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バイオリファイナリー製品:世界市場

Biorefinery Products: Global Markets

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バイオリファイナリー製品:世界市場 Biorefinery Products: Global Markets
出版日: 2014年04月16日 ページ情報: 英文 317 Pages
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概要

化石燃料を中心とした在来型の資源は、エネルギー需要の急速な拡大に伴って、供給の限界に到達しつつあります。エネルギーの需要と供給の不均衡は、消費者価格に多大な影響を及ぼしているだけではなく、環境にも大きな負荷を与えており、持続可能なエネルギー資源の確保に向けた取り組みを促す要因となっています。バイオマスは、環境負荷の小さい再生可能エネルギー資源の1つであり、人類にとって有益な各種の化学製品や燃料を生産する際の原料にもなります。しかし、バイオマスから燃料や化学製品を生産するには、石油精製施設と同様のシステムが必要であり、こうしたシステムは、バイオリファイナリーと呼ばれています。世界市場におけるバイオ製品の需要は、今後5年間にわたり年平均12.6%のペースで伸びると予想されており、市場規模は2013年の3,876億ドルから2018年には7,007億ドルまで拡大する見通しです。また市場での浸透率も、2013年の4.2%から2018年には5.5%まで上昇する可能性があります。

当レポートは、世界の産業用バイオリファイナリー製品市場を技術面、経済面、環境面から分析したもので、2010年から2013年の世界市場のトレンド、2018年までの見通し、主要メーカー各社のプロファイルなども盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要

  • バイオ製品を利用した製品の世界的な市場規模
  • バイオ製品を利用したエネルギー製品の世界的な市場規模
  • バイオ製品を利用した各種非エネルギー製品の世界的な市場規模
  • バイオ製品を利用した製品の世界的な市場規模とGDPの対比
  • 世界バイオマス市場の概要
  • 非食品バイオマスに対する需要の概要
  • 世界の用途別バイオマス需要
  • 石油の代わりにバイオマスを利用した製品の概要
  • バイオ製品指向のバリューチェーンの概要
  • 世界経済のなかで生物由来の製品が適合する分野
  • バイオ製品業界の重要指標の概要
  • 各種技術を利用したバイオベース製品に関するベンチャーキャピタル契約と投資の概要
  • 生物由来製品の歴史
  • 主なバイオリファイナリーのトレンド
  • バイオ製品開発の概要

第4章 エネルギー用途向けバイオ製品の需要

  • 液体バイオ燃料
  • 世界各地域の液体バイオ燃料需要
  • 固体バイオ燃料
  • 気体バイオ燃料

第5章 非エネルギー用途向けバイオ製品の需要

  • 生物由来の化学製品
  • 世界各地域の生物由来化学製品の需要
  • 生物医薬品と薬草
  • 世界各地域の生物医薬品と薬草の需要
  • バイオプラスチックとバイオポリマー
  • 世界各地域のバイオベース/バイオベース化可能/生物分解性プラスチックの生産能力
  • バイオ複合材料
  • 世界各地域のバイオベース複合材料の需要

第6章 用途

  • バイオ製品の最終用途

第7章 技術

  • 各種技術世代のバイオ製品に対する需要
  • 各種転換技術を利用したバイオ製品に対する需要
  • 技術開発
  • 特許の評価

第8章 製品開発

  • バイオ燃料製品の開発
  • バイオベース化学製品の開発
  • バイオベースプラスチック/ポリマー製品の開発
  • バイオ複合材料製品の開発
  • バイオベースの医薬品/健康管理製品の開発
  • バイオガス製品の開発
  • 木質ペレット/チップ/丸太製品の開発

第9章 産業構造と競争

  • イントロダクション
  • バイオリファイナリー業界の動き
  • バイオリファイナリーの経済的指標
  • バイオベース製品供給のための経路
  • 原料管理による価値の付加/創造/実現
  • 販売/流通/サポートを担う業界
  • バイオ製品業界の職
  • 雇用、労働条件、経済的な影響
  • 戦略的投資、提携、同盟、ネットワーク
  • 競争圧力
  • 市場をリードしている国
  • 市場要素と企業による新規株式公開の実績
  • 統合バイオリファイナリーの資金調達

第10章 国際的な側面

  • 各種技術分野で研究開発をリードしている国々

第11章 市場シェア

  • バイオエタノール
  • バイオディーゼル
  • グリセロール
  • 産業用バイオテクノロジー企業のシェア
  • 化学製品と材料
  • 医薬品と生物医薬品メーカーの市場シェア
  • 先進的なバイオ燃料/化学製品およびバイオマテリアルの市場シェア
  • バイオポリマー/バイオプラスチック
  • ペレット

第12章 規制、法律、指示、政策、奨励索

  • イントロダクション
  • 規制と法律
  • 指示と支援策
  • 主要国の主な政策手段
  • 液体バイオ燃料についての各国政府の指示を含む奨励策
  • 化学物質材料の健全な管理に対応する手段とアプローチ
  • バイオ製品関連の構想

第13章 各種バイオ製品関連企業のプロファイル

  • バイオリファイナリー
  • バイオ燃料
  • 化学製品
  • ペレット/チップ/丸太
  • バイオガス
  • 材料
  • バイオポリマー
  • バイオ複合材料
  • バイオマスエネルギー
  • 種子を利用した製品
  • 生物医薬品と薬草
  • 医薬品と健康管理製品

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目次
Product Code: EGY117A

BCC Research estimates that the global demand for bioproducts will increase at a double-digit compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.6% over the next five years to reach $700.7 billion in 2018 from $387.6 billion in 2013, when it will attain a market penetration rate of 5.5% in 2018, from an estimated rate of 4.2% in 2013.

This report provides:

  • A complete techno-economic and environmental analysis of industrial biorefinery products.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2010, 2011 and 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2018.
  • Breakdown of product demand by division, including energetic (ethanol, biodiesel, electricity/heat), nonenergetic (chemicals, materials, herbal/botanicals); and by segment, including fuel (transport, mechanical, etc.), energy (heat, electricity), material (plastics, resins), chemical (alcohols, solvents, acids, surfactants, etc.), and herbal/botanical (drugs, body care, aroma, etc.).
  • Forecasts for biomass conversion processes and equipment to produce fuels, power, and chemicals from biomass.
  • 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.

REPORT SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

BCC Research has recently completed a study on the demand for biorefinery products. The United States, the European Commission's Lead Market Initiative and numerous Asian economies aim to facilitate an early adoption of biorefinery products innovation in various markets by 2022. By removing barriers and introducing new mechanisms, including mandates to facilitate market entry, it will be possible to build early markets of sufficient scale, which will help justify costly investments, bring down unit production costs, generate higher returns on investment and reduce risks for investors and entrepreneurs.

