Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Market Report 2017-2027

LONDON, August 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Capacity (MMtpa), CAPEX ($m) & OPEX ($m) Forecasts for CO2 Capture (Pre-Combustion, Post-Combustion, Oxy-Fuel Combustion), CO2 Transportation & Transmission, CO2 Storage (Depleted Oil & Gas Reservoirs, Un-Minable Coal Seams, Deep Saline Aquifers, Salt Caverns, Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery (CO2 EOR)) Plus Market Share Analysis of Leading Companies

The latest report from business intelligence provider visiongain [ ] offers comprehensive analysis of the global CCS market [ ] . Visiongain [ ] assesses that this market will generate revenues of $4.2bn in 2017.

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The importance of CCS technology has developed in recent years. Growing industrial activities around the world and the resulting increase in greenhouse gas emissions has attracted significant investment in carbon capture and storage projects [ ] . Global pacts such as the "Paris Agreement" have played a key role in driving the CCS research & development. Dependency on coal and other carbon-based fuels as a source of energy creates the need for the development and efficient management of technologies which could reduce the release of CO2 gas into the environment. Without carbon capture and storage technology, the ambitious goal of keeping global warming to 20C over the pre-industrial levels looks unachievable. These growing concerns over the environment and increasing requirement of clean energy sources are likely to drive investment in CCS technologies.

How this report will benefit you: Read on to discover how you can exploit the future business opportunities emerging in the CCS sector.

In this brand new report you find 212 in-depth tables, charts and graphs- all unavailable elsewhere.

The 225 page report provides clear detailed insight into the global CCS market. Discover the key drivers and challenges affecting the market.

By ordering and reading our brand new report today you stay better informed and ready to act.

Report Scope: 

Global CCS CAPEX, OPEX and Capacity (MMtpa) market forecasts from 2017-2027 

CAPEX, OPEX and Capacity (MMtpa) forecasts for the CCS market for the 2017-2027 period, by region and for leading countries: 

Americas CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - US CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Canada CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Brazil CCS Forecast 2017-2027

Europe CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - UK CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Norway CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Rest of Europe CCS Forecast 2017-2027

Africa and Middle East CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - UAE CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Rest of Asia & Middle East CCS Forecast 2017-2027

Asia & Oceania CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - China CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Australia CCS Forecast 2017-2027 - Rest of Asia & Oceania CCS Forecast 2017-2027

Plus qualitative analysis of CCS activity in the following countries: - Mexico - Algeria - Saudi Arabia - Bahrain - Kuwait - South Africa

CCS submarket forecasts from 2017-2027 covering: - Capture Forecast 2017-2027 - Transportation Forecast 2017-2027 - Storage Forecast 2017-2027

Analysis of the key factors driving growth in the global, regional and country level CCS markets from 2017-2027 

8 informative tables containing details of over 50 major CCS projects in the leading countries 

Market share analysis of the leading 15 companies by CCS capture capacity (MMtpa) 

Profiles of the leading 22 companies with a stake in the CCS market 

Companies Providing Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies - Air Products & Chemicals Inc. - Air Liquide - Babcock & Wilcox - Fluor Corporation - General Electric (GE) - HTC Purenergy Inc. - Linde AG - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. - Praxair Inc.

Utility Companies Involved in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market - E.ON SE - Enel S.p.A. - RWE AG - Saskatchewan Power Corporation   - Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. - Southern Company - Vattenfall AB

Companies Involved in the CO2 Storage Market - Baker Hughes - Halliburton - Petrofac - Schlumberger

Companies Involved in CO2 Transmission by Pipeline   - Kinder Morgan - National Grid Plc.

How will you benefit from this report? - Keep your CCS knowledge base up to speed. Don't get left behind - Reinforce your strategic decision-making with definitive and reliable CCS market data - Learn how to exploit new CCS technological trends - Realise your company's full potential within the CCS market - Understand the CCS competitive landscape and identify potential new business opportunities & partnerships

Who should read this report? - Carbon capture and storage technology companies - Companies involved in CO2 capture - Companies involved in CO2 storage - Companies involved in CO2 transmission - CO2 enhanced oil recovery (CO2 EOR) companies - Electric power generation companies - Engineering contractors - Utility companies - Technologists - Marketing staff - Market analysts - Utility company managers - Industry associations - CEOs - Consultants - Business development managers - Marketing managers - Investors - Banks - Governmental departments & agencies

Visiongain's [ ] study is intended for anyone requiring commercial analyses for the CCS market and leading companies. You find data, trends and predictions.

