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Biorefinery Applications: Global Markets

  • March 2014
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  • BCC Research
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  • 326 pages

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The global market for biorefinery applications reached $342.8 billion in 2012. This market is expected to reach $387 billion in 2013 and $700.7 billion in 2018 with a compound annual growth rate(CAGR) of 12.6%.

This report provides:


A complete techno-economic and environmental analysis of industrial biorefinery applications
Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011, estimates for 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017
Breakdowns of demand by applications, including industrial, safe food supply, transportation, healthcare industry, recreation, residential/housing, communication, and environment
Coverage of all biomass fractionation and conversion technologies
Forecasts for biomass conversion processes and equipment to produce fuels, power, and chemicals from biomass
Identification of feedstocks, chemical products, and transportation fuels
Evaluations of the prospects for biorefineries built on different "platforms," such as the "sugar platform," based on fermentation of sugars extracted from biomass feedstocks, versus the "syngas platform," based on thermochemical conversion processes
Detailed patent analysis and a research-and-development update
Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry.

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

BCC Research has completed a study on the demand for biorefinery applications. In industry, biorefineries employ the techniques of modern molecular biology to reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing.This BCC Research report investigates the key factors and issues that will influence the global demand for biorefinery applications over the next five years to 2018. It assesses the critical factors influencing demand such as public policy initiatives, compatibility and the interface with conventional refinery products. In addition to current and proposed production capacity, it presents a forecast of biorefinery applications in the global chemicals and energy markets for 2013 through 2018.

The objectives of this BCC Reserch report are, therefore:

Understanding the various biorefinery products and applications.
Understanding the importance of the biorefinery industry and where it fits in the economy.
Appreciating biomass resource availability.
Understanding the various types of technologies involved in biomass transformation.
Understanding the basic concepts, principles of operation and equipment used for biorefineries.
Understanding the basic structure of the biorefinery industry and its interaction with the hydrocarbon-based industry.
Understanding the typical operations and requirements for the establishment of the biorefinery platform.
Evaluating the results of regional diversification in biorefinery feedstocks and conversion technologies.
Quantifying the market and end use of biorefinery products.
Providing a critical evaluation of the current status of commercial biorefinery markets and how recent environmental legislation and breakthroughs in technology will make the use of biobased products competitive with established hydrocarbon-based platforms.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

The use of biomass as raw material for bioproducts such as materials, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and energy has received significant worldwide attention during the last decade. Thus, 183 countries worldwide have signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which establishes a legal binding commitment for the reduction of four greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and sulphur hexafluoride. Conventional resources, mainly fossil fuels, are becoming limited because of the rapid increase in energy demand and population growth. This imbalance in energy demand and supply along with increased greenhouse gas emissions has placed immense pressure not only on consumer prices but also on the environment, prompting mankind to look for more sustainable energy and material resources. Biomass is one such environmentally friendly renewable resource from which various useful products can be generated for application in chemicals, materials, energy, medicine and fuels. A new system similar to a petroleum refinery is required to convert biomass into these value-added products. This system is known as a biorefinery.

CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND FOR WHOM

In the new biobased economy of the 21st century, our access to rich, nonrenewable resources provides much less of a competitive advantage; however, the richness of our renewable resources puts us at the forefront of competitive potential. The world is changing, and we must adapt with it if we are to succeed in this new economy. This BCC Research Biorefinery Applications report is designed to satisfy the information required of anyone concerned with the development of agriculture, energy and fuels, including:
Technology management and personnel.
New business/development management and personnel.
Merchant project investors and developers.
Utility procurement personnel.
Green power marketers.
Generation asset owners looking to diversify their portfolios.
Energy market advisors.
New energy professionals.
Veteran energy professionals.
Attorneys and counsel to the energy industry.
Managers and directors of renewable energy.
Process engineers.
Chemical and biochemical engineers.
Agrochemicals producers.
Plant operations engineers.
Graduate engineers.
Supervisors.
Operators.
Chemists and technicians.
Soft commodity traders.
Venture capital investors.
Commodity brokers and analysts.
Biofuel producers.
Trade-commodity financiers.
Investors.
Fund managers.
Biofuels technology and equipment suppliers.
Chemical manufactures.
Commodity inspection and surveyors.
Commodity exchanges.
Electricity generating companies.
Government officials and regulators.
Industry analysts.
Agricultural and feedstock suppliers.
Energy and environmental researchers.
Vegetable oil crushers and refiners.
Fuel marketers and distributors.
Automobile manufacturers.
Project developers.
Government experts from developed and developing countries.
Technology providers.
Verifiers, certifiers and validators.
Financial intermediaries (e.g., banks, insurance companies).
Brokers and traders interested in metering.
Persons in the sensor and monitoring markets.
Law firms.
Accounting and auditing firms.
Marketing managers.
Senior petrochemical executives.
Oil and gas majors.