The objectives of this BCC Research report are to:

  • Understand the various biorefinery products.
  • Understand the importance of biorefinery products and where they fit in the economy.
  • Appreciate biomass resource availability.
  • Understanding the biomass transformation process for various bio-products.
  • Understand the basic concepts and principles of operation of equipment used for biorefinery conversion.
  • Understand the value chain of basic products and the structure of the biorefinery industry and its interaction with the fossil-based industry.
  • Understand the typical operations and requirements for the establishment of biorefinery platforms.
  • Evaluate the results of geographical diversification in biorefinery products and feedstocks.
  • Quantify the market and end-use of biorefinery products.
  • Provide a critical evaluation of the current status of commercial biorefinery products markets and how recent environmental legislation and breakthroughs in technology will make the use of bio-based products competitive with established fossil-based platforms.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Conventional resources, mainly fossil fuels, are becoming limited because of the rapid increase in energy demand. This imbalance in energy demand and supply has placed immense pressure not only on consumer prices but also on the environment, prompting mankind to look for sustainable energy resources. Biomass is one such environmentally friendly renewable resource from which various useful chemicals and fuels can be produced. A system similar to a petroleum refinery is required to produce fuels and useful chemicals from biomass and is known as a biorefinery.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Unlike other studies dealing with this subject, this research report quantifies the two categories of energetic and non-energetic bioproducts into seven major product segments: bio-derived chemicals, biofuels, pharmaceuticals (biodrugs and herbal/botanicals), biocomposite materials, biopolymers/bioplastics, biogas and biopower. More importantly, the report examines the different drivers shaping each of these segments and discusses these differences so as to eliminate any confusion in the debate on bioproducts and help companies choose the correct strategic investment path. This biorefinery products report is therefore designed to provide the information required by anyone concerned with the development of agriculture, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, energy and fuels. These people include the following:

  • 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.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Edward Gobina is an innovator, inventor and pioneer in membrane reactor-separator technology. He is a full U.K. Professor of Chemical and Processing Engineering with 32 years of research and teaching experience in environmental engineering, petrochemical reaction engineering and catalysis and membrane technology. His scientific achievements number more than 150 articles, 20 granted patents, 30 patent applications, and over 100 invited/guest speaker presentations and contributed presentations as well as participation in prestigious refereed scientific journals, newsletters, proceedings and reviews. He has been a project analyst for BCC Research since 1998 and has authored over 22 BCC Research reports, providing critical links in the entire chemical and energy infrastructure chain from hydrogen to advanced oil and gas exploitation, sensors/monitoring, and LNG infrastructure. Professor Gobina is a member of the European Membrane Society (EMS), the North American Membrane Society (NAMS) and the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS). He is the current director of the Centre for Process Integration and Membrane Technology (CPIMT) within the School of Engineering at the Robert Gordon University in the U.K.

METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES

Both historic and current data were used in the demand analysis of this report. The results of the calculations presented are based on three components: a historic analysis of demand from 2010-2013, estimated data for 2013 and forecasted demand for 2013-2018. Secondary research information was used to derive market numbers for each segment of the report and further validated our analysis with C-level executive information of major companies operating in the bioproducts market. The report contains data obtained from government sources, trade associations and publications, business journals, scientific papers, company literature, investment reports and interviews with industry professionals.

Statistics on U.S. production, imports and exports are taken from the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. International Trade Commission. Europe production and trade data are primarily taken from Eurostat, and trade data for other nations is taken from the respective customs office for each country and the United Nations Comtrade database. Other sources include the International Council of Chemistry Associations (ICCA), the American Chemistry Council (ACC), the European Chemical Industry Association (CEFIC), and CropLife International as well as reports from intergovernmental agencies including the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) among others. Additional data sources are the United States Geological Survey (USGS), United States Department of Energy (USDOE) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as well as articles in industry journals and peer-reviewed academic journals. Proprietary data sources used for this report include the Chemical Economics Handbook and the Specialty Chemicals Update Report series, both published by SRI International, the American Chemistry Council's Guide to the Business of Chemistry and data from the International Lead and Zinc Study Group. Sources for the health and environmental impact sections include peer-reviewed journal articles as well as reports and statistics from governmental and intergovernmental agencies, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

The report begins with an overview that defines and quantifies biorefinery products and assesses market trends and categories/segments. This section also indicates the importance of the bioproducts industry and where it fits in the economy.

The next section presents the demand for bioproducts by type and analyzes the market for chemicals, biofuels, pharmaceuticals, energy generation and biomaterials. These are quantified by type with regional breakdowns.

The following section quantifies the demand by application for transportation fuels, heat and power generation, and chemicals.

The technology section presents demand by type of technology used for the conversion of biomass to bioproducts, including the technology generation and platform. Technology development for biobased products and patent evaluation is also assessed.

The next section discusses product development in the chemical, pharmaceutical, materials, power and fuel sectors, which will enable utilization of the 170 billion tons of biomass that Earth's biology produces every year.

The following section outlines the industry structure, identifies the various segments in the biorefinery industry and shows how each market segment will grow over the next five years to 2018. A number of influencing factors are considered, including macro factors that affect the global bioeconomy and industry-specific factors such as new product development and the public acceptance of biorefinery products.

The international section presents the baseline economic forecast and shows historical yearly foreign currency exchange rates.

The market shares of the major companies involved in the manufacture of biobased products are then presented and discussed.

The next section analyzes and discusses future regulation of the biorefinery industry. It discusses the major legislation, policies and regulations and their effects on biorefinery products.

The final section presents profiles of bioproducts and identifies the various companies involved in the manufacture of these products.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES
  • SCOPE OF THE REPORT
  • BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY CATEGORY AND MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY CATEGORY AND MARKET PENETRATION THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW

  • TABLE 1 BIOBASED PRODUCTS CASCADING PYRAMID BY SECTOR
  • TABLE 2 INCREASING VALUE OF HERBAL PRODUCTS WITH PROCESSING AND STANDARDIZATION ALONG THE CASCADING PYRAMID
  • TABLE 3 CATEGORIZATION AND SEGMENTATION OF BIOPRODUCTS
  • TABLE 4 COMPARATIVE PRODUCTION OF PLATFORM AND HIGH VALUE COMPOUNDS BASED ON PETROCHEMICAL (BLACK CARBON) AND BIOMASS (GREEN CARBON) FEEDSTOCKS
  • TABLE 5 SOME BENEFITS OF BIOPRODUCTS
  • TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED
  • TABLE 6 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY CATEGORY, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY SEGMENT
    • GLOBAL PETROLEUM DEMAND
    • GLOBAL NATURAL GAS DEMAND
    • GLOBAL POWER/HEAT DEMAND
    • TABLE 7 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED NON-ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY SEGMENT
    • GLOBAL CHEMICALS DEMAND
    • GLOBAL PLASTICS/POLYMERS DEMAND
    • GLOBAL COMPOSITES DEMAND
    • GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICALS DEMAND
    • TABLE 8 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED NON-ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED VERSUS GLOBAL GDP
  • TABLE 9 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED VERSUS GLOBAL GDP, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • GLOBAL BIOMASS MARKET OVERVIEW
  • TABLE 10 TOTAL GLOBAL BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION TONS)
  • OVERVIEW OF DEMAND FOR NON-FOOD BIOMASS
    • BIOMASS USE FOR ENERGY
    • BIOMASS USE FOR MATERIALS (NON-ENERGY)
    • TABLE 11 GLOBAL NON-FOOD BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION TONS)
  • OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE
  • TABLE 12 GLOBAL BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 ($BILLION PER YEAR)
    • GLOBAL BIOBASED INDUSTRY GROWTH VERSUS THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
    • TABLE 13 GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET VERSUS GLOBAL GDP, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
    • TABLE 14 BIOBASED INDUSTRY GROWTH COMPARED TO GLOBAL ECONOMY GROWTH
  • OVERVIEW OF BIO-BASED REPLACEMENT OF PETRO-BASED PRODUCTS
  • TABLE 15 OVERVIEW OF PETROLEUM RAW MATERIALS REPLACED WITH BIO-BASED RAW MATERIALS
  • BIOPRODUCTS-ORIENTED VALUE CHAIN OVERVIEW
  • FIGURE 1 BIOPRODUCTS-ORIENTED VALUE CHAIN
    • BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION OVERVIEW
    • TABLE 16 BIOPRODUCTS MARKET SEGMENTS DESCRIPTION
    • TABLE 17 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKET SEGMENTS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED AND GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
    • BIOENERGY PRODUCTS
    • NON-BIOENERGY PRODUCTS (MATERIALS)
    • TABLE 18 GLOBAL ENERGETIC AND NON-ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
    • TABLE 19 GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • WHERE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS FIT IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
  • FIGURE 2 APPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES (INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE, MEDICINE, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT)
  • FIGURE 3 OPPORTUNITIES FOR BIOBASED PRODUCTS BASED ON H/C RATIO
  • TABLE 20 MAJOR TOPICS CURRENTLY BEING EXPLORED FOR SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY APPLICATIONS
    • BIOBASED REPLACEMENT OF FOSSIL-BASED MARKET VALUE OVERVIEW
    • TABLE 21 BIOBASED PETROLEUM REPLACEMENT MARKET VALUE OVERVIEW, THROUGH 2018
  • OVERVIEW OF IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE BIOPRODUCTS INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 22 IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY, 2010-2013
  • OVERVIEW OF VENTURE CAPITAL DEALS AND TOTAL INVESTMENT IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGICAL CATEGORY
  • TABLE 23 OVERVIEW OF VENTURE CAPITAL ACTIVITY IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS (2004-2011)
  • TABLE 24 NUMBER OF VENTURE CAPITAL DEALS AND TOTAL INVESTMENT IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGICAL CATEGORY, 2004-2012 (NUMBER/$ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 25 VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY CATEGORY THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
  • THE HISTORY OF BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS
  • OVERVIEW OF MAJOR BIOREFINERY TRENDS
  • TABLE 26 OVERVIEW OF MAJOR BIOREFINERY TRENDS BY ASPECT
  • OVERVIEW FOR BIOPRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • TABLE 27 OVERVIEW OF BIOPRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS

CHAPTER 4 DEMAND FOR ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS

  • TABLE 28 BIOENERGETIC PROCESSES, BIOFUEL TYPES AND FEEDSTOCK SOURCES
  • TABLE 29 GLOBAL ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCT DEMAND BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • LIQUID BIOFUELS
  • TABLE 30 GLOBAL LIQUID BIOFUELS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS)
    • BIOETHANOL
      • United States
      • Brazil
      • European Union
      • ROW
      • TABLE 31 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL CONSUMPTION BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS)
    • FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER (BIODIESEL)
      • Europe Union
      • United States
      • Canada
      • Brazil
      • Argentina
      • Columbia
      • Australia
      • Indonesia
      • Malaysia
      • ROW
      • TABLE 32 GLOBAL BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS)
    • ADVANCED BIOFUELS
    • TABLE 33 YEARLY RFS2 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, BY BIOFUEL 2006-2022 (BILLION GALLONS)
    • EXPECTATIONS FOR THE INDUSTRY
    • TABLE 34 ENERGY INFORMATION AGENCY CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS FOR THE U.S., 2014 (MILLION GALLONS)
    • CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PRODUCTION
    • TABLE 35 U.S. CELLULOSIC MANDATES VERSUS ACTUAL PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
      • The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA)
      • EIA Projections of 2013 U.S. Cellulosic Biofuel Production
      • EPA Projections for 2014 Cellulosic Biofuel Production
      • TABLE 36 EPA PROJECTIONS FOR U.S. CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PRODUCTION, 2014 (MILLION GALLONS/%)
    • BIOFUEL BLEND WALL
      • United States
      • EU-27
      • Brazil
      • TABLE 37 COMMON GASOLINE ETHANOL AND BIODIESEL DIESEL BLENDS AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES
    • PLANT OIL BIOFUEL
      • Straight Vegetable Oil (SVO)
      • Plant Oil-Diesel Blends as Fuel
      • Hydrotreated Vegetable Oils (HVO)
      • TABLE 38 GLOBAL PLANT OIL BIOFUELS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS)
    • OTHER POTENTIAL LIQUID BIOFUELS
      • Methanol
      • Biobutanol
      • Biomethanol
      • Green Diesel
      • Bio-oil
      • Dimethyl Ether
      • Algal Fuel
      • TABLE 39 GLOBAL POTENTIAL LIQUID BIOFUEL DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS PER YEAR)
  • GLOBAL LIQUID BIOFUEL DEMAND BY REGION
    • NORTH AMERICA AND LATIN AMERICA
    • EUROPE
    • ASIA PACIFIC, THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
    • TABLE 40 GLOBAL LIQUID BIOFUELS DEMAND BY REGION THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
  • SOLID BIOFUELS
  • TABLE 41 GLOBAL SOLID BIOFUELS DEMAND TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • PELLETS, WOODY CHIPS AND BRIQUETTES (PWB)
    • TABLE 42 GLOBAL PWB MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
      • Europe
      • North America
      • United States
      • Canada
      • ROW
        • Latin America
        • China
        • Russia
        • Africa and Southeast Asia
        • TABLE 43 GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF PWB BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION TONS)
    • CHARCOAL, INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (CIMSW)
      • Sub-Saharan Africa
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Brazil
      • ROW
      • TABLE 44 GLOBAL CIMSW MARKET BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • GASEOUS BIOFUELS
  • TABLE 45 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR GASEOUS BIOFUEL BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • BIOHYDROGEN
    • TABLE 46 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOHYDROGEN BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • BIOSYNGAS
    • TABLE 47 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOSYNGAS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • BIOGAS
      • Landfill Gas
      • Digester Gas
      • TABLE 48 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOGAS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
      • Europe
      • United States
      • Asia
      • China
      • India
      • Other Asian Countries
      • ROW
      • TABLE 49 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOGAS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)

