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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) for Coal-Fired Plants - Opportunity Assessment and Key Country Analysis to 2025

  • Published: December 2012
  • 101 Pages
  • GlobalData

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) for Coal-Fired Plants - Opportunity Assessment and Key Country Analysis to 2025

Summary

This report provides the retrofit potential and new market potential for the global CCS market in terms of revenues and capacity. It also discusses the key drivers and restraints impacting the market. The report provides an in depth analysis of key global CCS markets– the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Poland, Australia, China and Japan. It provides the retrofit potential and new market potential for CCS and the regulations in each of these countries. The report also provides an overview of key players in global CCS market.

Scope

- Analysis of CCS technologies–Pre-Combustion Capture Technology, Post-Combustion Capture Technology, Oxy-Fuel Combustion Capture Technology.
- Data on potential market for CCS retrofit and new capacity (GW and $ billions) for key countries: the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Poland, Australia, China and Japan.
- Drivers and restraints for the CCS market for the above mentioned countries.
- Data sourced from proprietary databases and primary interviews with industry experts.

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1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 GlobalData Report Guidance
3 CCS, Technology
3.1 CCS Technology: An Overview
3.1.1 CCS Technology, Carbon Capture Technologies
3.1.2 CCS Technology, Carbon Transportation
3.1.3 CCS Technology, Carbon Storage Technologies
3.2 CCS, Technology, New Technologies
4 Global, CCS Market
4.1 Global, CCS Market, Present Status
4.1.1 Australia
4.1.2 China
4.1.3 South Africa
4.1.4 Japan
4.1.5 Norway
4.1.6 South Korea
4.1.7 India
4.1.8 Canada
4.1.9 US
4.1.10 EU Member countries
4.2 Global, CCS Market, Current and Planned Installed Capacity (MW), 2008-2020
4.3 Global, CCS Market, Cost Comparison of Technologies With and Without CCS
4.4 Global, CCS Market, Drivers and Restraints
4.4.1 Drivers
4.4.2 Restraints
4.5 Global, CCS Market, Key Initiatives
4.6 Global, CCS Market, Technology Adoption Roadmap
5 CCS, Key Countries
5.1 The US, CCS
5.1.1 The US, CCS, Country Overview
5.1.2 The US, Carbon Emissions
5.1.3 The US, CCS Market, Market Overview
5.1.4 The US, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue (2012-2030)
5.1.5 The US, CCS Market, Market Drivers and Restraints
5.2 Canada, CCS
5.2.1 Canada, Overview
5.2.2 Canada, Carbon Emissions
5.2.3 Canada, CCS Overview
5.2.4 Canada, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.2.5 Canada, CCS Market Dynamics
5.3 The UK, CCS
5.3.1 The UK, Overview
5.3.2 The UK, Carbon Emissions
5.3.3 The UK, CCS Overview
5.3.4 The UK, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.3.5 The UK, CCS Market Dynamics
5.4 Germany, CCS
5.4.1 Germany, Overview
5.4.2 Germany, Carbon Emissions
5.4.3 Germany, CCS, Overview
5.4.4 Germany, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.4.5 Germany, CCS Market Dynamics
5.5 Poland, CCS
5.5.1 Poland, Overview
5.5.2 Poland, Carbon emissions
5.5.3 Poland, CCS Overview
5.5.4 Poland, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.5.5 Poland, CCS Market Dynamics
5.6 Australia, CCS
5.6.1 Australia, Overview
5.6.2 Australia, Carbon Emissions
5.6.3 Australia, CCS Overview
5.6.4 Australia, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.6.5 Australia, CCS Market Dynamics
5.7 China, CCS
5.7.1 China, Overview
5.7.2 China, Carbon Emissions
5.7.3 China, CCS Overview
5.7.4 China, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.7.5 China, CCS Market Dynamics
5.8 Japan, CCS
5.8.1 Japan, Overview
5.8.2 Japan, Carbon Emissions
5.8.3 Japan, CCS Overview
5.8.4 Japan, CCS Market, Potential Capacity and Revenue Market (2012-2025)
5.8.5 Japan, CCS Market Dynamics
6 List of Other CCS Projects, 2012
7 Key Players in the CCS Market
7.1 Alstom
7.2 Chevron
7.3 ConocoPhilipps
7.4 E.ON
7.5 Vattenfall
7.6 Statoil
7.7 ENEL
7.8 Siemens
7.9 RWE
7.10 Japan CCS Company
7.11 The Co-operative Research Centre for Greenhouse Technologies
8 Appendix
8.1 Definitions
8.1.1 Power
8.1.2 Installed Capacity
8.1.3 Electricity Generation
8.1.4 Electricity Consumption
8.1.5 Renewable Energy Resources
8.2 Abbreviations
8.3 Bibliography
8.4 Methodology
8.4.1 Coverage
8.4.2 Secondary Research
8.4.3 Primary Research
8.4.4 Definitions, Market Estimates and Assumptions
8.5 Contact Us
8.6 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: CCS, Global, Cumulative and Annual Coal-Fired CCS Capacity (MW), 2008-2020
Table 2: CCS, Global, Overnight Cost With and Without Carbon Capture Technology ($/kW), 2010
Table 3: CCS, Global, CO2 Emission With and Without CCS Technology (kg/MWh), 2010
Table 4: The US, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 5: CCS, The US, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012–2025
Table 6: CCS, The US, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 7: Canada, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq),1995-2011
Table 8: CCS, Canada, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 9: CCS, Canada, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 10: The UK, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 11: CCS, The UK, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 12: Germany, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 13: CCS, Germany, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 14: CCS, Germany, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 15: Poland, Carbon Emissions (MMtCo2eq), 1995-2011
Table 16: CCS, Poland, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 17: CCS, Poland, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 18: Australia, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 19: CCS, Australia, Retrofit Market Capacity and Revenue, 2012-2025
Table 20: CCS, Australia, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 21: China, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 22: CCS, China, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 23: CCS, China, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Table 24: Japan, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Table 25: CCS, Japan, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 26: CCS, Japan, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Table 27: Abbreviations

