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Biomass Energy Market in China

  • Published: May 2010
  • Region: China
  • 124 Pages
  • CCM International Limited

With increasing importance of energy reservation, there has been a rapid development in Chinese biomass energy market in the past few years. And evidence is mounting that biomass energy industry in China will enjoy promising prospect in the long run.

At present, technology bottlenecks and insufficient grain feedstock supply are two major obstacles for development of biomass energy products, including liquid biofuel, biopower generation, solid biofuel and biomass gas.

Rapid economic development of China would drive the demand for energy to rise continuously. However, since fossil fuel has already been in short supply, China would vigorously promote the development of biomass energy industry instead. Besides, China boasts abundant biomass resources such as rice/wheat straw, corn cob, etc., which would further advance China’s motivation in this field.

To facilitate the sustainable and sound development of biomass energy industry, Chinese government released a series of policies to set medium and long target for each biomass energy product and provide fiscal subsidy for some important products.

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Executive summary
Methodology and source

I Overview of biomass energy market in China
I-1 Position of China’s biomass energy market in the world
I-2 Classification and characteristics of biomass energy in China
I-3 Development environment of China’s biomass market
I-4 Overview of biomass energy development
I-5 Overview of biomass energy utilization

II Liquid biofuel market
II-1 Summary of China’s liquid biofuel market
II-2 Feedstock supply
II-2.1 For fuel ethanol
II-2.2 For biodiesel
II-2.3 For others
II-2.4 Supply discussion
II-3 Production situation by products
II-3.1 Fuel ethanol
II-3.2 Biodiesel
II-3.3 Others
II-4 Marketing channels of liquid biofuel in China
II-5 Consumption situation
II-6 Forecast on China’s liquid biofuel market (2010~2015)

III Bio-power generation market
III-1 Summary of China’s bio-power market
III-2 Feedstock supply
III-2.1 Straw-fired power generation
III-2.2 Bio-gasification power generation
III-2.3 Biomass co-firing power generation
III-2.4 Methane power generation
III-2.5 Refuse incineration power generation
III-3 Technology
III-3.1 Direct-fired bio-power
III-3.2 Bio-gasification power generation
III-3.3 Biomass co-firing power generation
III-3.4 Refuse incineration power generation
III-4 Achievements
III-4.1 Installed capacity, on-grid generation and distribution
III-4.2 Market value for bio-power in China in 2008
III-5 Limitations for bio-power generation in China
III-5.1 Limitation of raw material supply
III-5.2 Limitation of technology and equipment
III-5.3 Limitation of feed-in tariff policy for biomass
III-6 Forecast on China’s bio-power generation market (2010~2015)

IV Solid biofuel market
IV-1 Summary of solid biofuel market in China
IV-2 Feedstock availability
IV-3 Achievements
IV-4 Limitations of solid biofuel utilization in China
IV-4.1 Limitations in existing equipments
IV-4.2 Limitations in existing bio- briquetting manufacturers
IV-4.3 Limitations in investment and financing
IV-5 Forecast on China’s solid biofuel market (2010~2015)

V Biomass gas market
V-1 Summary of biomass gas market in China
V-2 Feedstock availability
V-3 Achievements
V-4 Limitations of China’s biomass gas market
V-5 Forecast on China’s biomass gas market (2010~2015)

VI Policy and incentive for biomass industry in China
VI-1 Main policies and incentives for biomass energy
VI-1.1 Laws and plans for bioenergy
VI-1.2 Direct bioenergy policies and incentives
VI-2 Analysis of bioenergy policy and incentive

VII Introduction to key players
VII-1 Company profile
VII-1.1 Fuel ethanol producers
VII-1.1.1 Henan Tianguan Group Co., Ltd.
VII-1.1.6 Sichuan Yangming Energy Technology CO., Ltd.
VII-1.2 Biodiesel producers
VII-1.2.1 Sichuan Gushan Group
VII-1.2.13 China Biofuel International Holding Co., Ltd.
VII-1.3 Biopower generation
VII-1.3.1 National Bio Energy Co., Ltd. (NBE)
VII-1.3.2 China Guodian Group (Guodian)
VII-1.3.3 Wuhan Kaidi Electic Power Co., Ltd. (Kaidi)
VII-2 Competitiveness analysis
VII-3 Potential competitors

