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  • Global Market for Catalyst RegenerationThis BCC Research study focuses on the catalyst regeneration business. Global valuedemand for catalysts (both fresh and regenerated) will grow 7.9% yearly from the currentvalue of $11.5 billion to $16.9 billion through 2010. This is based on increased production ofend-use products and a shift toward higher-value catalyst materials. Polymerizationcatalysts will grow the fastest while chemical synthesis catalysts will surpass petroleumrefining types as the largest segment.This report study analyzes the world regenerated catalyst business. It presents historicaldemand data for 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005, and forecasts to 2010 according to catalystmanagement service, product and application (e.g., fluid cracking, hydroprocessing,alkylation, reforming and organic synthesis, oxidation, synthesis gas, hydrogenation,automotive exhaust and flue/waste treatment); also by market sector, material, site,technology and by world region, respectively. The study also quantifies the various optionsfor managing spent catalysts.The study examines the market environment, details industry structure and market share,and profiles leading industry competitors including Eurecat, Tricat, SCR-Tech, CRI, W.R.Grace, Akzo Nobel, Johnson Matthey, Engelhard, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP, ChevronTexaco,Degussa, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Sasol, Eni Technologies and Haldor Topsoe. It assessesthe role of catalyst regeneration as a key input for the production of high-quality, cleantransportation fuels and environmental clean-up of dangerous pollutants.SCOPE OF STUDYThis report covers: Regenerated catalyst use in processing of crude oil (including non-conventional sources such as tar sands and heavy oil reservoirs), chemical/petrochemical synthesis, automotive exhaust gas treatment, and flue gas/waste treatment, An extensive overview of the U.S. and global catalyst regeneration markets, The global market for catalyst regeneration, with data forecasted through 2010, The top companies in the catalyst regeneration business, A detailed patent analysis.METHODOLOGY INFORMATION SOURCESThe findings and conclusions of this report are based on information gathered from a cross-section of catalyst developers, manufacturers, distributors, end users and other informedsources. Interview data were combined with information gathered through an extensivereview of secondary sources such as trade publications, trade associations, companyliterature and on-line databases to produce the baseline market estimates contained in thisreport.With 2005 as a baseline, projections for each market segment were developed for 2005through 2010. They are based on a combination of a consensus among the primarycontacts, combined with BCC Research’s understanding of the key market drivers and theirimpact from a historical and analytical perspective. The analytical methodologies used togenerate market estimates are based on a detailed projection of world economy and trade.All dollar projections presented in this report are in 2004 constant dollars.
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALSEdward Gobina is a full U.K. Professor of Chemical and Process Engineering and has morethan 20 years’ research and teaching experience in environmental engineering,petrochemical reaction engineering and catalytic membrane technology.He has been published extensively, with more than 100 relevant publications ininternational scientific journals. Gobina is the author of four major patents on membrane-related technologies and 16 previous BCC Research reports covering the entire chemicalenergy infrastructure chain from gas sensors and monitoring instruments to advancedexploration and downhole technology and hydrogen infrastructure.Professor Gobina is a member of the European Membrane Society (EMS), the NorthAmerican Membrane Society (NAMS) and the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS). He isthe current director of the Centre for Process Integration and Membrane Technology(CPIMT) in the School of Engineering and the Built Environment at Robert Gordon University(Aberdeen, Scotland).Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION – ComplimentarySTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREPORT HIGHLIGHTSREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYCONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND FOR WHOMSCOPE AND FORMATMETHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCESANALYST’S CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC RESEARCH EFFORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable 0 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY SITETECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Figure 0 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY SITETECHNOLOGY, 2002-2010Chapter- 3: OVERVIEWINTRODUCTIONOVERVIEW OF REGENERATED CATALYST USEOVERVIEW OF FRESH AND REGENERATED CATALYSTS COSTSOVERVIEW OF SPENT CATALYST USE OPTIONIMPORTANCE OF SPENT CATALYST REGENERATION AND MANAGEMENT SERVICESOVERVIEW OF THE REGENERATED CATALYST CHARATERISTICS AND PROPERTIESOVERVIEW OF COMMERCIAL REGENERATION TECHNOLOGIESOVERVIEW OF SPENT CATALYST EVALUATIONIMPORTANT ECONOMIC INDICATIONS FOR WORLD TRADEOVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATESOVERVIEW OF THE METAL MARKETPLATINUM GROUP METALSOVERVIEW OF INORGANIC CHEMICAL COSTSRARE EARTHS AND MAGNESIUM COMPOUNDS AND CHEMICALS
  • OVERVIEW OF SPENT CATALYST COMPOSITIONSOVERVIEW OF CATALYST ACTIVITY DETERIORATION AND REGENERABILITYOVERVIEW OF THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CATALYST PHYSICAL PROPERTIESOVERVIEW OF THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF CATALYST ACTIVITY DETERIORATIONCATALYST REGENERATION: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGESOVERVIEW OF FUEL SULFUR LIMITS IN SELECTED COUNTRIESOVERVIEW OF REGENERATED CATALYST DEMAND BY MARKET SEGMENTOVERVIEW OF REGENERATED CATALYST USE PRODUCT MATRIXHISTORY OF THE CATALYST REGENERATION BUSINESSSOME IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS FOR THE CATALYST REGENERATION BUSINESSTHE FUTURETable 27 : OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BYREGION, THROUGH 2005Chapter- 4: REGULATORY ISSUESINTRODUCTIONCLEAN AIR INTERSTATE RULE (CAIR)CLEAN AIR AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1990OXYGENATED GASOLINE PROGRAM/REFORMULATED GASOLINE PROGRAMDIESEL FUEL REGULATIONSRESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT (CERCLA: 42 U.S.C. S/S 6901 ET SEQ. –1976)CATALYST RECLAMATION AND DISPOSALTHE JEFFORDS AMENDMENTCLEAN NONROAD DIESEL RULECLEAR SKIES ACT OF 2003CLEAN WATER ACTEUROPEAN LEGISLATION COVERING SPENT CATALYSTSEPA REVISES LIST OF MAJOR SOURCE CATEGORIESTHE ENERGY POLICY ACT OF 2005Chapter- 5: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE RATESINTRODUCTIONLABORATORY SPENT CATALYST REGENERATIONPHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF REGENERATED CATALYSTSCONTRIBUTORY FACTORS IN ACTIVITY REGAIN AFTER REGENERATIONCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SPENT CATALYSTS IN COMPARISON TO OTHER RAWMATERIALSUSING SPENT CATALYSTS AS RAW MATERIALS TO PRODUCE OTHER VALUABLE PRODUCTSCHALLENGES FACING THE CATALYST REGENERATION INDUSTRYSPENT CATALYST METAL REFINERS’ ISSUESREGENERATION/METAL RECOVERY/DISPOSAL ECONOMICSA CHANGING CATALYST INDUSTRY AND MARKETS IN TRANSITIONCOMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE WITH REGENERATED CATALYST PERFORMANCEREGENERATED CATALYST INDUSTRY CONCENTRATED STRUCTUREMARKET DIFFERENTIATION/SEGMENTATIONCOMPETITIVE RATES ROR THE CATALYST REGENERATION INDUSTRYMERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, DIVESTITURES AND ALLIANCESGLOBAL DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY REGION
