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生質柴油原料:技術、合成、效率、政策

Biodiesel Feedstocks: Technologies, Synthesis, Efficiency and Policies

出版商 BCC Research 商品編碼 927578
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 173 Pages
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生質柴油原料:技術、合成、效率、政策 Biodiesel Feedstocks: Technologies, Synthesis, Efficiency and Policies
出版日期: 2020年02月27日內容資訊: 英文 173 Pages
簡介

預估全球生質柴油市場將從2019年的351億美元,於2024年成長至492億美元規模,2019年至2024年期間將以7.0%的CAGR推移。植物油市場於2019年達316億美元,預估將以6.8%的CAGR推移,於2024年擴大至440億美元規模。動物油脂市場預估將從2019年的35億美元,於2024年達52億美元規模,期間以8.2%的CAGR推移。

本報告研究全球生質柴油市場,彙整市場概要、原料□技術□合成相關討論、全球市場趨勢和CAGR預測、相較傳統燃料的優點/缺點、生質柴油效率,提供目前市場規模、預測、主要提供商的市場占比分析相關評估、主要企業簡介等情報。

第1章 前言

  • 研究目的
  • 研究理由
  • 研究範圍
  • 情報來源
  • 研究方法
  • 區域細項
  • 分析師經歷
  • BCC客製化研究
  • BCC Research相關報告

第2章 重點摘要

第3章 市場與技術背景

  • 概要
  • 歷史
    • 第1代生物燃料
    • 第2代生物燃料
    • 第3代生物燃料
    • 第4代生物燃料
  • 原料類型
    • 植物油基礎的原料
    • 動物油脂基礎的生質柴油
  • 生質柴油近年發展
    • 作為原料的藻類
    • 廢食用油(UCO)的矚目度升高
    • 專注於將副產物轉換為有價值的產品
  • 產業應用
  • 全球生質柴油市場預測

第4章 全球生質柴油市場: 按原料類型

  • 簡介
  • 植物油基礎的生質柴油
    • 大豆油
    • 棕櫚油
    • 菜籽油/芥花油
    • 葵花油
    • 玉米油
    • 廢食用油(UCO)
    • 其他植物油
  • 動物油脂基礎的生質柴油

第5章 全球生質柴油市場:按應用領域

  • 燃料
  • 發電

第6章 全球生質柴油市場:按區域

  • 北美
    • 南北美
    • 加拿大
    • 加拿大促進生質柴油使用的計畫
  • 歐洲
    • 德國
    • 義大利
    • 英國
    • 西班牙
    • 法國
    • 瑞典
    • 其他
  • 亞太地區
    • 美國與中國的第一階段貿易協定及其可能的影響
    • 印尼
    • 泰國
    • 馬來西亞
    • 韓國
    • 其他
  • 南美
    • 巴西
    • 阿根廷
    • 哥倫比亞
  • 中東和非洲地區(MEA)

第7章 產業結構與專利分析

  • 供應鏈分析
  • 競爭結構
  • 市場成長推動因素
  • 市場課題
  • 市場主要趨勢
  • 專利分析
  • 全球生質柴油市場分析

第8章 企業簡介

  • AG PROCESSING INC. (AGP)
  • ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO.
  • ARGENT ENERGY
  • AVRIL GROUP
  • BDI-BIOENERGY INTERNATIONAL GMBH
  • BIOCUBE CORP.
  • BIOD ENERGY (INDIA) PVT LTD.
  • CARGILL INC.
  • CHINA CLEAN ENERGY INC.
  • CRIMSON RENEWABLE ENERGY LLC
  • ECODIESEL COLOMBIA SA
  • EMAMI AGROTECH LTD. (EAL)
  • EPITOME ENERGY
  • FATHOPES ENERGY
  • FUTUREFUEL CORP.
  • GERMAN BIOFUELS GMBH
  • GREENERGY INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • INEOS GROUP LTD.
  • LOUIS DREYFUS CO.
  • LUKOIL NEFTOCHIM BURGAS AD
  • MANUELITA S.A.
  • MUNZER BIOINDUSTRIE GMBH
  • RENEWABLE BIOFUELS INC.
  • RENEWABLE ENERGY GROUP
  • VERBIO VEREINIGTE BIOENERGIE AG
  • WESTERN DUBUQUE BIODIESEL LLC
  • WILMAR INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • WORLD ENERGY
目錄
Product Code: EGY171A

