Global Renewable Chemicals Market - By Geography, Feedstocks, Prices, Applications Trends & Forecasts (2010 – 2015)

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Global Renewable Chemicals Market - By Geography, Feedstocks, Prices, Applications Trends & Forecasts (2010 – 2015)
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This report analyzes the global markets for major renewable chemicals such as alcohols, polymers, ketones, and acids; along with the major applications of renewable chemicals. The global renewable chemicals market is estimated to reach $76.16 billion in 2015 from $36.90 billion in 2009, at a CAGR of 12.67% from 2010 to 2015. The report also analyzes various end-use segments for these products; and familiarizes the industry players with the market trends, opportunities, drivers, and inhibitors. This report identifies the factors driving as well as inhibiting the growth of each segment to support its analysis of market trends and forecasts. The market segments are sized for major geographical markets of North America, Europe, Asia, and Rest of the World (ROW). In addition to the market size, data trends, and forecasts, the report also highlights key market opportunities for the stakeholders and presents a competitive landscape analysis in which it profiles the key market developments of the top 20 companies in the renewable chemicals space.

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The present report uses the term “renewable chemicals” to refer to chemicals derived from renewable sources or raw materials. The report classifies the global renewable chemicals market into:

Products: Alcohols, organic acids, ketones, polymers, and others

Applications: Transportation, textiles, food safety, environment, communication, housing, recreation, health and hygiene, and other applications

Geography: North America, Europe, Asia, and ROW

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.3 SCOPE OF THE REPORT
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS
1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  1.5.1 MARKET SIZE
  1.5.2 SOURCES OF KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM SECONDARY SOURCES
  1.5.3 ASSUMPTIONS

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 MAJOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS
3.3 DRIVERS
  3.3.1 ABUNDANT & LOW-COST FEEDSTOCK
  3.3.2 TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS
  3.3.3 CONSUMERS’ ACCEPTANCE FOR ECO-FRIENDLY PRODUCTS
  3.3.4 GOVERNMENT SUPPORT & REGULATIONS FOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS
  3.3.5 BOOST FOR RURAL ECONOMY
3.4 RESTRAINTS
  3.4.1 PRODUCTION ISSUES
  3.4.2 COST ISSUES
  3.4.3 TRADE-OFF WITH VITAL RESOURCES
3.5 OPPORTUNITIES
  3.5.1 CHEMICAL CONVERSION CAN IMPROVE YIELDS
  3.5.2 COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITIES
  3.5.3 DEVELOPMENT OF NEW RAW MATERIALS & PRODUCTS
    3.5.3.1 Lignin
    3.5.3.2 Isobutanol
    3.5.3.3 Glycerol
3.6 CATALYSIS
  3.6.1 BIOCATALYSIS
  3.6.2 CHEMICAL CATALYSIS
    3.6.2.1 Drivers
      3.6.2.1.1 Faster and simpler processes
    3.6.2.2 Restraints
      3.6.2.2.1 High energy requirements
  3.6.3 THERMO-CHEMICAL CONVERSION
    3.6.3.1 Gasification
    3.6.3.2 Pyrolysis
    3.6.3.3 Hydrothermal upgrading
    3.6.3.4 Fischer tropsch diesel
    3.6.3.5 Reductive transformation
    3.6.3.6 Dehydrative transformation
3.7 PATENT ANALYSIS
  3.7.1 PATENT ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHY
  3.7.2 PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENT
  3.7.3 PATENT ANALYSIS BY ASSIGNEE