  • MAJOR TRENDS IMPACTING THE CATALYST REGENERATION BUSINESSCOMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORSCATALYST REGENERATION INDUSTRY MARKET DRIVERS AND THREATSMARKET LEADERS IN CATALYST REGENERATION INSTRUMENTATION AND SOFTWARECOMPONENTSINSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL COMPONENTS (FLOW METERS, FLOW COMPUTERS,FLOW INDICATORS, ANALYZERS, DETECTORS, SENSORS AND VALVES)COMPANY RESULTSChapter- 6: COST REDUCTION AND CATALYST REGENERATION MANAGEMENTSTRATEGYINTRODUCTIONBUSINESS CASE: CATALYST REGENERATIONDEMAND BY TYPE OF CATALYST REGENERATION MANAGEMENT ACTIVITYDEMAND BY CATALYST REGENERATION TYPETable 78 : GLOBAL MAKRET FORECAST DEMAND FOR SPENT CATALYSTREGENERATION TYPE, THROUGH 2010Chapter- 7: DEMAND BY PRODUCTINTRODUCTIONDEMAND BY PRODUCTChapter- 8: DEMAND BY APPLICATIONINTRODUCTIONTable 83 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY SECTOR,THROUGH 2010Chapter- 9: TECHNOLOGYINTRODUCTIONCATALYST MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGYSPENT CATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGYSPENT AND REGENERATED CATALYST EVALUATION AND CHARACTERIZATIONTECHNOLOGYDEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY CONTAMINATION AND POISON TYPEDEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATIONREACTION AND REACTORDEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY SITE/METHOD TECHNOLOGYDEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY MATERIAL TECHNOLOGYDEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY DEPLOYMENT TECHNOLOGYTECHNOECONOMICS OF SPENT CATALYST REGENERATIONCATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGY HEALTH AND SAFETY ASPECTSCATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTCATALYST REGENERATION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND IMPORTANT APPROACHESCATALYST REGENERATION PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONSNEW TECHNOLOGIESINVESTMENT BY A MAJOR CATALYST REGENERATION COMPANYPATENT EVALUATION AND MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN CATALYST RESEARCH ANDDEVELOPMENTS ALONG THE S-CURVERESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LEADERS
  • Chapter- 10: COMPANY PROFILESSPENT CATALYST REGENERATION, RECYCLING AND REACTOR MANAGEMENTWASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES AND PRODUCTSFLOW METERS, FLOW COMPUTERS AND FLOW INDICATORSCATALYST REGENERATION INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL COMPONENTSPOWER GENERATORSList of TablesSummary Table : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY SITETECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 1 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYSTS, THROUGH 2010Table 2 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS AS A PERCENTAGEOF TOTAL CATALYST DEMAND, THROUGH 2010Table 3 : COST OF FRESH AND REGENERATED CATALYSTSTable 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR COST OF SPENT CATALYST USE BY OPTION,THROUGH 2010Table 5 : OVERVIEW OF SERVICES VALUE IN CATALYST MANAGEMENT ACTIVITYTable 6 : OVERVIEW OF REGENERATED CATALYST CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPERTIESTable 7 : PREBURNING IMPROVES SAMPLING ACCURACYTable 8 : TYPICAL CATALYST DATA REPORTTable 9 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST OVERVIEW OF REGENERATED CATALYST DEMAND BYECONOMIC SECTOR, THROUGH 2010Table 10 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY FUEL TYPE,THROUGH 2010Table 11 : OVERVIEW OF WORLD KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS, 2002-2010Table 12 : OVERVIEW OF WORLDWIDE GDP AND GDP GROWTHTable 13 : OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATES, THROUGH 2005Table 14 : OVERVIEW OF NICKEL AND STEEL METAL PRICESTable 15 : ALUMINUM, COBALT, COPPER, ZINC, TIN, CHROMIUM AND MOLYBDENUM METALPRICE FORECASTS*, THROUGH 2005Table 16 : PLATINUM GROUP METAL PRICE FORECASTS, THROUGH 2005Table 17 : OPERATING COST INDEX FOR HF AND H2SO4, THROUGH 2005Table 18 : COST OF RARE EARTHS AND MAGNESIUM, THROUGH 2005Table 19 : COMPARISON OF SPENT