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二氧化碳 (CO2) 的集中排放源管理

Point Source Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Management

出版商 Technical Insights (Frost & Sullivan) 商品編碼 366101
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 52 Pages
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二氧化碳 (CO2) 的集中排放源管理 Point Source Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Management
出版日期: 2016年07月28日 內容資訊: 英文 52 Pages

隨著全球二氧化碳 (CO2) 濃度持續升高,CO2排放限制越來越受重視並採取了各種措施。本報告針對集中CO2排放源管理,調查目前及未來的全球導入技術。詳細分析各種二氧化碳捕獲及封存 (CCS) 技術、二氧化碳捕獲及活用 (CSU) 技術,並提供這些排放源管理技術及捕獲封存等技術的市場機會評價及ROADMAP。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 研究目的及範圍
  • 研究過程及方法
  • 重要研究結果 - 利害關係者的參與為CO2集中排放源管理技術開發的決定性因素

第2章 全球二氧化碳 (CO2) 情勢

  • CO2濃度增加 - 全球矚目原因: CO2濃度於過去50年內增加超過26%
  • CO2集中排放源: 以石化燃料為基礎的火力發電廠為CO2的主要固定排放源
  • CO2集中排放源: 汽車為CO2的主要移動排放源
  • 氣候變遷的全球影響: 對經濟及社會有顯著影響
  • 減緩氣候變遷 - 大氣及集中排放源的CO2除去策略: 提升能源效率與廣泛採用脫碳能源的技術
  • 大氣CO2捕獲課題: 因經濟可實現性低,大氣CO2除去方法進展停滯
  • 集中排放源的CO2捕獲預測模式: 預估未來亞洲各國有望貢獻更多於CO2捕獲

第3章 集中排放源二氧化碳 (CO2) 管理概要

  • 集中排放源CO2管理生命週期: CO2排出預防策略為政策制定者的長期目標
  • CCS (二氧化碳捕獲、封存) 廠全球現況: 設備投資高與成本超支,使全球CCS計畫延宕
  • 碳捕捉與利用: 顧客對以CO2為基礎產品的接受度,對於推動相關技術導入扮演了相當重要的角色
  • 法規情勢 - 全球概觀: 加拿大與澳洲已制定完善碳封存法規
  • 法規情勢 - 全球概觀: EU需加快法規框架決策程序
  • 法規情勢 - 全球概觀: 非洲及亞洲各國正在修訂CCS開發法規
  • 集中排放源CO2管理市場: CCS市場未來5年將呈指數成長
  • 市場成長促進及阻礙要因: 大規模集中排放源的緊急且更多的碳捕捉需求以及巨額投資的必要性,成為各個主要市場成長促進及阻礙要因

第4章 價值鏈利害關係者分析

  • 產業價值鏈利害關係者角色: 重要性因技術類別而異
  • 產業價值鏈: 捕獲與轉換技術需更具成本效益
  • 產業價值鏈利害關係者的影響: 政府與產業相互依賴具極大影響
  • 集中排放源CO2管理流程鏈: 許多建構流程的關鍵要素將在未來5年日漸成熟

第5章 技術概觀

  • 集中排放源CO2管理技術: 提昇能源效率為最被廣泛採用的策略
  • 重要CCS方法: 富氧燃燒能使捕捉氣體中的CO2濃度最高
  • CO2轉化路徑: 化學藥品及燃料生產的CO2利用
  • 技術開發企業動向 - 轉換捕獲的CO2為高價值產品及燃料
  • 技術開發企業動向 - 提昇能源效率以及產能CO2捕捉技術開發

