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In biofuel part, this issue reports the latest progresses of researches on microbial biodiesel production and also points out the bottle neck for the development of biodiesel industry based on drainage oil in China. It also reports that COFCO Corporation will probably merge the fuel ethanol business from its two subsidiaries, which consolidates COFCO's market position in fuel ethanol industry. In biomaterial part, this issue discloses that China may issue related supporting policies to biodegradable plastic industry in the second half of 2011. Also, the first domestic industrial alliance of biomaterial has been established in Shenzhen, probably suggesting Shenzhen to lead the biomaterial industry in China in the future.
Nanning City approves its development plan for bio-energy industry in early April 2011.
Well-regulated collection of drainage oil can benefit the development of China's biodiesel industry expectedly.
DICP presented its most recent progresses in biodiesel production through microbial fermentation method in BIT's 1st Annual World Congress of Bioenergy held in April 25-28, 2011 in Dalian City, building a solid foundation for the development of microbial biodiesel industry in China.
In BIT's 1st Annual World Congress of Bioenergy held on April 25-28, 2011 in Dalian City, the most recent progresses in Sino-German Biomass Utilization Project aiming to improve Chinese biogas production technology was presented.
After April 3, 2011, COFCO Corporation (COFCO) will probably merge the fuel ethanol business from its two subsidiaries, namely China Agri-Industries Holdings Limited (China Agri-Industries, listed in Hong Kong) and AnHui BBCA Biochemical Co., Ltd. (BBCA Biochemical, listed in China mainland) within six months.
Baolingbao, a leading prebiotics business based in Shandong, has enjoyed a good development in recent years, but increasing production cost is one of its main challenges in 2011.
China's high sucrose price probably leads to rising tendency of HFCS consumption in 2011.
The domestic butanol price is estimated to remain at around USD1,990/t by the end of May 2011, and then it will start to rise to around USD2,100/t expectedly by mid-June 2011 thanks to the rising demand.
China may issue related supporting policies to biodegradable plastic industry in the second half of 2011.
The first domestic industrial alliance of biomaterial has been established in late January 2011 in Shenzhen, probably suggesting Shenzhen to lead the biomaterial industry in China in the future.
Driven by some favorable factors like governmental preferential policies, Chinese PLA resin industry will expand rapidly in the next five years.
Compared with other kinds of biomaterial, PBS resin has superior processing ability and is especially suitable to be used in membrane production, which makes it become the biomaterial with the most market potential in the future.
Nanning City approves bio-energy development plan
Well-regulated collection of drainage oil benefits China's biodiesel industry
DICP to promote Chinese microbial biodiesel industry
Sino-German Project to improve Chinese biogas production technology
COFCO to merge fuel ethanol business from two subsidiaries
Baolingbao under pressure from increasing production cost in 2011
China's high sucrose price boosts HFCS consumption
Domestic butanol price trend by mid June 2011
China may issue policies to biodegradable plastic in H2 2011
Shenzhen to lead biomaterial industry in China
Chinese PLA resin industry to expand rapidly
PBS resin to prevail in biomaterial industry
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics affiliated to CAS
China Agri-Industries Holdings Limited
AnHui BBCA Biochemical Co., Ltd.
Baolingbao Biology Co., Ltd.
Shenzhen BrightChina Industrial Co., Ltd.
Plastics & Rubber Association
Zhejiang Xinfu Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Anqing Hexing Chemical Co., Ltd.
Kingfa Sci. & Tech. Co., Ltd.
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