Table Of Contents

Biorefinery Applications: Global Markets
Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION 5

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND FOR WHOM
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
RELATED BCC RESEARCH STUDIES
METHODOLOGY
SCOPE OF THE REPORT
BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES
DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY 2

DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION AND MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Figure Summary : DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION AND MARKET PENETRATION, 2010-2018

Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW 74

BIOFUELS MARKET
BIODERIVED CHEMICALS MARKET
MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE MARKET
BIOMATERIALS MARKET
BIOENERGY MARKET
BIOREFINING FEEDSTOCK OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS FROM AGRICULTURAL FEEDSTOCK
BIOREFINING END-USE APPLICATION SECTORS
GENERAL ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT BENEFITS
OVERVIEW OF BIOREFINERIES VERSUS PETRO-REFINERIES
COMPARISON OF CATALYSTS FOR MAKING FUELS FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
PATHWAYS TO BIOPRODUCTS
MAIN ADVANTAGES OF BIOBASED APPLICATIONS OVERVIEW
CONSUMERS OF BIO AND OTHER RENEWABLE POWER OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW OF BIOBASED PRODUCTS WHOLE-OF-LIFE VALUE CHAIN
OVERVIEW OF USES OF RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS BY INDUSTRY
OVERVIEW OF THE BIOPRODUCT SUPPLY CHAIN
PRODUCTS COMMODITIZATION
BIOREFINERY USER TYPES/APPLICATIONS
OVERVIEW OF BIOREFINERY CLASSIFICATIONS
POTENTIAL EMPLOYMENT IMPACTS FROM BIOREFINERY ENTERPRISES
HISTORY OF BIOREFINERY APPLICATIONS
CURRENT CONDITIONS AND IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE
DRIVERS FOR BIOREFINERY DEVELOPMENT
CUSTOMER AWARENESS OF THE BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS
RF2 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
BIOREFINERY PROFITABILITY
IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE BIOBASED INDUSTRY
Figure 1 : RAW MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS

Chapter- 4: BIOREFINERY APPLICATION GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION ECONOMICS 14

REQUIRED REDUCTION IN LIFE CYCLE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
ECONOMIC VALUE OF VARIOUS BIOBASED ADDED-VALUE PRODUCTS
CALCULATING CO2 EMISSIONS SAVINGS USING BIOBASED FEEDSTOCK
CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS AND EMISSIONS SAVING VS FOSSIL FUELS
BIOPRODUCTS SHIFT COULD APPLY TO UNCONVENTIONAL CRUDE
POTENTIAL GREENHOUSE GAS SAVINGS
CARBON DEBT AND REPAYMENT PERIOD OF BIOPRODUCTS CARBON DEBT
Figure 5 : PRODUCTS' LIFE CYCLE
Table 45 : USE OF RENEWABLES FOR “GREENER” PROCESSES/PRODUCTS

Chapter- 5: APPLICATION BY PRODUCT

BIOMATERIALS APPLICATIONS MARKET
BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS MARKET APPLICATIONS
BIOFUELS APPLICATIONS
BIOPOWER APPLICATIONS
BIOBASED CHEMICALS APPLICATIONS
BIOGAS APPLICATIONS
Table 58 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION BY MARKET/PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018

Chapter- 6: TECHNOLOGY

THERMOCHEMICAL CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
Table 76 : DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2018

Chapter- 7: TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

Table 80 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, 2010-2013

Chapter- 8: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE RATES

BIODERIVED PRODUCTS FROM THE CRADLE TO THE GRAVE
BIODERIVED PRODUCTS' LIFE CYCLE
PROCESS INTENSIFICATION
MAJOR TRENDS
PRIMARY FACTORS DETERMINING THE COST OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS
Table 81 : MATERIAL APPLICATIONS OF BIOPRODUCTS
Table 82 : MAJOR PRODUCTS SEGMENTS
Table 83 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION ACTIVITY BY SELECT COUNTRY

Chapter- 9: The next table presents the global biorefinery products market by country in 2007.

