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News Article | May 22, 2017
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Defending race winner Alexander Rossi will start on the outside of the front row, third, in his Andretti Autosport Honda.  The second "row of three" will include Rossi's Andretti teammates Takuma Sato, fourth, and two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso, fifth in his Indy 500 debut. Tony Kanaan will start eighth in his Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, with Marco Andretti rounding out the "Fast Nine" final-round qualifiers.  Ryan Hunter-Reay will start 10th in his Andretti Honda, followed by impressive rookie Ed Jones for Dale Coyne Racing and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing's Oriol Servia. Sebastien Bourdais, injured in a hard Turn 1 crash in Saturday's first-round qualifying, continues to recover after undergoing successful surgery at IU Health Methodist Hospital for fractures to his hip and pelvis.  The Dale Coyne Racing driver will be replaced by two-time previous "500" starter James Davison. Scott Dixon (#9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda) pole qualifier, his third Indianapolis 500 pole: "I thought maybe the dashboard had broken and brought up a fake number [on his first lap of 232.595 mph]!  We seriously didn't expect to see the speed that we did.  It was a big day for us. Obviously, this is the pole. I have to give a shout out to Sebastien Bourdais, too, as I saw him this morning, and he's doing well. He's a teammate with me in the Ford GT program. We've spent a lot of time together over the years, and he's a hell of a driver. So, I wish him well. I know he's going to be on the mend quickly and hopefully, he can be in a car here very soon. Today, we managed to get it done and we're starting in the right place [first]. The hard part now is to keep it there. We've been fortunate enough to have support from NTT DATA to this point this season, and we're really looking forward to having Camping World come on board for the 500 for race week." Fernando Alonso (#29 McLaren Honda-Andretti Autosport Honda) will start his first Indianapolis 500 from fifth, fastest rookie: "The car was on the limit.  I don't know if it was possible to be on pole position, but definitely very close. I had an overboost problem on Lap 2 out of the last corner, and it was like hitting the brakes. I went one gear down and started again picking up the speed.  I crossed the line and I thought it was 225 mph or something.  I nearly came to the pit lane, because [I thought] 'this qualifying run is over' with this problem. [But I kept] running, still putting the laps together, and then I was happily surprised with the [final speed].  I feel good, I feel great. Obviously, this is the biggest race in the world, and it felt that way from the very beginning.  But now, with the weekend and you pick up the speed and you feel even more and more with the fans coming for qualifying now. This is a very special event." Art St. Cyr (President, Honda Performance Development) on today's performance in qualifying: "It's a good day when you can qualify in 14 of the top 17 positions for the most important race of the year.  This two-day qualifying format is very stressful, but it shows that Honda is well positioned for a strong race next Sunday.  Congratulations to Scott for a well-deserved pole, and a special call-out to the entire Andretti Autosport organization, for taking five of the top 10 grid positions. Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Sebastien Bourdais, who almost certainly would have been a contender for the pole today.  It's good to know he came through surgery with flying colors and we hope to see him back at the track very soon." To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dixon-honda-storm-to-indianapolis-500-pole-300461189.html


News Article | May 27, 2017
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One of the most famous races in the world is just around the corner and some of the drivers took advantage of being in town for the Indianapolis 500 by making a pit stop (quite literally) at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Carlos Muñoz (A.J. Foyt Enterprises), Jay Howard (Schmidt Peterson Motorsports), Tony Kanaan (Chip Ganassi Racing), Sebastián Saavedra (Juncos Racing), Takuma Sato (Andretti Autosport) and Courtney Force (NHRA Funny Car driver of John Force Racing) each visited the world’s largest children’s museum and could not wait to share their love of IndyCar racing with their fans in Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™. “I think kids learn so quick and absorb everything,” said Tony Kanaan of Chip Ganassi Racing and 2013 winner of the Indy 500. “I think every time my son comes here he is learning more and I can explain to him what I’m doing and I think it’s a great exhibition – not only because we are in Indy and everything is related to cars – but also for them to learn.” After answering several questions about the science, technology, engineering and math that goes into racing, the drivers signed autographs and posed for pictures. Visitors loved going ‘wheel to wheel’ with real race car drivers with Hot Wheels die-cast cars on the iconic orange Hot Wheels track. But the highlight of the day came when some of the drivers competed in the timed pitstop challenge where they race to change tires and refuel a race car. Upon learning their time during their first attempt was 12 seconds, they were not satisfied. And when they discovered that someone had done it in eight seconds, Kanaan would have none of it saying, “We are not going down. C’mon guys let’s do this again.” They went on to set a ‘new track record’ of just seven seconds and high fives were shared all around. Enjoy high definition video here: https://vimeo.com/childrensmuseum/review/218991439/3168d28baa With the Greatest Spectacle in Racing (The Indianapolis 500) just around the corner, fans of all ages can experience Hot Wheels like never before at the world’s largest children’s museum. Starting May 13, 2017 fans get a firsthand look at the thrilling science, speed, and safety of motorsports with Hot Wheels® cars and tracks, positioned alongside full-sized race cars, artifacts and memorabilia. The Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ exhibit will run through July 30, 2017 before traveling to another city. Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ is presented by Central Indiana Honda Dealers. Supporting sponsors include Church Brothers Collision Repair and OneAmerica. Our science based initiatives are supported by The Heritage Group Center for Family Learning in STEM. Additional support is provided by Eli Lilly and Company Foundation. About The Children's Museum of Indianapolis The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is a nonprofit institution committed to creating extraordinary learning experiences across the arts, sciences, and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families. For more information about The Children's Museum, visit http://www.childrensmuseum.org, follow us on Twitter @TCMIndy, Instagram @childrensmuseum, YouTube.com/IndyTCM, and Facebook. About Mattel Mattel is a creations company that inspires the wonder of childhood. Our mission is to be the recognized leader in play, learning and development worldwide. Mattel’s portfolio of global consumer brands includes American Girl®, Barbie®, Fisher-Price®, Hot Wheels®, Monster High® and Thomas & Friends™, among many others. Mattel also creates a wealth of lines and products made in collaboration with leading entertainment and technology companies. With a global workforce of approximately 32,000 people, Mattel operates in 40 countries and territories and sells products in more than 150 nations. Visit us online at http://www.mattel.com.


