DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d87gbg/next_generation) has announced the addition of the "Next Generation Biofuels" report to their offering.
With the demand for fuel increasing globally, researchers around the world are working on making fuel from waste products like plastic bags, wood, and other sources.
Next generation biofuels have been developed to address the growing concerns of the world on the usage of food crops for fuel. Next generation biofuels do not make use of food crops or compete for land with crops. Making low cost biofuels is the entire motive of these next generation biofuel companies. Yeast, algae, bacteria, cellulose, etc., are all being used to produce fuel.
This is a comprehensive research report on the emergence of next generation biofuels.
Next generation biofuels analyzed in this report include the Second Generation Biofuels, Third Generation Biofuels, commonly known as Algal Fuels, and the fourth and yet under development generation of biofuels.
Since fourth generation biofuels are presently under development, we focus on providing a snapshot overview of the market for fourth generation biofuels.
We provide in-depth analysis of 90 major players active in the market for next generation biofuels including Abengoa, Verenium, BP Plc., BASF, Shell, Iogen, amongst others.
In conclusion, we analyze the wood ethanol market in Canada in a case study, along with various topics related to next generation biofuels such as the life cycle analysis of biofuels, production of green diesel and jet fuel range alkanes, production of distributed biofuels with fast pyrolysis, as well as an overview of first and second generation biofuels and feedstock and conversion processes.
This report on Next Generation Biofuels is a complete guide for investors as well as first-timers to the industry for getting a strategic and realistic view of the market for Next Generation Biofuels.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Introduction to Biofuels
1. Introduction to Biofuels
2. Impact of Biofuels
3. Energy Diversification - Is it Justified?
4. First Generation Biofuels
5. Liquid Biofuels
6. Solid Biofuels
7. Gas Biofuels
Section 2: Introduction to Next Generation Biofuels
1. Next Generation Biofuels
2. Using Renewable Feedstocks for Biofuels
3. Lignocellulosic Biofuels - New Emerging Market
4. Technological Considerations for Next Generation Biofuels
5. Biomass Potential Worldwide
Section 3: Second Generation Biofuels
1. Introduction to Second Generation Biofuels
2. Impact of the Economic Recession on Second Generation Biofuels
3. Feedstocks for Second Generation Biofuel
4. Technologies Involved in Production of Second Generation Biofuels
5. Types of Second Generation Biofuels
6. Growth Drivers for Second Generation Biofuels
7. Analysis of Lignocellulosic Biofuels
8. Analysis of Lignocellulosic Ethanol
9. Analysis of Synthetic Biofuels
10. Analysis of Biohydrogen
11. Role of Biorefineries
12. Sustaining Second Generation Biofuels in Developing Countries
13. Second Generation Biofuels, GHG Emissions & Impact on the Environment
14. Second Generation Biofuels and Genetic Engineering
15. Synthetic Biology for Second Generation Biofuels
16. Commercial Investment in Second Generation Biofuels
17. Transitioning from First Generation to Second Generation Biofuels
18. Case Study: Pilot Projects for Second Generation Biofuels
Section 4: Analysis of Second Generation Biofuels by Country
5. South Africa
Section 5: Third Generation Biofuels
1. Introduction to Third Generation Biofuels - Algal Fuels
2. Using Algae as an Energy Source
3. Producing Biological Hydrogen from Algae
4. Investment in the Industry
5. Market Analysis
6. Using Algae for Transport & Power Generation
7. Fuel Production from Algae
8. Advantages of Fuel Production from Algae
9. Challenges Facing Third Generation Biofuels
10. Technology behind Third Generation Biofuels
11. Producing Microalgal Biomass
12. Direct Liquefaction of Algae for Biodiesel Production
Section 6: Fourth Generation Biofuels
1. Fourth Generation Biofuels
Section 7: Analysis of Major Players in the Industry
Section 8: Conclusion
1. Case Study: Wood Ethanol in Canada
2. Producing Biofuels with High-Efficiency, Small-Scale Reactors
3. Producing Distributed Biofuels with Fast Pyrolysis
4. Deriving Green Diesel & Jet Fuel Range Alkanes
5. Life Cycle Assessment of Biofuels
6. Overview of Biofuels of the First and Second Generation and Related Feedstock and Conversion Processes
Companies Mentioned - Click the link below to view the 90 companies that feature in this report
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