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Biofuels Market in China

  • Publication Date:July 2009
  • Publisher:CCM International
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:120
  • ISBN:137772

Biofuels Market in China

The rapidly developing Chinese biofuel market has been the hotspot in the past few years since the renewable biofuel is of great importance to relieve energy shortage in the future. To figure out the current situation and prospect of biofuel in China, this report widely covers information about feedstock and their production situation, competitive analysis, future forecast, governmental policies and main producers, etc.

Owning to technology bottleneck and food security concern, biofuel production has encountered barriers, especially fuel ethanol production in China. At present, the second-generation biofuel, namely cellulosic fuel ethanol, has attracted the most attention. In China, most biofuel manufacturers are domestic enterprises and major fuel ethanol producers are large-size state-owned enterprises who have receive great support from the government, while some biodiesel producers are private manufacturers.

Biofuel industry in China is enjoying promising prospect and CCM provides you an insightful analysis on the following aspects.

To provide an overview of biofuels industry in China;
To survey current production situation of biofuels;
To discuss the influence of governmental regulation on biofuels industry;
To assess China's technology level of biofuels production;
To know the feedstocks of biofuels production;
To find out drivers behind the development of biofuels;
To understand the position of biofuels sector in China's energy industry ;
To forecast the future of China's biofuels industry;
To identify commercial opportunities in China's biofuels market;
To assess the key players of biofuels in China, including producers and end users.
Executive summary
Source and methodology
I Overview of biofuel industry in China
I-1 Development situation of biofuel industry in China
I-2 Position of biofuels sector in energy industry in China
II Feedstock supply
II-1 Introduction to food feedstock
II-2 Introduction to non-food feedstock
II-3 Introduction to oilseeds
II-4 Introduction to cellulosic raw materials
II-5 Energy crops
II-6 Waste oil
III Biofuels in China
III-1 First-generation biofuels
III-1.1 Fuel ethanol
III-1.2 Biodiesel
III-1.3 Biobutanol
III-1.4 Other biofuels
III-2 Second-generation biofuels
III-2.1 Production situation of second-generation biofuels
III-2.2 R&D situation of second-generation biofuels
III-2.3 Future prospect
III-3 Third-generation biofuels (algae biofuel)
III-3.1 Production situation of third-generation biofuels
III-3.2 R&D situation of third-generation biofuels
III-3.3 Future prospect
III-4 Fourth-generation biofuels
IV Processing technologies in biofuel industry
IV-1 Enzymatic hydrolysis
IV-2 Fermentation
IV-3 Transesterification
IV-4 Pyrolysis & gasification
IV-5 Others processing technologies
IV-6 Research institutes and technology transfer
V Governmental regulations on biofuel industry and their influence
V-1 Regulations on feedstock
V-2 Environmental regulations
V-3 Subsidies and incentives
V-4 Restrictions
V-5 Other regulations
VI Competitiveness landscapes
VII Future forecast to the next 5~10 years
VII-1 Key factors influencing biofuel industry in China
VII-2 Forecast on biofuel industry
VIII Conclusion and opportunities
VIII-1 Conclusion
VIII-2 Opportunities
IX Appendix
IX-1 Profiles of major fuel ethanol manufacturers
IX-1.1 Henan Tianguan Group Co., Ltd.
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IX-1.7 Zhejiang Haoqi Biomass New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
IX-2 Profiles of major biodiesel manufacturers
IX-2.1 Sichuan Gushan Group
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IX-2.10 Hebei Dong'an Industrial Co., Ltd.
IX-3 Profiles of major biobutanol manufacturers
IX-3.1 Hebei CNCP Huaying Co., Ltd.
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IX-3.2 Jilin Cathay Industrial Biotech Co., Ltd.


