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According to a new market report published by Lucintel, the future of the FRP pipe market looks good with opportunities in the oil and gas, retail fuel, water/waste water, sewage, and chemical industries. The North American FRP pipe market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 2.9% from 2015 to 2020. The major growth drivers for this market are an increase in shale gas exploration activities and the expanding offshore oil and gas industry. Growth of further demand in key end use industries, such as the construction of water supply systems and development of sewage treatment systems, is expected to remain a key driving factor for the North American FRP pipe market.

In this market, epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester are the major resin types for the manufacture of FRP pipes. Lucintel predicts that the demand for epoxy resins in FRP pipes is expected to experience the highest growth in the forecast period, supported by growing demand in onshore oil & gas and chemical applications. On the basis of its comprehensive research, Lucintel forecasts that onshore oil & gas, chemical/industrial, water/wastewater, and sewage applications are expected to show above average growth.
Within the FRP pipe market, onshore oil and gas is expected to remain the largest market by value and volume consumption, followed by chemical/industrial applications. The growth of oil and gas exploration activities and the boom in shale gas production in the onshore oil & gas industry are expected to spur growth for this segment over the forecast period.
The US is expected to remain the largest market due to the growth in end use applications of onshore oil and gas as well as chemical/ industrial. The US government and private players are expected to invest more to set up new pipelines to transport crude oil and gas, which will drive the growth of the FRP pipe market.
For market expansion, the report suggests innovation and new product development where the unique characteristics of FRP pipes can be capitalized. Emerging trends, which have a direct impact on the dynamics of the industry, are the introduction of onsite FRP pipe manufacturing facilities and increasing rehabilitation activities of pipelines. NOV Fiber Glass Systems, Future Pipe Industries, Hobas Pipe USA, Reinforced Plastics Systems, and Amiantit are some of the major manufacturers of FRP pipes.

Lucintel, a leading global strategic consulting and market research firm, has analyzed opportunities for FRP Pipes in North America by end-use industry, material type, and region and has come up with a comprehensive research report, “Opportunities for FRP Pipes in North America 2015-2020: Market Size, Market Share and Forecast Analysis .” The Lucintel report serves as a spring board for growth strategies as it provides comprehensive data and analysis on trends, key drivers, and directions. The study includes a forecast for FRP pipes in the North Amercian market through 2020, segmented by end-use industry, material type, and region as follows:
By end use industry [Volume (Million Pounds/Kiloton) and Value $ Million from 2015 to 2020]-
Onshore Oil and Gas Retail Fuel Water/Wastewater Sewage Pulp/Paper Chemical/Industry Offshore Oil and Gas Power Other

By material type [Volume (Million Pounds/Kiloton) and Value $ Million from 2015 to 2020]-
Glass Fiber Carbon Fiber Polyester Resin Vinyl Ester Resin Epoxy Resin

By region [Volume (Million Pounds/Kiloton) and Value $ Million from 2015 to 2020]-
North America Europe Asia Pacific Rest of World


This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of “Opportunities for FRP Pipes in North America 2015-2020: Market Size, Market Share, and Forecast Analysis” include:

Market size estimates: FRP Pipes in North America market size estimation in terms of volume (M lbs.) and value ($M) shipment. Trend and forecast analysis: FRP Pipes in North America market trend (2009-2014) and forecast (2015-2020) by regions, products and applications. Segmentation analysis: FRP Pipes in North America market size by application segments such as onshore oil & gas, retail fuel, water/wastewater, sewage, pulp/paper, chemical, offshore oil & gas, power and other in terms of value shipment. Regional analysis: FRP Pipes in North America market breakdown by key regions such as Northeastern US, Southern US, Midwestern US, Canada, Western US, Texas & OK. Growth opportunities: Analysis on growth opportunities in different applications, products, and regions. Strategic analysis: This includes M&A, new product development, competitive landscape, and expansion strategies of FRP Pipes in North America market suppliers. Analysis of competitive intensity of the industry based on Porter’s Five Forces model.

