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Global Clean Coal Technologies (CCT) Industry

June 26, 2014

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Clean Coal Technologies (CCT) by annual spending in US$ Thousand. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2009 through 2018. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 108 companies including many key and niche players such as –

ADA-ES, Inc.
Allied Resource Corporation
Alstom Power S.A
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
Bixby Energy Systems
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
Clean Coal Technologies I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
Market Overview II-1
Current and Future Analysis II-2
Market Drivers II-3
Market Inhibitors II-3
Power Sector Remains the Major Driving Force II-3
Table 1: Global Electricity Generation (2012): Percentage
Breakdown by Fuel Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Table 2: Share of Coal in Electricity Generation by Country
(2012) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4
Clean Coal Technologies Gaining Prominence in Developing Nations II-5
China to Dominate in Cleaner Coal Source for Power Generation II-5
Coal Gasification: Vital to Realize Low Carbon Economy in Reality II-5
Will CTL Technology Circumvent Energy Security Concerns in Oil
Sector? II-6
CCS – A Critical Technology in Greenhouse Gas Reduction II-6
Will Bixby Process Obviate the Need for CCS Technology? II-7
Kyoto Protocol to UNFCCC II-8

2. MARKET TRENDS AND ISSUES II-9
Fossil Fuels Dominates World’s Energy Consumption II-9
Table 3: World Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel: 2012
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9
Coal-Fired Capacity on Spree II-10
Table 4: Top 10 Countries Ranked by Proposed New Coal Power
Capacity Additions (In MW) as of 2012 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-10
Shale Gas Revolution Threatens Coal’s Supremacy in Electric
Power Sector II-10
Table 5: Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Resource (In
Trillion Cubic Feet) by Country: 2012 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-11

Table 6: Shale Gas Share of Dry Natural Gas Production by
Country: 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11

Table 7: Global Leading Natural Gas Producers (2012):
Production (in Billion Cubic Meters) by Country (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-12

Table 8: Top 5 Natural Gas Consumers Worldwide (2012):
Consumption (in Billion Cubic Meters) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-12
IGCC on Rise II-12
Table 9: List of Coal-based Gasification Projects Operational
Worldwide II-13
Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Power Plants on the Horizon II-14
Amine Scrubbing Technology: An Expensive Process to Capture
CO2 Emissions II-14
US and China Focus on CCS Technology to Recover Oil II-14
Status of CCS Technologies and Deployment II-14
CCS in Developed and Developing Countries II-15
Demonstration Projects Key to CCS Growth in Developing
Countries II-15
Table 10: List of Coal-based Pilot CCS Projects Operational
Worldwide II-16
Other Major Global CCS Projects in Review II-16
Low Financing in CCS – A Major Obstacle II-17
Growing O2 Demand Spurs Adoption of ITM Technology II-18

3. CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES – AN OVERVIEW II-19
Why “Clean Coal”? II-19
Clean Coal Technologies: An Introduction II-19
Classification of Clean Coal Technologies II-19
Coal Combustion Technologies II-20
Pulverized Coal Combustion (PCC) Technology II-20
Fluidized Bed Combustion (FBC) II-20
Coal Conversion Technologies II-20
Coal-to-Gas/Coal Gasification Technology II-20
Surface Coal Gasification II-20
Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) II-21
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Technology
Gaining Prominence II-22
Table 11: Operational Commercial-Scale Coal-based IGCC
Plants Worldwide II-22
Coal-to-Liquid/Coal Liquefaction Technology II-23
Direct Liquefaction (DCL) II-23
Indirect Coal Liquefaction (ICL) II-23
Comparison of Different Parameters for Coal Conversion
Technologies II-23
Environmental Control Technologies II-24
Atmospheric Emissions from Coal Utilization and Related
Technological Response II-24
Flue Gas Desulfurization (or Scrubbers) II-25
SNCR (Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction)/ SCR (Selective
Catalytic Reduction) II-25
Low NOX burners II-25
Activated Carbon Injection II-25
Electrostatic Precipitators / Fabric Filter Baghouses II-25
Carbon Capture and Storage Technology (CCS): On the Horizon II-25
Table 12: CO2 Emission by Various Power Plants II-26
Types of CCS Technologies II-27
Advantages II-31
Disadvantages II-32