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: CCS, Global, Pre-Combustion Capture Technology
Figure 2: CCS, Global, Post-Combustion Capture Technology
Figure 3: CCS, Global, Oxy-Fuel Combustion Capture Technology
Figure 4: CCS, Global, Cumulative and Annual Coal-Fired CCS Capacity (MW), 2008-2020
Figure 5: CCS, Global, Overnight Cost With and Without CCS ($/kW), 2010
Figure 6: CCS, Global, CO2 Emission With and Without CCS Technology (kg/MWh), 2010
Figure 7: CCS, Global, Drivers Impact Analysis
Figure 8: CCS, Global, Restraints Impact Analysis
Figure 9: CCS Global, Technology Adoption Roadmap, 2011-2025
Figure 10: The US, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 11: CCS, The US, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 12: CCS, The US, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 13: CCS, The US, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 14: CCS, The US, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 15: Canada, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq),1995-2011
Figure 16: CCS, Canada, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 17: CCS, Canada, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 18: CCS, Canada, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 19: CCS, Canada, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 20: The UK, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 21: CCS, The UK, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 22: CCS, The UK, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 23: CCS, The UK, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 24: Germany, Carbon Emissions (MMtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 25: CCS, Germany, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 26: CCS, Germany, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 27: CCS, Germany, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 28: CCS, Germany, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 29: Poland, Carbon Emissions (MMtCo2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 30: CCS, Poland, Retrofit Market, Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 31: CCS, Poland, New Market, Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 32: CCS, Poland, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 33: CCS, Poland, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 34: Australia, Carbon Emissions (MMtCo2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 35: CCS, Australia, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 36: CCS, Australia, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 37: CCS, Australia, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012-2025
Figure 38: CCS, Australia, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012-2025
Figure 39: China, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 40: CCS, China, Retrofit Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 41: CCS, China, New Market Capacity (GW) and Revenue ($bn), 2012-2025
Figure 42: CCS, China, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 43: CCS, China, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 44: Japan, Carbon Emissions (GtCO2eq), 1995-2011
Figure 45: CCS, Japan, Retrofit Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 46: CCS, Japan, New Market Capacity (MW) and Revenue ($m), 2012-2025
Figure 47: Carbon Capture and Storage, Japan, Drivers Impact Analysis, 2012
Figure 48: Carbon Capture and Storage, Japan, Restraints Impact Analysis, 2012

Carbon Capture and Storage May Be Key to Meeting Global Emissions Targets

Although currently negligible in prominence, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) could be the technology that makes the world’s carbon emission reduction targets achievable, say energy experts The authors, in their latest report.

As the report* explains, carbon storage techniques, such as enhanced oil recovery, have been used in the energy sector for decades, but only recently has the concept of long term carbon storage been viewed as a viable means of reducing the amount of carbon released into the atmosphere from power plants.

Correspondingly, a modest 238 megawatts (MW) of CCS capacity was installed globally at the end of 2011, but according to current government plans and other initiatives, a far more substantial 10 gigawatts (GW) is expected to come online by the end of the decade.

CCS refers to the technology of capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) before or after the combustion of fossil fuels (gas or coal), transporting it and pumping it into underground geological formations. This process prevents large quantities of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere by securely storing it between impermeable rock or similar material.

China, the US, Australia, Japan, Norway, the Netherlands and the UK have invested heavily in CCS Research and Development (R&D) activities and are the global leaders in the industry; however, there are currently no large-scale CCS demonstration projects active for coal-fired plants.

Governments around the world are showing a lack of commitment in significantly reducing fossil fuel consumption, and so CCS could prove the most realistic answer to one of the greatest predicaments of our time. However, The authors’s report states that this technology must be employed much more widely in order for CCS to make the level of impact its potential suggests.

*Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) for Coal-Fired Plants - Opportunity Assessment and Key Country Analysis to 2025

This report provides the retrofit potential and new market potential for the global CCS market in terms of revenues and capacity. It also discusses the key drivers and restraints impacting the market.

This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by The authors’s team of industry experts.

Alstom
Chevron
ConocoPhilipps
E.ON
Vattenfall
Statoil
ENEL
Siemens
RWE
Japan CCS Company
The Co-operative Research Centre for Greenhouse Technologies

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