News Article | May 29, 2017
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Takuma Sato (#26 Andretti Autosport Honda) ganador del Indianápolis 500 de 2017: "¡Gané! ¡Gané la mejor carrera del mundo! Es una sensación increíble. No puedo agradecer [lo suficiente] a este equipo. Miren a estos chicos. Fantásticos. Obviamente fue una carrera muy dura. Pero Helio [Castroneves] realmente maneja muy bien. Puedo confiar en él. Puedo de verdad [confiar en él] viniendo desde el exterior. Fue una carrera fantástica. Qué carrera. Espero que el público la haya disfrutado. Es bello. Soñé con algo como esto desde que tenía 12 años. No puedo agradecer lo suficiente a todos por su apoyo. Hasta que faltaban tres vueltas, uno en realidad no sabía [quién ganaría]. Yo y Helio estábamos lado a lado faltando tres vueltas. Tienes que esforzarte por llegar a la meta. Y lo hicimos, lo conseguimos. Fantástico". Ed Jones (#19 Dale Coyne Racing Honda) superó a los demás novatos y terminó tercero: "Fue una gran carrera para nosotros. He tenido de verdad un gran auto todo el mes. Pero la carrera tuvo muchos altibajos para nosotros. Tuvimos un principio sólido y estuvimos entre los 10 primeros casi toda la primera mitad de la carrera. Después, cuando Dixon tuvo su choque, pasé por encima de algunos restos, que me dañaron el piso del auto y el alerón trasero. Tuvimos que cambiar el alerón. Eso me envió de vuelta a la pista, y tuvimos que luchar para recuperar nuestra posición. Entonces volvimos a tener un poco de suerte. En la última bandera amarilla, fuimos a los pits justo antes, de manera que eso nos puso cerca del frente [del grupo]. Pero entonces tuvimos otra racha de mala suerte. Se me dañó el alerón delantero, donde se abrió un gran hueco. Mis piernas se me pusieron bastante frías, para ser honesto. El viento soplaba en ellas como loco, y creaba mucha resistencia. Eso [nos la puso] difícil en los tramos rectos. No podía alcanzar a los líderes. Nos faltaba esa velocidad de línea recta para las últimas vueltas. Fue de verdad muy difícil para mí defenderme o hasta atacar, lo cual es frustrante, porque creo que teníamos el auto indicado para ganar hoy. [Takuma] Sato y Helio [Castroneves] hicieron un gran trabajo. Pero también fue un poco frustrante. No sé cuántas oportunidades uno tiene de estar en esa batalla [por la victoria en Indianápolis]". Fernando Alonso (#29 McLaren Honda Andretti Autosport Honda): "Obviamente, me decepciona no haber terminado la carrera, porque en cada carrera en la que uno compite, uno quiere llegar a la meta. Hoy no fue posible. Pero las últimas dos semanas fueron una gran experiencia. Vine aquí básicamente para probarme, para retarme. Sé que puedo ser tan rápido como cualquiera en un Fórmula Uno. No sabía si podía ser tan rápido como cualquiera en un auto Indy. Fue agradable tener esta sensación de competencia, aun liderando el Indy 500. Solo liderar una vuelta aquí ya es una buena sensación. Estaba pasando, mirando la torre, y vi el 29 en su parte superior. En ese momento estaba pensando si Zak [Brown, director del equipo de McLaren] o alguien del equipo estaría tomando una foto, porque quiero esa foto en casa. Felicidades a Sato-san, a Andretti [Autosport]. Hemos estado compartiendo las dos últimas semanas, todas las reuniones en la mañana, las reuniones en la tarde. Takuma fue una gran ayuda, ya que venía de la F1. Las dos últimas vueltas estuve de rodillas por Sato [para que se llevara la victoria]. Estoy muy feliz con el resultado final. Una última cosa: gracias al IndyCar, una experiencia asombrosa. Gracias a Indianápolis. Gracias a los fans. Me sentí como en casa. No soy estadounidense, pero me sentí muy orgulloso de competir aquí. Gracias a ustedes, los medios. No gané, pero beberé un poco de la leche [de la victoria de Takuma]. Ustedes me siguieron por dos semanas, cada minuto, pero en realidad lo disfruté. Gracias por la bienvenida. Nos vemos en Austin [para el US Grand Prix]".