BIOREFINERY APPLICATIONS MARKET GLOBALIZATION
GLOBAL RESOURCES DIVERSIFICATION
GLOBAL POPULATION, GDP AND PER CAPITA GDP GROWTH
GLOBAL RandD FUNDING BY TYPE OF RESEARCH
GLOBAL BIOFUELS FEEDSTOCK DIVERSIFICATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
AVERAGE SHARE OF BIORENEWABLE PROCUREMENT BY COUNTRY
Table 117 : GLOBAL BIOREFINERY PRODUCTS MARKET BY COUNTRY, 2007
Table 118 : ESTIMATED JOBS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY BY GEOGRAPHY, THROUGH 2018

Chapter- 10: COMPANY SHARES

BIOMATERIALS AND BIOCOMPOSITES
ENZYMES
CHEMICALS/MATERIALS
PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY SHARES
BIOMASS POWER COMPANY SHARES
PETROLEUM REFINERS PURCHASE OBLIGATIONS SHARES
COMPANIES REDUCING GREENHOUSE GASES
GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT OF BIOBASED PRODUCTS
GLOBAL POPULATION RELYING ON TRADITIONAL BIOMASS FOR COOKING/HEATING
Table 126 : COMPANY BIOMASS/BIOFUEL PROCUREMENT

Chapter- 11: COMPANY PROFILES

PETROLEUM PRODUCERS, REFINERS AND MARKETERS
CONSUMER GOODS COMPANIES
BANKING, TRUSTS, INVESTMENT AND INSURANCES
CONSULTING, RISK MANAGEMENT, LEGAL AND CERTIFICATION
AUDIT, TAX, RESEARCH AND ADVISORY
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES
AUTOMAKERS
AIRLINE/AERO-ENGINE COMPANIES
MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE COMPANIES
AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY
UTILITIES
BIOREMEDIATION COMPANIES
NEWS AND DATA SERVICES COMPANIES
TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
NONGOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES, TRADE ASSOCIATIONS


