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Thermal Power Market Outlook in the United States (US) to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Major Power Plants, Market Share of Key Equipment Manufacturers and Key Companies

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Thermal Power Market Outlook in the United States (US) to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Major Power Plants, Market Share of Key Equipment Manufacturers and Key Companies

Summary

GlobalData's Power Industry offering, "Thermal Power Market Outlook in United States (US) to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Major Power Plants, Market Share of Key Equipment Manufacturers and Key Companies" gives a view of US thermal energy market and provides forecasts to 2020. This report includes information on thermal (coal, oil and gas) installed capacity and generation. It provides information on key trends, market share analysis of key equipment (turbines, boilers and generators) manufacturers, profiles of major industry participants, information on major power plants and analysis of important deals. This, along with detailed information on the regulatory framework and key policies governing the industry, provides a comprehensive understanding of the market for thermal power in the country.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Brief introduction to the overall power and thermal energy market in United States (US), highlighting the fuel types – coal, oil and gas

- Data provided historically from 2001 to 2009, forecast to 2020

- Data on installed capacity and power generation

- Market share of key equipment (turbine, boiler and generator) manufacturers

- List of major current and upcoming thermal power plants

- Policy and regulatory framework governing the market

- Deals in the thermal energy market in Mexico for the past year. Deals analyzed on the basis of M&A, partnership, asset financing, debt offering, equity offering and PE/VC

Reasons to buy

- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in the country's thermal energy market.

- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential.

- Understand and respond to your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects.

- Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data, deal analysis and recent developments.

- Develop strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events.

- Identify key deals providing understanding of the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 7

1.2 List of Figures 12

2 Executive Summary 13

2.1 The US Thermal Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity – Continued Growth in Thermal Power Installed Capacity 13

2.2 The Global Thermal Power Market Scenario - Robust Growth to Continue 13

3 Introduction 15

3.1 World Energy Market: Fossil Fuels Continue to Dominate 15

3.2 Global Thermal Power Market during the Financial Crisis 15

4 Global Thermal Power Market Scenario: 2001- 2020 16

4.1 Global Thermal Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity, 2001-2020 16

5 Thermal Power Markets: Technology Types 21

5.1 Overview 21

5.2 Thermal Power Market: Technology Types 22

6 The US Power Market Scenario 24

6.1 Overview 24

6.2 The US Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020 24

6.3 The US Power Market, Electricity Production by Fuel Type, 2001-2020 27

7 The US Thermal Power Market: 2001-2020 29

7.1 Overview 29

7.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity 29

7.3 Thermal Power Market, Historical and Forecast Power Generation, 2001-2020 31

8 The US Thermal Power Market, Market Share of Top Power Equipment Manufacturing Companies, 2009 33

8.1 Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies 33

8.2 Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) Manufacturing Companies 34

8.3 Gas Turbines Manufacturing Companies 36

8.4 Steam Turbines Manufacturing Companies 37

9 The US States Thermal Plants 40

9.1 The US Thermal Power Market, Top 10 Thermal Plants (Active), 2009 40

10 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Major Policies 41

10.1 Overview 41

10.2 The US Power Market, Regulatory Framework 41

10.3 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Scenario, Major Policies 41

