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5.2 Economic Analysis of Coal Power Decommissioning
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7.6 Pöyry Plc.
7.7 Quantum Murray LLP
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Table 4.22 List of Polish Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Type of Fue...
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Table 7.5 Mott MacDonald Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenue...
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List of Figures
Figure 2.1 Total Carbon Emissions (Million Metric Tonnes) and per Capita Carbo...
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Figure 4.24 Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
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Companies Mentioned in This Report
Abhijeet Power Ltd.
ACB India Limited
Aclagro NV
Adani Powe...
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Centrenergo
Chattisgarh SEB
Cherepovetskaya TPP
Cherry Demolition, Inc
Cheyenne Light, Fuel & ...
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Durr Heavy Construction LLC
E.On France
E.On Kraftwerke GmbH
E.On UK
EDF Kogeneracja SA
EDF Po...
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Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd. (GSEG)
Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL)
Haryana P...
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Kuzbassenergo OJSC Territorial Energy Company (TGK-12)
Kyushu Electric Power Company Inc.
Lanc...
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Novocherkasskaya TPP
Novosibirskenergo OJSC
NRG Energy
NRG Gladstone
NTPC Tamilnadu Energy Com...
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R. Baker and Son All Industrial Services
Raj West Power Ltd. (RWPL)
Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utp...
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TGK-12 Kuzbassenergo
Thomson Metal & Disposal
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)
Torrent Power
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Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
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6.1 TRC Companies Inc.
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  1. 1. www.visiongain.com Contents 1. Executive Summary 1.1 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Overview 1.2 Benefits of This Report 1.3 Who is This Report For? 1.4 Methodology 1.5 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 1.6 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecasts 2013-2023 2. Introduction to the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2.1 Coal Power Decommissioning Market Definition 2.2 Largest Carbon Emitter Nations 3. Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 3.1 Drivers & Restraints in the Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market 3.2 Drivers 3.2.1 High Costs of Carbon Capture and Storage 3.2.2 Is Gas Cheap Enough to Replace Coal in Power Stations? 3.2.3 Gas Fired Power Stations Are Less Polluting & Safer Than Coal 3.2.4 New Generation of Coal Power Plants are less Polluting and More Efficient 3.2.5 Public Opposition to Pollution 3.3 Restraints 3.3.1 Coal is An Irreplaceable Source of Primary Fuel 3.3.2 For How Long Will the Price of Coal Remain Low? 3.3.3 Do Coal Power Stations Provide Enough Jobs? 3.3.4 Unregulated Markets and Uninhibited Greenhouse Gas Emissions 3.3.5 Coal-to-Biomass Combustion Conversion of Power Stations 4. Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Forecast 2013-2023 4.1 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Share Forecast 2013-2023 4.2 Barriers to Entry Analysis of the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.3 The US Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.3.1 Drivers & Restraints in the US Coal Power Decommissioning Market
  2. 2. www.visiongain.com Contents 4.3.2 Announced US Coal Power Decommissioning Programmes 4.4 The UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.4.1 UK Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Programmes 4.4.2 Drivers & Restraints in the UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.5 The Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.5.1 Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Programmes 4.5.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.6 The German Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.6.1 German Coal Power Decommissioning Programmes 4.6.2 Drivers & Restraints in the German Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.7 The Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.7.1 Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Programmes 4.7.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.8 The Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.8.1 Canadian Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Programmes 4.8.