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Opportunities for FRP Pipes in North America 2015-2020: Market Size, Market Share, and Forecast Analysis
1. Executive Summary2. North American FRP Pipe Market Background and Characteristics2.1: Introduction2.1.1: FRP pipe manufacturing process2.1.2: Industry classifications and market served2.1.3: Supply chain in the North American FRP pipe market2.2: Porter's Five Forces Analysis of North American FRP pipe market3. North American FRP Pipe Market Analysis3.1: FRP pipecurrent market analysis 20123.1.1: Composite materials used forFRP pipes3.1.2: FRP pipe market analysis by manufacturing process3.1.3: North American FRP pipe market by country3.2: Market trends 2007-20123.2.1: Macro-economic trends3.2.2: End market trends3.3: Market trends in North American FRP pipe market 2007-20123.3.1: FRP pipe market segmentation by applications3.3.2: FRP pipe market by diameter size of pipe3.3.3: Trends of North American FRP pipes in oil and gas market (2007-2012)3.3.4; Trends of North American FRP pipes in retail fuel market (2007-2012)3.3.5: Trends of North American FRP pipes in water/wastewater market (2007-2012)3.3.6: Trends of North American FRP pipes in sewage market (2007-2012)3.3.7: Trends of North American FRP pipes in pulp/paper market (2007-2012)3.3.8: Trends of North American FRP pipes in chemical market (2007-2012)3.3.9: Trend of North American FRP pipes in offshore/marine market (2007-2012)3.3.10: Trend of North American FRP pipes in power market (2007-2012)3.3.11: Raw material trend3.4: Drivers and challenges for North American FRP pipe market3.5: Market Forecasts of North AmericanFRP Pipe Market (2013-2018)3.5.1: Macro-Economy forecast3.5.2: Market Forecasts of North AmericanFRP Pipe Market (2013-2018)3.5.3: North America FRP Pipe market forecast by size3.5.4: North American FRP pipe market forecast by raw material3.5.5: Forecasts from the material suppliers perspective4. Financial (Profitability and Cost Structure) Analysis4.1: North American FRP pipe market profitability analysis4.2: North American FRP pipe market cost structure analysis5. Competitive Landscape and Growth Opportunities Analysis5.1: Product portfolio analysis5.2: Market share analysis5.3: Growth leadership analysis
5.4: Growth opportunity analysis5.4.1: Growth opportunities in North American FRP pipe market by application6. Strategic Assessment of the Market6.1: Emerging (application) trend in North American FRP pipe market6.1.1: Emerging trends in North American FRP pipe market6.2: Innovations and new product launched in North American FRP pipe market6.3: Merger and acquisitions in North American FRP pipe market6.4: Expansion of FRP pipe production bases7. Expert Opinions8. Company Profiles for Leading Players
List of FiguresChapter 2. North American FRP Pipe Market Background and CharacteristicsFigure 2.1: Evolution in corrosion applications for composite products from1950's onwardsFigure 2.2: Evolution in piping technologiesFigure 2.3: Raw material flow chart in pipe manufacturingFigure 2.4: A Filament winding machineFigure 2.5: Chopper gun used for the spray-up processFigure 2.6: Evolution in standards for fiberglass pipesFigure 2.7: FRP pipes for corrosion resistanceFigure 2.8: FRP pipe for oilfield applicationFigure 2.9: FRP pipe for retail petroleum applicationFigure 2.10: FRP pipe for chemical applicationFigure 2.11: FRP pipe for wastewater applicationFigure 2.12: FRP fire water deluge pipe (Ameron/NOV)Figure 2.13: FRP pipe for pulp/paper applicationFigure 2.14: FRP pipe for water applicationFigure 2.15: FRP pipe for power applicationFigure 2.16: FRP pipe for industrial applicationFigure 2.17: FRP pipe for offshore applicationFigure 2.18: FRP pipe for marine/offshore applicationFigure 2.19: FRP pipe for marine applicationFigure 2.20: FRP pipe applicationsFigure 2.21: Gas industry miles of pipeline in the US in 2007 by type of materialFigure 2.22: FRP pipe imageFigure 2.23: Odor control duct work at alcosan wastewater treatment plantFigure 2.24: Samples of fiberglass pipes and ductsFigure 2.25: Fiberglass pipeline installed within an existing concrete pipeFigure 2.26: Fiberglass piping for boise bleaches plantFigure 2.27: Fiberglass pipe for an underground effluent pipeFigure 2.28: Digester exhaust duct and blow stackFigure 2.29: Bleach plant process pipeFigure 2.30: Access tees fitted with mechanical joint by flange adapters
