This new, Multi-Client model offered by Esprit is more sophisticated than many previous models and takes into account changes in power and natural gas pricing by region, captive capacity by sector and announced investments and closures by the industry in addition to changes in macroeconomics.
The result should be forecasts that reflect both the underlying growth and the headline revenues and take the strategies of the industrial gas companies into account.
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Scope Of The Report
The macro-economic sourcing data will be provided by an identified source, probably Global Insights Inc and the basis of the data will be clearly identified in the output.
The model will to cover all of the countries/sub regions (92) listed in Appendix 1. Esprit divides the world output into the following regions:
- North America (NoAm)
- South America (SoAm)
- Western Europe(WE)
- Eastern Europe(EE)
- Asia (Asia)
- North Pacific Rim (NoPAC)
- South Pacific Rim (SoPAC)
- Middle East (ME)
- Africa (Afr)
Units and Currency
The market analysis will need to be undertaken in local currencies but the outputs are provided in US Dollars and Euros at defined exchange rates. Care should obviously be taken when looking at underlying growth rates in a market other than in the local currency.
We refer to different Tier structures for describing various gas companies:
- Tier 1: Air Liquide, Air Products, Praxair, Linde, Airgas, Taiyo Nippon Sanso, Messer (any company that is over $1 Billion in turnover and generally international)
- Tier 2: SOL, SIAD, Westfalen, Yara etc. (any company between $100m and $1 Billion turnover)
We will analyse on a best efforts basis the following end-use industries for the industrial gases business, but may change these to reflect more appropriate matches with industrial gas use.
- Pulp & Paper
- Manufacturing Industry
- Electronics: Includes gas and chemicals to electronics and semi-conductor businesses
- Healthcare: Includes gas sales and services to hospitals and homecare use
- Other: Includes all remaining sectors that use industrial gases