Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson is a senior analyst in the Capital Equipment & Machinery group at IHS. He joined IHS in August 2011 and his research has been focused around capital equipment used in power generation including gas, steam, and hydro turbines, turbo expanders, low, medium, and high power generators, wind generators, and generator sets. He has also worked on reports covering industrial fractional horsepower motors as well as numerous custom research and consulting projects.

Greg holds a BBA in finance and economics from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He is based in the IHS Austin, Texas office in the United  States and may be contacted at Greg.Johnson@ihs.com.


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Gas Engines Database - 2017

IHS Markit presents a highly detailed database on the world market for gas engines. This database specifically covers gas engines that are used in power generation applications. The database presents world data by major region and country, power rating, and fuel mix with an extended long-term forecast to 2025. Data is further cross segmented by major region (Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific). Other major category splits present power rating data by industry sector, application, cooling type, and fuel type.

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Manufacturing Technology
Tough Times Ahead for Gas, Steam and Hydro Turbine Suppliers

Apart from a modest rebound expected for gas turbine sales in 2017, the markets for this capital equipment are forecast to continue their downward trend through 2020 because of the various factors discussed here.

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Manufacturing Technology
Gas Turbines Database - 2017

IHS Markit presents a highly detailed database on the world market for gas turbines. Gas turbines are used in power plants around the world for power generation and also used as a mechanical driver in industrial processes. The database presents world data by country, power rating, sales channel, fuel type, application, design type, and frequency. Regional data (Americas, EMEA, and Asia) and all technical segmentations are presented with a five year forecast to 2020.

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Manufacturing Technology
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