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Carbon Capture & Sequestration Market by Service (Capture, Transport & Sequestration) Technology (Post-Combustion, Pre-Combustion, Oxy-Fuel Combustion & Industrial Separation) and Geography - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019

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Publishing Date: May 2014
Report Code: EP 2405

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Carbon capture sequestration in the current scenario is becoming the key concern for investment in energy and industrial sector due to excessive carbon emissions present in the atmosphere. Industries worldwide are now investing in carbon emissions reduction technologies to regulate limits, taxation, and price setting of carbon dioxide emissions because of greenhouse gas (GHG) pollutant spur. Improvements are being made currently for energy efficiency and also for those industries that have largely produced the carbon emissions reductions facility in the past decade. The technologies in the carbon capture and sequestration market are now adopted by biomass and gas power plants, in the fuel transformation and gas processing sectors, and in emissions-intensive sectors like cement, iron and steel, and chemicals manufacturing.

Carbon capture sequestration (or storage) also known as CCS is a physical process that mainly include capturing manmade carbon dioxide (CO2) at its source and storing it before it is released in the atmosphere. The first step in this process is to capture CO2 at the source and produce a concentrated stream for transport and storage. However, these trends alone cannot alter catastrophic climate change. This process is widely viewed as a technologically viable method for the significant mitigation of fossil fuel-associated carbon emissions, which result effectively in additional development. The key driving force behind undertaking carbon capture is the need to find cost-effective solutions to tackle the global issue of climate change by reducing CO2 emissions globally where there is a continuous and rising demand for energy world-wide. The carbon capture and sequestration market is already a prime destination for energy and industrial sector investment dollars. CCS is an important part of the lower-cost greenhouse-gas mitigation portfolio. By 2019, around 100 more projects are likely to develop in this field. The technology is likely to spread globally through expanded international collaboration and financing for the deployment in developing countries at an average annual level of $1.5-2.5 billion between 2010 and 2020.

This research report categorizes the global market for carbon capture sequestration market by the end of 2019 on the basis of technology, service, and geography; forecasting revenues and analyzing trends in each of the submarkets. The report provides a comprehensive review of major market drivers, restraints, opportunities, winning imperatives, challenges, and key issues in the market. The report also deals with market share by participants for the overall market and describes the competitive strategies adopted by key market players. We have also profiled leading players of this industry with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities including Aker Clean Carbon (Fornebu, Norway), Shell Cansolv (Montreal, Canada), Hitachi (Tokyo, Japan), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.(Tokyo, Japan), Siemens (Munich, Germany) , Schlumberger (Houston, Texas), Linde AG (Dresden, Germany), Fluor (Irving, Texas), ALSTOM Carbon Capture (Paris, France), UOP (New Jersey,USA). The competitive landscape for supplying the equipment in the carbon capture and sequestration market is rapidly intensifying.

On the basis of Service:

We have detailed segmentation of carbon capture sequestration on the basis of service such as,
(1) Carbon capture
(2)Carbon transport
(3)Carbon storage
Each service is further discussed in detail in the report.

On the basis of Capture Technology:

We provide the four main approaches available to capture CO2 from large-scale industrial facilities or power plants:
(1) Post-combustion capture,
(2) Pre-combustion capture, and
(3) Oxy-fuel combustion capture.
(4) Industrial Separation

On the basis of Geography:

America (U.S., Canada and Brazil), Europe (U.K., Norway, Netherlands and France), Middle-East-Africa, Asia-Pacific, and their key countries in every region forms an important part of report formation by segmentation according to the geography.

Market share analysis, by revenue, of top companies is also included in the report. The scope accordingly aids market participants identify high growth markets and helps managing key investment decisions. For this study, major market players are identified through secondary and primary research activities. The market share analysis of these key players is arrived at, based on key facts, annual financial information, and interviews with key opinion leaders such as CEOs, Directors, and marketing executives.

Carbon Capture Sequestration: Market Revenue, by Region, 2012–2019

Carbon Capture & Sequestration market

Table Of Contents
 
1 Introduction (Page No. - 17)
    1.1 Objectives
    1.2 Analyst Insights
    1.3 Report Description
    1.4 Market Definition
    1.5 Market Segmentation and Aspects Covered
    1.6 Stakeholders
    1.7 Research Methodology
          1.7.1 Approach
          1.7.2 Market Size Estimation
    1.8 Market Crackdown and Data Triangulation
    1.9 Key Data From Secondary Sources
    1.10 Key Secondary Sources Used
    1.11 Key Data From Primary Sources
    1.12 Assumptions Made for This Report

2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 29)

