Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - Forecast(2021 - 2026)

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Overview

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) market size is forecast to reach US$25.3 billion by 2026, after growing at a CAGR of 29.1% during 2021-2026. The emerging demand for carbon dioxide injection technologies for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and stringent government standards for greenhouse gas emissions are the key factors driving the market growth. Carbon Capture and Storage or Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) is a technology to combat climate change in which Carbon dioxide (CO2) is captured and then transported where it is stored permanently across depleted hydrocarbon fields and deep saline aquifer formations. The goal of carbon capture and storage is to keep CO2 emissions out of the atmosphere as increased levels of CO2 is the main culprit behind the Greenhouse effect and global warming which has a detrimental effect not only on the environment and also on the economy as a whole. Carbon capture and storage aims at reducing the human carbon footprint. CO2 is mainly produced by the combustion of fossil fuels and is also a major by-product of many industries. Hence, it is vital to get rid of it in a responsible manner as it is a greenhouse gas. According to a report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), CCS could contribute to a 19% reduction in global CO2 emissions by 2050. In the Paris Climate Agreement, world governments agreed to keep emissions well below 2?C and to pursue efforts to keep it below 1.5?C. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded that global emissions need to reach net zero by 2050 to limit warming to 1.5?C. To achieve the Paris Agreement objective countries are trying to reach net zero. This goal to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions is one of the major contributing factors to the growth of the Carbon Capture and Storage market. Clean technologies and increasing power consumption also play a significant role in driving the carbon capture and storage industry during the forecast period.

COVID-19 Impact

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many end use industries like Chemical plants, Iron and Steel, Fertilizer and other industries scaled back production and many were shut down due to lockdowns. In early 2020, investing huge capital for Carbon Capture and Storage projects took a backseat for a while as industries struggled to make profits. For instance, in March 2020 Petra Nova CCS Facility, USA paused all Carbon Capture and Storage operations. On the other hand, as human activities were brought to a complete standstill, the levels of CO2 also decreased. According to the Global Carbon Project, in April 2020, daily global emissions decreased by 17% when compared with the mean 2019 levels. This made people more conscious of the efforts to reduce CO2 emissions and push for clean technologies to combat climate change which in turn boosts the Carbon Capture and Storage market.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Report Coverage

The report: “Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Forecast (2021-2026)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Carbon Capture and Storage Market.

By Capture Technology: Post Combustion Capture, Pre-Combustion Capture, Oxyfuel Combustion and Industrial Separation
By Storage Technology: Geological Storage, Deep Ocean Storage, and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
By End-Use Industry: Power Generation, Iron and Steel, Oil and Gas, Chemicals, Cement and Concrete, Biofuels, Fertilizers, Textiles, Food and Beverages, Paper and Pulp, and Others
By Geography: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Belgium, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Rest of APAC), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Rest of South America), Rest of the World (Middle East and Africa) 

Key Takeaways

  • North America dominates the CCS market, with USA having the lion’s share of operational or under construction schemes of CCS plants. 
  • The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that we need a carbon capture and storage industry capable of capturing 7,000 million tons of carbon dioxide per year and storing it underground by 2050. So, the future of the global CCS industry looks promising.
  • There has been an increase in Global warming and CO2 emissions post lockdowns. This is leading to an increase in demand to curb emissions, which is increasing the demand for carbon capture and consecutively driving the market growth. 
  • The major opportunity for this market is growing climate change awareness and development of clean and green mitigation technologies. Furthermore, it is also an opportunity for this market to develop advanced technology for safe and long-term storage of CO2.

Figure: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Revenue Share, By Capture Technology, 2020 (%)

  

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Segment Analysis – By Capture Technology

Pre-combustion, post-combustion, oxy-fuel combustion, and industrial separation are some of the widely used capture technologies. The post-combustion capture segment held the largest share of 55.6% in the CCS market in 2020. In post combustion capture CO2 is removed after combustion of fossil fuels in power plants. CO2  is captured from flue gases at power stations or other point sources. The technology is currently used in other industrial applications as well. Post combustion capture is most popular in research because PCC can be typically built into existing industrial plants and power stations (retro-fitting) without significant modifications to the original plant. Post Combustion Capture offers high operational flexibility (partial retrofit, zero to full capture operation) and it can match market conditions for both existing and new power stations. Renewable technologies can be integrated in this process, in particular, Post Combustion Capture allows the use of low-cost solar thermal collectors to provide the necessary heat to separate CO2 from sorbents, effectively reducing the loss of electrical output caused by capture.

