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Aero Derivative Gas Turbine Market is set to growth with a CAGR of 2.01% through 2026

Aero Derivative Gas Turbine Market is set to growth with a CAGR of 2.01% through 2026

Aero Derivative Gas Turbine Market is gaining momentum and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 2.10% over the forecast period. The market growth has been substantially influenced by increasing demand for energy across several industrial establishments and associated manufacturing plants. According to International Energy Agency (IEA), the global energy demand increased by 2.3% in 2019, due to robust global economy and rising heating & cooling needs.

In addition, growing power generation is mainly responsible for 50% growth in energy demand, which boosts the demand for aero derivative gas turbines.

Furthermore, these gas turbines are adopted at rapid rate as they are highly efficient and clear choices for offshore and onshore power generation as well as used for gas re-injection, LNG liquefaction and pipeline compression.

Power generation companies are focusing on decreasing the cost of fuel and increasing the efficiency of the turbines, thus driving the market growth.  

However, fluctuations in natural gas prices and natural gas infrastructure concerns, lack of skilled labor are amidst major challenges of the global aero derivative gas turbine industry.

In addition, the aero derivative gas turbine manufacturers are facing market hindrance as the governments worldwide are offering subsidies in order to encourage the use of renewable sources of energy.

Innovative product pipeline, acquisitions, and huge funds are observed by key market players

Major market players are focusing to develop and launch new aero derivative gas turbines with increased performance, installation speed and flexibility to meet the needs of customers and gain large market share. In January 2019, IHI Corporation introduced the "Fast Power 40", the originally designed aero-derivative gas turbine package.

Siemens acquired numerous aero derivatives from Rolls-Royce to provide aero derivative gas turbine engines with flexibility and high life cycle with low costs. Further, Siemens also offer products with diverse features to fulfil high requirements of a wide spectrum of applications in terms of reliability, efficiency, and environmental compatibility.

GE owns leading share of the global aero derivative gas turbine market by offering wide variety of high capacity turbines. GE builds its heavy-duty and aero derivative gas turbines to be versatile, reliable and efficient with individual output ranging from 34 MW to 571 MW.

APAC aero derivative gas turbines market is set to growth through the estimated period

Asia Pacific is the major market for aero derivative gas turbines, attributed to the increasing consumption by high levels of industrialization, urbanization, and infrastructural developments. According to 2019 Global Energy Statistics, most of the growth in global electricity consumption, almost 80% takes place in Asia Pacific, of which China accounting for 60%.

Rising investments in developing new large gas-fired combined cycle power generation will augment the need for aero derivative gas turbines and spur the industry demand in the region. For instance, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has invested more than $305 million in Indonesia’s largest combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant, “Jawa-1”.

Growing funds and new reforms from government are enhancing the replacement of traditional power generating technologies with improved gas-fired generating power stations to reduce GHG emissions are promoting the market growth. Recently, the Government of China has set up reforms to control CO2 emission per unit GDP to about 18% by 2020.

Moreover, the origin of shale gas technologies has led to continuous growth in E&P activities across remote offshore facilities and onshore basins show casing strong aero derivative gas turbine market opportunity in the long term.

Prominent companies contributing major market share

GE, Siemens, Mitsubishi Hitachi, Kawasaki, Wartsila, Solar Turbines, Rolls-Royce, IHI Corporation, Opra Turbines, and Capstone.

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