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生物由來構成要素與聚合物:全球產能、生產、趨勢 (2019-2024年)

Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Global Capacities, Production and Trends 2019 - 2024

出版商 Nova-Institut GmbH 商品編碼 923157
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生物由來構成要素與聚合物:全球產能、生產、趨勢 (2019-2024年) Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Global Capacities, Production and Trends 2019 - 2024
出版日期: 2020年01月23日內容資訊: 英文 379 Pages
簡介

2019年的生物由來聚合物的總生產量為380萬噸,是石油由來聚合物產量的1%,較2018年約成長3%。預估到2024年將以同樣的CAGR持續推移。使用於生物由來聚合物生產的主要生物質原料為生物副產物 (46%) ,特別是來自生物柴油的甘油副產物,主要使用於環氧樹脂生產中。

本報告研究全球基於生物的構成要素和聚合物市場,提供產能分析和預測,彙整市場成長推動因素、按地區的產能分析和預測,以及主要企業簡介等情報。

第1章 全球市場與趨勢:生物由來構成要素和聚合物

  • 摘要整理
  • 研究背景和方法
  • 全生物由來聚合物市場數據

第2章 主要生物由來構成要素市場數據

  • 己二酸 (AA)
  • 11-Aminoundecanoic acid (11-AA)
  • 1,4-丁二醇 (1,4-BDO)
  • 十二烷二酸 (DDDA)
  • 環氧氯丙烷 (ECH)
  • 乙烯
  • 夫喃衍生物
  • 5-Chloromethylfurfural (5-CMF)
  • 2,5-Furandicarboxylic acid (2,5-FDCA)
  • Furandicarboxylic methyl ester (FDME)
  • 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF)
  • Isosorbide
  • 乳酸 - D-乳酸 (D-LA)
  • 乳酸 - L-乳酸 (L-LA)
  • 乳酸交酯
  • Monoethylene glycol (MEG)
  • Monopropylene glycol (MPG)
  • 石腦油
  • 1,5-Pentametylenediamine (DN 5)
  • 1,3-丙二醇 (1,3-PDO)
  • 癸二酸
  • 丁二酸 (SA)

第3章 主要生物由來聚合物市場數據

  • 脂肪族聚碳酸酯 (APC) - 環狀
  • 脂肪族聚碳酸酯 (APC) - 線型
  • 酪蛋白聚合物
  • 乙酸纖維素 (CA)
  • 環氧樹脂
  • 乙烯-丙烯-二烯-單體橡膠 (EPDM)
  • 聚醯胺 (PA)
  • Poly (butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) - 石油及生物由來
  • Polybutylene succinate (PBS) 和共聚物 - 石油及生物由來
  • 聚乙烯 (PE)
  • Polyethylene furanoate (PEF)
  • 聚對苯二甲酸乙二酯 (PET)
  • Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA)
  • 聚乳酸 (PLA)
  • 聚丙烯 (PP)
  • Polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT)
  • 聚氨酯 (PUR)
  • 澱粉聚合物化合物
  • 生質平衡法

第4章 生產者:企業簡介

第5章 企業產品索引

第6章 縮略語表

目錄

The new market and trend report “Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Global Capacities, Production and Trends 2019-2024” from the German nova-Institute shows capacities and production data for all bio-based polymers in the year 2019 and a forecast for 2024. In 2019, the total production volume of bio-based polymers was 3.8 million tonnes, which is 1% of the production volume of fossil-based polymers and about 3% more than in 2018 - this CAGR is expected to continue until 2024. The major biomass feedstock used for bio-based polymer production are biogenic by-products (46%), especially the by-product glycerol from the biodiesel production, used for epoxy resin production.

The production of bio-based polymers has become much more professional and differentiated in recent years. A large number of different producers and suppliers came into play to create bio-based alternatives for practically every application. The already large number of players in the bio-based polymer field, many situated in Asia, makes it difficult to verify each announced and installed capacity and their actual production. Detailed research, including interviews with international experts and players in the bio-based polymer field have now made it possible to draw a verified and realistic view on the market. The results look at an even smaller bio-based polymer market than formerly assumed: The market share of bio-based polymers in the total polymer and plastics market is 1% (3.8 million tonnes in 2019). The capacities and production of bio-based polymers will continue to grow with an expected CAGR of about 3% until 2024, which is almost the same predicted growth rate as for fossil-based polymers and plastics (Figure 1).

