ARGUS Asphalt Annual
The Argus Asphalt Annual report is your annual forecast update on the latest developments in the asphalt market, including production, trade flow and consumption data.
Published annually, this forward-thinking and comprehensive report is recognised as the only available study in the world that provides asphalt supply and demand projections for more than 11 regions and 99 countries from 2018 to 2027.
Featuring a medium-term analytical view of the market, it offers essential insight for asphalt producers, consumers, distributors and trading companies trying to evaluate their current position and opportunities for the future.
The report also shows historical trends in production, consumption, imports and exports for the countries covered, including regional changes in fundamentals.
- North America
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Western Europe
- Central and eastern Europe
- Russia and central Asia
- Middle East
- South Asia
- Northeast Asia
- Southeast Asia
- Executive summary, with analysis of relevant events with an impact on the global bitumen market, such as the approval of the IIJA in the US, the likely outcomes of the Russia-Ukraine conflict and more
- World overview, with actual and forecast regional demand metrics, regional capacity changes, and a review of global asphalt trade flows.
- Maps showing asphalt-producing refinery locations and regional trade flows
- Commentary on refinery shutdowns and their impact on asphalt production
- Access individual country overviews, with tables on asphalt capacity, consumption, production, imports and exports from 2018-27
- Downloadable data with intuitive and effective search tools to work with your asphalt data
Customers that benefit
The Argus Asphalt Annual report is the encyclopaedia of the opaque global asphalt market that the industry relies on for strategic and mid-term plans. Below are examples of how some clients use this service:
- Producers can rely on the fundamentals data to better understand future supply and demand scenarios
- Traders turn to our regional trade maps and individual country overviews to examine the balance of various regions and evaluate how best to fulfil future needs