Biorefineries

Biorefineries outlines the processes and steps to successfully scale up production of two types of biofuels, butanol and ethanol, from cellulosic residues for commercial purposes. It covers practical topics, including biomass availability, pretreatment, fermentation, and water recycling, as well as policy and economic factors. This reflects the unique expertise of the editor team, whose backgrounds range from wood and herbaceous feedstocks to process economics and industrial expertise. The strategies presented in this book help readers to design integrated and efficient processes to reduce the cost of production and achieve an economically viable end product

  • Outlines the economic benefits of designing a single operational process.
  • Includes all currently available processes on pretreatment, fermentation and recovery
  • Covers all pretreatment, fermentation, and product recovery options
  • Focuses on biofuels but acts as a stepping stone to develop cost-efficient processes for an array of commodity chemicals

Analyzing the Indian Biofuel Industry – 2014

Although biofuels are mainly used to replace or supplement the traditional petroleum-based transportation fuels, they can also be deployed to generate heat and electricity. Being an alternative to fossils, biofuels can be applied to existing vehicles with little or no engine modification. Although they release CO2 when burned in internal combustion engines, they differ from fossil fuels partly because their use reduces the net emission of carbon dioxide and other gases associated with global climate change and partly because they are biodegradable.

Biofuels have had a long history of use in the transport sector. This began in the 1970s and early 1980s when a substantial increase in biofuels production and use in many countries resulted from high oil prices. But biofuels became less competitive vis-à-vis fossil fuels after the collapse of oil prices in the mid-1980s, and global interest in biofuels for transport waned considerably in the 1990s and the first years of the 21st century.

The recent sustained increase in international oil prices has once again highlighted the potential for biofuels to contribute to transport fuel demand, particularly in countries that import the bulk of fossil fuel supplies. Global concerns about the effects of fossil fuel use on the environment, as well as recognition of the benefits of energy supply diversification also support increasing biofuels production and use.

There is a lot happening in the field of biofuels in India, and to capture these, this report brings you the complete guide to the Indian Biofuels Industry – Analyzing the Indian Biofuels Industry.

The report begins with an analysis of the basic know-hows one needs to be familiar with before starting on the fascinating journey of discovering the biofuels industry in India. The economics of biofuels, issues facing the industry, regulatory barriers as well as incentives, technologies involved, major types of biofuels, and many other topics are discussed in depth at the starting of the report.

This report then moves on to the sections dedicated to a thorough analysis of the Indian Biofuels Industry. Information and research included in this section ranges from an overview of the industry, issues the industry is dealing with, questions about price sustainability, risks involved in biofuel investment, and much more.

The huge support the biofuel industry receives from the Indian government in form of incentives, tax exemptions, favorable policies etc., and factors contributing to the success of the biofuel industry in the country are also focused upon in the report.

Moving ahead, the research report covers the Indian ethanol and biodiesel industry in-depth. These sections cover information pertaining to market statistics, various regulations governing these markets, production statistics, industry potential, market challenges, the various requirements for production of ethanol and biodiesel, and much more. Role of various ministries in the Indian biofuel industry is also looked upon briefly.

Case studies from the Indian biofuel industry makes up the concluding sections, with an analysis of the major projects ongoing & proposed.

Analysis of the major industry players such as Reliance Industries, Godrej Agrovet, Emami Group, and others concludes this research report.

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Pretreatment of Biomass

Pretreatment of Biomass provides general information, basic data, and knowledge on one of the most promising renewable energy sources-biomass for their pretreatment-which is one of the most essential and critical aspects of biomass-based processes development. The quest to make the environment greener, less polluted, and less hazardous has led to the concept of biorefineries for developing bio-based processes and products using biomass as a feedstock. Each kind of biomass requires some kind of pretreatment to make it suitable for bioprocess. This book provides state-of-art information on the methods currently available for this.

This book provides data-based scientific information on the most advanced and innovative pretreatment of lignocellulosic and algal biomass for further processing. Pretreatment of biomass is considered one of the most expensive steps in the overall processing in a biomass-to-biofuel program. With the strong advancement in developing lignocellulose biomass- and algal biomass-based biorefineries, global focus has been on developing pretreatment methods and technologies that are technically and economically feasible. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in methods used for the pretreatment of biomass. An entire section is devoted to the methods and technologies of algal biomass due to the increasing global attention of its use.