List of Tables

DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION AND MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 1 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION BY MARKET SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018
Table 2 : OVERVIEW OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS FROM AGRICULTURAL FEEDSTOCK
Table 3 : BIOREFINING END-USE APPLICATION SECTORS
Table 4 : BIOMASS RESOURCES, TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS, APPLICATIONS AND GENERAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BENEFITS UNDERLYING A BIOBASED ECONOMY
Table 5 : COMPARISON OF BIOREFINERIES TO PETRO-REFINERIES
Table 6 : COMPARISON OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CATALYSTS FOR MAKING FUELS FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
Table 7 : MAJOR TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS AND ACTIVITY FOR BIOPRODUCTS
Table 8 : ANNUALLY RENEWABLE BIOMASS FEEDSTOCK/PRODUCT EXAMPLES AND APPLICATIONS
Table 9 : MAIN ADVANTAGES OF BIOBASED APPLICATIONS
Table 10 : TOP 10 CONSUMERS OF BIO AND OTHER RENEWABLE POWER, 2012
Table 11 : VALUE CHAINS AND CAPITAL INVESTMENTS NEEDED, BY BIOREFINERY TYPE
Table 12 : BIOBASED PRODUCTS WHOLE-OF-LIFE VALUE CHAIN
Table 13 : OVERVIEW OF USES OF RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS BY INDUSTRY
Table 14 : OVERVIEW OF THE BIOPRODUCT SUPPLY CHAIN
Table 15 : ADDED VALUE OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS THROUGH PROCESSING AND STANDARDIZATION
Table 16 : VALUE-ADDITION IN BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATION
Table 17 : BIOMASS-DERIVED PRODUCTS, PRICE VERSUS MARKET VOLUME
Table 18 : ECONOMIC VALUE OF VARIOUS BIOMASS BUILDING BLOCKS
Table 19 : SOME COMMON PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS (CURRENT VOLUMES, VALUE AND APPLICATIONS) THAT COULD BE MADE FROM AMINO ACIDS
Table 20 : BIOREFINERY USER TYPES/APPLICATIONS
Table 21 : TYPES OF BIOREFINERIES BY NUMBER OF PROCESSES, FEEDSTOCKS AND PRODUCTS
Table 22 : CLASSIFICATION OF BIOREFINERIES BASED ON THEIR FEEDSTOCKS
Table 23 : CLASSIFICATION OF BIOREFINERIES BASED ON THEIR CONVERSION ROUTES
Table 24 : CLASSIFICATION OF BIOREFINERIES BASED ON THEIR GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES
Table 25 : DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2018
Table 26 : POTENTIAL EMPLOYMENT IMPACTS FROM BIOREFINERY ENTERPRISES
Table 27 : COMMERCIALIZATION STAGE OF ADVANCED BIOREFINERIES
Table 28 : GLOBAL CUMULATIVE CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND DIRECT ECONOMIC OUTPUT FROM BIOREFINERY, THROUGH 2018
Table 29 : THE TOP FINANCING PATH FOR BIOREFINERY
Table 30 : EXAMPLES OF STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS IN BIORENEWABLES
Table 31 : GLOBAL FINANCINGS OF BIOTECH COMPANIES, 2012
Table 32 : GEOPOLITICAL, ECONOMIC, TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL DRIVERS FOR BIOREFINERY DEVELOPMENT
Table 33 : SURVEY RESULTS OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS INCORPORATION
Table 34 : SURVEY RESULTS OF CUSTOMERS WHO HAVE REQUESTED OR INQUIRED ABOUT PRODUCTS MADE WITH BIOBASED MATERIALS
Table 35 : VIEWPOINTS ON USING BIOBASED MATERIALS IN MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS
Table 36 : VIEWPOINTS ON CONSIDERATION FOR END USE/APPLICATIONS OF BIOBASED MATERIALS
Table 37 : “RFS2” PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS BY CATEGORY, THROUGH 2022
Table 38 : RF2 IMPACT ON REFINING ECONOMICS
Table 39 : BIODIESEL SELLING PRICE AND PRODUCERS' PROFIT
Table 40 : COMPARISON OF CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL MINIMUM SELLING PRICES AND GASOLINE PRICES
Table 41 : FIXED AND VARIABLE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION
Table 42 : FEEDSTOCK PRICE SHIFTS AND VOLATILITY
Table 43 : ECONOMIC VALUE OF VARIOUS BIOMASS FEEDSTOCKS FOR SECOND/-THIRD-GENERATION BIOREFINERIES
Table 44 : IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE BIOBASED INDUSTRY
Table 45 : USE OF RENEWABLES FOR “GREENER” PROCESSES/PRODUCTS
Table 46 : EISA-MANDATED REDUCTIONS IN LIFE CYCLE GHG EMISSIONS BY BIOFUEL CATEGORY
Table 47 : BIOBASED MATERIALS AND PRICES
Table 48 : BIOMASS-BASED ENERGY AND PRICES
Table 49 : THE GREENHOUSE GAS SAVINGS OF MAKING A SIMPLE POLYMER PLASTIC FROM WHEAT
Table 50 : FIRST-GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS AND EMISSIONS SAVING VS FOSSIL FUELS
