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European End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control Equipment Market

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This report analyzes the European market for End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control Equipment in Millions of US$. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the Western Europe, and Central & Eastern Europe. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2006 through 2015. A six-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets. The report profiles 93 companies including many key and niche players such as AAF International, ALSTOM SA, A-TEC Industries AG, AE&E Lentjes GmbH, Balcke Duerr GmbH, Clyde Bergemann EEC, Donaldson Company, Inc., EWK Umwelttechnik GmbH, Energomontaz-Polundine SA, Fabryka Elektrofiltrow "Elwo" S.A., Impregilo Group, Fisia Babcock Environment, FLSmidth Airtech Company, Foster Wheeler Ltd., Fujian Environmental Protection Co., Ltd., Haldor Topsoe A/S, Hamon Group, Hitachi Zosen Corporation, Hosokawa Micron Group, Johnson Matthey, Mitusi Mining Company Limited, Polimex-Mostostal SA, Rafako SA, Termokimik Corporation, Wahlco, Inc., ZVVZ a.s., and ZVVZ-Enven Engineering, a.s. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.


I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS 

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 
Disclaimers I-2 
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 


II. A EUROPEAN MARKET REPORT 

1. Industry Overview II-1 
World Air Pollution Control Equipment Industry: A Quick Primer II-1 
Drawbacks of a Compliance Driven Market II-1 
Implications for the End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control 
Equipment Market II-2 
Transition from Pollution Treatment to Pollution Prevention II-2 
Implications for the End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control 
Equipment Market II-2 
Developed Markets Offer a Fertile Environment for Future Growth II-3 
Air Pollution Control Equipment in the European Power 
Industry: An Overview II-3 
Energy Generation in the EU: A Peek Into the Fuel Mix II-3 
Table 1: Energy Generation in the European Union: Percentage 
Breakdown of Fuel Source for the Years 1995 & 2007: A 
Comparison (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4 
Growing Levels of Air Pollution: A Cause for Concern II-4 
APC Equipment Market: A Primer II-4 
Market Drivers & Trends II-5 
Environmental Legislations Spur Growth in Western Europe II-5 
Central & Eastern Europe: Opportunities In Store II-5 
Regulations Influence Choice of Technology II-6 
Resurgence of Interest in Coal Promises Growth of APC 
Equipments II-6 
Clean Coal Technologies Help Spur Interest in Coal Fired 
Power Plants II-6 
Rise in Power Plant Infrastructure Bodes Well For the APC 
Equipment Market II-7 
Power Infrastructure Boom: Not Unique to Europe II-7 
Table 2: Worldwide Cumulative Investment in Power Supply 
Infrastructure (2006-2030): Forecast by Country/ Region in 
US$ Billion (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7 
Plant & Equipment Upgradation Poised to Drive Short Term Growth II-8 
Carbon Tax & Its Impact On the APC Equipment Market II-8 
Tracking Trends in Key Product Markets II-8 
Upbeat Forecasts for Flue Gas Desulfurization Systems II-8 
Fabric Filters Increasingly Turing into Niche Products II-8 
Selective Catalytic Reduction in Eastern Europe Yet to Take 
Flight II-9 
Key Market Share Findings II-9 
Table 3: Central & Eastern European Market for End-of-Pipe 
Air Pollution Control Equipment in Power Plant Application: 
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Product Type for the 
Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-9 

Table 4: Central & Eastern European Market for Fabric 
Filters in Power Plant Application (2009): Percentage 
Breakdown of Value Sales by Region/Country (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10 

Table 5: Central & Eastern European Market for 
Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP) in Power Plant 
Application (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by 
Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10 

Table 6: Central & Eastern European Market for Flue Gas 
Desulphurisation (FGD) in Power Plant Application (2009): 
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Region/Country 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10 

Table 7: Central & Eastern European Market for Selective 
Catalytic Reduction (SCR) in Power Plant Application 
(2013P): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by 
Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11 

Table 8: Central and Eastern European Market for 
Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP) in Power Plants (2006): 
Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Leading Players -Elwo, 
Zvvz a.s., Balcke Duerr, Energomontaz-Polundine and Others 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11 