3 Premium Insights (Page No. - 32)
    3.1 America Dominates the Global Market
          3.1.1 Environmental Policy Driving Markets of Asia-Pacific and Africa
    3.2 Top Players’ Market Shares
    3.3 Current Market and Growth Analysis
    3.4 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Strategies
    3.5 Timeline for Carbon Capture Sequestration Developments
    3.6 Regional Market Lifecycle
    3.7 Carbon Capture Service Holds the Largest Share in Carbon Capture Sequestration Services

4 Market Overview (Page No. - 42)
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Market Segmentation
          4.2.1 By Service
                  4.2.1.1 Carbon Capture Services
                  4.2.1.2 Carbon Transport Services
                  4.2.1.3 Carbon Storage Services
          4.2.2 By Geography
          4.2.3 By Technology
    4.3 Value Chain Analysis
          4.3.1 Carbon Capture
          4.3.2 Transport
          4.3.3 Storage
    4.4 Supply Chain Analysis
          4.4.1 Carbon Capture Sequestration Supply Chain Analysis
    4.5 Market Dynamics
          4.5.1 Drivers
                  4.5.1.1 Growing Climatic Concerns Speed Up the Market in Developed Countries
                  4.5.1.2 Stringent Government Policy
                  4.5.1.3 Government Investment for Environmental Conservation
                  4.5.1.4 Advance Technology Drives Storage Phase
          4.5.2 Restraints
                  4.5.2.1 Low Impact of Environmental Regulations in Developing Countries
                  4.5.2.2 Risks  Involved in Environmental Consequences
                  4.5.2.3 Economic and Operational Challenges
          4.5.3 Opportunities
                  4.5.3.1 Integration of Ccs With Igcc
                  4.5.3.2 Mitigating Climate Change and Development Activities
                  4.5.3.3 Funding for Continued Ccs Research, Development, and Demonstration
          4.5.4 Burning Issues
                  4.5.4.1 Ccs Technical and Economic Development Issues
                  4.5.4.2 Ccs Legal and Regulatory Issues
                  4.5.4.3 Lack of Experienced Personnel
                  4.5.4.4 Absence of Accessible Storage Landfills
          4.5.5 Winning Imeratives
                  4.5.5.1 Research and Development for Superior Capture and Storage Technology
                  4.5.5.2 the Goal to Achieve Zero Emission
    4.6 Porter’s Five force Analysis
          4.6.1 Threat of New Entrants
          4.6.2 Power of Suppliers
          4.6.3 Power of Buyers
          4.6.4 Threat of Product Substitutes
          4.6.5 Intensity of Rivalry
    4.7 Industry Analysis
          4.7.1 Technology-Wise Impact Analysis
          4.7.2 Related Market Analysis of Carbon Capture

5 Carbon Captures Sequestration, An Overview (Page No. - 73)
    5.1 Introduction
          5.1.1 Environmental Impact
    5.2 Carbon Capture Sequestration Hierarchy
          5.2.1 Carbon Capture
          5.2.2 Pre–Combustiontechnologies
          5.2.3 Post Combustion
          5.2.4 OXY-Fuel Combustion
          5.2.5 Industrial Separation
          5.2.6 Carbon Transportation
          5.2.7 Carbon Storage
 
6 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market By Service (Page No. - 87)
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Carbon Capture and Sequetration Market By Service
    6.3 Carbon Capture
    6.4 Carbon Transportation
    6.5 Carbon Storage

7 Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market By Technology (Page No. - 95)
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Global Carbon Capture Technology
    7.3 Industrial Separation Capture Technology Market Analysis
    7.4 OXY-Fuel Combustion Capture Technology Market Analysis
    7.5 Post-Combustion Capture Technology Market Analysis
          7.5.1 Post Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography
          7.5.2 Post-Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Country
    7.6 Pre-Combustion Capture Technology Market Analysis
          7.6.1 Pre-Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography
                  7.6.2 Pre-Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Country

8 Carbon Capture Market By Geography (Page No. - 112)
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Global Carbon Capture Market, By Geography
    8.3 Americas
          8.3.1 Overview
          8.3.2 Americas Carbon Capture Market, By Technology
          8.3.3 Americas Carbon Capture Technology Market, By Country
                  8.3.3.1 Brazil
                  8.3.3.2 Canada
                  8.3.3.3 U.S.
    8.4 Asia-Pacific
          8.4.1 Overview
          8.4.2 Asia-Pacific Carbon Capture Market By Technology
          8.4.3 Asia-Pacific Carbon Capture Technology Market By Country
                  8.4.3.1 Australia
                  8.4.3.2 China
                  8.4.3.3 South Korea
    8.5 Europe
          8.5.1 Overview
          8.5.2 Europe
          8.5.3 Europe Carbon Capture Technology Market, By Country
                  8.5.3.1 France
                  8.5.3.2 The Netherlands
                  8.5.3.3 Norway
                  8.5.3.4 U.K.
    8.6 Middle East-Africa
          8.6.1 Overview
          8.6.2 Middle East-Africacarbon Capture Market By Technology
          8.6.3 Middle East-Africa Carbon Capture Market, By Country
                  8.6.3.1 Algeria
                  8.6.3.2 Saudi Arabia
                  8.6.3.3 United Arab Emirates
 