4. AN INSIGHT INTO GLOBAL COAL INDUSTRY II-33
Coal: A Primer II-33
Types of Coal and Major Applications II-33
Other Fascinating Facts about Coal II-33
Global Coal Trade II-34
Table 13: Global Coal Production (in MT) for the Years 2010
through 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-34

Table 14: Global Leading Coal Producers (2010): Volume
Production (in millions of short tons) by Company (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-35

Table 15: Global Leading Coal Producers (2011 & 2012): Volume
Production (in Million tons) by Country (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-35

Table 16: World’s Leading Coal Exporters (2011 & 2012):
Breakdown of Exports (in Mt) by Select Country of Destination
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

Table 17: World’s Leading Coal Importers (2011 & 2012):
Breakdown of Imports (In Mt) by Select Country of Origin
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36
World Coal Reserves II-37
Table 18: Global Fossil Fuels Reserves-to-Production Ratio at
the end of 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-37

Table 19: Worldwide Proven Coal Reserves (2012): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Volume Reserves by Geographic Region
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-37

Table 20: Global Coal Reserves-to-Production Ratio (2012)
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-37

5. PRODUCT/TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS/ INTRODUCTIONS II-38
Tata Steel on the Verge of Developing a New Technology II-38
GE Launches Advanced Clean Coal Technology II-38
GE Introduces CoalPlus Technology II-38
NEDO and Hitachi Co-Launch Combustion Technology II-39
GE Launches PowerTreat Technology Range of Product Solutions II-39
Lakeland Electric Select Cost-Effective GE Coal Treatment
Technology II-40
Clean Coal Technologies Launches Pristine-M(TM) Technology II-40

