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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Analysis: By Technology (Post combustion, Pre Combustion, Oxy Fuel Technology); By Storage (Geological, Ocean and Mineral); By End User (Chemical, Fertilizer, Iron and Steel, Oil & Gas) -Forecast (2016 - 2021)
Report Code : CMR 0023
Published: 28 June, 2016   No. of pages: 187

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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has emerged as critical technical component in the combined efforts of various nations to combat climate change. Carbon capture and storage refers to the capturing of carbon dioxide from different sources of emission, separating it from other gases and transporting to a suitable location for storage. Considering the cumulative commitment of disparate industrial stakeholders in curbing Co2 emissions coupled with ongoing dominant role of fossil fuels in energy generation, the carbon capture and storage technology is being adopted and employed across the globe.

The report explains that global carbon capture and storage market is segmented on the basis of type of capture technology, storage technology and geography.

Based on capture technology, market is classified into:
  • Post Combustion Capture
  • Pre Combustion Capture
  • Oxy Fuel Technology and Others

Also, based on the storage methods, the market has been categorized into:
  • Geological Storage
  • Mineral Storage
  • Ocean Storage and Others

Carbon capture and storage technology finds its applications into a variety of end user industries which include:
  • Chemical Production
  • Fertilizer Production
  • Iron and Steel
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power generation and Others

Each of these segments is further broken down to give an in-depth analysis of the market. The carbon capture and storage market report analyses the applications in disparate end user industries coupled with market demand from across the regions.

The growth in carbon capture and storage market is driven from Non Organization for Economic Corporation and Development (OECD) countries with a strong economic growth and industrialization. The increase of energy consumption is projected from renewable energy and nuclear power, presently contributing 2.5% growth to the market per year. Policies and regulations governing usage of fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions fuel are set to increase the market growth. The increase in usage of biofuels resulted in the increase of energy consumption.

Carbon Capture and Storage Market

As far as the geographical region is concerned, Americas, due to its expanding initiatives for a number of projects as a demonstration or pilot form to research about the implications and complexities associated with  the market,  is anticipated to encounter the utmost growth in the carbon capture and storage market between 2016 and 2021. This trend is followed by Europe wherein, dominant drivers for the CCS market includes Climate Change Obligations, Emission Standards and Taxation policies on Carbon emissions among the industry and power plant operators.

The Key Players profiled in this report include like:
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc
  • Halliburton Company
  • Schlumberger Limited
  • Aker Solutions ASA
  • Statoil ASA

