AMR-GMO-102 - Biodiesel and Feedstocks - A Global Market Outlook

12 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster

London – “Environmental concerns on carbon emission and highly volatile crude market support increase in biodiesel consumption rate in the recent years. Anticipating strict mandates on fuel emission and eco-friendly measures by Governments, global biodiesel feedstock production is expected to reach 662.6 million tons in 2015 at a CAGR of 8.5% during 2010-2015.”

The report “AMR-GMO-102 - Biodiesel and Feedstocks - A Global Market Outlook” by Axis Research Mind delivers an in-depth analysis of biodiesel production and consumption statistics, and estimates the production capacity as well as the region-wise growth rates. An extensive comparison between the bio-diesel and petroleum-diesel consumption has been attempted to showcase the growth prospects of biodiesel market. Moreover, global feedstock production and plantation areas of soybeans, cotton seeds, rapeseeds, groundnuts, sunflower seeds, palm kernel, copra, castor seeds and jatropha curcas are examined.

Report Details:

AMR-GMO-102 - Biodiesel and Feedstocks - A Global Market Outlook
Published: May 2010
Pages: 372
Price: USD 4,350.00

Report Sample Abstract:

World biodiesel market value is expected to reach USD$62 billion by 2015 with a supporting a massive CAGR of 27.6% (2010-2015) and production of 26 billion gallons by end of 2015. Our analysis depicts that Europe will remain as the largest biodiesel market, worldwide, accounting for nearly 70% of the total production during the period. An economic rebound in the US, post-recession, could position North America in the second place among the worlds’ top biodiesel market in 2010 with a growth rate of 12.8%. Asia-Pacific is likely tag as the second fastest growing biodiesel market by 2015, although its growth rate lags behind North America presently. Global biodiesel production capacity was estimated at 14.7 billion gallons in 2009 and expected to grow at a faster rate with fresh participations in the industry in the upcoming years. The biodiesel hubs, Germany and the USA, are estimated to maintain the largest biodiesel production capacities irrespective of the recession impacts and growth forecasts from the Asia-Pacific.

More information can be found in the report “AMR-GMO-102 - Biodiesel and Feedstocks - A Global Market Outlook” by Axis Research Mind.

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