Table 9: Central and Eastern European Market for Flue Gas 
Desulphurisation (FGD) Systems in Power Plants (2006): 
Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Leading Players - 
Fisia Babcock, Rafako, Mitusi, Alstom, Polimex Mostostal 
and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11 
Market Challenges II-12 
Challenges Galore in the Utility Industry II-12 
Clean Production Technologies: A Challenge to Reckon With II-12 
Europe Shifting from End-of-Pipe to Mitigation-at- Source 
Technologies II-12 
Transition to IPC Strategies: A Challenge To Reckon With in 
the Long Run II-13 
Growth Drivers & Challenges: A Recapitulation II-13 
End-of-Pipe APC Equipments in Power Plants: Opportunities In 
Store II-13 
Regulations: A Primer Driver of End-of-Pipe APC Equipments in 
Power Plants II-14 
EU Policies Impacting Air Pollutant Emissions from Large 
Combustion Plants II-14 
The LCP Directive II-14 
Slated Timeline for Compliance With the LCPD Directive: A 
Recapitulation II-15 
Bottlenecks in Implementation II-15 
Officially Granted Transitional Time Line for Compliance 
With LCPD (Large Combustion Plants Directive), and IPPC 
(Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) by Select 
Country II-15 
National Large Combustion Plant Emission Reduction Plans II-15 
National LCP ELVs in Key Countries Vs the LCP Directive (LCPD) II-16 
Best Available Techniques (BAT) II-16 
EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) II-16 
Implications II-17 
The Cap & Trade Concept: Pros & Cons II-17 
Focus on Key Regional Markets II-18 
Czech Republic II-18 
France II-19 
Switzerland II-19 
Poland II-19 
Russia II-20 
Hungary II-20 
Romania II-21 
Bulgaria II-21 
Balkan II-21 
Baltic II-22 
Turkey II-22 
Netherlands II-23 
The United Kingdom II-23 
Table 10: Environmental Goods & Services Market in the UK 
(2005): Percentage Breakdown of Revenues by Sub Sector 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-24 

2. Product Overview II-25 
End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control (APC) Equipment: A Definition II-25 
Air Pollution: A Primer II-25 
Causes of Air pollution II-25 
Air Pollution Control Equipment: A Broad Overview II-26 
Types of Air Pollution Control Equipment: A Classification II-26 
Scrubbers (Absorption Systems) II-26 
Wet Scrubbers II-26 
Advantages II-27 
Disadvantages II-27 
Types of Wet Scrubbers II-27 
Spray Towers II-27 
Baffle Spray Scrubbers II-28 
Venturi Scrubbers II-28 
Advantages & Disadvantages II-28 
Packed Bed Scrubbers II-29 
Mechanically aided scrubbers II-29 
Advantages & Disadvantages II-29 
Dry Scrubbers II-29 
Dry Sorbent Injection Systems II-30 
Spray Dryer Absorbers II-30 
Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) II-30 
Filtration Equipment II-30 
Fabric Filters II-31 
Pulse Jet Fabric Filters II-31 
Reverse Air Fabric Filters II-31 
Shaker Fabric Filters II-31 
Cartridge Filters II-32 
NOx Control Equipment II-32 
Low NOx Burners (LNB) II-32 
Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems (SCR) II-32 
Market Opportunities II-33 
Selective Non Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) II-33 
Disadvantages II-34 
NOxOUT: A Popular SNCR Process II-34 
Oxidation Systems II-34 
Thermal Oxidizer II-34 
Catalytic Oxidation II-35 
Advantages of Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizer (RCO) II-35 
Adsorption Systems II-35 
Carbon Adsorption Systems II-36 
Carbon: A Universal Adsorbent II-36 
Mechanical Collectors II-36 
Gravitational or sedimentation II-36 
Centrifugal collectors II-36 
Impingement collectors II-37 
Electrostatic Precipitators II-37 
Dry ESP II-37 
Advantages II-37 
Wet ESP II-37 