9 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 137)
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Industrial Expansion Leads the Way
    9.3 Market Share Analysis

10 Company Profiles (Company At A Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)* (Page No. - 141)
    10.1 Aker Clean Carbon AS
    10.2 Alstom
    10.3 Fluor
    10.4 Hitachi
    10.5 Linde AG
    10.6 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
    10.7 Schlumberger
    10.8 Shell Cansolv
    10.9 Siemens
    10.10 Honeywell’s Uop (Universal Oil Products)

*Details on Company At A Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments Might Not Be Captured in Case of Unlisted Companies.

Appendix (Page No. - 212)
  Contract Agreements
  Mergers and Acquisitions
  Other Developments


List of Tables (67 Tables)

Table 1 Market Size Estimation
Table 2 Key Data From Primary Sources
Table 3 Assumptions Made From This Report
Table 4 Carbon Captures Sequestration Market Size By Services, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 5 Types of Risks
Table 6 Leading Providers of Igcc Component Technologies
Table 7 Co2 Emission (Metric Per Capita): By Country
Table 8 Advantages and Disadvantages of Pre–Combustion Technologies
Table 9 Advantages and Disadvantages of Post Combustion
Table 10 Advantages and Disadvantages of OXY-Fuel Combustion
Table 11 Advantages and Disadvantages of Carbon Transportation
Table 12 Advantages and Disadvantages of Carbon Storage
Table 13 Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market Size: By Service, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 14 Carbon Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 15 Carbon Transportation Market Size: By Type, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 16 Carbon Storage Market Size: By Type,2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 17 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Volume: By Technology, 2012-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 18 Carbon Capture Technology: Market Size, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 19 Industrial Separation Capture Technology Market Volume: By Geography, 2012-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 20 Industrial Separation Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 21 Industrial Separation Capture Technology Market Size: By Country 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 22 OXY-Fuel Combustion Capture Technology Market Volume: By Geography, 2017-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 23 Post Combustion Capture Technology Market Volume: By Geography, 2014-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 24 Pre Combustion Capture Technology Market Volume: By Geography, 2012-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 25 Pre Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 26 Pre Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Country, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 27 Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market Volume: By Technology, 2012-2019 (Mtpa)
Table 28 Global Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market Size, By Geography, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 29 Carbon Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 30 Americas Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Size: By Technology, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 31 Americas Carbon Capture Technology Market Size: By Country, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 32 Canada Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Size: By Technology, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 33 U.S.Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Table 34 Aker Clean Carbon AS: Products and Services
Table 35 Aker Clean Carbon AS: Projects
Table 36 Aker Clean Carbon AS: Recent Development
Table 37 Alstom: Products and Services
Table 38 Alstom: Projects
Table 39 Alstom: Recent Developments
Table 40 Fluor: Products and Services
Table 41 Fluor: Projects
Table 42 Fluor: Recent Development
Table 43 Hitachi: Products and Services
Table 44 Hitachi: Projects
Table 45 Hitachi: Recent Developments
Table 46 Linde AG: Products and Services
Table 47 Linde AG: Projects
Table 48 Linde AG: Recent Developments
Table 49 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries: Products and Services
Table 50 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries: Projects
Table 51 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries: Recent Developments
Table 52 Schlumberger: Products and Services
Table 53 Schlumberger: Projects
Table 54 Schlumberger: Recent Developments
Table 55 Shell Cansolv: Products and Services
Table 56 Shell Cansolv: Projects
Table 57 Shell Cansolv: Recent Developments
Table 58 Siemens: Products and Services
Table 59 Siemens: Projects
Table 60 Siemens: Recent Developments
Table 61 Universal Oil Products: Products and Services
Table 62 Universal Oil Products: Projects
Table 63 Universal Oil Products: Recent Developments
Table 64 Industrial Expansion, 2010-2014
Table 65 Contract Agreements, 2009-2014
Table 66 Mergers and Acquistions, 2007-2014
Table 67 Other Developments, 2008-2014


List of Figures (49 Figures)