Oxy-fuel combustion is the fastest growing capture technology in the Carbon Capture and Storage market in 2020 and is growing at a CAGR of 41.0% during 2021-2026. Oxy-fuel combustion is the process of combusting hydrocarbon fuel in the presence of high purity oxygen. Generally, oxy-fuel combustion recycles flue gas to achieve a lower flame temperature, which makes it a highly efficient energy-saving combustion technology. Due to the large quantity of high purity oxygen required for this process, cryogenic air separation is currently the technology of choice for oxygen production. As demand for highly efficient and effective capture technologies increases, Post-combustion Capture and Oxy-fuel Combustion are expected to dominate the market during the forecast period.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Segment Analysis – By Storage Technology

The last and the most critical step in CCS is permanent storage of CO2. Geological Storage, Deep Ocean Storage and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) are some of the storage technologies used. The EOR segment held the largest share of 70.0% in the CCS market in 2020. Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is a process of extraction of crude oil from an oil field that otherwise cannot be recovered. Due to the physics of fluid flow, about two-thirds of conventional crude oil discovered in oil fields remains unproduced – primary oil recovery produces only about 10% of the reservoir’s original oil in place, with secondary recovery techniques increasing original oil in place production to approximately 20 to 40%. Tertiary (EOR) techniques prolong the life of producing fields, ultimately leading to recovery of 30 to 60% of the original oil in place. The United States Department of Energy (DOE) has estimated that full use of next generation CO2-EOR in the country could generate an additional 240 billion barrels of recoverable oil resources. Developing this potential would depend on the availability of commercial CO2 in large volumes, which could be made possible by widespread use of carbon capture and storage. Geological storage is the fastest growing storage technology segment in the Carbon Capture and Storage market in 2020 and is growing at a CAGR of 33.1% during 2021-2026. Geological Storage involves injecting CO2 as a supercritical fluid and injecting it into geological formations like saline aquifers or deep unminable coal beds 800 meters or more below the Earth’s crust. According to the Global CCS institute, as of June 2021, 26 commercial CCS facilities with a total capacity of 40 million tons per annum (Mtpa) are operating, 3 more are in construction, 13 are in advanced development and approximately 21 are in early development. Each of these facilities is or will permanently store hundreds of thousands of tons of CO2 per year, and several store more than one million tons of CO2 each year. Five of the 21 operating facilities use dedicated geological storage.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Segment Analysis – By End Use Industry

Industries produce about 8 billion tons of CO2 emissions annually. Chemical, Iron and steel and cement industries are responsible for 70% of these emissions due to the nature of their processes and high temperature heat requirements. The only feasible option for mitigation is to remove CO2 after production using CCS. The Oil and gas segment held the largest share of 62.8% in the Carbon Capture and Storage market in 2020. The rising demand for crude oil and natural gas across various industries has driven the growth of the oil and gas industry. The rising investments in the oil industry to meet growing energy requirements with the focus on lowering greenhouse gas emissions will significantly stimulate the implementation of carbon capture and storage projects.  The fastest growing end use industry segment in the Carbon Capture and Storage market in 2020 is biofuels which is growing at a CAGR of 43.2% during 2021-2026. This segment is growing fast owing to its popularity as a negative emission technology- Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS). BECCS is the process of extracting bioenergy from biomass and capturing and storing the CO2 thereby removing the atmospheric CO2. Biogenic CO2 is typically counted as a net-zero emission in most Greenhouse gas accounting schemes. This makes it a very low-cost CO2 source for capture.  Thus, favoring the CCS market.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Segment Analysis – By Geography

