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The Cable Report 2015 - Ed 2

This is the 2nd edition of the StatPlan Cable Report. The report sizes demand for insulated energy cable, bare energy conductors, metal telecoms cable, fibre optic cable, superconductors, winding wire and mechanical steel rope from 2015 to 2020.

MECHANICAL STEEL ROPE

Production and applications are analysed.

Manufacturers of mechanical steel rope are listed with market shares.

THE MAIN FOCUS OF THE REPORT IS CONTAINED IN SECTIONS, COVERING

ENERGY AND COMMUNICATIONS WIRE AND CABLE,

PRODUCTION

Analysed in tonnage by region from 2000 to 2014 and forecast from 2015 to 2020.

CONSUMPTION

Recorded in $ value from 2000 to 2014 and forecast from 2015 to 2020, analysed by region & country (world, 6 regions and 29 countries) and by category.

CONSUMPTION IS ANALYSED BY END-USER SECTORS:

Infrastructure and utilities (GTD)

Industry - Specialist & OEM, automotive, OGP, SURF, renewables, elevators

Telecoms

Construction

Others

USE OF CABLE TYPE IS ANALAYSED WITHIN THESE SECTORS;

HV Power, MV Power

HV Subsea, MV Subsea

LV Insulated Cable, Building LV Cable, Automotive Cable

Bare Conductors

Telecoms Voice & Data Cable, Fibre Optic

PRODUCT MARKET REVIEWS

Insulated land cables, HV, MV and LV, underground land cables

Marine market—offshore wind power, oil & gas (OGP) with key country markets

Submarine cables; demand, manufacturers, development

SURF—Subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines, pre-salt/post-salt reserves

Industrial applications—OEM, transport harnesses, automotive, mining, electric rail-ways & HSR by region, light railways

