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Global Nuclear Energy Market (2013-2018) - Business Market Research Reports

Global Nuclear Energy Market: Trends & Opportunities (2013-2018)

Publish Date:August 2013
No. of Pages:74

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US$ 800.00

Scope of the Report

The report titled “Global Nuclear Energy Market: Trends and Opportunities (2013-2018)” analyzes the potential opportunities and significant trends in the global nuclear energy market. The report provides detailed analysis of the global nuclear energy market, with focus on regional markets such as Asia, North America and Europe. The report assesses the growth of nuclear energy in China, United States, South Korea and France and presents the analysis of the current market size and also forecasts the future market size of these nuclear energy markets. The report also profiles and analyzes the business strategies of the leading companies operating in the segment.

Geographical Coverage

Global
North America
U.S
Europe
France
Asia
China
South Korea

Company Coverage

Areva
ROSATOM
General Electric
KEPCO

Executive Summary

Nuclear power has been used to produce electricity for public distribution since 1954 and electricity generated via nuclear power reached its highest level of 3280 terawatts hours in 2011. However, the growth rate of electricity produced via nuclear energy reduced marginally in 2012 as a result of an accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. Globally the Fukushima Daiichi accident is expected to slow the growth of nuclear power but not reverse it. The growth of nuclear power industry is strong, despite concerns about the safety of nuclear power plants. An increase in demand of electricity and growing concern for the environment is likely to drive the nuclear energy market.

Electricity produced through nuclear energy is considered the most viable method as there are environmental concerns in production of electricity by fossil fuels. Further, the prices of fossil are increasing and the resource base is decreasing, whereas in case of nuclear energy, uranium resource base is abundant worldwide. The highest growth in nuclear generation is expected in Asia, specifically China, South Korea and India as nuclear electricity generation in the region will increase with the setting up of new nuclear reactors and there will be growing demand for electricity as a result of increasing population and industrialization.

1. Executive Summary

2. Nuclear Energy: An Introduction

2.1 Uranium: Share, Demand and Supply

2.1.1 World Uranium Resource
2.1.2 Global Demand and Supply of Uranium

2.2 Advantages of Nuclear Energy
2.3 Disadvantages of Nuclear Energy
2.4 Nuclear Reactor

2.4.1 Components of Nuclear Reactor
2.4.2 Nuclear Reactor Technology

3. Global Nuclear Energy Market: An Overview

3.1 Global Nuclear Energy Market - Size and Growth: Actual & Forecast

3.1.1 Number and Capacity of Nuclear Reactor Globally
3.1.2 Size of nuclear Power Plants
3.1.3 Size of Global Nuclear Energy Market by Segment

3.2 Growth in Nuclear Power Capacity
3.3 Global Nuclear Energy Market share

3.3.1 Nuclear Energy Market Share by Consumer Countries
3.3.2 Share of Fuel in Electricity Generation
3.3.3 Share of Nuclear Electricity by Region

4. North America: Nuclear Energy Market

4.1 U.S.: Nuclear Energy Market

4.1.1 U.S Nuclear Energy Market- Size and Growth: Actual & Forecast
4.1.2 Market Share of Power Generation in U.S by Product
4.1.3 U.S Nuclear Power Plant Capacity

5. Europe: Nuclear Energy Market

5.1 France: Nuclear Energy Market

5.1.1 France Nuclear energy Market - Size and Growth: Actual & Forecast
5.1.2 Market share of Power Generation in France by Product
5.1.3 France Nuclear Energy Power Plant Capacity

6. Asia: Nuclear Energy Market

6.1 China: Nuclear Energy Market

6.1.1 China Nuclear energy Market - Size and Growth: Actual & Forecast
6.1.2 Market Share of Power Generation in China by Product
6.1.3 Nuclear Power Plants Projects in China

6.2 South Korea Nuclear Energy Market

6.2.1 South Korea Nuclear Energy Market - Size and Growth: Actual & Forecast
6.2.2 Market Share of Power Generation in Korea by Product
6.2.3 Nuclear Power Plant Projects in South Korea