  • Provides information on the most advanced and innovative pretreatament processes and technologies for biomass
  • Covers information on lignocellulosic and algal biomass to work on the principles of biorefinery
  • Useful for researchers intending to study scale-up
  • Provides information on integration of processes and technologies for the pretreatment of biomass

The Market for Biowaste AD Plants in Europe

Fermenting biowaste is a current focus of many disposal companies and energy producers in Europe. The implementation of the EU waste legislation and the increasing support for using residual materials to produce biogas both favour and determine the construction of biowaste AD plants.

This is why the installed capacities in biogas plants fermenting municipal and industrial biowaste will increase from 900 MWel in 2014 to around 1,750 MWel in 2023 – meaning the capacities will almost double in the next ten years. We furthermore expect the number of plants in Europe to grow from 800 to over 1,450.

This report has analysed the market for biowaste AD plants in Europe in detail and we are happy to offer you a detailed study on this topic. In our work, we have also involved energy agencies, public authorities and waste associations as well as operators and plant manufacturers.

The up-to-date analysis of figures, facts, estimations and trends in the European market is of interest for operators, disposal companies, suppliers, associations, research institutes and consultants.

The study “The Market for Biowaste AD Plants in Europe” includes:

– The analysis and description of the most important operators and manufacturers of biowaste AD plants with a comparison of the different plant technologies.
– An evaluation of the costs and revenues structures of a biowaste AD plant, based on exemplary plants.
– A presentation of an exemplary project planning for a biowaste AD plant, from the idea for the plant to its commissioning.
– A detailed analysis of all important political, economic, managerial and technical trends for constructing and operating biowaste AD plants.
– A concrete assessment of the current and future market volumes for biowaste AD plants by country, up to and including 2023, based on a transparent and understandable methodology.
– The description of more than 700 biowaste AD plants, including technical data and contact addresses. These plants represent around 90 per cent of the European capacities.
– A project list with over 150 new construction projects, 40 of which are actually under construction and more than 110 of which are being planned or discussed.

Global Second Generation Biofuels (Advanced Biofuels) Market (Fuel Types, Feedstock Types and Geography) – Size, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Segmentation and Forecast, 2013 – 2020

Second generation biofuels yield more energy efficient output than conventional fossil fuels and are environment-friendly as well. Other enabling factors such as favourable environmental regulations & policies, investments/funds provided by the North American and European governments for R&D and commercialization of second generation biofuels, also drive growth of the second generation biofuels market. The global second generation biofuels market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 49.4% over 2014 – 2020 and it is expected to be valued at $ 23.9 billion in 2020.

Based on biofuel types, the market is segmented into Cellulosic ethanol, Biodiesel, Biobutanol, BioDME and others. Currently, most of the second generation biofuels, such as Cellulosic ethanol, (algae-based) Biodiesel are in the initial stages of commercialization, whilst Biobutanol and BioDME are in the laboratory/pilot production phase. Attributed to usage of high yield feedstock (algae), coupled with high potential for reduction of GHG emissions, it is estimated that Biodiesel will garner the largest market share in terms of production (among the other types of second generation biofuels).

Geographically, the second generation biofuels market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and LAMEA. Owing to favorable regulations and financial support from the governments of developed regions – North America and Europe, have garnered majority market share in 2013, however, this scenario would change by 2020.

To leverage opportunities in the second generation biofuels market, many companies are setting up plants for production of such biofuels. Some of the key manufacturing companies profiled in the report are Algenol Biofuels, Abengoa bioenergy, POET-DSM, GranBio, INEOS Bio, Inbicon, Clariant, ZeaChem, DuPont Industrial Biosciences and Fiberight LLC.

Analyzing the Biofuel Industry in Australia

Although biofuels are mainly used to replace or supplement the traditional petroleum-based transportation fuels, they can also be deployed to generate heat and electricity. Being an alternative to fossils, biofuels can be applied to existing vehicles with little or no engine modification. Although they release CO2 when burned in internal combustion engines, they differ from fossil fuels partly because their use reduces the net emission of carbon dioxide and other gases associated with global climate change and partly because they are biodegradable.

