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Examine The Future of White Biotechnology in China

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - June 6, 2008) - Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Biotechnologies and Genetics industry is available in its catalogue.

The Future of White Biotechnology in China

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The future of white Biotechnology is attractive in China, and considerable progress in white biotechnology has been made in recent years. China's production of many vitamins and polysaccharides products is now in a leading position in the world. Some novel WB products have been introduced to the market, such as 1,3-PDO, long-chain di-acids, etc. Fuel ethanol has been introduced into the market and now China's annual fuel ethanol output has exceeded 1.2 million tonnes. Many companies in China intend to utilize lignocellulosic raw materials to produce fuel ethanol, with pilot-scale plants having kept being built up in China. The fast progress is largely attributed to Chinese government's measures to encourage the development of white biotechnology. Since January 1st 2006, the Renewable Energy Law of PRC, for example, has come into force in China. Subsidies are given to the designated fuel-ethanol producers in China. Besides bio-fuels, the bio-materials will also gain strong growth momentum with China having been decided to use the bags produced from corn in Beijing Olympic Games.

This report aims to provide good understanding about the White Biotechnology in China and to find out the business opportunities in this field. This report summarizes the White Biotechnology in China from the aspects of:

Governmental polices related to white biotechnology, such as the incentive and subsidies, regulations on feedstocks, laws related to renewable energies, entry barriers or regulations to foreign investors, etc. And then possibilities for foreign investors to acquire/invest/build an industrial white biotechnology in China are assessed from policy aspect.

Renewable feedstock supply in China. Over 10 major renewable feedstocks essential to white biotechnology are summarized, including the categories of main-food materials, non-food materials, vegetable oils and lignocellulosic materials. The supply situations of corn, sugar, wheat, rice, cassava, molasses, sweet potato, sweet sorghum, soybean oil, rapeseed oil, animal oil, corn stover, corn cob, wheat/rice straw, wood wastes, etc, are summarized. For each feedstock, the fresh data to 2007 is included, emphasizing the planting area and location, volume availability, supply, demand, price history, import/export, future prospects, key application areas, etc.

Key White Biotechnology products in China. Over 30 WB-related products are summarized falling into the categories of bio-fuels, bio-materials, bio-products and bio-based chemicals. The latest info and fresh data are summarized in clear format as possible as of figures and tables. For the existing commercial products, the research emphasizes on the basic market data, producers, applications, future prospects and gross profit margin, etc. For the emerging commercial products, the analysis emphasis is laid on market demand, applications, technologies, existing & potential producers, and future prospects. For the potential products, market size, technologies and research status are the focuses. Finally, each product is assessed to position its status in China, namely whether it is under R&D, being introduced, growing, mature, or declining? At the same time a comparison between its status in China and the world is made so as to understand which products in China are in a leading/average/lagged status in the world.

Future prospects. The future development of bio-fuel and bio-materials are forecasted to 2020 according to the demand and the governmental development programs on them. In this sector, the key drivers and bottlenecks of white biotechnologies are explored. At the same time, some arguments on white biotechnology are introduced thereof, for example, the environmental footprint of bio-fuels.

Opportunities. Market opportunities in WB industry in China are recommended and each recommendation is illustrated in SWOT analysis.

