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Future of White Biotechnology in China

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Published Date: May, 2011
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White biotechnology (WB) industry, which is often referred to the third wave in biotechnology, is one of the most promising new approaches to pollution prevention, resource conservation, and cost reduction around the world. Eying the huge economic benefit, environmental benefit and social benefit from WB industry, China has paid great attention to WB industry development. In the last two decades, WB industry in China has developed at a rapid clip.

The first version and the second version of this report had been finished in April 2008 and by February 2009 by CCM. The third edition, with content improved and more insightful views, also has been finished in May 2011. The report is the only one and the latest one available in the world to provide good understanding about the white biotechnology in China and to find out the business opportunities in this field.

4 reasons to carry out this research

 -White biotechnology developing fast in China
 -Short supply of energy and fossil materials
 -Government supports WB industry
 -Huge opportunities

 Major achievements in White Technology in China in recent years
 Fuel ethanol produced from non-food renewable materials
 Super yeast with higher ethanol tolerance (15%~17% ethanol concentration), used in fuel ethanol production
 Pilot production of fuel ethanol using lignocellulosic materials
 Biomaterials, such as PHA and PLA, were introduced into the market.
 Some bio-based chemicals, such as di-acids, 1,3-PDO, acrylamide have been developed.
 Technology of some bio-based chemicals was greatly improved, especially that of vitamins.

What is covered in the latest report?

Policies and regulations on renewable feedstock, WB products, environmental protection, subsidies, incentives, etc.
Renewable feedstock planting and supply situation in China. Over 15 major renewable feedstock essential to white biotechnology including the categories of main-food materials, non-food materials, vegetable oils and cellulosic materials are summarized.
Market info of key WB products. The market data, major players, technical suppliers, technologies or R&D situations are included. About 27 WB-related products are summarized falling into the categories of bio-fuels, bio-materials, bio-products and bio-based chemicals.
Overview of white biotechnology. Latest market value estimation breakdown by category, cutting-edge technology developments, development environments analysis, SWOT analysis.
Future prospects of white biotechnology, supply and demand forecasts on major products or categories, prospects on potential WB products, key drivers, bottlenecks, and opportunities.
Driven forces and key factors for the development of white biotechnology.
Opportunities in white biotechnology and recommendations.
Profiles of the major players, researching institutes, top scientists.
Supporting materials like water, energy, labor cost in different locations in China.

 What are the benefits of the report?

Gain a clear understanding of the industry landscape and the latest developments in R&D, production, technology advances and future trends in industrial biotechnology in China
Know the development stages and international status of key WB products of China based on basic data and latest info
Get reasonable and constructive suggestions on the market opportunities in WB fields in China
Understand the overall situation of renewable materials supply situation in China based on comprehensive and integrated data
Get a thorough analysis of the market place for industrial biotechnology in China, the current trend and future growth prospects
Learn more about the latest advances in commercialization of WB products within China and how policies and incentives that can encourage growth
Know more about how innovative players and research groups are driving innovation, collaboration and achieving commercial success in China

What’s new in this edition?

The updated edition will be strengthened over the last edition mainly from the aspects of:
● Volume and value of market size, production, etc. will be presented.
● Analysis on the development bottleneck and investment opportunities of White Biotechnology in China will be more detailed.
● Analysis on bio-fuels and bio-materials will be more in-depth.
● Overviews of the cutting-edge technology development and development environments of China’s White Biotechnology will be more detailed.
● SWOT analysis on analysis of China’s white biotechnology will more detailed.

Besides, some other significant differences from the previous version are listed as follows:

-Driving forces and barriers are more etailed in new edition.
-Supply & demand are more higher accurate in new edition.
-SWOT analysis is more detailed.
-Bio-materials(Starch-based materials,PPC) is new added in new edition.
-Microalgae diesel is potential in new edition.

Who needs to subscribe this report?