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.9 The Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.9.1 Polish Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Programmes 4.9.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.10 The South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.10.1 South African Coal Power Decommissioning Programmes 4.10.2 Drivers & Restraints in the South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11 The Rest of the World Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 4.11.1 The French Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11.2 The Japanese Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11.3 The South Korean Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11.4 The Chinese Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11.5 The Indian Coal Power Decommissioning Market 4.11.6 The Ukrainian Coal Power Decommissioning Market 5. PEST Analysis of the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013- 2023 5.1 Political Analysis of Coal Power Decommissioning 5.1.1 Foregone Jobs in the Coal Power Industry 5.1.2 Increase in Coal Exports from the US
  3. 3. www.visiongain.com Contents 5.2 Economic Analysis of Coal Power Decommissioning 5.2.1 Coal Power Decommissioning Reduces CO2 Emissions 5.2.2 Coal is the Most Affordable Fuel of Choice for Thermal Power Plants 5.3 Social Analysis of Coal Power Decommissioning 5.3.1 Lack of Globally Accepted Regulations on Coal Power Plant Greenhouse Gas Emissions 5.3.2 Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) & Carbon Tax 5.4 Technological Analysis of Coal Power Decommissioning 5.4.1 Conversion to Biomass Technologies 5.4.2 Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) and Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Technologies 6. Expert Opinion 6.1 TRC Companies Inc. 6.1.1 TRC’s Projects in the Coal Power Industry 6.1.2 Technical Challenges in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 6.1.3 Drivers in the Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Market 6.1.4 Restraints in the Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Market 6.1.5 Factors leading to Coal Power Plant Decommissioning 6.1.6 Cost of Coal Power Plant Decommissioning 6.1.7 Global Spending in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 6.2 Veolia Environment Services 6.2.1 Veolia Environment Services in the Decommissioning Market 6.2.2 Technical Challenges in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 6.2.3 What Drives the Coal Power Decommissioning Market? 6.2.4 Restraints in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 6.2.5 Largest National Spenders on Coal Power Decommissioning 6.2.6 Cost of Coal Power Decommissioning 6.2.7 Annual Spending on Coal Power Decommissioning 6.2.8 How Long Does Coal Power Decommissioning Projects Take to be Completed? 7. 7. Leading Companies in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 7.1 AECOM Overview 7.2 AF Decom AS 7.3 D.H. Griffin Wrecking 7.4 Keltbray Ltd.
  4. 4. www.visiongain.com Contents 7.5 Mott MacDonald 7.6 Pöyry Plc. 7.7 Quantum Murray LLP 7.8 Silverdell Environmental Group 7.9 TRC Companies Inc. 7.10 Veolia Environmental Services 7.11 Other Leading Companies in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 8. Conclusions 8.1 The Coal Power Decommissioning Market Outlook 8.2 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 8.3 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecasts 2013-2023 10. Glossary
  5. 5. www.visiongain.com Contents List of Tables Table 1.1 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR%) Table 1.2 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR%) Table 2.1 Percentage of Coal Power Providing the Electricity Grid in South Africa, Poland, China, Australia, Kazakhstan, India & US (%) Table 3.1 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 3.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.1 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Table 4.2 US Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.3 Drivers & Restraints in the US Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.4 UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.5 List of UK Coal Power Plants (Location, Operator, Station Name, Most Recent Refurbishment, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential/Actual Decommissioning Year) Table 4.6 Drivers & Restraints in the UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.7 Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.8 List of Russian Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.9 Drivers & Restraints in the Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.10 German Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.11 List of German Coal Power Plants Older than 40 Years (Plant Name, Plant Owner, State, Town, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began) Table 4.12 List of German Coal Power Plants Less than 40 Years of Age (Plant Name, Plant Owner, State, Town, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential