companies) was made by searching through annual reports of companies in the H2S industry, company data aggregator databases like Crunchbase, Hoovers, and ZoomInfo as well as media sources such as Business Insider, PR Newswire, The State Times, and PortNews24. We were undable to find or determine the revenue each of these companies operating in the US or Canada generate from the sales and services of H2S scavengers.
We also consulted white papers on H2S scavengers in search of information on the US and Canadian market. According to a white paper published in 2018 by Grahame Taylor, Jonathan Wylde, and Antonio Pedro Oliveiro, MEA-triazine account for over 80% of the total H2S scavengers used worldwide. Leveraging the above information, we attempted triangulating a proxy for the US and Canadian H2S scavengers market size by finding or estimating the market size or share of MEA-triazine used in scavenging H2S searching through market reports, reputable media sources, and company data aggregators' databases. Again, we were unsuccessful as this information is contained in paid reports.