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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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India Cold Chain Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017

Globally the focus now has shifted from increasing the production to better storage and transportation of food produce. Cold Chain now has become an integral part of the supply chain management for the storage and transportation of temperature sensitive goods. Utilization of cold chain logistics includes both the cold storages as well as refrigerated transportation and is used to increase the shelf life of food produce. The Indian cold chain market in the last few years has witnessed various positive changes.

According to the report “India Cold Chain Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017” the cold chain market in India is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 28.7% during 2012-2017, which will make the market reach US$ 11.6 Billion by 2017. The Indian cold chain market is highly fragmented in which about 3500+ players are present. There are a large numbers of small players present in the Indian cold chain industry; some of the well-known organized companies are Snowman, FHEL, RK Foodland Pvt. Ltd., MJ Logistic Services Ltd. etc. It is anticipated that cold chain market in India will get more organized with the entry of large private players in this arena. “India Cold Chain Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017” includes the following particulars:-

• Global Cold Chain Market Size and Forecast till 2017.
• India Cold Chain Market Size, Share and Forecast till 2017.
• India Temperature Controlled Vehicle’s & Warehouses Market Size, Share and Forecast till 2017.
• Demand and Supply Analysis
• Competitive Landscape and Strategic Recommendations

Why you should buy this report
• To gain in-depth understanding of Cold Chain Market in India.
• To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the coming years
• To help various stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies
• To obtain research based business decision and add weight to presentations and marketing materials.
• To gain competitive knowledge of leading players.
• To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer’s specific needs.

Report Methodology:
The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with cold chain owners, channel partners, media executives and customers. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like newspapers, website and proprietary databases.

Table of Contents
1. Analyst Briefing
2. Global Cold Chain Market Overview
2.1. Market Size
2.1.1. By Value
2.1.2. By Capacity
3. India Cold Chain Market
3.1. Market Size
3.1.1. By Value
3.1.2. By Volume
3.2. Market Share
3.2.1. By Company
3.2.2. By Segments
3.2.3. By Products
4. India Temperature Controlled Vehicles Market
4.1. Market Size & Forecast
4.1.1. By Value
4.2. Market Share
4.2.1. By Products
5. India Temperature Controlled Warehouses Market
5.1. Market Size & Forecast
5.1.1. By Value
5.1.2. By Volume
5.2. Market Share
5.2.1. State/Region
5.2.2. By Products
5.2.3. By Capacity
6. Demand and Supply Analysis
7. PEST Analysis – India Cold Chain Market
8. Market Trends and Developments
8.1. India Food Processing Market
8.2. Horticulture Sector
8.3. Organized Retail
8.4. Pharmaceutical Industry
9. Competitive Landscape
9.1. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
9.2. Leading Company Profiles
9.2.1. Snowman
9.2.2. MJ Logistics Services Limited
9.2.3. Radhakrishna Foodland Private Limited
9.2.4. Fresh and Healthy Enterprise Limited
9.2.5. ColdStar Logistics.
10. Strategic Recommendations

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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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Energy Harvesting and Related Energy Storage Devices: Worldwide Forecasts

Various Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage products and technologies are already providing sales opportunities across a range of applications. This comprehensive analysis provides decision makers with an insightful look into the current and future opportunities and threats available in the global markets for Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage devices. Topics include:

* Emerging Trends and Developments
* Recent Developments in Power Management ICs
* Standards and Regulations Update
* Assumptions and Methodology
* Energy Harvesting Applications Forecasts
* Energy Harvesting Technology Forecasts
* Energy Storage Forecasts by Storage Technology
* Energy Storage Applications Forecasts
* Selective Company Profiles

Executive Summary
Although Energy Harvesting and related Energy Storage devices are still considered an emerging technology, products are now available commercially, driven by developments in areas that are, themselves, emerging applications. In fact, the number of applications that can be powered by some form of energy harvesting technology is growing, and the wireless sensors nodes used in the respective applications: Industrial Process, Building Automation, Environmental Monitoring, etc. are becoming more efficient and are operating with less power.

