Russia Acrylonitrile Industry, Total Plant Capacity, 2005-2019
Russia Acrylonitrile plant capacity in the year 2014 was 0.150 MMTPA. Russia Acrylonitrile plant capacity remained the same as 0.150 MMTPA from 2005 to 2014. It is expected to remain the same as 0.150 MMTPA until 2019. The only Acrylonitrile plant in Russia in 2014 is Saratovorgsintez Ltd. Saratov Acrylonitrile Plant. The only company in the region is Lukoil Oil Company. This company accounted for 100.0% of the Acrylonitrile capacity in Russia in 2014.
GlobalData’s new report, “Acrylonitrile Industry Outlook in Russia to 2019 – Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants“, provides in-depth coverage of Russia’s Acrylonitrile industry and presents major market trends. The report covers Russia’s Acrylonitrile plants and presents installed capacity by production process and technology. It also gives historical and forecast market size, demand and production forecasts, end-use demand details, price trends, trade balance data, and company shares of the country’s leading Acrylonitrile producers to provide comprehensive coverage of all parameters of the Acrylonitrile industry.
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Africa Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Overview of Oil and Gas Pipelines Data
“Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Africa to 2020 – Capacity and Capital Expenditure Forecasts with Details of All Operating and Planned Pipelines“ is a comprehensive report on major, trunk oil and gas pipelines industry in the Africa. The report provides pipeline details such as pipeline/pipeline system name, operator name, start year, start point, end point, status, length, capacity and diameter for all major, trunk crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines by country. The report also provides capital expenditure outlook by year and by key countries for planned oil and gas pipelines till 2020. The report also provides key country comparisons within Africa, based on contribution to total pipeline length. Planned or proposed (new build) pipeline projects, as announced by various companies, have also been included in this report. Further the report also offers recent developments as well as latest tenders and contracts at country level.
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Global Diesel Generator Market to Reach $17.6 Billion by 2020 – The global diesel generator market is set to grow from $14 billion in 2015 to $17.6 billion in 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate of 4.7%. China and the US are the two leading market of diesel generators in the world. In 2015, China held 22.1% share, while the US accounts for 17.7% share. By 2020 the combined market share of China and the US is expected to reach 40.9%. The following figure shows the trend and outlook of the global diesel generator market from 2010 to 2020.
“Diesel Generator Market, Update 2016 – Market Size, Competitive Landscape, Key Country Analysis and Forecasts to 2020” is the latest market analysis report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the power industry. The report gives detailed information on the current diesel generator market, focusing on key countries, as well as covering the global scenario. The report analyzes the revenues, share of the various capacity segments for the seven key countries in the market. The market shares for the key players in each country have been provided. The drivers and restraints of the global market as well as the specific countries are also provided.
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Respiratory assists devices facilitate breathing during respiratory failure and other respiratory disease conditions. They are one of the fastest growing devices in the medical devices industry.
Products under Development: Respiratory Assist Devices – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development
GlobalData’s Medical Devices sector report, “Respiratory Assist Devices – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016“ provides an overview of Respiratory Assist Devices currently in pipeline stage. The report provides comprehensive information on the pipeline products with comparative analysis of the products at various stages of development. The report reviews major players involved in the pipeline product development. It also provides information about clinical trials in progress, which includes trial phase, trial status, trial start and end dates, and, the number of trials for the key Respiratory Assist Devices pipeline products.
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Eli Lilly’s Cyramza to Become the Leader of the Overall Market – Although Roche’s Herceptin has been the best-selling brand in Gastric and Gastroesophageal Junction Adenocarcinoma (G/GEJAC) because of its status as a first-line standard of care, its growth over the forecast period will be limited by the small population of HER2-positive patients within the G/GEJAC market, as well as the launch of trastuzumab biosimilars. Eli Lilly’s anti-angiogenesis drug Cyramza, aims to expand its drug label to include first-line treatment for patients with HER2-negative, advanced G/GEJAC, which is a segment with huge unmet need. If Cyramza manages to show considerable clinical benefits in these first-line patients, GlobalData anticipates that it will be approved in 2018; upon its launch, Cyramza will become the first targeted therapy to enter this market segment, which has thus far only been occupied by generic chemotherapies. With a treatment duration that is expected to be longer in the first line of therapy, the uptake of Cyramza in this setting will further enhance the sales potential of this drug.
The figure below presents the gap analysis for the forecast period of companies in the G/GEJAC space.