CHAPTER 5 DEMAND FOR NON-ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS

  • TABLE 50 NON-BIOENERGETIC PROCESSES, MATERIAL TYPES AND FEEDSTOCK SOURCES
  • TABLE 51 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR NON-ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • BIODERIVED CHEMICALS
  • TABLE 52 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED CHEMICALS BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • PLATFORM CHEMICALS
    • TABLE 53 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-BASED PLATFORM CHEMICALS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS
    • TABLE 54 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
    • FERMENTATION-DERIVED CHEMICALS PRODUCTS (EXCLUDING BIOFUELS AND BIOPOLYMERS)
    • CRUDE ANTIBIOTICS
    • AMINO ACIDS
    • BIOCATALYSTS
    • ORGANIC ACIDS
    • XANTHAN
    • VITAMINS
    • TABLE 55 GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION-DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS (EXCLUDING BIOFUELS AND BIOPOLYMERS) ($ MILLIONS)
  • FINE (SPECIALTY) CHEMICALS
    • Biosolvents
    • Detergent Alcohol and Fatty Acids
    • Biosurfactants
    • Bioremediation and Phytoremediation
    • Lignin/ Specialty Cellulose
    • Antioxidants
    • Biopesticides
    • Biofertilizers
    • Biolubricants
    • TABLE 56 GLOBAL BIO-DERIVED FINE (SPECIALTY) CHEMICALS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
  • PHYTOCHEMICALS
  • TABLE 57 PHYTOCHEMICALS USED AS PHARMACEUTICAL ADDITIVES/INGREDIENTS
  • TABLE 58 LIST OF PHYTOCHEMICALS USED FOR COSMETIC PURPOSES
    • Tannins
    • Terpenoids
    • Alkaloids
    • Glycosides
    • Flavonoids
    • Other Plant Constituents
      • Phenolics
      • Saponins
      • Anthraquinonoids
      • Essential Oils
      • Steroids
      • TABLE 59 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR PHYTOCHEMICALS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED CHEMICALS BY REGION
  • NORTH AMERICA
  • EUROPEAN UNION
  • ASIA (EXCLUDING JAPAN)
  • JAPAN 109
  • SOUTH AMERICA
  • ROW
  • TABLE 60 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED CHEMICALS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS
  • TABLE 61 DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • HERBALS/BOTANICALS
  • TABLE 62 PHARMACOGNOSY OF THE TOP TEN MEDICINAL PLANTS
    • Stevia
    • Ginkgo
    • St. John's Wort
    • Ginseng
    • Echinacea
    • Kava
    • Crofelemer
    • Green Tea Extract
    • Other
    • TABLE 63 DEMAND FOR HERBAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY PRODUCT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 64 DEMAND FOR BOTANICAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY PRODUCT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • BIODRUGS
    • Remicade
    • Humira
    • TABLE 65 DEMAND FOR GLOBAL ANTI-BODY BIODRUGS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION
  • NORTH AMERICA
  • EUROPE
  • ASIA
    • India
    • China
  • ROW
  • TABLE 66 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • BIOPLASTICS/BIOPOLYMERS
  • TABLE 67 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPLASTICS BY COMPOSTABILITY, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 68 CURRENT AND EMERGING PARTIALLY BIO-BASED PLASTICS AND THEIR BIODEGRADABILITY
  • TABLE 69 DEMAND FOR BIOPOLYMER/BIOPLASTICS BY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY ($ MILLIONS)
  • BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE (PE)
    • BIO-BASED POLYPROPYLENE (PP)
    • POLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE (PET)
    • POLYLACTIC ACID (PLA)
    • STARCH-BASED PLASTICS
    • POLY-3-HYDROXYBUTYRATE (PHB)
    • SUGAR-BASED POLYCARBONATE (PC)
    • POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES (PHAS)
    • POLYBUTYLENE SUCCINATE (PBS)
    • TABLE 70 PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS, THROUGH 2018 (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
  • GLOBAL PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS BY REGION
  • NORTH AMERICA
  • EUROPE
  • ASIA
  • SOUTH AMERICA
  • TABLE 71 GLOBAL PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
  • BIOCOMPOSITES
  • WOOD FIBER COMPOSITE
  • NON-WOOD FIBER COMPOSITE
  • TABLE 72 DEMAND FOR BIO-BASED COMPOSITES ($ BILLIONS)
  • DEMAND FOR BIO-BASED COMPOSITES BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION
  • TABLE 73 MAIN PRODUCING COUNTRIES OF NATURAL FIBERS
  • NORTH AMERICA
  • EUROPEAN UNION
  • ASIA
  • SOUTH AMERICA
  • ROW
  • TABLE 74 DEMAND FOR NATURAL FIBERS COMPOSITES BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 6 APPLICATIONS

  • TABLE 75 PROCESS FLOW OF BIOMASS FEEDSTOCKS TO BIOBASED PRODUCTS TO MARKET APPLICATIONS
  • APPLICATIONS FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY END-USE
  • TABLE 76 BIOPRODUCT APPLICATIONS BY END USE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)

CHAPTER 7 TECHNOLOGY

  • TABLE 77 THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY GENERATIONS MATRIX BY FEEDSTOCK
  • DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY GENERATION
    • FIRST GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS (1G)
    • SECOND GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS (2G)
    • THIRD GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS (3G)
    • FOURTH GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS (4G)
    • FIFTH GENERATION BIOPRODUCTS (5G)
    • TABLE 78 DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY GENERATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY TYPE OF CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
  • TABLE 79 CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
  • TABLE 80 DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • THERMOCHEMICAL CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
  • PHYSICOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
  • BIOLOGICAL CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
  • TABLE 81 DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 82 PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  • PATENT EVALUATION
  • TABLE 83 NUMBER OF REGISTERED BIOREFINERY PATENTS PER YEAR, THROUGH 2013

CHAPTER 8 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

  • BIOFUEL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 84 BIOFUEL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • BIO-BASED CHEMICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 85 BIO-BASED CHEMICALS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • BIO-BASED PLASTICS/POLYMERS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 86 BIO-BASED PLASTICS/POLYMERS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • BIOCOMPOSITES PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 87 BIOCOMPOSITE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • BIO-BASED MEDICINE/HEALTHCARE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 88 BIO-BASED MEDICINE/HEALTH PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • BIOGAS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 89 BIOGAS SEGMENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • WOOD PELLETS/CHIPS/LOGS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 90 WOOD PELLETS/CHIPS/LOGS/WASTE-TO-ENERGY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 9 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE RATES