According to our latest analysis, the Energy Harvesting market has been negatively impacted in the near-term by the general down-turn in the economy and particularly by the slow-down in the construction and building industry. Some sectors, such as building and home automation, have being affected more than others, especially with the decline in new housing starts and other commercial real estate issues. However, the ability of energy harvesting devices to deliver increasing amounts of energy has grown faster than anticipated and the energy needs, and costs of sensors and related electronics has dropped. As a result, the energy harvesting market should be well positioned for accelerated growth over the next several years.

Those developments are expected to make energy harvesting solutions more economically attractive, resulting in increased growth later in the forecast period, as energy markets recover. The Darnell Group has identified the potential market for Energy Harvesting wireless sensor nodes in eight specific application sectors. (The nodes are the focus of this forecast because they are the devices that require powering.) The applications are Building Automation, Home Automation, Automotive/Tire Pressure Sensors (TPMS), Environmental Monitoring, Medical, Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID), Industrial Process and Military/Aerospace. Each of these applications is expected to see slower growth in the early years, followed by much faster growth later in the forecast period.

The worldwide energy harvesting sensor node unit market is projected to grow from 42.5 million units in 2012 to 375.2 million units in 2017, at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 54.6%. Driven by substantial growth in all applications, especially Building Automation and RFID, the largest regional market over the forecast period will be North America, which will make up over 53.0% of the energy harvesting node unit market in 2012. Driven by growth in the large building automation sector and the strong influence of the alternative energy industry, the fastest growing unit market will be the European region, which is expected to increase at a CAGR of 61.3% over the forecast period.

Wireless energy harvesting sensors are also expected to provide an opportunity for building owners to contribute to the “Greening” of the environment. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, buildings consume 39% of the energy and 74% of the electricity produced annually in the United States. For building owners, the adoption of self-powered wireless sensors could mean not only reduced energy costs and tax incentives, but also improved tenancy rates and higher per-square-foot revenue as prospective commercial and residential tenants demand improved energy efficiency.

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Storage Market in India 2012

Rapid spurt in data generation amongst both the enterprise as well as the consumer segment coupled with the massive SMB population is primarily pushing the storage market in India. Moving side ways with the nation’s GDP growth, the trading and business activities across major industry verticals including BFSI, Manufacturing, Telecom, Government, IT/ITeS amongst others has seen a mammoth growth, which in turn is further propelling the market with a forward push.

The report begins with an introduction section, laying down the scope of the market covered in the report. It emphasizes on the various sub segments of the storage market and provides a comprehensive set of insights about the same as well.

Market overview section of the report talks about the Indian market as a whole and highlights crucial aspects of the market such as factors driving the market, major storage adopting verticals, business models followed by vendors in the market and the role played by channel partners within the market. The section features forecasted market figures (2011-2016e) and a split of the market with respect to the NAS, SAN and DAS in 2011. Storage peripheral overview gives an idea about the state of these devices in India and the competition prevailing in this segment. A separate section on the SMB market talks exclusively about the SMB market size, growth figures and market split with respect to NAS, DAS and SAN. Due to the work nature and business model followed by SMBs, the purchase preferences of SMB consumers differ with that of the enterprise segment consumers. The report houses a section wherein it explains the purchase preference of SMBs in details, thereby providing vendors with key strategic insights for the SMB segment.

Storage market trend is a brief section in the report which has been designed specifically to provide a comparative study of the market over the last two years from its current state. It clearly lists down the prime factors responsible for bringing about the change in the Indian storage market.

Storage architecture technology section provides a comprehensive study of the several storage architectures prevailing in the market. Architectures including Direct Attached Storage, Network Area Storage, Storage Area Network and Tape Drives have been profiled individually, wherein their working patterns, merits, demerits and their features have been represented graphically. Features considered for profiling includes the Price, Capacity, Maintenance, Usability and Features. For a better understanding, individual framework for the aforesaid architectures has also been provided in the section.

Types of storage section are basically a compilation of all the existing storage options that have managed to gain a significant traction in India. Storage types including ‘Storage as a Service, Storage Virtualization, Storage Consolidation, Object Based Storage and IP Based Storage, have been profiled explicitly. Definitions, work procedures, advantages and disadvantages of each storage type has been mentioned within the section.

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