GlobalData’s PharmaPoint: Gastric and Gastroesophageal Junction Adenocarcinoma – Global Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2024 report provides analysis of the global switchgear market, with annualized market data from 2006 and forecast to 2020, with a particular focus on the US, Canada, China, India, the UK, Italy and Saudi Arabia.
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Installed solar PV capacity grew from 5.7 Gigawatts (GW) in 2006 to an estimated 220.9 GW in 2015, at a CAGR of 50.1%, owing to increasing economies of scale and emerging technologies, as well as policy-based government and institutional industry support. The reduction or elimination of government support in some key countries has also had a negative effect. Nevertheless, the market will continue growing, registering a CAGR of 13.1% in the 2016–2025 period and reaching 756.1 GW, owing to capacity expansion in new countries.
China is the largest solar installation market in the world. Solar PV will play a significant role in China’s future energy supply, as the government looks to this resource to meet the growing energy demand. The central government, spurred on by growing environmental concerns, has planned many initiatives for rapid development of the domestic PV market. For example, China has implemented a Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme for utility scale and incentives for roof-top PV, while the National Energy Agency has been promoting off-grid solar installations.
GlobalData’s Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Market, Update 2016 – Global Market Size, Market Share, Average Price, Regulations and Key Country Analysis to 2025 latest report provides analysis of the global solar photovoltaic (PV) sector, in the 10 major markets of China, India, Japan, the US, Canada, Chile, Germany, the UK, France, and South Africa. It includes detailed historic and forecast statistics for cumulative and annual solar PV capacity and annual electricity generation from 2006 to 2025, globally, regionally, and for each of the key countries.
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The US, Canada and Russia had the largest Dry Storage Markets in 2015
The US and Canada were market leaders for dry storage casks in 2015, with 167 and 216 casks supplied, respectively. The US and Canada had a 62% share of the total number of casks supplied globally. Russia was third with 52 casks, accounting for around 8.4% of casks supplied globally, while other countries held a 19.6% combined share. Germany and Japan held 6% and 3.9% of the market share, respectively. Some of other key countries, such as Spain, China, South Korea and Belgium, held a market share of 2-5%.
The American region generated the largest amount of demand for dry casks for spent nuclear fuel between 2010 and 2015. Demand is expected to further increase during the forecast period 2016 to 2020, as more reactors are expected to come online. The second-largest amount of demand for dry casks was registered in Europe, and the market in this region is expected to register substantial growth during the forecast period.Asia-Pacific has observed significant growth in its nuclear power-generating capacity since 2010 and has scope for the dry storage cask market in the forecast period.
GlobalData’s latest report “Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Storage Casks, Update 2016 – Global Market Size, Market Volume, Market Share and Key Country Analysis to 2020” provides detailed information on the use of dry casks for the storage of SNF, and provides an in-depth analysis of the global and regional markets, as well as the individual markets of 12 major countries. The report analyzes the annual market size, volume of dry storage cask additions, and market share of the key manufacturers that supply dry storage casks.
The report includes:
- An in-depth analysis of the SNF dry storage cask market of the global and regional markets including 12 major countries such as the US, Canada, Germany, Russia, Spain, the UK, Belgium, Ukraine, China, India, Japan, and South Korea.
- Covering market size for the period from 2010 to 2020 of SNF dry storage casks market.
- Market share of players/leading players for SNF dry storage casks market in 2015.
- It discusses the key drivers and restraints impacting the SNF dry storage casks market at global and country level.
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In the global LNG market, North America leads with the highest planned liquefaction capacity over the next four years while Asia will add the highest planned regasification capacity. Among countries, US and Canada will have the highest number of planned liquefaction terminals across the world. Canada and US will also lead the world in terms of capital expenditure spending on new build liquefaction terminals. On the regasification front, India and China will lead the world both in terms of regasification capacity additions and capital spending.
Australia is another country that will considerably add liquefaction capacity by 2020, through both conventional and unconventional projects. In Asia, the growing demand for natural gas in countries such as India, China and Japan is expected to drive regasification capacity growth. India and China are expected to spend the highest capital expenditure in the world to bring their planned regasification terminals online.
GlobalData’s latest report H1 2016 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for LNG Terminals – Asia Leads in Planned Regasification Projects Announcements provides historical LNG liquefaction and regasification capacities data from 2010 to 2015, with forecasts up to 2020. The report gives an annual breakdown of capital expenditure spending on LNG liquefaction and regasification projects for the period 2016 to 2020. The report also includes planned LNG liquefaction and regasification capacity additions and capital expenditure spending by key countries and companies across the world along with details of planned, stalled and cancelled LNG liquefaction and regasification projects in the world up to 2020.
