Commercializing Biobased Products: Opportunities, Challenges, Benefits, and Risks
An Introduction to Commercializing Biobased Products: Opportunities, Challenges, Benefits, and Risks
The Changing Landscape: A History and Evolution of Bio-based Products
Butanol Production by Fermentation: Efficient Bioreactors
Catalysis's Role in Bioproducts Update
Separations Technologies for Biobased Product Formation—Opportunities and Challenges
Lignin as Feedstock for Fibers and Chemicals
Bioprocessing of Cost-competitive Biobased Organic Acids
2 Conversion to Chemicals with Emphasis on using Renewable Energy/Resources to Drive the Conversion
Methodological Considerations, Drivers and Trends in the Life Cycle Analysis of Bioproducts
Design and Planning of Sustainable Supply Chains for Biobased Products
Study on Investment Climate in Bio-based Industries in the Netherlands
A Monte Carlo-based Methodology for Valuing Refineries Producing Aviation Biofuel
A Path Forward: Investment Cooperation between the United States and China in a Bioeconomy
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About this book
Biobased products offer substantial economic and environmental benefits, but understanding how to commercialize this requires a comprehensive look at the process, including feedstocks, technologies, product slate, supply chain, policy, financing, and environmental impact.
Covering biobased products in a broad context, this book examines the environmental and economic impacts, compares US and EU policies, explores the factors affecting financing, and considers biological conversion, catalytic conversion, and separations.
By examining the process from several critical perspectives in the supply chain, this book provides chemical engineers with a better understanding of challenges, opportunities, risks, and benefits of commercialization.
Seth W Snyder is an adjunct professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern University. In addition he serves as the section leader of Process Technology Research at Argonne National Laboratory, where his team develops new technologies for biobased products, bioenergy, and water.