News Article | May 29, 2017
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As the last of several late-race cautions bunched the field after a multi-car crash on Lap 179, Sato was running second to fellow Honda driver Max Chilton, with Castroneves third and outstanding rookie Ed Jones, fourth. When the green flag waved for the final time to start Lap 189, Sato quickly worked his way to the front in his Andretti Autosport Honda. The battle for the victory became a two-driver duel with six laps to go, with first Castroneves taking the lead, then Sato making an outside pass for the lead going into Turn 1 with just five laps remaining, holding on for the win by just two-tenths of a second at the checkers. Finishing in third, 2016 Indy Lights champion Jones made the most of his Indianapolis 500 debut.  Despite twice sustaining damage to his Dale Coyne Racing Honda due to debris from two of the four crashes in today's race, Jones worked his way into the lead group in the final 20 laps, and closed on Castroneves on the final lap.  His third-place finish was best among the four rookies in this year's race. The third Honda contender for the win today – Chip Ganassi Racing's Max Chilton – led a race-high 50 laps after going a lap down to the leaders with handling issues early in the race.  Adjustments made during early pit stops put Chilton back on a pace with the overall leaders, as he demonstrated by leading on four separate occasions in the 200-lap contest. Mechanical issues eliminated two other Andretti Hondas, with Ryan Hunter-Reay dropping out on Lap 136 after leading 28 laps, second only to Chilton in a race with a record 15 different leaders.  Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso continued his impressive rookie performance at the "Brickyard", leading for 27 laps – third highest today –before dropping out on Lap 180. In the first and most spectacular of the day's crashes, pole-starter Scott Dixon struck the car of Jay Howard after the latter had made impact with the Turn 1 wall.  Dixon's car vaulted high into the air and landed upright on top of the infield retaining wall, but he escaped injury in the Lap 53 collision, as did Howard. Video recaps from this month's Honda racing activities at Indianapolis, including today's Indianapolis 500, are being posted on the "Honda Racing/HPD" YouTube channel. Produced by the Carolinas Production Group, the video packages can be found in the 2015 HPD Trackside Video Playlist at: https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV. IndyCar Series teams and drivers now prepare for a hectic schedule of three races over the next two weeks, starting with next weekend's June 3-4 double header weekend with races both Saturday and Sunday on the Belle Isle street circuit in Detroit, Michigan. Takuma Sato (#26 Andretti Autosport Honda) 2017 Indianapolis 500 winner: "I won!  I won the best race in the world!  Unbelievable feeling. I cannot thank this whole team [enough]. Look at these guys. Fantastic. It was obviously a tough, tough race. But Helio [Castroneves] really drives fair. I can trust him. I can really [trust him] coming from the outside. It was fantastic race. What a race. Hopefully, the crowd enjoyed it.  It's beautiful. I dreamed of something like this since I was 12. I can't thank everyone enough for their support.  Until three laps to go, you really didn't know [who would win]. Me and Helio went side by side with three laps to go. You've got to go for it, run it flat. And we did it, and we pulled away. Fantastic." Ed Jones (#19 Dale Coyne Racing Honda) top rookie finisher, 3rd: "It was a great race for us.  I've had a great car the whole month, really.  But the race was so up and down for us. We had a solid start and were running in the top 10 for most of the first half of the race.  Then, when Dixon had his crash, I ran over some debris. It damaged the floor and the rear wing. We had to change the rear wing. That sent me to the back of the field, and we had to claw our way back up again.  Then we got some luck back. The last yellow, we pitted right before it, so it put us near the front [of the field].  But then I had some bad luck again. I damaged my front wing, had a big hole in it. My legs got pretty cold, to be honest. I had wind blowing into them like crazy, and it created a lot of drag.  That [made it] difficult in the straights. I couldn't pull up to the leaders. We lacked that straight line speed for the last laps. It was really hard for me to defend or even attack, which was really a bit frustrating, because I think we had the car to win today.  Great job to [Takuma] Sato and Helio [Castroneves]. But also a bit frustrating. I don't know how many opportunities you get to be in that battle [for victory at Indianapolis]." Fernando Alonso (#29 McLaren Honda Andretti Autosport Honda): "Obviously, I'm disappointed not to finish the race, because every race you compete, you want to be at the checkered flag. Today, it was not possible.  But it was a great experience, the last two weeks. I came here basically to prove myself, to challenge myself. I know that I can be as quick as anyone in a Formula One car. I didn't know if I can be as quick as anyone in an Indy car.  It was nice to have this competitive feeling, even leading the Indy 500, you know. You lead just one lap here, it was already a nice feeling. I was passing, watching the tower, saw the 29 on top of it. I was thinking at that moment if Zak [Brown, McLaren team principal] or someone from the team was taking a picture, because I want that picture at home.  