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Future of white biotechnology in china 2nd edition

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"Description of Future of White Biotechnology in China …

"Description of Future of White Biotechnology in China

The first edition of this report was finished in April 2008, with 310 pages length in Word Form. The second edition, with content improved and more insightful views, will come out soon this year. The report is the only one and the latest one available in the world to provide good understanding about the white biotechnology in China and to find out the business opportunities in this field.

 - 4 reasons to carry out this research

 White biotechnology developing fast in China
 Short supply of energy and fossil materials
 Government supports WB industry
 Huge opportunities

 Major achievements in White Technology in China in recent years
 Fuel ethanol produced from non-food renewable materials
 Super yeast with higher ethanol tolerance (15%~17% ethanol concentration), used in fuel ethanol production
 Pilot production of fuel ethanol using cellulosic materials
 Biomaterials, such as PHA and PLA, were introduced into the market
 Some bio-based chemicals, such as di-acids, 1,3-PDO, acrylamide and xanthan gum have been developed.
 Technology of some bio-based chemicals was greatly improved, especially that of vitamins.

 - What is covered?

 Policies and regulations on renewable feedstock, WB products, environmental protection, subsidies, incentives, etc.
 Renewable feedstock planting and supply situation in China. Over 15 major renewable feedstock essential to white biotechnology including the categories of main-food materials, non-food materials, vegetable oils and cellulosic materials are summarized.
 Market info of key WB products. The market data, major players, technical suppliers, technologies or R&D situations are included. Over 30 WB-related products are summarized falling into the categories of bio-fuels, bio-materials, bio-products and bio-based chemicals.
 Overview of white biotechnology. Latest market value estimation breakdown by category, cutting-edge technology developments, development environments analysis, SWOT analysis.
 Future prospects of white biotechnology, supply and demand forecasts on major products or categories, prospects on potential WB products, key drivers, bottlenecks, and opportunities.
 Driven forces and key factors for the development of white biotechnology.
 Opportunities in white biotechnology and recommendations.
 Profiles of the major players, researching institutes, top scientists.
 Supporting materials like water, energy, labor cost in different locations in China.
 What are the benefits of the report?

 Gain a clear understanding of the industry landscape and the latest developments in R&D, production, technology advances and future trends in industrial biotechnology in China
 Know the development stages and international status of key WB products of China based on basic data and latest info
 Get reasonable and constructive suggestions on the market opportunities in WB fields in China
 Understand the overall situation of renewable materials supply situation in China based on comprehensive and integrated data
 Get a thorough analysis of the market place for industrial biotechnology in China, the current trend and future growth prospects
 Learn more about the latest advances in commercialization of WB products within China and how policies and incentives that can encourage growth
 Know more about how innovative players and research groups are driving innovation, collaboration and achieving commercial success in China

 - What’s new in this edition?

The updated edition will be strengthened over the last edition mainly from the aspects of:
● Volume and value of market size, production, etc. will be presented.
● Estimates on the market size of white biotechnology in China will be provided, and breakdown by major categories.
● Forecasts will be more de