The report analyses the CO2 capture and storage market demand with respect to various regions. Competitive landscape for top five CO2 capture and storage market is highlighted and market players are profiled and are analysed on disparate aspects like company overview, financial overview, product portfolio and recent developments.
1. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market Landscape
   3.1. Market share Analysis
   3.2. Comparative Analysis
      3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
      3.2.2. End-User Profiling
      3.2.3. Patent Analysis
      3.2.4. Top 5 Financial Analysis
4. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market Forces
   4.1. Market Drivers
   4.2. Market Constraints
   4.3. Market Challenges
   4.4. Attractiveness of the Industry
      4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
      4.4.2. Power of Customers
      4.4.3. Threat of New entrants
      4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
      4.4.5. Degree of Competition
5. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market – Strategic Analysis
   5.1. Value Chain Analysis
   5.2. Pricing Analysis
   5.3. Opportunity Analysis
   5.4. Product Life Cycle Analysis
   5.5. Suppliers & Distributors
6. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market – By Capture Technology
   6.1. Post Combustion Capture
   6.2. Pre-Combustion Capture
   6.3. Oxyfuel technology
   6.4. Others
7. Global CO2 Capture and Storage Market – By Storage                        Technology
   7.1. Introduction
   7.2. Geological Storage
   7.2. Ocean Storage
   7.3. Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
8. Global CO2 Capture & Storage Market – By End user industry
   8.1. Introduction
   8.2. Biofuels
   8.3. Cement and Concrete
   8.4. Iron and Steel
   8.5. Oil and Gas
   8.6. Others
9. Global CO2 Capture and Storage Market – By Geography
   9.1. Introduction
   9.2. Americas
      9.2.1. U.S.
      9.2.2. Canada
      9.2.3. Brazil
   9.3. Europe
      9.3.1. U.K.
      9.3.2. Germany
      9.3.3. Netherlands
      9.3.4. Norway
      9.3.5. Italy
      9.3.6. Others
   9.4. APAC
      9.4.1. China
      9.4.2. Japan
      9.4.3. Korea
      9.4.4. Australia
      9.4.5. Others
   9.5. RoW
      9.5.1. Middle East
      9.5.2. Africa
10. Market Entropy
   10.1. New Product Launches
   10.2. M&As, Collaborations, Partnerships & JVs
11. Investment Opportunities
12. Company Profiles
   12.1. ADA-ES, Inc.
   12.2. Aker Clean Carbon AS
   12.3. Alstom Group
   12.4. Archer Daniels Midland Company
   12.5. Chevron Corporation
   12.6. China HuaNeng Group
   12.7. CO2CRC Limited
   12.8. ConocoPhillips Company
   12.9. Dakota Gasification Company
   12.10. Eni S.p.A.
   12.11. Fluor Corporation
   12.12. Halliburton Company
   12.13. KBR, Inc.
   12.14. Linde Engineering Dresden GmbH
   12.15. Royal Dutch Shell plc
   12.16. RWE AG
   12.17. Sasol Limited
   12.18. Schlumberger Limited
   12.19. Siemens AG
   12.20. Total S.A.
*More than 40 Companies are profiled in this Research Report, Complete List available on Request*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
13. Appendix
   13.1. Abbreviations
   13.2. Sources
   13.3. Research Methodology
   13.4. Bibliography
   13.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
   13.6. Disclaimer
List of Tables:

Table 1. Carbon Storage CAPEX & OPEX, by Type of Geological Formation ($/tonne of CO2 Captured)
Table 2. IGCC Reference and CCS Plant Cost Analysis
Table 3. PC Reference and CCS Plant Cost Analysis
Table 4. NGCC Reference and CCS Plant Cost Analysis
Table 5. IGCC, NGCC & PC Mitigation Cost and Levelized Cost of Electricity Comparison
Table 6. Global Co2 Capture and Storage Market, by Capture Technology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 7. Global Co2 Capture and Storage Market, by Storage Technology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 8. General Electric Product Portfolio
Table 9. Halliburton Product Portfolio
Table 10. The Linde Group Product Portfolio


List of Figures:

