Research Report on Boiler Industry in China, 2014-2018

Huge market potential for gas fired boilers exists in cities on the West-East Gas Pipeline and the imported natural gas pipeline, and coastal cities capable of importing liquid gas.
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General

Publisher:
CRI
Geography Covered
China
Pages
40
Version:
2014
Charts:
30
Language
  • English
  • Chinese
Format
License

Description
Coal is the major fuel in industry and people’s daily life in China. Most coal used in industrial boilers is unwashed raw coal with high content of ash and sulphur, and large granularity, which leads to low combustion efficiency and high emission volume of pollutants. According to statistics, 45%-65% of air pollution in cities is generated by the raw coal. Therefore, the most rapid and effective method to solve air pollution is to replace coal with gas.

In early 1980s, to improve residents’ life and alleviate environment pollution, many commercial gas projects were launched by local governments to raise the popularity of gas in cities, which remarkably promoted the production and development of gas fired boilers. However, the technology upgrading and market promotion of gas fired boilers stagnated after 1990s because of the high cost of gas and the sluggish construction of gas pipe network. Additionally, most industrial boilers used coal instead of gas as the fuel.

Gas fired boilers develop rapidly as the gas pipe network is improved and the mining and marketing of domestic gas accelerate in the 21st century. Recently, as environment pollution deteriorates, Chinese government manages to restrain the use of coal fired boilers while enterprises are subsidized by local governments to finish the transformation from coal to gas. Market shares of coal fired boilers are rapidly occupied by gas fired boilers in China.

The transformation from a single coal-fired machine into a gas-fired one without government subsidies is not economical. However, it is operational to integrate several coal-fired machines into a set of gas-fired machinery with centralized power and heat supply.

It is expected that the denitration projects in key areas will be established in China by the end of 2014. With industrial emission as the next focus, Chinese government issues a series of measures to control the emission of industrial pollutants, including Major Projects in the Twelfth Five-Year (2011-2015) Plan for Air Pollution Prevention in Key Areas, Recommendations on Accelerating the Development of Energy-saving and Environment-Friendly Industries, and Emission Standards for Air Pollutants of Boilers (Draft). Meanwhile, local governments adopt active measures to control industrial emission, including the popular projects like “transformation from coal to natural gas” and “transformation from coal to electricity”.

Major customers of commercial gas-fired boilers are high-end hotels, major government agencies, hospitals, large-scale retailers, office buildings and high-end residential areas. The market exhibits huge potential for growth as the business expands into industrial fields and ordinary residential areas in China.

Huge market potential for gas fired boilers exists in cities on the West-East Gas Pipeline and the imported natural gas pipeline, and coastal cities capable of importing liquid gas.

As an eco-friendly product, gas fired boiler will gain remarkable development due to the supportive policies of Chinese government. It is anticipated that gas fired boilers will become the mainstream products in Chinese boiler market in the coming years.

Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
-Supply and Demand Status of Industrial Boilers in China
-Government Policies of Boiler Industry in China
-Reasons of the Transformation from Coal to Gas Fired Boilers
-Competition Status of Boiler Market in China
-Major Manufacturers of Boilers in China
-Prospect of China Boiler Industry

The following enterprises and people are recommended to purchase this report:
-Manufacturers and Trading Enterprises of Industrial Boilers
-Users of Industrial Boilers
-Investors/Research Institutes Concerned about Industrial Boiler Industry

Table of Contents
1 Overview of Boilers in China
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.2 Coal Fired Boilers
1.3 Gas Fired Boilers
1.3.1 Introduction of Gas Fired Boilers
1.3.2 Advantages of Gas Fired Boilers
1.4 Economic Analysis of the Project of Replacing Coal Fired Boilers with Natural Gas Fired Boilers
1.4.1 High Cost of Fuel
1.4.2 Comparison of Demand for Establishment and Reconstruction

2 Environment Protection Policies Related to Boiler Industry Published by China Government, 2013-2014
2.1 Reconstruction Policies of Coal Fired Boilers
2.1.1 Policies Published by Ministry of Environmental Protection of China
2.2 Energy Conservation and Environment Protection Included in Government Assessment
2.3 New Standards of Boiler Emission
2.4 Industrial Boilers as the Market Priority

3 Demand for Gas Fired Boilers in China
3.1 Exhaust Heat Boilers of Gas in Power Stations
3.2 Demand for Industrial Gas Fired Boilers
3.3 Estimates on Demand for Gas Fired Boilers
3.4 Analysis of Supply and Demand of Natural Gas in China
3.4.1 Production Volume
3.4.2 Demand Volume

4 Competition Pattern of Gas Fired Boiler Market in China
4.1 Market of Large-scale Power Stations and Natural Gas Distributed Generation (DG)
4.1.1 Joint Bidding
4.2 Industrial Gas Fired Boilers
4.2.1 Production Volume
4.2.2 Market Competition

5 Major Boiler Manufacturers in China, 2011-2014
5.1 Harbin Boiler Company Limited
5.2 Dongfang Boiler Group Co., Ltd. (DBC)
5.3 Shanghai Boiler Works Co., Ltd.
5.4 Hangzhou Boiler Group Co., Ltd.
5.5 Taishan Group
5.6 Babcock & Wilcox Beijing Company Ltd.
5.7 Wuxi Huaguang Boiler Co., Ltd.
5.8 China Western Power Industrial Co., Ltd.
5.9 Jinan Boiler Group Co., Ltd.
5.10 Suzhou Hailu Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.
5.11 Anhui Jinding Boiler Co., Ltd.
5.12 Wuhan Boiler Company Ltd.
5.13 Wuxi Huaguang Industrial Boiler Co., Ltd.
5.14 Changsha Boiler Plant Co., Ltd.

6 Prospect of Boiler Industry in China, 2014-2018
6.1 Factors Influencing Development
6.1.1 Government Policies
6.1.2 Economic Environment
6.2 Forecast on Supply
6.3 Forecast on Demand
6.4 Recommendations on Development and Investment

Selected Charts
Chart Boiler Parc in China, 2005-2013
Chart Distribution of Production Volume of Industrial Boilers in Major Enterprises (by Fuel), 2010
Chart Unit Amount of Investment in Certain Gas Fired Machine Sets in China
Chart Comparison of Initial Investment in Coal-to-Gas Fired Boiler Transformation and Fume Treatment of Coal Fired Boilers
Chart Comparison of Fuel and Operation Costs in Coal-to-Gas Fired Boiler Transformation and Fume Treatment of Coal Fired Boilers
Chart Coal Fired Boiler Transformation in the Twelfth Five-Year (2011-2015) Plan for Air Pollution Prevention in Key Areas
Chart Emission Standards for Air Pollutants of Boilers (Draft, 2013 Edition)
Chart First Demonstration Projects of Distributed Energy Sources of Natural Gas in China
Chart Production Volume of Natural Gas in China, 2005-2013
Chart Annual Coal Consumption of Industrial Boilers in Key Areas
Chart Major Domestic Manufacturers of Gas Turbines in China
Chart Competition Pattern of Boilers in Large-scale Power Stations in China
Chart Production Volume of Exhaust Heat Boilers in China
Chart Production Volume of Industrial Boilers and Boilers for Power Stations in China, 2008-2013
Chart Major Manufacturers of Industrial Boilers in China
Chart Forecast on Production Volume of Boilers in China, 2014-2018

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