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Oil, Gas and Refined Products

Market Analytics: Refined Products - 2021

Market Analytics: Refined Products - 2021 provides analysis of the global refined products market, including supply and demand projections taking into consideration the current structural transition.  These include current and expected national net zero commitments, vehicle electrification, marine and aviation decarbonisation targets and biofuels developments.  Products covered are LPG, naphtha, gasoline, jet fuel & other kerosene, diesel/gas oil and residual fuel oil.
Sep 2021
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Market Insights: Hydrotreated Vegetable Oils – 2021

This report provides analysis and forecast to 2035 of the global market for hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), including the markets for renewable diesel, bio-based aviation fuel and bio-based naphtha.     Market Insights: Hydrotreated Vegetable Oils – 2021 includes discussion regarding key market drivers and constraints, as well as demand analysis for nine regions: North America, South America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and China.  Analysis also includes the competitive landscape, capacity listing and cost competitiveness along with a snapshot of latest pricing trends by region and price forecasts to 2035.
Aug 2021
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) (2021 Program)

This report investigates the technical, economic, and commercial aspects of the growing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry.  Cost of production estimate models are provided for 20 different technologies (across several regions) including various HVO, ATJ, thermochemical and other low carbon intensity technologies – credits are included in the analysis based upon carbon intensity.  Capacity analysis, process descriptions, and strategic insights are also provided.
Dec 2020
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Ethanol (2020 Program)

The purpose of this report is to analyze developments in first and next generation bioethanol technologies.  Next generation bioethanol, includes both second generation and bolt-on technologies.  The purpose of this study is to assess the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing first and next generation ethanol, and to investigate future capacity developments 
Apr 2020
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C1 Chemicals and Fertilizers
Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Hydrogen (2020 Program)

Renewable or green hydrogen is being developed as a working chemical for the renewable fuels and chemicals sector and as fuel for transportation and other applications. Production options explored for several global regions include thermochemical (biomass gasification), bio-methane reforming, electrolytic, and other, advanced pathways.
Sep 2019
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Renewable Natural Gas (2019 Program)

RNG (renewable natural gas) is a mostly methane stream that is most commonly derived from biogas produced by anaerobic digestion or from landfill gas (LFG) by removing impurities such as CO2, H2S, and water vapor to achieve a purity similar to pipeline fossil natural gas.  Other means of production include conventional catalytic methanation of waste CO2 with renewable hydrogen (made by water electrolysis with renewable electricity), and advanced electrochemical processes. RNG can be added to the natural gas pipeline, burned locally for heat and power, or fed to chemical synthesis.
Sep 2019
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Non-Ester Renewable Diesel (2019 Program)

Renewable diesel encompasses products from bio-based sources that can be substituted with diesel fuel.  This report covers non FAME renewable diesel as produced: Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), HVO co-processing with petroleum, biomass pyrolysis diesel and other routes.  Most renewable diesel technologies are relatively competitive with the price for renewable diesel in the United States.
Jun 2019
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Market Insights: Fuel Ethanol - 2019

Analysis and forecast of supply and demand of the global fuel ethanol market.  This report includes discussion regarding key market drivers and constraints, as well as supply, demand and trade analysis for nine regions: North America, South America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and China with five year forecasts.  Analysis, including first generation and advanced ethanol consumption, the development of governmental support mechanisms, and progress on advanced cellulosic production, alongside cost competitiveness by process, is also included by region.  
Jun 2019
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Market Insights: Biodiesel - 2019

Analysis and forecast of supply and demand of the global fuel biodiesel market.  This report includes discussion regarding key market drivers and constraints, as well as supply, demand and trade analysis for nine regions: North America, South America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and China with five year forecasts.  Analysis, including first generation and advanced biodiesel consumption, the development of governmental support mechanisms, and of newer production processes, notably HVO/renewable diesel, is included by region.  Cost competitiveness analysis is also included. 
Dec 2018
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy
Oil, Gas and Refined Products
C1 Chemicals and Fertilizers

Hydrogen: Realistic Game Changer?

Although hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth, it does not exist in nature in in its pure form and needs to be extracted from different (often very strong) molecules (e.g. water or hydrocarbons).  This usually results in expensive (energy intensive) production economics.  This report examines possible demand scenarios where hydrogen will be adopted as an energy carrier in various “new” applications and what it will take to actually produce this amount of hydrogen from an economic and market perspective.  Conclusions are drawn on the realistic implementation of hydrogen as an energy carrier, especially in the transportation sector.

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