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China Reactive Power Compensation Device Industry 2015 Forecasts in New Research Report at ChinaMarketResearchReports.com

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

Stimulated by the continuous improvement of Chinas industrial and residential electricity demand, increasing investment in power grid, and accelerated development of reactive power compensation industry, the market scale of reactive power compensation device industry has been expanding.

Currently the most widely used reactive power compensation devices are still the traditional reactive power compensation devices and Static Var Compensator (SVC). The traditional reactive power compensation devices mainly include high voltage shunt capacitor bank reactive power compensation devices, which occupy about 80% of the market. Static Var Generator (SVG) only applies more in wind power, steel, metallurgy, rail transit, and its application in power grid is still in the pilot stage, having not formed a large market scale but with great market potential.

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With the gradual maturity and improvement of SVC and SVG technology, the product costs have been dropping, the application field will continue to expand, and the market share will also increase, while the market share of shunt capacitor reactive power compensation device will decline.

Under current conditions, the actual demand for SVC products occupies about 30% of the total demand for reactive power compensation devices. In the next decade, due to the increase in installed capacity, the annual average demand for reactive power compensation products from the power industry will exceed 96 million kvar, and the annual average demand for SVC products will remain over 28.8 million kvar.

China Reactive Power Compensation Device Industry Report, 2013-2015 of ResearchInChina focuses on the followings:

The Kitsault Energy Team from British Columbia, Canada is visiting Beijing, September 2-6, 2013, to meet with potential Investors and Customers in China


Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) September 01, 2013

The Kitsault Energy Team from British Columbia, Canada is visiting Beijing September 2 – 6 to meet with potential investors and customers in China for the export of LNG and Methanol from Northwest British Columbia, Canada.

Mr. Krishnan Suthanthiran, the President of Kitsault Energy, will be a Speaker at the upcoming Canada LNG Export Forum Conference, September 17-19, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Kitsault Energy, will continue to work with potential partners, for upstream, midstream and downstream activities, in Canada and Asia, to expedite the planning, permitting, approvals, establishing strong, positive and mutually beneficial relationship with First Nation Governments, (for education, job training, healthcare, jobs, economic opportunities, and community and regional development) to execute speedy and environmentally friendly construction of the various aspects of the NG, LNG & Methanol supply, operation and transportation.

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The Multi Phase Project includes, Phase I-A& I-B, II and III and is as follows: Phase I-A – A rail line from Terrace to Kitsault and a private airport, 48″” Diameter Natural Gas pipeline to Kitsault (Kitsault Gas Transmission Line KGTL), FLNG, and export terminal and facilities for exporting 5 Million Tons LNG or more per year – 8 to 10 Billion USD project estimated cost and time line for shipping LNG, in 2017. Phase I-B Establishment of Methanol production and exportation. Phase II – A land based LNG facility and operation, additional export facility as needed, at an estimated cost of 8-10 Billion USD for producing up to 30 Million Tons of LNG per year, targeted completion in 2020 or sooner. Other opportunities to expand Energy export capabilities as needed in the future – phase III, at an estimated cost of 5-10 Billion USD and completion by 2020 or sooner.

Kitsault Energy (KE) continues to make progress in arranging the financing for the construction of FLNG Ship and Pipeline supplies. KE is having discussions with potential buyers of LNG & Methanol and upstream producers of Natural Gas.

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China Refractory Material Market Growth and Global Analysis in New Research Report at ReportsnReports.com

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

Affected by the factors such as slowdown in growth rates of downstream sectors like iron and steel, building materials, and glass as well as the reduced demand of refractories for infrastructure construction, Chinas refractory materials production in 2012 fell 4.43% over the previous year to 28.1891 million tons, of which, magnesia bricks, magnesium carbon & alumina magnesia carbon, and siliceous brick dropped sharply, down 15.94%, 8.45% and 8.37% YoY respectively.

In terms of export in 2012, both volume and value of refractory raw materials (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/267599-global-and-china-refractory-material-industry-report-2013.html) fell down, but refractory products broke the 2-million-ton mark again, climbing 4.4% YoY to 2.0397 million tons; export price even increased by 7.08%.

With respect to the product, China has been promoting the development of high-quality energy-efficient unshaped refractories. In 2012, the proportion of unshaped refractories in the total refractories production there firstly exceeded 40%, but compared with industrially advanced countries, the proportion is still lower; the goal is to hit 60% in 2020.

In addition, R & D of chrome-free refractories is also the focus of industry development. So far some companies in cement kiln refractories, in refractories for AOD furnace and companies in refractories for RH furnace have made many successful attempts, followed by vigorous promotion. As far as enterprises are concerned, China through mergers and acquisitions has had a few competitive refractory companies.

According to the Opinions on Promoting the Healthy Development of Refractory Industry issued by the MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) in February 2013, China will continue to promote joint reorganization and enhance industrial concentration in the future; form 2~3 internationally competitive enterprises and create a number of new industrialization demonstration bases, with industrial concentration of the top ten companies reaching 25% by 2015; up to 45% by 2020.

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Furthermore, mergers and reorganizations among international refractory companies have never ceased, either; till now, leading players like Vesuvius, RHI, Magnesita, Krosaki-Harima have emerged. By the end of 2012, the worlds top ten refractories enterprises had conducted operations in China.

Key Companies Worldwide: Vesuvius, RHI, Magnesita Refrat