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Global Renewable Chemicals Market to reach $76.16 billion in 2015 : MarketsandMarkets


Global Renewable Chemicals Market by Geography, Feedstocks, Prices, Applications Trends and Forecasts (2010 -2015)

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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Scope of the report

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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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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

 
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