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Outlook Forecasts Project Spending Increase in 2018 for North American Pharma, Biotech

Spending on pharmaceutical and biotech projects in North America will rise 1.4% this year from 2017, according to Industrial Info's 2018 Global Industrial Outlook.…

Pharmaceutical & Biotech | Project Spending | North America

Industrial Info

Wed Feb 14 2018

Outlook Forecasts Spending Leap in 2018 for North American Alternative Fuel Projects

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Spending on Alternative Fuels projects in North America will rise 8.58% this year, from 2017, according…

Forecasts | North America | Alternative Fuels

Mackenzie

Thu Feb 08 2018

GMI Paints Healthy Picture of 24-Month Kickoff Outlook for North America

Industrial Info's Global Market Intelligence (GMI) Integrated Platform is tracking more than $1.18 trillion in projects this month in North America that are slated…

GMI Platform | North America | Outook | Forecast | Industrial Forecast

Industrial Info

Mon Jan 15 2018

North America's Metals & Minerals Industry Kicks Off $12.38 Billion of Projects in 2016

The North American Metals & Minerals Industry ended 2016 with $12.38 billion worth of industrial projects having started construction. That represents more than a…

Metals & Minerals | North America | Webinar | Industrial Info

Industrial Info

Wed Jan 18 2017

IIR Webinar: North American Power Capacity Closures Motivate New Power Generation

Since 2010, the U.S. and Canada have seen the closure of fossil-fuel-fed and nuclear power facilities to the tune of about 85 gigawatts (GW)…

North America | New Build | Power Generation Projects | Windfarm | Power Generation | Power Construction | EPC

Industrial Info

Wed Nov 30 2016

Outlook Forecasts Project Spending Increase in 2018 for North American Pharma, Biotech

Spending on pharmaceutical and biotech projects in North America will rise 1.4% this year from 2017, according to Industrial Info's 2018 Global Industrial Outlook. Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Pharmaceutical-Biotech Industry, said, "An impact from favorable new tax laws is expected to boost capex investment, as more cash is readily available. New products »

Outlook Forecasts Spending Leap in 2018 for North American Alternative Fuel Projects

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Spending on Alternative Fuels projects in North America will rise 8.58% this year, from 2017, according to Industrial Info's 2018 Global Industrial Outlook. Trey Hamblet, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Chemical Industry, said there is increased interest in developing biofuel capacity from waste products. "There is an »

GMI Paints Healthy Picture of 24-Month Kickoff Outlook for North America

Industrial Info's Global Market Intelligence (GMI) Integrated Platform is tracking more than $1.18 trillion in projects this month in North America that are slated to kick off construction over the next 24 months, a slight decrease (1%) from the 24-month December outlook of $1.19 trillion. Comprising this $1.18 trillion total are more than 18,500 projects in »

North America's Metals & Minerals Industry Kicks Off $12.38 Billion of Projects in 2016

The North American Metals & Minerals Industry ended 2016 with $12.38 billion worth of industrial projects having started construction. That represents more than a 40% decline in value compared with 2015, when $20.71 billion worth of projects started construction, according to Industrial Info's North American Project Spending Index. The three largest Metals & Minerals Industry sectors for projects »

IIR Webinar: North American Power Capacity Closures Motivate New Power Generation

Since 2010, the U.S. and Canada have seen the closure of fossil-fuel-fed and nuclear power facilities to the tune of about 85 gigawatts (GW), which provides the main motivation for new-build power generation projects now under construction or in the planning phases, according to Britt Burt, Industrial Info’s vice president of Global Research-Power Industry. Burt speaks about the »