Free press releases distribution network?

More news: Energy
Agency / Source: Frost & Sullivan

Check Ads Availability|e-mail Article


Are you the owner of this article?, Turn it PREMIUM with your LOGO instead - and make it 3rd party Ads-Free! within the next hour!



Favourable Legislation Fires up European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market - New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market Analysis 2007, finds that the market earned revenues of €2.93 billion in 2006 and estimates this to reach €9.75 billion in 2013
Favourable Legislation Fires up European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market

 

PRZOOM - /newswire/ - London, United Kingdom, 2007/06/12 - New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market Analysis 2007, finds that the market earned revenues of €2.93 billion in 2006 and estimates this to reach €9.75 billion in 2013.

   
 
Your Banner Ad Here instead - Showing along with ALL Articles covering Energy Announcements

Replace these Affiliate Programs at ANYTIME! Your banner here within the next hour. Learn How!


 

Natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and mechanical failures at pumping stations have highlighted the limited availability and unstable supply of fossil fuels. Europe’s desire to be less dependent on oil imports has revived interest in alternative fuels. This need to be self sufficient has also induced encouraging legislation from individual EU member state governments for the biodiesel market.

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (chemicals.frost.com), European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market Analysis 2007, finds that the market earned revenues of €2.93 billion in 2006 and estimates this to reach €9.75 billion in 2013.

If you are interested in a virtual brochure, which provides manufacturers, end users, and other industry participants with an overview of the latest analysis of the European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market, send an email to Vanessa Quezada, Corporate Communications, at vanessa.quezada[.]frost.com with your full name, company name, title, telephone number, email address, city, state, and country. We will send you the information through email upon receipt of the above information.

“The biodiesel market has enjoyed excellent European Commission support by way of the Kyoto agreement and Directives 2003/30/EC and 2003/96/EC, which specifically seek to promote biofuels and establish indicative targets for their use in the transport industry,” notes Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Robert Outram.

These regulations are expected to encourage biofuel use and make them cost competitive with mineral fuels. Encouraged by the EU legislation, individual member states have implemented their own incentives such as tax relief, renewable transport fuel obligations (RTFOs) and blending mandates.

In general, blending mandates have particularly aided the biodiesel market and the fuel industry. This legislation requires oil companies to blend a set percentage of biofuel in all its fuels, presenting them with a huge logistical challenge.

“Oil companies will require large volumes of biofuel to meet the mandate levels, even though percentage levels are usually low,” explains Outram. “This means the oil companies are likely to team up with biofuel producers in long term agreements or even invest in their own plants.”

Such helpful mandates however, are expected to contribute to escalating feedstock prices.

Since the production of vegetable oil in Western Europe has touched full capacity and has remained constant over the past decade (at between 11 and 12 million tonnes), the intensely competitive biodiesel market is hard pressed to procure feedstock at competitive prices. Even with the new EU member states contributing an additional 1 million tonnes, approximately 9.5 million tonnes of biodiesel will be required to meet EU Directives that aim to make biodiesel account for 5.75 percent of all transport fuels.

“Assuming a 1:1 conversion of vegetable oil to biodiesel by volume, over 80 percent of all the vegetable oil currently produced in Europe would be required for the biodiesel market,” observes Outram.

The overwhelming demand for finite commodities such as feedstock will inevitably hike biofuel prices to a level where producer margins will start thinning. As feedstock costs account for 70 percent of the total plant operating expenditure, biodiesel producers will rely heavily on an effective feedstock procurement strategy and reduced logistics costs.

To this end, biodiesel manufacturers will team up with agricultural concerns and look to achieve downstream integration as well as leverage related business activities to lower costs and increase profit margins.

European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market Analysis 2007 is part of the Chemicals & Materials Growth Partnership Service, which also includes research on the following: Strategic Analysis of biodiesel industry in Southeast Asia and Australia; North American ethanol market assessment 2006; North American biodiesel study 2006; Latin America biofuels markets and EMEA automotive and marine performance fuel additives 2006. All research included in subscriptions provide detailed market opportunities and industry trends that have been evaluated following extensive interviews with market participants. Interviews with the press are available.

About Vanessa Quezada
Frost & Sullivan, a global growth consulting company, has been partnering with clients to support the development of innovative strategies for more than 40 years. The company's industry expertise integrates growth consulting, growth partnership services, and corporate management training to identify and develop opportunities. Frost & Sullivan serves an extensive clientele that includes Global 1000 companies, emerging companies, and the investment community by providing comprehensive industry coverage that reflects a unique global perspective and combines ongoing analysis of markets, technologies, econometrics, and demographics.

