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The Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Market 2014-2024

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Human consumption of fossil fuels is a major source of carbon dioxide (CO2) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally. In the largest economies of the world, such as the US and China, coal-burning power stations remain responsible for a large volume of electricity generated carbon emissions. Other sources are found in industrial sites and other thermal power plants, such as natural gas fired. These emissions are increasing year on year, leading to concerns over permanent climate change, ocean acidification and air quality changes. A reduction in GHG emissions has since been made essential at international, national and regional policy levels. Carbon capture & storage (CCS) has been proposed as a technology to aid in these climate change mitigation strategies.

Although CCS may not be the only option for reducing global CO2 emissions, it is one of the most direct options. In a world that still relies heavily on fossil fuel generated power, CCS offers the ability to capture CO2 emissions without having to reinvest in completely alternative energy sources and technologies. With rapidly growing consumption of coal, particularly in developing nations such as China and India, but also in regions such as the US, CCS is a robust option for emissions mitigation.

The market is still immature, with few large scale developments worldwide. Economic slowdowns, inefficient policies and problematic economics have led to slow growth in this market, despite initial enthusiasm for its development. However, with the growth of CO2 EOR, and tightening of environmental legislation there is hope for CCS growth worldwide.

Visiongain calculated that global spending in the carbon capture & storage market will total $6,692m in 2014.

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- HTC CO2 Systems
- Air Liquide
- Arup
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- CO2 Capture forecast 2014-2024

- CO2 Transmission forecast 2014-2024
- CO2 Storage forecast 2014-2024
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- The US forecast 2014-2024
- The Canadian forecast 2014-2024
- The Chinese forecast 2014-2024
- The UK forecast 2014-2024
- The Australian forecast 2014-2024
- The Norwegian forecast 2014-2024
- The UAE forecast 2014-2024
- Other MENA forecast 2014-2024
- The Netherlands forecast 2014-2024
- The Brazilian forecast 2014-2024
- The Rest of the World forecast 2014-2024

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- Government Support
- Legal and Regulatory Frameworks
- Environmental Legislation
- Funding
- Taxes and Cap and Trade Schemes
- CO2 as a Commodity
- Costs
- Public Opposition
- Climate Change Awareness
- EOR technologies
- Technological Progress
- Technological Versatility
- Improvements in Rival Technologies

• Identify who the leading companies are with capture capacity share analysis of leading players in the Carbon Capture & Storage industry
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- Air Products
- Alstom
- Air Liquide
- Babcock & Wilcox
- Fluor Corporation
- General Electric
- HTC Purenergy Inc
- Linde AG
- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd
- Praxair Inc

- E.ON SE
- Enel S.p.A
- RWE AG
- Saskatchewan Power Corporation
- Scottish & Southern Energy Plc
- Southern Company
- Vattenfall
- Baker Hughes
- Halliburton
- Petrofac
- Schlumberger
- Kinder Morgan
- National Grid Plc
- You will also be provided with a ranking of the top 15 companies in the market by capture capacity, 2014-2024

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1. Executive Summary

1.1 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Overview
1.2 Benefits of This Report
1.3 Who is This Report For?
1.4 Methodology
1.5 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
1.6 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts 2014-2024
1.7 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecasts 2014-2024

2. Introduction to the Carbon Capture & Storage Market

2.1 Carbon Capture & Storage Market Definition
2.2 Carbon Capture
2.3 Carbon Transportation
2.4 Carbon Storage
2.4.1 Storage in Depleted Oil and Gas Fields
2.4.2 Storage in Deep Saline Aquifers
2.4.3 Storage in Un-minable Coal Seams
2.5 Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery
2.6 Sources of Carbon Dioxide
2.7 Policy Incentives for the Increased Uptake of Carbon Capture & Storage
2.8 Why Are Carbon Tax Policies & Emission Trading Scheme Necessary?

3. Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024

3.1 The Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
3.2 Drivers & Restraints in the Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
3.2.1 Government Funding and Legislation as Principal Drivers of the Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market While Costs Remain High
3.2.2 A Range of Uses for Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies Could Support Development
3.2.3 Can CO2 Be Seen as a Commodity?
3.2.4 Technological Progression and Market Leaders Give Stimulus to the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
3.2.5 The Impact of Rival Technologies and Alternative Fuels
3.2.6 A Low Carbon Price, Absent Policy and a Global Economic Downturn are Restricting the Market
3.2.7 Earthquakes, Leaks and Fossil Fuel Dominance: Public Opposition to Carbon Capture & Storage Technology

4. Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts 2014-2024

4.1 CO2 Capture Submarket Forecast 2014-2024
4.2 CO2 Transmission Submarket Forecast 2014-2024
4.3 CO2 Storage Submarket Forecast 2014-2024

5. Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecasts 2014-2024

5.1 Leading National Markets Share Forecast 2014-2024
5.2 Barriers to Entry Analysis of the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.3 The US Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.3.1 US Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.3.2 Numerous Carbon Capture & Storage Project Cancellations in the US
5.3.3 When and How Much? Details on the Carbon Capture & Storage Projects Running in the US
5.3.4 Drivers and Restraints in the US Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.3.4.1 Strong Investments and Emissions Legislation - Should Carbon Capture & Storage Be Booming in the US?
5.3.4.2 Will the US' Hunger for CO2 Continue?
5.3.4.3 Cost of Carbon Capture & Storage Continues to Restrain Progress
5.3.4.4 Weak Taxes and Increased Concerns Over Uncertainties
5.4 The Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.4.1 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in Canada

5.4.2 Other Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Projects of Interest
5.4.3 Swan Hills Synfuels CCS Cancelled Due to Falling Price of Gas
5.4.4 How are Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Projects Being Funded?
5.4.5 What is Driving and Restraining the Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market?
5.4.5.1 Rising Emissions or Commercial Opportunity as the Main Driver of the Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market?
5.4.5.2 The Role of the Canadian Government
5.4.5.3 Can a Weak Carbon Value Impede Carbon Capture & Storage Growth?
5.4.5.4 Cheap Gas and Long Projects: An Imbalance of Economics
5.5 The Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.5.1 Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.5.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market.
5.5.2.1 Does a Future of Coal Require Carbon Capture & Storage?
5.5.2.2 China's Environmental Legislation
5.5.2.3 China's Experience in Capture Technology

5.5.2.4 Joint Ventures and International Partnerships May Support Carbon Capture & Storage in China
5.5.2.5 The Cost of Carbon Capture & Storage is Still High
5.6 The UK Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.6.1 UK Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.6.2 Drivers and Restraints in the UK Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.6.2.1 Climate Change Frameworks - Hinderer or Driver?
5.6.2.2 Despite Funding, is Carbon Capture & Storage Still Too Expensive?
5.6.2.3 Shared Infrastructure and Storage in the UK
5.7 The Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.7.1 Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.7.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.7.2.1 Will the Price of Carbon Remain a Driver for Australian Carbon Capture & Storage?
5.8 The Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.8.1 Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.8.2 Mongstad Full Scale Carbon Capture & Storage Cancelled
5.8.3 Drivers and Restraints in the Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.8.3.1 Will the Norwegian Carbon Tax be Enough to Support Carbon Capture & Storage in the Long Term?
5.8.3.2 Storage Capacity, Environmental Targets and Research Partnerships - Should Norway Be Leading the Way on Carbon Capture & Storage?
5.8.3.3 High Costs and Increasing Uncertainties
5.9 The Middle East and North African Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.9.1 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in the MENA Region
5.9.2 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.9.2.1 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Drivers and Restraints
5.9.2.2 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.9.3 Other MENA Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024