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Companies Mentioned in this report:

2Co Energy Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) AGL Energy Limited (AGL) Agrium Air Liquide Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Alabama Power Alstom AltaGas Canada Ameren Energy Resources Company, LLC (AER) American Electric Power (AEP) Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Anglo American Apache Corporation Apache Corporation Canada ArcelorMittal Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Babcock & Wilcox Babcock & Wilcox Canada Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group Baker Hughes BASF SE BHP Billiton Blue Source Bow City Power Ltd BP C.Gen NV C12 Energy Cansolv Technologies Inc. CCSD Cenovus Energy Centrica Plc. Chaparral Energy Chevron Chevron Canada Chevron Phillips China Datang Corporation China Huaneng Group China National Petroleum Company (CNPC) China Resources Power Chubu Electric Power Chugai Technos CNOOC CO2 CRC CO2DeepStore Limited Coca Cola ConocoPhillips Consol Energy Core Energy CS Energy CVR Energy Inc Dakota Gas Decatur DeepStore Denbury Onshore LLC Denbury Resources Dongguan Power Fuel Co. Ltd. Dongguan Taiyangzhou Power Doosan Power Systems Dow Chemicals Drax Power Dresser Rand Company Dresser-Rand Group E.ON Kraftwerke E.ON SE EDF Energy. Emirate Steel Industries Emirates Aluminium (EMAL) EnBW AG Endesa Enel Green Power Enel S.p.A Energen Resources Corporation Enhance Energy Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery (EHR) Eni Enmax Essent (RWE Group) ExxonMobil Fluor Corporation FuelCell Energy Inc GDF Suez GDF Suez E&P Norge AS General Electric (GE) Energy General Electric (GE) GeoGreen Gorgon Joint Venture GPC Quimica GreenGen GreenGen Tianjin IGCC Co. Ltd Haliburton Hess Corporation Hess Norge Hilcorp Energy Company Hitachi Ltd. HTC CO2 Systems HTC Purenergy Inc. Hydrogen Power Abu Dhabi (HPAD) IESA IHI Corporation Inventys Thermal Technologies Japan CCS (JCCS) Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) Japan Vietnam Petroleum Co., Ltd (JVPC) JCOA J-POWER JX Nippon Oil  & Gas Exploration Corp. KBR Kinder Morgan Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, L.P. Koch Fertilizers Koch Nitrogen Company Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) Kraftwerke GmbH Kuwait Petroleum Corporation Leucadia Energy LLC Linde AG Lurgi GmbH Luscar Fluor Maersk Tankers Maicor Wind Marathon Oil Masdar Merit Energy Company Messer ASCO Mississippi Power Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Mott MacDonald National Grid Plc National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Neill and Gunter Ltd Norsk Hydro NRG Energy Occidental Petroleum Osaka Gas PCOR Peabody Energy Pemex Petoro AS Petrobras Petrofac Petronas Petrovietnam PLT Energia. Praxair Inc. Progressive Energy Qatar Fuel Additives Company (QAFAC). Qatar National Bank Group Qatar Petroleum Ramgen Rio Tinto Royal Dutch Shell RWE AG RWE npower Sandridge Energy Sargas Power Sargent and Lundy LLC Saskatchewan Power Corporation Saskatoon Light & Power SaskPower Saudi Aramco Schlumberger Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. (SSE) ScottishPower SCS Energy LLC SECARB (US DOE's Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership) Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group Shanxi Coal International Energy Group Shanxi International Energy Group Shell Shell Canada Shell Cansolv Shell United Kingdom Shenhua Group Siemens Sinopec Sinopec Engineering Group Sitra Petrochemicals SNC Lavalin SNC Lavalin-Cansolv Solid Energy Sonatrach Southern Company Southern Energy Spectra Energy Inc. Statoil Summit Power Group Summit Texas Clean Energy Tampa Electric Taweelah Asia Power Company (TAPCO) Tohoku Hokuriku Electric Power Tokyo Gas Toshiba Total E&P Norge AS Total SA Trinity Pipelines Turceni Energy ULCOS Consortium of companies Union Engineering Uniper Valero Energy Corporation Vattenfall Whiting Petroleum Corporation Woodside Xstrata Xstrata Coal

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SOURCE Visiongain Ltd