Renewable Chemicals Market (2009 - 2014)

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Report description

The global renewable chemicals market is estimated to reach US $ 59 billion in 2014 from about US $ 45 billion in 2009. Though several companies in the chemicals industry were affected by the recent economic crisis, the companies producing renewable chemicals are expected to weather the crisis. The driving force for the renewable chemicals market is the low requirement of capital for both production as well as feedstock. Moreover, consumer demand for green products and governmental support to the industry for reducing dependence on finite non renewable petroleum feedstock as well as reducing green house gas emission has been driving the market for renewable chemicals. The growth of the industrial biotechnology has also contributed to the growth of the overall renewable chemicals market due to their innovations in biocatalysis that finds extensive usage in manufacturing renewable chemicals. Renewable chemicals find industrial, pharmaceutical application as well as in consumer products.

Focus on reducing global green house gas emissions levels has led to an increase in the activities in the field of renewable chemicals. Foreseeing the rising importance of renewable chemicals the major players in the chemicals industry such as Dow, BASF have already rendered an increased attention on this market. Though the market for alcohols in the overall renewable chemicals market accounts for the largest share of the market, polymers is expected to gain the maximum growth rate for the next five years. Renewable chemicals such as polymers are expected to command significant share in the overall polymers market mostly due to their usage in making biodegradable and compostable plastics and consumer goods such as cell phones, laptops etc. Platform chemicals also play an important role in the renewable chemicals market since they contain multiple functional groups and hence present practical potential for their conversion to families of useful products.

Market estimates and forecast

The report provides indepth market estimates and forecast for global renewable chemicals market as follows:

1. Renewable chemicals – Products

Alcohols, organic chemicals, ketones, polymers and other markets.

2. Renewable chemicals - Application

Industrial, transportation, textiles, safe food supply, environment, communication, housing, recreation, health & hygiene and other applications.

3. Renewable chemicals – Catalysis

Biocatalysis and chemical catalysis

4. Renewable chemicals – Technology

Thermo-chemical conversion, fermentation and bioconversion, product separation and bioconversion, enzymatic hydrolysis, gasification-fermentation, acid hydrolysis, biochemical-thermochemical, biochem-organisolve, fischer-tropsch diesel, reductive transformation, dehydrative transformation and other technologies.

5. Renewable chemicals – Platform Chemicals

1, 4-diacids, 2, 5-furan dicarboxylic acid, 3-hydroxypropionic acid, aspartic acid, glucaric acid, glutamic acid, itaconic acid, levulinic acid, glycerol and other chemicals.

6. Renewable chemicals – Bio feedstock

Starch, cellulose, lignin and oil/fats/protein.

7. Renewable chemicals – Source

Plant biomass, animall biomass and marine biomass.

Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. This report will also provide more than 100 market tables for various geographic regions covering the sub-segments and micro-markets. In addition, the report also provides 50 company profiles for each of its sub-segments.

