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バイオ燃料用酵素市場- 世界の産業規模、シェア、動向、機会、予測、タイプ別、用途別、地域別、競合別、2019年~2029年

Biofuel Enzymes Market - Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Opportunity, and Forecast, Segmented By Type, Application, By Region and Competition, 2019-2029F

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バイオ燃料用酵素市場- 世界の産業規模、シェア、動向、機会、予測、タイプ別、用途別、地域別、競合別、2019年~2029年
出版日: 2024年04月15日
発行: TechSci Research
ページ情報: 英文 180 Pages
納期: 2~3営業日
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概要

バイオ燃料用酵素の世界市場は、2023年に12億3,000万米ドルと評価され、2029年までのCAGRは7.78%で、予測期間中に目覚ましい成長を予測しています。

バイオ燃料用酵素市場は、環境の持続可能性に対する懸念の高まりと代替エネルギー源を見つける必要性から、年々成長を遂げています。酵素は、複雑なバイオマスを単純な糖に分解する触媒としてバイオ燃料生産に重要な役割を果たしており、これを発酵させてバイオエタノールやバイオディーゼルなどのバイオ燃料を生産することができます。世界のバイオ燃料用酵素市場に影響を与える主な要因には、バイオ燃料産業の成長、ひいてはバイオ燃料生産に使用される酵素の需要に大きな影響を与える可能性のある、世界各国政府による支援政策やインセンティブが含まれます。トウモロコシ、サトウキビ、セルロース系原料などのバイオマス原料の入手可能性とコストは、バイオ燃料への変換に使用される酵素の需要に影響を与える可能性があります。酵素を含むバイオ燃料生産技術の研究開発への投資は、技術革新を促進し、市場の成長につながる可能性があります。全体的なエネルギー需要と温室効果ガス排出削減の必要性は、バイオ燃料の採用を促進し、結果としてバイオ燃料用酵素市場に影響を与える可能性があります。新興市場におけるバイオ燃料と関連酵素技術の採用は、経済成長、エネルギー安全保障、環境問題などの要因によって影響を受ける可能性があります。

主な市場促進要因

新製品発売によるバイオ燃料用酵素市場の活性化

バイオディーゼル用途の急増

研究開発の増加

主な市場課題

技術の複雑さと開発コスト

代替技術との競合

主な市場動向

第二世代バイオ燃料へのシフト

持続可能なバイオリファイナリーへの注目の高まり

セグメント別インサイト

タイプ別インサイト

用途別インサイト

地域別インサイト

目次

第1章 概要

第2章 調査手法

第3章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第4章 バイオ燃料用酵素の世界市場展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別(セルラーゼ、アミラーゼ、キシラナーゼ、リパーゼ、その他)
    • 用途別(リグノセルロース系エタノール、バイオディーゼル、トウモロコシ/デンプンベースエタノール、その他)
    • 企業別(2023年)
    • 地域別
  • 市場マップ

第5章 北米のバイオ燃料用酵素市場の展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別
    • 用途別
    • 国別
  • 北米:国別分析
    • 米国
    • カナダ
    • メキシコ

第6章 欧州のバイオ燃料用酵素市場の展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別
    • 用途別
    • 国別
  • 欧州国別分析
    • フランス
    • 英国
    • イタリア
    • ドイツ
    • スペイン

第7章 アジア太平洋のバイオ燃料用酵素市場の展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別
    • 用途別
    • 国別
  • アジア太平洋:国別分析
    • 中国
    • インド
    • 日本
    • オーストラリア
    • 韓国

第8章 南米のバイオ燃料用酵素市場の展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別
    • 用途別
    • 国別
  • 南米:国別分析
    • ブラジル
    • アルゼンチン
    • コロンビア

第9章 中東・アフリカのバイオ燃料用酵素市場の展望

  • 市場規模予測
    • 金額別
  • 市場シェア予測
    • タイプ別
    • 用途別
    • 国別
  • MEA:国別分析
    • 南アフリカ
    • サウジアラビア
    • アラブ首長国連邦

第10章 市場力学

  • 促進要因
  • 課題

第11章 市場動向と発展

  • 合併買収(もしあれば)
  • 製品上市(もしあれば)
  • 最近の動向

第12章 ポーターのファイブフォース分析

  • 業界内の競合
  • 新規参入の可能性
  • サプライヤーの力
  • 顧客の力
  • 代替品の脅威

第13章 競合情勢

  • AB Enzymes GmbH
  • Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd.
  • Agrivida, Inc.
  • BASF SE
  • Codexis, Inc.
  • Enzyme Development Corporation
  • Aemetis, Inc.
  • Logen Corporation
  • Novozymes A/S
  • DuPont de Nemours, Inc.