10.4 The US Thermal Power Market, Regulatory Framework, New Initiatives 42

11 The US Thermal Power Market – Deals Scenario 43

11.1 The US Thermal Power Market Deals Volume versus Value Analysis, 2004-2009 43

11.2 The US Thermal Power Market, Deals by Type, 2009 45

11.3 Thermal Power Market, The US, Major Deals 47

12 Company Snapshot – Southern Company 184

12.1 Key Facts 184

12.2 Southern Company, Company Overview 184

12.3 Southern Company, Business Description 184

12.4 Southern Company, Major Products and Services 186

12.5 SWOT Analysis 186

12.6 Southern Company, Strengths 187

12.7 Southern Company, Weaknesses 188

12.8 Southern Company, Opportunities 188

12.9 Southern Company, Threats 189

12.10 Southern Company - Key Competitors 190

12.11 Southern Company, Locations and Subsidiaries 190

13 Company Snapshot – American Electric Power Company , Inc. 192

13.1 Key Facts 192

13.2 American Electric Power Company Inc., Overview 192

13.3 American Electric Power Company inc. , Major Products and Services 194

13.4 SWOT Analysis 194

13.5 American Electric Power Company Inc. , Strengths 195

13.6 American Electric Company Inc. , Weaknesses 195

13.7 American Electric Power Inc. , Opportunities 196

13.8 American Electric Power Inc. , Threats 197

13.9 American Electric Power Company, Inc. - Key Competitors 198

13.10 American Electric Power Inc. , Locations and Subsidiaries 198

14 Company Snapshot – Duke Energy Corporation 201

14.1 Key Facts 201

14.2 Duke Energy Corporation, Overview 201

14.3 Duke Energy Corporation, Business Description 201

14.4 Duke Energy Corporation, Major Products and Services 203

14.5 SWOT Analysis 203

14.6 Duke Energy Corporation, Strengths 204

14.7 Duke Energy Corporation, Weaknesses 204

14.8 Duke Energy Corporation, Opportunities 205

14.9 Duke Energy Corporation, Threats 206

14.10 Duke Energy Corporation - Key Competitors 207

14.11 Duke Energy Corporation, Locations and Subsidiaries 208

15 Company Snapshot – Florida Power & Light Company 211

15.1 Key Facts 211

15.2 Florida Power & Light Company, Company Overview 211

15.3 Florida Power & Light Company, Business Description 211

15.4 Florida Power & Light Company, Major Products and Services 212

15.5 SWOT Analysis 213

15.6 Florida Power & Light Company, Strengths 213

15.7 Florida & Power Light company, Weaknesses 214

15.8 Florida Power & Light Company, Opportunities 214

15.9 Florida Power & Light Company, Threats 215

15.10 Florida Power & Light Company, Key Competitors 216

15.11 Florida Power & Light Company - Locations And Subsidiaries 216

16 Appendix 217

16.1 Abbreviations 217

16.2 GlobalData's Methodology 218

16.3 Coverage 218

16.4 Secondary Research 218

16.5 Primary Research 219

16.6 Expert Panel Validation 219

16.7 Contact Us 220

16.8 Disclaimer 220

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Thermal Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2020 22

Table 2: Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (MW), 2001-2020 31

Table 3: Power Market, The US, Power Generation by Fuel Type (GWh), 2001-2020 33

Table 4: Thermal Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2020 35

Table 5: Thermal Power Market, The US, Total Generation (GWh), 2001-2020 37

Table 6: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 39

Table 7: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top HRSG Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 40

Table 8: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Gas Turbine Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 42

Table 9: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Steam Turbine Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 44

Table 10: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top 10 Thermal Power Plants, 2009 45

Table 11: Thermal Power Market, The US, Financing Trends, Deal Value ($m) and Volume (Number) , 2004-2009 49

Table 12: Thermal Power Market, The US ,Financing Trends, Deal Values by Deal Type (%), 2009 51

Table 13: Mirant To Merge With RRI Energy 52

Table 14: FirstEnergy To Merge With Allegheny Energy 54

Table 15: Emerson Process Management Acquires Innovative Control Systems 56

Table 16: CIC Group Acquires Scott Process Systems 57

Table 17: Waukesha Bearings Acquires Inpro/Seal 58

Table 18: The Blackstone Group To Acquire Dynegy 59

Table 19: Energy Investors Funds Forms Joint Venture With NTE Energy 60

Table 20: ThermoEnergy Completes Private Placement Of Series B Convertible Preferred Stock For US $5m 61

Table 21: American DG Energy Announces Private Placement Of US $1m 62

Table 22: PPL Completes Public Offering Of US $2.5 billion 63

Table 23: PPL Completes Public Offering Of Units For US $1.15 billion 65

Table 24: Quantum Fuel Systems Completes Private Placement Of Units For US $10.9m 67

Table 25: Pinnacle West Prices Common Stock Offering For US $228m 68

Table 26: CONSOL Energy Completes Public Offering Of US $1,881.7m 69

Table 27: Berry Petroleum Completes Public Offering Of Common Stock For US $234m 71

Table 28: Dominion Resources Prices 2.25% Series A Senior Notes Offering For US $250m 73

Table 29: Georgia Power Prices US $4.75% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For US $500m 74

Table 30: FPL Group Prices Its Public Offering Of 2.6% Debentures Due 2015 For US $400m 75

Table 31: Southern California Edison Completes Private Placement Of 4.5% Bonds Due 2040 For US $500m 76

Table 32: Interstate Power And Light Completes 3.65% Senior Debentures Offering For US $200m 77