Others. The report also presents other detailed info such as research situation of White technology in China, technical suppliers & top scientists info, key WB players' profiles, supporting materials including water, energy, labor cost in different areas of China. Besides, you will also find a report of face-to-face interviews with players participating a WB-related exhibition in China.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Executive summary
Introduction and methodology
I Governmental regulations on white biotechnology and their impacts and forecast
I-1 Regulations on feedstocks, products
I-2 Environmental regulations
I-3 Subsidies and incentives
I-4 Other regulations, industry standards, etc
I-5 Entry barriers/regulations for foreign investors, possibilities to acquire/invest/build a industrial white biotechnology company in China
II Renewable feedstocks supply in China
II-1 Overview of the renewable feedstock planting and supply in China
II-2 Planting area and location, volume availability, supply, demand, price history, import/export, future prospects, key application areas, etc of:
II-2-1 Feedstocks as the main food
II-2-1.1 Corn
II-2-1.2 Sugar
II-2-1.3 Wheat
II-2-1.4 Rice
II-2-2 None-food feedstock
II-2-2.1 Cassava
II-2-2.2 Molasses
II-2-2.2 Sweet potato
II-2-2.3 Sweet sorghum
II-2-3 Vegetable 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 Key white biotechnology products
III-1 Existing commercial products
III-1-1 Bio-products
III-1-1.1 Yeast
III-1-1.2 Enzymes
III-1-1.2.1 - a-Amylase
III-1-1.2.2 - Gluco-amylase
III-1-1.2.3 - Lipase
III-1-1.2.4 - Pectinase
III-1-2 Bio-fuels
III-1-2.1 Fuel Ethanol
III-1-2.2 Bio-Diesel
III-1-3 Bio-based fine chemicals
III-1-3.1 Lactic acid
III-1-3.2 Amino Acids
III-1-3.2.1 - MSG
III-1-3.2.2 - Lysine
III-1-3.3 Antibiotics
III-1-3.4 Nucleic Acid
III-1-3.5 Polysaccharides
III-1-3.6 Vitamins
III-1-3.6.1 - Inositol
III-1.3.6.2 - Vitamin C
III-1.3.6.3 - Vitamin B
III-1-4 Bio-based chemicals
III-1-4.1 Itaconic acid
III-1-4.2 Butanol
III-1-4.3 Acetone
III-2 Emerging commercial products
III-2-1 Bio-products
III-2-1.1 C5/C6 yeast
III-2-1.2 Cellulase (lignocellulosic enzymes)
III-2-2 Bio-based chemicals
III-2-2.1 1,3 PDO
III-2-2.2 Di-acids
III-2-2.3 Succinic Acid
III-2-3 Bio-mateirals
III-2-3.1 PHA
III-2-3.2 Others
III-3 Potential products
III-3-1 C3 platform
III-3-1.1 Acrylic acid
III-3-1.2 3HPA
III-3-2 Caprolactam
IV Key WB players
IV-1 Top 5 SOC players
IV-1-1 COFCO Limited
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IV-1-5 Zhejiang Hisun Biomaterials Co., Ltd.
IV-2 Top 5 private companies
IV-2-1 Sichuan Gushan Vegetable Fat Chemistry Co.Ltd
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IV-2-5 Zhaodong Aier Lactic acid Co.,Ltd
IV-3 Top 5 MNC players
IV-3-1 Novozymes (China) Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
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IV-3-5 Cathay Industrial Biotech Ltd.
IV-4 Start-up players
IV-4-1 Obioer Technology Co., Ltd.
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IV-4-5 Tianhong Bioenergy Technology & Development Co., Ltd.
IV-5 Key customers for WB products
IV-5-1 China Petroleum&Chemical Corporation
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IV-5-7 Chia Tai Group (feed, amino acids)
V Key WB researching groups, technical suppliers and top scientists
V-1 Scientists and their directions
V-2 Research on pretreatment
V-3 Research on strain
V-4 Research on fermentation
V-5 Extraction technique in PHA industry
V-6 Waste water treatment
V-7 Summary
VI Future prospects
VI-1 Drivers
VI-2 Bottlenecks
VI-3 Future prospects
VI-3.1 Bio-fuels
VI-3.2 Bio-materials
VI-3.3 Bio-based chemicals
VII Conclusion and recommendation SWOT analysis for each recommendation
VII-1 Conclusion
VII-2 Recommendation
VIII Appendix and supporting materials
VIII-1 Water, energy, labor cost in different locations of China
VIII-2 Other supporting materials: Starch & Starch Derivatives Exhibition 2008 (Shanghai)