Biotechnology companies
-Update your knowledge and notice on the latest developments of the market, R&D and applications in China
-Discover the potential opportunities for white biotechnology in China
-Benefit from a thorough review of new applications for bio-based products and assess the potential for the further growth of your company
Chemicals and plastic companies
-Learn how white biotechnologies and renewable raw materials will change the status quo of this industry and its future
-Keep informed of recent developments of white biotechnology in China
End users of bio-based products
-Know what superior and novel WB products you can get from China and then create more value to your customers and present commercial opportunities for you
Research organizations and academies
-Know the latest technical developments and the newest scientific breakthroughs
-Identify the most significant commercial opportunities to steer future research



Table of Contents :

Executive summary
Introduction and methodology
I Governmental regulations on white biotechnology
I-1 Regulations on white biotechnology, feedstock and products
I-2 Environmental regulations
I-3 Subsidies and incentives
I-4 Other regulations (industry standards, etc.)
I-5 Entry barriers/regulations
II Renewable feedstock supply in China
II-1 Overview of renewable feedstock planting and supply
II-2 Introduction to each renewable feedstock
II-2.1 Food feedstock
II-2.1.1 Corn
II-2.1.2 Sugar
II-2.1.3 Wheat
II-2.1.4 Rice
II-2.2 Non-food feedstock
II-2.2.1 Cassava
II-2.2.2 Molasses
II-2.2.3 Sweet potato
II-2.2.4 Sweet sorghum
II-2.3 Vegetable & animal oils
II-2.3.1 Soybean oil
II-2.3.2 Rapeseed oil
II-2.3.3 Animal oil
II-2.4 Lignocellulosic raw materials
II-2.4.1 Corn cob
II-2.4.2 Corn stover
II-2.4.3 Wheat/rice straw
II-2.4.4 Wood wastes
III Overview of white biotechnology industry in China
III-1 Market value estimation brokendown by category
III-2 Cutting-edge technology development
III-3 Development environment analysis
III-4 SWOT analysis of China’s white biotechnology
IV Key WB products
IV-1 Existing commercial products
IV-1.1 Bio-products
IV-1.1.1 Yeast
IV-1.1.2 Enzymes
IV-1.1.2.1 α-Amylase
IV-1.1.2.2 Gluco-amylase
IV-1.1.2.3 Lipase
IV-1.1.2.4 Pectinase
IV-1.2 Bio-fuels
IV-1.2.1 Fuel ethanol
IV-1.2.2 Bio-diesel
IV-1.3 Bio-based fine chemicals
IV-1.3.1 Lactic acid
IV-1.3.2 Amino acids
IV-1.3.2.1 MSG
IV-1.3.2.2 Lysine
IV-1.3.3 Nucleic acid
IV-1.3.4 Polysaccharides
IV-1.3.5 Vitamins
IV-1.3.5.1 Inositol
IV-1.3.5.2 Vitamin C
IV-1.3.5.3 Vitamin B
IV-1.4 Bio-based chemicals
IV-1.4.1 Acrylamide
IV-1.4.2 Di-acids
IV-1.4.3 Itaconic acid
IV-1.4.4 Butanol
IV-1.4.5 Acetone
IV-1.5 Bio-materials
IV-1.5.1 PHA
IV-1.5.2 PLA
IV-2 Emerging commercial products
IV-2.1 Bio-products
IV-2.1.1 C5/C6 yeast
IV-2.1.2 Lignocellulosic enzyme
IV-2.2 Bio-based chemicals
IV-2.2.1 1,3-PDO
IV-2.2.2 Succinic acid
IV-3 Potential products
IV-3.1 C3 platform
IV-3.1.1 Acrylic acid
IV-3.1.2 3-HPA
IV-3.2 Caprolactam
V Key WB players and researchers
V-1 Top 5 SOC players
V-2 Top 5 private companies
V-3 Top 5 MNC players
V-4 Startup players
V-5 Key WB research groups, technical suppliers and top researchers
VI Future prospects
VI-1 Drivers and barriers
VI-1.1 Drivers
VI-1.2 Barriers
VI-2 Future prospects
VI-2.1 Supply & demand forecast breakdown by category to next 5~10 years
VI-2.2 Prospects on the potential products to be commercialized in future
VII Conclusion and recommendation (SWOT analysis for each recommendation)
VII-1 Conclusion
VII-2 Recommendation
VIII Appendix
VIII-1 Water, energy and labor cost in different areas of China
VIII-1.1 Water cost in different areas of China
VIII-1.2 Energy cost in different areas of China
VIII-1.3 Labor cost in different areas of China