Figure 1 Research Methodology
Figure 2 Data Triangulation Method
Figure 3 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Value: By Services, 2013
Figure 4 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Size: Regional Scenario, 2012-2019 ($Million)
Figure 5 Market Share(Value) Comparision, 2013–2019
Figure 6 Top Players Market Share(Value), 2012
Figure 7 Market Estimation, 2013 and Growth Analysis, 2014-2019
Figure 8 Market Strategy of the Top Players, 2012-2014
Figure 9 Timeline: Carbon Capture Sequestration Market
Figure 10 Market Lifecycle
Figure 11 Global Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Size By Services, 2013 ($Million)
Figure 12 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Share(Value), By Service, 2013
Figure 13 Carbon Capture Sequestration Market Share(Value), By Geography, 2013
Figure 14 Classification of Carbon Capture, By Technology
Figure 15 Carbon Capture Sequestration: Market Share (Value), By Technology, 2013
Figure 16 Value Chain Analysis of Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market
Figure 17 Supply Chain Analysis of Carbon Capture and Sequestration Service Market
Figure 18 Trends in Global Carbon Emissions By Years (Billion Metric Tons) (Fossil Fuels, Cement, Land-Use Change)
Figure 19 Porter’s Five Force Analysis
Figure 20 Timeline Technological Advancements in the Carbon Capture Sequestration Industry
Figure 21 Carbon Capture Market Size, 2011–2019 ($Million)
Figure 22 Carbon Capture Sequestration: Hierarchy
Figure 23 Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market Share(Value), By Service, 2013
Figure 24 Carbon Capture Market Share(Value), By Technology, 2013
Figure 25 OXY Fuel Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Country, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 26 Post-Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Geography 2019 ($Million)
Figure 27 Post-Combustion Capture Technology Market Size: By Country 2019 ($Million)
Figure 28 Carbon Capture and Sequestration Market Share,(Value) By Geography, 2013
Figure 29 Americas Carbon Capture Technology Market Share (Value), By Geography, 2013
Figure 30 Asia-Pacific Carbon Capture Technology Market Share (Value), By Geography, 2019
Figure 31 Asia-Pacific Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 32 Asia-Pacific Carbon Capture Technology Market Size: By Country, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 33 Australia Carbon Capture Market Size:By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 34 China Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 35 Europe Carbon Capture Market Share(Value), By Geography, 2019
Figure 36 Europe Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 37 Europe Carbon Capture Technology Market Size: By Country, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 38 Norway Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2014 and 2019 ($Million)
Figure 39 U.K. Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 40 Middle East-Africa Carbon Capture Market Share, By Geography, 2019
Figure 41 Middle East-Africa Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 42 Middle East-Africa Carbon Capture Market Size: By Country, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 43 United Arab Emirates Carbon Capture Market Size: By Technology, 2019 ($Million)
Figure 44 Carbon Capture Sequestration: Market Share (Value), By Growth Strategy, 2009-2014
Figure 45 Carbon Capture Sequestration, Market Share (Value) Analysis, By Revenue, 2012
Figure 46 Industrial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 47 Contract Agreements Analysis, 2009-2014
Figure 48 Mergers and Acquisitions Analysis, 2007-2014
Figure 49 Other Developments Analysis, 2008-2014

Carbon capture sequestration witnessed high growth in recent years due to increasing climatic concerns, environmental concerns, and regulatory norms imposed by local governments, which speed up the market. The various technologies in different regions helped carbon capture sequestration the companies in this market to create a niche market by capturing of carbon and their storage. The key services include capture, transport, and storage activities for safe carbon capture and sequestration of the excessive carbon present in the atmosphere.
The Carbon capture & sequestration market is estimated to reach about $6.8 billion by 2019, signifying a firm growth rate of over 27.18% from 2013 to 2019.

The figure below discusses the Carbon capture and sequestration services market share, based on regions, as of 2013

Carbon Capture Sequestration: Market Revenue Share, by Geography, 2012

Carbon Capture & Sequestration market

Source: MarketsandMarkets Analysis

Currently, strict environmental regulations force operators to implement cost efficient carbon capturing practices and transportation that need to be addressed and corresponded to safe storage policies. The ongoing and upcoming developments in capture and storage activities are high opportunity areas for the carbon capture sequestration market.
Geographically, the market has been studied for different regions such as the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East-Africa. The value of the market is analyzed in detail for all major countries.

Industrial Expansion: Key strategy

The study represents the trend of growth strategies adopted by the service provider companies of various types. The major strategies are identified:

  • Industrial expansion
  • Contract agreements
  • Merger and acquisitions
  • Others

Key companies carbon capture sequestration market are Shell Cansolv (Canada), Siemens (Germany), Hitachi (Japan), Schlumberger (U.S.), Honeywell’s UOP (U.S.) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan).

The leading companies in the carbon capture sequestration market focus on the growth of their industrial expansions with the key objective of serving power and gas companies. Thus, from 2010 to 2014, the contract agreements lead the growth strategies, accounting for around a share of 46 %.

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