North America held the largest share in the CCS market in 2020 up to 54.0%. The US already had the highest number of operational CCS facilities and continued its lead in the global CCS projects with 12 of the 17 new commercial facilities added to the list projects in 2020. According to industry insights, North America will witness substantial growth on account of the increasing energy demands. For instance, the primary energy produced from fossil fuels in the US accounted for 79% of the total primary energy production in 2020 according to the IEA. Hence, there is a need to upgrade the conventional systems with effective emission control technologies like CCS to achieve the minimum emission rate. This contributes to the regional market growth.  Projects were announced in the following end use industries - cement manufacturing, coal and gas-fired power plants, waste-to-energy plants, ethanol facilities and chemical production. These new projects are mainly due to incentives from the government as well as the DOE. Stringent regulatory standards by the government to decrease the greenhouse gas emissions will further boost the demand for carbon capture and storage technology in the region.

The APAC region is the fastest growing region and is growing at a CAGR of 44.3% during 2021-2026. In the Asia Pacific region commitments to reach net-zero emissions saw significant support over the last year from both, governments and businesses, which is spearheading CCS investment and driving the growth of the market. Increasing industrialization rate coupled with the growing investment toward expansion of manufacturing facilities has raised the deployment of CCS projects. Rapid deployment of gas and coal power plants in to cater to the growing demand for energy will accelerate the Asia Pacific market growth. For instance, in June 2021 Japan proposed $10 billion in government funding for low carbon projects overseas, particularly in Asia with the aim of offsetting the environmental impacts as it stays dependent on oil and gas imports to maintain energy security. Rising awareness regarding emission control along with ongoing industrial and commercial expansion will boost the market.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Drivers

Global Aim for Net Zero

There has been a tremendous growth in the renewable energy sources sectors but climate experts and scientists believe that this alone will not result in zero carbon emissions. CCS plays a vital role in ridding the existing energy sources of greenhouse gas emissions and one step closes to net zero. The CCS technologies available today can absorb more than 90% of CO2 generated by fossil fuel power stations and industrial plants. According a report, the International Energy Agency declares that without CCS it will be impossible to achieve the ambition of the Paris Agreement. Many countries have begun adopting CCS to put them on the right track to net zero. A Norwegian Company, Equinor’s “Hydrogen to Humber (H2H) Saltend” project will provide blue (zero emission) hydrogen from natural gas with carbon capture and storage technology for the Humber region in UK. The project is one of many steps toward realizing the 2019 UK law committing to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Such projects act as drivers for the CCS market during the forecast period.  

Role of Power Generation Industry

The expeditious decarbonization of power generation industry is of utmost importance in achieving net-zero emissions as electricity generation is one of the largest sources of  CO2 emissions globally. The demand for electricity is forecast to increase significantly. CCS equipped power plants will help ensure that the low carbon grid of the future is resilient and reliable. CCS is also essential for reducing emissions from the existent world-wide fossil fuel power plants. Globally, there is approximately 2,000 Giga Watts (GW) of operating coal-fired capacity, with over 500 GW of new capacity expected by 2030. Over 200 Gigatons of new capacity is already under construction. Without CCS retrofit or early retirement, coal and gas-fired power stations, both current as well as under construction, will continue emitting CO2 at rates that will consume 95% of the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario carbon budget by 2050. Retrofitting fossil fuel power generation plants with CCS can be a cost-effective option which means economies that are heavily dependent on coal such as China, India, and Southeast Asian countries can continue using it while moving toward a low-carbon economy, thereby transitioning towards zero emission. Thus, the growth in power generation also fuels the growth of CCS market.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Challenges

High Cost of Carbon Capture and Storage

Incorporating CCS technologies increases costs including capital investment in equipment technology, operating costs and transportation costs without providing additional revenue. The high cost of carbon capture and storage has kept the technology from entering mainstream use. Climate policies like carbon pricing are still not strong enough to make CCS economically attractive. For Carbon capture alone the cost varies from $15-120 per ton of CO2. Some CO2 capture technologies are commercially available now, while others are still in development, and this further contributes to the large range in costs.  This challenge can be offset by government economic packages and incentives. 