The increase in production capacity from 2018 to 2019 is mainly based on the expansion of poly(butylene adipate-co- terephthalate) (PBAT) production in Europe, worldwide epoxy resin production and European production of starch-containing polymer compounds. Also, increased and new capacities of polybutylene succinate and copolymers (PBS(X)), bio-based polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) - for the first time commercially available - were reported in 2019. Especially epoxy resins and PP will continue to grow significantly until 2024. Additionally, polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) capacities will increase by 2024. In 2019, detailed research on the bio-based structural polymer market unveiled significant changes and a former misinterpretation of available, but non-transparent market numbers. Therefore, the actual global production volume for bio-based polymers in 2018 is much smaller than the one reported in the previous report (Figure 1).

Considering the future steady increase of bio-based polymers, the biomass feedstock requirement is a necessary factor to consider. This is especially true for the recurring debate on the use of food crops for bio-based polymer production. Figure 2 shows the percentage distribution of the 5 million tonnes biomass needed for the worldwide production of 3.6 million tonnes of bio-based polymers.

The major biomass feedstock used for bio-based polymer production are biogenic by-products (46%), especially the by-product glycerol from the biodiesel production, which is mainly used for epoxy resin production via epichlorohydrin as an intermediate. 37% of the required biomass are made up by starch and sugars, 8% by cellulose (mainly for cellulose acetate) and 9% by edible and non-edible plant oils, such as castor oil. From the 3.6 million tonnes of produced bio-based polymers (fully and partly bio-based, excluding fossil-based biodegradable PBAT and PBS) only 1.6 million tonnes are actual bio-based parts of the polymers (43%). Considering this fact, 3 times more feedstock is needed than used for product formation. This amount of over 3.4 million tonnes (68%) of feedstock that is not ending up in the product is due to high number of conversion steps and related feedstock and intermediate losses.

Overall, the market environment remains challenging with low crude oil prices and little political support.

  • So far, the two major advantages of bio-based polymers have not been politically rewarded. The first advantage is that bio-based polymers replace fossil carbon in the production process with renewable carbon from biomass. This is indispensable for a sustainable, climate-friendly plastics industry and is not yet politically rewarded.
  • The second advantage is offered by more than half of the produced bio-based polymers: they are biodegradable (depending on the environment) and can therefore be a solution for plastics that cannot be collected and enter the environment. In these situations, they can biodegrade without leaving behind microplastics. Only a few countries such as Italy, France and probably Spain will politically support this additional disposal path.
  • In 2019, the European Union's single-use plastic ban was adopted. It will enter into force in summer 2020. Biodegradability and bio-based origin are not recognised as grounds for exemption from the ban. Almost all bio-based and biodegradable polymers are put under collective punishment together with fossil plastics and are banned as well. Only so-called “natural polymers”, polymerised by nature, are exempt.
  • Under the microplastics restriction currently being worked on in the REACH regulation, PHBs will probably be exempted from a microplastic ban. In summer 2020, the final regulation is expected.

The most important market drivers in 2018 and 2019 were brands that want to offer their customers environmentally friendly solutions and critical consumers looking for alternatives to petrochemicals. If bio-based polymers were to be accepted as a solution and promoted in a similar way as biofuels, annual growth rates of 10 to 20% could be expected. The same applies should the price of oil should rise significantly. Based on the already existing technical maturity of bio-based polymers, considerable market shares could be gained in these cases.

For 2019, the annually updated market report includes significant changes and some new features: It contains comprehensive revised information on the capacity development from 2019 to 2024, per bio-based building block and polymer, as well as production data for the year 2019, per bio-based polymer.

Also, the so-called calculated bio-based content is provided within this issue. This is the bio-based content dependent on the average bio-based content of the respective polymer.