Year of Decommissioning) Table 4.13 Drivers & Restraints in the German Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.14 Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.15 List of Australian Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.16 Drivers & Restraints in Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Table 4.17 Australian Coal Power Stations Funded to Reduce Carbon Emissions (Name of Plant, State, Company, Capacity (MW), Annual CO2 Emissions (Million Tonnes) and 2011/2012 Funding ($m) Table 4.18 Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.19 List of Canadian Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.20 Drivers & Restraints in Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.21 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
  6. 6. www.visiongain.com Contents Table 4.22 List of Polish Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Type of Fuel, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.23 Drivers & Restraints in the Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.24 South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.25 List of South African Coal Power Plants (Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.26 Drivers & Restraints in the South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.27 The Rest of the World Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Table 4.28 List of French Coal Power Plants (Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Date of Planned Decommissioning, Plan of Action) Table 4.29 Drivers & Restraints in the Japanese Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.30 List of Japanese Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.31 Drivers & Restraints in the South Korean Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.32 List of South Korean Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.33 Drivers & Restraints in the Chinese Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.34 Drivers & Restraints in the Indian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.35 List of Indian Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 4.36 Drivers & Restraints in the Ukrainian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Table 4.37 List of Ukrainian Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Year Last Additional Capacity Built, Potential Decommissioning Year) Table 5.1 PEST Analysis of the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 Table 5.2 Carbon Emission Trading Schemes (Country, Planned Start Up Year) and Carbon Tax ($/Tonne of CO2 equivalent & Geographical Scope) Table 7.1 AECOM Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.2 AF Decom AS Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.3 D.H. Griffin Wrecking Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.4 Keltbray Ltd. Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker)
  7. 7. www.visiongain.com Contents Table 7.5 Mott MacDonald Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.6 Pöyry Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.7 Quantum Murray LLP Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters) Table 7.8 Silverdell Environmental Group Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.9 TRC Companies Inc. Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.10 Veolia Environmental Services Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Table 7.11 Other Leading Companies in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013 (Company, Type of Services & Operating Domain (Country)) Table 8.1 Global Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %) Table 8.2 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR%)
  8. 8. www.visiongain.com Contents List of Figures Figure 2.1 Total Carbon Emissions (Million Metric Tonnes) and per Capita Carbon Emissions (Tonnes/Capita) in 20 Largest Polluter Nations, 2010 Figure 3.1 Global Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 3.2 National Coal Power Capacities to Be Decommissioned 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 3.3 Total Global Coal Power Stations by Size of Plant & Age (MW & %) Figure 3.4 Planned Coal Power Capacity Proposed, Early Development, Advanced Development, Under Construction & Retirement in European Union 2012-2020 (MW) Figure 3.5 Total Emissions from Subcritical, Supercritical & Ultra-supercritical Coal Power Plants (kgCO2/MWh) Figure 3.6 Total World Consumption of Energy by Source 2012 (Million Tonnes of Coal Equivalent) Figure 3.7 Coal Prices in US, Japan, Asia & North West Europe ($/Tonne) Figure 3.8 Percentage of Power Produced from Coal in China, Australia, India, US & Germany 2010 (%) Figure 4.1 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($m) Figure 4.2 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Share Forecast 2013 (%) Figure 4.3 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Share Forecast 2018 (%) Figure 4.4 Leading National Coal Power Decommissioning