Environmental Considerations

The main critique towards CCS is that it may strengthen dependency on non-renewable fossil fuels and coal mining instead of adopting renewable energy solutions. Another concern is regarding the possible leaks in storage. Other concerns are explosions, earthquakes or any ecosystem side-effects. Such factors have become the major challenge of CCS which constrains the growth of the market.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Landscape

Technological advancements, partnerships, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Carbon Capture and Storage market. Carbon Capture and Storage market top companies are General Electric Company, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Aker Solutions ASA, Fluor Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Halliburton Company, Siemens AG, Total S.A., Equinor ASA, ADA-ES, Inc, Exxon Mobil Corporation and Schlumberger Limited among others.

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In June 2021, Northern Lights, Total Energies, Oxy Low Carbon Ventures, South Pole, Perspectives and Carbon Finance Labs announced the launch of the CCS+ Initiative which focus on advancing carbon accounting for a range of carbon capture, utilization, storage, and removal technologies that are underpinned by robust cradle-to-grave life cycle assessments (LCA) and rigorous verification standards to ensure environmental integrity.
  • In February 2020 Chevron Technology Ventures partnered with WAVE Equity Partners, and Marubeni Corporation by investing $16 million in Carbon Clean Solutions. Carbon Clean Solutions Limited is developing a carbon capture system that can be shipped to remote sites, where it will remove carbon dioxide at a price of $30 per ton. 

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1. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market- Market Overview
    1.1 Definitions and Scope
2. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - Executive Summary
    2.1 Key Trends by Capture Technology
    2.2 Key Trends by Storage Technology
    2.3 Key Trends by End Use Industry
    2.4 Key Trends by Geography
3. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Comparative analysis
    3.1 Market Share Analysis- Major Companies
    3.2 Product Benchmarking- Major Companies
    3.3 Top 5 Financials Analysis
    3.4 Patent Analysis- Major Companies
    3.5 Pricing Analysis (ASPs will be provided)
4. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - Startup companies Scenario Premium Premium
    4.1 Major startup company analysis:
        4.1.1 Investment
        4.1.2 Revenue
        4.1.3 Product portfolio
        4.1.4 Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium Premium
    5.1 Regulatory Framework Overview
    5.2 New Business and Ease of Doing Business Index
    5.3 Successful Venture Profiles
    5.4 Customer Analysis – Major companies
6. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - Market Forces
    6.1 Market Drivers
    6.2 Market Constraints
    6.3 Porters Five Force Model
        6.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
        6.3.2 Bargaining Powers of Buyers
        6.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
        6.3.4 Competitive Rivalry
        6.3.5 Threat of Substitutes
7. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Strategic Analysis
    7.1 Value/Supply Chain Analysis
    7.2 Opportunity Analysis
    7.3 Product/Market Life Cycle
    7.4 Distributor Analysis – Major Companies
8. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – By Capture Technology (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    8.1 Post Combustion Capture
    8.2 Pre-Combustion Capture
    8.3 Oxyfuel Combustion
    8.4 Industrial Separation
9. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – By Storage Technology (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    9.1 Geological Storage
    9.2 Deep Ocean Storage
    9.3 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
10. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – By End Use Industry (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    10.1 Power Generation
    10.2 Iron and Steel
    10.3 Oil and Gas
    10.4 Chemicals
    10.5 Cement and Concrete
    10.6 Biofuels
    10.7 Fertilizers
    10.8 Textiles
    10.9 Food and Beverages
    10.10 Pulp and Paper
    10.11 Others
11. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - By Geography (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    11.1 North America
        11.1.1 USA
        11.1.2 Canada
        11.1.3 Mexico
    11.2 Europe
        11.2.1 UK
        11.2.2 Germany
        11.2.3 France
        11.2.4 Italy
        11.2.5 Netherlands
        11.2.6 Spain
        11.2.7 Russia
        11.2.8 Belgium
        11.2.9 Rest of Europe
    11.3 Asia-Pacific
        11.3.1 China
        11.3.2 Japan
        11.3.3 India
        11.3.4 South Korea
        11.3.5 Australia and New Zeeland
        11.3.6 Indonesia
        11.3.7 Taiwan
        11.3.8 Malaysia
        11.3.9 Rest of APAC
    11.4 South America
        11.4.1 Brazil
        11.4.2 Argentina
        11.4.3 Colombia
        11.4.4 Chile
        11.4.5 Rest of South America
    11.5 Rest of the World
        11.5.1 Middle East
            11.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia
            11.5.1.2 UAE
            11.5.1.3 Israel
            11.5.1.4 Rest of the Middle East
        11.5.2 Africa
            11.5.2.1 South Africa
            11.5.2.2 Nigeria
            11.5.2.3 Rest of Africa
12. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Entropy
    12.1 New Product Launches
    12.2 M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
13. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Industry/Segment Competition Landscape Premium
    13.1 Company Benchmarking Matrix – Major Companies
    13.2 Market Share at Global Level - Major companies
    13.3 Market Share by Key Region - Major companies
    13.4 Market Share by Key Country - Major companies
    13.5 Market Share by Key Application - Major companies
    13.6 Market Share by Key Product Type/Product category - Major companies
14. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market – Key Company List by Country Premium Premium
15. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Company Analysis - Business Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, and Developments
    15.1 Company 1
    15.2 Company 2
    15.3 Company 3
    15.4 Company 4
    15.5 Company 5
    15.6 Company 6
    15.7 Company 7
    15.8 Company 8
    15.9 Company 9
    15.10 Company 10 and more
"*Financials would be provided on a best effort basis for private companies"
List of Tables