LIST OF TABLES
Table I-1.1 Major regulations on feedstock in WB industry
Table I-1.2 Main regulations issued on bio-energy industry in China
Table I-2.1 Major policies on environmental protection related with WB industry in China
Table I-2.2 Newly approved CDM projects on WB industry in China, 2009
Table I-3.1 Major State Science and Technology Programs in China
Table I-3.2 973 Program on WB industry, 2008-2010
Table I-3.3 863 Program on WB industry, 2008-2010
Table I-3.4 Subitems of ultra-low emissions of industrial sugar wastewater technology
Table I-3.5 National Key Technology R&D Program on WB industry in the 11th Five year Plan
Table I-3.6 Subitems of research on pilot production of biotechnology product and technology for large scale production
Table I-3.7 Subitems of key technology on sharing and exchanging of public information about biotechnology industry
Table I-4.1 Industry standards for main WB products
Table I-5.1 Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment WB Industry (Amended in 2007).
Table II-2.1.1.1 Geographical distribution of corn yield in China, 2005-2008, million tonnes
Table II-2.1.3.1 Flour consumption in China, 2008
Table II-2.2.1.1 Unit raw material consumption of cassava starch production
Table II-2.2.1.2 Comparison of alcohol production with different raw materials
Table II-2.4.1.1 Producers of corn cobs powder, 2006
Table II-2.4.4.1 Wood wastes in lumber mill
Table III-1.1 Market value of WB industry broken down by category in China, billion USD, 2004-2008
Table IV-1.1.1.1 Major yeast producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.1.2 Potential market for active dry yeast in China
Table IV-1.1.1.3 Production cost analysis for active dry yeast (4,000 t/a line, facility investment: USD17 million)
Table IV-1.1.1.4 Hubei Angel’s super yeast for fuel ethanol
Table IV-1.1.2.1.1 Major producers of α-amylase in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.2.1.2 α-Amylase preparations and related characteristics
Table IV-1.1.2.1.3 Specification of thermal stable amylase preparation
Table IV-1.1.2.1.4 Demand for a-amylase based on applications, ‘000 tonnes, 2007-2016
Table IV-1.1.2.1.5 Situation of a-amylase end use segments
Table IV-1.1.2.2.1 Major producers of gluco-amylase in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.2.2.2 Production cost and profit margin of gluco-amylase in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.2.2.3 Demand for Gluco-amylase based on applications in China, ‘000 tonnes, 2007-2016
Table IV-1.1.2.2.4 Situation of gluco-amylase end use segments
Table IV-1.1.2.3.1 Major Producers of lipase in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.2.3.2 Demand for lipase based on applications, 2008-2016, tonne
Table IV-1.1.2.4.1 Major producers of pectinase in China, 2009
Table IV-1.1.2.4.2 Demand for pectinase based on applications, 2007-2016, tonne
Table IV-1.2.1.1 Basic information of main fuel ethanol producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.2.1.2 Potential fuel ethanol producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.2.2.1 Basic information of bio-diesel producers in China, June 2009
Table IV-1.2.2.2 Basic information of main potential biodiesel producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.2.2.3 Comparison of different raw materials for biodiesel production in China
Table IV-1.2.2.4 Bio-diesel profit analysis for a 50,000 t/a bio-diesel plant
Table IV-1.3.1.1 Major producers of lactic acid in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.1.2 Key items of lactic acid technology for major producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.1.3 Breakdown of COGS for L-lactic acid production (Pharmaceutical grade)
Table IV-1.3.2.1.1 Active MSG producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.2.2.1 Major producers of lysine in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.3.1 Major suppliers of RNA medicines for fatty liver in China