4 RENEWABLE CHEMICALS

4.1 ALCOHOLS
  4.1.1 DRIVERS & RESTRAINTS
    4.1.1.1 Lower GHG emissions
    4.1.1.2 Governmental support for eco-friendly fuel
    4.1.1.3 Lower price-sensitivity
  4.1.2 C1 CHEMICALS
    4.1.2.1 Methanol
  4.1.3 C2 CHEMICALS
    4.1.3.1 Ethanol
      4.1.3.1.1 Ethanol blends
    4.1.3.2 Feedstocks for bioethanol
      4.1.3.2.1 Corn
      4.1.3.2.2 Sugarcane
      4.1.3.2.3 Sugar beet
      4.1.3.2.4 Wheat
      4.1.3.2.5 Cassava
      4.1.3.2.6 Bagasse
    4.1.3.3 Production & revenue forecasts
  4.1.4 C4 -ISOBUTANOL
  4.1.5 C5 AND ABOVE – TECHNICAL OVERVIEW
4.2 POLYMERS
  4.2.1 MARKET DRIVERS
    4.2.1.1 Economic benefits
    4.2.1.2 New technology developments
  4.2.2 RESTRAINTS & OPPORTUNITIES
    4.2.2.1 Lack of cost competitiveness
    4.2.2.2 Increasing range of applications
  4.2.3 POLYLACTIC ACID (PLA)
  4.2.4 POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES (PHA)
  4.2.5 BIO-BASED STARCH PLASTICS
  4.2.6 BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE
  4.2.7 POLYVINYL ACETATE
  4.2.8 POLYAMINO ACIDS
  4.2.9 POLYGLYCOLIC ACID
  4.2.10 POLYACRYLAMIDE
4.3 ORGANIC ACIDS - TECHNICAL OVERVIEW
4.4 KETONES - OVERVIEW
  4.4.1 ACETONE
  4.4.2 METHYL ETHYL KETONE

5 PLATFORM CHEMICALS

5.1 1, 4-DIACIDS
  5.1.1 FUMARIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.1.2 SUCCINIC ACID
    5.1.2.1 Drivers
      5.1.2.1.1 Commercial use for derivatives
    5.1.2.2 Opportunity
      5.1.2.2.1 Initiatives by industry participants
5.2 2, 5- FURAN DICARBOXYLIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.2.1 DRIVERS
    5.2.1.1 Derivatives have wide-ranging applications
  5.2.2 RESTRAINTS
    5.2.2.1 Lack of knowledge about polymer formation
    5.2.2.2 Non-selective dehydration of sugar
5.3 3- HYDROXYPROPIONIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.3.1 DRIVERS
    5.3.1.1 Wide-ranging applications
  5.3.2 RESTRAINTS
    5.3.2.1 Need for new catalysts increases R&D costs
5.4 ASPARTIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.4.1 DRIVERS
    5.4.1.1 Benefits to producers
    5.4.1.2 Market potential of amino analogs
  5.4.2 OPPORTUNITIES
    5.4.2.1 An alternative, direct fermentation route
    5.4.2.2 Better quality products
5.5 LEVULINIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.5.1 DRIVER
    5.5.1.1 Derivatives hold significant value
  5.5.2 OPPORTUNITY
    5.5.2.1 Improved yields & widening applications
5.6 GLYCEROL - INTRODUCTION
  5.6.1 DRIVERS
    5.6.1.1 Increasing production of bio-diesel
    5.6.1.2 Increasing cost-effectiveness
5.7 OTHERS
  5.7.1 ITACONIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.7.2 GLUCARIC ACID - INTRODUCTION
  5.7.3 GLUTAMIC ACID - INTRODUCTION

6 RENEWABLE CHEMICALS APPLICATIONS

6.1 TRANSPORTATION
6.2 INDUSTRIAL
6.3 FOOD PACKAGING & BEVERAGE BOTTLING
6.4 TEXTILES
6.5 ENVIRONMENT
6.6 HOUSING
6.7 RECREATION
6.8 HEALTH & HYGIENE

7 GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

7.1 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
  7.1.1 NORTH AMERICA
  7.1.2 LATIN AMERICA
  7.1.3 EUROPE
  7.1.4 ASIA
7.2 GLOBAL BIOPOLYMERS MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
  7.2.1 NORTH AMERICA: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET
  7.2.2 EUROPE: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET
  7.2.3 ASIA: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET

8 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

8.1 AGREEMENTS ACCOUNT FOR 57% OF ALL STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENTS
8.2 MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENTS IN ACIDS SEGMENT
8.3 PLASTICS & PACKAGING LEADS APPLICATION MARKET
8.4 NOVOZYMES IS THE MOST ACTIVE COMPANY

9 COCONUT AND PALM OIL

9.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.2 PALM OIL BETTER FEEDSTOCK THAN COCONUT OIL
9.3 PALM OIL DELIVERS BETTER PRODUCTIVITY THAN COCONUT OIL
9.4 EXPECTED VOLUME SHIFT OF PALM OIL & COCONUT OIL
9.5 GROWING ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN OVER INCREASED VOLUMES OF PALM OIL PRODUCTION
9.6 STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