Table 51 : SECOND-GENERATION CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS AND EMISSIONS SAVING VS FOSSIL FUELS
Table 52 : EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S ESTIMATE OF THE CO2 EMISSIONS OF UNCONVENTIONAL CRUDE COMPARED WITH CONVENTIONAL CRUDE
Table 53 : THE CRADLE-TO-GRAVE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS OF BIOBASED AND PETROCHEMICAL BULK POLYMERS
Table 54 : ANNUAL GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS SAVINGS
Table 55 : BIOGAS REPLACES WOOD - CASE 1, 2004
Table 56 : BIOGAS REPLACES GRID ELECTRICITY - CASE 2, 2004
Table 57 : CARBON DEBT AND TIME TO REPAY BIOFUEL CARBON DEBT FOR NINE SCENARIOS OF BIOFUEL PRODUCTION
Table 58 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION BY MARKET/PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018
Table 59 : GLOBAL BIOMATERIALS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 60 : GLOBAL BIOPLASTICS/BIOPOLYMER MARKET PENETRATION BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018
Table 61 : BIOPOLYMER TYPES, MANUFACTURERS, BRANDS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
Table 62 : GLOBAL BIOPLASTICS/BIOPOLYMER DEMAND BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 63 : GLOBAL BIOCOMPOSITE MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 64 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOCOMPOSITES BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 65 : GLOBAL BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 66 : GLOBAL HERBALS/BOTANICALS APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2018
Table 67 : GLOBAL BIODRUGS DEMAND BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 68 : GLOBAL BIOFUELS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 69 : GLOBAL BIOFUELS MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 70 : GLOBAL BIOPOWER MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 71 : BIOPOWER TECHNOLOGY DEMAND BY ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 72 : GLOBAL BIOBASED CHEMICALS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 73 : GLOBAL BIOBASED CHEMICALS DEMAND BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 74 : GLOBAL BIOGAS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 75 : GLOBAL BIOGAS MARKET APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 76 : DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2018
Table 77 : THERMOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 78 : DEMAND FOR PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BIOREFINERY TECHNOLOGY BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 79 : DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 80 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, 2010-2013
Table 81 : MATERIAL APPLICATIONS OF BIOPRODUCTS
Table 82 : MAJOR PRODUCTS SEGMENTS
Table 83 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATION ACTIVITY BY SELECT COUNTRY
Table 84 : BIODERIVED PRODUCTS FROM THE “CRADLE TO THE GRAVE”
Table 85 : OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRIES AND MATERIAL USES OF BIOPRODUCTS
Table 86 : CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH THE BIODERIVED PRODUCTS' LIFE CYCLE
Table 87 : COMPARISON OF “TRADITIONAL'' AND BIODERIVED PRODUCTS' LIFE CYCLE
Table 88 : PROCESS INTENSIFICATION
Table 89 : EXAMPLES OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS IN PRACTICE
Table 90 : BIODERIVED PRODUCTS RISKS AND DEVELOPMENT HURDLES
Table 91 : GEOGRAPHICAL TRENDS IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS
Table 92 : BIOBASED COMPANIES IN ANNUAL “CLEANTECH 100'' ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF 100 GREAT, PRIVATE COMPANIES, 2010, 2011 AND 2012
Table 93 : SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS IN ENZYME PERFORMANCE AND MANUFACTURING COSTS, THROUGH 2018
Table 94 : ADVANCED BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY VALUE CHAIN SECTOR
Table 95 : ANNUAL HOT 30 BIOBASED CHEMICAL AND MATERIALS COMPANIES
Table 96 : SELECTED BIOBASED MATERIALS IN AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS
Table 97 : VARIOUS APPLICATIONS OF BIOCOMPOSITES IN MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE
Table 98 : VARIOUS APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENT POLYMER COMPOSITE BIOMATERIALS
Table 99 : NATURAL FIBER MAJOR END MARKETS AND BY-PRODUCTS FOR VALUE ADDITION
Table 100 : HERBALS/BOTANICALS USED AS PHARMACEUTICAL ADDITIVES/INGREDIENTS