5.9.3.1 Algerian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.9.3.2 Bahrain Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.9.3.3 Kuwaiti Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.9.3.4 Qatar Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.9.3.5 Saudi Arabian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.10 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
5.10.1 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.10.2 Delayed Projects Change Carbon Capture & Storage Prospects in the Netherlands
5.10.3 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market Analysis
5.10.3.1 Can Environmental Goals Encourage Carbon Capture & Storage?
5.11 The Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.11.1 Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.11.2 Background of CO2 EOR in Brazil and the Lula Project
5.11.3 The Drivers and Restraints in the Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.11.3.1 Brazilian Climate Change Legislation and Carbon Capture & Storage Regulatory Frameworks
5.11.3.2 Brazil's Lack of Coal but Opportunity for Biomass?
5.11.3.3 CO2 EOR as a Driver of CCS in Brazil?
5.12 The Rest of the World Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024
5.12.1 The Rest of the World Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
5.12.2 The Romanian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.3 The Bulgarian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.4 The Spanish Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.5 The French Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.6 The Italian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.7 The German Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.8 The Polish Carbon Capture & Storage Market

5.12.9 The South Korean Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.10 The Indian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.11 The Vietnamese Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.12 The Japanese Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.13 The Malaysian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.14 The New Zealand Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.15 The South African Carbon Capture & Storage Market
5.12.16 The Mexican Carbon Capture & Storage Market

6. PEST Analysis of the Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024

7. Expert Opinion

7.1 HTC CO2 Systems
7.1.1Role in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
7.1.2 The Evolution of CO2from a GHG to a Commodity
7.1.3 Technical Restraints within the CCS Market
7.1.4 The Scale of CCS Costs
7.1.5 Canadian CCS Market Drivers - Environmental or Commercial?
7.1.6 Will the Price of Gas Impact CCS Development?
7.1.7 Future Growth Potentials in the CCS Market
7.2 Air Liquide
7.2.1 Air Liquide's Role in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
7.2.2 Is There a Commercial Demand for CCS?
7.2.3 Demonstration Projects and Experience to Drive Down the Cost of CCS
7.2.4 Global Growth in CCS
7.2.5 CO2 EOR in the US
7.3 Arup
7.3.1 Arup's Role in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
7.3.2 What are the Main Drivers for the CCS Market
7.3.3 Technical Restraints within the CCS Market
7.3.4 Has the European Union Lost Its Lead with CCS
7.3.5 Knowledge and Skill Sharing as Growth Opportunities for the Global CCS Market

8. Leading Companies in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market

8.1 Companies Providing Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies
8.1.1 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Company Overview
8.1.1.1 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Analysis
8.1.1.2 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.1.3 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Future Outlook
8.1.2 Alstom Company Overview
8.1.2.1 Alstom Analysis
8.1.2.2 Alstom Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.2.3 Alstom Future Outlook
8.1.3 Air Liquide Overview
8.1.3.1 Air Liquide Analysis
8.1.3.2 Air Liquide Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.3.3 Air Liquide Future Outlook
8.1.4 Babcock & Wilcox Company Overview
8.1.4.1 Babcock & Wilcox Analysis
8.1.4.2 Babcock & Wilcox Future Outlook
8.1.5 Fluor Corporation Company Overview
8.1.5.1 Fluor Corporation Analysis
8.1.5.2 Fluor Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.5.3 Fluor Corporation Future Outlook
8.1.6 General Electric (GE) Company Overview
8.1.6.1 General Electric (GE) Analysis
8.1.6.2 General Electric (GE) Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.6.3 General Electric (GE) Future Outlook
8.1.7 HTC Purenergy Inc. Company Overview
8.1.7.1 HTC Purenergy Inc. Analysis