  • INTRODUCTION
  • TABLE 91 BIOREFINERY INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND VALUE-ADDED ACTIVITIES
  • BIOREFINERY INDUSTRY ACTIVITY SECTORS
  • TABLE 92 BIOREFINERY INDUSTRY ACTIVITY SECTORS
  • ECONOMICS OF BIOREFINERIES
  • TABLE 93 ECONOMICS OF BIOREFINERIES ($)
  • PATHWAYS FOR THE PROVISION OF BIO-BASED PRODUCTS
  • TABLE 94 BASIC PATHWAYS FOR THE PROVISION OF DERIVED-PRODUCTS FROM BIOMASS
  • VALUE ADDITION/CREATION/UNLOCKING THROUGH FEEDSTOCK CONTROL
    • UPSTREAM: CONTROLLING FEEDSTOCK COSTS
    • TABLE 95 UPSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
    • MIDSTREAM: VALUE CREATION, VALUE UNLOCKING AND VALUE ADDITION
    • TABLE 96 MIDSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
      • Value Unlocking
      • TABLE 97 VALUE UNLOCKING (RESIDUES)
      • Value Creation
      • TABLE 98 VALUE CREATION (NEW FEEDSTOCK/PRODUCTS)
      • Value Adding
      • TABLE 99 VALUE ADDING (EXISTING FEEDSTOCKS)
    • DOWNSTREAM
    • TABLE 100 DOWNSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
  • SALES, DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES
  • TABLE 101 COSTING AND PRICING IN A BIOPRODUCTS VALUE CHAIN
  • BIOPRODUCTS INDUSTRY JOBS
  • TABLE 102 ESTIMATED NUMBER OF JOBS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLIONS)
  • EMPLOYMENT, WORKING CONDITIONS AND ECONOMIC IMPACT
  • TABLE 103 EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BIOREFINERY
    • TABLE 104 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF A 10 MILLION GALLON BIODIESEL PLANT IN THE U.S.* ($ MILLIONS)
  • STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, ALLIANCES AND NETWORKS
  • TABLE 105 THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY, MULTI-COMPANY BIOREFINERY LANDSCAPE
    • STRATEGIC COMPANIES INVESTING IN BIOGREEN TECHNOLOGY 184
    • TABLE 106 NUMBER OF BIOGREEN TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIC INVESTORS
    • MAJOR BLUE CHIP COMPANY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
    • TABLE 107 MAJOR BLUE CHIP COMPANY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
    • CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP
    • TABLE 108 COMPANIES WITH SIGNIFICANT CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP
    • STRATEGIC JOINT VENTURES
    • TABLE 109 JOINT VENTURES
    • STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN BIOBASED CHEMICALS
    • TABLE 110 STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN BIOBASED CHEMICALS
    • ESTABLISHED NETWORK
    • TABLE 111 STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
    • COMPETITIVE PRESSURE
    • TABLE 112 PETROCHEMICAL FEEDSTOCK PRICE, THROUGH 2018
    • CAPACITY AND PRICE OF BIOREFINERY FEEDSTOCKS AND PRODUCTS
    • TABLE 113 ETHANOL/CORN PRICE RATIO
    • ISSUES DEFINING THE RACE FOR SCALE
    • TABLE 114 ISSUES DEFINING THE RACE FOR SCALE
    • LINEAR SCALE-UP CAPACITY EXPANSION
    • TABLE 115 COMPANIES ATTEMPTING LINEAR SCALE-UP CAPACITY EXPANSION
  • MARKET LEADERSHIP
  • TABLE 116 TOP FIVE COUNTRIES IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS RANKED BY MARKET LEADERSHIP
  • ANALYSIS OF MARKET FACTORS AND COMPANY IPO PERFORMANCE
  • TABLE 117 COMPANIES IN THE GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS PORTFOLIO WHO ARE GOING PUBLIC
    • PRIVATE PLACEMENT DEALS FOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS COMPANIES
    • FIGURE 4 PRIVATE PLACEMENT DEALS FOR BIOFUELS COMPANIES, 2009-2012*
    • MARKET CONDITIONS AND IPO PERFORMANCE
  • TABLE 118 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 9, 2012
  • TABLE 119 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 22, 2012
  • TABLE 120 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 28, 2012
  • TABLE 121 PERFORMANCE OF BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, APRIL 27, 2012
    • PERFORMANCE IN 2013
    • TABLE 122 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, JANUARY 13, 2013
    • ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS COMPANY MARKET PERFORMANCE
    • TABLE 123 PERFORMANCE OF ''BIG THREE'' ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS IPOS
    • BIOTECH IPOS AND MARKET CAPITALIZATION: STEADY PERFORMANCE
    • TABLE 124 SOLID, STEADY PERFORMANCE OF BIOTECH IPO OF 2012, JANUARY 13, 2013
    • BIOTECH VERSUS TECH IPOS
    • TABLE 125 COMPARATIVE POST IPO PERFORMANCE, BIOTECH VERSUS TECH
    • IPO PERFORMANCE FOR LIFE SCIENCES COMPANIES
    • TABLE 126 LIFE SCIENCES IPO PERFORMANCE BY SECTOR
      • Best and Worst Life Sciences IPO Performance
    • TABLE 127 LIFE SCIENCES COMPANIES BEST AND WORST IPO PERFORMANCE
    • PERFORMANCE OF 2012 U.S. IPOS
    • TABLE 128 PERFORMANCE OF 2012 US IPOS
  • INTEGRATED BIOREFINERY FUNDING
  • TABLE 129 FUNDING DEVELOPMENTS OF INTEGRATED BIOREFINERIES

CHAPTER 10 INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS

  • TABLE 130 GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, THROUGH 2018 (PERCENT CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS YEAR)
  • LEADING COUNTRIES IN R&D BY TECHNOLOGY/RESEARCH AREA
  • TABLE 131 GLOBAL LEADING COUNTRIES IN R&D BY TECHNOLOGY/RESEARCH AREA, 2012/2013
  • FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATES
    • U.S. DOLLAR
    • THE EURO
    • OTHER
    • TABLE 132 FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATES, THROUGH 2013

CHAPTER 11 MARKET SHARES

  • BIOETHANOL
    • ADM
    • GREEN PLAINS RENEWABLE ENERGY
    • POET
    • VALERO ENERGY CORPORATION
    • COSAN AND PETROBRAS
    • TABLE 133 CONVENTIONAL BIOETHANOL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (BILLION GALLONS /YEAR)
  • BIODIESEL
    • NESTE OIL
    • DYNOIL LLC
    • BRAZIL ECO ENERGIA
    • DOMINION ENERGY SERVICES LLC
    • SE ENERGY
    • AGRI-SOURCE FUELS
    • IMPERIUM RENEWABLES
    • LOUIS DREYFUS
    • CANADIAN GREEN FUELS
    • OTHER
    • TABLE 134 CONVENTIONAL BIODIESEL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (MILLIONS OF GALLONS/YEAR)
  • GLYCEROL
  • TABLE 135 GLYCEROL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (MILLIONS TONS/YEAR)
  • INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANY SHARES
  • TABLE 136 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANY MARKET SHARES, 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
  • CHEMICALS/MATERIALS
    • DSM
    • BASF
    • BRASKEM
    • DOW CHEMICAL
    • MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL
    • BAYER MATERIALSCIENCE
    • DUPONT
    • SOLVAY
    • MITSUI
    • LANXESS
    • TABLE 137 CHEMICALS/MATERIALS COMPANY SHARES BASED ON REVENUE, 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
  • PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY MARKET SHARES
    • PATENT CLIFF
    • PHARMACEUTICAL SALES
      • Novartis
      • Johnson & Johnson
      • Sanofi
      • Merck
      • AstraZeneca
      • TABLE 138 PHARMACEUTICAL SHARES
  • ADVANCED BIOFUEL/CHEMICALS AND BIO-MATERIALS MARKET SHARES
  • TABLE 139 ADVANCED BIOPRODUCTS MARKET SHARES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLIONS OF GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 140 ADVANCED BIOPRODUCTS CAPACITY IN ASIA, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS PER YEAR)
    • BIOPOLYMER/BIOPLASTICS
      • NATUREWORKS
      • PURAC
      • DOW CHEMICAL
      • BRASKEM
      • TABLE 141 PRODUCERS OF BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
    • PELLETS
      • ENOVA WOOD PELLET GROUP
      • GENERAL BIOFUELS GEORGIA
      • FRAM RENEWABLE FUELS
      • DRAX GROUP
      • GERMAN PELLETS
      • ZILKHA BIOMASS
      • NEW BIOMASS
      • VEGA BIOFUELS
      • THERMOGEN INDUSTRIES
      • TABLE 142 GLOBAL PELLET COMPANIES MARKET SHARES, 2012 (TONS PER YEAR/%)

