June 2013

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: A glance at the 2014 NOx control market

Stationary sources around the world will spend $11 billion in 2014 for capital equipment and consumables to control NOx. This is the latest projection in a report published by McIlvaine Co.The utility..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Stationary sources around the world will spend $11 billion in 2014 for capital equipment and consumables to control NOx. This is the latest projection in a report published by McIlvaine Co. The utility industry will be the biggest purchaser, accounting for 81% of the total. Industrial boilers in pulp and paper, chemical and other industries will be the second-largest purchasing category. Cement plants will be a relatively small purchaser of hardware, but will account for 9% of the reagent consumption. At one time, only a small percentage of gas turbines were fitted with selective catalytic reduction (SCR). However, many new turbines are now being equipped with SCR. Peaking turbines were pr

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