8.1.7.2 HTC Purenergy Inc. Emphasis / Focus
8.1.7.3 HTC Purenergy Inc. Future Outlook
8.1.8 Linde AG Company Overview
8.1.8.1 Linde AG Analysis
8.1.8.2 Linde AG Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.8.3 Linde AG Future Outlook
8.1.9 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Overview
8.1.9.1 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Analysis
8.1.9.2 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.9.3 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Future Outlook
8.1.10 Praxair Inc. Company Overview
8.1.10.1 Praxair Inc. Analysis
8.1.10.2 Praxair Inc. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.1.10.3 Praxair Inc. Future Outlook
8.2 Utility Companies Involved in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
8.2.1 E.ON SE Company Overview
8.2.1.1 E.ON SE Analysis
8.2.1.2 E.ON SE Competitors
8.2.1.3 E.ON SE Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.2 Enel S.p.A. Company Overview
8.2.2.1 Enel S.p.A. Analysis
8.2.2.2 Enel S.p.A. Competitors
8.2.2.3 Enel S.p.A. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.3 RWE AG Company Overview
8.2.3.1 RWE AG Analysis
8.2.3.2 RWE AG Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.3.3 RWE AG Competitors
8.2.3.4 RWE AG Future Outlook
8.2.4 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Overview
8.2.4.1 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Analysis
8.2.4.2 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus

8.2.4.3 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Competitors
8.2.5 Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. Overview
8.2.5.1 Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. Analysis
8.2.5.2 Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. Competitors
8.2.6 Southern Company Overview
8.2.6.1 Southern Company Analysis
8.2.6.2 Southern Company Future Outlook
8.2.7 Vattenfall AB Company Overview
8.2.7.1 Vattenfall AB Company Analysis
8.2.7.2 Vattenfall Regional Focus
8.3 Companies Involved in the CO2 Storage Market
8.3.1 Baker Hughes Company Overview
8.3.1.1 Baker Hughes Analysis
8.3.1.2 Baker Hughes Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.3.1.3 Baker Hughes Future Outlook
8.3.2 Halliburton Company Overview
8.3.2.1 Halliburton Analysis
8.3.2.2 Halliburton Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.3.2.3 Halliburton Regional Future Outlook
8.3.3 Petrofac Company Overview
8.3.3.1 Petrofac Analysis
8.3.3.2 Petrofac Regional Focus
8.3.4 Schlumberger Company Overview
8.3.4.1 Schlumberger Analysis
8.3.4.2 Schlumberger Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.4 Companies Involved in CO2 Transmission by Pipeline
8.4.1 Kinder Morgan Company Overview
8.4.1.1 Kinder Morgan Analysis
8.4.1.2 Kinder Morgan Regional Focus
8.4.2 National Grid Plc. Company Overview
8.4.2.1 National Grid Plc. Analysis
8.4.2.2 National Grid Plc. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.5 Top 15 Companies in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market by Capture Capacity

9. Conclusions

9.1 The Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Outlook
9.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market
9.3 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecasts 2014-2024
9.4 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts 2014-2024

10. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts Summary 2014, 2019, 2024 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 1.2 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts Summary 2014, 2019, 2024 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 1.3 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecasts Summary 2014, 2019, 2024 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 3.1 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 3.2 Drivers and Restraints of the Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 4.1 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Table 4.2 CO2 Capture Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.3 Drivers & Restraints in the CO2 Storage Submarket 2014-2024
Table 4.4 CO2 Transmission Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.5 Drivers & Restraints in the CO2 Transmission Submarket 2014-2024
Table 4.6 CO2 Storage Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.8 Drivers & Restraints in the CO2 Storage Submarket 2014-2024
Table 5.1 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Table 5.2 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Cumulative Spending 2014-2024 (Rank, $m)
Table 5.3 The US Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.4 US Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
Table 5.5 Drivers & Restraints in the US Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 5.6 The Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.7 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in Canada
Table 5.8 Drivers and Restraints in the Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market
Table 5.9 The Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 5.10 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in China
Table 5.11 Drivers and Restraints of the Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 5.12 The UK Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.13 UK Carbon Capture & Storage) Projects
Table 5.14 Drivers and Restraints of the UK Carbon Capture & Storage) Market
Table 5.15 The Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.16 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in Australia
Table 5.17 Drivers and Restraints of the Australian Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Market
Table 5.18 The Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.19 Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Projects
Table 5.20 Drivers and Restraints of the Norwegian Carbon Capture (CCS) Market
Table 5.21 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in the MENA Region
Table 5.22 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.23 Drivers and Restraints of the UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 5.24 Other MENA Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.25 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.26 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in Netherlands
Table 5.27 Delayed Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in the Netherlands
Table 5.28 Drivers and Restraints of the Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 5.29 Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.30 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in Brazil
Table 5.31 Drivers and Restraints of the Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 5.32 The Rest of the World Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.33 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in the Rest of Europe
Table 5.34 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in the Rest of Asia-Pacific

