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Carbon Capture and Storage - Global Strategic Business Report 2018 - Annual Estimates & Forecasts 2015-2024 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The "Carbon
Capture and Storage - Global Strategic Business Report"
report
has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, and
Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the
period 2015 through 2024. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for
Carbon Capture and Storage in Million Tonnes.

The report profiles 84 companies including many key and niche
players such as:

  • Archer-Daniels-Midland Company (USA)
  • BP plc (UK)
  • Chevron Corporation (USA)
  • Emissions Reduction Alberta (Canada)
  • GE Power (USA)
  • HTC CO2 Systems Corp. (Canada)
  • Inventys Thermal Technologies, Inc. (USA)
  • Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • Maersk Oil (Denmark)
  • Petrofac Ltd. (UK)
  • Schlumberger Limited (USA)
  • SNC-Lavalin Group, Inc. (Canada)
  • Statoil ASA (Norway)

Key Topics Covered:

1. OUTLOOK

CCS

A Critical Technology in Greenhouse Gas Reduction

CCS Activity Boosts in Recent Years

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

Overview of Large-Scale CCS Projects in Operation

Overview of Select Cancelled CCS Projects

Pipeline Analysis

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 & Demonstration 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

New Carbon Capture Technologies on the Anvil

Paris Agreement

A Game Changer for CCS?

Benefits & Disadvantages of CCS Approach

Benefits

Disadvantages

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

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

Statoil, Shell and Total Ink Agreement for Partnership in CO2 Storage

ADM Kick Starts ICCS Project

Gassnova Assigns Carbon Storage Development Evaluation to Statoil

Climeworks Debuts Commercial Scale CO2 Capture from Air

NRG Energy, JX Nippon Ink Deal to Commence Petra Nova

Japan Commissions JCCS to Take Up Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project

Shell Begins Quest CCS Project

GE Acquires Power and Grid Businesses of Alstom

DOE and Southern Company Ink Agreement for Testing Latest Carbon Capture
& Gasification Technologies

Vattenfall and SaskPower Ink MOU on Carbon Capture & Storage

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

Total Companies Profiled: 84 (including
Divisions/Subsidiaries 87)

  • The United States ((30)
  • Canada 15)
  • Japan (5)
  • Europe (31)
    • France (3)
    • Germany (5)
    • The United Kingdom (11)
    • Italy (2)
    • Spain (2)
    • Rest of Europe (8)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (6)

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6g624d/carbon_capture?w=4

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