LIST OF TABLES
Table I Industrial status of WB products in China
Table II Market development of Bio-fuel, forecasted to 2020, million tonnes
Table III Market development of Bio-degradable plastic, forecasted to 2020, tonnes
Table IV Opportunities in White Biotechnology in China
Table II-2-1.1-1 Geographical distribution of corn output in China from 2005 to 2007
Table II-2-1.1-2 China's import volume and export volume of corn in 2006 and 2007, tonne
Table II-2-1.2-1 Planting area of sugar cane and sugar beet in China, 2001~2007, unit: khm2
Table II-2-1.2-2 Sugar cane planting area in major provinces in China, 2001~2006, khm2
Table II-2-1.2-3 Total planting area of sugar beet and the major planting provinces, khm2
Table II-2-1.2-4 Import & export volume of sugar, 2000~2007, kt
Table II-2-1.3-1 China's import volume and export volume of wheat in 2006 and 2007, tonne
Table II-2-1.3-2 Flour consumption in China in 2007
Figure II-2-1.4-2 Distribution of rice planting in China
Table II-2-2.1-1 The unit raw material consumption for cassava starch production
Table II-2-2.1-2 The comparison of alcohol production with different raw materials
Table II-2-3.1-1 Soybean oil volume for edible consumption in China from 2004 to 2007
Table II-2-3.2-1 The distribution of rapeseed oil production
Table II-2-4.1-1 The output of corn and corn cob in China from 2000 to 2007
Table II-2-4.1-2 Manufacturers of corn cobs powder in 2006
Table II-2-4.1-1 Market price of corn cob in some major producing provinces in China in recent years
Table II-2-4.2-1 The output of corn and corn stover in China from 2000 to 2007
Table II-2-4.3-1 The output of wheat/rice and wheat/rice straw in China from 2000 to 2007
Table II-2-4.4-1 The wood wastes in lumber mill
Table III-1-1.1 -1 Fuel ethanol producers in China
Table III-1-1.1 -2 Angel's super yeast for fuel ethanol
Table III-1-1.1 -3 Major yeast manufacturers in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.1 -4 Potential market size of active dry yeast in China
Table III-1-1.1 -5 Manufacturing cost analysis for the production of active dry yeast (4,000t/a line, facilities investment: 120 million yuan)
Table III-1-1.2.1-1 a-Amylase preparations and its characteristics
Table III-1-1.2.1-2 Specification of thermal stable amylase preparation
Table III-1-1.2.1-3 Demand for a-amylase based on applications in 2007 and forecast in 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2016, thousand tonnes
Table III-1-1.2.1-4 Situation of a-amylase end use segments
Table III-1-1.2.1-5 Major producers of a-amylase in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.2.2-1 Demand for Gluco-amylase based on applications in 2007, and forecast in 2009, 2011 and 2016, thousand tonnes
Table III-1-1.2.2-2 Situation of gluco-amylase end use segments
Table III-1-1.2.2-3 Manufacturing cost and profit margin of gluco-amylase in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.2.2-3 Manufacturing cost and profit margin of gluco-amylase in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.2.3-1 Major Producers of lipase in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.2.3-2 Demand for lipase based on applications, 2007~2016, tonne
Table III-1-1.2.3-2 Demand for lipase based on applications, 2007~2016, tonne
Table III-1-1.2.4-1 Major producers of pectinase in China, 2008
Table III-1-1.2.4-2 Demand for pectinase based on applications in 2007, and forecast in 2009, 2011 and 2016, tonne
Table III-1-2.1-1 The capacity of fuel ethanol in 4 assigned enterprises in China
Table III-1-2.1-2 Some new projects of fuel ethanol under construction in China
Table III-1-2.1-3 The consumption volume of fuel ethanol in 2005~2007, and forecast in 2010
Table III-1-2.2-1 The standard of bio-diesel in different countries
Table III-1-2.2-2 Bio- Diesel products launched production in China, 2006
Table III-1-2.2-3 Bio- Diesel Items put into production in China, 2007
Table III-1-2.2-4 Situation of bio-diesel manufacturers in China in 2008
Table III-1-2.2-5 Information about the potential bio-diesel projects to be built in China
Table III-1-2.2-6 Distribution and output of products from major oil trees in China
Table III-1-2.2-7 Ex-factory price structure of bio-diesel in China RMB/t
Table III-1-2.2-8 Bio-diesel manufacturers profit analysis of a 50,000 t/a bio-diesel plant
Table III-1-2.2-9 The cost of bio-diesel with different raw materials (unit: yuan)
Table III-1-3.1-1 Raw material, product type and technology of lactic acid in major manufacturers in China in 2008
Table III-1-3.1-2 Manufacturers of lactic acid in China in 2008
Table III-1-3.1-3 List of lactic acid projects under construction in China
Table III-1-3.1-4 The existing or planning PLA plants in China
Table III-1-3.1-5 Breakdown of CoGS for L-lactic acid production (Pharmaceutical grade)
Table III-1-3.2.2-1 Gross profit margin of 98% and 65% lysine of Dacheng Company in recent years
Table III-1-3.3-1 Production of Ceftazidime in China, 2002~2007, tonnes
Table III-1-3.3-1 Production of Ceftazidime in China, 2002~2007, tonnes
Table III-1-3.4-1 Major Suppliers of RNA medicines for fatty liver in China