Congratulations to Sato-san, to Andretti [Autosport]. We have been sharing the last two weeks, all the meetings in the morning, the meetings in the afternoon. Takuma was a lot of help, coming from F1. The last two laps I was on my knees really pushing Sato [for the victory].  I'm extremely happy for the final result. Last thing: thanks to IndyCar, amazing experience. Thanks to Indianapolis. Thanks to the fans. I felt at home. I'm not American, but I felt really proud to race here.  Thank you, the media. I didn't win, but I will drink a little bit of [Takuma's victory] milk! You followed me for two weeks, every single minute, but I really enjoy. Thanks for the welcoming. See you in Austin [for the US Grand Prix]." Art St. Cyr (president, Honda Performance Development) on Honda's 12th Indianapolis 500 victory in  the last 14 years: "Indianapolis never fails to deliver an exciting event, and this was yet another year that will go down in Indy 500 lore.  For Takuma Sato, this is redemption of a sort following his near-win in 2012, and he'll prove to be a popular champion for race fans everywhere.  Unfortunately, not all of our cars made it to the finish today.  We're grateful that Scott Dixon escaped serious injury in his crash.  Mechanical failures took out two other leading contenders; however, that is sometimes the price that must be paid for gains in performance, and we clearly had speed all month, by any objective measurement.  We definitely had some very well-performing engines in today's race, and are very pleased with taking four of the top five finishing positions, and our 12th Indy 500 win in last 14 years.  Congratulations again to Takuma, the entire Andretti Autosport organization, and everyone at Honda Performance Development for a fantastic result." To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/takuma-sato-honda-win-the-indianapolis-500-300464935.html


News Article | May 29, 2017
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AUBURN HILLS, Mich., May 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- BorgWarner President and Chief Executive Officer James R. Verrier presented the Borg-Warner Trophy™ to Takuma Sato following his win at the 2017 Indianapolis 500. As the first winner in a new century of the legendary race, Sato has earned...


News Article | November 4, 2016
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This report studies Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering  Bosch Industriekessel GmbH (Germany)  Cethar Limited (India)  Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co Ltd (South Korea)  Foster Wheeler AG (Switzerland)  Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)  Babcock-Hitachi K.K. (Japan)  IHI Corporation (Japan)  Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan)  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan)  Miura Co., Ltd. (Japan)  Taishan Group Taian Boao Int'l Trade Co., Ltd (China)  Takuma Co. Ltd. (Japan)  The Babcock & Wilcox Company (US)  Thermax Ltd. (India)  Wellman Boilers (UK) Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate of Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler in these regions, from 2011 to 2021 (forecast), like  North America  Europe  China  Japan  Southeast Asia  India Split by product type, with production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, can be divided into  Type I  Type II  Type III  Split by application, this report focuses on consumption, market share and growth rate of Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler in each application, can be divided into  Application 1  Application 2  Application 3 Global Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Market Research Report 2016  1 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Market Overview  1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler  1.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Segment by Type  1.2.1 Global Production Market Share of Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler by Type in 2015  1.2.2 Type I  1.2.3 Type II  1.2.4 Type III  1.3 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Segment by Application  1.3.1 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Consumption Market Share by Application in 2015  1.3.2 Application 1  1.3.3 Application 2  1.3.4 Application 3  1.4 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Market by Region  1.4.1 North America Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.2 Europe Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.3 China Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.4 Japan Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.5 Southeast Asia Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.6 India Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler (2011-2021) 7 Global Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis  7.1 Bosch Industriekessel GmbH (Germany)  7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.1.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.1.2.1 Type I  7.1.2.2 Type II  7.1.3 Bosch Industriekessel GmbH (Germany) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.2 Cethar Limited (India)  7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.2.