Thermal Power in the US, Market Outlook to 2020, 2012 Update - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies

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Thermal Power in the US, Market Outlook to 2020, 2012 Update - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies

  1. 1. Thermal Power in the US, Market Outlook to 2020, 2012 Update- Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, CompaniesReport Details:Published:July 2012No. of Pages: 122Price: Single User License – US$2500Thermal Power in the US, Market Outlook to 2020, 2012 Update - Capacity, Generation,Regulations, Power Plants, CompaniesSummaryThis report gives a view of the country’s thermal energy market and provides forecasts to 2020.This report includes information on thermal (coal, oil and gas) installed capacity and generation. Itprovides information on key trends, profiles of major industry participants, information on majorpower plants and analysis of important deals. This along with detailed information on theregulatory framework and key policies governing the industry, provides a comprehensiveunderstanding of the market for thermal power in the country. This report is built using data andinformation sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-houseanalysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.Scope- Brief introduction to the overall power and thermal energy market in the country, highlighting thefuel types – coal, oil and gas- Data provided historically from 2000 to 2011, forecast to 2020- Data on installed capacity and power generation- List of major companies and deal analysisReasons to buy- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in the countrys thermal energy market.- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry’s growth potential.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/190213-thermal-power-in-the-us-market-outlook-to-2020-2012-update-capacity-generation-regulations-power-plants-companies.html
  2. 2. Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 21.1 List of Tables 71.2 List of Figures 82 Executive Summary 92.1 The US Thermal Power Installed Capacity Expected to Decline in Future 92.2 Thermal Power Domination to be Replaced by Renewable Energy 102.3 The Global Thermal Power Market Scenario - Robust Growth to Continue 113 Introduction 123.1 Thermal Power Markets: Technology Types 123.1.1 Coal Fired Power Plants 123.1.2 Gas Fired Power Plants 133.1.3 Oil Fired Power Plants 133.1.4 Co-Firing Power Plant 133.1.5 Supercritical and Ultra-supercritical Generation 144 Global Thermal Power Market Scenario: 2000-2020 154.1 Global Thermal Power Market, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2000-2020 155 The US Power Market Scenario 175.1 Overview 175.2 The US Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity and Generation by Fuel Type, MW,2000-2020 176 The US Thermal Power Market, 2000-2020 226.1 The US Thermal Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity and PowerGeneration, 2000-2020 227 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Top Power Equipment ManufacturingCompanies, 2011 267.1 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies,2010 267.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG)Manufacturing Companies, 2011 287.3 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Gas Turbines Manufacturing Companies,2011 297.4 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Steam Turbine Manufacturing Companies,2011 308 The US Thermal Power Plants 328.1 The US Thermal Power Market, Leading Thermal Power Plants (Active), 2011 328.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Leading Thermal Power Plants (Upcoming), 2011 339 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Major Policies 349.1 The US, Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Overview 349.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Major Policies 349.2.1 Energy Policy Act (EPAct 2005) 34