Manufacturing and process industry

Construction

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. ALL CABLE – ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS AND MECHANICAL ROPE
2. GLOBAL MARKET SIZE – ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS AND COMMUNICATIONS CABLES .. 19
2.1. METALLIC WIRE & CABLE – PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION
2.2. OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE - MILLION KM CONSUMPTION
2.3. ALL WIRE AND CABLES CONSUMPTION – VALUE $ MILLIONS
2.5. COMPARISON OF PRODUCTION IN TONNAGE AND CONSUMPTION IN VALUE
2.6. GLOBAL PRODUCTION BY REGION
2.7. END-USER SECTORS
2.9. INTERNATIONAL TRADE
3. THE EUROPEAN WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
3.1. MARKET SIZE
3.2. THE EUROPEAN ECONOMY
3.2.1. European crisis of public debt
3.2.2. The common Eurozone currency
3.3. WIRE AND CABLE MARKET EAST/WEST EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTION
3.3.A. Product groups by value
3.4. GERMANY
3.5.1. ECONOMY
3.5.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
3.5.3. GERMAN WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS
3.5. FRANCE
3.6.1. ECONOMY
3.6.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
3.6.3. FRENCH WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS
3.6. ITALY
3.7.1. ECONOMY
3.7.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
3.7.3. ITALIAN WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS
3.7. SPAIN
3.8.1. ECONOMY
3.8.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
3.8.3. SPANISH WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS
3.8. UNITED KINGDOM
3.9.1. ECONOMY
3.9.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
3.9.3. UK WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS
4. THE CIS WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
4.1. RUSSIA
4.1.1. DEMAND
4.1.2. ECONOMY
4.1.3. MANUFACTURERS
5. THE CHINESE WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
5.1. DEMAND
5.2. MARKET BY PRODUCT GROUP
5.3. INTERNATIONAL TRADE
5.4. CERTIFICATION
5.5. MARKET GAPS
5.6. END USERS
5.6.1. Power sector
5.6.2. Nuclear Power
5.6.3. Wind power
5.6.4. Solar power
5.6.5. Telecommunication Industry
5.6.6. Construction
5.6.7. Automotive Industry
5.7. MANUFACTURERS
5.7.1. Key Manufacturers
5.8. COUNTERFEIT CABLES
6. THE ASIA PACIFIC (EXCLUDING CHINA) WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
6.1. JAPAN
6.1.1. DEMAND
6.1.2. ECONOMY
6.1.3. PRODUCTION
6.1.4. MANUFACTURERS
6.2. KOREA
6.2.1. DEMAND
6.2.2. ECONOMY
6.2.3. MANUFACTURERS
6.3. TAIWAN
6.3.1. DEMAND
6.3.2. ECONOMY
6.3.3. MANUFACTURERS
6.4. INDIA
6.4.1. DEMAND
6.4.2. ECONOMY
6.4.3. END USERS
6.4.4. MANUFACTURERS
6.4.5. INFORMAL SECTOR
6.4.6. COUNTERFEIT CABLES
6.4.7. STANDARDS
6.4.8. FOREIGN INVESTORS
7. THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
7.1. MIDDLE EAST
7.1.1. DEMAND
7.1.2. ECONOMY
7.1.3. MANUFACTURING
7.2. AFRICA
7.2.1. DEMAND,
7.2.2. ECONOMY
7.2.3. MANUFACTURERS
8. NORTH AMERICAN WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
8.1. UNITED STATES
8.1.1. DEMAND
8.1.2. PRODUCT GROUPS
8.1.3. ECONOMY
8.1.4. CABLE MARKETS DRIVERS AND OUTLOOK
8.1.5. MANUFACTURERS
8.1.6. MARKE SHARES
9. LATIN AMERICAN WIRE AND CABLE MARKET
9.1. DEMAND
9.2. BRAZIL
9.2.1. DEMAND
9.2.2. ECONOMY
9.3. MEXICO
9.3.1. DEMAND
9.3.2. ECONOMY
10. WIRE ROPE
10.1. PRODUCTION
10.2. APPLICATIONS OF WIRE ROPE
10.3. MANUFACTURERS
11. LONG TERM PROSPECTS AND PROFITABILITY OF CONDUCTORS
11.1. SUBMARINE CABLE
11.2. SURF
11.3. FIBRE OPTICAL CABLE
11.4. LAND EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE
12. ENERGY AND COMMUNICATIONS CABLE MANUFACTURERS
13. WIRE AND CABLE MARKET DRIVERS
13.1. TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY INDUSTRY
13.1.1. Electrification
13.1.2. Transmission network development
13.2 RAILWAYS
13.3. TELECOMS
13.3.1. Regional versus intercontinental traffic
13.4. AUTOMOTIVE
13.5. CONSTRUCTION
14. PRICE TRENDS AND FACTORS DRIVING PRICES
14.1. ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CLIMATE
14.1.1. Inflation and debt outlook
14.2. DEMAND FOR WIRE AND CABLE - MARKET AND INDUSTRY TRENDS
14.2.1. Utilities
14.2.2. Industry
14.3. WIRE AND CABLE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
14.3.1. China
14.3.2. India
14.3.3. United States
14.4 RAW MATERIALS
14.5. COMMODITY PRICES
14.5.1. Copper
14.5.2. Aluminium
14.5.3. Steel
14.5.4. The Copper Value Chain
14.5.5. The Copper Trade
15. PRODUCT SEGMENTS, INSULATED LAND CABLES – HV, MV & LV
15.1. OVERVIEW
15.2. UNDERGOUND CABLING IN THE UTILITY SECTOR
15.3. REGIONAL ANALYSIS
15.4. DRIVERS FOR UNDERGROUND CABLES
15.5. HIGH COSTS
15.6. IMPACT OF URBANISATION
15.8. INSULATED LAND CABLE IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