Report Highlights:

The global market for biodiesel reached $35.1 billion in 2019 and should reach $49.2 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.0% for the period of 2019-2024.

Vegetable oils market reached $31.6 billion in 2019 and should reach $44.0 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 6.8% through 2024.

Animal fats market reached $3.5 billion in 2019 and should reach $5.2 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 8.2% through 2024.

Report Scope:

For the purpose of this report, biodiesel is defined as a fuel similar to conventional/traditional or "fossil" diesel but produced from renewable sources such as straight vegetable oil, animal oil/fats, tallow and waste cooking oil. The process used to convert these oils to biodiesel is called transesterification. The largest possible source of biodiesel comes from oil crops such as rapeseed, palm or soybean, making it a sustainable alternative compared to conventional diesel. Biodiesel meets both the biomass-based diesel and overall advanced biofuel requirement of the Renewable Fuel Standard, a program of the U.S. federal government. Biodiesel further meets specifications created by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) for legal diesel motor fuel (ASTM D975) and the definition for biodiesel itself (ASTM D6751).

Pure biodiesel is referred as B100 (i.e., 100% biodiesel). However, B100 is rarely used, as existing diesel engines that run of fossil diesel may not be suitable for pure biodiesel. Hence, blends are used that have a certain proportion of biodiesel mixed with fossil diesel. Most of the current diesel engines manufactured by automobile (and truck) manufacturers are capable of handling biodiesel blended fuels. Biodiesel can be blended and used in many different concentrations, and the blends used in automobiles vary by country and government regulations. The most common blends currently in use are B5 (up to 5% biodiesel) and B20 (6% to 20% biodiesel). The high popularity of the low-level blend B5 is because it can be safely used in any compression-ignition engine designed to be operated on petroleum diesel. This includes light-duty and heavy-duty diesel cars and trucks, tractors, boats and electrical generators. B20 is another common blend in the U.S. and some other countries. B20's popularity is mainly due to government incentives and financial benefits that various government programs offer.

This report covers the global biodiesel market for various end-user applications. The market is broken down by application, feedstock and end users. Revenue forecasts from 2019 to 2024 are given for each biodiesel segment and regional markets, with estimated values derived from manufacturers' total revenues.

The report also includes a discussion of the major players in each regional market. It also explains the major drivers and regional dynamics of the global biodiesel market and current trends in the industry.

The report concludes with a special focus on the vendor landscape and detailed profiles of major vendors.

Important parameters and details regarding this report include the following:

  • For the purpose of this report, biodiesel is defined as a renewable or alternative fuel similar to conventional/traditional or "fossil' diesel. It is produced from renewable sources such as straight vegetable oil, animal oil/fats, tallow and waste cooking oil, mostly by esterifying vegetable oils or fats.
  • For the purposes of this report, biofuel produced through sources other than vegetable oil (such as used cooking oil and animal fats), but through the transesterification process is categorized as biodiesel in this report.
  • The report uses manufacturers'/producers' total revenue to determine demand and arrive at the market size figures for each represented year.
  • For the purposes of this report, market size is defined as the demand (in dollar value) generated by end users of biodiesel.
  • Companies such as suppliers and distributers are out of scope of this report, and their revenue or financial figures are not considered.
  • The report considers B100 as well as other blends (such as B5 and B20) for market size calculation. However, overall sales figure of blends such as B5 and B20 are not considered as they include a much higher ratio of fossil diesel. Instead, manufacturers'/producers' (of biodiesel) revenue is considered to arrive at market size numbers.
  • Revenue forecasts from 2019 to 2024 are given for each biodiesel segment, and regional market with estimated values are derived from manufacturers' total revenues.
  • The report excludes renewable diesel (also called hydrotreated vegetable oil or HVO) as it is not a traditional biodiesel and is considered a separate market. Renewable diesel, also called as green diesel or HVO, is made primarily from waste and residues through a production process called hydrotreatment. In the production process, impurities are removed from the raw materials, which are then hydrotreated at a high temperature. The outcome is a colorless and odorless fuel that has an identical chemical composition with fossil diesel. Biodiesel (fatty acid methyl ester or FAME), on the other hand, is produced by esterifying vegetable oils or fats, and the chemical composition is slightly different from that of fossil diesel.
  • The U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuels Data Center defines renewable diesel and biodiesel as: "Renewable diesel is distinct from biodiesel. While renewable diesel is chemically similar to petroleum diesel, biodiesel is a mono-alkyl ester, which has different physical properties and hence different fuel specifications (ASTM D6751 and EN 14214). The two fuels are also produced through very different processes. While biodiesel is produced via transesterification, renewable diesel is produced through various processes such as hydrotreating (isomerization), gasification, pyrolysis, and other thermochemical and biochemical means."
  • The report begins by introducing the reader to how the global biodiesel market is evolving and how factors impact the market. The report then proceeds to identify the following:
    • Primary forces with a direct impact on the market.
    • Secondary forces that have an indirect impact.
    • Key challenges that may hinder the growth of this market.
    • Key trends visible in the market.
    • Leading segments within the market.

Report Includes:

  • 58 tables
  • An overview of the global market for biodiesel and discussion on feedstocks, technologies and synthesis
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2018, 2019 and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2024
  • Knowledge about transesterification and biodiesel production process from vegetable oil, animal oil/fats, tallow and waste cooking oil
  • Discussion on what makes biodiesel a sustainable alternative compared to conventional diesel
  • Coverage of advantages over traditional fuels, disadvantages/ challenges and efficiency of biodiesel
  • Insights into government initiatives across the globe, policies and incentives
  • Details of new developments and future outlook and mergers and acquisitions in the biodiesel industry
  • Evaluation of current market size, market forecast, and market share analysis of the leading suppliers of the industry
  • Comprehensive company profiles of major market players, including AG Processing Inc., Argent Energy, BioCube Corp., Cargill Inc., Epitome Energy, FutureFuel Corp., and Renewable Biofuels Inc.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • BCC Custom Research
  • Related BCC Research Reports

Chapter 2: Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3: Market and Technology Background

  • Overview
  • History
    • First-Generation Biofuels
    • Second-Generation Biofuels
    • Third-Generation Biofuels
    • Fourth-Generation Biofuels
  • Types of Feedstocks
    • Vegetable Oil-Based Feedstocks
    • Animal Fat-Based Biodiesel
  • Recent Advancements in Biodiesel
    • Algae as Feedstock
    • Growing Focus on Used Cooking Oils (UCO)
    • Focus on Converting Byproduct to Valuable Product
  • Industry Applications
  • Global Biodiesel Market Forecast

Chapter 4: Global Biodiesel Market by Type of Feedstock

  • Introduction
  • Vegetable Oil-Based Biodiesel
    • Soybean Oil
    • Palm Oil
    • Rapeseed/Canola Oil
    • Sunflower Oil
    • Corn Oil
    • Used Cooking Oil (UCO)
    • Other Vegetable Oils
  • Animal Fat-Based Biodiesel

Chapter 5: Global Biodiesel Market by Application Segment

  • Fuel
    • Specific Fuel Applications
  • Power Generation

Chapter 6: Global Biodiesel Market by Region

  • North America
    • United States
    • Canada
    • Canadian Programs Promoting the Use of Biodiesel
  • Europe
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • United Kingdom
    • Spain
    • France
    • Sweden
    • Others
  • APAC
    • Phase 1 Trade Agreement between U.S. and China and Possible Impact
    • Indonesia
    • Thailand
    • Malaysia
    • South Korea
    • Others
  • South America
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Colombia
    • Middle East and Africa (MEA)