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1. Introduction

1.1. Key takeaways

1.2. Report description

1.3. Market covered

1.4. Stakeholders

2. Summary

3. Market overview

3.1. Driving factors analysis for renewable chemicals market

3.2. Drivers

3.2.1. Economic and environmental pressure on petroleum-derived feedstock

3.2.2. Growing popularity of platform chemicals and biopolymers

3.2.3. Growing industrial responsibility

3.2.4. Consumer awareness and end-product acceptance

3.2.5. Increased decoupling from food supply chain

3.3. Restraints

3.3.1. Problems associated with the production process

3.3.2. Cost of production inhibiting growth of polymers

3.4. Opportunities

3.4.1. Improvement in chemical conversion can improve yields

3.4.2. Opportunities presented by lignin

3.4.3. Under-penetration in Asian countries

4. Renewable chemicals products

4.1. Alcohols

4.1.1. Drivers

4.1.1.1. Multiple sources eco-friendly receive governmental support

4.1.1.2. 'green image' garners public favor

4.1.1.3. Relatively lower price-sensitivity

4.1.2. Restraints

4.1.3. C1 and c2

4.1.3.1. Methanol

4.1.3.2. Ethanol

4.1.4. C3 and above

4.1.4.1. 1-propanol

4.1.4.2. Isobutanol

4.1.4.3. 1-pentanol

4.1.4.4. 2-propanol

4.1.4.5. 2-ethyl-1-hexanol

4.1.4.6. 1-nonanol

4.1.4.7. 2-octanol

4.1.4.8. 1-octanol

4.1.4.9. 1-decanol

4.1.4.10. 1-dodecanol

4.2. Organic acids

4.2.1. C1 and c2 acids

4.2.1.1. Formic acid

4.2.1.2. Acetic acid

4.2.1.3. Glycolic acid

4.2.2. C3 and above

4.2.2.1. Propionic acid

4.2.2.2. Butyric acid

4.3. Ketones

4.3.1. Acetone

4.3.2. Methyl ethyl ketone

4.4. Polymers

4.4.1. Market drivers

4.4.1.1. Technology push

4.4.1.2. Economical benefit

4.4.1.3. Reduced correlation with food supply

4.4.1.4. At par with conventional petrochemical derived polymers

4.4.2. Restraints

4.4.2.1. Lack of cost competitiveness

4.4.2.2. Limited potential in certain high growth areas

4.4.3. Opportunities

4.4.3.1. Wider range of applications

4.4.3.2. Biotechnology companies

4.4.4. Polylactic acid

4.4.5. Polyhydroxyalkanoates

4.4.6. Polyvinyl acetate

4.4.7. Polyamino acids

4.4.8. Polyglycolic acid

4.4.9. Polyacrylamide

5. Renewable chemicals application

5.1. Industrial

5.1.1. Drivers

5.1.2. Restraints

5.1.3. Corrosion inhibitor

5.1.4. Emission abatement

5.1.5. Specialty lubricants

5.2. Transportation

5.2.1. Drivers

5.2.2. Restraints

5.2.3. Fuels

5.2.4. Oxygenates

5.2.5. Anti-freeze

5.2.6. Wiper fluids

5.3. Textiles

5.3.1. Carpets

5.3.2. Fabrics

5.3.3. Fabric coatings

5.3.4. Foam cushions

5.4. Food preservation & production enhancement

5.4.1. Drivers

5.4.2. Restraints

5.4.3. Food packaging

5.4.4. Antimicrobial packaging

5.4.5. Fertilizers

5.4.6. Beverage bottles

5.5. Environment

5.6. Housing

5.7. Recreation

5.8.Health & hygiene

6. Catalysis

6.1. Biocatalysis

6.1.1. Drivers

6.1.1.1. Improved enzymes help in better industrial processes

6.1.1.2. Benefits over chemical catalysis

6.1.1.3. High specificity and multi-step reactions yield improved results

6.1.1.4. Governmental concern over environmental issues

6.1.2. Restraints

6.1.2.1. Slower process increases production costs

6.1.2.2. Limited 'biocatalyst inventory'

6.1.2.3. Limited knowledge of industrially significant reactions

6.1.3. Opportunities

6.1.3.1. Cost-effective preparation of biocatalysts

6.1.3.2. Lowerwater and energy consumption

6.1.4. Enzymes

6.2. Chemical catalysis

6.2.1. Drivers

