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Persistence Market Research estimates that the global aniline oil market is valued at US$ 13.06 Bn in 2022. Sales of aniline oil are expected to increase at a CAGR of 5.6% and top a market valuation of US$ 22.55 Bn by the end of 2032.




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A majority of the aniline oil produced is used to make Methylene DiphenylDiisocyanate (MDI), which plays a critical role in the production of polyurethane (PU) foams that are in high demand in the automobile and construction industries, among other sectors. Primarily, PU foams used in the expanding construction industry are anticipated to fuel the consumption of aniline oil. Growing demand for rigid PU foam in the construction and electronics industries, as well as flexible PU foam in the furniture and transportation sectors, will majorly drive overall target market growth.


Demand for novel MDI materials for energy-efficient insulating materials in refrigeration systems and buildings is anticipated to skyrocket over the coming years and thereby accelerate the demand for aniline oil as well.


The aniline oil market exhibited a CAGR of 2.6% over the historical period of 2017 to 2021. The global COVID-19 emergency had a significant impact on the market. Blockades and quarantine procedures to combat numerous rounds of COVID-19 infection limited aniline oil production and supply. Many manufacturers halted or reduced their production capacities, putting pressure on the overall industry. Demand for aniline oil was plagued by trade restrictions, reduced demand for final products, and delays in operations. Value chain efficiency depends heavily on logistics and supply chain partners. Due to the low supply of raw materials, the market growth rate declined during this period.


Looking forward, the manufacturing industry is expected to expand significantly, alongside the automotive and transportation industries, which will increase the usage of aniline oil in PU foam. The market's growth prospects are likely to accelerate further due to technological improvements in many end-use sectors resulting in the increased use of aniline oil in various formulations by major end-use industries.


Aniline, also known as aminobenzene or phenylamine, is utilized in automotive interiors such as aniline leather covers for car seats. This aniline leather is very soft and luxurious to the touch. Aniline oil is an important feedstock in the production of MDI, a fundamental element in PU foams. The automobile industry sees huge demand for polyurethane foam, which is boosting aniline oil consumption in the process.


Growing demand for passenger vehicles, combined with increased electrification and a desire to improve vehicle performance, has fueled global market growth. Ever-changing lifestyle is a primary element driving the demand for polyurethane foam, which bodes well for aniline oil producers.


Aniline oil-based PU foams are employed in the construction of residential and non-residential buildings, as well as in the automobile and oil and gas sectors, among other areas. Polyurethane foams are used to insulate onshore and offshore pipelines. As a result, there is high demand for polyurethane rigid foams, which is further bolstering the aniline market.


Although aniline has numerous advantages and applications in various end-use sectors, there is a potential risk to human and environmental health. Aniline irritates the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. It induces methemoglobinemia, which impairs oxygen delivery to tissues.


Aniline also damages red blood cells, resulting in acute hemolytic anaemia. Aniline has also been linked to heart, kidney, and liver damage. Environmental norms and regulations continue to limit the use and disposal of harmful chemicals, forcing the industrial sector to seek more environment-friendly and safer substitutes. As a result, the health and environmental concerns related to aniline will impede market expansion to some extent.


The U.S. is expected to remain one of the prominent markets for the consumption and production of aniline oil in North America since aniline is not produced in Canada. The U.S. aniline oil market is also driven by its growing automotive and construction industries. Housing construction is one of the fastest-growing sectors, with significant developments taking place in the country.


Another factor driving the demand growth for aniline oil in the United States is the presence of key aniline oil manufacturers in the country. Domestically, increasing production of PU foam is projected to boost the demand for aniline oil in the U.S. This market is estimated to exhibit a CAGR of 4.9% between 2022 and 2032.


China is one of the leading markets owing to the high growth of end-use industries; China remains one of the leading consumers of aniline oil. Manufacturing sector development, infrastructure industry in the country, rising urbanization, growing automotive industry, and advantageous trade regulations are projected to drive aniline oil sales in the future.


