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世界のバラスト水処理システム市場:規制改革を踏まえた各種技術のビジネスチャンス

Ballast Water Treatment Market: Opportunities for Technologies in Light of Regulation Changes

発行 Global Water Intelligence 商品コード 324511
出版日 ページ情報 英文 32 Pages
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世界のバラスト水処理システム市場:規制改革を踏まえた各種技術のビジネスチャンス Ballast Water Treatment Market: Opportunities for Technologies in Light of Regulation Changes
出版日: 2015年03月31日 ページ情報: 英文 32 Pages
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バラスト水をテーマにした調査レポートを3月末にリリース予定です。当レポートでは参入各社の処理能力や承認技術、規制、市場予測などの情報を提供いたします。造船、プラントエンジニアリング他、海洋資源における研究機関様なども注目のレポートです。
概要

国際海事機関(IMO)で採択されたバラスト水処理装置の搭載を義務付ける条約が多くの国々で批准され、米国沿岸警備隊(USCG)がバラスト水処理技術を初めて承認するなど、新たな動きが活発化するなか、2015年には、バラスト水処理技術に対する投資が急速に伸びると見られています。USCGなどの公的機関による承認は、バラスト水処理システム(BWTS)の供給企業が最も必要としているものであり、こうした承認を得ることができれば、市場内で極めて有利な地位を築くことができます。

BWTSの供給企業は、この市場の主要な企業として自他共に認められる存在となり、新たなビジネスチャンスを全面的に生かすことができるような体制を整える必要があります。現在設置されているBWTSは、世界全体で数千台に留まっており、その大部分はアジア諸国で建造されている新造船用です。しかし、世界各地で既存船舶の改造が必要になれば、市場の力学は大きく変化し、市場規模も急速に拡大します。BWTSを搭載した船舶は、今後数年で6万隻を超える見通しであり、それに伴ってシステムの販売台数も大幅に増加すると思われます。本調査レポートは、規制遵守を迫られる海運業界の企業や、競争力を維持するため市場の将来像を的確に把握する必要に迫られているBWTSメーカーにとって、必要不可欠の資料といえます。

本調査レポートは、新たに形成されつつあるこの市場で成功裏に事業を展開するのに役立つ重要性の高い情報を提供するものです。

調査レポートの主な内容

  • IMOで採択された条約の現状
  • USCGが導入している規制の意味
  • 承認を受けた技術のタイプ
  • BWTS市場の主な企業と市場シェアの予測
  • 市場の成長率

本調査レポートの分析を通じて、競合企業各社の力関係を把握し、市場におけるビジネスチャンスを生かすための戦略を練り上げることができます。

目次

A surge of investment in ballast water treatment is expected in 2015, due to the imminent ratification of the IMO Convention and the first USCG approved ballast water treatment technology. The USCG type approval is currently the most wanted stamp among BWTS suppliers and could provide them with a huge advantage in the market. This timely GWI Analysts' Report will provide you with key information to help you to be successful in this emerging market.

Ballast water treatment system (BWTS) suppliers need to act now to position themselves as a key player in this market and to take full advantage of the emerging opportunities. Currently there are a few thousand BWTSs installed in the world, with a vast majority on new builds which are largely being constructed in Asia. However, the need to retrofit existing ships in all parts of the world is expected to change the market dynamics and increase market size. It is predicted that over 60,000 vessels will be fitted with BWTSs in the next few years, and sales of systems are expected to grow accordingly during this period. Whether you are in the marine shipping industry and need to comply with regulations or a BWTS supplier that needs to understand the future of this market to remain competitive - this report is a must-have resource for your business.

The report investigates:

  • The current status of the IMO Convention
  • Implications of the USCG regulations
  • Type approved technologies
  • The key players in the market and their predicted market shares
  • Offers market growth rates

These features will enable you to understand the competitive dynamic and plan your strategy for capitalising on the market.

Market Drivers

International Maritime Organization Ballast Water Management Convention

In 2004, the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) BWM Convention was adopted to prevent the spread of invasive species and minimise damage to the marine eco-system. The Convention requires approval by at least 30 countries representing 35% of worlds merchant shipping tonnage, of which almost 33% have already signed up, raising hopes that the 35% will be reached in 2015.

After ratification, the IMO standards will take 12 months to come into force, at which point ship owners are expected to increase the pace at which they purchase systems. The testing procedure guidelines (G8 guidelines) that BWTSs need to adhere to in order to comply with IMO's Convention are also under discussion in 2015, with the potential application of a ‘grandfathering period' as a major topic of review. BWTS suppliers need to strategically position their business in the market at the right time - this report will ensure you are up to date with the status of the Convention and the approved technology suppliers in the industry.

US Coastguard Ballast Water Discharge Standard

Although the IMO convention is a long-awaited game-changer for the market, it appears that the more stringent USCG approval process will be the more crucial decider in spurring the market into action. In 2012, the US Coastguard (USCG) enforced its own regulations, requiring that all ships calling at US ports which intend to discharge ballast water must either carry out ballast water exchange or ballast water treatment, in addition to fouling and sediment management. As of yet, no BWTSs have been approved to USCG standards and there are a limited number of assessors available to test treatment technologies to this level. However, with several technologies close to gaining this acceptance, it is expected that the first such approval will occur in 2015. The first BWTS suppliers to gain this approval will have a key advantage in this market- this report will help you understand USCG regulations and available systems that will allow you to ship in the U.S. waters.