6.2.1.1. Faster and simpler processes

6.2.1.2. Development of heterogeneous catalysts

6.2.2. Restraints & Opportunities

6.2.2.1. High energy requirements

7. Technology

7.1. Thermochemical conversion

7.2. Gasification

7.3. Pyrolysis

7.4. Hydrothermal upgrading

7.5. Fermentation and bioconversion

7.6. Product separation and upgrading

7.7. Enzymatic hydrolysis

7.8. Gasification-fermentation

7.9. Acid hydrolysis

7.10. Biochemical-thermochemical

7.11. Biochem-organisolve

7.12. Fischer tropsch diesel

7.13. Reductive transformation

7.14. Dehydrative transformation

8. Platform chemicals

8.1. 1, 4-diacids

8.1.1. Succinic acid

8.1.1.1. Drivers

8.1.1.1.1. Commercial use for derivatives

8.1.1.1.2. Application in varied industries

8.1.1.1.3. Demand expected to see double digit rise

8.1.1.2. Restraints and opportunities

8.2. Fumaric acid

8.2.1. Drivers

8.2.2. Restraints

8.3. 2, 5- furan dicarboxylic acid

8.3.1. Drivers

8.3.1.1. Fdca derivatives have wide-ranging applications

8.3.2. Restraint

8.3.2.1. Non-selective dehydration of sugar

8.3.2.2. Lack of knowledge about polymer formation

8.3.3. Opportunities

8.3.3.1. Problem of non selective production of FCDA to be removed

8.3.3.2. Overcoming technological barriers

8.4. 3- Hydroxypropionic acid

8.4.1. Drivers

8.4.1.1. Uses only via renewable feedstock route

8.4.1.2. Wide ranging applications

8.4.2. Restraints

8.4.2.1. Fermentation routes still expensive

8.4.2.2. New catalysts increase R&D costs

8.5. Aspartic acid

8.5.1. Drivers

8.5.1.1. Several benefits to producers

8.5.1.2. Market potential for amino analogs

8.5.2. Opportunities

8.5.2.1. An alternative direct fermentation route

8.5.2.2. Better quality products

8.6. Glucaric acid

8.7. Glutamic acid

8.8. Itaconic acid

8.9. Levulinic acid

8.9.1. Drivers

8.9.1.1. All derivatives of levulinic acid of significant value

8.9.2. Opportunities

8.10. Glycerol

8.10.1. Drivers

8.10.1.1. Demand associated with that of biodiesel

8.10.1.2. Cost effectiveness and biodegradable products

8.10.2. Restraints

8.10.3. Opportunities

9. Biofeedstock and source

10. Geographic analysis

10.1. The u.s. Renewable chemicals market

10.2. The european renewable chemicals market

10.3. The asian renewable chemicals market

11. Company profiles

11.1. Abengoa bioenergy

11.2. Altus pharmaceuticals

11.3. Archer-daniels-midland company

11.4. Arkenol

11.5. Avantium technologies

11.6. Basf

11.7. Bio-amber

11.8. Bio-mer

11.9. Bluefire ethanol

11.10. Braskem

11.11. Cargill inc.

11.12. Chevron corporation

11.13. Codexis, inc.

11.14. Croda inc.

11.15. Degussa evonik

11.16. Dow chemical company

11.17. Dsm

11.18. Dupont

11.19. Eastman chemicals

11.20. Ensyn technologies inc.

11.21. Genecor international, inc.

11.22. General biomass company

11.23. Greenfield ethanol, inc.

11.24. Gushan environmental energy

11.25. Ineos bio

11.26. Innovia films

11.27. Inventure chemicals

11.28. Iogen corporation

11.29. Materia, inc.

11.30. Nature works llc

11.31. Novozymes

11.32. Panda ethanol

11.33. Purac biochem bv

11.34. Pure vision technology

11.35. Sapphire energy, inc.

11.36. Seambiotic

11.37. Solvay chemicals

11.38. Spartan chemical company inc.

11.39. Uop llc

11.40. Verenium corporation

12. Patent analysis

12.1. Appendix

12.1.1. U.s. Patents

12.1.2. E.u. Patents

12.1.3. Asia patents

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL renewable chemicals MARKET 2007 – 2014 ($thousands)

