Point Source Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Management (TechVision)

Leveraging Carbon Capture and Utilization Technologies

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With rising carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations globally, there have been increasing effort and emphasis on curtailing CO2 emissions. This research service aims to document the current and upcoming technologies that are being adopted globally to address point source carbon dioxide (CO2) management. The research scope focuses on the key technologies that are expected to find immediate adoption and also the future scope for other technologies. The research service has dealt in detail on the various technologies for carbon capture and storage (CCS) and innovations in carbon capture and utilization (CCU). The research service covers the following:
 An overview of point source carbon dioxide management
 Value chain stakeholder analysis
 Technology snapshots
 Opportunity evaluation and roadmapping
Appended at the end of the research service report are some key patents pertaining to the research topic. A list of contacts in the domain, with names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail IDs, and website URLs, is also given.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Objectives and Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings—Stakeholder Involvement to be the Deciding Factor for Point Source CO Technology Development 2.0 Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Scenario2.1 Rising CO2 Concentrations—A Cause of Global Concern: CO2 Concentrations Increased by more than 26% in the Last Five Decades2.2 Point Source CO2 Emitters: Fossil Fuel-based Power Plants are Major Stationary Point CO2 Contributors 2.3 Point Source CO2 Emitters: Automobiles Are Major Mobile Point CO2 Contributors 2.4 Global Impacts of Climate Change: Evident Impacts Across Economic and Social Sectors2.5 Mitigating Climate Change—Atmospheric and Point Source CO2 Removal Strategies: Energy Efficiency and Decarbonizing Energy are Widely Adopted Techniques2.6 Challenges of Atmospheric CO2 Capture: Low Economic Feasibility Has Stalled the Progress of Atmospheric CO2 Removal to a Major Extent 2.7 Prediction Model for Point Source CO2 Capture: Asian Countries are Expected to Contribute More to Carbon Capture in the Future3.0 Point Source Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Management Overview3.1 Point Source CO2 Management Lifecycle: Strategies for the Prevention of CO Emissions will be the Long-term Goal of Policy Makers 3.2 Global Status of CCS Plants: Higher Capital Costs and Cost Overruns have Delayed CCS Projects Globally3.3 Carbon Capture and Utilization: Customers’ Acceptance of CO2-based Products Plays a Major Role in Increased Adoption of Technologies3.4 Regulatory Scenario—Global Overview: Canada and Australia have Well-addressed Regulations for Carbon Storage3.5 Regulatory Scenario—Global Overview: European Union Needs to Expedite Regulation Framing Process 3.6 Regulatory Scenario—Global Overview: African and Asian Countries are Establishing Amendments for CCS Development3.7 Point Source CO2 Management Market: CCS Market is Set to Grow at Exponential Rates in the Next Five Years 3.8 Market Drivers and Restraints: Urgent Need for Greater Carbon Capture at Large Point Sources and Need for Huge Investments are the Chief Drivers and Restraints Respectively4.0 Value Chain Stakeholder Analysis4.1 Role of Industry Value Chain Stakeholders: Importance Varies According to the Category of Technologies4.2 Industry Value Chain: Capture and Conversion Technologies Need to be More Cost-effective4.3 Impact of Industry Value Chain Stakeholders: Government and Industries Possess Huge Interdependent Impacts 4.4 Process Chain of Point Source CO2 Management Technology: Many Key Process Components are Maturing in the Next Five Years5.0 Technology Snapshots5.1 Technologies for Point Source CO2 Management: Energy Efficiency is the Most Widely Adopted Strategy5.2 Key Methods for CCS: Oxy-fuel Combustion Allows the Highest CO2 Concentration in Captured Gas 5.3 CO2 Conversion Pathways: Major Uses for CO2 in the Production of Chemicals and Fuels 5.4 Technology Developers’ Activities—Converting Captured CO2 into Valuable Products and Fuel5.5 Technology Developers’ Activities—Toward Improved Energy Efficiency and Energy-positive CO2 Capture Technologies5.6 Technology Developers’ Activities—Increasing Energy Efficiency of Post-combustion CO2 Capture6.0 Opportunity Evaluation and Roadmapping6.1 Strategies for Supply Chain: Even Mature CCS Technologies are Undergoing Enhancements6.2 Strategies for Supply Chain: Transport and Storage Sections are Moving Toward Advanced Development6.3 Legal and Regulatory Roadmap for Point Source CO2 Management: Framework for Regulating CCS Technology to Reach Maturity by 20256.4 Maturity Mapping of Point Source CO2 Technologies: More Concepts are Clustered around the Demonstration-Deployment Phase6.5 Analysis of Point Source CO2 Removal Technologies: Very Few Technologies Have Reached Commercialization Stage6.6 Maturity Projection of Point Source CO2 Technologies: Many Technologies Entering Commercialization Phase after Mid-2020s6.7 Demand Side Analysis: Issues in Iron and Steel, Cement, and Power Industries are the Top Priority Needs 6.8 Emerging Opportunities in Application Markets: Post-combustion Capture is at a Higher Technical Maturity Level6.9 Action Plan for Point Source CO2 Management: Establishing Importance of Technology Deployment Among Stakeholders is Key7.0 Analyst Insights7.1 Strategic Insights: Government Support Needed for Stakeholders to Enable Quick Success of CCS7.2 Strategic Insights: An Integrated Approach is Essential for Further Development of CO2 Conversion Technologies 7.3 Legal Disclaimer8.0 Appendix8.1 Key Patents–Point Source CO2 Management8.1 Key Patents–Point Source CO2 Management (continued)8.1 Key Patents–Point Source CO2 Management (continued)8.2 Key Contacts8.2 Key Contacts (continued)9.0 The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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