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.2.2.1 Type I  7.2.2.2 Type II  7.2.3 Cethar Limited (India) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.3 Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co Ltd (South Korea)  7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.3.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.3.2.1 Type I  7.3.2.2 Type II  7.3.3 Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co Ltd (South Korea) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.4 Foster Wheeler AG (Switzerland)  7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.4.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.4.2.1 Type I  7.4.2.2 Type II  7.4.3 Foster Wheeler AG (Switzerland) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.5 Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)  7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.5.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.5.2.1 Type I  7.5.2.2 Type II  7.5.3 Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.6 Babcock-Hitachi K.K. (Japan)  7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.6.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.6.2.1 Type I  7.6.2.2 Type II  7.6.3 Babcock-Hitachi K.K. (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.7 IHI Corporation (Japan)  7.7.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.7.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.7.2.1 Type I  7.7.2.2 Type II  7.7.3 IHI Corporation (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.7.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.8 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan)  7.8.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.8.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.8.2.1 Type I  7.8.2.2 Type II  7.8.3 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.8.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.9 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan)  7.9.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.9.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.9.2.1 Type I  7.9.2.2 Type II  7.9.3 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.9.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.10 Miura Co., Ltd. (Japan)  7.10.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.10.2 Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Product Type, Application and Specification  7.10.2.1 Type I  7.10.2.2 Type II  7.10.3 Miura Co., Ltd. (Japan) Horizontal Return Tubular Boiler Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.10.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.11 Taishan Group Taian Boao Int'l Trade Co., Ltd (China)  7.12 Takuma Co. Ltd. (Japan)  7.13 The Babcock & Wilcox Company (US)  7.14 Thermax Ltd. (India)  7.15 Wellman Boilers (UK)


News Article | February 27, 2017
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Dublin, Feb. 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Markets for Gasifiers" report to their offering. The global market for new gasifiers is expected to reach 1088 units by 2021 from 887 units in 2016, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.0% from 2015 through 2021. This report identifies, characterizes, describes and forecasts the markets for gasifiers on a global and regional basis. Attention is given to national/state incentives, international agreements, regulatory regimes and political policies that foster, hinder or avoid the implementation of gasifiers. Forecasts are provided to estimate the robustness of the gasifier markets in their different size ranges, feedstocks and applications over time, covering the period of 2015 through 2021. This report provides market data under geographic segmentation as well as technology segmentation. Estimated values provided where available are based on manufacturers' total revenues. This report provides: - An exploration of the global markets for gasifiers - Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015, estimates for 2016, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2021 - A breakdown of the types of gasifier technologies, including fixed-bed, fluidized-bed, entrained-flow, and plasma - Examinations of feedstocks, such as fossil fuel (coal, petcoke, and residuals), wood, forestry products, waste and waste wood, seed hulls, nut shells, organic refuse, and others (oil palm plantation waste, corn cobs and stover, coconut husks) - Examination of government support mechanisms, climate change policy impacts, and market expansion constraints, such as emissions, component costs, natural gas and shale gas prices, and land requirements for feedstocks - Profiles of major players in the industry Each region is unique in terms of feedstock availability and growth in gross domestic product (GDP). The gasifier market for each segment is analyzed in individual chapters. Under technology segmentation, the report divides the global market into eight technology applications: - Coal to energy (CTE). - Coal to liquids (CTL). - Biomass to energy (BTE). - Biomass to liquids (BTL). - Direct reduced iron (DRI) melting. - Pet coke (includes refinery residuals). - Waste to energy (WTE). - Plasma gasifiers. The status of technology development for each application is reviewed. The efficiencies possible under gasification and other competing technologies available in the specific markets determine the end cost to users. Gasifiers have become a mainstream product in a broad range of applications, which include central power stations, waste treatment, industrial chemicals production, on-site small industrial operations, district cogeneration, residences in rural economically poor areas and more. They are becoming an essential part of the energy conversion landscape and are already a multibillion-dollar-a-year diversified industry on a strong growth path globally. Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction - Gasification - Gasifiers - Gasifier Manufacturers - Market Drivers - Study Goals And Objectives - Reasons For Doing The Study 2: Summary 3: Overview: Gasifier Technologies - Gasifier Market Structure - Types Of Gasifiers - Functional Distinguishing Design Features - Gasifier System Components - Physical Characteristics Of Gasifiers - Gasification + Direct Reduced Iron - Company-Specific Gasification Technologies - Suppliers That Offer Specific Technologies For The Gasifier Markets 4: Gasifier Applications And Market Trends - Gasification Applications - Gasifier Cost Analysis - Gasifier Market Trends Worldwide 5: Patent Analysis Of Gasifier Technologies - Patent Analysis By Year - Core Patents On Gasifier Technologies - Patent Analysis By Company/Institution - Patent Analysis By Region - Patent Analysis By Technology 6: World Gasifier Market Forecasts - Gasifier Application Market - Gasifier Markets By Region - Export And Import Data 7: North American Gasifier Markets - Forecast For North American Gasifier Markets 8: Western European Gasifier Market Forecast - Laws And Regulations Impacting The Gasifier Markets In Western Europe - Financial Incentives For Gasifiers In Western Europe - Gasifier Markets In Western Europe 9: Pacific Rim Gasifier Markets - Chinese Gasifier Markets - Japanese Gasifier Market - Philippines, South Korea And Taiwan Gasifier Markets - Pacific Rim Countries Gasifier Market Forecasts 10: Southeast Asian Gasifier Markets - Energy Markets In Southeast Asia - Coal Market In Indonesia - Natural Gas In Southeast Asia - Biomass In Southeast Asia - Southeast Asian Gasifier Market Forecasts 11: Gasifier Market In Southwest Asia - India - Bangladesh - Myanmar - Pakistan - Sri Lanka - Southwest Asia - Gasifier Market Forecast 12: Eastern European, Russian And Middle Eastern Gasifier Markets - Energy Markets In Eastern Europe - Forecasts For Gasifier Markets In Eastern Europe, Russia And The Middle East 13: Gasifier Markets In The Southern Hemisphere - Australia - New Zealand - Africa - Latin America And The Caribbean - Forecast Of The Gasifier Markets In The Southern Hemisphere 14: Directory Of Companies Active In The Global Gasifier Market - Aboriginal Cogeneration Corp. - Access Energy Technologies Ltd. - Adaptivearc Inc. - Advanced Plasma Power Ltd. - AESI Llc - Agilyx - AGRO Power Gasification Plant PVT. Ltd. - Air Liquide (Lurgi) - Air Products And Chemicals Inc. - Alentec - All Power Labs Llc - Alqimi (Formerly Absi) - Alstom - Alter Nrg Corp. - AMEC Foster Wheeler - AMEC Foster Wheeler - Global Power Group - Andritz AG - Ankur Scientific Energy Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Appro Technology - Arrya Hi-Tech Energy - Associated Engineering Works - Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S - Balboa Pacific Corp. - Bellwether Gasification Technologies Ltd. - Benreg Europe GMBH - Bioresidue Energy Technology Pvt. Ltd. - Btg Bioliquids - Careco (PVT.) Ltd. - Chanderpur Works Pvt. Ltd. - Changzheng Engineering Co. Ltd. - Chemrec AB - Chinook Sciences Llc - Cho-Power - Chongqing Fengyu Electric Equipment Co. Ltd. - Choren Industrietechnik Gmbh - Clariant International - Community Power Corp. - Concord Blue Engineering Gmbh - Conocophillips - Core Biofuel - Corex (U.K.) Ltd. - Cortus Energy - Cosmo Powertech PVT. Ltd. - Creapor S.A. - Creative Energy Systems - Cynar Plc - Diversified Contractors Inc. - DKRW Advanced Fuels - DNV Gl Noble Denton - DPS Global - Dutemp Corp. - Dynamis Energy - E. B. Mechanism PVT. Ltd. - Ebara Corp. - Eco-Energys - Ecofogao - Ecoremedy Energy Technologies - Ener-G Holdings Plc - Energiron Danieli - Energy Works Group - Enerkem - Enersol Technologies Inc. - Enova Energy Group - Ensyn Corp. - Entrade Energy Corp - Envergent Technologies - Epic - ETA Heiztechnik Gmbh - Ethos Energy - Europlasma Group - Excelsior Energy Inc. - Frontline Bioenergy Llc - Fulcrum Bioenergy Inc. - Gasek OY - GB Energy Holding S.R.O. - GE Oil & Gas - Global Energy Collaborations - GP Green Energy Systems - Greatpoint Energy - GTS Syngas S.Rl./Gmbh - Haldor Topsoe A/S - Heat Transfer International (Hti) - Herz Energietechnik - Hitachi Zosen Corp. - Host Bioenergy - Husk Power Systems PVT. Ltd. - ICM Inc. - Ils-Partners Inc. - Inentec Inc. - Ineos Bio - Innerpoint Energy Corp. - Inertam - Infinite Energy Pvt. Ltd. - International Environmental Technologies Inc. (Iet) - Interstate Waste Technologies - Iqr Solutions AB - Japan Blue Energy Co. Ltd. - Jaroslav Cankar A Syn Atmos - Kawasaki Heavy Industries - KBR - Kinc Mineral Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Kinsei Sangyo Co. Ltd. - Klean Industries Inc. - Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co. Ltd. - Krann Engineering - Linc Energy Ltd. - Linde AG - Magnegas Corp. - Manglam Biomass Gasifiers - Maverick Synfuels - Metso Paper Inc. - Meva Energy AB - Midrex - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental And Chemical Engineering - Mothermik GMBH - Netpro Renewable Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd. - Nexterra