10 POLYAMIDE 11 & OTHER CASTOR OIL DERIVATIVES

10.1 KEY FINDINGS
10.2 CHINA: THE BIGGEST CONSUMER OF CASTOR OIL
10.3 PERSONAL CARE AND DETERGENTS: KEY END-USER SEGMENT FOR CASTOR OIL DERIVATIVES
10.4 POLYAMIDE 11: A KEY CASTOR OIL DERIVATIVE
  10.4.1 POLYMIDE 11 APPLICATIONS
  10.4.2 HIGH PERFORMANCE POLYMERS DELIVER PERFORMANCE AT A PRICE
10.5 STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

11 FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS

11.1 KEY FINDINGS
11.2 NEW PRODUCTS OF METHYL ESTER
  11.2.1 ALPHA-SULPHONATED METHYL ESTERS (MES)
  11.2.2 NONIONIC SURFACTANTS
11.3 PRICING TREND
11.4 INDUSTRY GROWTH STRATEGIES
11.5 STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATION

12 COMPANY PROFILES

12.1 ABENGOA BIOENERGY
  12.1.1 OVERVIEW
  12.1.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.1.3 STRATEGY
  12.1.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.2 ARCHER-DANIELS-MIDLAND COMPANY
  12.2.1 OVERVIEW
  12.2.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.2.3 STRATEGY
  12.2.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.3 BASF
  12.3.1 OVERVIEW
  12.3.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.3.3 STRATEGY
  12.3.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.4 BIOAMBER
  12.4.1 OVERVIEW
  12.4.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.4.3 STRATEGY
  12.4.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.5 BLUEFIRE ETHANOL
  12.5.1 OVERVIEW
  12.5.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.5.3 STRATEGY
  12.5.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.6 BRASKEM
  12.6.1 OVERVIEW
  12.6.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.6.3 STRATEGY
  12.6.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.7 DEGUSSA EVONIK
  12.7.1 OVERVIEW
  12.7.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.7.3 STRATEGY
  12.7.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.8 DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
  12.8.1 OVERVIEW
  12.8.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.8.3 STRATEGY
  12.8.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.9 DSM
  12.9.1 OVERVIEW
  12.9.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.9.3 STRATEGY
  12.9.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.10 DUPONT
  12.10.1 OVERVIEW
  12.10.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.10.3 STRATEGY
  12.10.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.11 GENECOR INTERNATIONAL INC
  12.11.1 OVERVIEW
  12.11.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.11.3 OVERALL STRATEGY
  12.11.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.12 GEVO INC
  12.12.1 OVERVIEW
  12.12.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.12.3 STRATEGY
  12.12.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.13 GREENFIELD ETHANOL INC
  12.13.1 OVERVIEW
  12.13.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.13.3 STRATEGY
  12.13.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.14 NATUREWORKS LLC
  12.14.1 OVERVIEW
  12.14.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.14.3 STRATEGY
  12.14.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.15 NOVOZYMES
  12.15.1 OVERVIEW
  12.15.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.15.3 STRATEGY
  12.15.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.16 SAPPHIRE ENERGY, INC
  12.16.1 OVERVIEW
  12.16.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.16.3 STRATEGY
  12.16.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.17 SEAMBIOTIC
  12.17.1 OVERVIEW
  12.17.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.17.3 STRATEGY
  12.17.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.18 SPARTAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INC
  12.18.1 OVERVIEW
  12.18.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.18.3 STRATEGY
  12.18.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.19 UOP LLC
  12.19.1 OVERVIEW
  12.19.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.19.3 STRATEGY
  12.19.4 DEVELOPMENTS
12.20 VERENIUM CORP
  12.20.1 OVERVIEW
  12.20.2 PRIMARY BUSINESS
  12.20.3 STRATEGY
  12.20.4 DEVELOPMENTS