CHAPTER 12 REGULATIONS, LEGISLATION, MANDATES, POLICIES, AND INCENTIVES

  • INTRODUCTION
  • TABLE 143 POLICIES AND LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
  • REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION
  • TABLE 144 REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE BIO-DERIVED INDUSTRY
  • MANDATES AND SUPPORT POLICIES
  • TABLE 145 COUNTRIES WITH RENEWABLE POLICIES
    • U.S. BIOFUELS TARGETS MANDATED BY EISA
    • TABLE 146 U.S. BIOFUELS TARGETS MANDATED BY EISA (BILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
    • MANDATES CURRENTLY IN PLACE IN OTHER COUNTRIES
    • TABLE 147 MANDATES CURRENTLY IN PLACE BY COUNTRY
  • KEY POLICY INSTRUMENTS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
  • TABLE 148 KEY POLICY INSTRUMENTS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
  • GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION FOR TOP BIOFUEL- PRODUCING COUNTRIES
    • EUROPEAN UNION
    • TABLE 149 ESTIMATES OF EU-27 GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
    • UNITED STATES
    • TABLE 150 ESTIMATES OF NORTH AMERICA GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
    • ASIA
    • TABLE 151 ESTIMATES OF ASIAN GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
    • SOUTH AMERICA
      • Brazil
      • TABLE 152 ESTIMATES OF SOUTH AMERICA GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
    • AFRICA
      • Angola
      • Cameroon
      • Congo-Brazzaville
      • DR Congo
      • Ethiopia
      • Ghana
      • Liberia
      • Mali
      • Mozambique
      • Nigeria
      • Sierra Leone
      • TABLE 153 COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF BIOFUEL COMPANIES IN AFRICA
      • INSTRUMENTS AND APPROACHES FOR THE SOUND MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS
      • TABLE 154 CHEMICAL INITIATIVES AND REGULATIONS SUPPORTING BIO-BASED CHEMICALS
      • TABLE 155 NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS AND PROGRAMS FOR THE SOUND MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS
      • TABLE 156 ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS FOR SOUND MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS
      • TABLE 157 METHODS AND TOOLS DEVELOPED BY CORPORATIONS FOR CHEMICAL HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND IDENTIFICATION OF PREFERRED CHEMICALS AND PRODUCTS
      • TABLE 158 METHODS AND TOOLS DEVELOPED BY CSOS AND NGOS FOR CHEMICAL HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND CHEMICAL AND PRODUCT PRIORITIZATION
  • STAKEHOLDER INITIATIVES
    • TABLE 159 STAKEHOLDER INITIATIVES FOR BIOBASED PRODUCTS

CHAPTER 13 PRODUCT PROFILES

  • BIOREFINERIES
    • INTEGRATED BIOREFINERY
      • BP Biofuels
    • BIODIESEL
      • Diester Industrie
      • Cargill, CSM's PURAC
    • CELLULOSIC BIOREFINERY
      • ZeaChem
  • BIOFUELS
    • GENETIC ENGINEERING
      • Amyri
    • RENEWABLE BIODIESEL
      • Neste Oil
    • CELLULOSIC GASOLINE AND DIESEL
      • Cyanobacteria
      • Joule
    • INDUSTRIAL ENZYMES
      • Dyadic International Inc.
    • BIOFUEL ENZYME
      • DuPont
    • GENOME ENGINEERING
      • OPX Biotechnologies Inc. (OPXBIO)
    • ENGINEERED ENZYMES
      • Codexis Inc.
    • ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS AND PYROLYSIS/GASIFICATION
      • Abengoa Bioenergy
    • ALGAE BIOFUEL
      • Sapphire Energy
    • RENEWABLE OIL AND BIOPRODUCTS
      • Solazyme
    • RENEWABLE CRUDE OIL
      • KiOR
    • ANAEROBIC FERMENTATION PRODUCTS
      • Terrabon
    • GRAIN ETHANOL
      • POET
  • CHEMICALS
    • BIO-BASED PROPYLENE GLYCOL
      • Archer Daniels Midland
    • ETHYLENE GLYCOL (EG)
      • Global Bio-chemical Technology Group (Global Bio-chem)
    • D(-) LACTIC ACID
      • Myriant
    • ISOBUTANOL
      • Gevo
    • SQUALANE
      • Amyris
    • SUCCINIC ACID
      • BioAmber
    • BIOBASED GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE (GBL)/1,4-BUTANEDIOL (BDO) AND BIOBASED ACRYLIC ACID 307
      • Metabolix 307
      • TABLE 160 PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT AND PERFORMANCE OF BIOBASED GBL/BDO AND ACRYLIC ACID
    • 1,4-BUTANEDIOL
      • Genomatica
  • PELLETS/CHIPS/LOGS
    • INTEGRO EARTH BIOFUELS INC.
    • TABLE 61 DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • BIOGAS
    • OO BIORAFFINERIE FORSCHUNG UND ENTWICKLUNG GMBH
  • MATERIALS
    • PET BOTTLE CONTAINING BIOPLASTICS
      • Coca-Cola Company (The)
    • BENZENE, TOLUENE AND XYLENE (BTX)
      • Virent
    • FURAN DICARBOXYLIC ACID (FDCA)
      • Avantium
    • BIOACRYLIC
      • OPX Biotechnologies
  • BIOPOLYMERS
    • BRASKEM
  • BIOCOMPOSITES
    • GS CONSULTING) AND ENGINEERED NATURAL COMPOSITES CORP.
  • BIOPOWER
    • ELECTRICITY
      • Foster Wheeler AG
    • SELLING EXCESS BIOMASS POWER
      • Florida Public Utilities Company (FPUC)
    • BIOMASS WASTE UTILIZATION
      • Waste Management Inc.
    • WOOD PELLETS
      • German Pellets
  • SEEDS
    • AMYLASE CORN
      • Syngenta
  • BIO DRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS
    • BIO-PHARMING
      • Protalix Biotherapeutics
    • NATURAL SKINCARE PRODUCTS
      • Planet Botanicals
    • VANILLIN
      • Evolva
    • GENETICALLY MODIFIED YEAST
      • Mascoma
    • VALENCENE (CITRUS FLAVORING)
      • Isobionics Natural Ingredients
  • MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
    • ENGINEERED INSECT STRAINS
      • Oxitec
    • ATTENUATED VIRUS CULTURES
      • Synthetic Genomics Vaccines
    • CEPHALEXIN
      • DSM
    • PALIFOSFAMIDE
      • Ziopharm Oncology
    • GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PLANT CELLS
      • Protalix Biotherapeutics
    • BOTANICAL PREPARATION
      • Napo Pharmaceuticals