The recent sustained increase in international oil prices has once again highlighted the potential for biofuels to contribute to transport fuel demand, particularly in countries that import the bulk of fossil fuel supplies. Global concerns about the effects of fossil fuel use on the environment, as well as recognition of the benefits of energy supply diversification also support increasing biofuels production and use.

There are currently three commercial producers of fuel ethanol in Australia, all on the East Coast. CSR's Sarina distillery and the Rocky Point distillery are located in Queensland and produce ethanol from molasses feedstock. The Manildra Group also produces fuel ethanol from waste starch and grain at a facility near Nowra, New South Wales. The combined capacity of these three producers has been estimated at less than 150 million liters per annum. A number of other prospective producers have projects at various stages of development.

Australian biofuels companies are benefiting from the increasing demand for alternative fuels as a source of energy for transportation and electrical generation. No doubt you already know that demand is being driven by a combination of factors such as climate change, high oil prices, market and government incentives or subsidies and increasing oil imports.

Federal Government support for fuel ethanol includes a voluntary industry biofuels target (encompassing ethanol, biodiesel, and other biofuels) of 350 million liters per annum by 2010, capital grants to current and prospective producers, fuel excise relief, and an effective tariff on imported ethanol until July 1, 2011.

There is a lot happening in the field of biofuels in Australia, and to capture these, this research brings you the complete guide to the Australian Biofuels Industry – Analyzing the Biofuel Industry in Australia.

The report begins with an analysis of the basic know-hows one needs to be familiar with before starting on the fascinating journey of discovering the biofuels industry in Australia. The economics of biofuels, issues facing the industry, regulatory barriers as well as incentives, technologies involved, major types of biofuels, and many other topics are discussed in depth at the starting of the report.

Divided into four sections, Aruvian’s report then moves on to Section 2, which analyzes the Australian Energy Industry. From looking at the energy challenges facing the country to the rising demand for energy in the country, and the renewable energy certificates act in the country, the section also takes a look at the various sectors of the energy industry such as oil, natural gas, electricity, coal, amongst others.

Section 3 is focused on the Australian Biofuels Industry. History of the industry’s development through the years, the biofuel policy in Australia, position of the biofuel policy in the Australian renewable energy plan, the strategic implementation of the biofuel policy, and much more is discussed in the report.

Section 3 is also a complete analysis of the biodiesel and ethanol industry in Australia. Market overview, statistics, R&D profile, production, and end-use technologies are just some of the points focused on in the section. A comprehensive analysis is carried out on the availability of biomass for biodiesel and ethanol production and the potential use of these biomass sources in agriculture and forestry. Markets and cost analysis of the by-products of biodiesel and ethanol are something to watch out for in the report.

The economics, prices and competitiveness of biodiesel and ethanol in Australia is also touched upon, along with the benefits of biodiesel and ethanol and the barriers facing the development of biofuels in Australia.

The future of biodiesel and ethanol in terms of demand and production potential is also included.

Section 3 also profiles the leading industry players, thus concluding the report.

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Analyzing China’s Biofuel Industry

Although biofuels are mainly used to replace or supplement the traditional petroleum-based transportation fuels, they can also be deployed to generate heat and electricity. Being an alternative to fossils, biofuels can be applied to existing vehicles with little or no engine modification. Although they release CO2 when burned in internal combustion engines, they differ from fossil fuels partly because their use reduces the net emission of carbon dioxide and other gases associated with global climate change and partly because they are biodegradable.

Biofuels have had a long history of use in the transport sector. This began in the 1970s and early 1980s when a substantial increase in biofuels production and use in many countries resulted from high oil prices. But biofuels became less competitive vis-à-vis fossil fuels after the collapse of oil prices in the mid-1980s, and global interest in biofuels for transport waned considerably in the 1990s and the first years of the 21st century.

The recent sustained increase in international oil prices has once again highlighted the potential for biofuels to contribute to transport fuel demand, particularly in countries that import the bulk of fossil fuel supplies. Global concerns about the effects of fossil fuel use on the environment, as well as recognition of the benefits of energy supply diversification also support increasing biofuels production and use.

There is a lot happening in the field of biofuels in China, and to capture these, this research brings you the complete guide to the Chinese Biofuels Industry – Analyzing China’s Biofuels Industry.