Chapter 7: Industry Structure and Patent Analysis

  • Supply Chain Analysis
    • Turnkey Biodiesel Operators
  • Competitive Structure
    • Biodiesel Producers
    • Biofuel and Renewable Fuel Producers
    • Large Fossil Fuel and Diesel Producers
    • Diversified Producers and Manufacturers
    • Key Technology Vendors in Biofuel Space
  • Market Drivers
    • Government Incentives and Initiatives
    • Funding and Financing Availability
    • Growing Stringent Regulations to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    • Growing Energy Demand
  • Market Challenges
    • Strong Growth of the HVO Market
    • Low Technology and Market Knowledge of Biodiesel
    • Low Support from Government and Lack of Incentives
    • High Price of Biodiesel Compared to Fossil Diesel
    • Cases of Fraud Biodiesel and UCO
  • Key Trends in the Market
    • Growing Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Partnership Between Various Stakeholders
    • Government Initiatives to Increase the Use of Locally Produced Feedstock
    • Strong Growth of UCO-Based Biodiesel Segment
    • Research on Glycerol Usage
  • Patent Analysis
  • Analysis of the Global Biodiesel Market
    • Power of Suppliers
    • Power of Buyers
    • Competition Among Existing Players
    • Threat of New Entrants
    • Threat of Substitutes

Chapter 8: Company Profiles

  • AG PROCESSING INC. (AGP)
  • ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO.
  • ARGENT ENERGY
  • AVRIL GROUP
  • BDI-BIOENERGY INTERNATIONAL GMBH
  • BIOCUBE CORP.
  • BIOD ENERGY (INDIA) PVT LTD.
  • CARGILL INC.
  • CHINA CLEAN ENERGY INC.
  • CRIMSON RENEWABLE ENERGY LLC
  • ECODIESEL COLOMBIA SA
  • EMAMI AGROTECH LTD. (EAL)
  • EPITOME ENERGY
  • FATHOPES ENERGY
  • FUTUREFUEL CORP.
  • GERMAN BIOFUELS GMBH
  • GREENERGY INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • INEOS GROUP LTD.
  • LOUIS DREYFUS CO.
  • LUKOIL NEFTOCHIM BURGAS AD
  • MANUELITA S.A.
  • MUNZER BIOINDUSTRIE GMBH
  • RENEWABLE BIOFUELS INC.
  • RENEWABLE ENERGY GROUP
  • VERBIO VEREINIGTE BIOENERGIE AG
  • WESTERN DUBUQUE BIODIESEL LLC
  • WILMAR INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • WORLD ENERGY