China dominates the global aniline market as a result of huge investments in construction projects and the automobile industry. China is the world's major producer and consumer of polyurethanes, and the largest automobile manufacturing hub. However, due to the slowing of the economy as a result of inter-country political upheavals, China's construction industry is predicted to grow at a slower rate in the coming years.


Due to increased demand for PU foam and aniline oil in the construction industry, the construction segment is anticipated to account for a considerably large revenue share over the projection period. The building & construction segment is projected to create a total incremental $ opportunity of US$ 5.26 Bn between 2022 and 2032.


Because of the increasing use of aniline oil in the automotive sector, the automotive segment is predicted to increase at a significant CAGR of 6.1% over the projection period. The rising trend for fuel-efficient and lightweight automobiles is likely to drive target market revenue growth.


MDI holds the largest share of the aniline oil market and is expected to maintain its dominancy during the forecast period. MDI is primarily used in the production of polyurethanes for a variety of uses, including the production of rigid polyurethane foams for home furnishings and insulation. Insulation made from MDI aids in energy conservation.


Key manufacturers of aniline oil are acquiring other small-scale market players to boost their annual production capacity and meet the rising demand for PU foam from several end-use industries and strengthening their market presence globally.


The Toxic Oil Syndrome (TOS) was an epidemic disease appeared in central Spain in 1981, causing over 400 deaths and affecting more than 20,000 people, mainly women and children. The disease was linked to the consumption of rapeseed oil denatured with aniline, illegally refined at the ITH oil refinery in Seville, mixed with other oils and sold as edible olive oil. Among the aniline derivatives detected in the oil batches generated by an uncontrolled deodorisation procedure during the refining process, fatty acid anilides were first postulated as the causal agents. Nevertheless, compounds identified as 3-(N-phenylamino)propane-1,2-diol (PAP) and its mono-, di-, and triacyl derivatives (mPAP, dPAP and tPAP, respectively), were subsequently considered better biomarkers of toxic oils and the best candidates for causing the intoxication. In this account, we will discuss the results obtained in recent years by our group concerning: (a) The effect of different variables intervening in the deodorisation process that could influence the formation of PAP derivatives. To this end we decided to take the aniline derivatives linked to oleic acid as compound models since this is the fatty acid present in highest amounts in rapeseed oil. The study was focused on the influence of different parameters on the formation of the diester PAP derivative (OOPAP) the monoester derivative (OPAP) and the corresponding amide (oleanilide, OA), and the interactions between any two of these variables. Of particular interest was the interaction observed between OOPAP and OA, due to its potential relevance to the final composition of the toxic oil model. (b) Xenobiochemical aspects of PAP derivatives, specifically: the stereospecific hydrolysis of OPAP and OOPAP by human pancreatic lipase, the in vitro activation of PAP by human and rat liver microsomes as well as by recombinant 450 enzymes, and the formation and stability of GSH and N-acetylcysteine adducts of a highly reactive iminoquinone intermediate generated in the biotransformation of PAP.


In the past four months a new syndrome has caused more than 100 deaths in Spain. The most striking feature is a toxic-allergic pneumonopathy with respiratory distress and radiological evidence of interstitial (occasionally alveolar) exudation. Other features are fever, headache, nausea, muscular and abdominal pains, rash, hepatosplenomegaly, and eosinophilia; later, thrombotic phenomena and neurological disorders may appear. The epidemic has been traced to ingestion of rapeseed oil, denatured with aniline and containing acetanilide. The syndrome does not resemble intoxication with aniline or acetanilide, and is provisionally ascribed to "oleoanilide", a product formed by reaction of acetanilide with fatty acids.


Aniline can be formed from the breakdown of certain pollutants found in outdoor air, from the burning of plastics, or from burning tobacco. Airborne exposure to aniline may occur from breathing contaminated air, from smoking tobacco or proximity to someone who is smoking, or from being near industrial sources that use large quantities of aniline.


Small amounts of aniline may be found in some foods, such as corn, grains, rhubarb, apples, beans, and rapeseed cake (animal feed). Aniline has also been found as a volatile component of black tea. Aniline has been detected in drinking water and has also been found in surface water. 041b061a72


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