Figure 1. Global Energy Consumption, by Source, 2020-2040 (Quadrillion Btu)
Figure 2. Global Energy Consumption, by Country Organization, 2020-2040 (Quadrillion Btu)
Figure 3. Global Co2 capture and storage  Market Size, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 4. Global Co2 capture and storage  Market Size, by Geography, 2015/2021(%)
Figure 5. Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share, by Industry Verticals, 2015 & 2021 (%)
Figure 6. Carbon Capture & Storage   Patents, by Year, 2012-2016*
Figure 7. Carbon Capture and Storage, Patents Share, by Companies  2012-2016* (%)
Figure 8. Carbon Capture and Storage Patents Share, by Solutions 2012-2016* (%)
Figure 9. Global Carbon Dioxide Emission, by Sources, 2009-2013 (million tonnes)
Figure 10. Global Carbon Dioxide Emission Share, by Sectors 2013 (%)
Figure 11. Global Gas Emissions, by Gas, 2014 (%)
Figure 12. CCS Market: Post Combustion Capture, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 13. CCS Market: Pre Combustion Capture, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 14. Global Natural Gas Production Volume, by Country, 2014 (%)
Figure 15. CCS Market: Oxyfuel Technology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 16. CCS Market: Industrial Separation, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 17. Global CCS Market: Geological Storage, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 18. Global CCS Market: Enhanced Oil Recovery, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 19. Global CCS Market: Ocean Storage, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 20. Global Co2 Emissions, by Industrial Sector, 2014 (MT)
Figure 21. Chemical Production: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 22. GHG Emissions Across Fertilizers Value Chain (Per Kg N)
Figure 23. Fertilizer Production: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 24. Global Crude Steel Production, 2011-2014 (MT)
Figure 25. Global Crude Steel Production Growth, 1995-2014 (%)
Figure 26. Iron and Steel: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 27. Global Oil Production Volume, by Region, 2014 (%)
Figure 28. Global Natural Gas Production Volume, by Region, 2014 (%)
Figure 29. Oil and Gas: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 30. Global Demand Growth of Energy, by Source, 1994-2035 (Million Tons Oil Equivalent)
Figure 31. Power Generation: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 32. Global Co2 Emissions Per Capita, by Fuel Type (MtCo2 per Million People)
Figure 33. Global Power Generation Market, by Country, 2014 (%)
Figure 34. Global Biofuel Production, by Region, 2004-2014 (Million Tons Oil Equivalent)
Figure 35. Others: Co2 Capture and Storage Market, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 36. Global Cement Emissions, 1960-2014 (MtCo2)
Figure 37. Global Carbon Capture and Storage Market Size, by Geography, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 38. Coal Based Energy Production, by Country, 2015-2021 (Mtoe)
Figure 39. Americas CCS Market Size, by Countries, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 40. Americas CCS Market Share, by Technology, 2015 & 2021 (%)
Figure 41. Americas CCS Market Size, by End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 42. U.S CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 43. Canada CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 44. North America Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 45. Brazil CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 46. Brazil Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 47. Mexico Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 48. Europe CCS Market Size, by Countries, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 49. Europe CCS Market Size, by Technology, 2015- 2021 ($Million)
Figure 50. Europe CCS Market Size, by End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 51. U.K CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 52. U.K Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 53. Germany Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 54. Netherlands CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 55. Netherlands Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 56. Norway CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 57. Norway Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 58. Italy Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 59. APAC CCS Market Size, by Countries, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 60. APAC CCS Market Size, by Technology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 61. APAC CCS Market Size, by End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 62. China CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 63. China Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 64. Australia CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 65. Australia Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 66. Japan Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 67. Korea CCS Market, by Years, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 68. Korea Electricity Generation by Source, 2015
Figure 69. RoW CCS Market Size, by Technology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 70. RoW CCS Market Size, by End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 71. Carbon Capture and Storage Market , by Total Number of Developments, by Year, 2012-2016* (%)
Figure 72. Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc. Net Sales, 2012-2015 ($Million)
Figure 73. General Electric Net Sales, by Years, 2012-2014 ($Billion)
Figure 74. General Electric Net Sales Share, by Business Segment, 2014 (%)
Figure 75. General Electric Net Sales Share, by Geography, 2014 (%)
Figure 76. Halliburton Net Sales, 2013-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 77. Halliburton Net Sales Share, by Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 78. Halliburton Net Sales Share, by Geography, 2015 (%)
Figure 79. Shell Net Sales, 2012-2014 ($Billion)
Figure 80. Shell Net Sales Share, by Business Segment, 2014 (%)
Figure 81. Shell Net Sales Share, by Geography, 2014 (%)
Figure 82. The Linde Group Net Sales, 2013-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 83. The Linde Group Net Sales Share, by Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 84. Aker Solutions: Annual Revenue, 2013 – 2015 ($Million)
Figure 85. Aker Solutions: Total Revenue, by Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 86. Aker Solutions: Total Revenue, by Geography , 2015 (%)
Figure 87. Siemens AG: Annual Revenue, 2013-2015 ($Million)
Figure 88. Siemens AG: Total Revenue, by Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 89. Siemens AG: Total Revenue, by Geography, 2015 (%)
Figure 90. Fluor Corporation: Annual Revenue, 2013 - 2015 ($Million)
Figure 91. Fluor Corporation: Total Revenue, by Geography, 2015 (%)
Figure 92. Fluor Corporation: Total Revenue, by Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 93. MHI: Annual Revenue, 2013 – 2015 ($Billion)
Figure 94. MHI: Total Revenue Share, by Segment , 2015 (%)
Figure 95. Total SA, Revenue Share, by Region, 2015 (%)
Figure 96. Total SA, Revenue, 2013-2015 ($Million)

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