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Report on Chromatography Market – Global Scenario, Trends, Industry Analysis

This report is an effort to identify factors, which will be the driving force behind the chromatography market and sub-markets in the next few years. The report provides extensive analysis of the industry, current market trends, industry drivers and challenges for better understanding of the market structure. The report has segregated the chromatography industry in terms of product and geography. We have used a combination of primary and secondary research to arrive at the market estimates, market shares and trends. We have adopted bottom up model to derive market size of the global chromatography market and further validated numbers with the key market participants and C-level executives.

This report highlights the industry with the following points:
* Definition, estimates and forecast of chromatography market from 2011 to 2017
* Analysis of product segments for chromatography market with historical data and forecast
* Trends and forecast for four geographic markets, namely U.S., Europe, Asia-Pacific and RoW based on segments of chromatography market
* Profiles of major market participants for better understanding of their contributions

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performance of chromatography in global scenario. This research provides in-depth analysis of chromatographic machines manufacturers, product sales, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major product segments of the global chromatography and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered. The study presents a comprehensive assessment of the stakeholder strategies and winning imperatives for them by segmenting the global chromatography as below:

Depending on the stationary and mobile phase and the separation techniques the classification of the chromatography is done as following:
Adsorption Chromatography
Partition Chromatography
Ion-Exchange Chromatography
Exclusion chromatography
Affinity Chromatography

Adsorption Chromatography:
In this type of chromatography liquid or gas is used as mobile phase and adsorbent solid as stationary phase. The types of adsorption chromatography are:
Adsorption column chromatography
Thin layer chromatography
Gas-solid chromatography

Partition Chromatography:
This involves liquid or gas as mobile phase and another liquid or solid as a stationary phase. It is classified as into following sub segments:
Partition column chromatography
Paper chromatography.
Thin layer chromatography.
Gas-liquid chromatography.
High performance liquid chromatography.

In addition the report provides a cross-sectional analysis of all the above segments with respect to following geographical markets:
U.S.
Europe
Asia-Pacific
Rest of the World (RoW)

The in-depth research and high level analysis will allow chromatography manufacturers, lawmakers, large retailers, medical companies and research and development agencies to make informed decisions about chromatography manufacturing, designing marketing, growth strategies and gaining competitive advantage.

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Oil & Gas Extraction Asia Report

The Oil & Gas Extraction Asia Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for 24 countries by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 1997- 2012 and Forecasts 2013- 2020 & 2020-2028.

The Oil & Gas Extraction Asia Report provides data on the net market for the Products and Services covered in each of 24 countries. The Products and Services covered (Oil and gas extraction) are classified by the 5-Digit United States Commerce Department Major Product Codes and each Product and Services is then further defined and analyzed by each 6 to 10-Digit United States Commerce Department Product Codes.

Countries covered include: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, North Korea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Other: East Timor. NB: Data Caveats apply to some countries.

59 MARKET RESEARCH CHAPTERS. SPREADSHEET CHAPTERS: Market Consumption – in US$ by Country by Product/Service by Year. Market, Financial, Competitive, Market Segmentation, Industry, Critical Parameters, Marketing Costs, Markets, Decision Makers, Performance, Product Launch.

ASIA & NATIONAL REPORT MARKET DATABASE & SPREADSHEETS. FINANCIAL SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES. INDUSTRY SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES.

Data includes Market Consumption by individual Product / Service, Per-Capita Consumption, Marketing Costs & Margins, Product Launch Data, Buyers, End Users & Customer Profile, Consumer Demographics. Historic Balance Sheets, Forecast Financial Data, Industry Profile, National Data.

The report is on a DVD containing the entire web and databases, or it is available online. Merge text, tables & databases for your own reports, spreadsheet calculations & modeling.

33 Products/Markets covered, 1946 pages, 3979 spreadsheets, 4012 database tables, 282 illustrations. Updated monthly. 12 month After-Sales Service. This database covers NAICS code: 21111.

The Market for Oil & Gas Extraction in each country by Products & Services.

This database covers NAICS code: 21111. Products/Services classified by 5-Digit US Commerce Department Code and then defined by each 6 to 10-Digit Product Codes.

The Oil & Gas Extraction Asia Report covers:
TIME SERIES – Historic: 1997- 2012 / Current time series: 2013- 2020 / Long Term Projection: 2020-2028. Consumption given at industry / distribution channel / service or product line level.

