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2010 Deep Research Report on Global and China Thin Film Solar Cell Industry

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Bharatbook added a new report on “2010 Deep Research Report on Global and China Thin Film Solar Cell Industry” which was a professional and depth research report on global and China thin film solar cell industry chain.

2010 Deep Research Report on Global and China Thin Film Solar Cell Industry was a professional and depth research report on global and China thin film solar cell industry chain. In the report, the following information will be included:

Global or China thin film (CdTe CIS/CIGS a-Si(Single Tandam or triple junction) amorphous/microcrystalline[a-Si/μc-Si] double junction) etc) Manufacturing Process and related technology information;
2008-2014 Global and China thin film solar cell Manufacturers capacity,production and expansions
Market share by manufacturers by regions by technology (CdTe CIS/CIGS a-Si a-Si/μc-Si etc);
Global and China Building or Planning thin film new projects and related infomrations about these new comers;
2008-2014 global and China thin film solar cell supply demand and shortage
Global and China thin film solar cell (module) Cost Price Value and Profit Margin
USA EU Japan China Taiwan etc regional thin film solar cell production and market share
CdTe CIS/CIGS a-Si(Single Tandam or triple junction) amorphous/microcrystalline[a-Si/μc-Si] double junction) manufacturing process and their produtions and market share
13 items (such as Products,Revenue,Raw Materials and Equipments,Clients,Capacity Expansions etc) of each manufacturer (more than 100 thin film manufacturers)
Thin film raw materials and equipment suppliers and relationship
Thin film raw materials cost structure and China PV subsidy policy and related PV power station investment return analysis.
Thin film solar cell or module efficiency of all manufacturers in the world and China
Thin film solar cell industry development trend (2010-2014) and related conclusions
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In a word, it was a deep research report on global and china thin film solar energy industry chain. And thanks to the global and China thin film marketing or technology experts support during QYResearch thin film research team survey and interviews.

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Well Stimulation Materials

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Bharatbook added a new report on “Well Stimulation Materials” which tells US demand for oil and gas well stimulation materials. Well Stimulation Materials to 2014

Rebounding oilfield activity to fuel US well stimulation materials demand
US demand for oil and gas well stimulation materials is projected to post doubledigit gains and exceed $7 billion in 2014, buoyed by renewed efforts to reduce dependence on foreign energy sources, particularly from unfriendly or unstable countries. Well stimulation services are necessary in order to maximize the output from aging US oil and gas fields, and to optimize production in unconventional settings such as tight gas, shale and coal bed methane. The Haynesville Shale in East Texas/Western Louisiana and the Marcellus Shale in the Eastern US are among the areas generating the most enthusiasm in terms of their productive potential; and hydraulic fracturing is critical to the successful development of these formations.

In conventional production environments, the increasing prevalence of deeper wells in harsher environments — such as in extremely deep offshore waters — will increase the demand for higher performance engineered ceramic proppants and other value-added materials. The exploitation of coal beds and tight sands for the production of natural gas will intensify the need for hydraulic fracturing systems that are less damaging to low permeability formations. Finally, despite a retreat from the lofty prices of 2007 and 2008, oil and gas prices are expected to remain historically high in the coming years, which will encourage new drilling and efforts to maximize the output from marginally producing wells. (more…)

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