Figure 2.31: Large diameter fiberglass pipesFigure 2.32: Supply chain analysis for North American FRP pipe marketFigure 2.33: Porter's Five Forces analysis for North American FRP pipe marketChapter 3.North American FRP Pipe Market AnalysisFigure 3.1: North American FRP pipe market breakdown by application in 2012Figure 3.2: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different application in 2012Figure 3.3: North American FRP pipe market distribution by application in MpoundsFigure 3.4: North American FRP pipe market by number of feet used in major applications in 2012Figure 3.5: Market distribution ($M) of raw materials consumption by FRP pipes used in North America by resin type in 2012Figure 3.6: Market distribution (M lbs) of raw materials consumption byFRP pipes used in North America by resin type in 2012Figure 3.7: Resin materials consumption (M lbs) by FRP pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.8: Distribution of composite materials consumption (M lbs) by fiberglass pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.9: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) by fiberglass pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.10: Percentage distribution ($M) of manufacturing processesused in production of FRP pipes in North America in 2012Figure 3.11: Comparison of manufacturing processes used in production of FRP pipes in North America in 2012Figure 3.12: Distribution of the North American FRP pipe market ($M) by country Figure 3.13: FRP pipe market ($M) in North America by countryFigure 3.14: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by application in the US in 2012Figure 3.15: FRP pipe market ($M) in the US in 2012Figure 3.16: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) in Canada in 2012Figure 3.17: FRP pipe market ($M) in Canada in 2012Figure 3.18: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by application in Mexico in 2012Figure 3.19: FRP pipe market ($M) in Mexico in 2012Figure 3.20: North America GDP growth rate trend by countryFigure 3.21: FRP Pipes used in exploration and distribution of oil and gasFigure 3.22: Footage drilled in oil and gas market by year (2000-2010) and by type of wellFigure 3.23: Number of wells drilled in oil and gas market by year (2000-2010) and by type of wellFigure 3.24: Distribution of natural gas and crude oil well in 2010Figure 3.25: Distribution of fiberglass pipes in oil and gas industryFigure 3.26: Composites pipe market distribution by type of application in oil/gas industry in 2012Figure 3.27: FRPpipe jointsFigure 3.28: SCP (Spoolable Carbon Fiber Pipe)Figure 3.29: Composites pipe market in oil and gas industry by type of pipe (jointed and spoolable) in 2012Figure 3.30: Oil and gas market contribution ($M) in North American FRP pipe market in 2012Figure 3.31: North American FRP pipe market in oil and gas application in 2012Figure 3.32: Market share analysis of leaders in oilfield applications market in North America in 2012
Figure 2.31: Large diameter fiberglass pipesFigure 2.32: Supply chain analysis for North American FRP pipe marketFigure 2.33: Porter's Five Forces analysis for North American FRP pipe marketChapter 3.North American FRP Pipe Market AnalysisFigure 3.1: North American FRP pipe market breakdown by application in 2012Figure 3.2: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different application in 2012Figure 3.3: North American FRP pipe market distribution by application in MpoundsFigure 3.4: North American FRP pipe market by number of feet used in major applications in 2012Figure 3.5: Market distribution ($M) of raw materials consumption by FRP pipes used in North America by resin type in 2012Figure 3.6: Market distribution (M lbs) of raw materials consumption byFRP pipes used in North America by resin type in 2012Figure 3.7: Resin materials consumption (M lbs) by FRP pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.8: Distribution of composite materials consumption (M lbs) by fiberglass pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.9: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) by fiberglass pipes used in different applications in North America in 2012Figure 3.10: Percentage distribution ($M) of manufacturing processesused in production of FRP pipes in North America in 2012Figure 3.11: Comparison of manufacturing processes used in production of FRP pipes in North America in 2012Figure 3.12: Distribution of the North American FRP pipe market ($M) by country Figure 3.13: FRP pipe market ($M) in North America by countryFigure 3.14: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by