APPENDIX

U.S.PATENTS
EUROPE PATENTS
JAPAN PATENTS
WIPO PATENTS

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GLOBAL RENEWABLE CHEMICALS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS, 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 2 MAJOR PLAYERS & TECHNOLOGIES USED
TABLE 3 MARKET DYNAMICS FOR BIOCATALYSIS
TABLE 4 RENEWABLE ALCOHOLS: GLOBAL PRODUCTION VOLUMES, 2008 – 2015 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 5 RENEWABLE ALCOHOLS: GLOBAL MARKET REVENUE, BY PRODUCTS, 2008 – 2015 (U.S.$MILLION)
TABLE 6 GLOBAL PETRO-BASED METHANOL CONSUMPTION, BY GEOGRAPHY 2008 – 2015 (MILLION TONS)
TABLE 7 CHINA CONSUMPTION & PRODUCTION FOR METHANOL 2005 – 2020 (MILLION TONS)
TABLE 8 AVERAGE ETHANOL YIELD PER CULTIVATED AREA FOR DIFFERENT CROPS
TABLE 9 ENERGY OUTPUT RATIO COMPARISON OF ETHANOL WITH GASOLINE
TABLE 10 TOP 10 CORN PRODUCERS (2005 & 2008)
TABLE 11 TOP 10 CORN IMPORTERS (2008)
TABLE 12 TOP 10 CORN EXPORTERS (2008)
TABLE 13 U.S. CORN AREA HARVESTED, PRODUCTION & YIELD (2001 – 2010)
TABLE 14 TOP 10 SUGARCANE PRODUCERS (2008)
TABLE 15 TOP 10 SUGARCANE IMPORTERS (2008)
TABLE 16 TOP 10 SUGARCANE EXPORTERS (2008)
TABLE 17 TOP 10 SUGAR BEET PRODUCING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 18 TOP 10 SUGAR BEET IMPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 19 TOP 10 SUGAR BEET EXPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 20 TOP 10 WHEAT PRODUCING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 21 TOP 10 WHEAT IMPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 22 TOP 10 WHEAT EXPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 23 U.S. WHEAT PRODUCTION & AREA HARVESTED (2001 – 2010)
TABLE 24 TOP 10 CASSAVA PRODUCING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 25 TOP 10 CASSAVA STARCH IMPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 26 TOP 10 CASSAVA STARCH EXPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 27 TOP 10 BAGASSE IMPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 28 TOP 10 BAGASSE EXPORTING COUNTRIES (2008)
TABLE 29 RENEWABLE ETHANOL: GLOBAL PRODUCTION VOLUMES, 2008 – 2015 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 30 SHARE OF ADVANCED BIOFUELS IN CONVENTIONAL FUELS (2005 – 2020)
TABLE 31 TECHNICAL OVERVIEW OF C-5 & ABOVE CHEMICALS
TABLE 32 BIOPOLYMERS MARKET APPLICATIONS, 2009 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 33 BIOPOLYMERS: GLOBAL PRODUCTION VOLUME, 2008 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 34 BIOPOLYMERS: GLOBAL MARKET REVENUE, 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 35 BIO-BASED POLYLACTIC ACID: GLOBAL PRODUCTION & REVENUE (2008 – 2015)
TABLE 36 BIO-BASED POLYLACTIC ACID APPLICATIONS, 2009 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 37 BIO-BASED POLYLACTIC ACID: MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 38 BIO-BASED POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES: GLOBAL PRODUCTION & REVENUE (2008 – 2015)
TABLE 39 BIO-BASED POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES (PHA): LEADING PRODUCERS
