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U.S. Biobased Products Market Potential and Projections through 2025
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Authors: Meredith A. Williamson 
Book Description:
This book looks at U.S. biobased products and their market potential. This study is based upon data and assumptions as of 2006 which were used to identify the market potential for biobased products - their production volumes and applications - through the year 2025. Market penetration was assessed based on information available through April 2006 and benchmark assumptions with respect to factors such as policy, biobased feedstock prices, and energy prices. Recent results of the benchmark assumptions, however, have not materialized; corn prices have increased, the market prices for biofuels are lower, and the infrastructure costs continue to increase. If such trends that lead to low profit margins continue, there will be a slowing effect on the biofuels industry. Furthermore, with the dynamic nature of the biobased industry affecting short term developments, the long term trends toward 2025 could vary widely based upon future policy, research, and market developments. Such potential outcomes are discussed in this book.
This is an edited, reformatted and augmented version of a United States Department of Agriculture publication, report OCE-2008-1, dated February 2008.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Executive Summary, pp. 1-7

Chapter 2. Introduction, pp. 9-19

Chapter 3. Biofuels, pp. 21-55

Chapter 4. Biobased Products, pp. 57-145

Chapter 5. Biobased Process Technologies, pp. 147-166

Chapter 6. Integrated Biobased Production, pp. 167-176

Chapter 7. Biomass Feedstocks: Supply and Spatial Distribution of Raw
Materials, pp. 177-192

Chapter 8. Growth of Biobased Economy: Projections and Impacts, pp. 193-209

Chapter 9. Policy Context, pp. 211-217

Chapter 10. Conclusions, pp. 219

Chapter 11. Appendix 1: State Biofuel Programs, pp. 221-226

Chapter 12. Appendix 2: Biofuel Policies and Use in Other Countries, pp. 227-233

Chapter 13. Appendix 3: Iowa State University Preliminary Review of
U.S. Biobased Products Companies, pp. 235-237

Chapter 14. References and Sources, pp. 239-249

Chapter 15. Glossary, pp. 251-254


      Agriculture Issues and Policies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-033-1
   Status: AV
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