第6章 市場機會評價與ROADMAP

  • 供應鏈策略: 即使是成熟的CCS技術目前也正進行改良
  • 供應鏈策略: 運輸及儲存領域正進行更進一步開發
  • 集中排放源CO2管理的法規ROADMAP: CCS技術相關法規框架將於2025年成熟
  • 集中CO2排放源管理技術的成熟度製圖: 更多展示系統∼實際導入階段的概念集結
  • 集中排放源的CO2除去技術分析: 達到商用階段的技術寥寥無幾
  • 集中CO2排放源管理技術的成熟化預測: 2020年代中期之後將有許多技術進入商用階段
  • 需求方分析: 鋼鐵、水泥、電力等產業課題需最優先因應
  • 技術應用市場中的新市場機會: 燃燒後捕捉技術在技術上達到更高成熟度
  • 集中CO2排放源管理相關行動計畫: 需於利害關係者之間建立技術導入重要性

第7章 分析師觀點

  • 策略見解: 利害關係者需要政府的支持以快速成功實現CCS
  • 策略見解: 整合方法在更進一步推動CO2轉化技術開發時不可或缺
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第8章 附錄

第9章 有關Frost & Sullivan

Product Code: D72B-01-00-00-00

Leveraging Carbon Capture and Utilization Technologies

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


  • 1.1. Research Objectives and Scope
  • 1.2. Research Process and Methodology
  • 1.3. Key Findings-Stakeholder Involvement to be the Deciding Factor for Point Source CO Technology Development


  • 2.1. Rising CO2 Concentrations-A Cause of Global Concern: CO2 Concentrations Increased by more than 26% in the Last Five Decades
  • 2.2. 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 Sectors
  • 2.5. Mitigating Climate Change-Atmospheric and Point Source CO2 Removal Strategies: Energy Efficiency and Decarbonizing Energy are Widely Adopted Techniques
  • 2.6. 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 Future


  • 3.1. 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 Globally
  • 3.3. Carbon Capture and Utilization: Customers' Acceptance of CO2-based Products Plays a Major Role in Increased Adoption of Technologies
  • 3.4. Regulatory Scenario-Global Overview: Canada and Australia have Well-addressed Regulations for Carbon Storage
  • 3.5. 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 Development
  • 3.7. 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 Respectively


  • 4.1. Role of Industry Value Chain Stakeholders: Importance Varies According to the Category of Technologies
  • 4.2. Industry Value Chain: Capture and Conversion Technologies Need to be More Cost-effective
  • 4.3. 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 Years


  • 5.1. Technologies for Point Source CO2 Management: Energy Efficiency is the Most Widely Adopted Strategy
  • 5.2. 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 Fuel
  • 5.5. Technology Developers' Activities-Toward Improved Energy Efficiency and Energy-positive CO2 Capture Technologies
  • 5.6. Technology Developers' Activities-Increasing Energy Efficiency of Post-combustion CO2 Capture


  • 6.1. Strategies for Supply Chain: Even Mature CCS Technologies are Undergoing Enhancements
  • 6.2. Strategies for Supply Chain: Transport and Storage Sections are Moving Toward Advanced Development
  • 6.3. Legal and Regulatory Roadmap for Point Source CO2 Management: Framework for Regulating CCS Technology to Reach Maturity by 2025
  • 6.4. Maturity Mapping of Point Source CO2 Technologies: More Concepts are Clustered around the Demonstration-Deployment Phase
  • 6.5. Analysis of Point Source CO2 Removal Technologies: Very Few Technologies Have Reached Commercialization Stage
  • 6.6. Maturity Projection of Point Source CO2 Technologies: Many Technologies Entering Commercialization Phase after Mid-2020s
  • 6.7. 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 Level
  • 6.9. Action Plan for Point Source CO2 Management: Establishing Importance of Technology Deployment Among Stakeholders is Key


  • 7.1. Strategic Insights: Government Support Needed for Stakeholders to Enable Quick Success of CCS
  • 7.2. Strategic Insights: An Integrated Approach is Essential for Further Development of CO2 Conversion Technologies
  • 7.3. Legal Disclaimer


  • 8.1. Key Patents-Point Source CO2 Management
  • 8.1. Key Patents-Point Source CO2 Management (continued)
  • 8.1. Key Patents-Point Source CO2 Management (continued)
  • 8.2. Key Contacts
  • 8.2. Key Contacts (continued)


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