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-41
Tokyo Electric Power and Mitsubishi to Setup IGCC Plants II-41
Duke Energy’s Gasified-Coal Plant Starts Commercial Operation II-41
US Department of Energy Launches Coal Project II-41
Clean Coal Technologies Commences Construction of Pilot Plant II-41
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Secures Contract for Core
Components of Supercritical Coal Power Station in Rajasthan II-42
Forge Group Acquires Taggart Global II-42
San Miguel to Expand Capacity of Davao Coal Project II-42
Clean Coal Solutions Enters into a Contract for Coal Facility II-43
Jin Navitas Resource, Palm Thermal Consolidated Holdings, and
Ayala Establish ILOILO Power Plant II-43
SAIC Partners with Clean Coal Technologies II-43
Clean Coal Technologies Inks Agreement from Ventrillion II-43
Advanced Emissions Solutions Reorganizes its Business II-44
Sasol New Energy Inks Research Agreement with Eskom II-44
Babcock-Hitachi Wins Order from ENEA Wytwarzanie II-45
CCS Finalizes Contract for Refined Coal Plant II-45
PT Wijaya Tri Utama Acquires Clean Coal Upgrading Technology
of MicroCoal Technologies II-45
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Establishes Coal-
Gasification Power Plant in Tianjin II-46
GreenGen Power Announces Successful Commencement of GreenGen
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Power Plant II-46
Southern and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Commence Carbon
Capture and Sequestration Demonstration Project II-46
GE Enters into Agreement with ChinaCoal Shaanxi Yulin Energy &
Chemical Sponsored by II-47
Shaw Announces Completion of New Virginia City Hybrid Energy
Center II-47
Good Coal Bags Technology Licensing Agreement II-47
Unity Power Alliance Receives Grant from US Department of Energy II-48
Utico Inks Agreement with Shanghai Electric to Unveil New
Clean Coal Power Facility II-48
Ventrillion Buys $15 Million Stake in Clean Coal Technologies II-48
Astra Energy Technologies Acquires Interecotech’s ACWF and
ICSGCC Technologies II-49
Toledo Power to Expand Cebu Plant II-50
ThermoEnergy Enters into Agreement with ITEA II-50
Clean Coal Technologies and Archean Group Enter into Joint
Venture to Form Good Coal II-50
Saskatchewan Power to Collaborate with Hitachi to Build Carbon
Capture Test Facility II-51
Exelon to Sell Maryland Clean Coal to Riverstone II-51
AC Energy Holdings Inks Partnership with A. Brown to Build
Clean Coal Power Plant II-51
ADA-ES Takes Over Assets of BCSI II-51
USAID Selects Nexant to Escort PACE-D Project II-52
CleanCoal Technologies and Jindal Steel and Power Ink
Technology License Agreement II-52
Duke Energy Inks Agreement with China Huaneng II-52
Edf to Open Global R&D Centre II-53
Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute Partners with Enel II-53
ECT Collaborates with K-Coal II-53
CoalTek Receives Regulatory Approval for Clean Coal Processing
Facility II-54
General Electric Partners with Shenhua Group II-54
Astra Energy Technologies forms Joint Venture with Sevastyanov
Vladimir, Interecotech, and CG Technologies II-54
Foster Wheeler Bags BHI Contract II-55
Hitachi Power Europe and BGR Energy Bags NTPC Contract II-55
Hitachi and Daelim Industrial Secure Order from Korea Western
Power II-56
IHI Led Consortium Bags Order from Taipower II-56
MHI Enters Agreement with Guacolda II-56
Sinopec Sets Up Coal-to-Chemical Subsidiary II-57
ADA-ES Wins Contract for Clean Coal Technology Project II-57
PT Paiton Energy Completes Installation of Supercritical
Pressure Power Generation Unit II-57
National Development and Reform Commission of the PRC Approves
Power Generation Project of Jiangsu Changshu Power Company II-58
BHEL to Focus on Clean Coal Technology Development II-58
Government of Norway Establishes Facility to Develop Carbon
Capture and Storage Technology in Mongstad II-58
Siemens Energy Bags Supply Order for Eight 500 Megawatts Coal
Gasifiers II-59
ConocoPhillips, GE Capital and NRG Energy Establish Joint
Venture Company to Promote Energy Technology II-59
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and CTCI Bag Order from Taipower II-60
Carbon Energy Takes Over Coal Amasra and Clean Coal Companies II-60
PEDC Inaugurates New La Paz Power Plant II-60
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bags Order from Jorf Lasfar Energy II-61
SCS Energy Takes Over Polygeneration Project II-61
ADA-ES Divests Clean Coal Solutions Equity Stake II-61
Clean Coal Technologies Signs License Agreement with Huamin
Senior Fund Holding Group II-62
PGE Installs Largest Clean-Coal Power Plant II-62
RP Energy Installs Biggest Clean Coal Plant II-62
Saskatchewan Signs MOU with JCOAL II-63
WPG Resources Inks a Contract with Evergreen Energy II-63
GE Signs JV Deal with Shenhua for Industrial Coal Gasification II-63
Peabody Energy Signs an Agreement with Huaneng Group on Inner
Mongolia Clean Coal Project II-64
Foster Wheeler Signs Collaboration Agreement with Shanghai
Boiler Works II-64
Arch Coal Acquires International Coal Group II-64
Huaneng Receives Approval for Two Coal-Fired Power Generation
Facilities II-64
Mitsubishi Launches Operations to Capture Carbon from Alabama
Power Plant Barry II-65
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bags Two Orders II-65
GE Collaborates with Shenhua Group II-66
ADA-ES to License M45 Refined Coal Technology to CleanCoal
Solutions II-66
Maersk Oil Secures License for Oxy-Fuel Technology from Clean
Energy Systems II-66
China Huaneng, Calera, and Peabody Energy Ink Agreement II-67
ADA Environmental Solutions and National Energy Technology
Laboratory Ink Licensing Agreement for Commercialization of
Two Sorbents II-67
2Co Energy Acquires Powerfuel II-68
Evergreen Energy and BGJHR Announce Joint Venture to Pilot
Test K-Fuel Clean-Coal Technology II-68
Shell and Anglo American to Set Up a New CTL Facility II-68
Siemens Energy Bags Contract for Supplying Gasification and
Power Generation Technologies for IGCC Project II-69
NRG Energy Receives Grant from United States Department of
Energy to Construct Carbon Capture Demonstration Facility in
Houston II-69
Tampa Electric Enters into Partnership with Siemens II-69
Tampa Electric Enters into Partnership with Shaw Group and RTI
International II-70
Korea Electric Power Inks Agreement with Enel II-70
Westec Environmental Solutions and Process Group Ink Joint
Venture Development Agreement II-70
Denbury Resources Merges with Encore Acquisition II-71
Tenaska Selects Econamine FG Plus of Fluor for Large-Scale CO2
Capture II-71
CSIRO Enters into Partnership with China United Coalbed
Methane Corporation II-71
Powerfuel Power Selects Selexol(TM) Process of UOP for
Contaminant Control II-71
Italian Ministry of Economic Development Inks Clean Coal and
Carbon Sequestration Agreement with US Department of Energy II-72
Shenhua Group to Establish Carbon Capture and Storage Facility II-72

7. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-73
Select Clean Coal Technology Companies II-73
ADA-ES, Inc. (US) II-73
Allied Resource Corporation (US) II-73
Alstom Power S.A. (France) II-74
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (India) II-74
Bixby Energy Systems (US) II-75
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. (US) II-75
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Company Ltd. (South
Korea) II-76
Foster Wheeler AG (Switzerland) II-76
GE Power & Water (US) II-77
Hitachi, Ltd (Japan) II-77
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (Japan) II-77
Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas, Inc (US) II-78
Sasol Ltd (South Africa) II-78
Sasol (China) Chemical Co., Ltd. (China) II-79
Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd (China) II-79
Siemens Energy (Germany) II-80
The Babcock & Wilcox Company (US) II-80
Select Participants from Coal Mining and Power Generation
Industries II-81
Arch Coal, Inc. (US) II-81
China National Coal Group Corporation (China) II-81
China Power International Development Limited (China) II-81
China Shenhua Energy Company Limited (China) II-82
Coal India Limited (India) II-82
Duke Energy Corporation (US) II-82
Energy Group Co. Ltd. (China) II-83
Huaneng Power International, Inc. (China) II-83
Joy Global, Inc. (US) II-84
Peabody Energy, Inc (US) II-84
Reliance Power Ltd. (India) II-85
SaskPower (Canada) II-85
Sherritt International Corporation (Canada) II-85
The Shenhua Group Corporation Limited (China) II-86

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-87
Table 21: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Clean Coal Technologies by Geographic Region – US, Canada,
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Spending in US$ Million for
Years 2009 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-87

Table 22: World 10-Year Perspective for Clean Coal
Technologies by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of
Annual Spending for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific,
and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-88

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1
A.Market Analysis III-1
Current and Future Analysis III-1
Coal and Clean Coal Technologies in the US: A Quick
Recapitulation of Facts III-1
Market Overview III-2
Table 23: US Power Generation Mix (2010 & 2012): Percentage
Breakdown by Fuel Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-3
Market Challenges in a Nut Shell III-3
Clean Energy Technologies Losing Momentum? III-3
Table 24: Federal Spending (In US$ Billion) on Clean Energy
Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4
Coal Industry: Painting a Bleak Picture III-4
Noteworthy Trends and Issues III-5
Clean Coal Technologies Witness Sluggish Growth III-5
Natural Gas Lead Rise in Primary Energy Consumption III-5
Table 25: US Electricity Production (In Millions of
Megawatts Hours) for years 2011 & 2012: Coal Vs. Natural
Gas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-6

Table 26: Select Electric Power Companies (2012): Coal’s
Role in Power Generation Portfolio (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-6
Coal-to-Gas Fuel Switching Spur Changes in GHG Emissions III-7
Domestic Coal Suppliers Eye Overseas Market III-7
Coal Companies Diversify Investment Strategies III-7
IGCC Plants Powering Energy Future III-7
Table 27: Commercial-Scale Coal-based IGCC Plants in the
US III-8
The Texas Clean Energy Project (TCEP): The Polygen Project
Combining IGCC & CCS Technology III-8
CCS Struggles Hard to Make Way III-8
CCS-EOR Prospects in the US III-9
Select EOR Projects in Review III-10
Table 28: Major EOR-based LSIPs in the US III-10
Coal Industry: A Curtain Raiser III-11
Key Statistics III-12
Table 29: Coal Production in the US (2010-2012) (in MT)
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12
Table 30: Coal Mining Regions in the US (2011) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12
Table 31: Leading Coal Producers in the US (2011):
Percentage Volume Share Breakdown by Company (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 32: Leading Coal Producers in the US (2011):
Percentage Volume Share Breakdown by Coal Type (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 33: Top Five Coal Companies Ranked by Reserves (in
Million tons) for the Year 2011 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 34: Major Coal Companies and their Coal Mining
Regions: As of 2011 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14
Overview of Select Clean Coal Technology Projects III-15
FutureGen 2.0 III-15
Indiana Gasification III-15
Texas Clean Energy Project (TCEP) III-15
The US Energy Department to Invest in CCUS Technology III-15
Ohio State to Establish New Syngas Plant III-16
Product/Technology Innovations/Introductions III-16
Strategic Corporate Developments III-18
Key Players III-29
B.Market Analytics III-34
Table 35: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual Spending in US$
Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-34