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY CATEGORY AND MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • TABLE 1 BIOBASED PRODUCTS CASCADING PYRAMID BY SECTOR
  • TABLE 2 INCREASING VALUE OF HERBAL PRODUCTS WITH PROCESSING AND STANDARDIZATION ALONG THE CASCADING PYRAMID
  • TABLE 3 CATEGORIZATION AND SEGMENTATION OF BIOPRODUCTS
  • TABLE 4 COMPARATIVE PRODUCTION OF PLATFORM AND HIGH VALUE COMPOUNDS BASED ON PETROCHEMICAL (BLACK CARBON) AND BIOMASS (GREEN CARBON) FEEDSTOCKS
  • TABLE 5 SOME BENEFITS OF BIOPRODUCTS
  • TABLE 6 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY CATEGORY, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 7 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 8 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED NON-ENERGETIC MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 9 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKETS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED VERSUS GLOBAL GDP, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 10 TOTAL GLOBAL BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION TONS)
  • TABLE 11 GLOBAL NON-FOOD BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION TONS)
  • TABLE 12 GLOBAL BIOMASS DEMAND BY USE, THROUGH 2018 ($BILLION PER YEAR)
  • TABLE 13 GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET VERSUS GLOBAL GDP, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • TABLE 14 BIOBASED INDUSTRY GROWTH COMPARED TO GLOBAL ECONOMY GROWTH
  • TABLE 15 OVERVIEW OF PETROLEUM RAW MATERIALS REPLACED WITH BIO-BASED RAW MATERIALS
  • TABLE 16 BIOPRODUCTS MARKET SEGMENTS DESCRIPTION
  • TABLE 17 TOTAL GLOBAL SIZE OF IDENTIFIED MARKET SEGMENTS WHERE BIOPRODUCTS ARE APPLIED AND GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • TABLE 18 GLOBAL ENERGETIC AND NON-ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • TABLE 19 GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS MARKET PENETRATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS/%)
  • TABLE 20 MAJOR TOPICS CURRENTLY BEING EXPLORED FOR SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY APPLICATIONS
  • TABLE 21 BIOBASED PETROLEUM REPLACEMENT MARKET VALUE OVERVIEW, THROUGH 2018
  • TABLE 22 IMPORTANT INDICATIONS FOR THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY, 2010-2013
  • TABLE 23 OVERVIEW OF VENTURE CAPITAL ACTIVITY IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS (2004-2011)
  • TABLE 24 NUMBER OF VENTURE CAPITAL DEALS AND TOTAL INVESTMENT IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGICAL CATEGORY, 2004-2012 (NUMBER/$ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 25 VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN BIOBASED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY CATEGORY THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 26 OVERVIEW OF MAJOR BIOREFINERY TRENDS BY ASPECT
  • TABLE 27 OVERVIEW OF BIOPRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • TABLE 28 BIOENERGETIC PROCESSES, BIOFUEL TYPES AND FEEDSTOCK SOURCES
  • TABLE 29 GLOBAL ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCT DEMAND BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 30 GLOBAL LIQUID BIOFUELS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 31 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL CONSUMPTION BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 32 GLOBAL BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 33 YEARLY RFS2 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, BY BIOFUEL 2006-2022 (BILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 34 ENERGY INFORMATION AGENCY CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS FOR THE U.S., 2014 (MILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 35 U.S. CELLULOSIC MANDATES VERSUS ACTUAL PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 36 EPA PROJECTIONS FOR U.S. CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PRODUCTION, 2014 (MILLION GALLONS/%)
  • TABLE 37 COMMON GASOLINE ETHANOL AND BIODIESEL DIESEL BLENDS AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES
  • TABLE 38 GLOBAL PLANT OIL BIOFUELS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS)
  • TABLE 39 GLOBAL POTENTIAL LIQUID BIOFUEL DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS PER YEAR)
  • TABLE 40 GLOBAL LIQUID BIOFUELS DEMAND BY REGION THROUGH 2018 (BILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 41 GLOBAL SOLID BIOFUELS DEMAND TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 42 GLOBAL PWB MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 43 GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF PWB BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION TONS)
  • TABLE 44 GLOBAL CIMSW MARKET BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 45 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR GASEOUS BIOFUEL BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 46 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOHYDROGEN BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 47 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOSYNGAS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 48 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOGAS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 49 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOGAS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 50 NON-BIOENERGETIC PROCESSES, MATERIAL TYPES AND FEEDSTOCK SOURCES
  • TABLE 51 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR NON-ENERGETIC BIOPRODUCTS BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 52 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED CHEMICALS BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 53 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-BASED PLATFORM CHEMICALS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 54 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 55 GLOBAL MARKET FOR FERMENTATION-DERIVED FINE CHEMICALS (EXCLUDING BIOFUELS AND BIOPOLYMERS) ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 56 GLOBAL BIO-DERIVED FINE (SPECIALTY) CHEMICALS DEMAND BY TYPE, THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 57 PHYTOCHEMICALS USED AS PHARMACEUTICAL ADDITIVES/INGREDIENTS
  • TABLE 58 LIST OF PHYTOCHEMICALS USED FOR COSMETIC PURPOSES
  • TABLE 59 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR PHYTOCHEMICALS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 60 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED CHEMICALS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 61 DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 62 PHARMACOGNOSY OF THE TOP TEN MEDICINAL PLANTS
  • TABLE 63 DEMAND FOR HERBAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY PRODUCT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 64 DEMAND FOR BOTANICAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY PRODUCT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 65 DEMAND FOR GLOBAL ANTI-BODY BIODRUGS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 66 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 67 GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPLASTICS BY COMPOSTABILITY, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 68 CURRENT AND EMERGING PARTIALLY BIO-BASED PLASTICS AND THEIR BIODEGRADABILITY
  • TABLE 69 DEMAND FOR BIOPOLYMER/BIOPLASTICS BY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 70 PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS, THROUGH 2018 (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 71 GLOBAL PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 72 DEMAND FOR BIO-BASED COMPOSITES ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 73 MAIN PRODUCING COUNTRIES OF NATURAL FIBERS
  • TABLE 74 DEMAND FOR NATURAL FIBERS COMPOSITES BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 75 PROCESS FLOW OF BIOMASS FEEDSTOCKS TO BIOBASED PRODUCTS TO MARKET APPLICATIONS
  • TABLE 76 BIOPRODUCT APPLICATIONS BY END USE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 77 THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY GENERATIONS MATRIX BY FEEDSTOCK