第14章 戦略的提言

第15章 免責事項

目次
Product Code: 3722

Global Biofuel Enzymes Market was valued at USD 1.23 Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to project impressive growth in the forecast period with a CAGR of 7.78% through 2029. The biofuel enzyme market has been experiencing growth over the years due to increasing concerns about environmental sustainability and the need to find alternative energy sources. Enzymes play a crucial role in biofuel production by catalyzing the breakdown of complex biomass into simple sugars, which can then be fermented to produce biofuels like bioethanol and biodiesel. Key factors influencing the global biofuel enzyme market include supportive policies and incentives from governments worldwide which can significantly impact the growth of the biofuel industry and, consequently, the demand for enzymes used in biofuel production. The availability and cost of biomass feedstocks like corn, sugarcane, and cellulosic materials can influence the demand for enzymes used in their conversion to biofuels. Investment in research and development of biofuel production technologies, including enzymes, can drive innovations and lead to market growth. The overall demand for energy and the need for reducing greenhouse gas emissions can drive the adoption of biofuels and, consequently, impacting the biofuel enzyme market. The adoption of biofuels and related enzyme technologies in emerging markets can be influenced by factors like economic growth, energy security, and environmental concerns.

Key Market Drivers

New Product Launches to Boost the Biofuel Enzyme Market

Ongoing research and development in enzyme technology may lead to the discovery of more efficient and cost-effective enzymes, boosting their adoption in biofuel production processes. Investment in research and development of biofuel production technologies, including enzymes, can drive innovations and lead to market growth.

For instance, with the launch of eBOOSTTM GT and a novel enzyme for fiber conversion, eBREAKTM 1000F, Royal DSM is expanding its product range of low glycerol yeast technology for the biofuels industry in Illinois since 2019. With up to 60% less externally supplied Glucoamalyse (GA), eBOOST GT, which has been tested and approved at commercial scale, thus, allowing for the robustness and yield benefits of eBOOST in starch fermentations.For sustainable plant economic optimization and high yield hydrolysis for the conversion of maize fiber, eBREAK 1000F can withstand a wide range of harsh conditions. In order to manage variable and fluctuating market conditions, achieve maximum profits, and minimize costs, the main focus is on high yield and efficiency in 1G and 1.5G fermentations via effective fiber and biomass conversion. As the biofuel industry is growing, economies of scale and improved technological efficiencies are making biofuel production more economically viable. Enzymes play a role in optimizing the production process, thereby reducing overall costs.

Continuous research and development in biotechnology have led to the discovery of more efficient and cost-effective enzymes. As enzyme technology improves, the efficiency of biofuel production processes increases, making biofuels more competitive in the energy market with the rising demand around the globe. Moreover, many governments worldwide have implemented policies and incentives to promote the use of biofuels as part of their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve energy security. These supportive measures can drive investment in biofuel production technologies in the forecast period.

Surge in Usage of Biodiesel Applications

Due to the increasing need for biodiesel, biofuel enzymes are widely used in the industry. Because it is a cleaner fuel, biodiesel has replaced diesel all around the world. Other than nitrogen oxides, it emits fewer air pollutants and greenhouse gases. The cost of petroleum-based products is rising, making biodiesel a more affordable alternative to petroleum diesel. Using biodiesel lessens the need for fossil fuels. With devices like the BioCube to all networks from rural networks in poor countries to metropolitan networks in affluent countries, it is comparatively easy to process as an alternative energy source.

With over 13.9 billion gallons or nearly 53 billion liters of ethanol produced yearly, the United States is the world's largest producer of ethanol for both consumption and fuel use.One of the lower-yielding feedstocks, corn and starch, are used to make the majority of the ethanol produced.