List of Tables

  • Summary Table: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, Through 2024
    • Table 1: Approximate Oil Yield per Year of Common Crops
    • Table 2: Microalgae and Oil Content
    • Table 3: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, Through 2024
    • Table 4: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018
    • Table 5: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2019
    • Table 6: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2024
    • Table 7: Global Market for Vegetable Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 8: Global Market for Soybean Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 9: Global Market for Palm Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 10: Global Market for Rapeseed/Canola Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 11: Global Market for Sunflower Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 12: Global Market for Corn Oil-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 13: Global Market for UCO-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 14: Global Market for Animal Fat-Based Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 15: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Application Segment, Through 2024
    • Table 16: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2018
    • Table 17: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2019
    • Table 18: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2024
    • Table 19: Global Market for Biodiesel in Fuel Applications, Through 2024
    • Table 20: Global Market for Biodiesel in Fuel Applications, Through 2024
    • Table 21: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018
    • Table 22: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2019
    • Table 23: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2024
    • Table 24: Global Market for Biodiesel in Automotive Fuel Applications, Through 2024
    • Table 25: Global Market for Biodiesel in Aviation Fuel Applications, Through 2024
    • Table 26: Global Market for Biodiesel in Power Generation Applications, Through 2024
    • Table 27: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Region, Through 2024
    • Table 28: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Region, 2018
    • Table 29: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Region, 2019
    • Table 30: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Region, 2024
    • Table 31: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, Through 2024
    • Table 32: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, Through 2024
    • Table 33: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Country, Through 2024
    • Table 34: U.S. Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 35: Canadian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 36: European Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, Through 2024
    • Table 37: European Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, Through 2024
    • Table 38: European Market for Biodiesel, by Country, Through 2024
    • Table 39: German Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 40: Italian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 41: U.K. Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 42: Spanish Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 43: French Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 44: Swedish Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 45: APAC Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, Through 2024
    • Table 46: APAC Market for Biodiesel, by Country, Through 2024
    • Table 47: Indonesian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 48: Thai Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 49: Malaysian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 50: South Korean Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 51: South American Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, Through 2024
    • Table 52: South American Market for Biodiesel, by Country, Through 2024
    • Table 53: Brazilian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 54: Argentine Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 55: Colombian Market for Biodiesel, Through 2024
    • Table 56: Key Patent Holder Companies of Biodiesel Technologies Issued Since 2000
    • Table 57: Select Patents Issued on Biodiesel Technologies Since 2010, by Year
    • Table 58: Shares of Patent Issued on Biodiesel Technologies Since 2000, by Select Assignee's Country

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018-2024
    • Figure 1: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018-2024
    • Figure 2: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018
    • Figure 3: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2019
    • Figure 4: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2024
    • Figure 5: Global Market for Vegetable Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 6: Global Market for Soybean Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 7: Global Market for Palm Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 8: Global Market for Rapeseed/Canola Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 9: Global Market for Sunflower Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 10: Global Market for Corn Oil-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 11: Global Market for UCO-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 12: Global Market for Animal Fat-Based Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 13: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2018-2024
    • Figure 14: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2018
    • Figure 15: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2019
    • Figure 16: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Application Segment, 2024
    • Figure 17: Global Market for Biodiesel in Fuel Applications, 2018-2024
    • Figure 18: Global Market for Biodiesel in Fuel Applications, 2018-2024
    • Figure 19: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018
    • Figure 20: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2019
    • Figure 21: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2024
    • Figure 22: Global Market for Biodiesel in Automotive Fuel Applications, 2018-2024
    • Figure 23: Global Market for Biodiesel for Aviation Fuel Applications, 2018-2024
    • Figure 24: Global Market for Biodiesel in Power Generation Applications, 2018-2024
    • Figure 25: Global Market for Biodiesel, by Region, 2018-2024
    • Figure 26: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Region, 2018
    • Figure 27: Global Market Shares of Biodiesel, by Region, 2019
    • Figure 28: Global Market Share Forecast for Biodiesel, by Region, 2024
    • Figure 29: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018-2024
    • Figure 30: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018-2024
    • Figure 31: North American Market for Biodiesel, by Country, 2018-2024
    • Figure 32: U.S. Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 33: Canadian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 34: European Market for Biodiesel, by Type of Feedstock, 2018-2024
    • Figure 35: European Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018-2024
    • Figure 36: European Market for Biodiesel, by Country, 2018-2024
    • Figure 37: German Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 38: Italian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 39: U.K. Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 40: Spanish Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 41: French Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 42: Swedish Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 43: APAC Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018-2024
    • Figure 44: APAC Market for Biodiesel, by Country, 2018-2024
    • Figure 45: Indonesian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 46: Thai Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 47: Malaysian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 48: South Korean Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 49: South American Market for Biodiesel, by Fuel Application Subsegment, 2018-2024
    • Figure 50: South American Market for Biodiesel, by Country, 2018-2024
    • Figure 51: Brazilian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 52: Argentine Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024
    • Figure 53: Colombian Market for Biodiesel, 2018-2024