CATALYSTS FROM VARIOUS SOURCESTable 20 : SIGNIFICANCE OF CATALYST PHYSICAL PROPERTIESTable 21 : OVERVIEW OF THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF CATALYST ACTIVITY DETERIORATIONTable 22 : CATALYST REGENATION: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGESTable 23 : SULFUR LIMITS IN SELECT COUNTRIESTable 24 : THE EVOLUTION OF AUTO EMISSION STANDARDS IN THE U.S.Table 25 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR REGENERATED CATALYST REGION/MARKET BYSEGMENT, THROUGH 2010Table 26 : SECTOR/PRODUCT MATRIXTable 27 : OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY REGION,THROUGH 2005Table 28 : CHARACTERISTICS OF FRESH, SPENT AND REGENERATED CATALYSTSTable 29 : CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (WT %) OF SPENT CATALYST AND OTHER RAWMATERIALS
  • Table 30 : COMPOSITION OF SPENT NICKEL CATALYSTS USED IN HYDROGENATION OFEDIBLE FATS AND OILSTable 31 : COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CUBES PREPARED FROM SYNTHETICAND NATURAL AGGREGATESTable 32 : TYPICAL PILOT PLANT TEST SUMMARYTable 33 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR SPENT CATALYST REGENERATION/METALRECOVERY/DISPOSAL ECONOMICS, THROUGH 2010Table 34 : REGENERATED CATALYST RESALE ECONOMICSTable 35 : A CHANGING CATALYST INDUSTRY MARKET STRUCTURETable 36 : SUPPLIER OFFERINGS (2005)Table 37 : CATALYST OPERATING CONDITIONSTable 38 : LABORATORY TEST RESULTSTable 39 : SUMMARY OF SCOPE OF WORKTable 40 : TEST CONDITIONS FOR REGENERATED SCR CATALYSTTable 41 : PRODUCT PERFORMANCE OBTAINEDTable 42 : CATALYST REGENERATION INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION BYCOMPANY/APPLICATION SECTOR, 2005Table 43 : MARKET LEADERSHIP BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2005Table 44 : COMPANY CATALYST REGENERATION SEGMENTATION BY SERVICE, 2005Table 45 : JOHNSON MATTHEY REFINING CATALYST RESIDUE AND METAL MANAGEMENTSERVICESTable 46 : MOST FREQUENTLY REQUESTED TOTAL CATALYST MANAGEMENT SERVICESTable 47 : CATALYST REGENERATION SEGMENTATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2005Table 48 : COMPETITIVE RATES FOR THE CATALYST REGENERATION INDUSTRYTable 49 : CORPORATE MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONSTable 50 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST OF DEMAND FOR CATALYTS REGENERATION BYREGION, THROUGH 2010Table 51 : NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FORECAST FOR THE REGENERATED CATALYSTMARKET BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2010Table 52 : EUROPEAN MARKET FORECAST FOR DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BYUSE, THROUGH 2010Table 53 : ASIAN MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY USE,THROUGH 2010Table 54 : R-O-W MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY USE,THROUGH 2010Table 55 : REST-OF-WORLD MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTSBY TYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 56 : GLOBAL CASH OPERATING MARGINS IN CRUDE OIL REFINING, 2005Table 57 : TRENDS IN CRUDE OIL REFINING MARGINSTable 58 : TRENDS IN CRUDE OIL QUALITY PROCESSED IN U.S. REFINERIES, THROUGH2001Table 59 : GLOBAL REFINERY CAPACITY TRENDSTable 60 : CATALYST REGENERATION TRENDS, THROUGH 2000Table 61 : TRENDS IN AVERAGE ANNUAL PRICES1 OF SELECTED METALS, 1994-2001Table 62 : SPENT AUTOCATALYST METAL RECOVERY TRENDSTable 63 : GLOBAL POWER PLANT MARKET SHARE TRENDS BY REGION*Table 64 : GLOBAL POWER PLANT MARKET SHARE TRENDS BY FACILITY TYPE*Table 65 : CATALYST COMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEY PERFORMANCEINDICATORS, 2005