1. TABLE 1 GLOBAL renewable alcohol MARKET, by products 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

2. TABLE 2 GLOBAL renewable alcohol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

3. TABLE 3 major players and product developments

4. TABLE 4 GLOBAL renewable C1 and C2 alcohol MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

5. TABLE 5 GLOBAL renewable C1 and C2 alcohol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

6. TABLE 6 GLOBAL renewable methanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

7. TABLE 7 GLOBAL renewable ethanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

8. TABLE 8 GLOBAL renewable C3 and above Alcohol MARKET, by product 2007 – 2014 ($thousands)

9. TABLE 9 GLOBAL renewable C3 and above Alcohol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

10. TABLE 10 GLOBAL renewable 1-propanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

11. TABLE 11 GLOBAL renewable Iso-butanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

12. TABLE 12 GLOBAL renewable 1-pentanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

13. TABLE 13 GLOBAL renewable 2-propanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

14. TABLE 14 GLOBAL renewable 2-ethyl-1-hexanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

15. TABLE 15 GLOBAL renewable 1-nonanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

16. TABLE 16 GLOBAL renewable 2-octanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

17. TABLE 17 GLOBAL renewable 1-octanol MARKET, by geography 2007 – 2014 ($thousands)

18. TABLE 18 GLOBAL renewable 1-decanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

19. TABLE 19 GLOBAL renewable 1-dodecanol MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

20. TABLE 20 GLOBAL renewable organic acids MARKET, by products 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

21. TABLE 21 GLOBAL renewable organic acids MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

22. TABLE 22 GLOBAL renewable C1 and c2 acids MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

23. TABLE 23 GLOBAL renewable C1 and c2 acids MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

24. TABLE 24 GLOBAL renewable formic acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

25. TABLE 25 GLOBAL renewable acetic acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

26. TABLE 26 GLOBAL renewable glycolic acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

27. TABLE 27 GLOBAL renewable C3 and above acids MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

28. TABLE 28 GLOBAL renewable C3 and above acids MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

29. TABLE 29 GLOBAL renewable propionic acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

30. TABLE 30 GLOBAL renewable butyric acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

31. TABLE 31 GLOBAL renewable ketones MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

32. TABLE 32 GLOBAL renewable ketones MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

33. TABLE 33 GLOBAL renewable Acetone MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

34. TABLE 34 GLOBAL renewable methyl ethyl ketone MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

35. TABLE 35 GLOBAL renewable polymers MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

36. TABLE 36 GLOBAL renewable polymers MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

37. TABLE 37 major players and product developments

38. TABLE 38 GLOBAL renewable polylactic acid MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

39. TABLE 39 GLOBAL renewable polyhydroxyalkanoates MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

40. TABLE 40 GLOBAL renewable polyvinyl acetate MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

41. TABLE 41 GLOBAL renewable polyamino acids MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

42. TABLE 42 GLOBAL renewable polglycolic acid MARKET, by geography, 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

43. TABLE 43 GLOBAL renewable polyacrylamide MARKET, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

44. TABLE 44 GLOBAL industrial MARKET, by application 2007 – 2014 ($thousands)

45. TABLE 45 GLOBAL transportation MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

46. TABLE 46 GLOBAL textiles MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

47. TABLE 47 GLOBAL food preservation & production enhancement MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

48. TABLE 48 GLOBAL environment MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

49. TABLE 49 GLOBAL housing MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

50. TABLE 50 GLOBAL recreation MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

51. TABLE 51 GLOBAL health & hygiene MARKET, by application 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

52. TABLE 52 GLOBAL Catalysis MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($millions)

53. TABLE 53 major players and product developments

54. TABLE 54 GLOBAL bioCatalysis MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($millions)

55. TABLE 55 GLOBAL chemical catalysis MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($millions)

56. TABLE 56 GLOBAL technology MARKET 2007 - 2014 ($thousands)

57. TABLE 57 major players and product developments

58. TABLE 58 GLOBAL platform chemicals MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($millions)

59. TABLE 59 major players and product developments

60. TABLE 60 GLOBAL 1, 4-diacids MARKET, by product 2007 - 2014 ($millions)

61. TABLE 61 GLOBAL renewable chemicals MARKET 2007 - 2014 ($ millions)

62. TABLE 62 U.S renewable chemicals MARKET 2007 - 2014 ($ millions)

63. TABLE 63 european renewable chemicals MARKET 2007 - 2014 ($ millions)

64. TABLE 64 asian renewable chemicals MARKET 2007 - 2014 ($ thousands)

LIST OF FIGURES

1. FIGURE 1 PARENTAL STRUCTURE OF renewable chemicals MARKET

2. FIGURE 2 EVOLUTION OF renewable chemicals

3. FIGURE 3 DRIVING FACTORS ANALYSIS FOR renewable chemicals MARKET

4. Figure 4 Production of ethanol from cellulose

5. Figure 5 FAVORABILITY of biopolymers

6. Figure 6 Analysis of the market potential of renewable chemicals under four distinct scenarios

7. Figure 7 Relation among renewable chemicals, biocatalysis, and chemical catalysis

8. Figure 8 Market potential for renewable platform chemicals

9. Figure 9 expected renewable chemicals application in 2009

10. Figure 10 biofeedstock utilization in renewable chemicals

11. Figure 11 source of renewable chemicals

12. FIGURE 12 GEOGRAPHic SEGMENTATION OF renewable chemicals patents

13. FIGURE 13 product SEGMENTATION OF renewable chemicals patents

14. FIGURE 14 company WISE SEGMENTATION OF renewable chemicals patents

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