PRODUCTS & MARKETS COVERED:
21111 : Oil and gas extraction
211111 : Crude petroleum & natural gas extraction
2111111 : Crude petroleum, incl lease condensate (volumes corrected to 60 degrees F) shipped
2111111121 : Crude petroleum shipped from stripper well leases
2111111131 : Lease condensate produced (volumes corrected to 60 degrees F)
2111113 : Natural gas
2111113100 : Natural gas (volumes adjusted to pressure base of 14.73 lb absolute at 60 degrees F) shipped to consumers
211111W : Crude petroleum & natural gas, nsk
211112 : Natural gas liquid extraction
2111121 : Natural gas liquids
21111211 : Isopentane & natural gasoline
21111212 : Propane
21111213 : Butane
21111214 : Plant condensate, ethane, gas mixtures & other natural gas liquids
2111121441 : Plant condensate from natural gas liquids plants
2111121451 : Ethane
2111121461 : Gas mixtures from natural gas liquids plants
2111121491 : Other natural gas liquids
2111123 : Residue gas shipped from natural gas liquids plants
2111124 : Recovered elemental sulfur from natural gas
211112W : Natural gas liquids, nsk

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Coal Mining Asia Report

The Coal Mining Asia Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for 24 countries by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 1997- 2012 and Forecasts 2013- 2020 & 2020-2028.

The Coal Mining Asia Report provides data on the net market for the Products and Services covered in each of 24 countries. The Products and Services covered (Coal mining) are classified by the 5-Digit United States Commerce Department Major Product Codes and each Product and Services is then further defined and analyzed by each 6 to 10-Digit United States Commerce Department Product Codes.

Countries covered include: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, North Korea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Other: East Timor. NB: Data Caveats apply to some countries.

59 MARKET RESEARCH CHAPTERS. SPREADSHEET CHAPTERS: Market Consumption – in US$ by Country by Product/Service by Year. Market, Financial, Competitive, Market Segmentation, Industry, Critical Parameters, Marketing Costs, Markets, Decision Makers, Performance, Product Launch.

ASIA & NATIONAL REPORT MARKET DATABASE & SPREADSHEETS. FINANCIAL SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES. INDUSTRY SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES.

Data includes Market Consumption by individual Product / Service, Per-Capita Consumption, Marketing Costs & Margins, Product Launch Data, Buyers, End Users & Customer Profile, Consumer Demographics. Historic Balance Sheets, Forecast Financial Data, Industry Profile, National Data.

The report is on a DVD containing the entire web and databases, or it is available online. Merge text, tables & databases for your own reports, spreadsheet calculations & modeling.

45 Products/Markets covered, 1909 pages, 4049 spreadsheets, 3997 database tables, 269 illustrations. Updated monthly. 12 month After-Sales Service. This database covers NAICS code: 21211.

The Market for Coal Mining in each country by Products & Services.

This database covers NAICS code: 21211. Products/Services classified by 5-Digit US Commerce Department Code and then defined by each 6 to 10-Digit Product Codes.

The Coal Mining Asia Report covers:
TIME SERIES – Historic: 1997- 2012 / Current time series: 2013- 2020 / Long Term Projection: 2020-2028. Consumption given at industry / distribution channel / service or product line level.

PRODUCTS & MARKETS COVERED:
21211 : Coal mining
212111 : Bituminous coal & lignite surface mining
2121111 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface mining operations
21211111 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface mining operations, for use without processing
21211112 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface mining operations, for processing at other establishments
2121111221 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface mining operations, for processing at otherestablishments
2121113 : Processed bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface operations
21211131 : Processed bituminous coal & lignite shipped from surface operations, washed by wet-washing, pneumatic, or other methods
21211132 : Processed bituminous coal shipped from surface operations (mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
2121113221 : Processed bituminous coal shipped from surface operations(mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
21211133 : Processed subbituminous coal shipped from surface operations (mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
21211134 : Processed lignite coal shipped from surface operations (mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
212111W : Bituminous coal & lignite surface mining, nsk
212112 : Bituminous coal underground mining
2121121 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations
21211211 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations, for use without processing
21211212 : Run-of-mine (raw) bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations, for processing at other establishments
2121123 : Processed bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations
21211231 : Processed bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations, washed by wet-washing, pneumatic, or other methods
21211232 : Processed bituminous coal shipped from underground mining operations (mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
212112W : Bituminous coal underground mining, nsk
212113 : Anthracite mining
2121131 : Run-of-mine (raw) anthracite
21211311 : Run-of-mine (raw) anthracite shipped
2121131111 : Run-of-mine (raw) anthracite shipped for use without processing
2121131121 : Run-of-mine (raw) anthracite shipped for processing at other establishments
2121133 : Processed anthracite
21211331 : Processed anthracite shipped
2121133111 : Processed anthracite, washed by wet-washing, pneumatic, or other methods
2121133121 : Processed anthracite (mechanically crushed, screened, or sized only)
212113W : Anthracite mining, nsk