application in the US in 2012Figure 3.15: FRP pipe market ($M) in the US in 2012Figure 3.16: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) in Canada in 2012Figure 3.17: FRP pipe market ($M) in Canada in 2012Figure 3.18: FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by application in Mexico in 2012Figure 3.19: FRP pipe market ($M) in Mexico in 2012Figure 3.20: North America GDP growth rate trend by countryFigure 3.21: FRP Pipes used in exploration and distribution of oil and gasFigure 3.22: Footage drilled in oil and gas market by year (2000-2010) and by type of wellFigure 3.23: Number of wells drilled in oil and gas market by year (2000-2010) and by type of wellFigure 3.24: Distribution of natural gas and crude oil well in 2010Figure 3.25: Distribution of fiberglass pipes in oil and gas industryFigure 3.26: Composites pipe market distribution by type of application in oil/gas industry in 2012Figure 3.27: FRPpipe jointsFigure 3.28: SCP (Spoolable Carbon Fiber Pipe)Figure 3.29: Composites pipe market in oil and gas industry by type of pipe (jointed and spoolable) in 2012Figure 3.30: Oil and gas market contribution ($M) in North American FRP pipe market in 2012Figure 3.31: North American FRP pipe market in oil and gas application in 2012Figure 3.32: Market share analysis of leaders in oilfield applications market in North America in 2012
Figure 3.70: Average annual growth rates in various market segments of the North AmericanFRP pipe market during 2011-2012Figure 3.71: North American FRP pipe market distribution by application in 2007Figure 3.72: North American FRP pipe market distribution by application in 2012Figure 3.73: Market Size of FRP Pipe in North America by majormarket segment in 2007Figure 3.74: Market Size of FRP Pipe in North America by major market segment in 2012Figure 3.75: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by application in 2007Figure 3.76: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by application in 2012Figure 3.77: Percent distribution by number of feet of FRP Pipe used in North America by major market segment in 2007Figure 3.78: Percent distribution by number of feet of FRP pipe used in North America by major market segment in 2012Figure 3.79: North American FRP Pipe Market in Terms of Number of Feet by Major Market Segment in 2007Figure 3.80: North American FRP Pipe Market in Terms of Number of Feet by Major Market Segment in 2012Figure 3.81: Market of FRP pipe ($M) in North America by Major Market Segment in 2007Figure 3.82: Market of FRP pipe ($M) in North America by Major Market Segment in 2012Figure 3.83: North American FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by size of diameter used in corrosion application in 2007Figure 3.84: North American FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by size of diameter used in corrosion application in 2012Figure 3.85: Comparison between large and small diameter fiberglass pipes ($M) in North America in 2007Figure 3.86: Comparison between large and small diameter fiberglass pipes ($M) in North America in 2012Figure 3.87: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by size of diameter used in corrosion application in 2007Figure 3.88: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by Size of Diameter Used in Corrosion Application in 2012Figure 3.89: Comparison between large and small diameter fiberglass pipes (M lbs) in North America in 2007Figure 3.90: Comparison between large and small diameter fiberglass pipes (M lbs) in North America in 2012Figure 3.91: Percentage distribution ($M) of small diameter fiberglass pipesin North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.92: Small diameter FRP Pipe Market by Volume (M lbs) in North America by Market Segment in 2012Figure 3.93: Percentage distribution of FRP pipe market (M Feet) by small diameter in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.94: Small diameter FRP pipe market by length (M Feet) in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.95: Percentage distribution ofsmall diameter FRP pipe market by polyester resin material consumption in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.96: Percentage distribution of small diameter FRP pipe market (M lbs) by vinyl ester resin material consumption North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.97: Percentage distribution of small diameter FRP Pipe market (M lbs) by epoxy resin material consumption in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.98: Large diameter FRP Pipes