  • Table 66 : PETROLEUM REFINING COMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEYPERFORMANCE INDICATORS, 2005Table 67 : CHEMICAL AND POLYMERIZATION COMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEYPERFORMANCE INDICATORS, 2005Table 68 : POWER GENERATION COMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEYPERFORMANCE INDICATORS, 2005Table 69 : AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY MARKET CAPITALIZATION AND KEY PERFORMANCEINDICATORS, 2005Table 70 : ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL COMMERCIAL UNITSTable 71 : CONSTRUCTION OF ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL REFINERIESTable 72 : MARKET LEADERS IN INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL COMPONENTS, 2004Table 73 : MARKET LEADERS IN SOFTWARE COMPONENTS FOR CATALYST REGENERATION,2004Table 74 : COMPANY RESULTSTable 75 : COST COMPARISON: REGENERATION VS. BUYING NEW CATALYSTTable 76 : WAYS TO MEASURE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY AND POTENTIALTable 77 : DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION MANAGEMENT BY SERVICETable 78 : GLOBAL MAKRET FORECAST DEMAND FOR SPENT CATALYST REGENERATIONTYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 79 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR STANDARD CATALYSTREGENERATION BY OPERATION, THROUGH 2010Table 80 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR TURNAROUND CATALYSTREGENERATION BY OPERATION, THROUGH 2010Table 81 : DEMAND FOR PRERECLAMATION CATALYST REGENERATION BY OPERATION.THROUGH 2010Table 82 : GLOBAL FORECAST OF DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY PRODUCT,THROUGH 2010Table 83 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY SECTOR,THROUGH 2010Table 84 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALTIC REFINERY PROCESSING CAPACITY,THROUGH 2010Table 85 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION IN CRUDEOIL REFINING BY PROCESS, THROUGH 2010Table 86 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYTIC HYDROTREATING DEMAND FORREGENERATED CATALYSTS BY DEPLOYMENT, THROUGH 2010Table 87 : CONVENTIONAL AND IMPROVED HYDROTREATING AND HYDROPROCESSINGCATALYSTS FOR DIESEL PRODUCTIONTable 88 : FCC DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BY DEPLOYMENT, THROUGH 2010Table 89 : CONVENTIONAL AND IMPROVED FCC CATALYSTS FOR GASOLINE PRODUCTIONTable 90 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYTIC REFORMING DEMAND FORREGENERATED CATALYSTS, THROUGH 2010Table 91 : CONVENTIONAL AND IMPROVED REFORMING CATALYSTS FOR GASOLINEPRODUCTIONTable 92 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYTIC HYDROCRACKING DEMAND FORREGENERATED CATALYSTS BY DEPLOYMENT, THROUGH 2010Table 93 : CONVENTIONAL AND IMPROVED HYDROCRACKING CATALYSTS FOR RESIDUECONVERSION AND LOW-SULFUR FUEL OIL PRODUCTIONTable 94 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BYALKYLATION AND ISOMERIZATION, THROUGH 2010
  • Table 95 : CONVENTIONAL AND IMPROVED ALKYLATION AND ISOMERIZATION CATALYSTSFOR GASOLINE PRODUCTIONTable 96 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATION CATALYSTS BYCHEMICAL, THROUGH 2010Table 97 : EXAMPLES OF CATALYTIC HYDROGENATIONS IN CHEMICALS ANDPETROCHEMICALS USING BASE AND PRECIOUS METAL CATALYSTSTable 98 : GLOBLA MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATION CATALYSTS BYCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS TYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 99 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATION CATALYSTS BYPOLYMERIZATION TYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 100 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR SPENT AUTOCATALYSTPRERECLAMATION REGENERATION BY METAL TYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 101 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR FLUE GAS AND WASTE CATALYSTSUPPLY BY PROCESS, THROUGH 2010Table 102 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR REGENERATED CATALYST MANAGEMENT BYACTIVITY COST, THROUGH 2010Table 103 : TYPICAL CATALYST MANAGEMENTTable 104 : SCR CATALYST MANAGEMENTTable 105 : MEASURES TO LIMIT COKE FORMATION IN VARIOUS REACTOR TYPESTable 106 : CHARACTERIZATION OF SPENT EBZ-500 AS RECEIVED AND AFTERLABORATORY REGENERATIONTable 107 : MASS BALANCE OF THE COMMERCIAL REGENERATION OF A TWO-BEDREACTOR OF EBZ-500 CATALYST UNLOADED FROM A EUROPEAN UNITTable 