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Vol 2: Emerging Markets for Fuel, Feed, Fiber and Nutrition
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Global Algae Producers, Projects, Ventures, Technologies, Investors,
and Sustainable BioEnergy Endeavors
study is a fact-filled guide designed for investors, producers,
entrepreneurs, governments, researchers, consultants and executives. Algae 2020
provides a comprehensive roadmap for the commercialization of biofuels,
drop-in fuels, biochems and biomass markets based on site visits with more than
provides detailed case studies of leading
companies, projects, ventures, public-private partnerships, research labs, and provides a set of
scenarios, business strategies, market forecasts and an outlook for algal biofuels
and biomass product commercialization to the year 2020.
for Fuel, Feed, Food, Fiber and Nutrition
In a world of fast-changing regulations, there is a lot at stake in
the biofuels arena. In 2013 and for several years in a row,
continuing uncertainty and impending sustainability criteria in
the EU and U.S. first generation biodiesel and ethanol markets are
effectively limiting the growth of traditional biodiesel and ethanol
The full impact of these regulations in the EU and the U.S.
continues to present a major risk
for first-generation biofuels stakeholders.
In the capital markets, investors have far more confidence in market
demand as a measure
of long-term opportunity in transport fuels and petrochemical
derivatives. For this reason,
the early leaders in advanced algae and microbial fuels are
diversifying into portfolio strategies.
Over the next decade, the U.S., EU and the big emerging markets of
China, India, Brazil
and Africa will demand more energy, fuel, feed and fiber. Governments and investors are
keen to see more
algae producers rise to the challenge, demonstrate proof of concept,
and deliver on
promises for advanced biofuels, drop-in fuels, feed, food, fiber and
Algae for Emerging Fuels, Feed, Food, Fiber, Nutrition Needs
The key findings from Emerging Markets’ continuing R&D efforts in
Algae Biomass development reveal
four common elements are critical for any algae company to attract
investment and survive
in uncertain regulatory and market conditions.
The companies that have successfully attracted capital and graduated
from the lab into pilot and demonstration projects have four
fundamental elements in common:
1. A diversified portfolio of fuels, advanced biofuels, drop-in fuels,
feed, food, fiber,
biojet fuel, green chemicals and biopolymers.
2. The ability to demonstrate proof of concept to investors beyond
the lab/bench scale.
3. The production of advanced biofuels and fungible
4. Many utilizing thermochemical systems engineering platforms, or molecular biology
Algae 2020 Vol 2 provides detailed case studies of leading
companies, public-private partnerships, research labs, and provides a set of
scenarios, business strategies and an outlook for algal biofuels commercialization to the year 2020.
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For more information, visit the Algae 2020
executive summary and prospectus page
Biodiesel 2020: A Global
Market Survey, 2nd Edition
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Feedstock Trends and Forecasts
second edition tracks the U.S. and global markets for biodiesel
growth, details major feedstock trends, and provides analysis of
biodiesel consumption and production trends.
Europe, China, India and Brazil are also covered as case studies.
Proprietary forecasts developed for this study are also used to
produce 2020 "Scenarios" for the U.S., Europe, China, India and
The widely acclaimed Biodiesel 2020 study has been featured
in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Business 2.0,
Biodiesel magazine, Reuters TV, Fox News Energy Week,
Biofuels International, Renewable Energy Access, The Futurist,
and on Finland's TV network 'N" news
Biodiesel 2020, 2nd edition provides an update on the first study; further
explores feedstock trends and provides
detailed analysis of the current transition from 1st generation
biodiesel markets to 2nd generation markets for biodiesel, renewable diesel
and biomass to liquids for biodiesel projects.
2020, second edition
examines the trend towards lower cost multiple feedstocks, and
provides analysis of emerging
projects and markets for jatropha curcas, palm, soy, and rapeseed
based biodiesel ventures in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. This
study also reviews major projects in progress for lower-cost
feedstocks from renewable diesel including tallow, used vegetable
oil, yellow grease and waste recycling. Algae-based biodiesel
projects are also reviewed in detail.
This study finds the global market for biodiesel is poised for explosive growth in the
next ten years. Although Europe currently represents 80% of global
biodiesel consumption and production, the U.S. is now ramping up
production at a faster rate than Europe. With the arrival of 2nd
generation biofuels and non food feedstocks jatropha, algae and
municipal waste, it
is possible Biodiesel
could represent as much as 10% of all on-road diesel used in Brazil,
Europe, China and India by the year 2020.
If governments continue
to aggressively pursue 2nd generation biofuels research and
development; enact investor-friendly tax incentives
for production and blending; and help to promote research &
development in new biodiesel feedstocks such as algae biodiesel, the
prospects for achieving sustainable biodiesel markets may become realized faster than anticipated.
Biodiesel 2020 finds that each of these variables will be
essential to the eventual success of these targets.
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Form for Biodiesel 2020: A Global Market Survey, 2nd Edition
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