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India Coal Power Market Analysis & Forecast 2012-2020

In-depth analysis of India’s coal power market trends, dynamics, value chain constraints and opportunities.

The first edition of the ‘India Coal Power Market Analysis & Forecast 2012-2020’ evaluates the major commercial, policy and supply chain related constraints and challenges facing India’s power sector, in general, and coal power industry, in particular, over the next decade and the opportunities that this presents. With insufficient generation capacity, a history of project delays and missed government capacity additions targets, as well as severe problems with the transmission and distribution networks, India’s power market faces many challenges. Coal power has long since been the dominant baseload power source and default technology choice for capacity expansion in India; but slow development of domestic coal resources, rising domestic and international coal prices, government tariff policy, and the bankability of PPA agreements (among other things) are presenting significant hurdles to timely project execution. In light of this, the report analyses the key market trends and dynamics, identifies opportunities throughout the coal power value chain, and presents forecasts for coal power capacity additions and associated capital expenditure over the period to 2020.

The modelling & forecasting process
The report’s forecast are based on a comprehensive bottom-up project-by-project process, which involved the scrutiny of more than 2,200 coal power project prospects (totalling 880GW) that were evaluated based on a range of key factors, including status, project size, location, progress to date, operator workload, etc. Additionally a bespoke model was developed in order to evaluate the potential for key demand drivers such as GDP, population growth, and energy prices to impact the rate of market development – with top-down high case and low case scenarios presented in addition to the bottom-up base case forecasts.

Detailed forecast breakdowns
Forecasts for capacity and capex are presented in detail in order to provide clarity to emerging market trends that allows readers to identify the specific areas of opportunity available to them. The following breakdowns are included:

* Capacity breakdowns by unit size – demonstrating the trend towards larger supercritical technology.
* Capex breakdowns by unit size.
* Capex breakdowns by equipment and service items – e.g. from major equipment like boilers, turbines, generators to fans, valves, and heat exchangers and services such as design & engineering and project management among many other categories.

Supply chain analysis and consultations
The report identifies the major constraints throughout the coal power supply chain and wider value chain and highlights the opportunities that this is presenting. Furthermore our analysis of the market constraints and opportunities is supplement by interviews with key industry stakeholders, who shared their views on the current and future prospects for India’s coal power market and what must be done to address the difficulties it is currently experiencing.

Why Purchase This Report?

Written in a style that assumes no reader knowledge of the subject area, the report is an essential and rich source of information for senior executive and key decision-makers currently involved or planning involvement in India’s coal power market – especially those working in contracting and equipment supply industries, financial institutions and government departments. The following are just a few of the many good reasons for purchasing this report:

* Comprehensive capex breakdowns by equipment and service items
* Bottom-up (involving the evaluation of more than 2,200 projects) project-by-project forecasts provides readers with the confidence to utilise the report’s forecasts and findings to support key business investment and growth strategies
* Industry survey means the views of key stakeholders are reflected in our findings
* Detailed analysis of project economics (tariffs, overnight capital costs, LCOE comparisons etc.)
* In-depth discussions and analysis of value chain constraints and opportunities

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The Petrochemicals Market 2012-2022

The petrochemicals market is expected to undergo a period of significant change over the forecast period 2012-2022. The emerging markets are expected to embark on a period of significant expansions, whilst Middle Eastern competition will create irrevocable changes to the competitive landscape of the global petrochemicals market over forecast period. The damaging effects of the Euro crisis are expected to continue for a significant portion of the forecast period and this is expected to have an impact on growth in the developed regions. Nonetheless, Visiongain expects the petrochemicals market will reach a global value of $609.30bn in 2012.

