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Bharat Book Presents"Global Markets for Gasifiers" provides An exploration of the global markets for gasifiers.

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  • Bharat Book Bureau www.bharatbook.com One-Stop Shop for Business Information Global Markets for Gasifiers
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com This report provides: •An exploration of the global markets for gasifiers. •Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011 and 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017. •A breakdown of the types of gasifier technologies, including fixed-bed, fluidized-bed, entrained-flow, and plasma. •Examinations of feedstocks, such as fossil fuel (coal, petcoke, and residuals), wood, forestry products, waste and waste wood, seed hulls, nut shells, organic refuse, and others (oil palm plantation waste, corn cobs and stover, coconut husks).
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com •Examination of government support mechanisms, climate change policy impacts, and market expansion constraints, such as emissions, component costs, natural gas and shale gas prices, and land requirements for feedstocks. REPORT SCOPE INTRODUCTION Gasification is a centuries–old thermochemical energy conversion technology that has slowly achieved modernity over the decades. The technology is undergoing its third evolutionary surge. Fuel shortages in WWII spurred widespread adoption for vehicle fuels. The oil crisis 1973 spurred a re–evaluation and renewed development. Rising oil prices, globally increasing fuel demand, and overwhelming scientific evidence of climate change have spurred this last leg to full industrialization.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com The central concept of gasification is that by raising carbon–rich materials to high temperatures in an oxygen–deficient containment, the material will break down thermochemically instead of burning. If the same material is combusted (burned), it emits carbon monoxide and a host of pollutants, besides being incompletely consumed. If gasified, the products are hydrogen (H2), carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). This is synthetic gas, simply called “syngas.” It can be burned, captured, stored, or its molecules rearranged to form fuels and chemical feedstocks. The process is moderately more efficient than incineration, has significantly fewer emissions and waste, and the syngas can be shaped into a myriad of products for power production, chemical industries, liquid fuels, and heat.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com WHY JUST THE GASIFIER? Gasifier technology is actually a group of technologies that has emerged commercially in a number of applications and is being evolved for others. For several decades, gas and oil refiners, chemicals companies, remote–from–grid communities, and techno–hobbyists have been advancing the design and functional performance of gasifiers. As oil prices have risen and the specter of carbon emissions regulations draws nearer, the intensity of interest in gasifiers has grown apace. From a 5,000 ft. altitude view, an industrial scale gasifier plant appears remarkably similar to an integrated circuit. There are connecting pipelines (circuits) everywhere, and various specialized devices (subprocessors) to provide input and take the output of the central processor, the gasifier, and do something with the syngas.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com THE MOST SIGNIFICANT GASIFIER MARKETS This study of the markets for gasifiers recognizes that the various market segments involve different operational characteristics, economics and feedstocks. The financing arrangements for gasification systems are different among municipal, utility, industrial, gas and oil, and low–level economies. Gasification provides a venue to power generation using carbon fuels without exposing project developers to risk from environmental and health concerns. Gasification also empowers users to utilize high carbon, low value fuels (e.g., lignite, sub–bituminous coals, peat) and derive electricity, industrial chemicals, clean fuels, synthetic transportation fuels, and inert re–usable waste.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES This report was written to characterize and quantify the world markets for gasifiers in terms of gasifier technologies, unit counts, regions, feedstocks and end product application. Gasifier technologies have been evolving for well over a century, but only recently emerged as either at or near being economically and technologically viable as a short–list choice for the production of syngas and chemical feedstocks on an industrial scale and energy sources for a variety of smaller regional, municipal, village and commercial or residential sectors. A very limited number of opportunities also exist where gasifiers are a de facto choice for syngas production.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY Gasifiers can be regarded as a new/old technology. Their functioning principles have been known – and applied commercially since the 19th century. Before the electric light, gasification supplied town gas for lighting city streets. SCOPE OF REPORT This report identifies, characterizes, describes, and forecasts world markets for gasifiers on global and regional bases. Attention is given to national/state incentives, international agreements, regulatory regimes, and political policies that foster, hinder or neglect (whether benignly or otherwise) the implementation of gasifiers.
  • P: +91-22-27810772/73| E: info@bharatbook.com 1. INTRODUCTION 2. SUMMARY 3. OVERVIEW 4. GASIFIER TECHNOLOGIES 5. GASIFIER APPLICATIONS 6. WORLD GASIFIER MARKET DRIVERS 7. GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENTS IMPACTING GASIFIER MARKETS 8. FINANCIAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE VARIOUS GASIFIER MARKETS SEGMENTS 9. WORLD GASIFIERS MARKETS FORECASTS 10. REGIONAL GASIFIER MARKETS
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