Markets Share Forecast 2023 (%) Figure 4.5 Barriers to Entry vs. National Market Size & CAGR% 2013-2023 ($m, CAGR%) Figure 4.6 US Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.7 US Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.8 US Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning & Conversion to Gas/Biomass 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.9 US Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.10 US Planned Coal Fired Power Plant Retirement 2012-2016 By Geographical Region (Map) Figure 4.11 US Coal Power Stations in Operation by Age and Capacity Factor (%) Figure 4.12 UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.13 UK Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.14 UK Electricity Generation by Fuel Source 1996-2011 (MWh) Figure 4.15 Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.16 Russian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.17 Russian Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning 2012-2023 (MW) Figure 4.18 Russian Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.19 Russian Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe) Figure 4.20 German Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.21 German Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.22 German Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Decommissioning 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.23 German Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW)
  9. 9. www.visiongain.com Contents Figure 4.24 Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.25 Australian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.26 Australian Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.27 Australian Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.28 Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.29 Canadian Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.30 Canadian Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.31 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.32 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.33 Polish Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.34 Polish Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.35 South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.36 South African Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.37 South African Forecast Capacity of Coal Power Station Decommissioning 2012-2023 (GW) Figure 4.38 South African Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.39 South African Primary Energy Consumption 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 4.40 The Rest of the World Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%) Figure 4.41 The Rest of the World Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Figure 4.42 French Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 4.43 Japanese Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.44 Japanese Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 4.45 South Korean Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type Figure 4.46 Chinese Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.47 Chinese Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 4.48 Indian Coal Power Stations’ Age Profile, by Technology Type (MW) Figure 4.49 Indian Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 4.50 Ukrainian Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Source 2012 (Mtoe & %) Figure 5.1 US Net Exports of Coal 2006-2012 (Thousand Short Tonnes) Figure 7.1 AECOM’s Outline of Decommissioning Project Figure 7.2 Mott MacDonald Regional Gross Revenue 2012 ($m) & Operating Profit/Loss 2012 ($m) Figure 7.3 Pöyry Revenues by Business Segment 2012 (%) Figure 7.4 Silverdell Environmental Group Earning Outlook According to Orders as of 2012 ($m) Figure 7.5 TRC's Gross Revenue by Business Segment as of June 30th 2012 ($m & %) Figure 7.6 Veolia Environmental Services Revenues By Business Segment ($m & %) Figure 8.1 Regional Coal Power Consumption 1996-2012 (Million Tonnes of Coal)
  10. 10. www.visiongain.com Contents Companies Mentioned in This Report Abhijeet Power Ltd. ACB India Limited Aclagro NV Adani Power Ltd. Adani Power Maharashtra Ltd AECOM AF Decom AS AF Gruppen AGL & Loy Yang Power Management Alberta Power Ltd. (ATCO) Alcoa Aldwych Kelvin Operations Alinta Energy Aman Environmental Construction Inc. American Electric Power (AEP) Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation (APGENCO) Appalachian Power Aravali Power Company Private Limited (APCPL) B.Trinkl GmbH Babcock and Wilcox Beelen Sloopwerken B.V. Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd. (BALCO) Bierlein Companies Inc Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB) Black Hills Corporation Bodo Freimuth GmbH Bokaro Power Supply Company Ltd. BOT Elektrownia Turow SA BP Brandenburg Industrial Services Brown & Mason Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC) Ltd. Calpine Corporation Cambria Contracting Inc. Cardem Demolition