Table 33: San Diego Gas & Electric Prices 4.5% First Mortgage Bonds Offering For US $500m 78

Table 34: The Empire District Electric Prices Offering Of First Mortgage Bonds For US $50m 79

Table 35: Vectren Prices Private Placement Of 3.48% Series A Senior Notes Due 2017 For US $75m 80

Table 36: Vectren Prices Private Placement Of 4.53% Series B Senior Notes Due 2025 For US $50m 81

Table 37: Xcel Energy Completes 1.95% First Mortgage Bond Offering For US $250m 82

Table 38: Xcel Energy Completes 4.85% First Mortgage Bond Offering For US $250m 83

Table 39: Calpine Completes Private Placement Of 7.875% Senior Secured Notes Due 2020 For US $1.1b 84

Table 40: Black Hills Prices Public Offering Of 5.875% Senior Notes Due 2020 For US $200m 85

Table 41: Duke Energy Indiana Files For Public Offering Of US $500m 86

Table 42: Wisconsin Power Completes Public Offering Of US $150m 87

Table 43: Interstate Power And Light Completes Public Offering Of US $150m 88

Table 44: Oklahoma Gas and Electric Prices 5.85% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For US $250m 89

Table 45: Consolidated Edison Prices 4.45% Debenture Offering For US $350m 90

Table 46: Consolidated Edison Prices 5.7% Debenture Offering For US $350m 91

Table 47: Duke Energy Carolinas Prices 4.3% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds For US $450m 92

Table 48: The Empire District Electric Company Prices Offering of First Mortgage Bonds 93

Table 49: Appalachian Power Prices Its Public Offering Of US $300m 94

Table 50: Entergy Texas Files Preliminary Prospectus For Public Offering Of 3.6% Bonds Due 2015 For US $200m 95

Table 51: Calpine Completes Private Placement Of 8% Senior Secured Notes Due 2019 For the US $400m 96

Table 52: Xcel Energy Completes 4.7% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For US $500m 97

Table 53: FPL Group Completes Public Offering Of 2.55% Debentures Due 2013 For US $250m 98

Table 54: General Electric Announces Private Placement Of 3.65% Senior Notes Due 2015 For US $1 Billion 99

Table 55: General Electric Announces Private Placement Of 5.15% Senior Notes Due 2020 For US $2 Billion 100

Table 56: General Electric Announces Private Placement Of 6.4% Senior Notes Due 2040 For US $1 Billion 101

Table 57: Gulf Power Issues 4.75% Series 2010A Senior Notes Due 2020 For US $175m 102

Table 58: PSEG Power Completes Offering Of Senior Unsecured Notes For US $300m 103

Table 59: PSEG Power Completes Offering Of Senior Unsecured Notes For US $250m 104

Table 60: CONSOL Energy Completes Private Placement Of Senior Notes For US $1.25 Billion 105

Table 61: CONSOL Energy Completes Private Placement Of Senior Notes For US $1.5 Billion 106

Table 62: Pacific Gas and Electric Completes Public Offering Of 5.8% Senior Notes Due 2037 For US $250m 107

Table 63: Duke Energy Prices 3.35% Senior Notes Offering For US $450m 108

Table 64: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2011 For US $4.42m 109

Table 65: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2012 For US $4.6m 110

Table 66: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2013 For US $4.79m 111

Table 67: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2014 For US $4.98m 112

Table 68: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4.75% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2015 For US $5.18m 113

Table 69: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4.75% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2016 For US $5.42m 114

Table 70: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 4.75% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2017 For US $5.68m 115

Table 71: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Issues 5% Series 2010A Electric System Revenue Refunding Bonds Due 2018 For US $4m 116

Table 72: Virgin Islands Water and Power Issues 5% Series 2010 Term Bonds Due 2022 For US $8.93m 117

Table 73: Virgin Islands Water and Power Issues 6.65% Term Bonds Due 2028 For US $16.21m 118

Table 74: Virgin Islands Water and Power Issues 6.85% Term Bonds Due 2035 For US $21.12m 119

Table 75: Columbus Southern Power Prices Its Floating Rate Notes Offering For US $150m 120

Table 76: Southern California Edison Prices 5.5% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds Offering For US $500m 121

Table 77: TECO Energy Completes 4% Senior Notes Offering For US $250m 122

Table 78: TECO Energy Completes 5.15% Senior Notes Offering For US $300m 123

Table 79: Puget Sound Energy Prices Public Offering Of US $325m 124

Table 80: Florida Power & Light Prices 5.69% First Mortgage Bonds For US $500m 125

