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Global Carbon Capture and Storage Market 2017-2021 Developments, Opportunities, Players, Regions, Suppliers -- Report Available (Ind. Report)
Carbon Capture and Storage ,CCS
Date: 2018-08-01
The recently released Global Carbon Capture and Storage Market 2017-2021 Developments, Opportunities, Players, Regions, Suppliers report provides detailed information on the driving factors and challenges that will define the upcoming development of the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) market. The report examines existing opportunities in small markets for investors thorough an analysis of the competitive landscape and product offerings of key players including: Babcock & Wilcox, ENGIE, GE Power, The Linde Group, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Air Products and Chemicals, Aker Solutions, Amec Foster Wheeler, Chevron, Fluor, Hitachi, Net Power, Schlumberger, Shell, Siemens, Statoil, and Sulzer.

According to the report, the CCS market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 9.18 pct. up to 2021.

View report details HERE. Request a report Sample PDF HERE. (Source: Absolute Reports, July, 2018) Contact: Absolute Reports,

More Low-Carbon Energy News CCS,  Carbon Dioxide,  CO2,  Carbon Market,  Carbon Tax,  Carbon Sequestration,  

Kite Power Attracts £2Mn Scottish Investment (Int'l, Funding)
Kite Power Systems
Date: 2017-06-23
Glasgow, UK-based Kite Power Systems (KPS) reports its kite wind technology has secured a £2 million equity investment from the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB). Other investors include E.ON, Schlumberger and Shell Technology Ventures which have committed to a combined investment of £5 million.

KPS' 40-MW power system comprises two kites which have the ability to fly up to a height of 1500 ft. By using tethers, the kites are attached to a winch system that produces electricity as it spools out. The technology can be deployed both offshore and onshore. Power generation through its kite technology would not need subsidies from governments owing to the system's lower capital and operational costs. The company plans to develop a 3MW onshore system at the test facility and install a similar sized power system in offshore waters. (Source: Kite Power Systems, EBR, others, 23 June, 2017) Contact: Kite Power Systems, David Ainsworth, Business Dev, +44 141 465 7633,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Kite Power Systems,  Wind,  

Oil Majors Invest $4.6Mn in Kite Wind Power Generation (Int'l)
Shell, Schlumberger, EON
Date: 2017-05-29
Oil giants Royal Dutch Shell, Schlumberger, and EON are reported to be backing the Kite Power Systems (KPS) initiative. The KPS initiative, which receive a total of $6.4 million in funding from its three investors, is slated to begin testing in Scotland later this summer.

KPS is constructing a 17-meter device that flies on high air currents above the ground and generates power by the kite's constant pulling and contracting tether cable. (Source: Shell, Schlumberger, EON, The Street, 26 May, 2017)

More Low-Carbon Energy News Kite Wind,  Wind,  Shell,  Schlumberger,  EON,  

Wind Kite Power Systems Attracts £5Mn Investment (Ind. Report)
Royal Dutch Shell,Kite Power Systems
Date: 2016-12-14
Anglo-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell reports it will join E.ON and Schlumberger to invest £5 million in in Essex, UK-based startup Kite Power Systems (KPS).

KPS's technology uses lightweight kites tethered to a turbine on the ground. Two kites work in tandem, with one rising on the wind to a height of 450 meters while the other falls. Their looping motion -- at speeds of up to 100mph -- rotates the turbine to generate electricity.

The Shell-led investment will finance a 500 kilowatt test facility at a former air force base in south-west Scotland next year. (Source: E.ON, Shell, Fin .Times, Others, Dec., 2016) Contact: Kite Power Systems, David Ainsworth, Interim CEO,; E.ON, Frank Meyer, Head of Innovation,; Shell, Geert van de Wouw, STV Managing Director,; Schlumberger, (281) 285-1300,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Royal Dutch Shell,  Wind,  Kite Wind,  E.ON,  Schlumberger,  

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