The Future of Alliances and Partnerships in Industrial Biotechnology to 2023

This Industrial Biotechnology partnerships market study maps the competitive landscape, examines alliances and forecasts developments to 2023.

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 01 Oct 2013
Product format: Market Report
Number of pages: 150

The Future of Alliances and Partnerships in Industrial Biotechnology to 2023 is major new report that maps the competitive landscape for industrial biotech, identifies key alliances shaping the industry, and forecasts developments to 2023. It looks at how chemical and raw material giants are linking with boutique technology providers and research/technical institutes, and analyses how this will work, and what will be the business models of the future.

Description

INCLUDED IN THIS REPORT

  • In-depth exploration of top industrial biotechnology alliances and partnerships
  • Analysis of key technology trends expected to impact the industry
  • Detailed ten-year forecasts on game changing developments in the industrial biotech value chain

METHODOLOGY 

Smithers Rapra uses a combination of in-house primary as well as secondary research. Primary research involved direct contact with industrial biotechnology actors from all continents in various industrial biotechnology sectors. Smithers Rapra also conducted an extensive literature search, using electronic databases, scientific and trade publications, and industry journals. Additional information came from OECD reports from the European Commission and the US Department of Agriculture and US Department of Energy; recent presentations at leading conferences; and public announcements and press releases of companies and funding agencies.

FIND OUT ABOUT

  • Raw materials, processes and products along the value chain
  • Emerging and established business models
  • Alliances and partnerships forming the competitive landscape

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?

  • Plan your business strategies with confidence, with the latest information on alliances, technologies, global markets, suppliers and partnerships
  • Get an in-depth understanding of the chemical and raw material providers and research/technical institutes
  • Keep up to date with crucial business opportunities most likely to impact your sector to 2023

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Industrial biotechnology companies and product manufacturers
  • Raw material suppliers
  • Buyers of industrial biotechnology products
  • Bio-reactor suppliers
  • Industrial biotechnology R&D organisations
  • Industry consultants and analysts

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report sent to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive summary

  • Overview
  • Raw materials
  • Processes
  • The industrial biotechnology value chain
  • Market potential of industrial biotech
  • Established business models
  • Emerging business models
  • Partnerships are key

Chapter 2: Introduction and methodology

  • Introduction
  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Definitions

Chapter 3: The industrial biotechnology value chain

  • Introduction
  • Raw materials
  • ↘↘ Comparing fossil and renewable resources
  • Processes and infrastructures
  • ↘↘ Fermentation
  • ↘↘ Batch and continuous processes
  • ↘↘ Microalgae-based processes
  • ↘↘ Downstream processing
  • ↘↘ In-situ product removal
  • ↘↘ Pre-processing challenges
  • ↘↘ An integrated biorefinery
  • ↘↘ Green biorefineries
  • ↘↘ Whole-crop biorefineries
  • ↘↘ Lignocellulosic biorefineries
  • ↘↘ Two-platform biorefinery
  • ↘↘ Thermochemical process
  • ↘↘ Aquatic-based feedstocks
  • Products
  • ↘↘ Platform chemicals
  • >> Bio-based polymers
  • The industrial biotech. value-chain
  • ↘↘ Biomass supply
  • ↘↘ Biomass trading
  • Investment, economics and markets in industrial biotechnology
  • ↘↘ Industrial biotech markets

Chapter 4: Emerging business models

  • Established business models
  • ↘↘ Product-oriented models
  • ↘↘ Service-oriented models
  • ↘↘ Mixed models
  • Emerging business models
  • ↘↘ Varying returns on investment
  • ↘↘ Partnerships between start-ups and established companies
  • ↘↘ Amyris Biotechnologies
  • ↘↘ BioAmber
  • ↘↘ Brain
  • ↘↘ Direvo Industrial Biotechnology
  • ↘↘ Genomatica
  • ↘↘ Global Bioenergies
  • ↘↘ Metabolic Explorer
  • ↘↘ Myriant
  • Partnering for growth
  • ↘↘ Licensing business model
  • ↘↘ Models becoming more fluid
  • >> DuPont and biofuels