  3. 3. 9.2.2 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) 349.2.3 State Implementation Plan (SIP) 369.2.4 Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Rule 369.3 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Recent Initiatives 369.3.1 The FutureGen Initiative 369.3.2 Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) for Furnaces and Boilers 369.3.3 Clean Coal Power Initiative (CCPI) 3710 The US Thermal Power Market – Deals Scenario 3810.1 The US Thermal Power Market Deals Volume versus Value Analysis, 2004-2012 3810.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Deals by Type, 2011-2012 4010.3 Power Market, the US, Major Deals, 2011-2012 4110.3.1 Acquisition 4110.3.2 Merger 4610.3.3 Equity Offering 4910.3.4 Debt Offering 5210.3.5 Asset Finance 6211 Southern Company – Company Snapshot 6611.1 Key Information 6611.2 Company Overview 6611.3 SWOT Snapshot 6611.4 Southern Company – Business Description 6711.4.1 Business Overview 6711.5 Southern Company – Major Products and Services 6811.6 SWOT Analysis 6911.6.1 Overview 6911.6.2 Southern Company Strengths 6911.6.3 Southern Company Weaknesses 7011.6.4 Southern Company Opportunities 7111.6.5 Southern Company Threats 7211.7 Southern Company – Competitors 7311.8 Southern Company – Locations and Subsidiaries 7411.8.1 Head Office 7411.8.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 7512 American Electric Power Company, Inc. – Company Snapshot 7612.1 Key Information 7612.2 Company Overview 7612.3 SWOT Snapshot 7612.4 American Electric Power Company, Inc. – Business Description 7712.4.1 Business Overview 7712.5 American Electric Power Company, Inc. – Major Products and Services 7912.6 SWOT Analysis 7912.6.1 Overview 79
  4. 4. 12.6.2 American Electric Power Company, Inc. Strengths 8112.6.3 American Electric Power Company, Inc. Weaknesses 8212.6.4 American Electric Power Company, Inc. Opportunities 8312.6.5 American Electric Power Company, Inc. Threats 8512.7 American Electric Power Company, Inc. – Competitors 8612.8 American Electric Power Company, Inc. – Locations and Subsidiaries 8712.8.1 Head Office 8712.8.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 8713 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. – Company Snapshot 8913.1 Key Information 8913.2 Company Overview 8913.3 SWOT Snapshot 8913.4 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. – Business Description 9013.4.1 Business Overview 9013.5 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. – Major Products and Services 9213.6 SWOT Analysis 9313.6.1 Overview 9313.6.2 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. Strengths 9413.6.3 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. Weaknesses 9513.6.4 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. Opportunities 9513.6.5 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. Threats 9613.7 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. – Competitors 9713.8 Duke Energy Corporation, Inc. – Locations and Subsidiaries 9813.8.1 Head Office 9813.8.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 9814 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. – Company Snapshot 11014.1 Key Information 11014.2 Company Overview 11014.3 SWOT Snapshot 11014.4 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. – Business Description 11114.4.1 Business Overview 11114.5 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. – Major Products and Services 11314.6 SWOT Analysis 11314.6.1 Overview 11314.6.2 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. Strengths 11414.6.3 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. Weaknesses 11514.6.4 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. Opportunities 11514.6.5 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. Threats 11614.7 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. – Competitors 11614.8 Florida Power and Light Company, Inc. – Locations and Subsidiaries 11714.8.1 Head Office 11715 Appendix 118
  5. 5. 15.1 Abbreviations 11815.2 Market Definitions 12015.2.1 Power 12015.2.2 Installed Capacity 12015.2.3 Active Installed Capacity 12015.2.4 Electricity Generation 12015.2.5 Thermal Power 12015.2.6 Hydropower 12015.2.7 Nuclear Power 12015.2.8 Renewable Energy Resources 12015.2.9 Generation Company 12015.2.10 Electricity consumption 12115.2.11 Transmission network 12115.3 Coverage 12115.4 GlobalData’s Methodology 12115.4.1 Secondary research and analysis 12115.4.2 Primary Research and Analysis 12215.5 Contact Us 12215.6 Disclaimer 1221.1 List of TablesTable 1: Thermal Power Market, Global, Thermal Installed Capacity (MW) and Thermal PowerGeneration (GWh), 2000-2020 16Table 2: Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2000-2020 19Table 3: Power Market, The US, Annual Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2000-2020 21Table 4: Thermal Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2000-2020 23Table 5: Thermal Power Market, The US, Power Generation, GWh, 2000-2020 25Table 6: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2010 27Table 