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Middle East and Africa Carbon capture & Sequestration Market

  • Report Code: CA 1002
  • Publish Date: 07 Nov 2014
  • Next Update Date: 07 Feb 2015
  
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The Middle East Africa, Carbon capture & Sequestration market is one of the largest markets valued at $122.6 million in 2013 and is forecasted to reach $273.7 million by 2019, growing at a CAGR of 17.4% from 2014 to 2019.  Middle East and Africa had second largest market share in the carbon capture and sequestration in 2013.

The report “Middle East and Africa Carbon Capture & Sequestration Market forecast, 2014-2019” analyses by the types of technology and geography.  In term of geography, this region is segmented into Algeria, Saudi Arab and U.A.E.  The technologies include industrial separation, oxy- fuel combustion capture, post combustion capture and pre-combustion capture.

Growing climatic concerns speed up the market in developed countries and strict government policy is driving the growth of carbon capture and sequestration market in this region.  Algeria is a key market of carbon capture and sequestration in the Middle East and African region.

The report in addition provides an extensive competitive landscaping of key companies operating in the carbon capture and sequestration market which include Shell, Fluor, Schlumberger, 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
 Information about the captured carbon in different industries
 Information about technologies used by different companies
 Improve understanding of storage processes and confirm their efficiency and effectiveness


Customer Segment Outlook
 Key upcoming project analyses includes
o Project Name
o Developing company
o Feedstock
o Size (in MW)
o Capture process
o CO2 Fate
o Status

 Cancelled and inactive projects with reasons

 Marginal cost analysis of potential power plant deployment
 Additional information on Enhance Oil Recovery (EOR) types includes
• Water flooding or water injection

• Gas injection

• Thermal recovery

• Chemical Injection

• Industry potential


Future prospects
 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
 Capex information
• Historical and forecasted Capex information for each project
• Cost of CCS Components


Current Industry Challenges
 Challenges faced in CCS industry
• Managing environmental and human safety risks associated with geologic storage of CO2
o Onshore
o Offshore
 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

 



1 Introduction
1.1 Objective of the study
1.2 Market Definitions
1.3 Market Segmentation & Aspects Covered
1.4 Research Methodology
1.4.1 Assumptions (Market Size, Forecast, etc)
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
4 Carbon capture and sequestration market, Middle East and Africa, By Technologies
4.1 Carbon capture and sequestration market, Split By Geography
4.1 Middle East and Africa - UAE by Technologies
4.1 Saudi Arabia by Technologies
4.1 South Africa by Technologies
4.1 Qatar by Technologies
4.1 Algeria by Technologies
4.2 Oxy-Fuel Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa
4.3 Post Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa
4.3.1 Post Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa, By Geographies
4.3.1.1 Post Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa - UAE
4.4 Pre Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa
4.4.1 Pre Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa, By Geographies
4.4.1.1 Pre Combustion Capture-Algeria
4.4.1.2 Pre Combustion Capture-Saudi Arabia
4.5 Industrial Separation-Middle East and Africa
4.5.1 Industrial Separation-Middle East and Africa, By Geographies
4.5.1.1 Industrial Separation-Middle East and Africa - UAE
5 Carbon capture and sequestration market, Middle East and Africa, By Geographies
5.1 Middle East and Africa - UAE
5.1.1 Middle East and Africa - UAE, By Technologies
5.1.1.1 Post Combustion Capture-Middle East and Africa - UAE
5.1.1.2 Industrial Separation-Middle East and Africa - UAE
5.2 Saudi Arabia
5.2.1 Saudi Arabia, By Companies
5.2.1.1 Saudi Arabia-Linde AG
5.2.2 Saudi Arabia, By Technologies
5.2.2.1 Pre Combustion Capture-Saudi Arabia
5.3 South Africa
5.3.1 South Africa, By Companies
5.3.1.1 South Africa-SHELL CANSOLV
5.4 Qatar
5.4.1 Qatar, By Companies
5.4.1.1 Qatar-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI)
5.4.1.2 Qatar-UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS
5.5 Algeria
5.5.1 Algeria, By Technologies
5.5.1.1 Pre Combustion Capture-Algeria
6 Carbon capture and sequestration market, Middle East and Africa, By Companies
6.1 Split By Geography
6.2 Middle East and Africa - UAE by Companies
6.1 Saudi Arabia by Companies
6.1 South Africa by Companies
6.1 Qatar by Companies
6.1 Algeria by Companies
6.2 SHELL CANSOLV-Middle East and Africa
6.3 Middle East and Africa-Other Companies
6.4 Middle East and Africa-Fluor Corporation
6.5 Middle East and Africa-Schlumberger Limited
6.6 Linde AG-Middle East and Africa
6.7 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI)-Middle East and Africa
6.8 UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS-Middle East and Africa