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Top & Emerging Biofuels Market by Technology, Feedstocks, Regulations, Pricing & Commercialization Trends & Forecasts (2011 – 2016)

By: marketsandmarkets.com
Publishing Date: April 2011
Report Code: EP 1512

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The report covers the trends in production and consumption of liquid biofuels along with feedstock prices, opportunities, and regulations affecting the liquid biofuels market in Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, France, India, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and U.S. These countries are selected on the basis of their last two year biofuel production and GDP growth rates. The biofuels (bioethanol and biodiesel) production in top and emerging countries is expected to grow from 102,896 million liters in 2011 to 150,975 million liters in 2016 at CAGR of 8% for the same period. The markets representing high growth rate are Sweden (32.2%), Colombia (24.4%), India (19.7%), and Thailand (16.3%).

Biofuels are derived from biomass and waste in solid (fuel pellets), liquid (bioethanol and biodiesel), and gaseous (biogas) form. Bioethanol production utilizes sugar (sugarcane or sugar beets), starch (cereals or corn), and cellulosic (corn stover or switch grass) feedstocks.

Biodiesel production utilizes oil bearing crops, recycled greases, animal fats, and algae. These feedstocks are also grouped under first, second, and third generation. The first generationfeedstocks are regular biomass (sugar, starch, and oil bearing feedstocks), second generation are cellulosic feedstocks, and third generation are algae.

The report outlines the difference between first, second, and third generation feedstock and their predominant usage in selected countries. For understanding the fluctuations in feedstock prices, U.S. prices of feedstock are taken as representative for the global prices and their last six month variation is observed. The food vs feed utilization of crops in U.S., EU-27, Brazil, India, Thailand, and Colombia is analyzed by feedstock trade in the year 2010.

The report covers the prices of widely used feedstock in top and emerging countries. The report also covers the bioethanol and biodiesel production and consumption in selected countries and makes an attempt to analyze domestic supply and demand gap in these countries, as well as their global biofuels production and consumption share.

The report provides global overview of liquid biofuels market, market dynamics and their impact; competitive landscape, biofuels market share of major players, and patent analysis. The report also discusses burning issues like fuel vs food debate, emergence of new feedstocks, and new developments in biofuel market.

Biofuels are derived from biomass and waste in solid (fuel pellets), liquid (bioethanol and biodiesel), and gaseous (biogas) form. The bioethanol production utilizes sugar (sugarcane or sugar beet), starch (cereals or corn), and cellulosic (corn stover or switch grass) feedstocks.

The biodiesel production utilizes oil bearing crops, recycled greases, animal fats, and algae. These feedstocks are also grouped under first, second, and third generation. The first generation feedstocks are regular biomass (sugar, starch, and oil bearing feedstocks), second generations are cellulosic feedstocks, and third generation are algae.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION
  1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS
  1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION
  1.3 MARKETS COVERED
  1.4 STAKEHOLDERS
  1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  1.5.1 MARKET SIZE
  1.5.2 SOURCES OF KEY DATA POINTS
  1.5.3 ASSUMPTIONS
  1.5.4 PRIMARY CONTACTS

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 MARKET OVERVIEW
  3.1 INTRODUCTION
  3.2 BIOFUELS VALUE CHAIN
  3.3 MARKET DYNAMICS
      3.3.1 DRIVERS
            3.3.1.1 Government support through programmes, policies and regulations for biofuel development
            3.3.1.2 Lower GHG emissions
            3.3.1.3 Increasing use of diesel engines and its benefits are boosting biodiesel market
            3.3.1.4 Extended use of bioethanol blends are boosting market growth
            3.3.1.5 Volatile & rising crude oil prices
            3.3.1.6 Utilization of liquid biofuels in transportation sector
      3.3.2 RESTRAINTS
            3.3.2.1 Uncertain feed stock prices and yield
            3.3.2.2 Trade-off with vital resources
            3.3.2.3 Restricted utilization of biofuel production capacity
            3.3.2.4 Biofuel plants are capital intensive
      3.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES
            3.3.3.1 Emergence of new feedstocks
            3.3.3.2 Biofuels in newer applications like aviation
            3.3.3.3 New emerging countries
  3.4 IMPACT OF MARKET DYNAMICS
      3.4.1 IMPACT OF DRIVERS
      3.4.2 IMPACT OF RESTRAINTS
      3.4.3 IMPACT OF OPPORTUNITY
  3.5 BURNING ISSUES
      3.5.1 BIOFUEL: FOOD VS FEED
      3.5.2 FUTURE BIODIESEL FEEDSTOCKS
            3.5.2.1 Jatropha
            3.5.2.2 Algae
  3.6 WINNING IMPERATIVES
      3.6.1 NEW TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
      3.6.2 ENHANCING FEEDSTOCK SOURCING CAPABILITIES
  3.7 TOP & EMERGING BIOFUEL MARKETS
  3.8 BIOFUELS APPLICATIONS
  3.9 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
      3.9.1 BARRIERS TO ENTRY
      3.9.2 SUPPLIER POWER
      3.9.3 THREAT FROM SUBSTITUTES
      3.9.4 BUYER POWER
      3.9.5 INDUSTRY COMPETITION
  3.10 BIOFUELS COMMERCIALIZATION
  3.11 BIOFUELS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
  3.12 PATENT ANALYSIS