Biofuels can be produced from various feedstocks, including corn, sugarcane, cellulosic materials, and algae. The availability and cost of biomass feedstocks like corn, sugarcane, and cellulosic materials can influence the demand for enzymes used in their conversion to biofuels.

Enzymes can be tailored to work optimally with different feedstocks, making biofuel production more versatile and adaptable to regional agricultural resources.Fluctuations in oil prices and concerns about energy security can create interest in biofuels as a viable alternative. As global energy demand continues to rise, biofuels, aided by efficient enzymes, may play a more significant role in meeting energy needs.

It is estimated that the worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) are made up of more than two-thirds of energy. Coal accounted for 45% of all global emissions from fuel burning, followed by oil (32%), and natural gas (22%), according to the International Energy Agency. The European Union, India, the Russian Federation, China, and the United States combined accounted for 45% of the world's emissions from fuel combustion.

With increasing concerns about climate change and environmental impact, there is a growing demand for renewable and sustainable energy sources. Biofuels produced from biomass offer a more environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuels, and enzymes play a crucial role in their efficient production. Rising environmental concern among the population and dependency on import for oil and fuel is expected to drive the biofuel enzyme market in the developing countries. As reducing dependence on imported fossil fuels and diversifying the energy mix are essential goals for many countries. The use of domestically sourced biomass for biofuel production, aided by efficient enzymes, can enhance energy security.

Increasing Research Development

Continuous research and development in biotechnology have led to the discovery of more efficient and cost-effective enzymes. As enzyme technology improves, the efficiency of biofuel production processes increases, making biofuels more competitive in the energy market.

Scientists at the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM) have genetically modified a fungus to produce a concoction of enzymes that dissolve the carbohydrates in biomass, such as bagasse and sugarcane waste (tops and leaves), into fermentable sugar for efficient industrial conversion into biofuel.

One of the biggest obstacles to the production of second-generation ethanol is the creation of inexpensive enzyme combinations. Second-generation biofuels are produced using a variety of non-food biomass, including wood chips, agricultural wastes, and used frying oil. The method developed by the CNPEM research team lays the door for the most effective use of sugarcane waste to create biofuels.

For instance, Novozymes introduced Fiberex in 2020, a comprehensive platform that uses cutting-edge yeast strains and enzymes to turn corn fiber into ethanol. Novozymes introduced the first Fiberex products as part of the platform announcement: Fiberex R1, a technology created expressly to deliver the ethanol in distinct fiber-to-ethanol processes, and Fiberex F1, a cellulase enzyme created to deliver fiber conversion for in-process technologies.Novozymes is working with the biofuel sector through Fiberex to push the limits of corn-based ethanol, in some cases physically tearing down the distinction between conventional and advanced biofuels, thus, growing the demand for biofuel enzymes globally.

Key Market Challenges

Technological Complexity and Development Costs

One of the foremost challenges facing the global biofuel enzymes market is the complexity of developing and optimizing enzymatic processes for biofuel production. Enzymes play a crucial role in breaking down complex biomass materials into fermentable sugars, which can then be converted into biofuels. However, the optimization of enzyme formulations and production processes involves significant technological complexity and RD costs. Researchers continually strive to enhance enzyme performance, stability, and specificity while reducing production costs to make biofuels more economically viable. Achieving these goals requires substantial investments in research, development, and innovation, posing a challenge for companies operating in the biofuel enzymes market, particularly smaller players with limited resources.

Competition from Alternative Technologies

Competition from alternative technologies presents a significant challenge for the global biofuel enzymes market. While enzymatic processes offer numerous advantages for biofuel production, including high specificity, mild reaction conditions, and compatibility with various feedstock sources, they also face competition from alternative technologies such as thermochemical and biochemical conversion processes. Thermochemical processes, such as pyrolysis and gasification, involve the direct thermal or chemical decomposition of biomass to produce biofuels, while biochemical processes, such as fermentation and anaerobic digestion, rely on microorganisms to convert biomass into biofuels. These alternative technologies offer different advantages and trade-offs in terms of feedstock flexibility, process efficiency, and product yields, posing a challenge for biofuel enzyme manufacturers to differentiate their products and demonstrate their competitive advantage in the market. Moreover, ongoing advancements in alternative technologies, coupled with improvements in feedstock pretreatment and downstream processing, further intensify competition and drive innovation in the biofuels industry, requiring biofuel enzyme manufacturers to continuously invest in research and development to maintain their competitive edge.