A total of 18 bio-based building blocks and 17 polymers are covered in the 2019 report. Bio-based naphtha and casein polymers are added as a new building block and polymer group. Furthermore, the new issue includes analyses of market developments and producers per building block and polymer, so that readers can quickly gain an overview of developments that go far beyond capacity and production figures.

As an additional bonus, the report provides a detailed, comprehensive expert view on the current state and future development of the biomass balance approach.

Since the 2018 issue, each update of the report includes a detailed research of the market development of specific bio-based polymers. The market report for 2019 includes comprehensive calculations and explanations on bio-based polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and bio-based polyurethanes (PUR). This intensive analysis was possible through direct collaboration with the main experts in this area. Finally, the in 2018 introduced deep dive into the producing companies was comprehensively updated and now shows 170 detailed company profiles - from start-ups to multinational corporations.

Table of Contents

1. Global Markets and Trends of Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers 2019-2024

  • 1.1. Executive summary
    • Bio-based Polymers
    • Bio-based Building Blocks
    • Global production capacities of bio-based polymers by region
    • Market segments for bio-based polymers
  • 1.2. Study background and methodology
    • Definitions and focus of the report
  • 1.3. Market data across all bio-based polymers
    • Detailed market segments for each bio-based polymer

2. Market data for selected Bio-based Building Blocks

  • 2.1. Adipic acid (AA)
  • 2.2. 11-Aminoundecanoic acid (11-AA)
  • 2.3. 1,4-Butanediol (1,4-BDO)
  • 2.4. Dodecanedioic acid (DDDA)
  • 2.5. Epichlorohydrin (ECH)
  • 2.6. Ethylene
  • 2.7. Furan derivatives
  • 2.8. 5-Chloromethylfurfural (5-CMF)
  • 2.9. 2,5-Furandicarboxylic acid (2,5-FDCA)
  • 2.10. Furandicarboxylic methyl ester (FDME)
  • 2.11. 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF)
  • 2.12. Isosorbide
  • 2.13. Lactic acid - D-lactic acid (D-LA)
  • 2.14. Lactic acid - L-lactic acid (L-LA)
  • 2.15. Lactide
  • 2.16. Monoethylene glycol (MEG)
  • 2.17. Monopropylene glycol (MPG)
  • 2.18. Naphtha
  • 2.19. 1,5-Pentametylenediamine (DN5)
  • 2.20. 1,3-Propanediol (1,3-PDO)
  • 2.21. Sebacic acid
  • 2.22. Succinic acid (SA)

3. Market data for selected Bio-based Polymers

  • 3.1. Aliphatic polycarbonates (APC) - cyclic
  • 3.2. Aliphatic polycarbonates (APC) - linear
  • 3.3. Casein polymers
  • 3.4. Cellulose acetate (CA)
  • 3.5. Epoxy resins
  • 3.6. Ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber (EPDM)
  • 3.7. Polyamides (PA)
  • 3.8. Poly(butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) - fossil- and bio-based
  • 3.9. Polybutylene succinate (PBS) and copolymers - fossil- and bio-based
  • 3.10. Polyethylene (PE)
  • 3.11. Polyethylene furanoate (PEF)
  • 3.12. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
  • 3.13. Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA)
  • 3.14. Polylactic acid (PLA)
  • 3.15. Polypropylene (PP)
  • 3.16. Polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT)
  • 3.17. Polyurethanes (PUR)
  • 3.18. Starch-containing polymer compounds
  • 3.19. The Biomass Balance Approach