4 TOP & EMERGING BIOFUELS MARKET ANALYSIS BY FEEDSTOCK
  4.1 INTRODUCTION
  4.2 BIOFUEL FEEDSTOCK BY TYPES
      4.2.1 FIRST GENERATION FEEDSTOCK
      4.2.2 SECOND GENERATION FEEDSTOCK
      4.2.3 THIRD GENERATION FEEDSTOCK
  4.3 BIOFUEL FEED STOCK BY PRODUCTS
      4.3.1 ETHANOL FEEDSTOCK
      4.3.2 BIODIESEL FEEDSTOCK
  4.4 BIOFUEL FEEDSTOCK BY COUNTRY
  4.5 BIOFUEL FEEDSTOCK BY COMPOSITION
      4.5.1 STARCH FEEDSTOCKS
            4.5.1.1 Corn
            4.5.1.2 Wheat
            4.5.1.3 Barley
            4.5.1.4 Sorghum
      4.5.2 SUGAR FEEDSTOCKS
      4.5.3 LIGNOCELLULOSIC FEEDSTOCKS
      4.5.4 PLANT OIL & ANIMAL FATS
            4.5.4.1 Algae feedstock
      4.5.5 MISCELLANEOUS FEEDSTOCKS
  4.6 FEEDSTOCK TRADE

5 TOP & EMERGING BIOFUELS MARKET ANALYSIS BY COUNTRY
  5.1 INTRODUCTION
  5.2 U.S.
      5.2.1 OVERVIEW
      5.2.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.2.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.3 BRAZIL
      5.3.1 OVERVIEW
      5.3.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.3.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.4 FRANCE
      5.4.1 OVERVIEW
      5.4.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.4.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.5 INDIA
      5.5.1 OVERVIEW
      5.5.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.5.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.6 SPAIN
      5.6.1 OVERVIEW
      5.6.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.6.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.7 THAILAND
      5.7.1 OVERVIEW
      5.7.2 BIOFUEL MARKET
      5.7.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.8 COLOMBIA
      5.8.1 OVERVIEW
      5.8.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.8.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.9 BELGIUM
      5.9.1 OVERVIEW
      5.9.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.9.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.10 NETHERLANDS
      5.10.1 OVERVIEW
      5.10.2 BIOFUEL MARKET
      5.10.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.11 SWEDEN
      5.11.1 OVERVIEW
      5.11.2 BIOFUELS MARKET
      5.11.3 POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  5.12 POLICIES & REGULATIONS ENHANCING BIOFUELS DEVELOPMENT

6 TOP & EMERGING BIOFUELS MARKET ANALYSIS BY PRODUCT TYPE
  6.1 INTRODUCTION
  6.2 BIOFUELS MARKET BY PRODUCTS
      6.2.1 BIOETHANOL MARKET IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES
      6.2.2 BIOETHANOL MARKET SHARE BY COUNTRY
      6.2.3 BIODIESEL MARKET IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES
      6.2.4 BIODIESEL MARKET SHARE BY COUNTRY
  6.3 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION & CONSUMPTION

7 TOP & EMERGING BIOFUELS MARKET ANALYSIS BY TECHNOLOGY
  7.1 BIOETHANOL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY
      7.1.1 SUGAR FEEDSTOCKS
      7.1.2 STARCH FEEDSTOCKS
      7.1.3 LIGNOCELLULOSIC FEEDSTOCKS
      7.1.4 COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION
  7.2 BIODIESEL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY
      7.2.1 COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH BIODIESEL PRODUCTION
 