Table 6.1 PEST Analysis of the Carbon Capture & Storage Market 2014-2024
Table 8.1 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.2 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Carbon Capture Projects (Companies, Country, Value, Details)
Table 8.3 Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Company Divisions (% of Revenues)
Table 8.4 Alstom Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.5 Alstom Carbon Capture Projects (Subcontractors, Country, Value, Details, Model/Type)
Table 8.6 Alstom Company Divisions (Products & Services)
Table 8.7 Air Liquide Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.8 Air Liquide Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.9 Air Liquide Company Divisions (% of Revenues, Product & Services)
Table 8.10 Babcock & Wilcox Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.11 Babcock & Wilcox Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Value, Details)
Table 8.12 Babcock & Wilcox Company Divisions (Product & Services)
Table 8.13 Fluor Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.14 Fluor Corporation Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.15 Fluor Corporation Company Divisions by New Orders & Backlog of Work (End 2012)
Table 8.16 General Electric (GE) Company Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.17 General Electric (GE) Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Value, Details)


Table 8.18 General Electric (GE) Company Divisions (Revenues $m, % of Profits)
Table 8.19 HTC Purenergy Inc. Company Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.20 HTC Purenergy Inc. Carbon Capture & Storage Contracts (Companies, Country, Value, Details)
Table 8.21 Linde AG Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.22 Linde AG Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details, Model/Type)
Table 8.23 Linde AG Company Divisions (% of Net Sales, Operating Margins, Products & Services)
Table 8.24 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.25 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Value, Details)
Table 8.26 Praxair Inc. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.27 Praxair Inc. Carbon Capture & Storage Project (Date, Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.28 Praxair Inc. Company Divisions by End Market Sales (Percentage of Sales)
Table 8.29 E.ON SE Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.30 E.ON SE Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.31 E.ON SE Company Divisions (Sales in 2012 $, Source of Energy)
Table 8.32 Enel S.p.A. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.33 Enel S.p.A. Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details, Model/Type)
Table 8.34 RWE AG Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, Number of Customers, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.35 RWE AG Carbon Capture & Storage Projects ( Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.36 RWE AG Company Divisions (Products & Services)
Table 8.37 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.38 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Value, Details)
Table 8.39 Saskatchewan Power Corporation Available Generating Capacity 2012 (%, MW)
Table 8.40 Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. Overview 2012/13 (Adjusted Profits before tax, Number of Employees, Number of Customers, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.41 Scottish & Southern Energy Plc. Carbon Capture & Storage Project (Companies Country, Details)
Table 8.42 Scottish & Southern Energy Sources of Power Generation (% of Total, Mega Watts)
Table 8.43 Southern Company Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Customers, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.44 Southern Company Carbon Capture Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.45 Vattenfall Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, Number of Customers, HQ, Ticker, Website)

