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Global Heat Recovery Steam Generators Industry for Thermal Power Forecasts to 2020

MarketOptimizer.org adds "Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs) for Thermal Power, 2014 Update: Global Market Size, Market Share, Average Pricing and Trends to 2020" to its store.

DALLAS, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ''Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs) for Thermal Power, 2014 Update: Global Market Size, Market Share, Average Pricing and Trends to 2020'' gives detailed information on the current HRSG, focusing on key countries, as well as covering the global scenario. HRSGs consist of four major components: the economizer, evaporator, superheater and water preheater. The different components are put together to meet the operating requirements of the unit. See the attached illustration of a Modular HRSG General Arrangement.

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Modular HRSGs can be categorized by a number of ways such as direction of exhaust gases flow or number of pressure levels. Based on the flow of exhaust gases, HRSGs are categorized into vertical and horizontal types. In horizontal type HRSGs, exhaust gas flows horizontally over vertical tubes whereas in vertical type HRSGs, exhaust gas flow vertically over horizontal tubes. Based on pressure levels, HRSGs can be categorized into single pressure and multi pressure. Single pressure HRSGs have only one steam drum and steam is generated at single pressure level whereas multi pressure HRSGs employ two (double pressure) or three (triple pressure) steam drums. As such triple pressure HRSGs consist of three sections: an LP (low pressure) section, a reheat/IP (intermediate pressure) section, and an HP (high pressure) section. Each section has a steam drum and an evaporator section where water is converted to steam. This steam then passes through superheaters to raise the temperature beyond the one at the saturation point.

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The report analyzes the drivers, restraints, revenues and market shares of the eight key countries in the HRSG market. For each of these countries, the report provides revenue, volume and average price forecasts by voltage level segments and market shares for 2012.

Scope

  • The report provides a detailed analysis of the HRSG market for some of the key countries at global level: the US, the UK, Russia, Germany, China, India, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
  • The report provides:
  • Historical (2006–2012) and forecast data (2013–2020) on market revenues and segmentation of market revenues by voltage level
  • HRSG market drivers and restraints for these countries
  • Market share of the key players for all the countries

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The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time-sensitive manner. It will allow you to:

  • Facilitate decision making, by providing historical and forecast data on the revenue of the HRSG market
  • Develop strategies based on the various market developments in the HRSG market segment by voltage level.
  • Identify key partners and business development avenues, based on an understanding of the market movements of the major competitors in the power rental market.
  • Respond to your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

2 Executive Summary

3 Introduction

4 Global Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis

4.1 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Global, Overview

4.2 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Global, Revenue Analysis, 2006–2020

4.3 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Global, Volume Analysis, 2006–2020

5 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Key Country Analysis 20

5.1 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, US

5.2 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, UK

5.3 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, Russia

5.4 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, Germany

5.5 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, China

5.6 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, India

5.7 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, Indonesia

5.8 Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market Analysis, Saudi Arabia

6 Appendix 110

List Of Tables

Table 1: HRSG Market, Global, Features of Unfired and Supplementary Fired HRSG, 2013

Table 2: HRSG Market, Global, Features of Horizontal and Vertical HRSG, 2013

Table 3: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Global, Revenue Split by Size ($m), 2006–2020

Table 4: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Global, Volume in Units Split by Size, 2006–2020

Table 5: Power Market, US, Installed Capacity by Type of Power Plant (GW), 2013

Table 6: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, Revenue Split by Size ($m), 2006–2020

Table 7: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, Volume in Units Split by Size, 2006–2020

Table 8: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, Average Price Split by Size ($'000/MW), 2006–2020

Table 9: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, 1–30 MW, Market Share by Sales (%), 2012

Table 10: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, 30–120 MW, Market Share by Sales (%), 2012

Table 11: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, 120–200 MW, Market Share by Sales (%), 2012

Table 12: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, US, 200 MW and Above, Market Share by Sales (%), 2012

Table 13: Power Market, UK, Installed Capacity by Type of Power Plant (GW), 2013

Table 14: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, Revenue Split by Size ($m), 2006–2020

Table 15: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, Volume Split by Size, 2006–2020

Table 16: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, Average Price Split by Size ($'000/MW), 2006–2020

Table 17: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, 1–30 MW, Market Share by MW Sales (%), 2012

Table 18: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, 30–120 MW, Market Share by MW Sales (%), 2012

Table 19: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, 120–200 MW, Market Share by MW Sales (%), 2012

Table 20: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, UK, 200 MW and Above, Market Share by MW Sales (%), 2012

Table 21: Power Market, Russia, Installed Capacity by Type of Power Plant (GW), 2013 45

Table 22: Heat Recovery Steam Generator Market, Russia, Revenue Split by Size($m), 2006–2020

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