Systems Corp. - Novo Energy Llc - Organic Energy Inc. - Outotec Energy Products - OVN Bio Energy PVT. Ltd. - Peat International - Peat International USA - PHG Energy - Phoenix Bioenergy Llc - Phoenix Energy - Phoenix Products - Phoenix Solutions Co. - Philcarbon - Plantec S.R.L. - Plasco Energy Group - Plasma Power Llc - Plasma2Energy - Powerhouse Energy Group Plc - Primus Green Energy - PRM Energy Systems Inc. - Pyrogenesis - Radhe Renewable Energy Development PVT. Ltd. - Recovered Energy Inc. - Renewables Plus SDN BHD - Rentech Inc. - Repotec Umwelttechnik GMBH - Rishipooja Energy And Engineering Co. - Saint-Gobain Industriekeramik Dusseldorf Gmbh - Sasol - Shell - Siemens Fuel Gasification Technology Gmbh - Sinerga S.A. - Sm Bioleum Resources PVT. Ltd. - Solena Group - Stak Properties Llc - Sundrop Fuels Inc. - Superior Gasification - Synata Bio (Formerly Coskata, Inc.) - Synergy Electric Pvt. Ltd. - Synterra Energy - Synthesis Energy Systems Inc. - Taim Weser S.A. - Takuma Co. Ltd. - Tangshan Keyuan Environmental Protection Technology & Equipment Co. Ltd. - Tarm Biomass - Taylor Biomass Energy Llc - Tenova Hyl (Part Of The Techint Group) - Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. - Tetronics Ltd. - Thermal Power Research Institute (Tpri) - Thermochem Recovery International Inc. - Thompson Spaven - Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG - Topline Energy System Llc - Trans Gas Development Systems - Trillion International PTE. Ltd. - Tutsel - Upgrade Energy - Urbaser S.A. - Vista International Technologies Inc. - Voestalpine AG - Waste To Energy Canada - W2E Ventures Inc. - WPP Energy Hk Ltd. - Wuxi Teneng Power Machinery Co. Ltd. - Xinbao Biomass Energy Co. Ltd. - Xuzhou Orient Industry Co. Ltd. - Zeachem Inc. - ZEEP - Zero Point Cleantech - Zhongde Waste Technology AG For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rjgxwh/global_markets


Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Markets for Gasifiers" report to their offering. The global market for new gasifiers is expected to reach 1088 units by 2021 from 887 units in 2016, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.0% from 2015 through 2021. This report identifies, characterizes, describes and forecasts the markets for gasifiers on a global and regional basis. Attention is given to national/state incentives, international agreements, regulatory regimes and political policies that foster, hinder or avoid the implementation of gasifiers. Forecasts are provided to estimate the robustness of the gasifier markets in their different size ranges, feedstocks and applications over time, covering the period of 2015 through 2021. This report provides market data under geographic segmentation as well as technology segmentation. Estimated values provided where available are based on manufacturers' total revenues. - An exploration of the global markets for gasifiers - Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015, estimates for 2016, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2021 - A breakdown of the types of gasifier technologies, including fixed-bed, fluidized-bed, entrained-flow, and plasma - Examinations of feedstocks, such as fossil fuel (coal, petcoke, and residuals), wood, forestry products, waste and waste wood, seed hulls, nut shells, organic refuse, and others (oil palm plantation waste, corn cobs and stover, coconut husks) - Examination of government support mechanisms, climate change policy impacts, and market expansion constraints, such as emissions, component costs, natural gas and shale gas prices, and land requirements for feedstocks - Profiles of major players in the industry Each region is unique in terms of feedstock availability and growth in gross domestic product (GDP). The gasifier market for each segment is analyzed in individual chapters. Under technology segmentation, the report divides the global market into eight technology applications: - Coal to energy (CTE). - Coal to liquids (CTL). - Biomass to energy (BTE). - Biomass to liquids (BTL). - Direct reduced iron (DRI) melting. - Pet coke (includes refinery residuals). - Waste to energy (WTE). - Plasma gasifiers. The status of technology development for each application is reviewed. The efficiencies possible under gasification and other competing technologies available in the specific markets determine the end cost to users. Gasifiers have become a mainstream product in a broad range of applications, which include central power stations, waste treatment, industrial chemicals production, on-site small industrial operations, district cogeneration, residences in rural economically poor areas and more. They are becoming an essential part of the energy conversion landscape and are already a multibillion-dollar-a-year diversified industry on a strong growth path globally. - Gasification - Gasifiers - Gasifier Manufacturers - Market Drivers - Study Goals And Objectives - Reasons For Doing The Study - Gasifier Market Structure - Types Of Gasifiers - Functional Distinguishing Design Features - Gasifier System Components - Physical Characteristics Of Gasifiers - Gasification + Direct Reduced Iron - Company-Specific Gasification Technologies - Suppliers That Offer Specific Technologies For The Gasifier Markets - Patent Analysis By Year - Core Patents On Gasifier Technologies - Patent Analysis By Company/Institution - Patent Analysis By Region - Patent Analysis By Technology - Laws