Table 8.46 Vattenfall Carbon Capture Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.47 Vattenfall Company Divisions by Sales of Energy 2012 (TWh)
Table 8.48 Baker Hughes Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.49 Baker Hughes Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.50 Baker Hughes Company Divisions (Products & Services)
Table 8.51 Halliburton Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.52 Halliburton Company Divisions (Percentage of Revenues, Products & Services)
Table 8.53 Petrofac Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.54 Petrofac Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.55 Petrofac Company Divisions (Contribution to Profits %, Contribution to Revenues, Products & Services)
Table 8.56 Schlumberger Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.57 Schlumberger Carbon Capture & Storage Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.58 Schlumberger Company Divisions (% of Revenues, Products & Services)
Table 8.59 Kinder Morgan Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.60 Kinder Morgan CO2 Pipeline Programmes (Location, Details)
Table 8.61 National Grid Plc. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Number of Employees, HQ, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.62 National Grid Plc. CO2 Transmission Projects (Companies, Country, Details)
Table 8.63 National Grid Plc. Company Divisions (% of Operating Profits)
Table 8.64 Leading 15 Companies in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market by Capture Capacity 2014-2024 (Market Ranking, Total Revenue, Market Share %)
Table 9.1 The Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 9.2 Summary of Drivers & Restraints in the Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market
Table 9.3 Leading National Market Forecasts Summary 2014, 2019, 2024 ($m), 2014-2024 CAGR (%)
Table 9.4 Submarket Forecasts Summary 2014, 2019, 2024 ($m), 2014-2024 CAGR (%)

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Segmentation Overview
Figure 2.2 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Structure Overview
Figure 2.3 CO2 Source, Capture, Transport, Injection and Storage Technologies
Figure 2.4 CO2 Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum and Natural Gas in 2011 (Million Metric Tons)
Figure 2.5 Global Coal Production and Consumption in 2011 (Thousand Short Tons)
Figure 3.1 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.1 Cumulative Carbon Capture & Storage Submarket Forecasts 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 4.2 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarkets Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.3 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarkets Share Forecast 2019 (%)
Figure 4.4 Carbon Capture & Storage Submarkets Share Forecast 2024 (%)
Figure 4.5 CO2 Capture Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($3, AGR%)
Figure 4.6 CO2 Capture Submarket Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (%)
Figure 4.7 CO2 Transmission Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.8 CO2 Transmission Submarket Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (%)
Figure 4.9 CO2 Storage Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.10 CO2 Storage Submarket Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 20243 (%)
Figure 5.1 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Forecast 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 5.2 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 5.3 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Share Forecast 2019 (%)
Figure 5.4 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Share Forecast 2024 (%)
Figure 5.5 Leading National Carbon Capture & Storage Markets Share Change 2014-2024 (%)
Figure 5.6 Barriers to Entry vs. National Market Size vs. CAGR% 2014-2024 ($m, CAGR%)
Figure 5.7 The US Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.8 The US Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.9 DOE Funded 2nd Generation Carbon Capture & Storage Projects ($m)
Figure 5.10 The Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.11 The Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.12 Canadian Total Oil Production (Thousand Barrels/Day)
Figure 5.13 The Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.14 The Chinese Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)

Figure 5.15 Carbon Capture & Storage Projects in China (Year, Capacity, CO2 Storage)
Figure 5.16 Chinese Coal Consumption and Production 1980-2012 (Million Short Tonnes)
Figure 5.17 The UK Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.18 The UK Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.19 The Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.20 The Australian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.21 Australian Total CO2 Emissions 1980-2011, Coal Production (Million Short Tons) 1980-2012 and Natural Gas Production (Billion Cubic Feet) 1980-2012
Figure 5.22 The Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.23 The Norwegian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.24 Total Oil Supply (Thousand Barrels Per Day) from MENA Regions 2005-2012
Figure 5.25 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.26 The UAE Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.27 Other MENA Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.28 Other MENA Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.29 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.30 The Netherlands Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.31 Total CO2 Emissions from the Consumption of Energy in the Netherlands 1990-2011
Figure 5.32 Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.33 Brazilian Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 5.34 The Rest of the World Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.35 The Rest of the World Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
Figure 8.1 Major Companies Owning and Operating Carbon Capture & Storage Projects
Figure 8.5 Major Companies involved in Carbon Capture Projects
Figure 8.3 E.ON Percentage of Regional Sales, by Country (%)
Figure 8.4 Sources of Enel's Net Electricity Generation 2012 (MWh)
Figure 8.5 Scottish & Southern Energy Capital Expenditure (% of Total)
Figure 8.6 Vattenfall Net Sales by Country 2012 (%)
Figure 8.7 Key Companies Involved in Carbon Dioxide Transportation & Storage
Figure 8.8 Schlumberger's Revenues by Region 2012 (%)
Figure 8.9 Leading 15 Companies in the Carbon Capture & Storage Market Share (% share)
Figure 9.1 Global Carbon Capture & Storage Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)