108 : ANALYSIS OF SPENT, LABORATORY AND INDUSTRIALLY REGENERATEDCATALYSTTable 109 : PERFORMANCE OF FRESH AND REGENERATED EBZ-500 CATALYST IN THECOMMERCIAL UNITTable 110 : EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE FOR H2-CHEMISORPTION MEASUREMENTSTable 111 : COMPARISON OF TEST GAS MIXTURE FOR ACTIVITY MEASUREMENTSTable 112 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY DEACTIVATIONTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 113 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY TYPEOF COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATION REACTION, THROUGH 2010Table 114 : COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATION GAS-PHASEREACTIONS/REACTORSTable 115 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION IN GAS-PHASE REACTION BY COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATION REACTORS, THROUGH2010Table 116 : COMMERCIAL SPENT-CATALYST GENERATION GAS-LIQUID REACTIONS ANDREACTORSTable 117 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION IN GAS-LIQUID REACTION BY COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATION REACTORS, THROUGH2010Table 118 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR CATALYST REGENERATION INLIQUID-LIQUID REACTION BY COMMERCIAL SPENT CATALYST GENERATION REACTORS,THROUGH 2010Table 119 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION DEMAND BY SITETECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 120 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR OFF-SITE CATALYST REGENERATION
  • BY PROCESS TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 121 : ON-SITE CATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGYTable 122 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR ON-SITE SPENT CATALYSTREGENERATION BY PROCESS TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 123 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYST BYMATERIAL TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 124 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST DEMAND FOR REGENERATED CATALYSTS BYDEPLOYMENT TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2010Table 125 : GLOBAL MARKET SHARE FOR CATALYST REPLACEMENT COST ESTIMATE, 2002-2010Table 126 : GLOBAL MARKET SHARE FOR CATALYST REGENERATION COST ESTIMATE,2002-2010Table 127 : MODEL CALCULATION VALUESTable 128 : OPERATING COSTSTable 129 : SELECTED SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS PRODUCTSTable 130 : TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTTable 131 : PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND IMPORTANT APPROACHESTable 132 : PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONSTable 133 : FEEDSTOCK EFFECTSTable 134 : INVESTMENTS MADE BY MAJOR CATALYST REGENERATION COMPANIES,THROUGH 2005Table 135 : PATENTS BY MAJOR R&D CATALYST COMPANYTable 136 : RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SPENDING BY COMPANY, THROUGH 2005List of FiguresSummary Figure : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR CATALYST REGENERATION BY SITETECHNOLOGY, 2002-2010Summary Figure : BET equationFigure 1 : ROTO-LOUVRE CATALYST REGENERATION TECHNOLOGYFigure 2 : MOVING-BELT OVEN EX SITU CATALYST REGENERATION PROCESSFigure 3 : SCR REGENERATION STRATEGIESFigure 4 : SCR-TECH CATALYST REGENERATION DEVELOPMENT, 1996-2004Figure 5 : SCR-TECH REGENERATION EXPERIENCEFigure 6 : RHENIUM METAL PRICESFigure 7 : AGEING-INDUCED STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES IN AUTOMOTIVEEXHAUST CATALYSTFigure 8 : QUARTELY FOREIGN GROSS REFINING MARGINS, 2002-2005Figure 9 : STRUCTURE AND SUPPLY CHAIN OF THE CATALYST REGENERATION BUSINESSFigure 10 : TYPICAL LABORATORY SPENT CATALYST REGENERATION/REJUVENATIONPROCESS FLOW DIAGRAMFigure 11 : COMPARISON OF SPENT AND REGENERATED CATALYST PERFORMANCEFigure 12 : ACTIVITY (K) IN COMPARISON TO FACTORY NEW ACTIVITY (K0) BEFORE ANDAFTER REGENERATION (SAMPLES)Figure 13 : EFFECT OF FIRING TEMPERATURES ON METALS LEACHING FROM SYNTHETICAGGREGATE MATERIALSFigure 14 : EFFECT OF FIRING TEMPERATURES ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OFSYNTHETIC AGGREGATE MATERIALSFigure 15 : CHALLENGES FACING KEY PLAYERS IN THE CATALYST REGENERATIONBUSINESS CHAIN