4. Producers of Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers: Company Profiles

  • 4.1. Advanced Biochemical (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
  • 4.2. AGRANA Staerke GmbH
  • 4.3. Anhui COFCO Biochemical & GALACTIC Lactic Acid Co., Ltd.
  • 4.4. Anqing He Xing Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.5. Archer Daniel Midland Co
  • 4.6. Arkema S.A
  • 4.7. Arlanxeo
  • 4.8. AVA Biochem AG
  • 4.9. Avantium B.V
  • 4.10. Ayas Renewables Inc
  • 4.11. BASF SE
  • 4.12. Bio-on S.p.A
  • 4.13. BioAmber Inc
  • 4.14. Biokim
  • 4.15. BioLogiQ, Inc
  • 4.16. BioMatera Inc
  • 4.17. BIOTEC GmbH & Co. KG
  • 4.18. BluCon Biotech GmbH
  • 4.19. Bluepha Co., Ltd.
  • 4.20. Bochemie a.s
  • 4.21. Borealis AG
  • 4.22. Braskem S.A
  • 4.23. Cardia Bioplastics Ltd
  • 4.24. Cathay Industrial Biotech, Ltd
  • 4.25. Celanese Corp
  • 4.26. Cellulac
  • 4.27. Chengdu Dikang Biomedical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.28. China New Materials Holdings Ltd
  • 4.29. Chongqing Bofei Biochemical Products Co., Ltd.
  • 4.30. CJ CheilJedang Corp
  • 4.31. Clariant
  • 4.32. COFCO Corp
  • 4.33. Corbion
  • 4.34. Cristal Union Group
  • 4.35. Daicel Corp
  • 4.36. DAK Americas LLC
  • 4.37. Danimer Scientific LLC
  • 4.38. Diamond Green Diesel
  • 4.39. DIC Corp
  • 4.40. Dongying Hebang Chemical Corp
  • 4.41. Dow, Inc
  • 4.42. DSM N.V
  • 4.43. DuPont
  • 4.44. DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products Co., LLC
  • 4.45. Eastman Chemical Company
  • 4.46. EMS - Grivory
  • 4.47. Eni S.p.A
  • 4.48. Evonik Industries AG
  • 4.49. Far Eastern New Century Corporation
  • 4.50. Fujian Haobang Chemical Industries
  • 4.51. Full Cycle Bioplastics LLC
  • 4.52. Futerro
  • 4.53. FuturaMat
  • 4.54. Galactic
  • 4.55. GC Innovation America (formerly Myriant Corp.)
  • 4.56. Grabio Greentech Corp
  • 4.57. Greencol Taiwan Corp
  • 4.58. Gruppo Mossi Ghisolfi
  • 4.59. Guangzhou Bio-plus Materials Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.60. Haldor Topsoe A/S
  • 4.61. Hebei Casda Biomaterials Co., Ltd.
  • 4.62. Hebei Jiaao Glycerol Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.63. Hebei Xinhua Lactic Acid Co
  • 4.64. Henan Jindan Lactic Acid Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.65. Henan Piaoan Group Co., Ltd.
  • 4.66. Hengshui Jinghua Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.67. Hitachi Plant Technologies Ltd
  • 4.68. Hubei Guangshui National Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.69. Hunan Anhua Lactic Acid Co
  • 4.70. India Glycols Ltd
  • 4.71. Indorama Ventures Public Co. Ltd
  • 4.72. INOVYN
  • 4.73. Jiangsu Senda Biological Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • 4.74. Jiangsu Yangnong Chemical Group Co., Ltd.
  • 4.75. Jiangsu Zhongzheng Biochemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.76. JinHui ZhaoLang High Technology Co., Ltd..
  • 4.77. Jungbunzlauer Suisse AG
  • 4.78. Kaneka Corp
  • 4.79. Kingfa Sci. & Tech. Co. Ltd
  • 4.80. Lactips S.A
  • 4.81. LEUNA-Harze GmbH
  • 4.82. Loick Biowertstoff GmbH
  • 4.83. LOTTE Chemical Corp
  • 4.84. LyondellBasell Industries Holdings B.V
  • 4.85. MBI
  • 4.86. Meghmani Finechem Ltd
  • 4.87. Mercurius Biorefining Inc
  • 4.88. METabolic EXplorer S.A. (METEX)
  • 4.89. Mitsubishi Chemical Corp
  • 4.90. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co., Inc
  • 4.91. Moore Capital LLC
  • 4.92. Multibax Public Co., Ltd.
  • 4.93. Musashino Chemical Laboratory, Ltd