Table 1: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Overview 2021-2026
Table 2: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Leader Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 3: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Product Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 4: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market End User Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 5: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Patent Analysis 2013-2018* (US$)
Table 6: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Financial Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 7: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Driver Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 8: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Challenges Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 9: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Constraint Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 10: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Supplier Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 11: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Buyer Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 12: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Threat of Substitutes Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 13: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Threat of New Entrants Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 14: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Degree of Competition Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 15: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value Chain Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 16: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Pricing Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 17: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Opportunities Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 18: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Product Life Cycle Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 19: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Supplier Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 20: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Distributor Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 21: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Trend Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 22: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Size 2018 (US$)
Table 23: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 24: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Sales Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (Units)
Table 25: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 26: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Capture Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Post Combustion Capture, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 27: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Capture Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Pre-Combustion Capture, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 28: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Capture Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Oxyfuel technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 29: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Capture Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Chemical Looping Combustion, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 30: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 31: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Storage Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Geological Storage, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 32: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Storage Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Deep Ocean Storage, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 33: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By Storage Technology, Revenue & Volume, By Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), 2021-2026 ($)
Table 34: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 35: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By End user industry, Revenue & Volume, By Introduction, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 36: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By End user industry, Revenue & Volume, By Biofuels, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 37: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By End user industry, Revenue & Volume, By Food and Beverage, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 38: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By End user industry, Revenue & Volume, By Pulp and Paper, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 39: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market By End user industry, Revenue & Volume, By Cement and Concrete, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 40: North America Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 41: North America Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 42: North America Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 43: South america Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 44: South america Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 45: South america Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 46: Europe Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 47: Europe Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 48: Europe Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 49: APAC Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 50: APAC Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 51: APAC Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 52: Middle East & Africa Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 53: Middle East & Africa Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 54: Middle East & Africa Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 55: Russia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 56: Russia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 57: Russia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 58: Israel Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Capture Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 59: Israel Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By Storage Technology, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 60: Israel Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume, By End user industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 61: Top Companies 2018 (US$)Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 62: Product Launch 2018-2019Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 63: Mergers & Acquistions 2018-2019Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market, Revenue & Volume