Table III-1-3.5-1 Major HA producers with fermentation route in China, 2008
Table III-1-3.5-2 HA market segments and the growth rate in the world
Table III-1-3.5-3 Major producers of fungi polysaccharides, 2008
Table III-1-3.6.1-1 Major players of inositol in China in 2008
Table III-1-3.6.2-1 Major players of VC in China, 2008
Table III-1-3.6.2-2 Cost & profit for VC production lines with different capacity
Table III-1-3.6.3-1 VB2 Producers in China, 2008
Table III-1-3.6.3-2 Major producers of VB1 in China in 2008
Table III-1-3.6.3-3 Major producers of VB4 in China, 2008
Table III-1-4.2-1 Major producers of itaconic acid in China, 2008
Table III-1-4.2-2 The potential producers of itaconic acid in China
Table III-1-4.2-3 Indexes of itaconic acid from Qingdao Langyatai
Table III-1-4.2-4 Breakdown of CoGS for Itaconic acid production of Qingdao Langyatai
Table III-1-4.2-5 The technology users and suppliers of Itaconic Acid Production in China
Table III-1-4.2-1 Major butanol producers adopting biological routes in China
Table III-1-4.2-2 Major butanol producers adopting chemical routes in China
Table III-1-4.3-1Consumption pattern of acetone in China and in the world
Table III-1-4.3-1-2 Major acetone producer adopting biological routes in China, 2008
Table III-1-4.3-3 Major acetone producers with chemical route in China, 2008
Table III-2-1.2-1 Cellulase consumption structure in China in 2007 and forecast in 2009, 2011 and 2016, thousand tonnes
Table III-2-1.2-2 Situation of cellulase consumption structure in China
Table III-2-1.2-3 Major producers of cellulose in China, 2008
Table III-2-1.2-4 A cellulase capacity enlargement project in China, 8,000t/a, 2006
Table III-2-1.2-5 A technology transfer project in China: sub-merged liquid fermentation to produce cellulase
Table III-2-2.1-1 1,3-PDO producers in China, 2008
Table III-2-2.1-2 Production technologies of 1,3-PDO
Table III-2-2.1-3 Comparison among three production routes for 1,3-PDO
Table III-2-2.1-4 Comparison of several fermentation methods
Table III-2-2.1-5 Breakdown of CoGS for two-step fermentation production of 1,3-PDO
Table III-2-2.2-1 Major WB diacids players in China, 2008
Table III-2-2.2-2 Comparison between fermentation route and chemical route for the production of long chain diacids
Table III-2-2.2-3 Fermentation level of different research institutes
Table III-2-2.2-4 DC12 fermentation technology of Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table III-2-2.2-5 DC13 fermentation technology from Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table III-2-2.2-6 DC15 fermentation technology from Institute of Microbiology, CAS
Table III-2-2.3-1 China's manufacturers of succinic acid in 2008
Table III-2-2.3-2 The price of succinic acid in 11 active manufacturers (Jan., 2007)
Table III-2-2.3-3 Comprehensive comparison of different technologies
Table III-2-3.1-1 Species of PHA from Shenzheng Obioer
Table III-2-3.1-2 Indices of the PHA products from Shenzheng Obioer
Table III-2-3.1-3 Players of PHA in China
Table III-2-3.1-4 Players of PHA in the world
Table III-2-3.1-5 Application fields of PHAs
Table III-2-3.1-6 Production routes of PHA
Table III-3-1.1-1 Major producers of acrylic acid in China, 2008
Table III-3-1.1-2 End users of acrylic acid in China
Table III-3-1.1-3 Biological routes for the production of acrylic acid
Table III-3-1.1-4 Forecast growth rate of acrylic acid demand in China and in the world to 2015
Table III-3-2-1 Countervailing duty rate on caprolactam from overseas companies by China
Table III-3-2-2 Basic info of active caprolactam producers in China, 2008
Table III-3-2-3 Top 15 caprolactam manufacturers in the world
Table III-3-2-4 Price of caprolactam in China, 2005~2008
Table III-3-2-4 Price of caprolactam in China, 2005~2008
Table III-3-2-6 Current technology structure of caprolactam in China
Table III-3-2-7 Demand for CPL in China in 2006, and forecast in 2010, tonne
Table III-3-2-8 Future demand & supply situation (2008~2010) of Caprolactam in China
Table VI-1-1 Renewable energly development plan regulated in Renewable Energy Law
Table VI-1-2 bio-fuel development plan specified in Renewable Energy Development Programme
Table VI-3.1-1 Proportion of bio-fuel in total product oil consumption in China, 2008~2020
Table VI-3.1-2 Market development of Bio-fuel, forcasted to 2020, million tonnes
Table VI-3.2-1 Proportion of bio-degradable in shopping bags in China, 2008~2020
Table VI-3.2-2 Market development of Bio-degradable plastic in shopping bags, forcasted to 2020, tonnes
Table VII-1-1 Situation of major WB products in China
Table VII-2-1 Opportunities in White Biotechnology in China
Table VII-2-2 SWOT analysis of each recommendation on market opportunities in White Biotechnology in China
Table VIII-1-1-1 the price of electricity in 2007 (RMB/kwh)
Table VIII-1-1-2 the price of natural gas in 2007 (RMB/m3)
Table VIII-1-1-3 the price of steam in 2007 (RMB/t)
Table III-1-2-1 the price of industrial water and its fee for sewage disposal in different locations of China in Apr.2008
TableVIII-1-3-1 Average Wage of Staff and Workers by Status of Registration and Region, RMB/year