  • TABLE 78 DEMAND FOR BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY GENERATION, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 79 CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY
  • TABLE 80 DEMAND FOR BIOREFINERY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 81 DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 82 PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 83 NUMBER OF REGISTERED BIOREFINERY PATENTS PER YEAR, THROUGH 2013
  • TABLE 84 BIOFUEL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 85 BIO-BASED CHEMICALS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 86 BIO-BASED PLASTICS/POLYMERS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 87 BIOCOMPOSITE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 88 BIO-BASED MEDICINE/HEALTH PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 89 BIOGAS SEGMENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 90 WOOD PELLETS/CHIPS/LOGS/WASTE-TO-ENERGY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 91 BIOREFINERY INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND VALUE-ADDED ACTIVITIES
  • TABLE 92 BIOREFINERY INDUSTRY ACTIVITY SECTORS
  • TABLE 93 ECONOMICS OF BIOREFINERIES ($)
  • TABLE 94 BASIC PATHWAYS FOR THE PROVISION OF DERIVED-PRODUCTS FROM BIOMASS
  • TABLE 95 UPSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
  • TABLE 96 MIDSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
  • TABLE 97 VALUE UNLOCKING (RESIDUES)
  • TABLE 98 VALUE CREATION (NEW FEEDSTOCK/PRODUCTS)
  • TABLE 99 VALUE ADDING (EXISTING FEEDSTOCKS)
  • TABLE 100 DOWNSTREAM ADVANCED BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN
  • TABLE 101 COSTING AND PRICING IN A BIOPRODUCTS VALUE CHAIN
  • TABLE 102 ESTIMATED NUMBER OF JOBS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 103 EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 104 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF A 10 MILLION GALLON BIODIESEL PLANT IN THE U.S.* ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 105 THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY, MULTI-COMPANY BIOREFINERY LANDSCAPE
  • TABLE 106 NUMBER OF BIOGREEN TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIC INVESTORS
  • TABLE 107 MAJOR BLUE CHIP COMPANY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
  • TABLE 108 COMPANIES WITH SIGNIFICANT CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP
  • TABLE 109 JOINT VENTURES
  • TABLE 110 STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN BIOBASED CHEMICALS
  • TABLE 111 STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
  • TABLE 112 PETROCHEMICAL FEEDSTOCK PRICE, THROUGH 2018 1
  • TABLE 113 ETHANOL/CORN PRICE RATIO
  • TABLE 114 ISSUES DEFINING THE RACE FOR SCALE
  • TABLE 115 COMPANIES ATTEMPTING LINEAR SCALE-UP CAPACITY EXPANSION
  • TABLE 116 TOP FIVE COUNTRIES IN BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS RANKED BY MARKET LEADERSHIP
  • TABLE 117 COMPANIES IN THE GLOBAL BIOPRODUCTS PORTFOLIO WHO ARE GOING PUBLIC
  • TABLE 118 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 9, 2012
  • TABLE 119 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 22, 2012
  • TABLE 120 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, FEBRUARY 28, 2012
  • TABLE 121 PERFORMANCE OF BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, APRIL 27, 2012
  • TABLE 122 PERFORMANCE OF THE BIG SEVEN ADVANCED BIOFUELS IPOS, JANUARY 13, 2013
  • TABLE 123 PERFORMANCE OF ''BIG THREE'' ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS IPOS
  • TABLE 124 SOLID, STEADY PERFORMANCE OF BIOTECH IPO OF 2012, JANUARY 13, 2013
  • TABLE 125 COMPARATIVE POST IPO PERFORMANCE, BIOTECH VERSUS TECH
  • TABLE 126 LIFE SCIENCES IPO PERFORMANCE BY SECTOR
  • TABLE 127 LIFE SCIENCES COMPANIES BEST AND WORST IPO PERFORMANCE
  • TABLE 128 PERFORMANCE OF 2012 US IPOS
  • TABLE 129 FUNDING DEVELOPMENTS OF INTEGRATED BIOREFINERIES
  • TABLE 130 GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, THROUGH 2018 (PERCENT CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS YEAR)
  • TABLE 131 GLOBAL LEADING COUNTRIES IN R&D BY TECHNOLOGY/RESEARCH AREA, 2012/2013
  • TABLE 132 FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATES, THROUGH 2013
  • TABLE 133 CONVENTIONAL BIOETHANOL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (BILLION GALLONS /YEAR)
  • TABLE 134 CONVENTIONAL BIODIESEL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (MILLIONS OF GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 135 GLYCEROL MARKET SHARES, 2012 (MILLIONS TONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 136 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANY MARKET SHARES, 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 137 CHEMICALS/MATERIALS COMPANY SHARES BASED ON REVENUE, 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 138 PHARMACEUTICAL SHARES
  • TABLE 139 ADVANCED BIOPRODUCTS MARKET SHARES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLIONS OF GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 140 ADVANCED BIOPRODUCTS CAPACITY IN ASIA, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION GALLONS PER YEAR)
  • TABLE 141 PRODUCERS OF BIO-BASED, POTENTIALLY BIO-BASED AND BIODEGRADABLE PLASTICS (1,000 TONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 142 GLOBAL PELLET COMPANIES MARKET SHARES, 2012 (TONS PER YEAR/%)
  • TABLE 143 POLICIES AND LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE BIO-DERIVED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 144 REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE BIO-DERIVED INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 145 COUNTRIES WITH RENEWABLE POLICIES
  • TABLE 146 U.S. BIOFUELS TARGETS MANDATED BY EISA (BILLION GALLONS/YEAR)
  • TABLE 147 MANDATES CURRENTLY IN PLACE BY COUNTRY
  • TABLE 148 KEY POLICY INSTRUMENTS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
  • TABLE 149 ESTIMATES OF EU-27 GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
  • TABLE 150 ESTIMATES OF NORTH AMERICA GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
  • TABLE 151 ESTIMATES OF ASIAN GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
  • TABLE 152 ESTIMATES OF SOUTH AMERICA GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES, INCLUDING MANDATES, FOR LIQUID BIOFUELS USED IN TRANSPORTATION
  • TABLE 153 COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF BIOFUEL COMPANIES IN AFRICA
  • TABLE 154 CHEMICAL INITIATIVES AND REGULATIONS SUPPORTING BIO-BASED CHEMICALS
  • TABLE 155 NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS AND PROGRAMS FOR THE SOUND MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS
  • TABLE 156 ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS FOR SOUND MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS
  • TABLE 157 METHODS AND TOOLS DEVELOPED BY CORPORATIONS FOR CHEMICAL HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND IDENTIFICATION OF PREFERRED CHEMICALS AND PRODUCTS
  • TABLE 158 METHODS AND TOOLS DEVELOPED BY CSOS AND NGOS FOR CHEMICAL HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND CHEMICAL AND PRODUCT PRIORITIZATION
  • TABLE 159 STAKEHOLDER INITIATIVES FOR BIOBASED PRODUCTS
  • TABLE 160 PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT AND PERFORMANCE OF BIOBASED GBL/BDO AND ACRYLIC ACID 3
  • TABLE 61 DEMAND FOR BIODRUGS AND HERBALS/BOTANICALS, THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL DEMAND FOR BIOPRODUCTS BY CATEGORY AND MARKET PENETRATION THROUGH 2018 ($ BILLIONS)
  • FIGURE 1 BIOPRODUCTS-ORIENTED VALUE CHAIN
  • FIGURE 2 APPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES (INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE, MEDICINE, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT)
  • FIGURE 3 OPPORTUNITIES FOR BIOBASED PRODUCTS BASED ON H/C RATIO
  • FIGURE 4 PRIVATE PLACEMENT DEALS FOR BIOFUELS COMPANIES, 2009-2012*
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