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Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market (2013-2018) - Research and Consulting Firms

Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Trends & Opportunities (2013-2018)

Publish Date:May 2013
No. of Pages:84

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US$ 800.00

Scope of the Report

The report titled “Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Trends and Opportunities (2012-2017)” analyzes the potential opportunities and significant trends in the global second generation biofuel market. The report provides detailed analysis of the global cellulosic ethanol market, with regional focus on the largest market, the U.S. The report also analyzes the commercialization phase of cellulosic ethanol for major consumers and producers of ethanol derived from cellulosic biomass in North America, Europe, Brazil and China. The report also focuses on energy policy of cellulosic ethanol production in major markets like the U.S., European Union and Brazil and analyzes the business strategies of the leading companies operating in the segment, including their commercialization plans.

Geographical Coverage

-- Global
-- The U.S.

Company Coverage

-- Novozymes
-- British Petroleum
-- DuPont

Executive Summary

Cellulosic ethanol is a second generation biofuel produced from lignocelluloses, a structural material that comprises much of the mass of the plants, including grasses, wood and municipal/agricultural wastes. Cellulosic ethanol is one of the most promising advanced biofuels in terms of its potential production volumes as well as gasoline that it will replace in near future. With ongoing research and development in the field, cellulosic ethanol is expected to become an economically viable option and the use of available biomass will be intensified which will result in creating a great source of income for the biofuel industry.

The major trends observed in the cellulosic ethanol market globally include rise in number of deals in the market, increase in government blending rate targets and reduction in enzyme costs. The U.S. is major cellulosic ethanol market with agencies working to promote the cellulosic ethanol market. Major companies producing ethanol from cellulosic materials include Novozymes, DuPont and British Petroleum. These companies are analyzed in the report with discussion on their commercialization plans and business strategies.

1. Executive Summary

2. First, Second and Third Generation Biofuels: An Overview

3. Biomass to Cellulosic Ethanol Conversion

4. Second Generation Biofuels Production Technology

4.1 Biochemical Conversion Process
4.2 Thermo-chemical Conversion Process
4.3 Hybrid Conversion Process

5. Cellulosic Ethanol Production Costs

5.1 Cellulosic Ethanol Cost Structure by Process
5.2 Cellulosic Ethanol’s Cost Competitiveness

6. Ethanol Blending

7. Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market

7.1 Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Sizing and Growth (Actual & Forecast) 
7.2 Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market Share Analysis

7.2.1 Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Share By Region
7.2.2 Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Share By Competitors
7.2.3 Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Share By Raw Materials
7.2.4 Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Breakdown By Cost

8. Commercialization of Cellulosic Ethanol 

8.1 Commercialization by country

9. The U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market

9.1 U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Sizing and Growth
9.2 U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Production Capacity
9.3 U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Sizing by Types (Cellulosic, Corn, Others)
9.4 U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Conversion Technologies in Use
9.5 Government Support
9.6 Commercial Development

10. Energy Policy for Cellulosic Ethanol Production

10.1 Current Support to Ligno-Cellulosic Ethanol

10.1.1 The US
10.1.2 The EU
10.1.3 Brazil

11. Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Growth Drivers & Challenges

11.1 Growth Drivers
11.2 Challenges

12. Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market: Trends

12.1 Rise in Number of Deals in Cellulosic Ethanol Market
12.2 Increasing Government Blending Rate Targets
12.3 Reduction in Enzyme Cost

13. Competitive Landscape: Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market

14. Company Analysis: Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market

14.1 Novozymes
14.1.1 Business Overview
14.1.2 Biofuel Commercial Deployment
14.1.3 Financial Overview
14.1.4 Business Strategies

14.2 British Petroleum
14.2.1 Business Overview
14.2.2 Biofuel Commercial Deployment
14.2.3 Financial Overview
14.2.4 Business Strategy

14.3 DuPont
14.3.1 Business Overview
14.3.2 Biofuel Commercial Deployment
14.3.3 Financial Overview
14.3.4 Business Strategy
Figure 1: First, Second and Third Generation Biofuel
Figure 2: Biomass to Cellulosic Ethanol Conversion Process
Figure 3: Cellulosic Biofuels Technologies
Figure 4: Cellulosic Biofuels Technologies
Figure 5: Biochemical Conversion Process
Figure 6: Cellulosic Ethanol Production Cost Structure for Biochemical Process (2012)
Figure 7: Cellulosic Ethanol Production Cost Structure for Thermochemical Process (2012)
Figure 8: Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market Size, 2012-17E (Billion Gallons)
Figure 9: Global Cellulosic Ethanol Market Share by Region, 2015F & 2020F
Figure 10: Global Cellulosic Bioethanol Market Share by Competitors (2011)
Figure 11: Usage of Biomass for 2G Bioethanol (2012)
Figure 12: Cellulosic Ethanol Cost Break-Up (2012)
Figure 13: The U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Market Size, 2011-17E (Billion Gallons)
Figure 14: The U.S. Cellulosic Ethanol Production Capacity (Million Gallons)
Figure 15: The U.S. Biofuel Market Size by Type, 2008-12 (Billion Gallons)
Figure 16: The U.S. Biofuel Market by Type Forecast, 2013F-17F (Billion Gallons)
Figure 17: Greenhouse Gas Emissions (CO2 grams per mile)
Figure 18:Renewable Fuel Standard for US Transportation Fuel (Billion Gallons Per Year)
Figure 19: Enzyme Costs (US$ per gallon)
Figure 20: Novozymes Revenue by Business Segment, 2012
Figure 21: Novozymes Revenue, 2009-12 (US$ Billions)
Figure 22: BP Revenue, 2009-12 (US$ Billions)
Figure 23: DuPont’s Revenues by Business Segments (2012)
Figure 24: DuPont’s Net Sales, 2009-2012 (US$ Billions)

List of Tables
Table 1: Examples of Biomass Feedstocks
Table 2: Conventional and Cellulosic Ethanol Comparison
Table 3: Cellulosic Ethanol’s Cost Competitiveness 2008 vs. 2012
Table 4: Effect of Blending on Ethanol and Biodiesel
Table 5: Cellulosic Ethanol Commercialization in Major Regions
Table 6: Commercial or Experimental Cellulosic Ethanol Plants in Denmark (Operational or under construction)
Table 7: Next-Generation Biofuels Plant by Conversion Technology (2010)
Table 8: Cellulosic Ethanol Plants in the U.S. (Operational or under construction) 
Table 9: Selected Companies Developing Next-Generation Biofuels in the United States
Table 10: Future Projections for Cellulosic Ethanol Costs (US$/Gallon)
Table 11: Cellulosic bioethanol production costs (US$/gallon)
Table 12: Cellulosic Bioethanol Producers Relative Capabilities
Table 13: Currently Operating Cellulosic Ethanol Demonstration Plants