  • Figure 16 : PERFORMANCE OF REGENERATED KF 757 VS. FRESH KF 757: CUSTOMER AFigure 17 : PERFORMANCE OF REGENERATED KF 757 VS. FRESH AND REGENERATED KF756: CUSTOMER BFigure 18 : PERFORMANCE OF REGENERATED KF 757 VS FRESH KF 757 AND REGENERATEDKF 756: CUSTOMER CFigure 19 : PERFORMANCE OF REGENERATED KF 757 VS FRESH KF 757: CUSTOMER DFigure 20 : HISTORY OF BHK ACTIVITY IN SCR CATALYST REGENERATIONFigure 21 : REGENERATION SCHEDULEFigure 22 : SCR-TECH CATALYST REGENERATION MANAGEMENT SERVICESFigure 23 : THE PRECIOUS METAL LOOPFigure 24 : COMPLETED CATALYST MANAGEMENT PROJECTS, 1998-2003Figure 25 : THE TRICAT XPRESS REGENERATION PROCESSFigure 26 : EURECAT ROTOLOUVRE REGENERATION TECHNOLOGYFigure 27 : MOVING-BELT CATALYST REGENERATION PROCESSFigure 28 : AN EFFCIENT DEIONIZED WATER-BASED, CLOSED-LOOP SYSTEM FOR REMOVALOF SOLUBLE CATALYST POISONS AND SURFACE-BINDING LAYERS WHILE CATALYSTMODULES REMAIN IN THE SCR REACTORFigure 29 : JOHNSON MATTHEY AQUACAT PROCESS FOR RECOVERY OF PRECIOUS METALCATALYSTSFigure 30 : BABCOCK HITACHI K.K. REGENERATION PROCESSFigure 31 : WORLD TRENDS IN NOMINAL CRUDE OIL PRICES, 1970-2005Figure 32 : BETTER THAN NEWFigure 33 : COMPARED TO NEW CATALYST, REGENERATED CATALYST CONVERTS LESSSULFUR DIOXIDE (SO2) TO SULFURE TRIOXIDE (SO3)Figure 34 : AN OPTIMIZED CATALYST MANAGEMENT PROCESS TAKES INTO ACCOUNTMORE VARIABLES THAN MIGHT BE EXPECTEDFigure 35 : STEPS IN CATALYST MANAGEMENT INVOLVING THE OPTIMIZATION OF A WIDERANGE OF PARAMETERSFigure 36 : CATALYST MANAGEMENT PLAN SHOWING PARAMETERSFigure 37 : MULTIPOINT AUTOMATED SAMPLING SYSTEM (MASS) USED FOR AMMONIAINJECTION GRID TURNINGFigure 38 : DRY CLEANING USING VACUUMING/AIR LANCING CAN REPLACE CATALYSTFOULING DUE TO BUILDUP OF LARGE PARTICLE ASH AND ASH FINESFigure 39 : ASH REMOVALFigure 40 : VACUUMINGFigure 41 : WASHING WITH A CLEANING SOLUTIONFigure 42 : BUBBLING AND AERATION UNDER PRESSUREFigure 43 : AKZO NOBEL CATALYST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESFigure 44 : EURECAT CATALYST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESFigure 45 : TYPICAL SCR CATALYST MANAGEMENT PLANFigure 46 : SCHEMATIC OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FROM SPENT CATALYSTSFigure 47 : NORMAL ADD AND REPLACE SEQUENCEFigure 48 : ATALYST REGENERATION SEQUENCEFigure 49 : EXPERIMENTAL SETUPS FOR NO-TPD MEASUREMENTS IN A VACUUMFigure 50 : X-RAY DIFFRACTOMETER SCHEMATICFigure 51 : XPS MACHINE SCHEMATICFigure 52 : X-RAY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETER SCHEMATICFigure 53 : EXPERIMENTAL SETUPS FOR ACTIVITY MEASUREMENTSFigure 54 : DEACTIVATION MECHANISMS: A) COKE FORMATION, B) POISONING, C)
  • SINTERING OF ACTIVE METAL PARTICLES AND D) SINTERING AND SOLID-SOLID PHASETRANSITIONS OF THE WASHCOAT AND ENCAPSULATION OF ACTIVE METAL PARTICLESFigure 55 : CATALYST REGENEATION SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEM OF RAPIDLYDEACTIVATING CATALYSTS IN COMMERCIAL REACTOR SYSTEMSFigure 56 : CONCEPTURAL DSRP INTEGRATED WITH HOT COAL GAS DESULFURIZATIONFigure 57 : MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN CATALYST RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENTS ALONGTHE S-CURVEFigure 58 : DIESEL OXIDATION FILTERLatest Market Research Reports: Markets for Advanced Wound Care Technologies Wireless Sensors: Technologies and Global Markets Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets Portable Battery Powered Products: Global Markets Sample Preparation in Genomics, Proteomics, and Epigenomics: Global Markets Embedded Systems: Technologies and MarketsAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr. Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: + 1 888 391 5441E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit Our Market Research Reports Blog