Table IV-1.3.4.1 Major HA producers with fermentation route in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.4.2 Major xanthan gum producers with fermentation route in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.4.3 Major producers of fungi polysaccharides, 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.1.1 Major inositol producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.2.1 Key VC producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.2.2 Quotation from major VC producers in July 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.2.3 Cost & profit of VC production, by capacity
Table IV-1.3.5.3.1 VB2 producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.3.2 VB1 producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.3.5.3.3 Major VB4 producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.1.1 Major acrylamide producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.1.2 Comparison of chemical and biotechnology routes in acrylamide production
Table IV-1.4.2.1 Major WB di-acids producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.2.2 Comparison between fermentation route and chemical route for production of long chain di-acids
Table IV-1.4.2.3 Fermentation level of different research institutes
Table IV-1.4.2.4 DC12 fermentation technology from Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table IV-1.4.2.5 DC13 fermentation technology from Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table IV-1.4.2.6 DC15 fermentation technology from Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table IV-1.4.3.1 Major itaconic acid producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.3.2 Indexes of itaconic acid from Qingdao Langyatai (Group) Co., Ltd.
Table IV-1.4.3.3 Breakdown of COGS for itaconic acid production of Qingdao Langyatai
Table IV-1.4.3.4 Users and suppliers of itaconic acid production technologies in China
Table IV-1.4.4.1 Major butanol producers adopting biological routes in China
Table IV-1.4.4.2 Major butanol producers adopting chemical routes in China
Table IV-1.4.5.1 Major acetone producers adopting biological route in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.5.2 Major acetone producers adopting chemical route in China, 2009
Table IV-1.4.5.3 Consumption pattern of acetone in China and the world
Table IV-1.5.1.1 PHA products from Shenzhen Obioer Technology Co., Ltd
Table IV-1.5.1.2 Indices of PHA products from Shenzhen Obioer Technology Co., Ltd
Table IV-1.5.1.3 PHA producers in China, 2009
Table IV-1.5.1.4 Application fields of PHA
Table IV-1.5.1.5 Production routes of PHA
Table IV-1.5.2.1 Major PLA producers in China
Table IV-1.5.2.2 PLA plants under plan in China
Table IV-2.1.2.1 Demand for lignocellulosic enzyme in different industries, 2008-2013, ‘000 tonnes
Table IV-2.1.2.2 Major producers of lignocellulosic enzyme in China, 2009
Table IV-2.2.1.1 1,3-PDO demand and related CAGR, 2006-2010, tonne
Table IV-2.2.1.2 1,3-PDO producers in China, 2008
Table IV-2.2.1.3 Comparison among three production routes for 1,3-PDO
Table IV-2.2.1.4 Comparison of several fermentation routes
Table IV-2.2.2.1 China’s producers of succinic acid in 2009
Table IV-2.2.2.2 Comprehensive comparison of different technologies
Table IV-3.1.1.1 Major producers of acrylic acid in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.1.2 End users of acrylic acid in China
Table IV-3.1.1.3 Biological routes for acrylic acid production
Table IV-3.1.1.4 Forecast growth rate of acrylic acid demand, China and the world to 2015
Table IV-3.2.1 Basic info of active caprolactam producers in China, 2009
Table IV-3.2.2 Price of caprolactam in China, 2005~2009
Table IV-3.2.3 China’s demand for CPL in 2007, and forecast in 2010, tonne
Table IV-3.2.4 List of major CPL end users in China, 2008
Table IV-3.2.5 Demand & supply situation of CPL in China, 2007-2010
Table VI-2.1.1 Projected market size of bio-fuels industry in China, ‘000 tonnes, 2010-2020
Table VI-2.1.2 Projected market size of bio-materials industry in China, ‘000 tonnes, 2010-2020
Table VII-1.1 Situation of major WB products in China
Table VII-2.1 Opportunities in WB industry in China
Table VII-2.2 SWOT analysis of each recommendation on market opportunities in WB products in China
Table VIII-1.1.1 Industrial water price and cost for sewage disposal in different areas, Aug. 2009
Table VIII-1.2.1 Price of electricity in Aug, 2009, USD/kwh
Table VIII-1.2.2 Price of natural gas in Aug, 2009 (USD/m3)
Table VIII-1.3.1 Average wage of workers by ownership of the companies and region, USD/year

