03-15-2019 11:29 AM CET - Energy & Environment

Marine Emission Control System Market to garner hefty proceeds from commercial applications over 2018-2024 | Major Companies are Tenneco, Valmet, DuPont, Damen Shipyards Group, Alfa Laval, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Mitsubi, MAN Energy Solutions

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Marine Emission Control System Market
Marine Emission Control System Market

Marine Emission Control System Market growth is driven by increasing GHG emissions and a rise in the level of air pollution from ships. Over the last few years, owing to the fact that they are a speedy and cost-effective mode of communication, the preference for waterways and inland transportation has increased remarkably. That said, the surging use of fossil fuel based ships has been emitting a large amount of NOx, SOx, and many other particulate matters, leading to the necessity for emission control systems. The emissions have indeed been contributing to the depletion of the ozone layer which has generated awareness among regulatory bodies, resulting in them mandating strict norms, in order to control the emissions from ships. The on-going deployment of strict regulatory policies to curb the GHG emissions is likely to have a significant impact on the marine emission control system industry.

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On-going changes in the development of marine emission control system will have a significant impact on the market trends over the years ahead. The strict regulatory policies deployed by the government as well as maritime organizations to control the pollution level will further strengthen the marine emission control system industry size. It is profound to mention that the increasing number of research activities related to the development of electric and battery-powered recreational and commercial boats will have a considerable influence on the product demand. For the record, by the end of 2024, marine emission control system market will surpass a revenue collection of USD 14 billion.

Company profiled in this report based on Business overview, Financial data, Product landscape, Strategic outlook & SWOT analysis:

1. MAN Energy Solutions
2. Caterpillar Inc.
3. Wärtsilä
4. Yara International
5. Johnson Matthey
6. Tenneco
7. Valmet
8. DuPont
9. Damen Shipyards Group
10. Alfa Laval
11. Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd
12. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

The U.S. Marine Emission Control System Market is anticipated to witness growth on account of strict emission control directives along with ongoing investments and technical advancements to manufacture green systems. Implementation of government protocols coupled with rising shipbuilding activities owing to growing demand for battle forces & commercial vessels will boost the marine emission control systems market growth. Further, in 2018, MEPC strategized to reduce the marine pollution and limit the emission levels by 50% by 2050.

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China marine emission control systems market is projected to grow over 10% by 2024. Increasing effect of marine pollution on the environment along with stringency in mandates to limit the emission levels will complement the product deployment. Further, ongoing FDI flow on account of mergers & acquisition and tax inversions will encourage the product demand.

Speaking of the geographical penetration, marine emission control system market has been touted to amass substantial returns from China. This is prominently on account of the newly imposed regulations favoring the installation of these products. Reportedly, to improve the quality of domestic shipping and endorse environment friendly development of marine transport within China, the Chinese Ministry of Transport, on 3 July 2018, published new requirements for controlling nitrogen oxides (NOx) emission. The standards will be applicable to both newbuild vessels (after July 2020) and ships in operation (after July 2021) and will further be imposed on ships particularly involved in Chinese domestic trade.

The United Nations’ agency, International Maritime Organization (IMO) has been striving for long to promote maritime safety since its establishment. In order to prevent pollution from ships, it has framed suitable ship pollution rules. Based on the type of engines deployed on the ship, the IMO has set standards to limit the NOx as well as Sulphur emissions. The organization has also made several other provisions for preventing air pollution such as mandating norms for controlling ozone depleting substances including halogens and CFCs. The prevalence of a strict regulatory landscape related to air pollution due to the different modes of transportation is poised to accelerate marine emission control system market trends over the years ahead.

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Recreational applications will grow on grounds of rising disposable income and increase in demand for comfort & luxury. Ongoing research activities coupled with rapid technology innovations with an aim to reduce the cost pressure is set to encourage the system installation. Long international voyage along with increase in standards toward system operation, inspection, and construction will boost the marine emission control system market demand.

Rising health and environment concern along with stringent government mandates inside and outside ECAs will complement the product installation. Growing shipbuilding industry, healthy orderbook and restructuring of old engines with an aim to adopt sustainable solutions are some of the major factors projected to propel the product penetration. Further, imposition of monetary penalties by PSAs in the instance of noncompliance to the mandates will drive the marine emission control system market growth.

Hybrid marine emission control systems market is set to grow on account of strict government regulations coupled with advancements in emission control technology. High sulfur content in the fuel along with urgency to limit nitrogen oxide, PMs and sulfur emissions by maritime industry will encourage the product adoption. In addition, growing merchandise trade and rising demand for container vessels & bulk carriers will encourage the product deployment.

Some of the major venders in marine emission control system market include Kwang Sung Technology Holdings Co. Limited, Yara International, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Wärtsilä, Caterpillar Inc., MAN Energy Solutions, Hug Engineering AG, Agriemach Ltd, Johnson Matthey, DCL International Inc., Niigata Power Systems Co.,Ltd., Tenneco, ECOUREA, Hitachi Zosen Inova, Ecospray Technologies, Ecospec Marine Technology, ME Productions, DEC-MECH Pty Ltd, H+H Engineering & Service GmbH, Alfa Laval, Damen Shipyards Group, Hamon Research Cottrell I, CR OCEAN ENGINEERING LLC, VDL AEC Maritime, Langh, DuPont, Clean Marine AS, Fuji Electric Corp. of America, SAACKE GmbH, and Valmet.

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