3rd Advanced Chemistry World Congress

    March 21-22, 2022 VIRTUAL MEET | DIGITAL EVENT

    Adv Chemistry 2022 conference

    The theme for Adv. Chemistry 2022 is “Chemical innovations that will change the modern world: Current trends, education and future research opportunities”.  Future growth, policies, global energy prices, acceleration of sustainability, e-commerce and technological advancements are six major trends influencing the chemical industry's future.

    According to Next Move Strategy Consulting studies, the global chemical distribution market was valued at USD 228.33 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow to USD 374.47 billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 4.6% from 2020 to 2030.

    Objectives of Adv. Chemistry 2022

    • To provide a forum for academic scientists, various organizations, investors, industrialists and researchers to exchange and share their knowledge of chemistry and the chemical industry.
    • To highlight the technological application experiences, opportunities and hurdles
    • Identifying and implementing strategic initiatives in

      about Adv Chemistry 2022 conference
    Adv Chemistry 2022 Conference

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    Meet our first list of distinguished speakers
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    Peers Alley Media Ilya G Kaplan

    Ilya G Kaplan

    Materials Research Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

    Peers Alley Media Svetoslav Marinov Markov

    Svetoslav Marinov Markov

    Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

    Peers Alley Media Pier Giorgio Righetti

    Pier Giorgio Righetti

    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    Peers Alley Media Eben von Well

    Eben von Well

    Agricultural Research Council – Small Grain, South Africa

    Conference Highlights

    Scope & Importance

    Market Report

    In 2021, Global Chemical Production (excluding pharmaceuticals) is predicted to increase by 4.4 percent (2020: –0.4 percent), which is higher than the norm for the years preceding the coronavirus pandemic. This expansion will primarily occur in emerging markets (2021: +5.4 percent; 2020: +1.8 percent). We forecast a growth rate of 2.5 percent in advanced economies (2020: –4.2 percent), which is above normal for pre-crisis years. In emerging markets, the level of production from 2019 will thus already be exceeded in 2021. Overall, advanced economies' output would most likely remain significantly lower.

    In the European Union, We estimate a 3.2 percent increase in chemical production (2020: –1.9 percent), almost in line with GDP growth. Domestic chemical demand should be bolstered by the predicted notable rebound in the automobile industry, as well as modest growth in the construction industry and consumables in the health and nutrition sector, as well as slightly greater growth in consumer durables. In the United Kingdom, we expect a slower pace of growth. Due to the end of the Brexit transition period and the negative economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic (2021: +2.0 percent; 2020: +1.0 percent), higher transaction costs are anticipated to reduce chemical output.

    In the United States, Chemical production is expected to increase by 2.6 percent (2020: –4.3 percent). Chemical demand is predicted to benefit from continued recovery in automotive production as well as significant growth in health and nutrition and electronics, although the construction and oil and gas industries are only expected to provide a mild growth stimulus.

    In South America, Chemical production is expected to lag somewhat behind the economy as a whole (2021: +3.0%; 2020: –1.1%). The rebound in automobile manufacturing, as well as agriculture, nutrition, and industrial raw materials, will boost chemical growth.

    In China, We expect a 6.3 percent increase in chemical production. The world's largest chemical market (2020: 3.4 percent). After the quick recovery in output in 2020, momentum is likely to decelerate. Nonetheless, we expect demand for intermediate inputs from the chemical sector to expand across all customer industries, particularly in consumer goods and the automobile industry.

    Chemical production forecasts for 2021 (excluding pharmaceuticals)

    In comparison to the previous year, there has been a significant difference


    In comparison to the previous year, there has been a significant difference

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