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Carbon Capture and Storage


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Carbon Capture and Storage

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Carbon Capture and Storage in Million Tonnes. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2012 through 2020. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 98 companies including many key and niche players such as -

Alstom Power S.A
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company
BP plc
CCEMC Corporation
Chevron Corporation


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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
Disclaimers
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
Product Definitions and Scope of Study
Carbon Capture and Storage
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. OUTLOOK
CCS – A Critical Technology in Greenhouse Gas Reduction
Current & Future Analysis
2. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
A Prelude
Climate Change and the Need for Alternative Energy Sources
Where Does CCS Stand in the Action Plan to Curtail Climate Change?
CCS Moves Ahead despite Hurdles
Market Drivers
Government Support
Industrial Reuse of Captured Carbon Dioxide
Improvements in Carbon Capturing and Storing Technologies
Introduction of Relevant Standardizations and Legislations
Public Communication
Market Inhibitors
High Cost of CCS
Uneven Division of Capital Investments among Stakeholders
Market Uncertainty
Technological Uncertainty
Major Operational Industrial-Scale CCS Projects
Table 1: World Large-Scale CCS Projects in Operation by Country/Region Overview of Large-Scale CCS Projects in Operation Overview of Select Cancelled CCS Projects (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Pipeline Analysis
Table 2: World Planned and Under-Construction Large-Scale CCS Projects by Country/Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Major Players
Competitive Overview in CO2 Capture - Major Players by Category
Competitive Overview in CO2 Transport and Storage - Major Players by Category
3. TRENDS & ISSUES
Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS): A Key to Sustainable Power Generation & Infrastructure Development
The Going Goes Slow for Large Scale CCS Projects
The Status of CCS Technologies and Deployment
CCS in Developed and Developing Countries
Demonstration Projects Key to CCS Growth in Developing Countries
List of Pilot CCS Projects Operational Worldwide
International Assistance for CCS Deployment in Developing Countries
Huge Added Costs Fail to Hinder CCS Project Implementation
Enhanced Oil Recovery – the Sole Use of Sold Stored Carbon Dioxide, for Now
Low Cost of Carbon Dioxide Curbing Commercial Investments towards CCS
R&D in CCS Continues
List of Major R&D Players in CCS Technologies by Area
Benefits & Disadvantages of CCS Approach
Benefits
Disadvantages
Cost
Leakage
Earthquakes
Groundwater Contamination
Environmental Concerns & Challenges
Long Term Environmental Impact: Remains a Cause of Concern
Low Financing in CCS – A Major Obstacle that Needs Overcoming
4. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Pollution and Earth’s Climate: An Introduction
Criticality of Low-Carbon Technologies for Addressing Climate Change
What is Carbon Capture and Storage?
Types of CCS Technologies
Capture
Post-Combustion
Pre-Combustion
Oxy-Fuel Combustion
Chemical Looping Combustion
Compression
Transportation
Storage
Geological Storage
Oil and Gas Reservoirs
Deep Saline Formations
Unmineable Coal Seams
Deep Ocean Storage
Mineral Storage
5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
DOE and Southern Company Ink Agreement for Testing Latest Carbon Capture & Gasification Technologies
Vattenfall and SaskPower Ink MOU on Carbon Capture & Storage
SaskPower Inks MoU with Chugai Technos for CCS Technology
HTC CO2 Systems’ LCDesign™ CO2 Capture Set to Power Husky Energy’s Pikes Peak Facility
HTC Introduces PDOengine™
HTC Develops Cost Effective CO2 Capture System
TCM Forms International Test Center Network for Testing CCS Facilities Worldwide
JGC Bags EPC Contract from Japan CCS
Shell Canada Obtains Approval for Quest Project Application from Alberta’s ERCB
Norway Establishes Facility to Develop CCS Technology in Mongstad
6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS
Alstom Power S.A. (France)
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company (US)
