Maritime Engines: Global Markets and Technologies to 2024

Publish Date: May 2019 | Category: Machinery & Equipment | Publisher: BCC Research | Status: Publish

The global marine and maritime engines market should reach $26.5 billion by 2024 from $21.6 billion in 2019 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% for the period of 2019-2024.

Report Scope:

This study reviews key marine and maritime engine technology categories, along with relevant market and production information, technological descriptions and issues, and key applications and market factors in major worldwide markets. This report organizes marine and maritime engine technologies into the following segments; detailed market data are presented for each of the following categories - 
Reciprocating Engines - 
- <1,000 kW.
- 1,000 to 3,000 kW.
- 3,000 to 10,000 kW.
- 10,000 to 18,000 kW.
- 18,000 to 25,000 kW.
- >25,000 kW.

Turbine Engines - 
- <5,000 kW.
- 5,000 to 10,000 kW.
- 10,000 to 20,000 kW.
- >20,000 kW.

The following marine and maritime applications are also considered within the global market for marine and maritime engines - 
- Oil tankers (and oil product carriers).
- Dry bulk carriers.
- Container vessels.
- General cargo vessels.
- Gas carriers, including LNG.
- Chemical tankers.
- Ro-Ro vessels and ferries.
- Offshore vessels.
- Passenger and recreational vessels (including cruise ships).
- Military and patrol vessels.

Report Includes:

- 87 data tables and 55 additional tables
- An overview of the global market for marine and maritime engines
- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2018, estimates for 2019 and projections of CAGRs through 2024
- Country specific data and analysis for USA, Canada, Netherlands, UK, Germany, France, China, India, Japan and South Korea
- Detailed description of reciprocating engines and turbine engines
- Coverage of recent advancements in the marine engine equipment industry
- Information on specific equipment categories with breakdowns by engine size, along with detailed information on specific applications within the segment
- Company profiles of major players in the market, including ABB, Cummins Inc., GM PowerTrain, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Mitsui E&S Machinery, Perkins, Rolls-Royce and Siemens

Summary

The global market for marine and maritime engines—founded in global markets for marine vessel construction and upgrade—is undergoing a period of considerable change and even turmoil. As recently as 2016, certain segments in the industry endured a near collapse as the market fell, for some categories, by as much as REDACTED in a single year. As of 2018, many industry insiders had regained hope and in many cases profitability. Nonetheless, continued threats of looming volatility struck again in early 2019. What does the future hold and where are markets headed?

The markets for marine and maritime engines are influenced by a wide array of global, regional, and national geopolitical drivers, overlaid with macroeconomic trends and industry specific market forces. For example, changing global trade priorities have the potential to disrupt, substantially alter, or significantly benefit major segments of global trade, which will in turn directly influence demand for new ships and their components. Adding complexity, the global maritime industry supports a wide array of individual industries ranging from recreation to mining and mineral extraction to consumer goods. At present, specific market segments are increasing strongly while others are declining, causing associated changes in demand for shipping, altering shipping costs, and driving shifts in global demand for new ships and the engines that power them. Other critical factors considered include, but are not limited to - 
- New and forthcoming MARPOL emissions regulations, currently scheduled to come into force in 2020, which could influence demand for new ships, replacement engines, cleaner fuels, scrubbers, or a combination of these elements;
- Engine technology developments, which are driving increased efficiency;
- Increased competition from turbine engines, which could benefit from an increasingly stringent regulatory environment;
- Continued creep toward ever larger cargo ships, tankers, and cruise ships;
- Changes in focus regarding military ship applications;
- Volatile energy prices and significant changes in regional and national level energy demand;
- Incorporation of renewables and other advanced technologies;
- And various other trends and market factors, including those that are specific to the 10 shipping application categories considered in this study.

The key objectives of this report are to provide accurate market evaluations for marine and maritime engines; disclose reasonable and realistic market projections based on founded and comprehensive trends analysis; summarize key industry players as well as industry trends and product trends; provide an overview of relevant technologies; and most importantly, help you and your team to identify market hot spots, cold spots, points of entry, tappable niches, and pitfalls to avoid.