And Regulations Impacting The Gasifier Markets In Western Europe - Financial Incentives For Gasifiers In Western Europe - Gasifier Markets In Western Europe - Energy Markets In Southeast Asia - Coal Market In Indonesia - Natural Gas In Southeast Asia - Biomass In Southeast Asia - Southeast Asian Gasifier Market Forecasts - Energy Markets In Eastern Europe - Forecasts For Gasifier Markets In Eastern Europe, Russia And The Middle East - Australia - New Zealand - Africa - Latin America And The Caribbean - Forecast Of The Gasifier Markets In The Southern Hemisphere 14: Directory Of Companies Active In The Global Gasifier Market - Aboriginal Cogeneration Corp. - Access Energy Technologies Ltd. - Adaptivearc Inc. - Advanced Plasma Power Ltd. - AESI Llc - Agilyx - AGRO Power Gasification Plant PVT. Ltd. - Air Liquide (Lurgi) - Air Products And Chemicals Inc. - Alentec - All Power Labs Llc - Alqimi (Formerly Absi) - Alstom - Alter Nrg Corp. - AMEC Foster Wheeler - AMEC Foster Wheeler - Global Power Group - Andritz AG - Ankur Scientific Energy Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Appro Technology - Arrya Hi-Tech Energy - Associated Engineering Works - Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S - Balboa Pacific Corp. - Bellwether Gasification Technologies Ltd. - Benreg Europe GMBH - Bioresidue Energy Technology Pvt. Ltd. - Btg Bioliquids - Careco (PVT.) Ltd. - Chanderpur Works Pvt. Ltd. - Changzheng Engineering Co. Ltd. - Chemrec AB - Chinook Sciences Llc - Cho-Power - Chongqing Fengyu Electric Equipment Co. Ltd. - Choren Industrietechnik Gmbh - Clariant International - Community Power Corp. - Concord Blue Engineering Gmbh - Conocophillips - Core Biofuel - Corex (U.K.) Ltd. - Cortus Energy - Cosmo Powertech PVT. Ltd. - Creapor S.A. - Creative Energy Systems - Cynar Plc - Diversified Contractors Inc. - DKRW Advanced Fuels - DNV Gl Noble Denton - DPS Global - Dutemp Corp. - Dynamis Energy - E. B. Mechanism PVT. Ltd. - Ebara Corp. - Eco-Energys - Ecofogao - Ecoremedy Energy Technologies - Ener-G Holdings Plc - Energiron Danieli - Energy Works Group - Enerkem - Enersol Technologies Inc. - Enova Energy Group - Ensyn Corp. - Entrade Energy Corp - Envergent Technologies - Epic - ETA Heiztechnik Gmbh - Ethos Energy - Europlasma Group - Excelsior Energy Inc. - Frontline Bioenergy Llc - Fulcrum Bioenergy Inc. - Gasek OY - GB Energy Holding S.R.O. - GE Oil & Gas - Global Energy Collaborations - GP Green Energy Systems - Greatpoint Energy - GTS Syngas S.Rl./Gmbh - Haldor Topsoe A/S - Heat Transfer International (Hti) - Herz Energietechnik - Hitachi Zosen Corp. - Host Bioenergy - Husk Power Systems PVT. Ltd. - ICM Inc. - Ils-Partners Inc. - Inentec Inc. - Ineos Bio - Innerpoint Energy Corp. - Inertam - Infinite Energy Pvt. Ltd. - International Environmental Technologies Inc. (Iet) - Interstate Waste Technologies - Iqr Solutions AB - Japan Blue Energy Co. Ltd. - Jaroslav Cankar A Syn Atmos - Kawasaki Heavy Industries - KBR - Kinc Mineral Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Kinsei Sangyo Co. Ltd. - Klean Industries Inc. - Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co. Ltd. - Krann Engineering - Linc Energy Ltd. - Linde AG - Magnegas Corp. - Manglam Biomass Gasifiers - Maverick Synfuels - Metso Paper Inc. - Meva Energy AB - Midrex - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental And Chemical Engineering - Mothermik GMBH - Netpro Renewable Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd. - Nexterra Systems Corp. - Novo Energy Llc - Organic Energy Inc. - Outotec Energy Products - OVN Bio Energy PVT. Ltd. - Peat International - Peat International USA - PHG Energy - Phoenix Bioenergy Llc - Phoenix Energy - Phoenix Products - Phoenix Solutions Co. - Philcarbon - Plantec S.R.L. - Plasco Energy Group - Plasma Power Llc - Plasma2Energy - Powerhouse Energy Group Plc - Primus Green Energy - PRM Energy Systems Inc. - Pyrogenesis - Radhe Renewable Energy Development PVT. Ltd. - Recovered Energy Inc. - Renewables Plus SDN BHD - Rentech Inc. - Repotec Umwelttechnik GMBH - Rishipooja Energy And Engineering Co. - Saint-Gobain Industriekeramik Dusseldorf Gmbh - Sasol - Shell - Siemens Fuel Gasification Technology Gmbh - Sinerga S.A. - Sm Bioleum Resources PVT. Ltd. - Solena Group - Stak Properties Llc - Sundrop Fuels Inc. - Superior Gasification - Synata Bio (Formerly Coskata, Inc.) - Synergy Electric Pvt. Ltd. - Synterra Energy - Synthesis Energy Systems Inc. - Taim Weser S.A. - Takuma Co. Ltd. - Tangshan Keyuan Environmental Protection Technology & Equipment Co. Ltd. - Tarm Biomass - Taylor Biomass Energy Llc - Tenova Hyl (Part Of The Techint Group) - Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. - Tetronics Ltd. - Thermal Power Research Institute (Tpri) - Thermochem Recovery International Inc. - Thompson Spaven - Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG - Topline Energy System Llc - Trans Gas Development Systems - Trillion International PTE. Ltd. - Tutsel - Upgrade Energy - Urbaser S.A. - Vista International Technologies Inc. - Voestalpine AG - Waste To Energy Canada - W2E Ventures Inc. - WPP Energy Hk Ltd. - Wuxi Teneng Power Machinery Co. Ltd. - Xinbao Biomass Energy Co. Ltd. - Xuzhou Orient Industry Co. Ltd. - Zeachem Inc. - ZEEP - Zero Point Cleantech - Zhongde Waste Technology AG For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fxprjx/global_markets

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