SNCR News

  • Role of Power Plant Consulting Firms in IIoT and Remote O&M

    Power plant engineering and consulting firms have both a big potential IIoT opportunity but also the threat of a radically different environment which would reduce revenues. Positive Aspects of IIoT & Remote O&M empowered by IIoW for consulting companies: Substantial revenues directly ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Huge NOx Control Program in China will Boost Catalyst and SCR System Sales

    Chinese utilities will be starting up more than 45,000 MW of new coal-fired boilers per year in China over the next seven years. This will result in coal capacity exceeding 1,100 GW. Most of the new capacity will be equipped with SCR. This prediction is made by the McIlvaine Company in its NOx Control World Markets report. To view the impact on the world market, it is beneficial to view the ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • CCA Announces Bookings in Excess of $10 Million Through March 2013

    Combustion Components Associates, Inc. (CCA) today announced record bookings in excess of $10 million through the first four months of its 2013 fiscal year. Major orders were received for low NOx burners (LNB), selective non catalytic reduction (SNCR) and urea based selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems from a broad range of domestic customers in the utility, chemical, pulp and paper and ...


  • Chinese power plants emit as much NOX as all the passenger cars in the world

    China has spent more on equipment to reduce NOx from power plants in the last two years than any other country, but it has a long way to go. The installed capacity of deNOx systems at the end of 2010 was 58,000 MW. This means that about 10 percent of the total coal-fired capacity of 600,000 MW is fitted with deNOx equipment. By contrast, two-thirds of the capacity is fitted with ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • NOx control market will exceed $15 billion/yr over the next decade

    The world market for stationary selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems and for the consumable catalysts will exceed $15 billion/yr over the next 10 years. The market for the consumable catalysts will grow steadily to exceed $2 billion/yr by 2020. The market for NOx control capital equipment will fluctuate year to year from $7 to $20 billion/yr. These are the atest forecasts in NOx Control ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Altech awarded major order in the USA

    CB&I has awarded Altech (US subsidiary of Environnement S.A) a contract to supply 16 CEMS systems for gas fired process heaters at a new LNG facility being constructed for a Exxon Mobil in Port Arthur, Texas. The system is unique in that to comply to strict TCEQ regulations for stationary sources with SCR/SNCR DENOx systems. Each CEMS is monitoring NOx, CO and 02. The client has chosen the ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • Demand for FGD, SCR, and dust collectors to remain strong after 2010

    A large number of SCR and FGD systems have been ordered as a result of CAIR.  There is a big revenue peak in 2009 and the impact dwindles after 2010. The question is, where does the market go from there?  The answer is that nothing is certain.  There are many positive and negative events which could impact sales in the 15 years through 2023, but the McIlvaine Company conclusion is that all U.S. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Keppel expands environmental footprint with S$13.5 million contract and strategic partnership in Tianjin

    SINGAPORE, 10 August 2006 Keppel Seghers, the environmental technology division of Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE), has secured a S$13.5 million contract from Tianjin Taihuan Recycling Resources Utilization Co. Ltd to provide technologies and services for its waste-to-energy (WtE) plant. Keppel Seghers will supply, install and commission its air-cooled grate and nitrogen oxide removal ...


    By Keppel Seghers

  • Strengthening market leadership in China WtE solutions

    Keppel Seghers, the environmental technology division of Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE) has secured a $13.5 million contract from Tianjin Taihuan Recycling Resources Utilisation Co. Ltd to provide technologies and services for its waste-to-energy (WtE) plant. Keppel Seghers will supply, install and commission its air-cooled grate and nitrogen oxide removal using SNCR (Selective Non ...


    By Keppel Seghers

  • Keppel secures S$30 million contract for first waste-to-energy plant in Finland

    SINGAPORE, 12 July 2006 - Keppel Seghers, the environmental technology division of Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE), has secured a S$30 million (€15 million) contract to provide technologies and services for the first waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Finland. Awarded by Kotkan Energia which supplies power to the city of Kotka, the WTE plant will be able to turn 300 tonnes of municipal solid ...


    By Keppel Seghers

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