Environmental awareness is expected to maintain its prominence in the emerging regions over the duration of the forecast period. The prominence of sustainability has hindered the petrochemicals markets in the emerging regions as it is a major obstacle blocking the expansion of a number of companies. Sustainability is expected to be less of a hindrance in the developed regions as the level of expansion will not be as significant as in the developing regions.

The developing economies will play a crucial role in the development of petrochemicals over 2012-2022. The value of these markets will increase dramatically and suppliers are expected to shift their focus from the developed economies to the developing economies. Innovation is expected to be more prevalent in the more mature regions. This is due to a global need to increase competitiveness and the mature regions will seek this through reduced costs and increased efficiency. Innovation constitutes one of the most effective ways in which these goals can be achieved.

The report contains 148 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the petrochemicals market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 for the global petrochemicals market, as well as for 5 end use submarkets (basic petrochemicals, plastic/polymers, synthetic rubbers, synthetic fibre, and other chemicals). In addition, petrochemicals production is forecast in 20 leading national markets and analysed by Visiongain over the period 2012-2022. The report also provides profiles of 20 leading companies operating within the market.

Unique Selling Points
• Comprehensive analysis of the prospects for the petrochemicals market from 2012-2022.
• 148 tables, charts and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast the changing dynamics of the petrochemicals market between 2012-2022.
• Forecasts and analysis for the global petrochemicals market between 2012-2022
• Forecasts and analysis for 5 end use petrochemicals submarkets from 2012-2022.
• Forecasts and analysis for petrochemicals production in the 20 leading nations as well as rest of the world figures and projections for the period 2012-2022
• Analysis of the forces that influence and characterise the petrochemicals market
• Profiles of 20 leading companies operating within the petrochemicals market.

Methodology
This report has been compiled by combining information obtained from a very wide and rich mixture of research sources, producing a broad industry overview. The study draws on a diverse range of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, and industry statements as a basis for discussing and predicting developments in the petrochemicals market between 2012 and 2022.

Visiongain considers that this methodology results in an accurate, objective mixture of analyses and forecasts.

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China Shale Gas Market Analysis

Shale gas was once considered a nuisance by experts that was just tolerated in order to get to the sandstone and limestone reservoirs. But shale, which is the most abundant form of sedimentary rocks in the world, is being appreciated and this all started with huge reserves found in North America, increasingly being called the birthplace of shale gas within the industry circles. The rest of the world started following and Asia is soon catching up, with China now poised to take the lead.

Asian nations are not known for their hydrocarbon deposits, barring Middle East, and most of these nations are highly import dependent. The major power in the continent, China, has insufficient oil and gas reserves and imports most of its energy. China is rich in Coal but still a major importer in the region after Japan. So, for such an energy deficient economy, finding huge shale gas reserves is definitely welcome news.

Innumerable reports have suggested that China is sitting on the world’s largest technically recoverable shale gas reserve. Chinese shale gas estimates surpass even that of North America and will be sufficient for the next 60 years at the current Reserve to Production (R/P) ratio.

China is basking in the glory of its recent world’s largest shale finds. With almost 25% more reserves than the United States, China is dreaming about an even bigger energy revolution than the one seen in America. If estimates are to be believed then this 1,275 Trillion Cubic Feet of shale gas reserves found in China will last for about 300 years at the present rate of production and consumption. Since Chinese shale gas scenario is in its early years, the future is large and as of now looks promising. The practical production currently is zero, with a couple of experimental wells producing only 10,000 meters of gas per day but nothing substantial

“China Shale Gas Market Analysis” research report is a detailed literature on the infant Chinese shale gas market and its potential, with a sneak peek into the technology used to exploit shale gas reserves and the Chinese and global companies working overtime to tap into this potential.