BP plc (UK)
CCEMC Corporation (Canada)
Chevron Corporation (US)
HTC CO2 Systems Corp. (Canada)
Inventys Thermal Technologies, Inc. (US)
Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Maersk Oil (Denmark)
Petrofac Ltd. (UK)
Sargas AS (Norway)
Schlumberger Limited (US)
SNC-Lavalin Group, Inc. (Canada)
Statoil ASA (Norway)
TransAlta Corporation (Canada)
Vattenfall AB (Sweden)
7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE
Table 3: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Carbon Capture & Storage by Geographic Region - US and Rest of World Markets Analyzed with Annual Operational Carbon Dioxide Capture Capacity in Million Tonnes for Years 2012 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 4: World 9-Year Perspective for Carbon Capture & Storage by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Operational Carbon Dioxide Capture Capacity for US and Rest of World Markets for Years 2012, 2014 and 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
III. MARKET
1. THE UNITED STATES
A. Market Analysis
Market Overview
Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the US
CCS in the US – An Overview
Major LSIPs in the US
Government Initiatives on CCS
CCS Prospects in the US
Strategic Corporate Development
Key Players
B. Market Analytics
Table 5: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analyzed with Annual Operational Carbon Dioxide Capture Capacity in Million Tonnes for Years 2012 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
2. REST OF WORLD
A. Market Analysis
Overview Of Select Regional Markets
Canada
The Immediate Need for CCS
CCS Implementation in Canada – A Perspective
Commercial CCS Deployment in Canada
Overview of Major CCS Projects in Canada
Major LSIPs in Canada
CCS Deployment Offers Myriad Benefits to Canada
Relevance of CCS Deployment in Canadian Production and Upgrading of Oil Sands
Policy Support Benefits Canadian CCS Plans
ecoENERGY Fund
Clean Energy Fund Program
Provincial Government Support – A Boost to CCS in Canada
Japan
Europe
An Introduction
Major LSIPs in Europe
Tough Times Surround European CCS Project Plans
Economic Crisis and Public Opposition Dents European CCS Landscape
Europe’s CCS Initiatives
The CCS Directive – Establishing a Legal Framework for CCS in Europe
Funding for CCS in the EU
NER300
EEPR
List of EEPR Funded Projects
FP7
Spain – A Case of Failed Aspirations
Need for CCS Imperative in Germany
Lack of Political and Public Will – A major Hurdle to CCS Adoption
UK- A Strong Promoter of CCS Technology
The Impact of Economic Crisis on UK’s CCS Plans
UK’s Efforts in Commercializing CCS
Scotland – Offering Many Carbon Storage Opportunities in Europe
France
Norway
Market Overview
Major CCS Projects in Norway
Asia-Pacific
Australia
Lack of Regulatory Framework for Commercial Deployment Mars Australian CCS Space
Overview of Major CCS Projects in Australia
Funding Cuts – A Major Setback to CCS in Australia
CCS Financing in Australia
China
The Need for CCS
China Promises to Emerge as a Global Leader in CCS
Strong Policy Support – A Boon for CCS in China
Major CCS Projects in China
List of Select CCS Projects in China
Major Drivers of CCS in China
Expanding Middle Class
Rising Global Involvement in Improving China’s Economic Conditions
Possible Legislations for Imposing Emission-based Tariffs on Goods Imported from China
Key Obstacles Hindering Widespread Deployment of CCS in China
Economic Potential of CCS in Comparison to Renewables and Nuclear Power
Major Participants of CCS Development in China
Major Institutes and their Role
India
Energy Consumption and Climate Change Mitigation in India
Uncertainty Continues over Adoption of CCS
Feasibility of a CCS Project in India
Initiatives Undertaken in India for Promotion of CCS
Middle East and North Africa
Strategic Corporate Developments
Key Players
B. Market Analytics
Table 6: Rest of World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analyzed with Annual Operational Carbon Dioxide Capture Capacity in Million Tonnes for Years 2012 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
Total Companies Profiled: 98 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 108)
The United States (36)
Canada (16)
Japan (5)
Europe (41)
- France (6)
- Germany (8)
- The United Kingdom (12)
- Italy (2)
- Spain (2)
- Rest of Europe (11)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (8)
Africa (2)

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