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The hype cycle for software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) has been long and steady. SDN separates control plane (network management) from data plane (traffic handling), allowing dynamic bandwidth, provisioned with quality of service levels. NFV replaces hardware with software apps able to operate in a compute environment, eliminating specialty WAN equipment and associated costs. The world’s major network providers are trialing these technologies heavily to understand their benefits, both for themselves and for their business customers. They also seek to understand how, if they are not first-in, competitors with disruptive business models might try to use these emerging technologies against them.
Implications of SDN in the access network
Several operators have launched commercial services that allow dynamic bandwidth in the metro, supporting adjustable virtual circuits.
- The end goal for a fully software-driven and virtualized network is clear: A dynamic, on-demand global fabric where each application can order, set up and tear down services, performance and features as they are needed through automated API function calls. But the correct steps from the current state to this future end state are anything but clear.
- It may seem that operators based in Asia and North America have pioneered SDN/NFV, and that European operators (with notable exceptions such as Colt and Deutsche Telekom) are not as advanced. When it comes to customer-facing commercial service launches, this is partly true. But large operators realize the risks of misplaced technology bets and single vendor lock-in. A growing number use SDN/NFV internally; they are also exploring and trialing the technologies externally, to see what benefits they can bring to customers.
- SDN’s on-demand bandwidth is capturing business from companies with seasonal variations, or with temporary needs. Many large enterprise IT departments however underscore the skills gap: they are not yet ready to embrace a fully dynamic, virtualized future.
- New SDN/NFV technologies need real-time monitoring and management control that includes dynamic portal presentation to let customers reconfigure services as well as real-time updated billing information.
- Besides SDN/NFV technologies, competitors should also keep a watchful eye on software defined WAN (SD-WAN) technologies, an adjacent category of services that is usually an intelligent overlay that threatens to commoditize underlying network resources.
Pyramid Research’s SDN/NFV technologies: Innovative use cases and operator strategies provides insights around the functional areas where network operators are clustering with software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) technologies – SDN in the access network, SDN in the core network, NFV centralized in the cloud, and NFV in distributed virtual CPE (vCPE). The report covers network provider motivations for each category of service, notes some of the network providers active in each space, and lists what related competitive areas and/or services might be threats to the business model. The report looks at case studies in each category: Level 3 SDN access, Telstra SDN in the core network, CenturyLink centralized NFV and Masergy vCPE. NTT Com and AT&T are among other iconic early adopters of SDN/NFV; all of these competitors are active in more than one of the four SDN/NFV categories we define.
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How to differentiate Marketing between Ageing Consumers and Other Audiences in Food markets shows marketers how they can target the emerging opportunities among an important, under-targeted, and misunderstood consumer group: older consumers. The proportion of consumers aged 55+ will continue to grow over the next decade as the trend for rising life expectancy and declining birth rates continue.
For consumers, the implications of the growing proportion of older consumers include increasing pension age, greater contributions towards national medical insurance, as well as increased pressure on younger members of families, especially in developing economies, to take care of their elders. Meanwhile, aging consumers are a growing consumer group with strong purchasing power, which means retailers, marketers, and manufacturers should understand their motivations to successfully cater to them.
- Senior consumers are often considered as being overly concentrated on health, however, it is a far less important motivator than price, superior taste and convenience.
- Consumption motivators among those aged 55 and over are similar to other adult groups. Disruptive NPD based solely on age will fail to connect with an older audience.
- The older generation does not see their age as a burden and don’t want to be seen as fragile. They want inclusive products, as opposed to specifically targeting their age.
- When the older generation does have age-aligned health problems, they seek products that are aimed at the condition rather than age bracket.
- The demand for food products providing “in-speriences”, experiences at home, will grow, as it not only saves the effort of going out, but also offers better value for money, which is important for this group.
- Culture and traditions define consumption patterns, especially for the older generation; rather than trying to change them, manufacturers and retailers should launch products that fit into consumers current lifestyles.
Canadean’s ‘How to Differentiate Marketing between Ageing Consumers and Other Audiences in Food Markets‘ report, helps you to understand the motivations of the older generations and how to target them. This will help food manufacturers and retailers to launch products that are successful among this crucial target audience. This includes a wider understanding of the role factors, such as convenience, indulgence and health, play and how packaging design and positioning can play a role in meeting these needs.. It also shows how culture and traditions influence consumers’ preferences and priorities.
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Published: March 2015
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