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. China Shale Gas Reserves
2.1 Comparison of Chinese & U.S Shale Gas Reserves
3. Shale Gas Investments in China
3.1 Foreign Partnerships
3.2 Domestic Investment
3.3 Auction of Shale Gas Blocks
4. Regulatory & Policy Framework
4.1 Bidding the Shale Gas Blocks
4.2 Shale Gas Declared as Independent Resource
4.3 Liberalized Pricing
5. 12th Five-Year Development Plan for Shale Gas
5.1 Completion of Nationwide Shale Gas Survey & Production Estimates
5.2 Development of Methods, Technologies, Equipment and Technical Standards
5.3 Incentives & Infrastructure Improvement
6. Shale Gas Opportunities & Challenges In China
7. Future Outlook For Shale Gas Exploration & Production
7.1 Demand and Supply Scenario
7.2 Increased Foreign Participation
7.3 Technical Advancement
8. PEST Analysis
8.1 Political Factors
8.2 Economic Factors
8.3 Social Factors
8.4 Technological Factors
9. Technologies For Shale Gas Exploration
9.1 Horizontal Drilling
9.2 Hydraulic Fracturing
9.3 Measurement While Drilling (MWD) Tools and Logging While Drilling (LWD) Tools
9.4 Pad Drilling
10. Competitive Landscape
10.1 Sinopec Group
10.2 China National Offshore Oil Corporation
10.3 China National Petroleum Corporation
10.4 Royal Dutch Shell

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India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market

The Urban & Industrial waste based power projects have been witnessing upward trend in recent years driven by increasing investments from private sector and ongoing government initiatives to promote generation of power from urban and industrial waste. The overall installed capacity of grid connected waste power projects surpassed 70 MW by end of 2011 as compare to more than 90 MW of off grid waste base power projects.

Considering the huge potential to convert waste to energy in India, the Ministry of Environment and Forests had formulated the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules in 2000. Waste to Energy is understood as a renewable technology, and comes under the overall guidance and facilitation of the Ministry of Non Renewable Energy of India.

The research report “India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market” gives an overview on the various aspects related to waste based power generation scenario in India. It helps to analyze the urban and industrial based power generation potential across various states in India, the current scenario of off grid and grid connected waste based power projects and the financial incentives and assistance given by government.

Table of Contents
1. India Waste Generation Scenario
2. Technologies For Generation Of Energy From Waste
2.1 Thermal Conversion – Incineration
2.2 Thermo Chemical Conversion – Pyrolysis & Gasification
2.3 Bio Chemical Conversion – Biomethanation & Fermentation
2.4 Electrochemical Conversion
3. India Waste To Energy Generation Potential
3.1 Urban Waste
3.2 Industrial Waste
4. Urban & Industrial Waste Based Power Installed Capacity
4.1 Grid-Connected Power
4.2 Off-Grid/ Captive Power
5. Issues To be Resolved
5.1 Imported Technology
5.2 Lack Of Awareness
5.3 Environmental Concerns
5.4 Costly Procedures
6. Initiatives & Financial Assistance For Waste To Energy Programme During FY’12
6.1 Programme On Energy Recovery From Urban Wastes
6.2 Programmes On Energy Recovery From Municipal Solid Wastes
6.3 Programmes On Energy Recovery From Industrial Wastes
7. Regulatory & Policy Framework
7.1 Ministry Of New And Renewable Energy
7.2 Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency
7.3 Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2000
7.4 Central Pollution Control Board
8. Competitive Landscape

List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Composition Of Solid Waste Generation In India
Figure 3-1: Urban & Industrial Waste To Energy Potential (MW)
Figure 3-2: Share of Waste To Energy PotentialIin Total Renewable Energy
Figure 3-3: Industrial Waste To Energy Potential By Segment (MW)
Figure 4-1: Grid Connected U&I Waste To Energy Installed Capacity (MW), FY’09-FY’15
Figure 4-2: Grid Connected U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity (MW), Jan’2012
Figure 4-3: Grid Connected U&I Waste To Energy Installed Capacity By State (MW), FY’11
Figure 4-4: Grid Connected U&I Waste Based Capacity Additions Targets (MW), FY’12-FY’17
Figure 4-5: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity (MW), FY’10 & FY’11
Figure 4-6: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity, Jan’2012
Figure 4-7: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity by State (MW)’ FY’11

List of Tables
Table 3-1: Urban Waste To Energy Potential By State (MW)
Table 3-2: Urban Solid Waste To Power Potential By State (MW)
Table 3-3: Urban Liquid Waste To Energy Potential By State (MW)
Table 6-1: Capital Subsidy For Waste To Energy Projects During FY’12

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