LIST OF TABLES


Table 1 Exchange rate of USD against RMB, 2004~2009
Table II-1 Corn planting areas of different provinces in China, 2009
Table II-2 Corn yield in China, 2004~2009
Table II-3 Supply & demand situation of corn in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Table II-4 Price trend of corn in China, 2004~2009
Table II-5 Forecast on situation of corn in China, 2010~2014
Table II-6 Wheat planting area of different provinces in China, 2009
Table II-7 Wheat yield in China, 2004~2009
Table II-8 Supply & demand situation of wheat in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Table II-9 Price trend of wheat in China, 2004~2009
Table II-10 Forecast on wheat situation in China, 2010~2014
Table II-11 Cassava yield in China, 2004~2009
Table II-12 Economic benefit contrast of alcohol production using different raw materials in China
Table II-13 Soybean planting area of different provinces in China, 2009
Table II-14 Soybean yield in China, 2004~2009
Table II-15 Supply & demand situation of soybean in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Table II-16 Forecast on soybean situation in China, 2010~2014
Table II-17 Output of corn and corn cob in China, 2004~2009
Table II-18 Output of corn and corn stover in China, 2004~2009
Table II-19 Output of wheat/rice and wheat/rice straw in China, 2004~2009
Table II-20 Planting area and distribution of Jatropha curcas in China, 2009
Table III-1 Resource of biofuels in China
Table III-2 Comparison among biofuels of different generation
Table III-3 Current and future situation of each biofuel in China, 2009
Table III-4 Comparison of different raw materials for fuel ethanol production in China
Table III-5 Basic information of main fuel ethanol manufacturers in China, 2009
Table III-6 Potential fuel ethanol manufacturers in China, 2009
Table III-7 Comparison of different raw material for biodiesel production in China
Table III-8 Basic information of biodiesel manufacturers in China, June 2009
Table III-9 Basic information of main potential biodiesel manufacturers in China, 2009
Table III-10 Comparison between fuel ethanol and biobutanol
Table III-11 Basic information of main biobutanol manufacturers in China, 2009
Table III-12 Comparison between biofuels of the first and second generation
Table III-13 Advantages and disadvantages of second-generation biofuels
Table III-14 Main manufacturers engaged in second generation biofuels in China
Table III-15 Main research institutes engaged in second generation biofuels in China
Table III-16 Advantages and disadvantages of third-generation biofuel
Table III-17 Main research institutes engaged in third-generation biofuels in China
Table IV-1 Comparison among four kinds of biofuel technologies in China
Table IV-2 Enzymatic hydrolysis in production of different biofuels
Table IV-3 Main researchers on raw materials for biofuel in China, 2009
Table IV-4 Main researchers on biofuel in China, 2009
Table IV-5 New biofuel technologies likely to be industrialized in China, by 2009
Table V-1 Main regulations released on biofuel industry in China
Table V-2 Discharge standard of two important indicators for biofuel industry in China, Unit: mg/L
Table VI-1 Competitiveness analysis of China's biofuel industry, 2009
Table VI-2 Comparison of the 3 state-owned ethanol producers in China, 2009


LIST OF FIGURES


Figure I-1 Consumption structure of fuel oil by type in China, 2008
Figure II-1 Corn planting area in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2 Import and export of corn in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-3 Consumption volume of corn by application filed in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-4 Production chain of corn starch
Figure II-5 Forecast on import and export of corn in China, 2010~2014
Figure II-6 Forecast on corn consumption volume in China, 2010~2014
Figure II-7 Wheat planting area in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-8 Import and export of wheat in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-9 Consumption volume of wheat by application field in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-10 Forecast on wheat consumption by application field in China, 2010~2014
Figure II-11 Cassava planting area in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-12 Supply, import and export of cassava in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-13 Price trend of cassava in China, 2004~2009 (dry cassava)
Figure II-14 Consumption structure of cassava by application field in China, 2008
Figure II-15 Applications of cassava alcohol
Figure II-16 Planting area of sorghum in China, 2004~2008
Figure II-17 Soybean planting area in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-18 Price trend of soybean in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-19 Import and export of soybean in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-20 Consumption volume of soybean by application field in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-21 Consumption volume of soybean oil by application in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-22 Forecast on consumption of soybean oil in China, 2010~2014
Figure II-23 Corn cob price in some major production provinces in China, 2004~2008
Figure II-24 Consumption structure of corn cobs by application in China in 2008
Figure II-25 Consumption structure of corn stover in China, 2008
Figure III-1 Evolution of four generations biofuels in the world
Figure III-2 Output of fuel ethanol in China, 2003-2009est
Figure III-3 Fuel ethanol capacity structure of different raw materials in China, 2009
Figure III-5 Forecast on capacity of fuel ethanol in China, 2009-2014
Figure III-6 Biodiesel capacity structure of different raw materials in China, 2009
Figure III-7 Forecast on capacity of biodiesel in China, 2009-2014
Figure III-8 Forecast on capacity of second-generation fuel ethanol in China to 2014
Figure IV-1 Flowchart of fuel ethanol production technology in China
Figure VII-1 Forecast on first and second generation fuel ethanol capacity to 2014 in China
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