Pre-combustion carbon capture is a process where the carbon in the fuel is separated or removed, before the combustion process. Pre-combustion capture technology is only applicable to new fossil fuel power plants because the capture process requires a strong integration with the combustion process. Pre-combustion capture is applicable to Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plants and refers to removal of the CO2 from the syngas prior to its combustion for power production.
The report “Pre-Combustion Carbon Capture Market forecast, 2014-2019” analyses by application geography. In term of geography, this region is segmented into Americas, Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia-Pacific.
Pre-combustion carbon capture refers to removing CO2 from fossil fuels before combustion is completed. Instead of burning coal or natural gas in a combustion plant, the fuel can also be converted to hydrogen and carbon prior to combustion. The carbon can then be captured and stored, while the hydrogen is burned to produce power.
The report in addition provides an extensive competitive landscaping of key companies operating in the carbon capture and sequestration market which include General Electric (U.S.), KBR (U.S.), Siemens (Germany), Linde (Germany), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan) and others. The report also provides an extensive competitive landscaping of companies operating in this market, country wise market share, new product and services launches, M&A, product portfolio of key market players.
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Product benchmarking outlook
Comparison of various technologies used by different companies
Information about the carbon capture capacity of the technology in different countries
Customer Segment Outlook
Key upcoming project analyses includes
o Project Name
o Developing company
o Size (in MW)
o Capture process
o CO2 Fate
Cancelled and inactive projects with reasons
Additional information on storage processes and their efficiency and effectiveness
Additional information on pipelines required in carbon capture and transportation segment
Quick turn around on key upcoming CCS projects driving the demand
Analysis and impacts of local and regional environmental regulations by country
Market Capital Outlook
• Historical and forecasted Capex information for each project
• Cost of CCS Components
Current Industry Challenges
Challenges faced in pre-combustion technique
Challenges faced in CCS industry
• Managing environmental and human safety risks associated with geologic storage of CO2
Risk management plans generally include
• Programmatic risks (including resource and management risks) that may inhibit project progress or costs
Role of CCS as a Mitigation Technology and Challenges to its Commercialization
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