As shown in the table and figure below, the global markets for marine and maritime engines reached REDACTED in 2018, and are expected to grow from REDACTED in 2019 to REDACTED in 2024, for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of REDACTED. Interestingly, it is specialty, military, and recreational vessel applications that will comprise the largest segment of the market (including Ro-Ro vessels and ferries, offshore vessels, passenger and recreational vessels (including cruise ships), and military and patrol vessels), expected to reach REDACTED in 2024, with a CAGR of REDACTED.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
Study Goals and Objectives
Reasons for Doing This Study
Intended Audience
Scope of Report
Information Sources
Methodology
Geographic Breakdown
Analyst's Credentials
BCC Custom Research 
Related BCC Research Reports

Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
Definition of Maritime and Marine Engines
Summary of Maritime Engine Technologies and Applications Considered
Maritime Engines: A Brief History
Maritime Engine Technologies and Capacities
Reciprocating Engines
Turbine Engines
Applications
Oil Tankers
Dry Bulk Carriers
Container Vessels
General Cargo Vessels
Gas Carriers
Chemical Tankers
Ro-Ro and Ferries
Offshore Vessels
Passenger and Recreational Vessels
Military and Patrol Vessels
Fuel Source
Introductory Note on Petroleum Fuel Refining
Heavy Fuel Oil and Other Residual Fuels
Distillate and Diesel Fuels
Intermediate Fuel Oils
Liquefied Natural Gas
Critical Regulatory Considerations
Technologies Not Included in This Report

Chapter 4 Global Market Summary
Scope of the Market Analysis
Global Market for Batteries Used in Battery Powered Products by Geography
Global Market Marine Engines by Engine Technology and Capacity
Global Market for Marine Engines by Application

Chapter 5 Market Breakdown by Engine Technology and Capacity
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: <1,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: 1,000 to 3,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: 3,000 to 10,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: 10,000 to 18,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: 18,000 to 25,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Reciprocating Marine Engines: >25,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Turbine Engines: <5,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Turbine Engines: 5,000 to 10,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Turbine Engines: 10,000 to 20,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Turbine Engines: >20,000 kW Capacity
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market

Chapter 6 Marine Engine Market Breakdown by Application
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Oil Tankers
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Dry Bulk Carriers
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Container Vessels
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in General Cargo Vessels
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Gas Carriers
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Chemical Tankers
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Ro-Ro Vessels and Ferries
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Offshore Vessels
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Passenger and Recreational Vessels
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market
Global Market for Marine Engines Used in Military and Patrol Vessels
Global Summary
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market

Chapter 7 Industry Trends and Market Opportunities
Supply Chains
Marine Engine Supply Chains: Reciprocating Engines
Marine Engine Supply Chains: Turbine Engines
Industry Organizations
Summary of Growth Drivers and Inhibitors
Industry Trends
Transition to Low-Sulfur Fuels
Hybrid and Electric Only Systems in Smaller Ships
Fuel Saving Engine Systems
Wind and Other Alternative Fuels
Engine Technology Developments
Ever Larger Ship Sizes
Larger Engines
Window for Turbines
Big Data: Benefits to Boom and Bust Cycles?
Continued LNG Developments
Rise in Military Applications
Squeeze on Net Revenue Ending?
Shipbuilding Deliveries: Bounceback Coming?
Tankers: Still Looking Bleak; Fair Weather for LNG

Chapter 8 Patent Review/ New Developments
Patents Granted Annually
Patent Country of Origin
Key Players
Patent Code Map
Patent Materials Map

Chapter 9 Company Profiles
AB VOLVO PENTA
ABB MARINE & PORTS
AKASAKA DIESELS LTD.
ANGLO BELGIAN CORP.
BECKER MARINE SYSTEMS
BERGEN ENGINES
BETA MARINE UK
BUKH A/S
BURMEISTER & WAIN
CATERPILLAR MARINE POWER SYSTEMS
CUMMINS INC.
DAIHATSU DIESEL
DEUTZ AG
DIESEL UNITED
DOOSAN INFRACORE CO. LTD.
FAIRBANKS MORSE
FPT INDUSTRIAL S.P.A.
GARDNER MARINE DIESELS
GE MARINE SOLUTIONS
GM POWERTRAIN
HITACHI ZOSEN
HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
HYUNDAI SEASALL
JAPAN ENGINE CORP.
JOHN DEERE POWER SYSTEMS
MAKITA CORP.
MAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS
MERCURY MARINE
MITSUI E&S MACHINERY CO., LTD.
MOTEURS BAUDOUIN
MTU FRIEDRICHSHAFEN GMBH
NANNI INDUSTRIES
NIIGATA POWER SYSTEMS
PERKINS ENGINES CO. LTD.
PROGRESS RAIL
ROLLS-ROYCE
SCAM MARINE
SCANIA
SIEMENS AG
SINOTRUK
SOLE DIESEL
STEYR MOTORS
WARTSILA CORP.
WEICHAI HEAVY MACHINERY CO.
WINTERTHUR GAS & DIESEL LTD.
YANMAR
ZORYA-MASHPROEKT

Chapter 10 Appendix: Acronyms
Acronyms

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