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure II-1-1 Total crops planting area in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-1-2 Crop planting structure in China in 2007, by planting area
Figure II-1-3 The output of major renewable feedstock in China in 2007, by volume
Figure II-2-1.1-1 Changes in China's corn planting area from 2000 to 2008
Figure II-2-1.1-2 Distribution of corn planting in China
Figure II-2-1.1-3 Corn planting area and output in China in the past few years
Figure II-2-1.1-4The consumption structure of corn in China
Figure II-2-1.1-5 List of the feed output and corn consumption in feed industry
Figure II-2-1.1-6 Corn consumption volume in industrial production in China in 2006 and 2007
Figure II-2-1.1-7 Production chain of corn starch
Figure II-2-1.1-8 Corn consumption volume as food in China in 2006 and 2007
Figure II-2-1.1-9 Corn consumption volume as seed in China in 2006 and 2007
Figure II-2-1.2-1 Output of sugar in China, 1990/91~2007/08
Figure II-2-1.2-2 Percentages of cane sugar and beet sugar in China, 1990/91~2007/08
Figure II-2-1.2-3 Sugar output share in major production areas in China in 2007/08
Figure II-2-1.2-4 Sugar consumption in China, 1990/91~2006/07
Figure II-2-1.2-5 China's sugar consumption per capita, 1991~2007
Figure II-2-1.3-1 Wheat planting area in China from 2000 to 2008
Figure II-2-1.3-2 Wheat planting distribution in China
Figure II-2-1.3-3 the wheat output and planting area in China
Figure II-2-1.3-4 Wheat price in Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange in 2007 and early 2008
Figure II-2-1.3-5 Total wheat consumption in China in 2005/2006, 2006/2007 and 2007/2008
Figure II-2-1.3-6 Wheat consumption structure in China in the past three years
Figure II-2-1.4-1 Rice planting area in China in recent years
Figure II-2-1.4-2 Distribution of rice planting in China
Figure II-2-1.4-3 Rice planting area and its output in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-2-1.4-4 The price of milled early long-grain nonglutinous rice in China, RMB/t
Figure II-2-1.4-5 The price of milled late long-grain nonglutinous rice in China, RMB/t
Figure II-2-1.4-6 The price of milled medium to short-grain nonglutinous rice in China, RMB/t
Figure II-2-1.4-7 Rice export and import volume in China from 2005 to 2007
Figure II-2-1.4-8 Rice consumption volume in China from 2005 to 2007
Figure II-2-1.4-9 Rice consumption pattern in China from 2005 to 2007
Figure II-2-2.1-1 The planting area of cassava in China from 2005 to 2008
Figure II-2-2.1-2 Cassava output in China from 2005 to 2008
Figure II-2-2.1-3 CIF (cost insurance freight) of imported cassava (dry cassava piece), USD/t
Figure II-2-2.1-4 The import and export volume of cassava
Figure II-2-2.1-5 Cassava consumption pattern in China in 2007
Figure II-2-2.1-6 The applications of cassava alcohol
Figure II-2-2.2-1 The output of molasses and sugar in China from 2004/2005~ 2007/2008
Figure II-2-2.2-2 The distribution of molasses production in 2007/08 in China
Figure II-2-2.2-3 The price of molasses in Guangxi province during 2001~Nov. 2007, RMB/t
Figure II-2-2.2-4 The consumption pattern of molasses in China in 2007
Figure II-2-2.3-1 The planting area and output of all the sorghum in China from 2005 to 2007
Figure II-2-3.1-1 Soybean planting area in China from 2000 to 2008
Figure II-2-3.1-2 The distribution of soybean planting in China
Figure II-2-3.1-3 the domestic output of soybean oil in China
Figure II-2-3.1-4 The distribution of soybean oil in 2007 in China
Figure II-2-3.1-5 Price of soybean and soybean oil from 1999 to 2008