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure I-1.1 Major regulations on WB industry in China, 2006-2009
Figure I-1.2 Projected status of Chinese biotechnology industry in the world, 2010-2020
Figure I-1.3 Target for Chinese biotechnology industry development, 2006-2010
Figure I-1.4 Distribution of national biotechnology industrial bases in 2009
Figure I-1.5 Distribution of major plant as raw material of bio-diesel in 2010
Figure I-1.6 Distribution of major plant as raw material of fuel-ethanol in 2010
Figure I-2.1 Milestones of development of governmental department on environmental protection in China
Figure I-2.2 Government investment in pollution treatment in China, 2004-2008
Figure I-2.3 Main targets for environmental protection in China, 2005-2010
Figure I-2.4 Major China-involved international conventions on environmental protection, 1989-2002
Figure I-3.1 Subsidy standard for four fuel-ethanol producers in China, 2005-2009
Figure I-3.2 Budget on major State Science and Technology Programs in China, 2003-2007
Figure I-3.3 Number of research items in major State Science and Technology Programs in China, 2003-2007
Figure II-1.1 Total crop planting area in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-1.2 Crop planting structure in China in 2008, by planting area
Figure II-1.3 Yield of major renewable feedstocks in China, 2008
Figure II-2.1.1.1 Corn planting area in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.1.2 Corn yield in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.1.3 Distribution of corn planting in China
Figure II-2.1.1.4 Monthly quotation of corn in China, 2007-2008
Figure II-2.1.1.5 China’s import and export of corn, 2006-2008
Figure II-2.1.1.6 Consumption structure of corn in China, 2006-2008
Figure II-2.1.1.7 Feed output and corn consumption in feed industry, 2006-2008
Figure II-2-1.1.8 Corn consumption volume in industrial production in China, 2006-2008
Figure II-2-1.1.9 Production chain of corn starch
Figure II-2-1.1.10 Corn consumption volume as food in China, 2006-2008
Figure II-2-1.1.11 Corn consumption volume as seed in China, 2006-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.1 Planting area of sugar cane and sugar beet in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.2 Proportion of sugar cane planting area in major provinces in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.3 Share of major provinces’ sugar beet planting area of China’s total, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.4 Yield of sugar in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.5 Share of sugar yield of major provinces in China, 2008
Figure II-2.1.2.6 Import and export volume of sugar in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.7 Sugar consumption in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.2.8 China’s sugar consumption volume per capita, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.3.1 Planting area of wheat in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.3.2 Yield of wheat in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.3.3 Wheat planting distribution in China
Figure II-2.1.3.4 Wheat quotation in Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange, 2007-2009
Figure II-2.1.3.5 Import and export situation of wheat, 2006-2008
Figure II-2.1.3.6 Wheat consumption structure in China, 2005-2008
Figure II-2.1.4.1 Planting area of rice in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.4.2 Yield of rice in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.1.4.3 Distribution of rice planting in China
Figure II-2.1.4.4 Rice export and import volume in China, 2005-2008
Figure II-2.1.4.5 Rice consumption structure in China, 2005-2008
Figure II-2.2.1.1 Planting area of cassava in China, 2005-2008
Figure II-2.2.1.2 Yield of cassava in China, 2005-2008
Figure II-2.2.1.3 Import and export volume of cassava, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.2.1.4 Cassava consumption structure in China, 2008
Figure II-2.2.1.5 Applications of cassava alcohol in China
Figure II-2.2.2.1 Production of molasses and sugar in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.2.2.2 Share of molasses yield of major provinces in China, 2008
Figure II-2.2.2.3 Consumption structure of molasses in China, 2008
Figure II-2.2.4.1 Planting area of sorghum in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.2.4.2 Yield of sorghum in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.1.1 Planting area of soybean in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.1.2 Distribution of soybean planting in China
Figure II-2.3.1.3 Production of soybean oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.1.4 Distribution of soybean oil production in China by volume, 2008
Figure II-2.3.1.5 Soybean oil import and export volume in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.1.6 Consumption volume of soybean oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.1.7 Consumption structure of soybean oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.2.1 Planting area of rape in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.2.2 Yield of rape in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.2.3 Geographical distribution of rape planting in China in 2008