8 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
  8.1 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

9 COMPANY PROFILES
  9.1 ABENGOA BIOENERGY
      9.1.1 OVERVIEW
      9.1.2 FINANCIALS
      9.1.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.1.4 STRATEGY
      9.1.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.2 ACEITES MANUELITA S.A.
      9.2.1 OVERVIEW
      9.2.2 FINANCIALS
      9.2.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.2.4 STRATEGY
      9.2.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.3 ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND COMPANY
      9.3.1 OVERVIEW
      9.3.2 FINANCIALS
      9.3.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.3.4 STRATEGY
      9.3.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.4 AVENTINE RENEWABLE ENERGY HOLDINGS, INC.
      9.4.1 OVERVIEW
      9.4.2 FINANCIALS
      9.4.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.4.4 STRATEGY
      9.4.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.5 BAJAJ HINDUSTHAN LTD.
      9.5.1 OVERVIEW
      9.5.2 FINANCIALS
      9.5.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.5.4 STRATEGY
      9.5.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.6 BANGCHAK PETROLEUM PUBLIC COMPANY LTD.
      9.6.1 OVERVIEW
      9.6.2 FINANCIALS
      9.6.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.6.4 STRATEGY
      9.6.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.7 BECKONS INDUSTRIES LTD.
      9.7.1 OVERVIEW
      9.7.2 FINANCIALS
      9.7.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.7.4 STRATEGY
      9.7.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.8 BIOWANZE
      9.8.1 OVERVIEW
      9.8.2 FINANCIALS
      9.8.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.8.4 STRATEGY
      9.8.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.9 BLUEFIRE ETHANOL FUELS, INC.
      9.9.1 OVERVIEW
      9.9.2 FINANCIALS
      9.9.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.9.4 STRATEGY
      9.9.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.10 BRASIL ECODIESEL IND COM BIOCOM OLEOS S.A.
      9.10.1 OVERVIEW
      9.10.2 FINANCIALS
      9.10.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.10.4 STRATEGY
      9.10.5 DEVELOPMENTS
      9.11 COPERSUCAR S.A.
      9.11.1 OVERVIEW
      9.11.2 FINANCIALS
      9.11.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.11.4 STRATEGY
      9.11.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.12 COSAN S.A. INDΪSTRIA E COMΙRCIO
      9.12.1 OVERVIEW
      9.12.2 FINANCIALS
      9.12.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.12.4 STRATEGY
      9.12.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.13 DIESTER INDUSTRIE S.A.S.
      9.13.1 OVERVIEW
      9.13.2 FINANCIALS
      9.13.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.13.4 STRATEGY
      9.13.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.14 ECOPETROL S.A
      9.14.1 OVERVIEW
      9.14.2 FINANCIALS
      9.14.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.14.4 STRATEGY
      9.14.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.15 GREEN PLAINS RENEWABLE ENERGY, INC.
      9.15.1 OVERVIEW
      9.15.2 FINANCIALS
      9.15.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.15.4 STRATEGY
      9.15.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.16 IMPERIUM RENEWABLES, INC.
      9.16.1 OVERVIEW
      9.16.2 FINANCIALS
      9.16.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.16.4 STRATEGY
      9.16.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.17 INDIAN OIL CORP.
      9.17.1 OVERVIEW
      9.17.2 FINANCIALS
      9.17.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.17.4 STRATEGY
      9.17.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.18 INFINITA RENOVABLES S.A.
      9.18.1 OVERVIEW
      9.18.2 FINANCIALS
      9.18.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.18.4 STRATEGY
      9.18.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.19 LANTMANNEN AGROETANOL AB
      9.19.1 OVERVIEW
      9.19.2 FINANCIALS