The report begins with an analysis of the basic know-hows one needs to be familiar with before starting on the fascinating journey of discovering the biofuels industry in China. The economics of biofuels, issues facing the industry, regulatory barriers as well as incentives, technologies involved, major types of biofuels, and many other topics are discussed in depth at the starting of the report.

Divided into eleven sections, the report then moves on to Section 2, which analyzes the Chinese Energy Industry. From looking at the energy challenges facing the country to the macroeconomic drivers in China, and the rising demand for energy in the transportation sector, the section also takes a look at the various sectors of the energy industry such as oil, natural gas, electricity, coal, amongst others.

Section 3 is focused on the Chinese Biofuels Industry. History of the industry’s development through the years, the biofuel diffusion policy in China, position of the biofuel policy in the Chinese renewable energy plan, the strategic implementation of the biofuel policy, and the dominating role of the Chinese government in the biofuels industry is analyzed in details in the report.

Section 4 is a complete analysis of the biodiesel industry in China. Market overview, statistics, R&D profile, production, and end-use technologies are just some of the points focused on in this section. A comprehensive analysis is carried out on the availability of biomass for biodiesel production and the potential use of these biomass sources in agriculture and forestry. Biomass sources such as Jatropha Curcas, Pistacia chinensis Bunge, Xanthoceras sorbifolia Bunge, and many others are discussed in this section. Seedcake and Glycerin are analyzed as the by-products. Markets and cost analysis of the by-products of biodiesel are something to watch out for in the report.

The economics, prices and competitiveness of biodiesel in China is touched upon, along with the benefits of biodiesel and the barriers facing the development of biodiesel in China.

The future of biodiesel till 2020 in terms of biodiesel demand and production potential is also included.

Section 5 moves on to analyzing the bioethanol industry in China. Market overview, statistics, end-use technologies, biomass such as sweet sorghum, cassava, sugarcane, etc., are analyzed in the section. By products, economics of bioethanol along with prices and competitiveness is also focused upon. Benefits of bioethanol in China and barriers facing the development of the bioethanol industry in China is also analyzed. A study of the use of cellulose ethanol in China is also explored in-depth.

Section 6 analyzes the potential of biomass to liquids in China. Availability of BTL in the country, potential of BTL, by-products, the economics, prices and competitiveness of BTL is analyzed in the section.

China’s biofuel industry and the national energy policy is researched, along with the policy framework on liquid biofuels. China’s energy scenario and the role of biofuels is another point researched in section 7.

Section 8 and 9 analyzes China’s biodiesel and bioethanol industries in a SWOT Framework Analysis, while section 10 analyzes the leading industry contributors such as Anhui Fengyuan Petrochemical, Biolux, Henan Tianguan Group, etc. The section profiles ten industry players, thus concluding the report.

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Global Biomass Market Forecast – Assessment of Opportunities, Trends and Challenges 2014-2023

Over the years to come, biomass will grow within the biopower, biofuels, and bioproduct sectors. About 70% of all biomass in the world is used in the residential sector, while 14% is used in industry and 11% is transformed into electricity, heat, or another energy carrier such as liquid fuel or biogas.

Under the present market conditions, the majority of available renewable power resources including biomass power are yet to become cost competitive compared to non-renewable resources including coal and natural gas. Going forward, benefits from national level programs, energy efficiency incentives, and financial incentives targeting the expansion of the renewables market will create demand for additional biomass power capacity globally between 2013 and 2035.

In rural areas, biomass fuels are mainly collected by users, whereas in urban areas they are mostly marketed after collection by urban authorities or their agents. Urban use is based on the collection and processing of large quantities of waste, mainly by municipal authorities for processing in central plants and distribution by commercial means.

Biomass plants are highly capital intensive, making adoption of biomass technology for electricity generation rather expensive when compared to thermal power generation. Unlike coal, biomass products including wood pellets must be kept indoors to reduce moisture content. As biomass feedstock lacks durability, issues including storage and transportation add cost to biomass power generation, making biomass power generation expensive.

