Advances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights)

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This research service details the recent advances in the carbon capture sector. It begins with an introduction to the different carbon capture techniques followed by a discussion of their advantages and disadvantages. The value chain networks existing within the domain have been identified folowed by an evaluation of the technologies available for licensing/acquisition. The attractiveness of the different technologies have been assessed using an Opportunity Strategy Evaluation (OSE) grid. Finally, strategic recommendations classifed as intrinsic and extrinsic based on various influencing factors have been provided.

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Advances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryResearch Scope and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch MethodologyResearch OverviewResearch SnapshotKey FindingsAdvances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights), Technology Trends and OpportunitiesTechnology TrendsTechnology SnapshotValue Chain NetworksBusiness OpportunitiesTechnologies Available for Licensing/AcquisitionPros and Cons of Capture TechnologiesOpportunity Strategy Evaluation (OSE)Advances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights), Technology Management StrategiesIntrinsic StrategiesInternal R&D; Contract/External R&DR&D Strategic PartnershipsExtrinsic StrategiesMergers and AcquisitionsJoint VenturesPurchasing and LicensingAdvances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights), Appendix; Contacts; and PatentsAppendixOpportunity Strategy Evaluation GridOpportunity Strategy Evaluation- QuadrantsKey Patents and ContactsPatents--Applied and GrantedContacts--Corporate and UniversitiesAdvances in Carbon Capture Techniques (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseCritical Reference TablesTotal Electricity Installed Capacity--World (2007 to 2017)Thermal Electricity Installed Capacity--World (2007 to 2017)Net Electricity Generation--World (2007 to 2017)Electricity Generation from Coal (2007 to 2017)Electricity Generation from Oil (2007 to 2017)Electricity Generation from Natural Gas (2007 to 2017)




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