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生物為基礎結構要素的商業化更新:全球生產能力的演進 (2011-2024年)

Commercialization Updates on Bio-based Building Blocks: Evolution of Worldwide Production Capacities from 2011 to 2024

出版商 Nova-Institut GmbH 商品編碼 926660
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 109 Pages
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生物為基礎結構要素的商業化更新:全球生產能力的演進 (2011-2024年) Commercialization Updates on Bio-based Building Blocks: Evolution of Worldwide Production Capacities from 2011 to 2024
出版日期: 2020年02月27日內容資訊: 英文 109 Pages
簡介

本報告提供全球生物為基礎結構要素市場相關調查,其商業化、開發趨勢的更新提供,各種技術流程,原料的使用,供給/需求,交易履歷,價格設定等相關的詳細分析。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

第3章 生物為基礎結構要素

  • 丙烯酸
  • 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
  • 2,5-凸緣羧酸 (2,5-FDCA) 以及其他的夫喃甲醇
  • 己二胺(HMDA)
  • 乳酸、乳酸交酯
  • 單乙二醇 (MEG)
  • 東西丙二醇 (MPG)
  • 1,3-丙二醇 (1,3-PDO)
  • 癸二酸
  • 琥珀酸 (SA)
  • 對苯二甲酸(TPA)及對二甲苯(PX)

第4章 化學藥品回收的可能性

第5章 市場檢討

第6章 縮寫清單

目錄

Commercialisation updates on bio-based building blocks - The exit of key players, restructuring of production capacities worldwide, a shrinking pool of new start-up companies but also burgeoning discovery and increasing production of new building blocks.

Since the last report in 2017 the bio-based building block market has shown considerable changes. Ranging from the exit of key players, the restructuring of several production capacities worldwide, and a shrinking pool of new start-up companies but also, burgeoning discovery and even the increasing production of new building blocks.

35 companies have undergone restructuring in this industry since 2017. Continued low crude oil prices remain one of the biggest factors hindering further commercialisation and production expansion of several drop-in bio-based commodity chemicals, especially those targeting ethylene and propylene-based derivatives. Overpromised production timelines, and hyped projected demand and capacity goals have also hurt investor confidence in this space, while some of the attention of consumer products companies as well as packaged food and beverage companies has been diverted away from using plant-based polymers and toward recycled polymer materials.

On the other hand, the exciting trend in toward the development of various chemical recycling technologies can lead to alternative, more sustainable circular sources of virgin monomers such as aromatics, glycols, ethylene and propylene from waste petro-based plastics and is added as a new topic in the report. These chemical recycling technologies can also be used for various bio-based polymers, even polylactic acid. Additionally, the report includes the potential comeback of bio-based acrylic acid commercialisation and the introduction of renewable naphtha, also driven by the growing use of the mass balance approach. Mass balance is an important system approach which supports the use of renewable or recycled content in thermochemical crackers and major integrated chemical complexes, by enabling the virtual allocation of the attributes (bio-based or recycled) and the benefits (such as circular or climate protecting) to a specific output.

A crucial factor for the bio-based industry is the issue of climate change which continues to drive branded companies to consider using bio-based materials, which usually have lower carbon emissions in terms of feedstock use (renewable carbon vs. fossil carbon) and manufacturing compared to fossil-based materials.

In total, the outstanding report covers 20 building blocks and describes the activities of over 100 companies comprehensively. The rise and fall of the markets for several established bio-based building blocks as well as the commercialisation and development of novel monomers are discussed in depth in this report, including various technology processes, feedstock usage, supply/demand, trade history and pricing in order to give a full picture of the state of these markets and an analysis of their viability and long-term sustainability.

The market and trend report is written by Doris de Guzman from Tecnon OrbiChem, a member of the biopolymer expert group headed by nova-Institute.

About the author:

Doris de Guzman.

Doris de Guzman (BSChE) (USA) joined UK-based chemical consulting firm Tecnon OrbiChem in March 2013 as a senior consultant covering bio-based chemicals feedstocks for the company's BioMaterials Chemical Business Focus newsletter published every month. Doris has been covering the business of green chemistry for 20 years and provides expertise on oleochemicals, biofuels, biopolymers, industrial biotechnology and other renewable chemical products as creator and author of the Green Chemicals Blog.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

3. Bio-based building blocks

  • 3.1. Acrylic acid
  • 3.2. Adipic acid
  • 3.3. 11-Aminoundecanoic acid (11-AA)
  • 3.4. 1,4-Butanediol (1,4-BDO)
  • 3.5. Dodecanedioic acid (DDDA)
  • 3.6. Epichlorohydrin (ECH)
  • 3.7. Ethylene
  • 3.8. 2,5-Furandicarboxylic acid and other furfurals
  • 3.9. Hexamethylenediamine (HMDA)
  • 3.10. Lactic acid and lactide
  • 3.11. Monoethylene glycol (MEG)
  • 3.12. Monopropylene glycol (MPG)
  • 3.13. Naphtha
  • 3.14. 1,5-Pentamethylenediamine (DN5)
  • 3.15. 1,3-Propanediol (1,3-PDO)
  • 3.16. Sebacic acid
  • 3.17. Succinic acid
  • 3.18. Terephthalic acid (TPA) and para-xylene (PX)

4. Chemical Recycling Potential

5. Market Review

6. List of acronyms