  11. 11. www.visiongain.com Contents Centrenergo Chattisgarh SEB Cherepovetskaya TPP Cherry Demolition, Inc Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power China Shenhua Energy Company Limited (CSEC) Chugoku Electric Power Co Ltd. Cleveland Wrecking Company CLP Power India Pvt. Ltd. Coastal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL) Coleman & Company Con Edison CPS Energy CRA Europe Cross Environmental Services CS Energy Cuddy Group D. H. Griffin Wrecking Dalkia Łódź SA Dalkia Poznan Zec Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) DDM Demontage B.V. Delta Electricity Demolition Services Ltd. Dniproenergo Dominion Resources Dominion Virginia Power Doosan Keltbray Consortium (DKC) Doosan Power Systems Dore & Associates Contracting, Inc. Drax Group Plc Drax Power Ltd DSM Demolition Group DTE Energy Duke Energy Durgapur Projects Limited
  12. 12. www.visiongain.com Contents Durr Heavy Construction LLC E.On France E.On Kraftwerke GmbH E.On UK EDF Kogeneracja SA EDF Polska Krakow EDS EDS Group Holdings Limited Eggborough Power Ltd Electric Power Development Corporation (J-Power) Électricité de France (EDF) Elektrociepłownia Białystok S.A. Elektrociepłownie Wybrzeże S.A. Elektrownia Kozienice SA Elektrownia Polaniec SA Elektrownia Rybnik SA Elektrownia Skawina SA Enea Enel OGK-5 Energa Elektrownie Ostrołęka SA Energy Brix Australia Corporation EnergyAustralia EPCOR Eraring Energy Erith Group Ltd. Eskom Essar Energy Eurovia FirstEnergy Corporation Flinders Power GDF SUEZ Australian Energy Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Veltheim GmbH GenOn Energy Inc. Griffin Energy Grosskraftwerk Mannheim Aktiengesellschaft (GKM) AG Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd. (GIPCL)
  13. 13. www.visiongain.com Contents Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd. (GSEG) Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL) Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) Hatch Mott MacDonald Hokkaido Electric Power Co. Ltd (HEPCO) Hokuriku Electric Power Company Hydro Québec Indiana Michigan Power Indraprastha Power Generation Co. Ltd. (IPGCL) InterGen International Power Australia IPR-GDF SUEZ Hazelwood Irkutsk Power Generation and Distribution Company (Irkutskenergo) OAO J Power Jharkhand SEB Jindal Power Limited John F Hunt JSC Far East Generating Company JSC Omskenergo TGK-11 JSC Omskenergo TGK-12 JSC Territorial Generating Company 14 (TGC-14 ) JSC Tomskenergo TGK-11 JSC Yenisei Territorial Generating Company (TGK-13) JSW Energy Ltd. Kansai Electric Power Company Karnataka Power Corporation Limited (KPCL) Keltbray Ltd. Korea East-West Power Corporation Korea Midland Power Co. (KOMIPO) Korea South East Power Co., Ltd. Korea Southern Power Co., Ltd. (KOSPO) Korea Western Power Co., Ltd. Korean South-East Power Co (KOSEP) KpH Environmental Services Ltd. KSK Energy Kuzbassenergo OAO / TGK-12
  14. 14. www.visiongain.com Contents Kuzbassenergo OJSC Territorial Energy Company (TGK-12) Kyushu Electric Power Company Inc. Lanco Amarkantak Power Pvt. Ltd Lanco Anpara Power Ltd. LG&E and Kentucky Utility (LG&E and KU) Loy Yang Power Management LVI Services Inc. Macquarie Generation Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Co. Ltd (MPPGCL) Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (MPGENCO) Maharashtra State Electricity Generation Company (Mahagenco) Maithon Power Limited (MPL) Manafort Brothers Inc. Manitoba Hydro Electric Energy Mark-E AG Max Wild GmbH McGee Ltd. McMahon Services Milner Power Inc. Minnesota Power Moscow United Electric Grid Company Mosenergo OAO Mott MacDonald Murray Demolition Nabha Power Limited (NPL) NASDI, LLC. National Grid National Lignite Corporation India National Power National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) National Wrecking Company Nevada Power Company New Brunswick Power Corporation Neyveli Lignite Corp. Ltd. (NLC) North American Dismantling Corporation Nova Scotia Power Inc.
  15. 15. www.visiongain.com Contents Novocherkasskaya TPP Novosibirskenergo OJSC NRG Energy NRG Gladstone NTPC Tamilnadu Energy Company Ltd (NTECL) NTPC-SAIL Power Company Private Limited (NSPCL) Odissa Power Generation Corporation (OPGC) OJSC Donbasenergo OJSC Far Eastern Generating Company (Yakutskenergo) OJSC Fortum (TGK-10) OJSC TGK-2 OJSC TGK-9 OJSC Volga Territorial Generating Company TGK-7 OJSC Zakhidenergo (Zapadenergo) Okinawa Electric Power Company (OEPC) Ontario Power Generation O'Rourke Wrecking Company Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Penhall International Corporation Pennsylvania Power & Light PGE Elektrownia Bełchatów S.A. PGE Zespol Elektrowni Dolna Odra SA PKE Elektrownia Jaworzno III PKE Elektrownia Laziska PKE Elektrownia Siersza SA Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) PowerGen Pöyry Plc. Prangenberg & Zaum GmbH Priestly Demolition Inc. Progress Energy Progress Energy Carolinas Public Service Company of Oklahoma Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) Quantum Environment Quantum Murray LLP