Opportunities

Ballast Water Treatment Market helps you understand where the biggest opportunities lie and how to capitalise on these prospects by tailoring your solution to the demands of the market.

  • Analysis of currently type approved BWTS's to show you which solutions are best suited to your shipping operations
  • Identify current gaps in technologies and understand your competition better
  • Find out which BWTS suppliers have the capabilities to meet the complex requirements that are associated with the growing number of retrofits
  • Understand how to comply in the wake of changing regulations

Key Features

Over the next few years the market is set to grow significantly as ship owners and ship builders invest in ballast water treatment systems to comply with developing regulations.

This timely report offers:

  • Analysis of regulatory market drivers - the report assesses how the IMO Convention and USCG regulations will impact the adoption of approved technologies over the next five years, so ship owners and suppliers can understand the direction of the market and make smart business decisions.
  • Technology opportunities - we analyse type approved BWTSs and shipping industry demands - understand the limitations and advantages of different technologies and tailor your solutions to emerging trends to win a share in the market.
  • Market analysis, size and growth forecasts - global market forecast for expenditure on ballast water treatment systems, so you can analyse the prospects for your solution and offer the right solution at the right time.
  • Understand the competitive dynamics of the market - we analyse different market players and explain their relationship with each other, so you can plan your route into the market. Our report will give you a competitive advantage in this transition period.

Market Forecast Categories

1. Liquid-solids removal

  • e.g. Filtration
  • Hydrocyclones
  • Sedimentation

2. Disinfection

  • e.g. UV
  • Ozonation
  • Chlorine
  • Electro-chlorination
  • Chlorine dioxide CIO2

Table of Contents

Executive summary

  • Current status: surging market
    • Expected annual installations of BWTS after IMO ratification in 2015, 2016KKKKK or 2017
  • Technology trends
    • Number of IMO type approved BWTS by main technology categories
  • Market dynamics
  • Future outlook
    • Capital expenditure on BWTS by technology, 2014-2020

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. Ballast water: importance and issues
  • 1.2. Global shipping routes
    • Figure 1.1: Global shipping activity
    • Figure 1.2: Occurrence of invasive species around the world
  • 1.3. Addressing the spread of invasive species
    • 1.3.1. Ballast water exchange
    • 1.3.2. Ballast water management
  • 1.4. Purpose of this report

2. Regulations

  • 2.1. IMO convention
    • Figure 2.1: IMO BWM Convention D-2KKKKK Standard
    • Figure 2.2: IMO Ballast Water Management Implementation Timeline
  • 2.2. US Coast Guard Final Rule
    • Figure 2.3: USCG Final Rule vessel compliance schedule
  • 2.3. EPA Vessel General Permit (VGP)
  • 2.4. Key industry concerns about regulations

3. Ballast water treatment systems

  • 3.1. Challenges/Issues
  • 3.2. Current BWTS on the market
    • Figure 3.1: IMO type approved and AMS accepted ballast water treatment systems
    • Figure 3.2: Ballast water treatment train
    • Figure 3.3: Number of IMO type approved BWTS by main technology categories
    • Figure 3.4: Typical applicability of disinfection technologies to highly turbid waters
    • 3.2.1. Solid-liquid separation
      • 3.2.1.1. Filtration
      • 3.2.1.2. Hydrocyclones
    • 3.2.2. Disinfection
      • 3.2.2.1. Ultraviolet radiation (UV)
        • Figure 3.5: UV Transmittance around the world
      • 3.2.2.2. Electrochlorination
      • 3.2.2.3. Advanced oxidation
        • Figure 3.6: Advanced oxidation types used in BWTS
      • 3.2.2.4. Other technologies
        • Figure 3.7: Summary of ballast water treatment disinfection methods
  • 3.3. BWTS withdrawn from the market
  • 3.4. Emerging solutions

4. Market analysis

  • 4.1. Market overview
    • Figure 4.1: Number of BWTS installations by technology type
    • Figure 4.2: Number of BWTS installations by ship type
    • Figure 4.3: Number of BWTS installations by technology and ship type
    • Figure 4.4: Number of BWTS installations by ballast tank size
  • 4.2. BWTS suppliers
    • 4.2.1. Current market
      • Figure 4.5: BWTS supplier by country of origin
    • 4.2.2. Future market
    • 4.2.3. Succeeding in the ballast water treatment market
      • Figure 4.6: Known investments in ballast water treatment since 2006
  • 4.3. Market forecast
    • Figure 4.7: Breakdown of global merchant fleet by ship type and ballast tank size
    • 4.3.1. Ratification of the IMO convention
    • 4.3.2. Demand for ballast water treatment
      • Figure 4.8: Number of ships expected to be fitted with BWTS in three scenarios, 2013-2020
    • 4.3.3. Profile of ballast water treatment systems
      • Figure 4.9: Average number of systems and capacity installed by ship type
      • Figure 4.10: Number of ballast water treatment systems installed per year, 2013-2020
    • 4.3.4. Spending on ballast water treatment
      • Figure 4.11: Number of BWTS installed by technology, 2014-2020
      • Figure 4.12: Capacity of BWTS installed by technology, 2014-2020
      • Figure 4.13: Capital expenditure on BWTS by technology, 2013-2020
      • Figure 4.14: Capital expenditure on BWTS by ship type, 2013-2020
      • Figure 4.15: Capital expenditure on BWTS by equipment category, 2013-2020

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