Key Market Trends

Shift Towards Second-Generation Biofuels

Second-generation biofuels, derived from non-food feedstocks such as agricultural residues, forestry waste, and dedicated energy crops, are gaining traction as a sustainable alternative to first-generation biofuels. Unlike first-generation biofuels, which compete with food production and raise concerns about food security and land use change, second-generation biofuels offer environmental benefits and mitigate these challenges. Biofuel enzymes play a crucial role in the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into fermentable sugars for second-generation biofuel production. However, the commercialization of second-generation biofuels faces several challenges, including high production costs, technological complexities, and the lack of supportive infrastructure and policies.

Growing Focus on Sustainable Biorefineries

Sustainable biorefineries are emerging as key players in the biofuel industry, aiming to integrate biofuel production with other value-added products and waste utilization. These biorefineries utilize biofuel enzymes to convert various feedstocks into not only biofuels but also biochemicals, bioplastics, and other bioproducts. By adopting a circular economy approach, sustainable biorefineries aim to minimize waste generation, maximize resource efficiency, and reduce environmental impacts. However, the development and operation of sustainable biorefineries face challenges related to technological integration, economic viability, and market demand for bioproducts. Additionally, regulatory frameworks and incentives play a crucial role in incentivizing investments in sustainable biorefineries and fostering their growth.

Segmental Insights

TypeInsights

Based on the type, cellulase enzymes hold a dominant position in the global biofuel enzymes market due to their indispensable role in the production of cellulosic ethanol, a cornerstone of second-generation biofuels. Cellulose, the most abundant organic compound on Earth and a primary component of lignocellulosic biomass, serves as a renewable and sustainable feedstock for biofuel production. However, the complex structure of cellulose poses a significant challenge to its conversion into fermentable sugars. Cellulase enzymes address this challenge by catalysing the hydrolysis of cellulose molecules into glucose, a fermentable sugar suitable for ethanol production through fermentation processes. The ability of cellulase enzymes to efficiently break down cellulose into fermentable sugars makes them essential catalysts in the conversion of non-food biomass, such as agricultural residues, forestry waste, and dedicated energy crops, into biofuels. Moreover, cellulase enzymes offer several advantages, including high substrate specificity, robust activity under a wide range of conditions, and compatibility with various biomass sources. As governments worldwide prioritize the development of sustainable and renewable energy sources to mitigate climate change and reduce reliance on fossil fuels, the demand for cellulosic ethanol and, consequently, cellulase enzymes continues to grow. Additionally, advancements in enzyme engineering and biotechnology have led to the development of novel cellulase formulations with enhanced properties, further driving the market growth. With its pivotal role in enabling the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into biofuels, cellulase emerges as a dominant force in the global biofuel enzymes market, poised to continue its expansion as the biofuel industry matures and evolves.

Application Insights

Based on the Application segment, Lignocellulosic ethanol is derived from non-food biomass sources such as agricultural residues, forestry waste, and dedicated energy crops. Unlike first-generation biofuels, which rely on food-based feedstocks like corn and sugarcane, lignocellulosic ethanol offers several advantages, including reduced competition with food crops, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and enhanced sustainability. However, the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into ethanol requires the use of specialized enzymes, including cellulases, hemicellulases, and ligninases, to break down complex polysaccharides into fermentable sugars.

The dominance of lignocellulosic ethanol in the global biofuel enzymes market is driven by several factors. Increasing environmental concerns and regulatory initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions have spurred demand for sustainable biofuels like lignocellulosic ethanol. Advancements in enzyme technology and bioprocessing techniques have improved the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of lignocellulosic ethanol production, further driving market growth. Additionally, lignocellulosic ethanol offers greater flexibility in feedstock selection and geographic distribution compared to first-generation biofuels, making it an attractive option for biofuel producers worldwide.

Regional Insights

The global biofuel enzymes market is witnessing significant growth and is being dominated by several key regions, each contributing to the market's expansion in its unique way. Among these regions, North America stands out as a prominent leader in the global biofuel enzymes market.

