2Q 2024

Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard: Advanced Point-Source Carbon Capture Solutions Providers

Assessment of Strategy and Execution for Eight Advanced Point-Source Carbon Capture Solutions Providers

As decarbonization efforts gain momentum, point-source carbon dioxide capture technology is attracting more attention, especially for hard-to-decarbonize sectors such as industry and power generation. As a result, carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is a growing industry, both in project development and in policy support mechanisms, including tax credits, carbon pricing, and markets; direct subsidies; and regulated business models that span the CCUS value chain.

Progress in market deployments has been slow, however, as has progress toward reaching net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050. In more mature markets such as Europe and North America, current barriers have rendered progress in reaching final investment decisions slower than expected. Still, growth of the CCUS industry is accelerating, and the competitive space is subject to change as vendor projects and technologies mature, merger and acquisition activity grows, and policies and legislation change.

This Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard accesses advanced carbon capture solutions providers in commercial-scale point-source capture applications, where CO2 is captured at the point of emissions as a part of a contemporary commercial CCUS project. It identifies and ranks eight successful carbon capture solution providers with projects in commercial operation or advanced commercial development that cumulatively capture at least 1.5 million metric tons of CO2 per year.

Top Vendors
  1. Shell Catalysts & Technologies/Technip Energies
  2. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  3. Honeywell UOP
  4. Linde 
  5. Air Liquide
  6. Aker Carbon Capture
  7. Air Products
  8. Fluor
Pages 52
Tables | Charts | Figures 14
  • Who are the leading PSC solutions providers?
  • How are these PSC solution providers developing their technologies?
  • What is the estimated scaleup timeline for these technologies?
  • What are the characteristics of leading PSC solutions and solutions providers?
  • What are the prevailing business models that PSC solutions providers are pursuing?
  • How is the CCUS market anticipated to develop?
  • Independent power producers
  • Utilities
  • Cement producers
  • Natural gas processors
  • Chemical producers
  • Government agencies
  • Carbon management (sequestration) companies
  • Food and beverage companies

1. Executive Summary

1.1    Market Introduction

1.2    Vendor Criteria

1.3    The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard Grid

2. Market Overview

2.1    Market Definition

2.2    Market Drivers

2.2.1   Pricing Carbon

2.2.2   Government Incentives

2.3    Market Barriers

2.3.1   Business Models

2.3.2   High Costs

2.3.3   Regulatory Frameworks

2.4    Market Trends

2.4.1   Slowing Project Announcements

2.4.2   Demand and Market Consolidation

2.4.3   Innovation

2.4.4   Evolving Business Models

3. The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard

3.1    The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard Categories

3.1.1   Leaders

3.1.2   Contenders

3.1.3   Challengers


3.2    The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard Grid

4. Company Rankings

4.1    Introduction

4.2    Leaders

4.2.1   Shell Catalysts & Technologies/Technip Energies

4.2.2   Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

4.2.3   Honeywell Universal Oil Products

4.3    Contenders

4.3.1   Linde

4.3.2   Air Liquide

4.3.3   Aker Carbon Capture

4.3.4   Air Products

4.4    Challengers

4.4.1   Fluor Corporation


4.6    Upcoming Players

4.6.1   NET Power

4.6.2   ION Clean Energy

4.6.3   Capsol Technologies

4.6.4   Carbon Capture America

5. Acronym and Abbreviation List

6. Table of Contents

7. Table of Charts and Figures

8. Scope of Study and Methodology

8.1    Scope of Study

8.2    Sources and Methodology

8.2.1   Vendor Selection

8.2.2   Project Status Definitions

8.2.3   Ratings Scale Score Calculations

8.2.4   Criteria Definitions Strategy    Execution

  • The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard Grid
  • Shell Catalysts & Technologies / Technip Energies Strategy and Execution Score
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Honeywell Universal Oil Products Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Linde Carbon Capture Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Air Liquide Carbon Capture Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Aker Carbon Capture Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Air Products Capture Strategy and Execution Scores
  • Fluor Strategy and Execution Scores
  • The Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard Overall Scores
  • Vendor Scores
  • Vendor Scores on Strategy Criteria
  • Vendor Scores on Execution Criteria
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