3. Recent Industry Activity II-38 
Fuel Tech Acquires Tackticks and FlowTack II-38 
Astec Industries Takes Over Dillman Equipment II-38 
CECO Environmental Completes Acquisition of Fisher-Klosterman II-38 
Babcock & Wilcox Bags Air Pollution Control Contract II-38 
TurboSonic Bags Contract for Wet Electrostatic Precipitator 
System II-38 
CECO Environmental Secures Two Orders II-39 
TurboSonic Secures Contract for Wet Electrostatic Precipitators II-39 
TurboSonic Obtains Order for Wet Electrostatic Precipitator 
System II-39 
Bio-Reaction Industries Enters into an Agreement with Beijing 
Victex II-39 
Thermax Enters into an Agreement with Balcke-Durr II-39 
CECO Takes Over Effox II-40 
CECO Environmental Completes Acquisition of GMD II-40 
Tenneco Acquires CCA Mobile Emissions Business II-40 
Neundorfer Purchases APCO Services, Inc. II-40 
Shriram EPC Partners with Hamon II-40 
DustVen to Set Up New APC Equipment Fabrication Facility II-40 
SEIPL to Invest Rs 800crore II-40 
TurboSonic Bags Pollution Control Order II-41 
Fuel Tech Receives Air Pollution Control Orders Worth $ 3.5 
Million II-41 
AirPol Secures Major Air Pollution Control Equipment Orders II-41 
Peerless Manufacturing Bags $3 Million Order for APC Equipment II-41 
Peerless Grabs Contracts for Selective Catalytic Reduction 
Systems II-41 
Peerless Mfg. Co. Receives $5 Million Order II-41 
Alstom Obtained Air Pollution Control Equipment Orders II-42 
Alstom Receives Order for Air Quality Control Systems II-42 
The Babcock & Wilcox Company Grabs Environmental Equipment 
Contract II-42 
Peerless to Divest Dallas, Texas Facility II-42 
ALSTOM Bags Contract from Louisa Environmental Power Partners II-42 
ALSTOM Receives Contract from Energi E2 II-42 
Lentjes to Build Flue Gas Desulphurisation Facilities in UK II-43 
ALSTOM Bags a Contract from Hera II-43 
Alstom Signs a Contract with Botnia S.A. II-43 
ALSTOM Obtains a Contract from RWE npower II-43 
Alstom Bags Order from Lietuvos Elektrine II-43 
ALSTOM Receives Contract from ENDESA II-43 
Alstom Bags Order from Duke Power II-44 
Alstom Wins Three Contracts from Pulp and Paper Mills II-44 
ALSTOM to Supply Air Pollution Control System to Aramco II-44 
Siemens Power Generation Takes Over Wheelabrator Air Pollution 
Control Inc. II-44 
Wheelabrator and Enerfab Enter into a Technology Transfer 
Agreement II-44 
Austrian Energy and Environment Bags Contract from Huaneng 
Power International II-45 
ALSTOM and HPEC Sign Licensing Agreement II-45 
Alstom Signs Agreement to License Acoustic Enhancement Technology II-45 
ALSTOM to Provide 8 Electrostatic Precipitators to Greece II-45 

4. Focus on Select Global Players II-46 
AAF International (USA) II-46 
ALSTOM SA (France) II-46 
A-TEC Industries AG (Austria) II-46 
AE&E Lentjes GmbH (Germany) II-47 
Balcke Duerr Gmbh (Germany) II-47 
Clyde Bergemann EEC (USA) II-47 
Donaldson Company, Inc. (USA) II-47 
EWK Umwelttechnik Gmbh (Germany) II-48 
Energomontaz-Polundine SA (Poland) II-48 
Fabryka Elektrofiltrow "Elwo" S.A. (Poland) II-48 
Impregilo Group (Italy) II-48 
Fisia Babcock Environment Gmbh (Germany) II-49 
FLSmidth Airtech Company (Denmark) II-49 
Foster Wheeler Ltd (USA) II-49 
Fujian Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. (China) II-50 
Haldor Topsoe A/S (Denmark) II-50 
Hamon Group (Belgium) II-50 
Hitachi Zosen Corporation (Japan) II-50 
Hosokawa Micron Group (Japan) II-50 
Johnson Matthey (UK) II-51 
Mitusi Mining Company Limited (Japan) II-51 
Polimex-Mostostal SA (Poland) II-51 
Rafako SA (Poland) II-52 
Termokimik Corporation (Italy) II-52 
Wahlco, Inc. (US) II-52 
ZVVZ a.s. (Czech Republic) II-52 
ZVVZ-Enven Engineering, a.s (Czech Republic) II-53 

5. European Market Perspective II-54 
Table 11: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for 
End-of-Pipe Air Pollution Control Equipment in Power Plants by 
Geographic Region - Western Europe and Central & Eastern 
European Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues 
in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-54 

Table 12: European Historic Analysis for End-of-Pipe Air 
Pollution Control Equipment in Power Plants by Geographic 
Region - Western Europe and Central & Eastern European Markets 
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for 
Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-55 

Table 13: European 10-Year Perspective for End-of-Pipe Air 
Pollution Control Equipment in Power Plants by Geographic 
Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Western Europe 
and Central & Eastern European Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 
2015 II-55 


III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

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