16. THE MARINE MARKET- OFFSHORE WIND POWER, OIL & GAS
16.1. OVERVIEW
16.2. OIL AND GAS OFFSHORE MARKET
16.2.1. Topside cables
16.2.2. Transmission
16.2.3. Subsea market
16.3. OFFSHORE WIND POWER
16.3.1. Electrical System Overview
16.3.2. Collection System
16.3.3. Floating Foundations
16.3.4. Transmission System
16.3.5. HVAC/HVDC
16.4. KEY COUNTRY MARKETS FOR OFFSHORE
16.4.1. German Offshore Wind Power
16.4.2. UK Offshore Wind Power
16.4.3. United States Offshore Wind Power
17. PRODUCT MARKETS, SUBMARINE CABLES
17.1. OVERVIEW
17.2. DEMAND FOR SUBMARINE CABLES
17.3. MANUFACTURERS
17.4. DEVELOPMENT OF SUBMARINE CABLE
17.5. TECHNOLOGY FOR SUBMARINE CABLES
17.6. CABLE LAYING
17.7. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS
17.8. HAZARDS TO SUBMARINE CABLES
18. PRODUCT SEGMENTS, SURF – SUBSEA UMBILICALS RISERS AND FlOWLINES
18.1. OVERVIEW
18.2. PRE-SALT & POST-SALT RESERVES
19. PRODUCT SEGMENTS, INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
19.1. TRANSPORT - CABLE, WIRES AND WIRING HARNESSES
19.1.1. Aircraft
19.1.2. Shipping
19.1.3. Automobiles
19.2. MINING
19.3. CONSTRUCTION
19.4. TERRESTRIAL WIND POWER
19.5. MANUFACTURING AND PROCESS INDUSTRY
20. PRODUCT MARKETS, ELECTRIC RAILWAYS
20.1. HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
20.2. POWER DELIVERY
20.3. ELECTRIFIED RAILWAY LENGTHS BY COUNTRY
20.4. TRACTION SYSTEMS
20.5. THE FUTURE OF HIGH SPEED RAIL
20.5.1. Europe
20.5.2. United States
20.5.3. Russia
20.5.5. Africa
20.6. OTHER RAILWAYS AND LIGHT RAILWAYS - ELECTRIFICATION
20.7. THE SCALE OF THE CHALLENGE FOR RAIL TRANSPORT
21. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, SUPERCONDUCTORS
21.1. THE DISCOVERY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
21.2. ADVANTAGES OF SUPERCONDUCTOR CABLE
21.2.1. Higher current-carrying capacity
21.2.2. Low impedance
21.2.3. Rights-of-way
21.2.4. Very low EMF
21.2.5. Lower life-costs for the system
21.3. CHALLENGES TO BE OVERCOME
21.3.1. High initial cost
21.3.2. Cryogenic Refrigeration System (CRS)
21.3.3. Splicing of the HTS cable
21.4. CURRENT STATUS OF SUPERCONDUCTOR USE
21.4.1. Under construction
21.5. PROMOTERS
21.6. MANUFACTURERS
21.7. FUTURE MARKET FOR HTS SUPERCONDUCTORS IN UTILITIES
22. METAL THEFT
22.1. OVERVIEW
22.2. OUTLOOK
23. CABLE PROPERTIES
23.1. TENSILE STRENGTH
23.2. FLEXIBILITY OR FLEX RATIO
23.3. CONDUCTIVITY
23.4. WEIGHT
23.5. COST
Figures
Figure 1 : Categories of rope, cable and conductor
Figure 2: The total cable market, mechanical and electrical, 2013
Figure 3: Metallic wire and cable production, tonnes, 2000-2020
Figure 4: Metallic wire and cable consumption excluding fibre optical cable, $ million, 2000-2020 19
Figure 5: Fibre optical cable consumption, km and price per km, 2000-2020
Figure 6: Fibre optical cable consumption, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 7: All wire and cable consumption, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 8: All wire and cable consumption by type, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 9: The split between bare conductors, insulated energy cable and all other cable, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 10: Wire and cable consumption by region, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 11: World consumption of wire and cable in value and production in weight 2000-2020
Figure 12: Wire and cable production by region, thousand tonnes, 1990-2013
Figure 13: Wire and cable production by region, thousand tonnes, 2000-2020
Figure 14: Global consumption of wire and cable by end-user sector, %, 2014
Figure 15: Global consumption of wire and cable by type, $ million, 2014
Figure 16: Global consumption of wire and cable by type, $ million, 2014
Figure 17: Geographical distribution of imports and exports
Figure 18: European consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 19: European consumption of wire and cable in value and production in weight 2000-2020
Figure 20: The European market split between Western Europe, Eastern Europe, 2000 to 2020
Figure 21: The European market for wire and cable by country, shares in value 2000 and 2014
Figure 22: Western Europe consumption by country, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 23: Eastern Europe consumption by country, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 24: European consumption by product group, major countries, $ million, 2013