  16. 16. www.visiongain.com Contents R. Baker and Son All Industrial Services Raj West Power Ltd. (RWPL) Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (RRVUNL) Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. RATCH-Australia Corporation Redbank Energy Redhills Robinette Demolition Inc. Rosa Power Supply Company Limited RWE npower RWE Power AG SaskPower International Sasol SCANA Corporation Scottish and Southern Energy ScottishPower Shikoku Electric Power Co. Inc Silverdell Environment Group Silverdell Plc. Simhapuri Energy Private Limited (SEPL) South Carolina Electric & Gas Company Squibb Group Ltd. Stanwell Corporation ST-CMS Electric Company India Ltd. STEAG GmbH Sterlite Energy Ltd StW Flensburg STX Energy Sunbury Generation swb Erzeugung GmbH Tamil Nadu Electricity Board Tata Iron and Steel Co. (TISCO) Tata Power Co. Ltd. Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Limited (TVNL) Territorial Generation Company TGK-2 Territorial Generation Company TGK-3
  17. 17. www.visiongain.com Contents TGK-12 Kuzbassenergo Thomson Metal & Disposal Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) Torrent Power Total E&P UK Toyama Kyodo Jikahatsuden Power Company TransAlta Corporation Transfield Worley Power Services TRC Companies Inc TRUEnergy Tuckamore Capital Management Inc. TVF Altwert GmbH Udupi Power Corporation Ltd. Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam (UPRVUNL) Vattenfall Vattenfall Heat Poland SA Veolia Environmental Services Verve Energy Vinci Group Vostokenergo LLC VS Lignite Power Company VW Kraftwerk GmbH West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) Wisconsin Power & Light Worsley Alumina Zes Elek Patnow-Adamow-Konin (ZE PAK) Zespol Elektrowni Patnow-Adamow-Konin
  18. 18. www.visiongain.com Contents Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Australian Coal Association Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy China Coal Transport and Distribution Association (CCTD) China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) Congressional Research Services (CRS) Co-operative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC) Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (Australia) Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) (UK) Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Information Administration (EIA) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) European Association of Coal & Lignite (Euracoal) European Union (EU) Global Energy Observatory Health & Safety Executive (HSE) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) International Energy Agency (IEA) London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Ministry of Knowledge Economy (South Korea) National Energy Board (Canada) National Energy Technology Laboratory (US) Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) University of Leeds World Bank World Coal Association
  19. 19. Page 92www.visiongain.com The Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 4.9 The Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013- 2023 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2013-23 $m 50 51 52 52 53 53 53 52 50 47 45 43 550 AGR (%) 1.5 1.7 1.5 1.0 0.5 -0.5 -2.4 -4.1 -4.6 -5.0 -4.5 2018-23 -4.1 -1.7 0.8CAGR (%) 2013-18 CAGR (%) 2013-23 2013 2018 2023 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 AGR(%) $m Year Market Value AGR (%) 5.5% 4.8% 6.0% Source: Visiongain 2013 Table 4.21 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative) Source: Visiongain 2013 Figure 4.32 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share) Source: Visiongain 2013 Figure 4.31 Polish Coal Power Decommissioning Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
  20. 20. Page 93www.visiongain.com The Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 As Table 4.22 and Figure 4.33 show, Poland is expected to decommission around 5.8GW of its coal power over 2013-2018 and another 5.8GW over the second half of the forecast period. Annual spending on decommissioning is expected to rise from $51m in 2013 to $53m in 2018 with a CAGR of 0.8% over 2013-2018. Over the second half of the forecast period this spending will fall to $43m in 2023, with a CAGR of -4.1% over 2018-2023. The cumulative sum of spending on coal power decommissioning is expected to be $550m over 2013-2023, with a CAGR of -1.7% over that period. 