Plunkett’s Energy Industry Almanac 2013

Plunkett’s Energy Industry Almanac 2013 by Jack W. Plunkett
ISBN: 1608796906 | PDF | 7.25 MB | 725 pages | Plunkett Research, Ltd. (December 15, 2012)

PLUNKETT’S ENERGY INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2013Key Features:•Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence•Market forecasts and Industry Statistics•Industry Associations and Professional Societies List•In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies•Industry Glossary•Buyer may register for access to search and export data at Plunkett Research Online•Link to our 5-minute video overview of this industryPages: 725Statistical Tables Provided: 41Companies Profiled: 498Geographic Focus: GlobalA complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.•How is the industry evolving?•How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?•How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?•What is the size of the market now and in the future?•What are the financial results of the leading companies?•What are the names and titles of top executives?•What are the top companies and what are their revenues? Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:Major Trends Affecting the Energy Industry1)Energy Industry Introduction 2)Proposals for U.S. Electricity Grid Enhancements Include a "Smart Grid," Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs) and Technologies such as Flow Cell Batteries3)Superconductivity Comes of Age 4)Global Shale Gas Resources Revolutionize the Energy Industry 5)Crude Oil from Shale Booms in North Dakota’s Bakken and Texas’ Eagle Ford 6)Coalbed Methane Production Soars, Boosts U.S. Gas Production 7)New Pipeline are Needed to Handle Growing Production, But They Create Controversy 8)LNG Projects Offer Increased Supply/Floating LNG Plants May Change the Industry 9)Russia and West Africa Have Massive Production/Israel Develops Major Gas Fields 10)Companies Use New Technologies for Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery 11)Advances in Technology Lead to New Gains in Exploration & Production/Electromagnetic Technology Looks Promising12)Extension of Offshore Drilling into Extreme Water Depths Continues/Brazil Is a Leading Producer Offshore 13)Energy Demand Climbs in India and China/Nuclear, Hydro and Gas Projects Grow14)Canada’s Oil Sands Production Reaches 1.7 Million Barrels per Day, But Operating Costs Are High 15)Production of Synthetic Oil from Kerogen Trapped in Shale Advances Through New Technologies 16)Clean Coal and Coal Gasification Technologies Advance/Carbon Capture (CCS) Proves Costly 17)The Industry Takes a New Look at Nuclear Power 18)Ethanol Production Soared, But U.S. Subsidy Expires19)New Refineries and Petrochemicals Plants Add to Capacity/Take Advantage of Cheap Natural Gas on the Gulf CoastEnergy Industry StatisticsI. Overview of the Energy Industry 1)Global Energy Overview: 2010-2011 2)U.S. Energy Industry Overview 3)U.S. Energy Overview: Selected Years, 1970-2011 4)U.S. Energy Intensity 1980-20355)Primary Energy Flow by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2011 6)Energy Consumption by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2011II. Electricity 7)Electricity Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-20118)Total Electrical Power Generation by Fuel Type, U.S.: 1981-1st 7 Months of 2012 9)Average Retail Prices of Electricity Sold by U.S. Electric Utilities: Selected Years, 1960-2011 III. Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Energy 10)Energy Production by Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Power, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2011 11)Petroleum Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2011

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