Impact of the Low-carbon Economy on Global Chemical Industry Feedstocks

The Future of Sustainable Chemicals Depends on Feedstocks


The chemical industry has always focused on using feedstocks from the most readily available sources. As renewable resources become a more important energy source in a future low-carbon economy, they provide an opportunity for chemical companies to develop a renewable chemicals industry. This research service examines the following second-generation renewable feedstocks that have the potential to supply raw materials for a large proportion of the chemical industry: cellulose, lignin, algae, and carbon dioxide. The service has a base year of 2012; it also provides poll results from 2013.

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