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05 Apr 2016  |  North America
Replacement Sales to Soar as 1/4 Installed Pumps Base Gets Replaced with Higher Efficiency Models
The US Department of Energy (DoE) launched the Energy Conservation Standard for Pumps in the US market in December 2015. As a result of the standard, which sets the minimum efficiency for a given pump model, a quarter of the pumps installed in the United States are expected to be replaced with higher efficiency pumps. All pump manufacturers supplyi...
12 May 2016  |  North America
Promise of Faster, More Cost-efficient Method of Water Treatment to Spur Adoption
The cost of water and wastewater treatment is increasing substantially and countries worldwide are looking at alternate methods to treat water, which are both cost-effective and technologically advanced. Hence, the high cost of water treatment in low-cost countries, including India, China, and Singapore, coupled with the rapidly growing number of s...
11 May 2016  |  Global
Process Equipment Companies Continue to Wait Out the Brutal Short-term Economic Scenario
As a result of Saudi Arabia's decision to keep producing oil to retain its share in the global oil and gas market, the price of oil dropped below $30 for the first time in a decade, seriously impacting the CAPEX. The aim of this private market insight is to analyze the demand-supply gap in the crude oil market. The demand-supply gap is caused by se...
18 May 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
India Industrial Production March 2016
The publication gives a detailed analysis on the monthly index of industrial production for India along with an outlook.
29 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Favorable EU Regulations and Continued Government Support will Determine Progress in the UK Manufacturing Sector
This report assesses the current decline of the UK manufacturing sector and its growth potential in the coming years. The UK manufacturing market has drastically declined from being the largest contributor to the country's GDP. The study also analyzes the role of IIoT and its contribution towards reviving the manufacturing sector. The report presen...
29 Mar 2016  |  North America
Innovative Technology-led Growth Sustains Manufacturers in Rough Year, Customer Trends Indicate IoT in Pumps is the Next Big Thing in 2017
This research service covers the challenges faced by participants in the pumps industry and their expectations for the year 2016–2017. The study is a compilation and interpretation of customers' views (from top end-user industries) and expectations from the North American pumps industry. It provides a regional analysis and covers the economic fac...
04 Apr 2016  |  Global
Business as Unusual—The Effect 9 Extreme Events Could Have on Pump Manufacturers' Prospects and Strategies
In 2015, the price of crude oil, which was expected to stay above $100 per barrel for the next 5 years, nose-dived and is currently trading around $30 a barrel. This year, Donald Trump, who was dismissed as a complete outsider and someone who would not even stay in the race for US President, is a leading candidate. Although there are ample examples...
29 Apr 2016  |  North America
Cost-efficient, Environment-friendly, Maintenance-free Wastewater Treatment Abilities to Widen Adoption of Biotechnology
The newest breakthrough innovation for the water and wastewater industry is the convergence of biotechnology with wastewater management. Biotechnology is the incorporation of living organisms to develop or modify products by applying scientific and engineering principles with the aid of biological agents. Anaerobic digestion, one of the processes i...
04 May 2016  |  Global
Subdued Oil Prices to Affect Entire Oil and Gas Value Chain
This research service aims to analyze the key factors effecting the price of crude oil in the short term (2016–2017) and the expected price in the mid-term (2018–2019), as well as the impact on process equipment from 2015 to 2019. Research covers the demand-supply mismatch and positive factors driving the market such as declining CAPEX, product...
06 May 2016  |  Global
Operational Efficiency and Safety Needs to Catalyze Growth of 3D, Cloud, and Mobility Technologies
Oil rig explosion in the deepwater horizon of the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 caused extensive damage to people, assets, and environment. To safeguard against such hazards, simulation training is quickly becoming an important tool in workforce development. Major international oil companies are investing in 3D simulators to develop core competencies and ...