2. CANADA III-35
A.Market Analysis III-35
Current and Future Analysis III-35
CCS in Canada III-35
Strategic Corporate Development III-35
B.Market Analytics III-36
Table 36: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual Spending in
US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

3. JAPAN III-37
A.Market Analysis III-37
Current and Future Analysis III-37
Market Overview III-37
Japan Reverts Back to Coal-Fired Capacity III-38
Table 37: Proposed New Coal Power Capacity (in MW) in Japan
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39
Product/Technology Innovation III-40
Strategic Corporate Developments III-40
Key Players III-41
B.Market Analytics III-42
Table 38: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual Spending in
US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

4. EUROPE III-43
A.Market Analysis III-43
Current and Future Analysis III-43
Market Overview III-43
Table 39: Top 10 Countries Ranked by New Coal Power
Capacity Additions in Europe (In MW) as of 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43
CCS Market in Europe III-43
Focus on Select Regional Markets III-44
Germany III-44
CCS in Germany III-44
United Kingdom III-44
UK Spurs Coal-Fired Capacity III-44
Table 40: Electricity Generation in the UK (2011 & 2012):
Percentage Market Share Breakdown by Fuel Type (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-45
UK – A Strong Promoter of CCS Technology III-45
Poland III-46
Table 41: Electricity Generation in Poland (2011):
Percentage Breakdown by Fuel Type (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-46
Spain – A Case of Failed Aspirations in CCS Field III-46
Strategic Corporate Developments III-47
Key Players III-50
B.Market Analytics III-52
Table 42: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual Spending in
US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-52

5. ASIA PACIFIC III-53
A.Market Analysis III-53
Current and Future Analysis III-53
Focus on Select Regional Markets III-53
China III-53
A Quick Recapitulation of Coal Facts III-53
Market Overview III-53
Table 43: Electricity Generation in China (2012):
Breakdown of Power Generation Installed Capacity (In GW)
by Source (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55
China – World’s Leading Developer of CFB Combustion
Technology III-55
Noteworthy Trends and Issues III-56
CC-88 Coal Combustion Catalyst: A Key Tool to Enhance
Coal Combustion III-56
Ultra-supercritical Coal-fired Power Generation Technology III-56
Strategic Alliances or Collaborations: A Key Trend III-57
Huaneng Group Establishes GreenGen Energy Facility in
Tianjin III-57
CoalTek to Offer Alternative Energy Generation Method III-57
US Entrepreneurs Eyeing China as Testing Destination for CCT III-57
CCS Market in China III-58
Strong Policy Support – A Boon for CCS in China III-59
Major CCS Projects in China III-59
List of Select CCS Projects in China III-60
India III-60
Market Overview III-60
Energy Consumption and Climate Change Mitigation in India III-61
Insight into Clean Coal Technologies Developments III-62
Coal Beneficiation III-62
Coal Combustion Technology III-62
Coal Gasification III-62
UCG (Underground Coal Gasification) III-62
CTL Technology III-63
Coal Bed Methane III-63
Feasibility of CCS Project in India III-63
Initiatives Undertaken in India for Promotion of CCS III-64
Australia III-64
Market Overview III-64
Australia Embarks on Australia-China Low- Emissions Coal
Partnership Fund III-65
Australia Launches the Country’s First Oxyfuel CCL Plant
Project III-65
South Korea III-65
Thailand III-65
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand to Implement
IGCC Technology III-65
Product/Technology Innovations III-66
Strategic Corporate Developments III-67
Key Players III-82
B.Market Analytics III-84
Table 44: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual
Spending in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-84

6. REST OF WORLD III-85
A.Market Analysis III-85
Current and Future Analysis III-85
South Africa III-85
South Africa Makes Efforts to Curb CO2 Emissions III-85
CCS Prospects in Middle East and North Africa III-85
Strategic Corporate Developments III-86
Sasol Ltd (South Africa) – A Key Player III-87
B.Market Analytics III-88
Table 45: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Clean Coal Technologies Analyzed with Annual
Spending in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-88

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 108 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 118)

The United States (40)
Canada (6)
Japan (11)
Europe (19)
- France (3)
- Germany (4)
- The United Kingdom (3)
- Italy (2)
- Rest of Europe (7)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (34)
Latin America (1)
Middle-East (1)
Africa (6)

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