Figure II-2-3.1-6 Soybean oil import and export volume in China from 1999 to 2007
Figure II-2-3.1-7 The growth of soybean oil consumption volume in China, 2004~2007
Figure II-2-3.1-8 Consumption pattern of soybean oil in China, 2004~2007
Figure II-2-3.2-1 Rape planting area and rapeseed output in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-2-3.2-2 Geographical distribution of rape planting in China in 2007
Figure II-2-3.2-3 The output of rapeseed oil and rapeseed in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-2-3.2-4 The ex-factory price of rapeseed oil in China in 2007 and early 2008
Figure II-2-3.2-5 The export and import volume of rapeseed oil in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-2-3.2-6 The consumption volume of rapeseed oil in China from 2000 to 2007
Figure II-2-4.1-1 Application of corn cobs in China in 2007
Figure II-2-4.2-1 The consumption structure of corn stover in China in 2007
Figure III-1-1.1 -1 Situation of active dry yeast in China, 2006~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-1.1 -2 Output of yeast in the world in 2006, tonnes
Figure III-1-1.1 -3 Market structure of Yeast industry in the world, 2006
Figure III-1-1.2.1-1 Market situation of a-amylase in China, 2005~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-1.2.1-2 Forecast of Demand for a-amylase in China, 2008~2016, thousand tonnes
Figure III-1-1.2.1-3 Consumption pattern of a-amylase in China, 2007
Figure III-1-1.2.2-1 market situation of gluco-amylase in China, 2005~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-1.2.2-2 Demand for gluco-amylase in China, 2008~2016, thousand tonnes
Figure III-1-1.2.3-1 Forecast of demand for lipase, 2008~2016, tonne
Figure III-1-1.2.4-2 China's demand for pectinase, 2008~2016, tonne
Figure III-1-2.1-1 The capacity and output of fuel ethanol in China from 2005 to 2007
Figure III-1-2.1-2 Flowchart of fuel ethanol production technology in China
Figure III-1-2.2-1 The bio-diesel capacity change from 2001 to 2007 in China Unit: 10,000 tonnes
Figure III-1-2.2-2 Raw materials of bio-diesel in the world
Figure III-1-2.2-3 Raw materials of bio-diesel in China
Figure III-1-3.1-1 Market situation of lactic acid in China, 2003~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.1-2 Price of lactic acid in 2006
Figure III-1-3.1-3 Consumption pattern of lactic acid in China, 2007
Figure III-1-3.1-4 The demand of lactic acid in the world and in China in 2005~2007, and forecast in 2008~2010, kt
Figure III-1-3.2.1-1 Market situation of MSG in China, 2005~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.2.1-1 Market situation of MSG in China, 2005~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.2.2-2 Capacity of lysine in China, 2003~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.2.2-3 Historic price of lysine in China, Jan. 2006~Sep. 2007, Yuan/t
Figure III-1-3.2.2-4 Historic average export/import price of lysine in China, 2002~2006, USD/t
Figure III-1-3.4-1 Market situation of food use nucleotides in China, 2002~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.4-2 Growth rate of apparent consumption of food use nucleotides in China, 2002~2007, %
Figure III-1-3.4-3 Self-sufficiency of food use nucleotides in China in recent years, %
Figure III-1-3.4-4 Market value of RNA medicines for fatty liver in China, million yuan
Figure III-1-3.6.1-1 Production & consumption of inositol in China, 2004~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.6.1-2 Consumption pattern of inositol in China in 2007
Figure III-1-3.6.1-3 Import/export of inositol and its derivative in China, 2004~2007