TABLE 40 BIO-BASED POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES APPLICATIONS, 2009 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 41 STARCH PLASTICS APPLICATIONS 2009 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 42 BIO-BASED STARCH PLASTICS: GLOBAL PRODUCTION & REVENUE (2008 – 2015)
TABLE 43 BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE APPLICATIONS, 2009 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 44 BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE: GLOBAL PRODUCTION & REVENUE (2008 – 2015)
TABLE 45 TECHNICAL OVERVIEW OF MAJOR ORGANIC ACID
TABLE 46 BIOSUCCINIC ACID: POTENTIAL MARKETS
TABLE 47 GLOBAL PETROCHEMICAL-BASED SUCCINIC ACID MARKET, (2008 – 2010)
TABLE 48 SUCCINIC ACID: MAJOR APPLICATIONS
TABLE 49 PROJECTED END-USE PATTERN: BIO-SUCCINIC ACID, 2015 (TONS)
TABLE 50 PROPOSED BIO-BASED SUCCINIC ACID VOLUMES
TABLE 51 GLOBAL BIO-BASED SUCCINIC ACID MARKET POTENTIAL (2011 – 2015)
TABLE 52 RENEWABLE CHEMICALS: TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS
TABLE 53 U.S. ETHANOL PRODUCTION: REGIONAL SHARE (2009)
TABLE 54 U.S.: ETHANOL PRODUCTION SHARE, BY COMPANY (2009)
TABLE 55 AVERAGE FEEDSTOCK PRICES IN THE U.S. 2004 – 2008 (U.S.$/TON)
TABLE 56 BRAZIL’S ETHANOL EXPORT (000’S LITERS)
TABLE 57 AGRICULTURE LAND USE IN BRAZIL
TABLE 58 AREA UNDER CULTIVATION FOR DIFFERENT CROPS IN BRAZIL
TABLE 59 ETHANOL PRODUCTION DISTRIBUTION IN BRAZIL
TABLE 60 AVERAGE FEEDSTOCK PRICES IN BRAZIL, 2004 – 2008 (U.S.$/TON)
TABLE 61 ETHANOL PRODUCTION IN EUROPE, BY COUNTRY, 2004 – 2015 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 62 EUROPE: PER CAPITA PRODUCTION OF ETHANOL, BY COUNTRY (2005 – 2010)
TABLE 63 ASIAN ETHANOL PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRY, 2008 – 2015 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 64 ASIA PER CAPITA PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRY, 2008 – 2010 (LITERS)
TABLE 65 BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 2008 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 66 BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 67 NORTH AMERICA: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 68 NORTH AMERICA: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY PRODUCT 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 69 EUROPE: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 70 EUROPE: BIOPOLYMER MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 71 ASIAN BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2015 (000’S TONS)
TABLE 72 ASIA: BIOPOLYMERS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
TABLE 73 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, & JOINT VENTURES (JANUARY 2008 TO JULY 2010)
TABLE 74 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES (JANUARY 2008 – JUNE 2010)
TABLE 75 INVESTMENTS (JULY 2009 TO JULY 2010)
TABLE 76 MAJOR PLAYERS & CATALYSIS DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 77 MAJOR PLAYERS & THEIR PRODUCTS
TABLE 78 GLOBAL INSTALLED CAPACITY OF FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS, BY GEOGRAPHY (MILLION TONS)
TABLE 79 COUNTRY WISE USE OF FEEDSTOCK FOR PRODUCTION OF METHYL ESTERS TO BE USED AS BIO-DIESEL
TABLE 80 COLLABORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS
TABLE 81 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
TABLE 82 NEW FACILITY

