Gas Separation Membrane Industry Trends, Company Profiles, Industry Share Analysis, 2022–2030

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Gas separation is one of the widely used unit operations in the chemical and oil & gas industries. The process involves the removal of volatile organic compounds from waste streams, the separation of air from oxygen and nitrogen, and the dehydration of natural gas, among others.

Market Research Future (MRFR) report on the global Gas Separation Membrane Industry 2019 to 2023 examines the COVID-19 analysis on the significant factor that affects the growth of the market. The research explores competitors in the market and global market trends, providing a holistic overview of both growth factors and restraints that may have a substantial effect on the outlook of the industry during the forecast period.

Gas separation is one of the widely used unit operations in the chemical and oil gas industries. The process involves the removal of volatile organic compounds from waste streams, the separation of air from oxygen and nitrogen, and the dehydration of natural gas, among others. Cryogenic distillation and adsorbent bed processes are two of the common approaches used for such separations. Nevertheless, the use of membrane-based gas separation has increased in recent years. It is partly due to its essential benefits, such as low capital and maintenance costs, decreased energy needs, and ease of operation over conventional methods. Gas separation in membranes occurs due to variations in the permeability of the species passing through the membrane. The membranes used in this separation process are made using a variety of materials, including inorganic porous, polymeric, inorganic microporous, and hybrid. 

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Market Dynamics

Growing concerns about global warming due to rising CO2 emissions are likely to be the primary factor driving demand for gas separation membranes in the removal of CO2. The effectiveness of the membrane separation process under mild conditions and the versatility of operation due to the compactness of the modules leading to a reduction in fuel consumption are the main factors that improve the industry's use of this separation process. Strong government regulations on the emission of greenhouse gasses from industry are expected to further boost this market's growth in the years to come.

In addition, a significant increase in demand for membrane separation in the treatment of natural gas, hydrogen purification, hydrocarbon separation, and carbon dioxide capture are expected to support market growth during the review period. Nonetheless, issues related to membrane fouling, swelling, and plasticization of polymeric membranes are expected to be the key factors that impede the growth of this market.

 

Market Segmentation

The global market for gas separation membrane has been segmented based on material type, application, and end-use industry.

By material type, the global market for gas separation membrane market has been classified into porous inorganic microporous organic, hybrid, polymeric, and others. The segment for porous inorganic is further classified into metal, ceramics, zeolite, and alumina. The polymeric segment is further divided into cellulose acetate, polyimide, and polysulfone.

By application, the global market for gas separation membrane market has been categorized as industrial gas separation, CO2 removal, acid gases separation from natural gas, hydrogen recovery, hydrocarbons recovery, and others.

By end-use industry, the global market for gas separation membrane market has been divided into chemical, oil gas, electric power, food beverages, and others.

 

Regional Analysis

The global market for gas separation membrane market has been segmented into five regions: Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East Africa.

The Asia Pacific accounted for the highest market share in 2017. It can be due to the growing use of gas separation membranes to regulate CO2 emissions from industrial effluents. In addition, tightening government regulations to reduce gaseous emissions is expected to boost demand for the product in the coming years. In addition, a significant increase in the production of natural gas in the region, the demand for gas separation membrane in acid gas separation, is likely to boost the regional market's growth during the forecast period.

The European market retained a large share of the global market for gas separation membranes in 2017. This can be due to the extensive use of the product in gas processing plants for the separation of acid gases.

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Key Players

Some of the leading market participants in the global gas separation membrane market are Air Products and Chemicals Inc (US), Ube Industries Ltd (Japan), Air Liquide Advanced Separation (US), Schlumberger Limited (US), Membrane Technology and Research Inc (US), Evonik Industries AG (Germany), FUJIFILM Manufacturing Europe BV (the Netherlands), Honeywell International Inc (US), Generon IGS Inc. (US), DIC Corporation (Japan), and SRI International (US), among others.

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