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Economic uncertainty, regional over capacity, the Enron scandal and rising gas prices have overhauled the operation and maintenance doctrine of both the old and new power plants in North America. After two years of robust growth, the power plant services market witnessed a decline in its growth in 2002. Frost & Sullivan expects the power plant services market to benefit from shifting strategies of utilities and public power producers that are adapting to a deregulated electricity market by pruning their staff and redefining core business activities. The current turmoil in the IPP and merchant power industry is likely to take about two years to settle and eventually result in increased opportunity for third party outsourcing activities.

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North American Power Plant Services Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the North American Power Plant Services MarketMarket OverviewDefinition and SegmentationSummary of Major FindingsTotal Market ForecastMarket Drivers and RestraintsKey Market TrendsAnalysis by Major SegmentCompetitive AnalysisKey Industry ChallengesIndustry ChallengesConclusionConclusionNorth American Power Plant Services Markets, Total North American Power Plant Services MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket OverviewMarket Definitions and SegmentationMarket Engineering Measurement SystemMarket Engineering MeasurementChallenges Facing the Power Plant Services IndustryIdentification of Industry ChallengesAnalysis of Top Ten Industry ChallengesMarket Analysis and Revenue ForecastsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsRevenue ForecastsDemand AnalysisDemand by Geographic RegionDemand by End-User GroupingAnalysis by Service TypeMaintenance Repair and Overhaul MarketTurnkey Operation and Maintenance MarketTrends by Customer GroupingIntroductionUtilities and Public Power SectorIPPs and Merchant Power PlantsIndustrial SectorPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing AnalysisPrice TrendsContract AnalysisContract AnalysisPerformance MetricsCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisEmerging Competitive ThreatsMarket and Technology TrendsOpportunity AnalysisTechnology TrendsMarket Engineering AwardsEntrepreneurial CompanyGrowth Strategy Market EngineeringProduct Line Strategy Market Engineering Research for the Canadian MarketMarket OverviewMarket OverviewMarket Engineering Measurement SystemMarket Analysis and Revenue ForecastsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsRevenue ForecastsDemand AnalysisDemand AnalysisTrends by Plant TypeTrends by CapacityTrends by Customer TypeIntroductionUtilities and Public Power SectorIPPs and Merchant Power PlantsIndustrial SectorPricing and Contract AnalysisPricing TrendsContract AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. MarketMarket OverviewMarket OverviewMarket Engineering Measurement SystemMarket Analysis and Revenue ForecastsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsRevenue ForecastsDemand AnalysisDemand AnalysisTrends by Plant TypeTrends by CapacityTrends by Customer TypeIntroductionUtilities and Public Power SectorIPPs and Merchant Power PlantsIndustrial SectorPricing and Contract AnalysisPricing TrendsContract AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisNorth American Power Plant Services Markets, StrategiesStrategic Response to ChallengesIntroductionStrategic Recommendations for Corporate ManagementStrategic Recommendations for Marketing DepartmentStrategic Recommendations for Project Execution GroupStrategic Recommendations for Sales FunctionNorth American Power Plant Services Markets, Decision Support Databases and Country Industry ForecastDSDs and CIFDSDsCIF




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