October 2005

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High energy prices provide net gain for global pump market

WENDY WEIRAUCH, MANAGING EDITOR       Comments? Write: WW@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Rising energy ..

WENDY WEIRAUCH, MANAGING EDITOR       Comments? Write: WW@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Rising energy costs are shaping the $27 billion/yr pump market in a number of ways. A new report from the McIlvaine Company (www.mcilvainecompany.com) predicts that world pump revenues will rise from $27 billion in 2005 to $32 billion in 2008. While the general rate of growth will be modest, certain sectors will be very stagnant, while others will be growing at double-digit rates. Rising energy costs are a factor in this disparity. The market for pu

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