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Changing Feedstock Trends and their Effects on the Surfactants Value Chain

Coming soon/PetrochemicalsRenewable Chemicals and EnergySpecialty Chemicals and Advanced Materials
This report will provide a comprehensive strategic analysis across the surfactants value chain including the synthetic and natural oil-based suppliers, and the formulators.  In particular, the study will examine how formulators view their supply options in the prevailing feedstock environment, and what is the potential value of innovation in this value chain.
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Biorenewable Insights: Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Jun 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in municipal solid waste (MSW) technologies.  MSW used as a feedstock for bio-based technologies can improve the GHG profile of the process.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing RDF from MSW, and assesses supplies and compositions. 
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Biorenewable Insights: Isoprene and Isoprenoids

Jun 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based isoprene and isoprenoid technologies.  Isoprene and isoprenoids derived from bio-based materials or processes can be converted into a number of chemical products - potentially improving the GHG profile of the process, including everything from rubber, to personal care products, to flavors and fragrances.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing isoprene and isopreniods. 
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Biorenewable Insights: Biogas and LFG

Jun 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in biogas and Landfill Gas (LFG) markets and technologies.  Bio-based methane can be used as is or converted into a number of chemical products - potentially improving the GHG profile of the process.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing bio-derived methane for either use as a substitute for pipeline quality natural gas or generation of power.  
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Biorenewable Insights: Gasoline and Reformate

May 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based gasoline and reformate technologies.  Gasoline components derived from bio-based materials or processes can improve the GHG profile of the process.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing gasoline components, including reformate, from biological sources.  
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Biorenewable Insights: PDO and PTT

Apr 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based 1,3 propanediol (PDO) technologies.  PDO derived from bio-based materials or processes can be converted into a number of chemical products - potentially improving the GHG profile of the process, including PTT (polytrimethylene terephthalate) and PTF (polytrimethylene furanoate), potential substitutes for conventional petrochemical polymers.  The study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing PDO and the corresponding downstream polymers.  
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Biorenewable Insights: Lactic Acid and PLA

Dec 2015/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based lactic acid and PLA (Poly Lactic Acid) technology. Lactic acid and PLA derived from bio-based sources can be converted into a number of chemical products and polymers - with potential to improve the GHG footprint.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing lactic acid and PLA via bio-based sources, and investigates future capacities.     
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Biorenewable Insights: Propylene

Dec 2015/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based propylene technology. Propylene, a major chemical building block derived from bio-based sources, can be converted into a number of chemical products - with potential to improve the GHG footprint.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing propylene via bio-based sources and investigates future capacities.     
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Biorenewable Insights: Biomass Pretreatment

Dec 2015/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in biomass pretreatment technologies. Next generation bio-based technologies utilize biomass as a feedstock and in order to process the biomass into fuels and chemicals, the biomass must first be pretreated.  The study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of biomass pretreatment technologies that are currently available and emerging.     
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Biorenewable Insights: Isooctene and Isooctane

Dec 2015/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based isooctane and isooctene technology. Isooctane and isooctene derived from bio-based sources can be used as a fuel additive with a very high octane number - with potential to improve the GHG footprint.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing isooctane and isooctene via bio-based sources, and investigates future capacities.     

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