Figure II-2.3.2.4 Production of rapeseed oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.2.5 Export and import volume of rapeseed oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.3.2.6 Consumption volume of rapeseed oil in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.4.1.1 Yield of corn and corn cob in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.4.1.2 Consumption structure of corn cobs in China, 2008
Figure II-2.4.2.1 Yield of corn and corn stover in China, 2004-2008
Figure II-2.4.2.2 Consumption structure of corn stover in China, 2008
Figure II-2.4.3.1 Yield of wheat/rice and wheat/rice straw in China, 2004-2008
Figure III-4.1 SWOT analysis of China’s white biotechnology
Figure IV-1.1.1.1 Market of active dry yeast in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-1.1.1.2 Projected yeast market in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.1.2.1.1 Market situation of a-amylase in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.1.2 Consumption pattern of α-amylase in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.1.3 Projected α-amylase market in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.1.2.2.1 Market situation of gluco-amylase in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.2.2 Projected gluco-amylase market in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.1.2.3.1 Market situation of lipase in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.3.2 Consumption pattern of lipase in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.3.3 Projected market of lipase in China, 2009-214
Figure IV-1.1.2.4.1 Market situation of pectinase in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.1.2.4.2 Projected market of pectinase in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.2.1.1 Output of fuel ethanol in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-1.2.1.2 Fuel ethanol capacity structure, by raw materials, 2009
Figure IV-1.2.1.3 Flowchart of fuel ethanol production technology in China
Figure IV-1.2.1.4 Projected fuel ethanol market in China, 2010-2014
Figure IV-1.2.2.1 Capacity of bio-diesel in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-1.2.2.2 Bio-diesel capacity structure, by raw materials, 2009
Figure IV-1.2.2.3 Projected capacity of bio-diesel in China, 2010-2014
Figure IV-1.2.2.4 Projected market value of bio-diesel in China, 2010-2014
Figure IV-1.3.1.1 Market situation of lactic acid in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.1.2 Consumption pattern of lactic acid in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.3.1.3 Demand of lactic acid in the world and China, 2005-2010
Figure IV-1.3.1.4 Projected latic acid market in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.3.2.1.1 MSG market development in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.1.2 Export volume and average export price of MSG, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.1.3 MSG demand situation in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.1.4 Market value of MSG in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.1.5 Prediction of MSG market, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.3.2.2.1 Market situation of Lysine in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.2.2 Average export/import price of lysine in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-1.3.2.2.3 Gross profit margin of 98% and 65% lysine of Dacheng Company, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.2.2.4 Projected market of lysine in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.3.3.1 Market situation of food use nucleotides in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.3.2 Market value of RNA medicines for fatty liver in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.1.1 Market size of inositol in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.1.2 Consumption pattern of inositol in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.1.3 Averaged export price of inositol in China, 2004-2009
Figure IV-1.3.5.1.4 Projected market of inositol in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.1 VC production in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.2 Market share of VC producers in China by output, 2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.3 VC consumption pattern in the global market, 2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.4 VC consumption pattern in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.5 VC export in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.6 Chemical synthesis route for VC production