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 FUTURE VISION FOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS AND FUELS
FIGURE 2 COMMERCIAL STATUS OF MAJOR RENEWABLE CHEMICALS
FIGURE 3 PATENT ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHY (JANUARY 2006 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 4 PATENT GROWTH IN U.S., EUROPE, JAPAN & WIPO (JANUARY 2006 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 5 PATENT ANALYSIS, BY SEGMENT (JANUARY 2006 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 6 PATENT GROWTH IN ALCOHOLS, ACIDS, & POLYMERS (JANUARY 2006 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 7 PATENT ANALYSIS BY ASSIGNEE (JANUARY 2006 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 8 GHG EMISSION OF DIFFERENT FUELS RELATIVE TO PETROCHEMICAL FUELS
FIGURE 9 FLUCTUATIONS IN CRUDE OIL PRICES $PER BARREL (2000 – 2009)
FIGURE 10 GLOBAL PETRO-BASED METHANOL CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION (2009)
FIGURE 11 PETROCHEMICAL-BASED METHANOL PRICE TRENDS
FIGURE 12 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION, BY GEOGRAPHY (2009)
FIGURE 13 FEEDSTOCK FOR RENEWABLE ETHANOL
FIGURE 14 GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF ISO BUTANOL (2008)
FIGURE 15 BIOPOLYMERS MARKET SHARE: BY APPLICATIONS, 2009 – 2015 (BY TONS)
FIGURE 16 BIOPOLYMERS MARKET:MAJOR COMPANIES MARKET SHARE, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 17 BIO-BASED PLA: REVENUE & PRODUCTION FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 18 EVOLUTION OF BIO-BASED PLA
FIGURE 19 BIO-BASED POLYLACTIC ACID MARKET SHARE: LEADING COMPANIES, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 20 BIO-BASED POLYLACTIC ACID APPLICATIONS, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 21 BIO-BASED PHA: REVENUE & PRODUCTION FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 22 BIO-BASED POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES MARKET SHARE: LEADING COMPANIES (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 23 BIO-BASED POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES: MAJOR APPLICATIONS (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 24 STARCH PLASTICS: MAJOR APPLICATIONS, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 25 STARCH PLASTICS MARKET SHARE: LEADING COMPANIES (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 26 BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE: MAJOR APPLICATIONS, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 27 BIO-BASED POLYETHYLENE MARKET SHARE: LEADING COMPANIES, BY VOLUME (2009 – 2015)
FIGURE 28 POLYVINYL ACETATE CONSUMPTION, BY VOLUME (2009)
FIGURE 29 GLOBAL POLYACRYLAMIDE MARKET, 2008 – 2015 ($BILLION)
FIGURE 30 METHYL ETHYL KETONE CONSUMPTION, BY GEOGRAPHY 2009 (TONS)
FIGURE 31 BIO-SUCCINIC ACID: POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS
FIGURE 32 END-USE PATTERN OF PETROCHEMICAL-BASED SUCCINIC ACID, BY VOLUME
FIGURE 33 PROJECTED END-USE PATTERN OF BIO-SUCCINIC ACID, BY VOLUME (2015)
FIGURE 34 BIOETHANOL MARKET REVENUE & PRODUCTION VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY (2009)
FIGURE 35 U.S. RENEWABLE ETHANOL MARKET: PRODUCTION & REVENUE FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 36 METHODOLOGY FOR DERIVING U.S. REVENUE
FIGURE 37 U.S.: GRAINS USED FOR ETHANOL PRODUCTION (1980 – 2010)
FIGURE 38 U.S.: ETHANOL & GASOLINE PRICE
FIGURE 39 U.S.: AVERAGE CORN PRICES
FIGURE 40 BRAZIL: SUGARCANE PRODUCTION, 1990 – 2009
FIGURE 41 BRAZIL: RENEWABLE ETHANOL MARKET: PRODUCTION & REVENUE FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 42 EUROPE: ETHANOL MARKET: PRODUCTION & REVENUE FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 43 ASIA ETHANOL MARKET: PRODUCTION & REVENUE FORECAST (2008 – 2015)
FIGURE 44 MAJOR GROWTH STRATEGIES IN THE RENEWABLE CHEMICALS MARKET (JANUARY 2008 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 45 GROWTH STRATEGIES BY PRODUCT (JANUARY 2008 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 46 GROWTH STRATEGIES BY APPLICATIONS (2008 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 47 GROWTH STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES (JANUARY 2008 – JULY 2010)
FIGURE 48 TRANSFORMATION IN VEGETABLE OILS MARKET
FIGURE 49 PRICES OF COCONUT AND PALM OIL (2000 – 2009)
FIGURE 50 PRODUCTION OF PALM OIL (2004 TILL 2009)
FIGURE 51 EXPECTED PRODUCTION OF OILS AND AREA EMPLOYED (2009/2010)
FIGURE 52 CONSUMPTION OF PALM OIL DOUBLED IN THE LAST TEN YEARS
FIGURE 53 ANNUAL CONSUMPTION OF CASTOR OIL (2008 – 2009)
FIGURE 54 PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS TO HAVE HIGH GROWTH IN 2014
FIGURE 55 TREND OF GLOBAL REVENUE OF POLYAMIDE 11 (2007 TO 2014)
FIGURE 56 POLYAMIDE 11 APPLICATIONS
FIGURE 57 HIGH PERFORMANCE MATERIALS GIVE MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE AT A PRICE
FIGURE 58 SHIFT OF METHYL ESTER APPLICATION MARKET
FIGURE 59 CONVENTIONAL PRICING TREND OF METHYL ESTER
FIGURE 60 PER BARREL COST OF CRUDE OIL IN NOMINAL DOLLARS
FIGURE 61 COMPARISON OF BRENT CRUDE OIL PRICES WITH Y-O-Y CHANGES IN CPO PRICES AND PALM STOCKS IN MALAYSIA
FIGURE 62 PERCENTAGE SPLIT OF GROWTH STRATEGIES ADOPTED, BY INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS
FIGURE 63 ABENGOA REVENUE ($MILLION)
FIGURE 64 GENECOR INTERNATIONAL INC REVENUE ($MILLION)

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