Table 81: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2013 For US $6.4m 126

Table 82: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2014 For US $7.12m 127

Table 83: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2015 For US $7.41m 128

Table 84: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2016 For US $7.75m 129

Table 85: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2017 For US $9.64m 130

Table 86: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2018 For US $10.13m 131

Table 87: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2019 For US $8.71m 132

Table 88: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2020 For US $9.15m 133

Table 89: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2021 For US $9.61m 134

Table 90: Northern California Power Issues 2.75% 2010 Taxable Refunding Series B Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2012 For US $6.27m 135

Table 91: Northern California Power Issues 3.25% 2010 Taxable Refunding Series B Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2013 For US $1.76m 136

Table 92: Praxair Issues 2.125% Notes Due 2013 For US $500m 137

Table 93: Energy Future Holdings Issues 10% Senior Secured Notes Offering For US $500m 138

Table 94: Ameren Energy To Sell 100% Stake In Generation Portfolio In Illinois And Missouri, U.S. 139

Table 95: NRG Energy To Acquire Cottonwood Generating Station From Kelson 140

Table 96: NRG Energy To Acquire Power Plants From Blackstone Group 141

Table 97: Constellation Energy To Acquire Boston Generating Gas Fleet From US Power 142

Table 98: Tenaska To Sell Stake In Tenaska Natural Gas Portfolio 143

Table 99: Hydrogen Energy To Receive Grant Of US $308m For A Power Plant In California, U.S. 144

Table 100: J.P. Morgan And EIF To Sell Stake In Gas Fired Power Plant In California, U.S. 145

Table 101: American Municipal, Illinois Municipal And Seven Other Sponsors To Invest US $4,000m For Prairie State Energy Campus In Illinois, U.S. 146

Table 102: Brick Power To Sell 100% Stake In Tiverton Gas Fired Facility In Rhode Island, U.S. 147

Table 103: Brick Power To Sell 100% Stake In Rumford Gas Fired Facility In Maine, U.S. 148

Table 104: BWL To Invest US $182m For Gas Fired Power Plant In Michigan, U.S. 149

Table 105: Purdue University To Invest US $32m For Up-Gradation Of Coal Fired Power Plant In Indiana, U.S. 150

Table 106: City Of Gillette Acquires 23% Stake In Wygen III Power Plant From Black Hills 151

Table 107: SME Announces Project Financing To Acquire 17.5% Stake In Kemper County Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Plant, U.S. 152

Table 108: Xcel Energy And Abengoa Invests US $5m For Hybrid Solar Coal Power Project In Colorado, U.S. 153

Table 109: Dominion Virginia To Invest US $619m For Bear Garden Power Station In Virginia, U.S. 154

Table 110: International Power And STEC To Invest US $1,400m For Coleto Creek Unit II Coal Fired Power Plant In Texas, U.S. 155

Table 111: VPPSA To Invest US $16m For Swanton Peaking Project In Vermont, U.S. 156

Table 112: TNA To Acquire Escanaba Power Plant For US $4m From City Of Escanaba 157

Table 113: CPI And CPI Preferred Invests US $20m For Reconstruction Of Oxnard Natural Gas Power Facility In California, U.S. 158

Table 114: SWEPCO To Invest US $1,700m For John W. Turk Jr. Power Plant 159

Table 115: Great River To Invest US $300m For Coal Fired Power Plant In North Dakota, U.S. 160

Table 116: Piedmont Natural To Invest US $7m In expansion Of Duke's Dan River Combined Cycle Power Plant In U.S. 161

Table 117: GE Energy To Acquire Gas Fired Power Plant For US $68m From Harbinger Capital 162

Table 118: ArcLight Acquires Sandersville Simple Cycle Natural Gas Plant From KGen Power 163

Table 119: Xcel Energy To Invest US $116m For New Gas-Fired Combustion Turbine At Jones Power Station In Texas, U.S. 164

Table 120: NCPA Announces Bond Financing For Lodi Energy Center In California, U.S. 165

Table 121: New Development Holding Completes Project Financing Of US $1,400m To Acquire Conectiv Energy Fleet From Pepco Holdings 166

Table 122: Constellation Energy Acquires Two Natural Gas Facilities From Navasota Holdings 167