The markets of biomass for energy are developing rapidly and becoming more international. A remarkable increase in the use of biomass for energy needs parallel and positive development in several areas and there will be plenty of challenges to overcome. Currently, only a limited number of modern bioenergy technologies are viable at market prices, which include Brazilian sugar-based ethanol and wood based heating in Northern Europe, and industrial applications such as cogeneration technology based on residues from production processes, including those in sugar factories and timber mills.

As biomass power projects are largely very capital-intensive, this remains a significant challenge for a number of utilities in entering countries with abundant feedstock availability. Going forward, the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) program and availability of carbon credits for renewable energy projects will drive the growth of the biomass power market.

In this industry scenario Taiyou Research analyzes the Global Biomass Industry. The report contains the following:

– An introduction to what is biomass and the various conversion processes for biomass to energy. Environmental impact of using biomass is also analyzed.

– An analysis of the challenges facing the global power industry and why the world needs biomass power. We analyze the global electricity market through electricity net generation and installed electricity capacity. Importance of renewable resources is analyzed along with installed electricity from renewable sources. The use of biomass for generating energy is looked at along with the likely fall in prices of biomass power.

– Outlook for the global biomass industry including an outlook for the global electricity market, outlook for the global renewables sector, outlook for the global biomass power market, and an outlook for the global biomass resource.

– An analysis of the potential of biomass resource by country. Countries analyzed in this section include Finland, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the UK.

– Impacts on the global biomass power industry are analyzed through the challenges facing the market and the factors driving the market.

– Moving to the biomass power industry analysis by country, we analyze the following countries: Australia, Brazil, China, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Sweden, the UK, and the US.

– For each market we analyze the industry profile, market statistics, biomass feedstock in the country, biomass industry regulations, competition in the industry including the major industry players, and an industry forecast.

– An analysis of the major players in the global biomass industry is included. Players are analyzed through a company overview, an analysis of their businesses, and a SWOT analysis. We analyze over 25 global players in our report.

The report Global Biomass Market Forecast – Assessment of Opportunities, Trends & Challenges 2013-2023 is a complete analytical presentation of this high growth industry.

Balkan Countries: Biodiesel Market

This report presents a strategic analysis of the biodiesel market in the Balkan countries and a forecast for its development in the medium term. It provides a comprehensive overview of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, trends, growth and demand drivers, etc.

The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the biodiesel market in the Balkan countries, to present actual and retrospective information about the volumes, dynamics, structure and characteristics of production, imports, exports and consumption and to build a forecast for the market in the next five years. In addition, the report presents an elaborate analysis of the main market participants, price fluctuations, trends, growth and demand drivers of the market and all other factors, influencing its development.

This research report has been prepared using the publisher's unique methodology, including a blend of qualitative and quantitative data. The information comes from official sources and insights from market experts (representatives of the main market participants), gathered by semi-structured interviews.

The report on the biodiesel market in the Balkan countries covers the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.

The report on the biodiesel market in the Balkan countries includes:

  • Analysis and forecast for the economy of the Balkan countries;
  • Analysis and forecast of the market size, value and dynamics;
  • Market structure (by origin, by country (includes breakdown of all indicators by all 33 analyzed countries), by types of products, etc.);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of domestic production (past, current and future);
  • Analysis of price levels (wholesale, retail, distributors, etc.) and their dynamics (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of imports (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of exports (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of consumption (past, current and future);
  • Characteristics of the main market participants (manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, importers, exporters, Government structures, etc.) and the competitive landscape;
  • Value chain analysis;
  • Analysis and forecast of the trends and levels of supply and demand on the market;
  • Analysis of the factors, influencing the development of the market (market growth drivers, restraints, etc.);
  • Country opportunity analysis;
  • Analysis of the major trade flows;
  • Forecast for development of the market in the medium term (including three possible scenarios for development).

This report will allow you to:

  • Quickly and cost-effectively get a strategic analysis and gain competitive intelligence about the market;
  • Track market data, including size, value, dynamics, structure, segmentation and forecasts: past, present and future;
  • Track and identify key market trends, opportunities and threats and key drivers behind recent market changes;
  • Strategically assess market growth potential, demand drivers and restraints on the market;
  • Explore and identify new market opportunities in the countries and regions within the market;
  • Evaluate the key macroeconomic indicators to get insight into the general trends within the economy;
  • See how the market performed in the past (over the last 5 years) and how it will perform in the future (in the next 5 years);
  • Get acquainted with the leading companies on the market;
  • Evaluate how diversified the market is in terms of competitive intensity, fragmentation and environment and understand competitive threats;
  • Empower your marketing, branding, strategy and market development, consumption and supply functions with useful market insights;
  • Build your investment strategy by assessing market attractiveness or company attractiveness;
  • Build your own market entry or market expansion strategy or evaluate your current strategy;
  • Add weight to pitches and presentations by using official and accurate data and calculations.