North America's dominance in the global biofuel enzymes market can be attributed to several factors. The region has a well-established biofuel industry, particularly in the United States, where ethanol production from corn and lignocellulosic biomass is prevalent. The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) implemented by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandates the blending of renewable fuels, including ethanol, into transportation fuel, creating a steady demand for biofuels and the enzymes required for their production.

Key Market Players

AB Enzymes GmbH

Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd.

Agrivida, Inc.

BASF SE

Codexis, Inc.

Enzyme Development Corporation

Aemetis, Inc.

Logen Corporation

Novozymes A/S

DuPont de Nemours, Inc.

Report Scope:

In this report, the Global Biofuel Enzymes Market has been segmented into the following categories, in addition to the industry trends which have also been detailed below:

Biofuel Enzymes Market,By Type:

  • Cellulase
  • Amylase
  • Xylanase
  • Lipase
  • Others

Biofuel Enzymes Market,By Application:

  • Lignocellulosic Ethanol
  • Biodiesel
  • Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol
  • Others

Biofuel Enzymes Market, By Region:

  • North America
    • United States
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • Europe
    • France
    • United Kingdom
    • Italy
    • Germany
    • Spain
  • Asia-Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Australia
    • South Korea
  • South America
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Colombia
  • Middle East Africa
    • South Africa
    • Saudi Arabia
    • UAE

Competitive Landscape

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Table of Contents

1.Product Overview

  • 1.1.Market Definition
  • 1.2.Scope of the Market
    • 1.2.1.Markets Covered
    • 1.2.2.Years Considered for Study
    • 1.2.3.Key Market Segmentations

2.Research Methodology

  • 2.1.Objective of the Study
  • 2.2.Baseline Methodology
  • 2.3.Key Industry Partners
  • 2.4.Major Association and Secondary Sources
  • 2.5.Forecasting Methodology
  • 2.6.Data Triangulation Validation
  • 2.7.Assumptions and Limitations

3.Executive Summary

  • 3.1.Overview of the Market
  • 3.2.Overview of Key Market Segmentations
  • 3.3.Overview of Key Market Players
  • 3.4.Overview of Key Regions/Countries
  • 3.5.Overview of Market Drivers, Challenges, Trends

4.Global Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 4.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 4.1.1.By Value
  • 4.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 4.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 4.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 4.2.3.By Company (2023)
    • 4.2.4.By Region
  • 4.3.Market Map

5.North America Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 5.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 5.1.1.By Value
  • 5.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 5.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 5.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 5.2.3.By Country
  • 5.3.North America: Country Analysis
    • 5.3.1.United States Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 5.3.1.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 5.3.1.1.1.By Value
      • 5.3.1.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 5.3.1.2.1.By Type
        • 5.3.1.2.2.By Application
    • 5.3.2.Canada Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 5.3.2.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 5.3.2.1.1.By Value
      • 5.3.2.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 5.3.2.2.1.By Type
        • 5.3.2.2.2.By Application
    • 5.3.3.Mexico Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 5.3.3.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 5.3.3.1.1.By Value
      • 5.3.3.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 5.3.3.2.1.By Type
        • 5.3.3.2.2.By Application

6.Europe Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 6.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 6.1.1.By Value
  • 6.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 6.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 6.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 6.2.3.By Country
  • 6.3.Europe: Country Analysis
    • 6.3.1.France Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 6.3.1.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 6.3.1.1.1.By Value
      • 6.3.1.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 6.3.1.2.1.By Type
        • 6.3.1.2.2.By Application
    • 6.3.2.United Kingdom Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 6.3.2.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 6.3.2.1.1.By Value
      • 6.3.2.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 6.3.2.2.1.By Type
        • 6.3.2.2.2.By Application
    • 6.3.3.Italy Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 6.3.3.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 6.3.3.1.1.By Value
      • 6.3.3.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 6.3.3.2.1.By Type
        • 6.3.3.2.2.By Application
    • 6.3.4.Germany Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 6.3.4.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 6.3.4.1.1.By Value
      • 6.3.4.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 6.3.4.2.1.By Type
        • 6.3.4.2.2.By Application
    • 6.3.5.Spain Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 6.3.5.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 6.3.5.1.1.By Value
      • 6.3.5.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 6.3.5.2.1.By Type
        • 6.3.5.2.2.By Application