Figure IV-1.3.5.2.7 Projected VC market in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.3.5.3.1 Market situation of VB2 in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-1.3.5.3.2 Market situation of VB1 in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-1.4.1.1 Market situation of acrylamide in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-1.4.1.2 Flow chart of acrylamide production with biotechnology route
Figure IV-1.4.1.3 Flow chart of acrylamide production with chemical route
Figure IV-1.4.1.4 Projected market of acrylamide in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.4.2.1 Market size of di-acids in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-1.4.2.2 Projected market size of di-acids in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.4.3.1 Market size of itaconic acid in China, 2007-2008
Figure IV-1.4.3.2 Production structure of itaconic acid by output, 2008
Figure IV-1.4.3.3 Consumption structure of itaconic acid in China, 2008
Figure IV-1.4.3.4 Price of itaconic acid, 2004-2009
Figure IV-1.4.3.5 Forecast on itaconic acid output in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.4.4.1 Market situation of Butanol in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.4.4.2 Projected market size of butanol in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.4.5.1 Market situation of Acetone in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.4.5.2 Predicted market size of acetone in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.5.1.1 Chemical formula of PHA
Figure IV-1.5.1.2 PHA family and major members
Figure IV-1.5.1.3 Projected market size of PHA in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-1.5.2.1 Flowchart of PLA production technology
Figure IV-1.5.2.2 Detailed PLA production process from lactic acid
Figure IV-1.5.2.3 Projected market size of PLA in China, 2009-2014
Figure IV-2.1.1.1 Approach to utilize renewable lignocellulosic materials to produce ethanol
Figure IV-2.1.2.1 Market development of lignocellulosic enzyme in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-2.1.2.2 Forecast of demand for lignocellulosic enzyme in China, 2008-2014
Figure IV-2.2.1.1 Market development of 1,3-PDO in China 2006-2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.1 Market development of succinic acid in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.2 Consumption pattern of succinic acid in China in 2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.3 Succinic acid consumed in chemical industry, 2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.4 Succinic acid consumed in pharmaceutical industry, 2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.5 Succinic acid consumed in food industry, 2008
Figure IV-2.2.2.6 Succinic acid consumed in agricultural industry, 2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.1 Market development of acrylic acid in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.2 Market size of acrylic acid in major countries by capacity, 2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.3 Consumption structure of acrylic acid in China, 2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.4 Consumption structure of acrylic acid in the world, 2008
Figure IV-3.1.1.5 Demand for acrylic acid in China, 2007-2015
Figure IV-3.1.1.6 Future capacity and output of acrylic acid in china, 2009-2014
Figure IV-3.1.2.1 Commodity chemicals production achieved by 3-HPA, adopting renewable feedstock route
Figure IV-3.1.2.2 Metabolic pathway designed for 3-HPA production from microorganism
Figure IV-3.1.2.3 Project based on 3-HPA by Cargill’s team
Figure IV-3.1.2.4 Approach Cargill’s team adopted to develop 3-HPA
Figure IV-3.1.2.5 3-HPA as a novel C3 platform to many commodity chemicals
Figure IV-3.2.1 Market situation of CPL in China, 2006~2008
Figure V-4.4.1 Comprehensive utilization of Jatropha curcas L
Figure V-5.7.1 Technology flow path
Figure VI-2.1.1 Projected market value of WB industry in China, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.2 Projected CAGR of bio-products industry in China by questionnaire, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.3 Projected market value of bio-product industry in China, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.4 Projected CAGR of bio-fuels industry in China by questionnaire, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.5 Projected market value of bio-fuel industry in China, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.6 Projected CAGR of bio-based fine chemicals industry in China by questionnaire, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.7 Projected market value of bio-base fine chemicals industry in China, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.8 Projected CAGR of bio-based chemicals industry in China by questionnaire, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.9 Projected market value of bio-based chemical industry in China, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.10 Projected CAGR of bio-materials industry in China by questionnaire, 2009-2020
Figure VI-2.1.11 Projected market value of bio-materials industry in China, 2009-2020



 

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