Table 101 : SUBSTANCES DERIVED FROM PLANTS FOR DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Table 102 : LIST OF CRUDE PLANT DRUGS USED FOR COSMETIC PURPOSES
Table 103 : OVERVIEW OF BIODERIVED ALCOHOL-DERIVED (AD) OR ALCOHOL-TO-JET (ATJ) PRODUCTION PROCESSES
Table 104 : BIOBASED JET FUEL PRODUCERS
Table 105 : BIOBASED JET FUEL TEST FLIGHTS
Table 106 : BIOPRODUCTS ACTIONS OF SOME OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST PULP AND PAPER COMPANIES
Table 107 : TRENDS IN NEXT-GENERATION MICROALGAL BIOFUEL PRODUCTION
Table 108 : BIOBASED FUEL TESTS ON SHIPS
Table 109 : BIOSURFACTANTS, PRODUCING ORGANISMS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
Table 110 : RANGE OF "BIOGREEN" HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS
Table 111 : SELECTED POSSIBLE BIOFUELS/BIOCHEMICAL IPOS IN THE PIPELINE
Table 112 : MAIN FORCES FOR ADOPTION OF A BIOTECHNOLOGY PROCESS BY THREE FIRMS
Table 113 : GLOBAL AREA OF BIOTECH CROPS BY COUNTRY, 2012
Table 114 : LIST OF COMMERCIAL ENZYMES FROM GENETICALLY MODIFIED MICROORGANISMS USED IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY
Table 115 : PRIMARY FACTORS DETERMINING THE COST OF BIODERIVED PRODUCTS
Table 116 : AVERAGE SHARE OF BIORENEWABLE PROCUREMENT BY SECTOR, 2010-2018
Table 117 : GLOBAL BIOREFINERY PRODUCTS MARKET BY COUNTRY, 2007
Table 118 : ESTIMATED JOBS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY BY GEOGRAPHY, THROUGH 2018
Table 119 : GLOBALIZATION OF BIOREFINERY APLICATIONS
Table 120 : TOP 1O MOST RESOURCE-RICH COUNTRIES BY RANK, 2012
Table 121 : THE WORLD'S TOP 10 MOST RESOUCES-RICH COUNTRIES BY RESOURCE TYPE VALUE, 2012
Table 122 : GLOBAL POPULATION BY GEOGRAPHY, THROUGH 2018
Table 123 : GLOBAL RandD FUNDING BY GEOGRAPHY AND TYPE
Table 124 : GLOBAL BIOFUELS FEEDSTOCK DIVERSIFICATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Table 125 : AVERAGE SHARE OF BIORENEWABLE PROCUREMENT BY COUNTRY, THROUGH 2018
Table 126 : COMPANY BIOMASS/BIOFUEL PROCUREMENT
Table 127 : AUTOMOTIVE BIOMATERIALS COMPANY SHARES, THROUGH 2018
Table 128 : ENZYMES COMPANY SHARES, 2012
Table 129 : CHEMICALS/MATERIAL COMPANY SHARES BASED ON CHEMICALS/MATERIALS SALES REVENUE, 2012
Table 130 : PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY SHARES, THROUGH 2018
Table 131 : BIOMASS POWER SHARES, 2012
Table 132 : POTENTIAL RENEWABLE FUELS PURCHASING OBLIGATIONS, THROUGH 2018
Table 133 : COMPANIES REDUCING GREENHOUSE GASES
Table 134 : BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS-OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
Table 135 : BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS-BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION
Table 136 : BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS-FLEET
Table 137 : BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS-FOOD SERVICE
Table 138 : BIOPRODUCTS APPLICATIONS-CLEANING
Table 139 : POPULATION RELYING ON TRADITIONAL BIOMASS FOR COOKING/HEATING, 2013 AND 2018
Table 140 : PETROLEUM REFINERS AND MARKETERS COMPANY PROFILES
Table 141 : CONSUMER GOODS COMPANY PROFILES
Table 142 : INVESTMENT BANKING, TRUSTS AND INSURANCE COMPANY PROFILES
Table 143 : CONSULTING, RISK MANAGEMENT, LEGAL AND CERTIFICATION COMPANY PROFILES
Table 144 : AUDIT, TAX, RESEARCH AND ADVISORY COMPANY PROFILES
Table 145 : MANUFACTURING COMPANY PROFILES
Table 146 : AUTOMAKER COMPANY PROFILES
Table 147 : AIRLINE/AERO-ENGINE COMPANY PROFILES
Table 148 : MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE COMPANY PROFILES
Table 149 : AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY COMPANY PROFILES
Table 150 : UTILITIES COMPANY PROFILES
Table 151 : BIOREMEDIATION COMPANY PROFILES
Table 152 : NEWS AND DATA SERVICES COMPANY PROFILES
Table 153 : TRADE ASSOCIATIONS PROFILES
Table 154 : INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES PROFILES
Table 155 : GOVERNMENT AGENCY PROFILES
Table 156 : NONGOVERNMENTAL AGENCY PROFILES
List of Figures
Summary Figure : DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY APPLICATION AND MARKET PENETRATION, 2010-2018
Figure 1 : RAW MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
Figure 2 : CROPS USED COMMERCIALLY FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
Figure 3 : BIOREFINERY APPLICATIONS AND THE GLOBAL BIOBASED ECONOMY
Figure 4 : TRANSITIONAL CHALLENGES IN BIOREFINERY DEVELOPMENT
Figure 5 : PRODUCTS' LIFE CYCLE

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