Chapter 5: Alliances and partnerships

  • Competitive landscape
  • Different company types and partnering
  • ↘↘ Drivers for strategic alliances
  • ↘↘ Role of start-ups
  • ↘↘ Challenges for alliances
  • Existing partnerships and alliances
  • ↘↘ Shell and Cosan
  • ↘↘ DNP Green Technology and Agro-Industrie Recherches et Développements
  • ↘↘ DSM and Roquette
  • ↘↘ BASF and Purac
  • ↘↘ DuPont and Tate & Lyle
  • ↘↘ Dow and Mitsui
  • ↘↘ Bunge, Cobalt and Solvay
  • ↘↘ Cargill and Dow
  • ↘↘ Archer Daniels Midland and Metabolix
  • ↘↘ Fibria and Ensyn
  • ↘↘ UPM and Renmatix
  • ↘↘ Lanzatech and strategic alliances
  • ↘↘ Technology transition to commercialisation
  • ↘↘ Access to infrastructure
  • ↘↘ Evolution and extension of partnerships
  • >> Cargill, Novozymes and BASF
  • >> Dow and OPXBIO
  • >> Genomatica, Novamont, Versalis and Matrica
  • >> Procter & Gamble, ZeaChem and GreenWood Resources
  • >> Coca-Cola, Gevo, Avantium and Virent
  • ↘↘ Rubber industry alliances

Chapter 5: Forecasts to 2023

  • 10-year industry developments
  • ↘↘ More efficient processes
  • ↘↘ Differentiation of feedstock sources
  • ↘↘ Investment from large petrochemical suppliers
  • Value chain forecasts
  • ↘↘ Carbohydrate yield
  • ↘↘ Non-food biomass alternatives
  • ↘↘ Industrial vs food use
  • ↘↘ Cascading utilisation of biomass
  • ↘↘ Biorefining trends
  • ↘↘ Creation of plant clusters
  • Market forecasts
  • ↘↘ Cost of energy
  • ↘↘ Biofuel production
  • ↘↘ Lignocellulosic platform
  • ↘↘ Bio-based polymer production
  • >> PLA
  • >> Bio-based ethylene
  • >> Bio-based PBS
  • >> Bio-based 1,3-propanediol
  • >> Other key bio-based polymers
  • ↘↘ Transition to a bio-economy
  • Technology forecasts
  • ↘↘ Raw material fractionation
  • ↘↘ Need for new, more efficient enzymes
  • ↘↘ Speed of development
  • ↘↘ Integrating petro- and bio-chemical technologies
  • ↘↘ Biorefinery design

Tables and Figures

  • Industrial biotechnology value chain
  • Comparison of R&D investment vs potential market for industrial biotechnology by sector (%)
  • Historical nominal year-average prices of selected raw materials, 1983–2013
  • Global production comparison between sugar and sugar-derived acids and petrochemicals, 2012 (‘000 tons p/y)
  • Global production comparison between sugar and sugar-derived acids and petrochemicals, 2012 (€ per kg)
  • Example of microalgae
  • From biomass feedstock to final product in integrated biorefineries
  • Simplified depiction of the industrial biotechnology value-chain
  • Comparison of R&D investment vs potential market for industrial biotechnology by sector (%)
  • Major processes in industrial biotech.
  • Drivers for industrial biotechnology
  • Typical traits of different business models in industrial biotechnology
  • Comparison of emerging business models
  • Key drivers for establishing partnerships
  • Drivers for renewable energy sources
  • Target sectors and benefits of industrial biotechnology
  • Historical nominal year-average prices of selected raw materials, 1983–2013
  • Global production volumes, prices and price per kg of carbon in sugars and sugarderived acids compared with petro-based chemicals, 2012
  • Comparison of biomass conversion routes
  • Examples of food and non-food biomass
  • Compared productivities for crop plants and microalgae, 2010
  • Summary of key processes
  • Types of integrated biorefineries
  • Green biorefineries: advantages and disadvantages
  • Whole-crop biorefineries: advantages and disadvantages
  • Lignocellulosic biorefineries: advantages and disadvantages
  • Aquatic-based feedstocks: advantages and disadvantages
  • Bio-based polymers: advantages and disadvantages
  • Value contribution from biotechnology vs R&D expenditures in selected sectors
  • Summary of established business models
  • Product-oriented models: advantages and disadvantages
  • Service-oriented models: advantages and disadvantages
  • Industrial biotechnology companies and their business models
  • Drivers and challenges for commercialising bio-based products
  • Company types and their strategies
  • Drivers for partnerships between start-ups and large companies
  • Examples of companies forming partnerships and their focus
  • Industrial biotechnology priorities and expected advances to 2023
  • Industrial biotechnology value-chain trends
  • Industrial production concepts in industrial biotechnology
  • Market trends to 2023: cost of energy
  • Market trends to 2023: biofuel production
  • Bioproducts reaching the market 00 Market trends to 2023: bio-economy
  • Technology forecasts to 2023
  • Technology forecast to 2023: biotechnological biomass pre-processing
  • Small scale and simulation de-risks in industrial deployment