  • 4.94. Nafigate Corp
  • 4.95. Nantong Cellulose Fibers Co., Ltd.
  • 4.96. Nantong Jiuding Biological Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • 4.97. NatureWorks LLC
  • 4.98. Neste
  • 4.99. Newlight Technologies LLC
  • 4.100. Ningbo Huanyang Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.101. Ningxia Hypow Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.102. Novamont S.p.A
  • 4.103. NUREL S.A
  • 4.104. Oleon N.V
  • 4.105. Origin Materials
  • 4.106. PHARIO Project
  • 4.107. PHB Industrial S.A
  • 4.108. Plantic Technologies Ltd
  • 4.109. Plaxica Ltd
  • 4.110. PT Intera Lestari Polimer (formerly Inter Aneka Lestari Kimia, PT)
  • 4.111. PTT MCC Biochem Co., Ltd.
  • 4.112. Qnature UG
  • 4.113. Radici Group
  • 4.114. Reverdia
  • 4.115. Rhodia Acetow GmbH
  • 4.116. Rodenburg Biopolymers B.V
  • 4.117. Roquette S.A
  • 4.118. RWDC Industries
  • 4.119. S-EnPol Co., Ltd.
  • 4.120. Samyang GENEX
  • 4.121. SAudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC)
  • 4.122. Sebacic Oman SAOC
  • 4.123. SECI S.p.A
  • 4.124. Shandong Baisheng Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.125. Shandong Fuwin New Material Co., Ltd.
  • 4.126. Shandong Landian Biological Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.127. Shandong Siqiang Chemical Group Co., Ltd.
  • 4.128. Shanghai Disoxidation Macromolecule Materials Co., Ltd.(DMR)
  • 4.129. Shanghai Tong-Jie-Liang Biomaterials Co., Ltd.
  • 4.130. Shantou Liangyi
  • 4.131. Shanxi Leda Biochemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.132. Shanxi Zhengang Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.133. Shenzhen Ecomann Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.134. Shenzhen Esun Industrial Co., Ltd.. (formerly Shenzhen Bright China Industrial Co., Ltd..)
  • 4.135. Showa Denko K.K
  • 4.136. Sichuan Dikang Sci & Tech Pharmaceutical Industry Co., Ltd.
  • 4.137. Sichuan Yibin Wuliangye Group Co., Ltd.
  • 4.138. Sinolac (Huludao) Biotech Co., Ltd.
  • 4.139. Sinopec Group
  • 4.140. SK Chemicals Co., Ltd.
  • 4.141. SPC Biotech Private Ltd
  • 4.142. Spolchemie
  • 4.143. Succinity GmbH
  • 4.144. Sulzer Chemtech AG
  • 4.145. Sunar Misir
  • 4.146. SUPLA Material Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.147. Suzhou Hydal Biotech
  • 4.148. Synbra Technology B.V
  • 4.149. TAIF Group
  • 4.150. Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd.
  • 4.151. Teijin Ltd
  • 4.152. TerraVerdae BioWorks Inc
  • 4.153. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG (includes Uhde Inventa-Fischer AG and thyssenkrupp Uhde GmbH)
  • 4.154. Tianan Biologic Material Co., Ltd.
  • 4.155. Tianjin GreenBio Materials Co., Ltd.
  • 4.156. Tianxing Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.157. Tongliao Xinghe Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.158. Total Corbion
  • 4.159. Toyobo Co., Ltd.
  • 4.160. Unitika Ltd
  • 4.161. UPM
  • 4.162. Veolia Water Technologies
  • 4.163. Wuhan Sanjiang Space Good Biotech Co., Ltd.
  • 4.164. Xinjiang BlueRidge Tunhe Chemical Industry Joint Stock Co., Ltd.
  • 4.165. Yihai Kerry Group
  • 4.166. Yunan Fuji Bio-Material Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 4.167. Zhangjiagang Glory Biomaterial Co., Ltd.
  • 4.168. Zhejiang Hangzhou Xinfu Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
  • 4.169. Zhejiang Hisun Biomaterials Co., Ltd.
  • 4.170. Zibo Qixiang Tengda Chemical Co., Ltd.

5. Company Product Index

6. List of Acronyms