7. Global Nuclear Energy Market: Drivers and Trends

7.1 Growth Drivers
7.2 Market Trends

8. Challenges of Nuclear Energy Market

8.1 Key Issues for Near Term Nuclear Expansion
8.2 Key Issue for Long Term Deployment

9. Nuclear Energy Market: Competitive Landscape

9.1 Worlds Largest Makers of Nuclear Reactors
9.2 Market Share of World’s Largest Producers of Uranium

10. Nuclear Energy Market: Company Analysis

10.1 Areva
10.1.1 Business Overview
10.1.2 Financial Overview
10.1.3 Business Strategy

10.2 ROSATOM
10.2.1 Business Overview
10.2.2 Financial Overview
10.2.3 Business Strategy

10.3 General Electric
10.3.1 Business Overview
10.3.2 Financial Overview
10.3.3 Business Strategy

10.4 KEPRO
10.4.1 Business Overview
10.4.2 Financial Overview
10.4.3 Business Strategy
Figure 1: World Uranium Resource Share
Figure 2: Global Demand and Supply of Uranium from 2010-2018E (Mlb)
Figure 3: Global Electricity Generation by Nuclear Energy in 2009-2012 (TWh)
Figure 4: Global Electricity Generation by Nuclear Energy Forecast 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 5: Number of Operating Nuclear Reactor Globally from 2010-2012
Figure 6: Capacity of Operating Nuclear Reactor Globally from 2010-2012 (Gigawatts)
Figure 7: Number of Nuclear Reactor Shutdown from 2008-2012
Figure 8: Number of Reactors Under Construction by Type and their Net Electricity Power in 2012 (Gigawatts)
Figure 9: Number of Nuclear Reactors in Major Countries in 2012
Figure 10: Size of Global Nuclear Energy Market by Segment in 2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 11: Growth in Nuclear Power Capacity between the years 2000 to 2010
Figure 12: Global Consumption of Nuclear Energy in 2011
Figure 13: Fuel Share of Electricity Generation in 2011
Figure 14: Share of Electricity Generation by Nuclear Energy in Major Developed Nations from 2010-2012
Figure 15: Electricity Generation in North America from Nuclear Energy in 2010-2012 (TWh)
Figure 16: Electricity Generation in North America from Nuclear Energy Forecast 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 17: Electricity Generation in U.S from Nuclear Energy 2010-2013 (TWh)
Figure 18: Electricity Generation in U.S from Nuclear Energy Forecast 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 19: Market Share of Power Generation in U.S by Product in 2011
Figure 20: Nuclear Power Plant Projects in U.S in 2011 (Megawatts)
Figure 21: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy in Europe from 2010-2012 (TWh)
Figure 22: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy Forecast in Europe from 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 23: Electricity Generated via Nuclear Energy in France from 2010-2012 (TWh)
Figure 24: Electricity Generated via Nuclear Energy Forecast in France from 2013-2018
Figure 25: Power Generation in France by Product In 2011
Figure 26: Nuclear Power Plants Projects in France in 2011 (MW)
Figure 27: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy in Asia from 2010-2012 (TWh)
Figure 28: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy Forecast in Asia from 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 29: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy in China from 2010-2012 (TWh)
Figure 30: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy Forecast in China from 2013-2018 (TWh)
Figure 31: Share of Power Generation in China by Product in 2011
Figure 32: Nuclear Power Plant Projects in China in 2011 (MW)
Figure 33: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy in Korea from 2010 to 2012 (TWh)
Figure 34: Electricity Generation via Nuclear Energy Forecast in Korea from 2013 to 2018 (TWh)
Figure 35: Share of Power Generation in Korea by Product in 2011
Figure 36: Nuclear Power Plant Projects in South Korea in 2011 (MW)
Figure 37: Fossil Fuel Prices per Million Btu in 2011 (U.S Dollar Million)
Figure 38: Average Price of Crude Oil from 2005 to 2012 (U.S Dollar per Barrel)
Figure 39: The Worlds Largest Maker of Nuclear Reactor Based on Number of Nuclear Reactor Built as of 2011
Figure 40: Market share of World’s Largest Producer of Uranium as of 2010
Figure 41: Areva’s Revenue from 2010 to 2012 (US$ Billion)
Figure 42: ROSATOM’s Revenue from 2009 to 2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 43: General Electric Energy Management Segment Revenue from 2009 to 2010 (US$ Billion)
Figure 44: KEPRO’s Revenue from the year 2009 to 2012 (US$ Billion)
Table 1: Nuclear Power Plants in Commercial Operation
Table 2: Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide in Operation and Under Construction as of January 2013
Table 3: Sizes of Biggest Power Plants in the World
Table 4: Share of Electricity Generated by Nuclear Energy in Major Development Nations from 2010-2012