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  • 1. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Future of White Biotechnology in China The Second Edition Researched & Prepared by: Guangzhou CCM Information Science and Technology Co., Ltd Guangzhou, P. R. China Sep. 2009 Copyright by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (P. R. China) Any publication, distribution or copying of the content in this report is prohibited. Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968 Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 2. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Description: Description of Future of White Biotechnology in China The first edition of this report was finished in April 2008, with 310 pages length in Word Form. The second edition, with content improved and more insightful views, will come out soon this year. The report is the only one and the latest one available in the world to provide good understanding about the white biotechnology in China and to find out the business opportunities in this field. - 4 reasons to carry out thisν research White biotechnology developing fast in China Short supply of energy and fossil materials Government supports WB industry Huge opportunities Major achievements in White Technology inν China in recent years Fuel ethanol produced from non-food renewable materials Super yeast with higher ethanol tolerance (15%~17% ethanol concentration), used in fuel ethanol production Pilot production of fuel ethanol using cellulosic materials Biomaterials, such as PHA and PLA, were introduced into the market Some bio-based chemicals, such as di-acids, 1,3-PDO, acrylamide and xanthan gum have been developed. Technology of some bio-based chemicals was greatly improved, especially that of vitamins. - What is covered? Policies and regulations on renewable feedstock, WB products, environmental protection, subsidies, incentives, etc. Renewable feedstock planting and supply situation in China. Over 15 major renewable feedstock essential to white biotechnology including the categories of main-food materials, non-food materials, vegetable oils and cellulosic materials are summarized. Market info of key WB products. The market data, major players, technical suppliers, technologies or R&D situations are included. Over 30 WB-related products are summarized falling into the categories of bio-fuels, bio-materials, bio-products and bio-based chemicals. Overview of white biotechnology. Latest market value estimation breakdown by category, cutting-edge technology developments, development environments analysis, SWOT analysis. Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 3. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Future prospects of white biotechnology, supply and demand forecasts on major products or categories, prospects on potential WB products, key drivers, bottlenecks, and opportunities. Driven forces and key factors for the development of white biotechnology. Opportunities in white biotechnology and recommendations. Profiles of the major players, researching institutes, top scientists. Supporting materials like water, energy, labor cost in different locations in China. What are the benefits of the report? Gain a clear understanding of the industry landscape and the latest developments in R&D, production, technology advances and future trends in industrial biotechnology in China Know the development stages and international status of key WB products of China based on basic data and latest info Get reasonable and constructive suggestions on the market opportunities in WB fields in China Understand the overall situation of renewable materials supply situation in China based on comprehensive and integrated data Get a thorough analysis of the market place for industrial biotechnology in China, the current trend and future growth prospects Learn more about the latest advances in commercialization of WB products within China and how policies and incentives that can encourage growth Know more about how innovative players and research groups are driving innovation, collaboration and achieving commercial success in China - What’s new in this edition? The updated edition will be strengthened over the last edition mainly from the aspects of: ● Volume and value of market size, production, etc. will be presented. ● Estimates on the market size of white biotechnology in China will be provided, and breakdown by major categories. ● Forecasts will be more detailed. ● Overview of the cutting-edge technology developments, SWOT analysis, and development environments of China’s white biotechnology will be provided. Besides, some other significant differences from the previous version are listed as follows: Table 1 Differences between new edition and the previous edition Items New edition Previous edition Methodology: questionnaire survey Yes No Chapter III: Overview … Yes No Products: Di-acid, PHA Existing commercial Emerging commercial Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 4. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Products: Acrylamide, PLA Existing commercial No Products: antibiotics No (*) Existing commercial * It will be described in the coming planned reports Red Biotechnology in China and Green Biotechnology in China provided by CCM - Methodologies and approaches Scientific methodologies and varieties of data sources are adopted to ensure the credibility. Major steps adopted to formulize this report: Desk research Telephone interviews with WB players and researchers through telephone Questionnaires were sent to many WB players to ask for their opinions Import and Export analysis to demonstrate the trade situation and also help analyse the production and consumption situation Series of internal discussions in order to analyse the data and draw conclusions from it Forecasting Report generation The data collected and compiled were sourced from: Published articles from periodicals, magazines, journals, the third database Government statistics Primary info obtained by Tel-interviews, on-line chats, emails, questionnaires, etc. Comments from industrial experts Import and export data from customs CCM’s database Third-parties’ database Information from the Internet Data from various channels has been combined and cross-checked to make this report as precise and credible as possible. Who needs to subscribe this report? Biotechnology companies Update your knowledge and notice the latest developments of theω market, R&D and applications in China Discover the potentialω opportunities for white biotechnology in China Benefit from a thoroughω review of new applications for bio-based products and assess the potential for the further growth of your company Chemicals and plastic companies Learn how white biotechnologies and renewable raw materials willω change the status quo of this industry and its future Keep informed ofω recent developments of white biotechnology in China End users of bio-based products Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 5. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Know what superior and novel WB products you can get from Chinaω and then create more value to your customers and present commercial opportunities for you Research organizations and academies Know theω latest technical developments and the newest scientific breakthroughs Identify the most significant commercial opportunities toω steer future research Main content: No. Content Page Executive summary 1 Introduction and methodology 4 I Governmental regulations on white biotechnology 7 I-1 Regulations on white biotechnology, feedstock and products 7 I-2 Environmental regulations 16 I-3 Subsidies and incentives 20 I-4 Other regulations (industry standards, etc.) 25 I-5 Entry barriers/regulations 27 II Renewable feedstock supply in China 29 II-1 Overview of renewable feedstock planting and supply 29 II-2 Introduction to each renewable feedstock 32 II-2.1 Food feedstock 32 II-2.1.1 Corn 32 II-2.1.2 Sugar 41 II-2.1.3 Wheat 47 II-2.1.4 Rice 52 II-2.2 Non-food feedstock 56 II-2.2.1 Cassava 56 II-2.2.2 Molasses 61 II-2.2.3 Sweet potato 66 II-2.2.4 Sweet sorghum 67 II-2.3 Vegetable & animal oils 69 II-2.3.1 Soybean oil 69 II-2.3.2 Rapeseed oil 75 II-2.3.3 Animal oil 79 II-2.4 Lignocellulosic raw materials 80 II-2.4.1 Corn cob 80 II-2.4.2 Corn stover 87 II-2.4.3 Wheat/rice straw 89 II-2.4.4 Wood wastes 90 III Overview of white biotechnology industry in China 91 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 6. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence III-1 Market value estimation brokendown by category 91 III-2 Cutting-edge technology development 92 III-3 Development environment analysis 93 III-4 SWOT analysis of China’s white biotechnology 94 IV Key WB products 96 IV-1 Existing commercial products 96 IV-1.1 Bio-products 96 IV-1.1.1 Yeast 96 IV-1.1.2 Enzymes 102 IV-1.1.2.1 α-Amylase 102 IV-1.1.2.2 Gluco-amylase 107 IV-1.1.2.3 Lipase 111 IV-1.1.2.4 Pectinase 115 IV-1.2 Bio-fuels 119 IV-1.2.1 Fuel ethanol 119 IV-1.2.2 Bio-diesel 123 IV-1.3 Bio-based fine chemicals 131 IV-1.3.1 Lactic acid 131 IV-1.3.2 Amino acids 139 IV-1.3.2.1 MSG 139 IV-1.3.2.2 Lysine 145 IV-1.3.3 Nucleic acid 149 IV-1.3.4 Polysaccharides 153 IV-1.3.5 Vitamins 157 IV-1.3.5.1 Inositol 157 IV-1.3.5.2 Vitamin C 162 IV-1.3.5.3 Vitamin B 169 IV-1.4 Bio-based chemicals 173 IV-1.4.1 Acrylamide 173 IV-1.4.2 Di-acids 177 IV-1.4.3 Itaconic acid 183 IV-1.4.4 Butanol 189 IV-1.4.5 Acetone 192 IV-1.5 Bio-materials 195 IV-1.5.1 PHA 195 IV-1.5.2 PLA 202 IV-2 Emerging commercial products 206 IV-2.1 Bio-products 206 IV-2.1.1 C5/C6 yeast 206 IV-2.1.2 Lignocellulosic enzyme 210 Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 7. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence IV-2.2 Bio-based chemicals 214 IV-2.2.1 1,3-PDO 214 IV-2.2.2 Succinic acid 219 IV-3 Potential products 226 IV-3.1 C3 platform 226 IV-3.1.1 Acrylic acid 226 IV-3.1.2 3-HPA 235 IV-3.2 Caprolactam 241 V Key WB players and researchers 251 V-1 Top 5 SOC players 251 V-2 Top 5 private companies 262 V-3 Top 5 MNC players 268 V-4 Startup players 275 V-5 Key WB research groups, technical suppliers and top researchers 282 VI Future prospects 293 VI-1 Drivers and barriers 293 VI-1.1 Drivers 293 VI-1.2 Barriers 295 VI-2 Future prospects 297 VI-2.1 Supply & demand forecast breakdown by category to next 5~10 years 298 VI-2.2 Prospects on the potential products to be commercialized in future 307 VII Conclusion and recommendation (SWOT analysis for each recommendation) 308 VII-1 Conclusion 308 VII-2 Recommendation 310 VIII Appendix 313 VIII-1 Water, energy and labor cost in different areas of China 313 VIII-1.1 Water cost in different areas of China 314 VIII-1.2 Energy cost in different areas of China 315 VIII-1.3 Labor cost in different areas of China 316 Executive summary: White biotechnology (WB) industry, which is often referred to the third wave in biotechnology, is one of the most promising new approaches to pollution prevention, resource conservation, and cost reduction around the world. Eying the huge economic benefit, environmental benefit and social benefit from WB industry, China has paid great attention to WB industry development. In the last two decades, WB industry in China has developed at a rapid clip. Chinese government has paid a crucial influence on WB industry by providing various supports, including monetary incentives and preferential taxation policies on feedstock, supply and demand of WB products, etc. Great achievement has been made