Figure 25: German consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 26: German consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 27: French consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 28: French consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 29: Italian consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 30: Italian consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 31: Spanish consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 32: Spanish consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 33: United Kingdom consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 34: United Kingdom consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 35: Russian consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 36: Market shares of cable accessory suppliers in Russia
Figure 37: Chinese consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 38: Chinese consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 39: Japanese consumption of wire and cable by value 2000-2020
Figure 40: Japanese consumption of wire and cable by product segment, 2000-2020, $ million
Figure 41: Korean consumption of wire and cable by value 2000-2020
Figure 42: Taiwanese consumption of wire and cable by value 2000-2020
Figure 43: Indian consumption of wire and cable by value 2000-2020
Figure 44: Indian consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 45: % market share of principal wire and cable producers in India, 2014
Figure 46: Middle Eastern consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 47: African consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 48: US consumption of wire and cable by value 2000-2020
Figure 49: US consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 50: Wire and cable production in the USA, $ million, 2011
Figure 51: Latin American consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 52: The Latin American market for wire and cable in value, Brazil, Mexico and the rest of LAC, 2000-2020
Figure 53: Brazilian consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 54: Brazilian consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 55: Mexican consumption of wire and cable in value 2000-2020
Figure 56: Mexican consumption by product group, $ million, 2000-2020
Figure 57: Wire rope manufacturers and market shares
Figure 58: Long term growth and profitability
Figure 59: The top cable manufacturers by share (54% of global production)
Figure 60: Electrification of the world
Figure 61: The growth of internet and mobile telephony, 2005-2014
Figure 62: FTTX variants
Figure 63: Inflation 2005 to 2015
Figure 64: Average annual investment in T&D infrastructure
Figure 65: Market capitalisation of seleced European utilities
Figure 66: RWE Profit and loss
Figure 67: Millions of light vehicles sold globally from 2013 and projected to 2020.
Figure 68: Optical fibre cables and copper cables.
Figure 69: Cost of manufacture of cable
Figure 70: Materials used in cables
Figure 71: Prices of copper and aluminium 1960-2014
Figure 72: World metal consumption
Figure 73: Copper prices 2007-2013
Figure 74: Aluminium prices
Figure 75: Comparison of market estimate in $ with market size calculated from tonnage LME average spot prices, 1998-2013
Figure 76: Underground cable as a percent of the total network in European countries
Figure 77: Underground cable as a percent of the total network in CIS countries
Figure 78: Underground cable as a percent of the total network in MENA countries
Figure 79: Underground cable as a percent of the total network in Asia Pacific countries
Figure 80: Underground cable as a percent of the total network in Pacific countries
Figure 81: Market shares of different offshore segments
Figure 82: Undersea communications cables linking the world
Figure 83: Production of light vehicles, 2000-2020
Figure 84: An onshore wind turbine installation
Figure 85: Overhead line for rail traction
Figure 86: Scrap metal prices
Tables
Table 1: Types and end users of wire, cable and rope
Table 2: Industries within the Industrial segment
Table 3: German cable manufacturers
Table 4: French cable manufacturers
Table 5: Italian cable manufacturers
Table 6: Spanish cable manufacturers
Table 7: UK cable manufacturers
Table 8: Russian cable manufacturers
Table 9: Chinese cable manufacturers
Table 10: Japanese cable manufacturers
Table 11: Korean cable manufacturers
Table 13: Middle Eastern cable manufacturers
Table 14: African cable manufacturers
Table 15: Company shares of market segments, United States, 2011
Table 16: Summary of wire and cable forecasts 2014 – 2020, by country and region, $ billion
Table 17: The top global cable manufacturers by industry
Table 18: The top cable manufacturers by country
Table 19: Manufacturers of subsea power cable and communications cable
Table 20: Electrified railways throughout the world, 2014
Table 21: Installed superconductors
Table 23: Average conductivity of metals

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