Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies

26-Aug-2011 | News-Press Release

Bharatbook added a new report on "Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies" which gives the in-depth analysis and forecast on Carbon Capture & Storage Technologies



The status of competing technologies as well as technological research and development for systems designed to mitigate global warming. Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2009, estimates for 2010, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) throught 2015. Coverage of technologies that are able to capture carbon dioxide from stationary sources at the point of emission; the report, however, does not evaluate technologies that are used to capture other global warming gases such as methane. 

Examination of current and pending U.S., state, and international regulations governing the emission of carbon dioxide. Comprehensive company profiles and patent evaluations. 




The goal of this study is to determine what technologies exist to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) and at what price, with a focus on the utility and power generation sector. A further goal is to determine what technologies are emerging that could compete with the existing technologies in use or displace those technologies. An objective of the study is to determine what the costs would be to the purchasers of carbon capture equipment and also what the impact would be on the consumer. Another objective is to determine which companies own the technologies to capture carbon dioxide and to determine how they are positioning their technology to compete against other technologies and if they were acquiring new technologies from start-up companies.( )


With global warming receiving extended coverage in the popular media and being recognized as a global problem requiring the participation of most of the world’s governments and people to find a solution, this study seeks to define exactly what is being done by who with what expected results, at what cost. There remains a controversy over how much global warming there is and to what extent this is a man-made condition or a natural cycle of climate change. From this perspective, we seek to determine what can be expected during the next 5 years. This study discusses whether certain trends that are starting now can be expected to continue.


The intended audience is all of the corporations or individuals who have an interest in reducing their carbon dioxide emissions and the companies that may wish to invest in, license, install, or acquire promising carbon dioxide capture technologies. This report is an impartial presentation of the best available technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. This technical marketing report should also be of interest to state utility regulators who must make decisions that affect billion-dollar investments by corporations as well as the future cost of electricity (COE) for the rate payers.

This report should also be of interest to subcontractors in the electric power construction industry, pipe manufacturers, and pipe fitters, as new electric power projects that capture carbon dioxide will need to pipe it from the site to a storage facility.

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