in WB industry, especially in bio-energy and Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 8. CCM Data & Primary Intelligence chemical industries. For instance, China has enhanced its global status to the third largest ethanol producer and the second largest producer of chemicals across the world. The great achievement in China has generated huge profit. In XX, the market value of China’s WB industry reached USDXX billion, including market value of USDXX billion accounting for around XX% of the total from bio-based fine products, the largest WB category in China. As for WB technology development, China has accomplished the breakthrough in major technologies including strain engineering, optimization of fermentation technology, immobilized enzyme and cell technology, separation and extraction technology, and optimization of bioreactors in China. Application of fermentation and bio-catalysis technology in high-value and low-volume products in China has seen great success in the past few decades. Thanks to the technoogy development, the number of biotechnology industrial products has increased significantly and their production scales have been enlarged a lot. Major WB products in China are traditional fermentation products, such as enzymes, vitamins, amino acids, organic acids, starch derivatives, etc. For brand-new WB products, such as PHA, 1,3-PDO, di-acids and bio-energy, are all at introduction stage. Based on the previous experiences of successful technology application, more WB products are likely to be commercialized in the future in China. Feedstock supply has been one of the focuses of Chinese government’s efforts to boost WB industry development. Renewable feedstock supply in China can basically meet domestic demand from WB insustry at present. Food feedstock, such as corn, sugar, wheat and rice, is the most widely adopted in WB industry as the supply of food feedstock is abundant and the production technology of their downstream products have been mature. But China’s huge population and limited arable land determines that the use of food feedstock will not be encouraged for food security concern. Hence, China has issued many relevant policies on the use of food feedstock for industrial purpose. And the use of non-food feedstocks such as cassava, Jatropha curcas L., etc, have been actively promoted in China now. Character of CCM' Report: The aim of this report is to provide powerful assistance to the strategy group and the management team in making correct decision as how to penetrate the ever-increasing China market and how to catch the maximum commercial opportunities. The report is formulated independently by CCM’s professional market researchers, based on the first-hand and primary data which are analyzed by scientific methodology, confirmed with both manufacturers/end users/traders and legal authorities, and presented in a logic way. Sample pages: Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
  • 9. ………... - Industry standards ………… Most of the WB products in China have their own industry standard. The industry standards for main WB products mentioned in this report are shown as Table I-4.1 Table I-4.1 Industry standards for main WB products No. Product Industry standard 1 MSG XX 2 Vitamin C XX 3 Vitamin B1 XX 4 α-Amylase XX 5 Gluco-amylase XX 6 Pectinase XX 7 Lipase XX 8 Itaconic acid XX 9 Acetone XX 10 Butanol XX 11 Lactic acid XX 12 Denatured fuel ethanol XX 13 Ethanol Gasoline XX Source: CCM International …………… III Overview of White Biotechnology industry in China III-1 Market value estimation breakdown by category ………….. WB industry has been one of the emerging biotechnology industries in China. WB industry took up XX% of the market size of biotechnology industry in China in 2008, from XX% in 2004. Table III-1.1 Market value of WB industry broken down by categories in China, million USD, 2004-2008 White biotechnology Year Bio-based Biotechnology Bio-fuel Bio-based fine product Biomaterial Bio products Total chemicals 2004 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 2005 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 2006 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 2007 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 2008 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX Source: CCM International
  • 10. ………… III-4 SWOT analysis of China’s white biotechnology ………… By analyzing strength, weakness, opportunity and threat of WB industry in China, a clear picture of the future prospect for WB industry can be gained. Figure III-4.1 SWOT analysis of China’s white biotechnology Opportunity Strength Threat WB Weakness Source: CCM International ………….
  • 11. Table VII-1.1 Situation of major WB products in China Environment Status in the Industrial stage Products Market Technology barrier protection requirement world XX Domestic Low Modest Equal Maturity XX Domestic Low Modest Equal XX Domestic High High Equal XX Domestic Low Modest Equal XX Oversea Modest Modest Leading XX Oversea High Modest Leading XX Oversea High Modest Leading Growth XX Domestic High Modest Leading XX Oversea Modest Low Equal XX Domestic Modest Low Equal XX Domestic Low Modest Equal XX Domestic High Low Draggled XX Oversea Low Low Leading XX Domestic High Modest Equal XX Domestic Low Low Draggled XX Domestic Modest Low Draggled XX Domestic Modest Modest Equal Introduction XX Domestic Modest Modest Equal XX Oversea High Modest Equal XX Oversea High Modest Equal XX Oversea High Low Equal XX Oversea High Low Leading XX - High - Draggled Developing XX - High - Draggled XX Domestic Modest Modest Draggled Little research XX - High - Draggled No research XX Domestic High Modest Draggled Source: CCM International

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