4.9.1 Polish Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Programmes Table 4.22 provide details of operating coal power stations in Poland and their expected year of decommissioning, assuming a 45 year life span. Location Operator of Power Plant Name Of Power Plant Type of Fuel Capacity (MW) Year Operation Began Potential Decommissioning Year Warszawa-Żerań Vattenfall Heat Poland SA Żerań Heat Power Station Coal, Biomass 350 1952 In Near Future Warszawa- Siekierki Vattenfall Heat Poland SA Siekierki Heat Power Station Coal 622 1961 In Near Future Skawina Elektrownia Skawina SA Skawina Power Station Coal 490 1961 In Near Future Bogatynia Bot Elektrownia Turow SA Turów Power Station Lignite 2,106 1962 In Near Future Konin Zes Elek Patnow- Adamow-Konin Pątnów Power Station Lignite 1,674 1967 In Near Future Będzin PKE Łagisza Power Station Coal, Biomass 1,060 1967 In Near Future Łódź Dalkia Łódź SA Łódź Heat Power Station EC3 Coal 205 1968 2013 Trzebinia Pke Elektrownia Siersza Sa Siersza Power Plant Coal 666 1970 2015 Gdańsk Elektrociepłownie Wybrzeże Gdańsk Heat Power Station Coal 217 1970 2015 Łaziska Górne PKE Elektrownia Laziska Łaziska Power Station Coal 1,155 1972 2017 Table 4.22 List of Polish Coal Power Plants (Location, Plant Operator, Plant Name, Type of Fuel, Capacity (MW), Year Operation Began, Potential Decommissioning Year)
  21. 21. Page 133www.visiongain.com The Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 6. Expert Opinion ____ 6.1 TRC Companies Inc. TRC Companies Inc. is an environment engineering and consultancy company, headquartered in Massachusetts, US. Edward Malley is the Vice President of TRC and manages exit strategies for retirement, retrofit and replacement of aging power generation facilities. Visiongain interviewed Edward Malley in June 2013 and would like to thank him for his comments. 6.1.1 TRC’s Projects in the Coal Power Industry Visiongain: What are the major projects or developments in which TRC is involved? Edward Malley: TRC has, or is in the process of, decommissioning fifteen generating stations in the US for Con Edison, National Grid, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and other utilities. These plants are located in New York, California, Texas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and West Virginia. These markets started with oil fired plants on the east and west coasts and have progressed to the coal belt. 6.1.2 Technical Challenges in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market Visiongain: Are there any technical challenges involved in decommissioning coal power plants? Edward Malley: Health and safety of workers and the public must be the first priority. Technical issues include weakened and corroded structures, energized systems, asbestos and hazardous materials, and rigging of heavy equipment from higher elevations. Dust and vibration may affect nearby transmission systems. 6.1.3 Drivers in the Coal Power Plant Decommissioning Market Visiongain: What are the drivers or advantages (socially, politically, economically, technologically or regulatory) for decommissioning of coal-fired power plants? Edward Malley: Many plant closures are driven by economics because natural gas prices are low and modern gas turbine plants have more efficient heat rates than steam turbine technology. Environmental regulatory drivers include air regulations (1 hour national ambient air quality standards for SO2 and NOx), water regulations (impingement and entrainment and effluent limit
  22. 22. Page 138www.visiongain.com The Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 7. Leading Companies in the Coal Power Decommissioning Market 7.1 AECOM Overview Company Website www.aecom.com Number of Employees 45,000 Headquarters Los Angles, California, US 2012 Revenues ($m) $8,218m Stock Market Ticker Index ACM AECOM is present in 140 countries, on six continents. The company offers two types of services (a) professional technical services and (b) management support services for the following business segments; architecture, building engineering, design & planning, design build, economics, energy, environment, government, oil & gas, program, cost, consultancy, programme management, transportation and water. For over 40 years, AECOM has been providing environmental and engineering services to the power industry. The company has been involved in 75 power related projects. The decommissioning projects involve preparation of an Environmental Control Plan, which addresses changes during the demolition of a power plant. Other services include pre-demolition assessments which allows for proactive planning of soil management. The company is not only involved in decommissioning, but also retrofitting of power plants to meet environmental standards. One of the contracts that the company was offered was a $275m project for design, procurement, installation and start-up of environmental controls to improve air emission at NRG Energy’s coal burning power plants, located near New York. This involves installation of filters and additional equipment for abatement of particulate matter, sulphur dioxide, mercury, and nitrogen oxide emissions. The contract involved work on two power stations, namely Huntley Generating Station in 2008 and Dunkirk Generating Station work that was carried out in 2009. Table 7.1 AECOM Overview (Company Website, Number of Employees, Headquarters, Revenues 2012 ($m) & Stock Market Ticker) Source: AECOM

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