A Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market

Global Analysis of Opportunities for the Chemicals and Materials Industry

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The concept of competition between natural and synthetic chemicals has a long history. Today, crude oil forms the largest feedstock material for the chemical industry in terms of volume. Currently, an enormous amount of work is being done by the chemical industry to develop both new bio-based chemicals and new bio-based routes to existing chemicals. The aim of this study is to bring together many of the most recent happenings in the market for bio-based chemicals into a more holistic and coherent analysis. It will, therefore, be most valuable to chemical companies that are in the process of formulating their own strategy for using bio-based chemicals.

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A Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, Executive SummarySummary of Key FindingsA Market for Which All Chemical Companies Must Have a StrategyA Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, Factors Affecting Use of Bio-based ChemicalsIntroductionIntroduction to Bio-based ChemicalsValue Chain for Bio-based ChemicalsMega TrendsImpact of Mega Trends on Bio-based ChemicalsImpact of Sustainability TrendsDifferent Types of Bio-based ProductCategorising Bio-based ProductsA Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, Source Feedstock TrendsIntroductionIntroduction to Feedstock TrendsCarbohydrate FeedstocksNatural Sugars as FeedstockPlant Starch FeedstocksLignocellulosic FeedstocksOther Bio-based FeedstocksLipidsProteinsOther FeedstocksA Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, End-Market Pull FactorsConstruction and UtilitiesOverview of Construction OpportunitiesFood; Drug and CosmeticsIntroductionFood and AgrosciencePharmaceuticalsCosmetics and Personal CarePackagingTransportationMarket PotentialOEM OpportunitiesEnd-customer PullConclusionsA Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, Connecting the Value ChainIntroduction to Value Chain OptimisationIntroductionCase Studies of Value Chain ScenariosFlexibility in Feedstock SupplyVersatility in Product ApplicationsFlexibility Upstream and DownstreamSegmentation by Building Block SizeC2 ChemicalsC3 ChemicalsC4 ChemicalsC5 ChemicalsC6 ChemicalsLong Chain Basic Building BlocksComplex MoleculesGetting Bio-based Chemicals to the MarketHarnessing Consumer AwarenessProduct Labelling and CertificationCase Study of Natural Personal Care IngredientsA Bio-based Future for the Chemicals and Materials Market, Summary and ConclusionsCompetitive ConclusionsIndustry ChallengesThe Importance of CollaborationProduct ConclusionsBio-based versus Other Sustainability FactorsThe Future of Bio-based Chemistry




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