Figure III-1-3.6.1-4 Historical pricing of inositol in export in the past 10 years
Figure III-1-3.6.2-1 The capacity and output of VC in China, 2003~2007
Figure III-1-3.6.2-2 The market share of the four large VC manufacturers in China in 2007, by capacity
Figure III-1-3.6.2-3 VC consumption pattern in the global market, 2007
Figure III-1-3.6.2-4 VC consumption pattern in China, 2007
Figure III-1-3.6.2-5 Export of VC in China, 2003-2007, tonne
Figure III-1-3.6.2-6 The price trend of VC in China in 2007
Figure III-1-3.6.2-7 The chemical synthesis route to produce VC:
Figure III-1-3.6.3-1 market situation of VB2 in China
Figure III-1-3.6.3-2 Market situation of VB1 in China, 2006~2007, tonne
Figure III-1-4.1-1 Production structure of Itaconic acid in the world by region, 2006
Figure III-1-4.1-2 Consumption structure of itaconic acid in China, 2007
Figure III-1-4.1-3 Historic price of itaconic acid from 2001 to 2007
Figure III-1-4.1-4 Forecast of production volume of itaconic acid in China, 2008~2016
Figure III-1-4.2-1 Market situation of Butanol in China in recent years, tonne
Figure III-1-4.3-1 Market situation of Acetone in China in recent 3 years, tonne
Figure III-2-1.1-1 Approach to utilize renewable ligncellulosic materials to produce ethanol
Figure III-2-1.2-1 Output of Cellulase, 2002~2007, tonne
Figure III-2-1.2-2 Forecast of demand for cellulase in China, 2008~2016, thousand tonne
Figure III-2-2.1-1 Forecast of demand for 1,3-PDO in the world and in China, 2008~2010, thousand tonnes
Figure III-2-2.3-1 Consumption pattern of succinic acid in China in 2007
Figure III-2-2.3-2 Succinic acid consumed in chemical industry, 2007
Figure III-2-2.3-3 Succinic acid consumed in pharmaceutical industry, 2007
Figure III-2-2.3-4 Succinic acid consumed in food industry, 2007
Figure III-2-2.3-5 Succinic acid consumed in agricultural industry, 2007
Figure III-2-2.3-6 The price of succinic acid in China in recent years
Figure III-2-3.1-1 Chemical formula of PHA
Figure III-2-3.1-2 PHA family and major members thereof
Figure III-3-1.1-1 Market development of acrylic acid in China, 2001~2006, tonne
Figure III-3-1.1-2 Supply structure of acrylic acid in major countries in the world, 2007 by capacity
Figure III-3-1.1-3 Consumption structure of acrylic acid in China in 2007
Figure III-3-1.1-4 Consumption structure of acrylic acid in the world
Figure III-3-1.1-5 Future demand of acrylic acid in China in 2008~2015, tonne
Figure III-3-1.2-1 Flowchart that 3-HPA enables commodity chemicals to be produced from renewable feedstock
Figure III-3-1.2-2 Metabolic pathway designed for 3-HPA production from microorganism
Figure III-3-1.2-3 Project based on 3HPA by Cargill's team
Figure III-3-1.2-4 Approach Cargill's team adopted to develop 3HPA
Figure III-3-1.2-5 3-HPA as a novel C3 platform to many commodity chemicals
Figure III-3-2-1 Market situation of CPL in China, 2003~2007, tonne
Figure VI-3.1-1 Prices changes of diesel and gasoline in China, with comparison to the price of national crude oil price since Jan. 1st, 2003
Figure VI-3.1-2 Forecast on the onsumption of crude oil and product oil in China, 2008~2020, tonne
Figure VI-3.1-3 Future market developments of bio-fuels in China, forcasted to 2020
Figure VI-3.2-1 Plastic packagings output in China since 2002, 2008~2020 forecasted, tonnes
Figure VI-3.2-2 Future market development of bio-degradable materials in shopping bags, forcasted to 2020
Figure VI-3.3-1 Percentage of WB products in chemicals in the world, %, 2003~2030
FigureVIII-1 The detailed geographical division of China

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