Companies Listed

2Co Energy
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc)
Agrium Inc.
Air Liquide
Air Products & Chemicals Inc.
Aker Solutions
Alabama Power
Alstom
AltaGas Canada
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Apache Corporation
Aquistore
ArcelorMittal
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Company
Arup
Babcock & Wilcox
Babcock & Wilcox mPower, Inc.
Babcock & Wilcox Nuclear Energy, Inc.
Babcock & Wilcox Nuclear Operations Group, Inc.
Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group
Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc.

Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services Group, Inc.
Baker Hughes
BASF
Blue Source
Bow City Power Ltd.
BP
Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH)
C.Gen Group
Cansolv Technologies Ltd
Cenovus Energy
Centrica Plc.
CEPAC
Chaparral Energy Inc.
Chevron Canada
Chevron Corporation
China Datang Corporation
China Huaneng Group
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
Chugai Technos
Ciuden
CNR International
CO2DeepStore Ltd
Coca Cola
Coffeyville Resources
ConocoPhillips
CS Energy
CVR Energy Inc.
Denbury Onshore LLC,
Denbury Resources Inc.
Dodsal Group

Dongguan Taiyangzhou Power Corporation
Doosan Babcock
Doosan Power Systems
Dow Chemical Corporation
Drax Power
Dresser-Rand Group
E.ON Benelux
E.ON SE
EDF Energy
Electrabel
Emirates Aluminium (EMAL)
Emirates Steel Industries (ESI)
Endesa
Enel S.p.A.
Enhance Energy Inc.
Eni
Essent
ExxonMobil
Fluor Corporation
Foster Wheeler
FutureGen Alliance
GDF Suez
GDF Suez E&P Norge AS
General Electric (GE)
Getica CCS Project Company
GPC Quimica
Great Plains Synfuels
GreenGen

Halliburton
Hess Norge
Hitachi
HTC CO2 Systems
HTC Purenergy
Husky Energy
IHI Corporation
Japan Vietnam Petroleum Co., Ltd (JVPC)
JGC Corporation
JOGMEC
J-POWER
KBR
Kensington Capital Partners Ltd
Kinder Morgan
Koch Nitrogen Company
Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Leucadia Energy LLC.
Lianyungang Clean Energy
Linde AG
Luscar
Marathon Oil
Masdar
Maxx Energy
Medicine Bow Fuel and Power LLC
Mississippi Power
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
Mitsui & Co Ltd
National Grid Plc.
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
Norsk Hydro
North West Upgrading Inc.
NRG Energy
Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Peabody Energy
Pemex
Petoro AS
PetroChina
Petrofac
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras)
Petronas
Praxair Inc.
Premier Oil
Progressive Energy LTD
PwC
Qatar Fuel Additives Company
Qatar National Bank
Qatargas
Romgaz
RWE AG
RWE npower
Sandridge Energy
Sargas
Sargent and Lundy LLC
Saskatchewan Power Corporation
Saudi Aramco
Schlumberger
Scottish & Southern Energy Plc.
ScottishPower
SCS Energy LLC
SEQ International BV
Shanxi International Energy Group
Shanxi Yangchang Petroleum Company
Shell Canada
Shenhua Group Corporation Ltd.
Sinopec
Sitra Petrochemicals
SNC Lavalin
Solid Energy
Sonatrach
Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership (SECARB)
Southern Company
Spectra Energy Inc.
SRI International
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