7.Asia-Pacific Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 7.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 7.1.1.By Value
  • 7.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 7.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 7.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 7.2.3.By Country
  • 7.3.Asia-Pacific: Country Analysis
    • 7.3.1.China Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 7.3.1.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 7.3.1.1.1.By Value
      • 7.3.1.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 7.3.1.2.1.By Type
        • 7.3.1.2.2.By Application
    • 7.3.2.India Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 7.3.2.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 7.3.2.1.1.By Value
      • 7.3.2.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 7.3.2.2.1.By Type
        • 7.3.2.2.2.By Application
    • 7.3.3.Japan Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 7.3.3.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 7.3.3.1.1.By Value
      • 7.3.3.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 7.3.3.2.1.By Type
        • 7.3.3.2.2.By Application
    • 7.3.4.Australia Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 7.3.4.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 7.3.4.1.1.By Value
      • 7.3.4.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 7.3.4.2.1.By Type
        • 7.3.4.2.2.By Application
    • 7.3.5.South Korea Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 7.3.5.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 7.3.5.1.1.By Value
      • 7.3.5.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 7.3.5.2.1.By Type
        • 7.3.5.2.2.By Application

8.South America Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 8.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 8.1.1.By Value
  • 8.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 8.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 8.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 8.2.3.By Country
  • 8.3.South America: Country Analysis
    • 8.3.1.Brazil Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 8.3.1.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 8.3.1.1.1.By Value
      • 8.3.1.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 8.3.1.2.1.By Type
        • 8.3.1.2.2.By Application
    • 8.3.2.Argentina Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 8.3.2.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 8.3.2.1.1.By Value
      • 8.3.2.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 8.3.2.2.1.By Type
        • 8.3.2.2.2.By Application
    • 8.3.3.Colombia Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 8.3.3.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 8.3.3.1.1.By Value
      • 8.3.3.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 8.3.3.2.1.By Type
        • 8.3.3.2.2.By Application

9.Middle East and Africa Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook

  • 9.1.Market Size Forecast
    • 9.1.1.By Value
  • 9.2.Market Share Forecast
    • 9.2.1.By Type (Cellulase, Amylase, Xylanase, Lipase and Others)
    • 9.2.2.By Application (Lignocellulosic Ethanol, Biodiesel, Corn/ Starch- Based Ethanol and Others)
    • 9.2.3.By Country
  • 9.3.MEA: Country Analysis
    • 9.3.1.South Africa Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 9.3.1.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 9.3.1.1.1.By Value
      • 9.3.1.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 9.3.1.2.1.By Type
        • 9.3.1.2.2.By Application
    • 9.3.2.Saudi Arabia Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 9.3.2.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 9.3.2.1.1.By Value
      • 9.3.2.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 9.3.2.2.1.By Type
        • 9.3.2.2.2.By Application
    • 9.3.3.UAE Biofuel Enzymes Market Outlook
      • 9.3.3.1.Market Size Forecast
        • 9.3.3.1.1.By Value
      • 9.3.3.2.Market Share Forecast
        • 9.3.3.2.1.By Type
        • 9.3.3.2.2.By Application

10.Market Dynamics

  • 10.1.Drivers
  • 10.2.Challenges

11.Market Trends Developments

  • 11.1.Merger Acquisition (If Any)
  • 11.2.Product Launches (If Any)
  • 11.3.Recent Developments

12.Porters Five Forces Analysis

  • 12.1.Competition in the Industry
  • 12.2.Potential of New Entrants
  • 12.3.Power of Suppliers
  • 12.4.Power of Customers
  • 12.5.Threat of Substitute Products

13.Competitive Landscape

  • 13.1.AB Enzymes GmbH
    • 13.1.1.Business Overview
    • 13.1.2.Product Offerings
    • 13.1.3.Recent Developments
    • 13.1.4.Financials (As Reported)
    • 13.1.5.Key Personnel
    • 13.1.6.SWOT Analysis Profiles
  • 13.2.Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd.
  • 13.3.Agrivida, Inc.
  • 13.4.BASF SE
  • 13.5.Codexis, Inc.
  • 13.6.Enzyme Development Corporation
  • 13.7.Aemetis, Inc.
  • 13.8.Logen Corporation
  • 13.9.Novozymes A/S
  • 13.10.DuPont de Nemours, Inc.

14.Strategic Recommendations

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