Table 123: Power4Georgians To Invest US $2,100m For Plant Washington, U.S. 168

Table 124: WPL To Acquire 25% Stake In Edgewater Generating Station Unit V From Wisconsin Electric Power 169

Table 125: Xcel Energy To Acquire Two Energy Centers For US $739m From Calpine Corporation 170

Table 126: Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative Acquires Sumpter Power Plant From FirstEnergy 171

Table 127: NRG Energy To Receive Grant Of US $154m For Rehabilitation Of W.A. Parish Electric Generating Station 172

Table 128: HMP&L Plans To Sell Station One Power Plant 173

Table 129: SCE&G Invests US $35m For Hagood Power Station Expansion In South Carolina, U.S. 174

Table 130: Energy Capital To Acquire Three Gas-Fired Power Plants For US $450m From BG Group 175

Table 131: IID To Invest US $250m For Modernization Of El Centro Unit 3 Power Plant 176

Table 132: SCPPA And City Of Anaheim Announces Bond Financing Of US $200m For Canyon Power Plant In California, U.S. 177

Table 133: Arch Coal Acquires 35% Stake in Trailblazer Energy Center From Tenaska 178

Table 134: J-Power USA Generation Completes Project Financing For Acquisition Of Two Power Plants From PPL Corporation 179

Table 135: GDF SUEZ Acquires 28% In Astoria Energy I CCGT Power Plant 180

Table 136: Cleco Power Acquires Acadia Power Station Unit 1 From Acadia Power 181

Table 137: Southern Montana Completes Bond Financing Of US $85m For Natural Gas Power Plant In Montana, U.S. 182

Table 138: Summit Power Announces Project Financing Of US $850m For Texas Clean Coal Power Plant, US 183

Table 139: Exelon And FutureGen Receives US $1,000m Grant For Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Power Plant In Illinois, U.S. 184

Table 140: GreenWell Power And Free Green To Invest US $280m For Thermal Power Plant, U.S. 185

Table 141: Puget Sound Energy Acquires Fredonia Generating Station From GE Capital 186

Table 142: Oglethorpe Power To Invest US $750m For Gas Fired Power Plant In Georgia, U.S. 187

Table 143: SUEZ Energy Acquires Astoria Energy CCGT Power Plant From CDPQ 188

Table 144: Southern Company, Key Facts 189

Table 145: Southern Company Major Product and Services 191

Table 146: Southern Company, SWOT Analysis 191

Table 147: Southern Company, Subsidiaries 196

Table 148: American Electric Power Company Inc. , Key Facts 197

Table 149: American Electric Power Company , Inc.Major Product and Services 199

Table 150: American Electric Power Company Inc. , SWOT Analysis 199

Table 151: American Electric Power Inc., Other Locations and subsidiaries 204

Table 152: Duke Energy Corporation, Key Facts 206

Table 153: Duke Energy Corporation Major Product and Services 208

Table 154: Duke Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 208

Table 155: Duke Energy Corporation, Subsidiaries 214

Table 156: Florida Power & Light Company, Key Facts 216

Table 157: Florida Power & Light Company Major Product and Services 217

Table 158: Florida Power & Light Company, SWOT Analysis 218

Table 159: Abbreviations 222

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Thermal Power Market, Global, Total Generation (GWh), 2001-2020 19

Figure 2: Thermal Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2020 22

Figure 3: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity Split by Technologies (MW), 2009 23

Figure 4: Working of a Thermal Power Plant 26

Figure 5: Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (MW), 2001-2020 30

Figure 6: Power Market, The US, Power Generation by Fuel Type (GWh), 2001-2020 32

Figure 7: Thermal Power Market, The US, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2020 34

Figure 8: Thermal Power Market, The US, Total Generation (GWh), 2001-2020 36

Figure 9: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Power Boiler Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 38

Figure 10: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top HRSG Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 40

Figure 11: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Gas Turbines Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 41

Figure 12: Thermal Power Market, The US, Top Steam Turbine Manufacturing Companies Market Share (%), 2009 43

Figure 13: Thermal Power Market, The US, Financing Trends, Deal Value ($m) and Volume (Number) , 2004-2009 48

Figure 14: Thermal Power Market, The US ,Financing Trends, Deal Values by Deal Type (%), 2009 50

Companies mentioned

Southern Company

American Electric Power Company , Inc.

Duke Energy Corporation

Florida Power & Light Company

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