List of Figures

Figure 1: Overview of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2021-2026
Figure 2: Market Share Analysis for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018 (US$)
Figure 3: Product Comparison in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 4: End User Profile for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 5: Patent Application and Grant in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2013-2018* (US$)
Figure 6: Top 5 Companies Financial Analysis in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 7: Market Entry Strategy in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018-2019
Figure 8: Ecosystem Analysis in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018
Figure 9: Average Selling Price in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2021-2026
Figure 10: Top Opportunites in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market 2018-2019
Figure 11: Market Life Cycle Analysis in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market
Figure 12: GlobalBy Capture TechnologyCarbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 13: GlobalBy Storage TechnologyCarbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 14: GlobalBy End user industryCarbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 15: Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market - By Geography
Figure 16: Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, By Geography, 2021-2026 ($) 
Figure 17: Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market CAGR, By Geography, 2021-2026 (%)
Figure 18: North America Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 19: US Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 20: US GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 21: US GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 22: US Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 23: Canada Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 24: Canada GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 25: Canada GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 26: Canada Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 27: Mexico Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 28: Mexico GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 29: Mexico GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 30: Mexico Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 31: South America Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 32: Brazil Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 33: Brazil GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 34: Brazil GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 35: Brazil Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 36: Venezuela Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 37: Venezuela GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 38: Venezuela GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 39: Venezuela Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 40: Argentina Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 41: Argentina GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 42: Argentina GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 43: Argentina Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 44: Ecuador Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 45: Ecuador GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 46: Ecuador GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 47: Ecuador Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 48: Peru Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 49: Peru GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 50: Peru GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 51: Peru Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 52: Colombia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 53: Colombia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 54: Colombia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 55: Colombia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 56: Costa Rica Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 57: Costa Rica GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 58: Costa Rica GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 59: Costa Rica Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 60: Europe Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 61: U.K Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 62: U.K GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 63: U.K GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 64: U.K Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 65: Germany Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 66: Germany GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 67: Germany GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 68: Germany Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 69: Italy Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 70: Italy GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 71: Italy GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 72: Italy Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 73: France Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 74: France GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 75: France GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 76: France Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 77: Netherlands Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 78: Netherlands GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 79: Netherlands GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 80: Netherlands Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 81: Belgium Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 82: Belgium GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 83: Belgium GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 84: Belgium Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 85: Spain Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 86: Spain GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 87: Spain GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 88: Spain Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 89: Denmark Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 90: Denmark GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 91: Denmark GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 92: Denmark Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 93: APAC Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 94: China Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026
Figure 95: China GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 96: China GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 97: China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 98: Australia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 99: Australia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 100: Australia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 101: Australia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 102: South Korea Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 103: South Korea GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 104: South Korea GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 105: South Korea Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 106: India Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 107: India GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 108: India GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 109: India Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 110: Taiwan Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 111: Taiwan GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 112: Taiwan GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 113: Taiwan Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 114: Malaysia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 115: Malaysia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 116: Malaysia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 117: Malaysia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 118: Hong Kong Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 119: Hong Kong GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 120: Hong Kong GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 121: Hong Kong Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 122: Middle East & Africa Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Middle East & Africa 3D Printing Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 123: Russia Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 124: Russia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 125: Russia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 126: Russia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 127: Israel Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 128: Israel GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 129: Israel GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 130: Israel Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 131: Entropy Share, By Strategies, 2018-2019* (%)Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market
Figure 132: Developments, 2018-2019*Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market
Figure 133: Company 1 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 134: Company 1 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 135: Company 1 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 136: Company 2 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 137: Company 2 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 138: Company 2 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 139: Company 3 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 140: Company 3 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 141: Company 3 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 142: Company 4 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 143: Company 4 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 144: Company 4 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 145: Company 5 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 146: Company 5 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 147: Company 5 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 148: Company 6 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 149: Company 6 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 150: Company 6 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 151: Company 7 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 152: Company 7 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 153: Company 7 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 154: Company 8 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 155: Company 8 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 156: Company 8 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 157: Company 9 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 158: Company 9 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 159: Company 9 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 160: Company 10 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 161: Company 10 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 162: Company 10 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 163: Company 11 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 164: Company 11 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 165: Company 11 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 166: Company 12 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 167: Company 12 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 168: Company 12 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 169: Company 13 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 170: Company 13 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 171: Company 13 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 172: Company 14 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 173: Company 14 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 174: Company 14 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 175: Company 15 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 176: Company 15 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 177: Company 15 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)