7: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top HRSG Manufacturing Companies Market Share(%), 2011 28Table 8: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Gas Turbines Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2011 30Table 9: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Steam Turbine Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2011 31Table 10: Power Market, The US, Leading Active Thermal Power Projects (MW), 2011 32Table 11: Power Market, The US, Leading Upcoming Thermal Power Projects (MW), 2011 33Table 12: Thermal Power Market, The US, NAAQS, 2011 35Table 13: Thermal Power Market, The US, Financing Trends, Deal Value ($m) and Volume(Number), 2004-2012 39Table 14: Thermal Power Market, The US, Deals by Type (%), 2011-2012 40Table 15: Duke Energy Completes Acquisition of Progress Energy for $25.9 Billion 41
  6. 6. Table 16: AES Acquires DPL for $4,700 Million 43Table 17: Constellation Energy and Exelon Complete Merger 46Table 18: PPL Completes Public Offering for $2,327.6 Million 49Table 19: NextEra Energy Completes Public Offering of Units for $600 Million 51Table 20: Energy Future Holdings Completes Private Placement of 11.5% Senior Secured NotesDue 2020 for $1.73 Billion 52Table 21: PPL Corporation Completes Offering of 5.75% Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2032 for$1,305.3 Million 53Table 22: International Power Announces Public Offering of 4.75% Convertible Bonds Due 2015for $918.9 Million 55Table 23: Energy Future Intermediate Holding and EFIH Finance Completes Private Placement ofNotes for $800 Million 56Table 24: Georgia Power Completes Public Offering of 4.3% Series 2012A Notes Due 2042 for$750 Million 57Table 25: Florida Power & Light Announces Public Offering of 4.05% Bonds Due 2042 for $600Million 58Table 26: Exelon Generation Completes Private Placement of 5.6% Senior Notes Due 2042 for$500 Million 60Table 27: NiSource Completes Public Offering of 5.25% Notes Due 2043 for $500 Million 61Table 28: FPL to Invest $1.3 Billion for Riviera Beach Next Generation Clean Energy Center inFlorida, US 62Table 29: Entergy Louisiana to Invest $721 Million in Ninemile Combined Cycle Power Plant inLouisiana, US 64Table 30: Southern Company, Key Facts 66Table 31: Major Products and Services 68Table 32: Southern Company, SWOT Analysis 69Table 33: Southern Company, Subsidiaries 75Table 34: American Electric Power Company, Inc., Key Facts 76Table 35: Major Products and Services 79Table 36: American Electric Power Company, Inc., SWOT Analysis 80Table 37: American Electric Power Company, Inc., Subsidiaries 87Table 38: Duke Energy Corporation, Key Facts 89Table 39: Major Products and Services 92Table 40: Duke Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 93Table 41: Duke Energy Corporation, Subsidiaries 98Table 42: Florida Power & Light Company, Key Facts 110Table 43: Major Products and Services 113Table 44: Florida Power & Light Company, SWOT Analysis 113Table 45: Abbreviations 1181.2 List of FiguresFigure 1: Thermal Power Market, The US, Cumulative Thermal Installed Capacity, MW, 2000,
  7. 7. 2011, 2020 9Figure 2: Thermal Power Market, The US, Thermal Power Generation, GWh, 2000, 2011, 2020 10Figure 3: Thermal Power Market, Global, Thermal Power Generation, GWh, 2000, 2011, 2020 11Figure 4: How a Thermal Power Plant Works 12Figure 5: Thermal Power Market, Global, Thermal Installed Capacity (MW) and Thermal PowerGeneration (GWh), 2000-2020 15Figure 6: Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2000-2020 18Figure 7: Power Market, The US, Annual Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2000-2020 20Figure 8: Thermal Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2000-2020 22Figure 9: Thermal Power Market, The US, Power Generation, GWh, 2000-2020 24Figure 10: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2010 26Figure 10: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top HRSG Manufacturing Companies Market Share(%), 2011 28Figure 11: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Gas Turbines Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2011 29Figure 12: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Steam Turbine Manufacturing Companies MarketShare (%), 2011 30Figure 13: Thermal Power Market, The US, Financing Trends, Deal Value ($m) and Volume(Number), 2004-2012 38Figure 14: Thermal Power Market, The US, Deals by Type (%), 2011-2012 40Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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