Pune, India -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/13/2018 -- Market Scenario
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is an emission reduction process, which is intended to prevent large amounts of carbon dioxide being released into the environment. The technology involves collection, transportation and injection of the carbon di oxide so that it would not escape in the atmosphere. The process involves three main steps and technologies such as capture, which includes separation of CO2 from gases produced from different procedures. Secondly, it involves transport, which is transportation of the captured CO2 to a suitable site for storage with the help of pipeline, trucks, and ships. The last step is storage, which involves injection of CO2 into underground rock formation, deep wells, and depleted reservoirs. These are the best storage options for storing huge amounts of CO2 for many years.
The (CCS) market is projected to rise at a CAGR of more than ~8.0% during the forecast period. The main reason behind the growth is the serious concern about the rising CO2 emission and the growing energy demands, among the government and societies, which ultimately drives the carbon capture and storage market.
The main drivers of this carbon capture and storage market are clean technologies, reduction of consumption of coal in emerging countries, technological advancements in manufacturing unit to reduced emission rates, renewable energy production and extensive implementation of CCS technology.
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The CCS market is further segmented on the basis of technology as pre combustion, post combustion and oxy fuel combustion, on the basis of applications as EOR, agriculture, and industrial, on the basis of end-use as iron steel, oil and gas, chemical and others and on the basis of regions as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World.
Global Carbon Capture and Storage Market
The CCS market is projected to rise at a CAGR of more than ~8.0% during the forecast period. In the U.S. power sector accounts for ~25.50 % in greenhouse gas emission, reducing which is going to be one of the promising ways to enhance growth in CCS market. The only restraint is the cost.
Based on type, pre combustion CCS is expected to be volumed at ~70.0 MTPA by 2023, because of the wide technological applicability in gasification combined cycle power plant. The ability to convert solid fuel into syngas through heat application due to high pressure in the presence of oxygen, will make it preferable than others.
On the basis of application, EOR application is the best application because it is an excellent storage reservoir. Syndicate research and development is being done in this sector to capture and manage CO2 emissions, which ultimately reduces the climate risks.
On the basis of region, North America has the highest number of CCS projects. U.S. has 16 of the 22 operational or under construction projects and has the largest capture capacity, across the world. Once in operation, the capacity of these projects will be around ~40 million tons of carbon dioxide. For instance, Kemper County coal CCS plant in Mississippi would be a new power plant with pre combustion carbon capture. It will capture ~65% of emission (~3.5 million tons per year).
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The major key player in global CCS market are Fluor Corporation (U.S.), Cansolv Technologies Inc (Canada), Dakota Gasification Company (U.S.), Aker Solutions (U.S.), Japan CCS (Japan), NRG Energy (U.S.), The Linde Group (Germany), Chevron Corporation (U.S.), Climeworks AG (Switzerland), and Shell (U.S.). They are highly capable to offer the finest service in the market.