An exclusive webcast from Industrial Info Resources that features leading industry experts discussing future trends and spending activities in the industrial market. Each week a new topic is highlighted covering one of twelve industrial segments in a short 15 minute, knowledge filled, webcast. Navigating the Currents of Change is your compass to help you navigate through the uncertainty in today’s marketplace.
In this edition of "Navigating the Currents of Change," join Randy Godet, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Food & Beverage Industry, as he discusses the escalating growth of the global Sugar Industry.
This year is shaping up to be a transitional year for the North American Power Industry as changing market trends and looming regulations and legislation shape the course of the industry. One of the sectors facing the most change is the coal-fired sector, which is encountering increasing environmental regulations such as the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) regulations, for which Industrial Info is seeing approximately $5 billion to $6 billion in spending over the next few years.
While 2012 brought approximately $33 billion in spending in the U.S. Oil & Gas Industry, 2013 is shaping up to be even better. Industrial Info is forecasting that approximately $40 billion will be spent in the industry this year.
Join Trey Hamblet, Industrial Info's Vice President of Research for the Chemical Processing Industry, along with the host of "Navigating the Currents of Change," to learn more about the development and trends that Industrial Info expects to see in the Chemical Processing Industry in 2013 and beyond.
Construction activity in the North American Metals & Minerals Industry is peaking. The rapid growth in activity witnessed in 2011 and 2012 has leveled off. The Metals & Minerals Industry is on track for around $35 billion in project starts in 2012.
According to Chris Paschall, Industrial Info's vice president for global refining research, "The Midwest and the Gulf Coast regions are the areas that are really benefitting the most from the current landscape. The Midwest has the easiest access to Bakken crude, while the import/export capabilities of Gulf Coast refiners allow them to pick and choose their feedstocks from around the world and then export product for a premium profit."
Join Mr. Paschall as he discusses the current situation and future trends in the Petroleum Refining Industry.
The U.S. obtains about 8% of its overall electricity from hydroelectric power, making it the largest renewable power source in the U.S. according to Brock Ramey, Industrial Info's manager for North American Power Industry Research. In this edition of "Navigating the Currents of Change," Ramey discusses the current North American hydropower landscape and what we can expect in the future.
The outlook for capital and maintenance spending in North America's Electric Power industry has been shifted dramatically over the last 12 months by legislative and regulatory decisions, operational issues and fuel prices, Brock Ramey, Industrial Info's manager of North American Power, said in an exclusive "Navigating the Currents of Change" webcast. Hear Ramey reflect on the dramatic changes that are driving billions of dollars of spending for U.S. generators.
Industrial Info is currently tracking more than $50 billion in transmission projects in North America that are planned to begin construction within the next five years. In this week's "Navigating the Currents of Change" webcast, Brock Ramey, Industrial Info's manager for North American Power Industry Research, discusses some of the important issues facing the power transmission sector.
There is no arguing that the entire Pharma-Biotech Industry has undergone a massive reorganization that is still not complete. But reports of the industry's demise were premature to say the least. A recent analysis of North American projects found in the Pharmaceutical-Biotech Tracker - Online Database reveals 713 active capital and maintenance (MRO) projects, with a combined total investment value (TIV) of $14.5 billion, that are scheduled to begin construction in 2012.
Join Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info's vice president for Pharmaceutical-Biotech Industry research, in this week's "Navigating the Currents of Change" webcast for an in-depth discussion on the industry that touches everyone's life.
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