 
 
Your Banner Ad Here instead - Showing along with ALL Articles covering Energy Announcements

Replace these Affiliate Programs at ANYTIME! Your banner here within the next hour. Learn How!


 

Agency / Source: Frost & Sullivan

 
 

Availability: All Regions (Including Int'l)

 

Traffic Booster: [/] Quick PRZOOM - Press & Newswire Visibility Checker

 

Distribution / Indexing: [+] / [Company listed above is a registered member of our network. Content made possible by PRZOOM / PRTODAY indexing services]

 
 
# # #
 
 
  Your Banner Ad showing on ALL
Energy articles,
CATCH Visitors via Your Competitors Announcements!


Favourable Legislation Fires up European Biodiesel and Feedstock Market

Company website links NOT available to basic submissions
It is OK to republish and/or LINK any newswire for any legitimate media purpose as long as you name PRZOOM - Press & Newswire and LINK as the source.
 
  For more information, please visit:
Is this your article? Activate ALL web links by Upgrading to Press Release PREMIUM Plan Now!
Frost & Sullivan |
Contact: Vanessa Quezada 
210.477.8427 vanessa.quezada[.]frost.com
 
PRZOOM / PRTODAY - Newswire Today disclaims any content contained in this article. If you need/wish to contact the company who published the current release, you will need to contact them - NOT us. Issuers of articles are solely responsible for the accuracy of their content. Our complete disclaimer appears here.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Issuance, publication or distribution of this press release in certain jurisdictions could be subject to restrictions. The recipient of this press release is responsible for using this press release and the information herein in accordance with the applicable rules and regulations in the particular jurisdiction. This press release does not constitute an offer or an offering to acquire or subscribe for any Frost & Sullivan securities in any jurisdiction including any other companies listed or named in this release.

Energy via RSSAdd NewswireToday - PRZOOM Headline News to FeedBurner
Find who RetweetFollow @NewswireTODAY



Are you the owner of this article?, Turn it PREMIUM with your LOGO instead - and make it 3rd party Ads-Free! within the next hour!




Read Latest Press Releases From Frost & Sullivan / Company Profile


Read Energy Most Recent Related Press Releases:

ENGIE and Statoil Agree on the Renegotiation of Their Long-term Gas Supply Contracts
Vestas Secures 112 MW for Three Projects in France
ENGIE and AES Andres Leverage Core Strengths to Provide Reliable and Competitive LNG Supply in the Caribbean
Power Costs, Inc. (PCI) and GE Power Collaborate to Link Energy Operations with Energy Trading for End-to-End Machine to Market Software Solutions
GE Oil & Gas Signs Agreement with TAG GmbH to Install New Tuning Maintenance (TUMAS) Software on Entire Fleet of Gas Turbines
ENGIE Announces Two New Major Collaborations to Foster New Innovative Green Gas Production Methods Across Europe
Enel Inaugurates Apiacás Hydropower Complex in Brazil
Steam and Gas Turbine Manufacturers Realign Strategies to Harness Growth Opportunities within Clean Power Generation
Enel Starts Construction of Peru’s Largest Solar PV Plant
GE and Maersk Drilling to Pilot Marine Digital Transformation

Boost Your Social Network
& Crowdfunding Campaigns


LIFETIME SOCIAL MEDIA WALL
 
NewswireToday Celebrates 10 Years in Business
Find business coaching, life coaching, executive coaching and corporate coaching, best selling coaching books, ...



PREMIUM Members


Visit  La Bella Bakery Artisan Bakery Arizona

Visit  JobsWare.com

Visit  NAKIVO, Inc.







 
  ©2016 PRZOOM — Limelon Advertising, Co.
Home | About PRZOOM | Advertise/Pricing | Contact | Investors | Privacy/TOS | Sitemap | FRANCAIS
newswire, PR free press releases distribution service magazines engine news alert newsroom press room breaking news public relations articles company news alerts newswiredistribution ezine bizentrepreneur biznewstoday digital business report market search pr firms agencies reports distri-bution today investor relation successful internet entrepreneur newswire distribution prtoday.com freenewswiredistribution asianewstoday bizwiretoday USA pr UK today