If you are interested in the biodiesel market in the Balkan countries, this research report will provide you with a strategic analysis of the market, its recent and future development. In addition, the report will save you time and money while presenting you all the necessary information, empowering you to make informed decisions and move your business forward.

This report is 75% ready and is in completion stage. The final version of the research report will be presented up to 5 working days after your order. If you purchase the Enterprise License, you will get an Excel sheet with all the quantitative information in up to 2 working days after your purchase.

Southeast Europe: Biodiesel Market

This report presents a strategic analysis of the biodiesel market in Southeast Europe and a forecast for its development in the medium term. It provides a comprehensive overview of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, trends, growth and demand drivers, etc.

The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the biodiesel market in Southeast Europe, to present actual and retrospective information about the volumes, dynamics, structure and characteristics of production, imports, exports and consumption and to build a forecast for the market in the next five years. In addition, the report presents an elaborate analysis of the main market participants, price fluctuations, trends, growth and demand drivers of the market and all other factors, influencing its development.

This research report has been prepared using the publisher's unique methodology, including a blend of qualitative and quantitative data. The information comes from official sources and insights from market experts (representatives of the main market participants), gathered by semi-structured interviews.

The report on the biodiesel market in Southeast Europe covers the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

The report on the biodiesel market in Southeast Europe includes:

  • Analysis and forecast for the economy of Southeast Europe;
  • Analysis and forecast of the market size, value and dynamics;
  • Market structure (by origin, by country (includes breakdown of all indicators by all 33 analyzed countries), by types of products, etc.);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of domestic production (past, current and future);
  • Analysis of price levels (wholesale, retail, distributors, etc.) and their dynamics (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of imports (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of exports (past, current and future);
  • Volume, dynamics and analysis of consumption (past, current and future);
  • Characteristics of the main market participants (manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, importers, exporters, Government structures, etc.) and the competitive landscape;
  • Value chain analysis;
  • Analysis and forecast of the trends and levels of supply and demand on the market;
  • Analysis of the factors, influencing the development of the market (market growth drivers, restraints, etc.);
  • Country opportunity analysis;
  • Analysis of the major trade flows;
  • Forecast for development of the market in the medium term (including three possible scenarios for development).

This report will allow you to:

  • Quickly and cost-effectively get a strategic analysis and gain competitive intelligence about the market;
  • Track market data, including size, value, dynamics, structure, segmentation and forecasts: past, present and future;
  • Track and identify key market trends, opportunities and threats and key drivers behind recent market changes;
  • Strategically assess market growth potential, demand drivers and restraints on the market;
  • Explore and identify new market opportunities in the countries and regions within the market;
  • Evaluate the key macroeconomic indicators to get insight into the general trends within the economy;
  • See how the market performed in the past (over the last 5 years) and how it will perform in the future (in the next 5 years);
  • Get acquainted with the leading companies on the market;
  • Evaluate how diversified the market is in terms of competitive intensity, fragmentation and environment and understand competitive threats;
  • Empower your marketing, branding, strategy and market development, consumption and supply functions with useful market insights;
  • Build your investment strategy by assessing market attractiveness or company attractiveness;
  • Build your own market entry or market expansion strategy or evaluate your current strategy;
  • Add weight to pitches and presentations by using official and accurate data and calculations.

If you are interested in the biodiesel market in Southeast Europe, this research report will provide you with a strategic analysis of the market, its recent and future development. In addition, the report will save you time and money while presenting you all the necessary information, empowering you to make informed decisions and move your business forward.

This report is 75% ready and is in completion stage. The final version of the research report will be presented up to 5 working days after your order. If you purchase the Enterprise License, you will get an Excel sheet with all the quantitative information in up to 2 working days after your purchase.