Market Research Report
Global Markets for Natural Gas-Fired Electricity Generation--Focus on Asia-Pacific
|Published by||BCC Research||Product code||243852|
|Published||Content info||128 Pages
|Global Markets for Natural Gas-Fired Electricity Generation--Focus on Asia-Pacific|
|Published: May 31, 2012||Content info: 128 Pages||
The global market for natural gas - fired electricity generation is expected to reach nearly $34.0 billion in 2012 and is forecast to grow to $41.2 billion by 2017 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.9%.
The Asia-Pacific market was $14.5 billion in 2011 and is expected to expand to $15.7 billion in 2012 and then to $20.7 billion in 2017, a CAGR of 5.7% between 2012 and 2017.
Japan leads the Asia-Pacific region with a consumption level of 91 million tonnes of natural gas for electricity generation in 2011. Japan is expected to grow to 113 million tonnes in 2012 and 125 million tonnes in 2017, a CAGR of 2.0%.
GLOBAL MARKET FOR NATURAL GAS - FIRED ELECTRICITY GENERATION BY REGION, 2010-2017
Source: BCC Research
This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the market for natural gas - fired electricity generation on a global basis. Its aim is to provide a range of information, from detailed regional analyses to overall industry trends, in order to quantify and forecast markets for electricity generation. Various types of electricity generation are forecast on a global basis. Forecasts and trends are predicted based on a cross-reference of data points gleaned from government, industry, and other data sources to arrive at a cogent and coordinated forecast.
The global market for natural gas - fired electricity generation is large and growing at a relatively high rate. The market is also extremely complicated in terms of technology, policies and regulations, and economics. This report measures and analyzes different geographic and technology markets in order to help readers identify the regions and technologies where they can find the most promising opportunities.
The report also seeks to address changing market dynamics in the industry, emerging geographies, and types of technologies that are forecast to grow in each region. This study also provides insight into the market structure in each region. Such insight helps companies to identify global markets that are ripe for opportunity and those where entry or competition will be particularly difficult.
This report presents an analysis of current and historical installed capacity of electricity generation in key regions in the world. The analysis is organized by technology type, and data are presented for 2010, 2011, and 2012, with forecasts to 2017.
This report also presents forecasts for the size and growth of the electricity generation market in each country and region of the world. The report includes an analysis of the major industry structure of each market by geography. This analysis includes the levels of privatization versus public ownership of the electricity generation industry in a given market. It also covers the ways in which the markets function and the level of competition present. Relevant regulatory organizations, controls, and issues are also discussed.
Important government policies are presented as they relate to electricity generation and the industry in each country and region. The projected effects of these policies on the forecasts for electricity generation in each country and region are discussed. International agreements and regional cooperation are important to the electricity generating industries of many countries in the world, and these aspects are also discussed where they are relevant.
Industry trends in each technology market are presented. The discussion of industry trends supplements the market forecasts by giving the reader of sense of what drives each forecast. The study also provides a competitive analysis of the major firms involved in electricity generation around the globe. The firms that are analyzed include the major companies that are active in the major markets covered in the report. These companies include independent power producers, electric utilities with generation businesses for their own consumption or for sale on the wholesale market, and integrated utility companies that have a strong presence in the electricity generation industry.
Market figures are based on total installed capital cost of generation and are projected at 2012 dollar value. Inflation is not computed into the projection figures.
Stephanie Denarie earned a bachelor's degree in environmental studies from Brown University and has completed coursework in corporate finance at the University of California at Berkeley and San Francisco State University.
Ms. Denarie has intensive experience in energy transmission modeling and financial management, and has consulted for groups as diverse as Optimum Energy, LLC, the states of Utah and California, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and Black & Veatch Corp.. Stephanie has developed several economic models and software tools to forecast price and economic competitiveness for energy projects, most especially for local renewable energy resources in diverse renewable energy markets.