      9.19.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.19.4 STRATEGY
      9.19.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.20 NEW GENERATION BIOFUELS HOLDINGS, INC.
      9.20.1 OVERVIEW
      9.20.2 FINANCIALS
      9.20.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.20.4 STRATEGY
      9.20.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.21 ODIN ENERGY SANTA MARTA
      9.21.1 OVERVIEW
      9.21.2 FINANCIALS
      9.21.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.21.4 STRATEGY
      9.21.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.22 PETROBRAS
      9.22.1 OVERVIEW
      9.22.2 FINANCIALS
      9.22.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.22.4 STRATEGY
      9.22.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.23 POET LLC
      9.23.1 OVERVIEW
      9.23.2 FINANCIALS
      9.23.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.23.4 STRATEGY
      9.23.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.24 PRAJ INDUSTRIES LTD.
      9.24.1 OVERVIEW
      9.24.2 FINANCIALS
      9.24.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.24.4 STRATEGY
      9.24.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.25 PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LTD.
      9.25.1 OVERVIEW
      9.25.2 FINANCIALS
      9.25.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.25.4 STRATEGY
      9.25.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.26 RELIANCE LIFE SCIENCES PVT. LTD.
      9.26.1 OVERVIEW
      9.26.2 FINANCIALS
      9.26.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.26.4 STRATEGY
      9.26.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.27 RENEWABLE ENERGY GROUP, INC.
      9.27.1 OVERVIEW
      9.27.2 FINANCIALS
      9.27.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.27.4 STRATEGY
      9.27.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.28 ROYAL DSM
      9.28.1 OVERVIEW
      9.28.2 FINANCIALS
      9.28.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.28.4 STRATEGY
      9.28.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.29 ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC
      9.29.1 OVERVIEW
      9.29.2 FINANCIALS
      9.29.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.29.4 STRATEGY
      9.29.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.30 SHREE RENUKA SUGARS LTD.
      9.30.1 OVERVIEW
      9.30.2 FINANCIALS
      9.30.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.30.4 STRATEGY
      9.30.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.31 SUNOIL BIODIESEL
      9.31.1 OVERVIEW
      9.31.2 FINANCIALS
      9.31.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.31.4 STRATEGY
      9.31.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.32 SOUTHERN ONLINE BIO TECHNOLOGIES
      9.32.1 OVERVIEW
      9.32.2 FINANCIALS
      9.32.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.32.4 STRATEGY
      9.32.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.33 SVENSK ETANOLKEMI AB (SEKAB)
      9.33.1 OVERVIEW
      9.33.2 FINANCIALS
      9.33.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.33.4 STRATEGY
      9.33.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.34 TEREOS
      9.34.1 OVERVIEW
      9.34.2 FINANCIALS
      9.34.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.34.4 STRATEGY
      9.34.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.35 TOTAL S.A.
      9.35.1 OVERVIEW
      9.35.2 FINANCIALS
      9.35.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.35.4 STRATEGY
      9.35.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.36 VALE S.A.
      9.36.1 OVERVIEW
      9.36.2 FINANCIALS
      9.36.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.36.4 STRATEGY
      9.36.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.37 VALERO ENERGY CORPORATION
      9.37.1 OVERVIEW
      9.37.2 FINANCIALS
      9.37.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.37.4 STRATEGY
      9.37.5 DEVELOPMENTS
  9.38 VERENIUM CORPORATION
      9.38.1 OVERVIEW
      9.38.2 FINANCIALS
      9.38.3 PRODUCTS & SERVICES
      9.38.4 STRATEGY
      9.38.5 DEVELOPMENTS