Figure3.99: North American FRP pipe market ($M) Distribution by large diameter in various applications for 2012Figure 3.100: Large Diameter FRP pipe market (M lbs) in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.101: Large Diameter FRP pipe market by length (M Feet) in North America by market segment in 2012Figure 3.102: North American FRP pipe market distribution by large diameter in million feet2012Figure 3.103: North American FRP pipe market distribution by large diameter (M lbs) in 2012Figure 3.104: FRP Pipe Market Trend ($M) in Oil and Gas Applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.105: FRP pipe market trend ($M) in retail fuel applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.106: FRP pipe market trend ($M) in water/waste water applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.107: FRP pipe market trend ($M) in sewage applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.108: FRP PIPE MARKET TREND ($M) in Pulp/Paper Applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.109: FRP pipe market trend ($M) in chemical applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.110: FRP pipe market trend ($M) in offshore/marine applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.111:FRP pipe market trend ($M) in power applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.112:FRP pipe market trend ($M) in other applications in North America during 2007-2012Figure 3.113: Distribution of raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP pipe manufacturing in North America in 2007Figure 3.114: Raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP pipe manufacturing in North America in 2007Figure 3.115: Distribution of raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP pipe manufacturing in North America in 2012Figure 3.116: Raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP pipe manufacturing inNorth America in 2012Figure 3.117: Distribution of composite resin materials consumption (M lbs) in 2007Figure 3.118: Distribution of composite resin materials consumption (M lbs) in 2012Figure 3.119: Drivers and challenges for North American FRP pipeFigure 3.119: Drivers and challenges for North American FRP pipe marketFigure 3.120: Growth drivers and their impacts on FRP pipe marketFigure 3.121: North American GDP growth rate forecast 2013-2018Figure 3.122: North American FRP pipe market ($M) forecast over 2013-2018Figure 3.123: Annual percentage change in the overall forecast for the North American FRP market ($M)Figure 3.124: Growth Forecast for North American FRP Pipe Market by Application during 2012-2013Figure 3.125: Forecasted CAGR for North American FRP Pipe Market by Application during 2013-2018
Figure 3.126: Distribution of FRP pipe market ($M) in North America in 2013Figure 3.127: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different applications in 2013Figure 3.128: Distribution of FRPpipe market ($M) in North America in 2018Figure 3.129: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different applications in 2018Figure 3.130: North American FRP pipe market (M lbs) for different applications in 2013Figure 3.131: North American FRP pipe market (M lbs) for different applications in 2018Figure 3.132: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by size of diameter in 2013Figure 3.133: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by size of diameter in 2018Figure 3.134: NorthAmerican FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by large diameter in different applications in 2013Figure 3.135: North American FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by large diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.136: North American FRP pipe marketdistribution ($M) by small diameter in different applications for 2013Figure 3.137: North American FRP pipe market breakdown ($M) by small diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.138: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by large diameter in different Applications for 2013Figure 3.139: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by large diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.140: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by small diameter in different applications for 2013Figure 3.141: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by small diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.142: Distribution of resin consumption (M lbs) in North American FRP pipe market in 2013Figure 3.143: Distribution of composites