APPENDIX
 U.S.
 BIODIESEL PATENTS
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS

 BRAZIL
 BIODIESEL PATENTS
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS

 FRANCE
 BIODIESEL PATENTS
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS

 BELGIUM
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS
 BIODIESEL PATENTS

 INDIA
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS
 BIODIESEL PATENTS

 NETHERLANDS
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS
 BIODIESEL PATENTS

 SPAIN
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS
 BIODIESEL PATENTS

 SWEDEN
 BIOETHANOL PATENTS
 BIODIESEL PATENTS


LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, BY TYPES, 2010 ($MILLION)
TABLE 2 INTERNATIONAL FEED STOCK PRICES ($/TON)
TABLE 3 BIOFUEL PROCESS CONVERSION EFFICIENCIES (%)
TABLE 4 BIOFUEL MANDATES, BY COUNTRIES (2010)
TABLE 5 IMPACT OF DRIVERS & RESTRAINTS
TABLE 6 GLOBAL SUPPLY, UTILIZATION AS FEED STOCK & AREA HARVESTED (2010)
TABLE 7 JATROPHA PLANTATION INITIATIVES (SINCE 2008)
TABLE 8 NEW TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 9 SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 10 BIOETHANOL AND BIODIESEL GROWTH RATE (%), BY COUNTRIES (2009 – 2010)
TABLE 11 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 12 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 13 BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 (MILLION)
TABLE 14 BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 15 ROAD SECTOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2009 – 2016 (KILOTONS OF ENERGY)
TABLE 16 SECOND GENERATION BIOFUEL COMMERCIALIZATION
TABLE 17 BIOFUELS MARKET SHARE, BY COMPANY (%)
TABLE 18 ETHANOL YIELD, BY FEED STOCK
TABLE 19 BIODIESEL YIELD, BY FEEDSTOCK
TABLE 20 PREDOMINANTLY USED BIOFUEL FEEDSTOCK, BY COUNTRY
TABLE 21 STARCH CONTENT & BIOETHANOL YIELD, BY FEEDSTOCKS
TABLE 22 CORN PRODUCTION & FEEDSTOCK USAGE, BY COUNTRY (2010)
TABLE 23 WHEAT PRODUCTION & FEEDSTOCK USAGE, BY COUNTRY (2010)
TABLE 24 BARLEY PRODUCTION & FEED STOCK USAGE, BY COUNTRY (2010)
TABLE 25 SORGHUM PRODUCTION & FEEDSTOCK USAGE, BY COUNTRY (2010)
TABLE 26 SUGARCANE PRODUCTION (2010)
TABLE 27 COMPOSITION & BIOETHANOL YIELD OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC FEEDSTOCKS
TABLE 28 CEREALS TRADE, 2010 (1,000 TONS)
TABLE 29 VEGETABLE OILS TRADE, 2010 (1,000 TONS)
TABLE 30 FEEDSTOCK YIELD, BY COUNTRY 2009 (TONS/HECTARE)
TABLE 31 PRICES OF MAJOR FEEDSTOCKS, BY COUNTRY 2010 ($/TON)
TABLE 32 ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES (2009)
TABLE 33 GLOBAL BIOFUELS PRODUCTION & CONSUMPTION SHARE (%), BY COUNTRIES (2010)
TABLE 34 U.S. BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 35 U.S. BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 36 U.S. BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 37 U.S. BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 38 EISA FUEL PRODUCTION MANDATES  (BILLION GALLONS PER YEAR)
TABLE 39 U.S RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARDS (2011)
TABLE 40 BRAZIL BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 41 BRAZIL BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 42 BRAZIL BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY TYPES 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 43 BRAZIL BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 44 FRANCE BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 45 FRANCE BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 46 FRANCE BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 47 FRANCE BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 48 FRANCE BIOFUEL BLENDING TARGET (2010)
TABLE 49 FRANCE BIOFUEL TAX BREAK PLAN ($/LTR.)
TABLE 50 INDIA BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 51 INDIA BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 52 INDIA BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 53 INDIA BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 54 SPAIN BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 55 SPAIN BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 56 SPAIN BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 57 SPAIN BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 58 THAILAND BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 59 THAILAND BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 60 THAILAND BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 61 THAILAND BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 62 THAILAND’S FIFTEEN YEAR BIOETHANOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN, 2008 – 2022 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 63 COLOMBIA BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 64 COLOMBIA BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 65 COLOMBIA BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 66 COLOMBIA BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 67 BELGIUM BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 68 BELGIUM BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 69 BELGIUM BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 70 BELGIUM BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 71 NETHERLANDS BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 72 NETHERLANDS BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 73 NETHERLANDS BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 74 NETHERLANDS BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 75 NETHERLANDS BLENDING TARGET % (2007 – 2010)
TABLE 76 SWEDEN BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 77 SWEDEN BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 78 SWEDEN BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 79 SWEDEN BIOFUELS CONSUMPTION, BY PRODUCTS 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 80 IMPACT OF POLICIES & REGULATIONS
TABLE 81 BIOETHANOL PRODUCTIONIN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 82 BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 83 BIOETHANOL CONSUMPTION IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 84 BIOETHANOL CONSUMPTION IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 85 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL MARKET SHARE, BY PRODUCTION,BY COUNTRIES (%) 2008 – 2016
TABLE 86 GLOBAL BIOETHANOL MARKET SHARE, BY CONSUMPTION,BY COUNTRIES (%) 2008 – 2016
TABLE 87 BIODIESEL PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016(MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 88 BIODIESEL PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 89 BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION, BY COUNTRIES 2008 – 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
TABLE 90 BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION, BY COUNTRIES 2008 - 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 91 GLOBAL BIODIESEL MARKET SHARE, BY PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRIES (%) 2008 – 2016
TABLE 92 GLOBAL BIODIESEL MARKET SHARE, BY CONSUMPTION, BY COUNTRIES (%) 2008 – 2016
TABLE 93 DOMESTIC BIOFUELS SUPPLY DEMAND GAP IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES 2010 & 2016
TABLE 94 BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION COSTS (2009)
TABLE 95 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS (MAY 2009 – FEBRUARY 2011)
TABLE 96 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS, AND CONTRACTS (JANUARY 2009 – MARCH 2010)
TABLE 97 PARTNERSHIPS & JOINT VENTURES (MAY 2009 – FEBRUARY 2011)
TABLE 98 INVESTMENTS & EXPANSION (DECEMBER 2008 – FEBRUARY 2011)
TABLE 99 NEW TECHNOLOGY & NEW FACILITY (OCTOBER 2008 – JANUARY 2011)
TABLE 100 NEW PRODUCT, RESEARCH, AND STORAGE FACILITY
(JULY 2009 – AUGUST 2010)
TABLE 101 OTHER DEALS (MARCH 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
TABLE 102 EU-27 SHARE OF ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES, 2020 TARGETS
TABLE 103 GDP OF TOP AND EMERGING COUNTRIES (2007 – 2009)
TABLE 104 WORLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION (QUADRILLION BTU)


LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 GLOBAL BIOFUEL PRODUCTION, BY GEOGRAPHY (2010)
FIGURE 2 GLOBAL BIOFUEL SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY (2010)
FIGURE 3 BIOFUEL VALUE CHAIN
FIGURE 4 GLOBAL BIOMASS ENERGY PRODUCTION, BY TYPES OF BIOFUEL (2010)
FIGURE 5 GHG EMISSION OF DIFFERENT FUELS
FIGURE 6 CRUDE OIL PRICES, ($/BARREL) (JAN 2001 - JAN 2011)
FIGURE 7 CONSUMPTION OF LIQUID BIOFUELS AS % OF GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION ENERGY
FIGURE 8 GLOBAL FOOD VS FUEL UTILIZATION
FIGURE 9 GLOBAL GDP SHARE, BY COUNTRIES (2009)
FIGURE 10 GLOBAL BIOFUEL SHARE, BY PRODUCTS, BY TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES (2010)
FIGURE 11 BIOETHANOL END USE (2010)
FIGURE 12 BIOFUEL PATENTS, BY PRODUCTS (2006 – 2011)
FIGURE 13 BIOFUEL PATENTS, BY GEOGRAPHY (2006 – 2011)
FIGURE 14 BIOFUEL PATENT GROWTH (2006 – 2010)
FIGURE 15 FOOD VS FEED USAGE (%), BY COUNTRIES (2010)
FIGURE 16 BIOFUEL FEED STOCKS, BY GENERATION
FIGURE 17 CORN PRICES (JULY 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
FIGURE 18 WHEAT PRICES (JULY 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
FIGURE 19 BARLEY PRICE (JULY 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
FIGURE 20 SORGHUM PRICES (JULY 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
FIGURE 21 PLANT OIL PRICES (JULY 2010 – JANUARY 2011)
FIGURE 22 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION, BY COUNTRIES (2010)
FIGURE 23 U.S. BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 24 BRAZIL BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 25 FRANCE BIOFUEL SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 26 INDIA BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 27 SPAIN BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 28 THAILAND BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 29 COLOMBIA BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 30 BELGIUM BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 31 NETHERLANDS BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 32 SWEDEN BIOFUELS SHARE, BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 33 GLOBAL BIOFUELS PRODUCTION SHARE (2010)
FIGURE 34 BIOFUELS SHARE BY PRODUCTS (2010)
FIGURE 35 DOMESTIC BIOFUELS SUPPLY DEMAND GAP IN TOP & EMERGING COUNTRIES, 2010 & 2016 (MILLION LITERS)
FIGURE 36 INTEGRATED SUGAR MILL & BIOETHANOL PLANT
FIGURE 37 WET & DRY MILLING PROCESSES
FIGURE 38 BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC FEEDSTOCKS
FIGURE 39 BREAK UP OF BIOETHANOL PLANT CAPITAL COST
FIGURE 40 BIODIESEL PRODUCTION PROCESS
FIGURE 41 BREAK UP OF BIOETHANOL PLANT CAPITAL COST
FIGURE 42 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE (APRIL 2008 – FEBRUARY 2011)
FIGURE 43 ABENGOA BIOENERGY REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY (2009)
FIGURE 44 ABENGOA BIOENERGY REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS (2009)
FIGURE 45 ADM NET EARNINGS (SEPT 2009 – SEPT 2010)
FIGURE 46 ADM REVENUE EARNINGS, BY SEGMENTS (2010)
FIGURE 47 BAJAJ HINDUSTHAN LTD. REVENUE (DECEMBER 2009 – SEPTEMBER 2010)
FIGURE 48 BAJAJ HINDUSTHAN LTD. REVENUE, BY SEGMENT
FIGURE 49 BIODIESEL SALES BY BRASIL ECODIESEL (1Q2009 – 3Q2010)
FIGURE 50 COPERSUCAR REVENUE (2008 – 2010)
FIGURE 51 COPERSUCAR REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS (2010)
FIGURE 52 COSAN REVENUE (2008 – 2010)
FIGURE 53 COSAN REVENUE BY SEGMENTS (2010)
FIGURE 54 GREEN PLAINS REVENUE EARNINGS (1Q09 – 3Q10)
FIGURE 55 GREEN PLAINS REVENUE EARNINGS BY SEGMENT (2009)
FIGURE 56 PRAJ REVENUE (JUNE 2009 – SEPTEMBER 2010)
FIGURE 57 PTT REVENUE EARNINGS, BY SEGMENT (2009)
FIGURE 58 SHREE RENUKA SUGARS LTD. REVENUE (2006 – 2009)
FIGURE 59 SHREE RENUKA SUGARS LTD. REVENUE, BY SEGMENT

The report covers the liquid biofuels market in top and emerging countries like U.S., Brazil, France, Sweden, India, Netherlands, Spain, Colombia, Thailand, and Belgium. Biofuels are derived from renewable energy source known as biomass in solid, liquid, or gaseous form. The biofuels are receiving much attention in recent years, as they reduce carbon emissions, qualify for carbon credits, reduce dependence over fossil fuels, and utilize feedstock, which is renewable in nature. Apart from these benefits, the biofuels market is also receiving a boost from agricultural-based economies like India and Brazil due to vast area available for feedstock production. The governments of at least 23 countries have issued biofuel blending mandates, development plans, policies, and regulations for promotion and use of biofuels.

The biofuels market has seen developments in cellulosic and algae biofuel technology. These technologies/processes utilize cellulosic (switch grass, corn stover) and algae feedstock for bioethanol and biodiesel production respectively. As these feedstocks do not interfere in human food chain, they help in solving food vs fuel debate. Jatropha is another potential feedstock identified for biodiesel production and it is seen that many companies like Emami Biotech (India), PNOC (Philippines), and Abcesso Biofuels (Brazil) are acquiring fields for jatropha cultivation to enhance production for biodiesel market. These feedstocks are also classified as first (regular biomass), second (cellulosic), and third (algae) generation feedstocks.

The utilization of biofuels in transport and aviation sector is boosting their consumption and it is seen that now many automobile companies like Ford and Volkswagen are coming up with biodiesel compatible engines and flex fuel vehicles.

However, the biofuels growth is resisted by capital intensiveness of the project, uncertainty in feedstock prices, and low process efficiencies. These drawbacks are likely to overcome by developments in cellulosic and algae fuel technology and investments in new projects.

The scenario discussed above presents a promising opportunity and growth in biofuel markets especially in emerging countries. The biofuels (bioethanol and biodiesel) production in top and emerging countries is expected to grow from 102,896 million liters in 2011 to 150,975 million liters in 2016 at CAGR of 8% for the same period. The markets representing high growth rate are Sweden (32.2%), Colombia (24.4%), India (19.7%), and Thailand (16.3%). The following table gives biofuel production market by type for top and emerging countries in the year 2010.


Biofuels production in top & emerging countries, by types, 2010 ($million)

Country

Bioethanol production

Biodiesel production

Total

Belgium

367

285

652

Brazil

20,437

2,803

23,240

Colombia

400

530

930

France

1,082

1,443

2,525

India

827

20

847

Netherlands

33

190

223

Spain

689

386

1,075

Sweden

240

71

311

Thailand

393

659

1,052

U.S.

39,590

1,876

41,466

Total

64,057

8,263

72,320



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