consumption (M lbs) in North American FRP pipe market in 2013Figure 3.144: Resin material consumption distribution (M lbs) in the composites pipe market in 2018Figure 3.145: Raw material consumption distribution (M lbs) in the composites pipe market in 2018Chapter 4. Financial (Profitability and Cost Structure) AnalysisFigure 4.1: North American FRP pipe market profitability analysis (%) 2007-2012Figure 4.2: Cost structure in North American FRP pipe market (%)2007-2012Chapter 5. Competitive Landscape and Growth Opportunities AnalysisFigure 5.1: North American FRP pipe market share analysis in 2012Figure 5.2: North American FRP pipe market consolidation analysisFigure 5.3: Growth leadership matrix in North American FRP pipe marketFigure 5.4: Growth matrix of North American FRP pipe market (2007-2012)Figure 5.5: Growth matrix of North America FRP pipe market (2013-2018)Chapter6. Strategic Assessment of the MarketFigure 6.1: Emerging applications of FRP pipes with future growth potentialFigure 6.2: Emerging trend in North American FRP pipe market
Figure 3.126: Distribution of FRP pipe market ($M) in North America in 2013Figure 3.127: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different applications in 2013Figure 3.128: Distribution of FRPpipe market ($M) in North America in 2018Figure 3.129: North American FRP pipe market ($M) in different applications in 2018Figure 3.130: North American FRP pipe market (M lbs) for different applications in 2013Figure 3.131: North American FRP pipe market (M lbs) for different applications in 2018Figure 3.132: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by size of diameter in 2013Figure 3.133: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by size of diameter in 2018Figure 3.134: NorthAmerican FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by large diameter in different applications in 2013Figure 3.135: North American FRP pipe market distribution ($M) by large diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.136: North American FRP pipe marketdistribution ($M) by small diameter in different applications for 2013Figure 3.137: North American FRP pipe market breakdown ($M) by small diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.138: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by large diameter in different Applications for 2013Figure 3.139: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by large diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.140: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by small diameter in different applications for 2013Figure 3.141: North American FRP pipe market distribution (M lbs) by small diameter in different applications for 2018Figure 3.142: Distribution of resin consumption (M lbs) in North American FRP pipe market in 2013Figure 3.143: Distribution of composites consumption (M lbs) in North American FRP pipe market in 2013Figure 3.144: Resin material consumption distribution (M lbs) in the composites pipe market in 2018Figure 3.145: Raw material consumption distribution (M lbs) in the composites pipe market in 2018Chapter 4. Financial (Profitability and Cost Structure) AnalysisFigure 4.1: North American FRP pipe market profitability analysis (%) 2007-2012Figure 4.2: Cost structure in North American FRP pipe market (%)2007-2012Chapter 5. Competitive Landscape and Growth Opportunities AnalysisFigure 5.1: North American FRP pipe market share analysis in 2012Figure 5.2: North American FRP pipe market consolidation analysisFigure 5.3: Growth leadership matrix in North American FRP pipe marketFigure 5.4: Growth matrix of North American FRP pipe market (2007-2012)Figure 5.5: Growth matrix of North America FRP pipe market (2013-2018)Chapter6. Strategic Assessment of the MarketFigure 6.1: Emerging applications of FRP pipes with future growth potentialFigure 6.2: Emerging trend in North American FRP pipe market
Table 3.18: Market size and annual growth forecasts over 2013-2018 in various applications ofNorth American FRPpipe marketChapter5. Competitive Landscape and Growth Opportunities AnalysisTable 5.1: Product Portfolio analysis of major manufacturers in major market segmentsTable 5.2: Market share analysis of top five companies in North American FRP pipe marketTable 5.3: Worldwide sales of FRP products in new coal power plantChapter6. Strategic Assessment of the MarketTable 6.1: Mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures in North American FRP pipe market

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