VIII Conclusion and opportunity
VIII-1 Conclusion
VIII-1.1 Liquid biofuel
VIII-1.2 Biomass power generation
VIII-1.3 Solid biofuel
VIII-1.4 Biogas and biomass hydrogen
VIII-2 Opportunities
VIII-2.1 Liquid biofuel
VIII-2.2 Biomass distributed power generation system
VIII-2.3 Biomass heat supply
VIII-2.4 Circular economy model

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1 RMB exchange rates against USD, 1994-2009
Table I-1.1 Top fuel ethanol production countries in the world
Table I-1.2 Top biodiesel production countries in the world
Table I-2.1 Characteristics of different biomass energy products in China
Table I-3.1 Target for each biomass energy product in China
Table I-5.1 Utilization of different biomass energy products in China
Table II-1.1 Current situation of liquid biofuel in China
Table II-2.1.1 Supply & demand situation of corn in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Table II-2.1.2 Forecast on situation of corn in China, 2010~2015
Table II-2.1.3 Supply & demand situation of wheat in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Table II-2.1.4 Forecast on wheat situation in China, 2010~2015
Table II-2.1.5 Economic benefit comparison of alcohols production using different raw materials in China, 2009
Table II-2.1.6 Output of corn and corn cobs in China, 2004~2009
Table II-2.1.7 Output of corn and corn stover in China, 2004~2009
Table II-2.1.8 Output of wheat/rice and wheat/rice straw in China, 2004~2009
Table II-2.1.9 General information of other potential non-grain feedstock for fuel ethanol production in China
Table II-2.2.1 Planting area and distribution of Jatropha curcas in China, 2009
Table II-2.2.2 Other potential energy crops for biodiesel in China
Table II-2.4.1 Relationship between key fuel ethanol producers and COFCO, CNPC
Table II-3.1.1 Basic information of key fuel ethanol manufacturers in China, 2009
Table II-3.1.2 Comparison between fermentation enzymatic and hydrolysis technology in China
Table II-3.1.3 Main manufacturers engaged in second-generation fuel ethanol in China
Table II-3.2.1 Basic information of key active biodiesel producers in China, March 2010
Table II-3.2.2 Comparison among three methods in biodiesel production in China
Table II-3.3.1 Basic information of key biobutanol manufacturers in China, 2009
Table III-2.1.1 Combustion value and ash content of various kinds of straw
Table III-2.1.2 Harvest and purchase time of various kinds of straw
Table III-2.1.3 Price of raw material in March 2009 (USD/t)
Table III-2.1.4 Economic indicators of two kinds of bio-power generation projects
Table III-2.1.5 Economic indicators of two kinds of bio-power generation projects
Table III-2.1.6 Trend comparison of bio-power cost
Table III-2.2.1 Collection, transport and storage of cotton straw
Table III-2.2.2 Collection, transport and storage of rice straw
Table III-2.3.1 Fuel structure of BXTPP
Table III-2.4.1 Example for biogas power generation
Table III-2.5.1 Main developers of refuse incineration power generation in China, 2008
Table III-3.1.1 Properties of mainstream straw-fired vapor generating set
Table III-3.2.1 Medium-scale biomass gasification power generation technologies in China
Table III-3.2.2 China’s self-developed biomass gasifiers
Table III-3.3.1 Main key technologies for biomass-coal co-firing power generation
Table III-3.4.1 Classification of incinerator of refuse power plants in China
Table III-3.4.2 CSCEI’s incinerator supply
Table III-4.1.1 Installed capacity and on-grid generation of bio-power in China, 2008
Table III-4.2.1 Benchmark feed-in tariff of biomass power generation
Table III-4.2.2 Market value of bio-power in China in 2008
Table IV-3.1 Main manufacturer and index of roller extruding machine
Table IV-3.2 Main manufacturer and index of piston extruding machine
Table IV-3.3 Main manufacturer and index of screw extrusion machine
Table V-3.1 Adjustment of capital and subsidy standards for rural biogas in 2009
Table V-3.2 Key research institutes in biomass hydrogen in China
Table V-3.3 Comparison of different thermochemical method in producing biomass hydrogen
Table VI-1.1.1 Specific contents of the special fund in China
Table VI-1.1.2 Development plans for biomass energies in China, 2006-2020
Table VI-1.1.3 Major development plans of renewable energy in China by 2010
Table VI-1.1.4 Key bioenergy projects in 11th Five-Year Plan in China
Table VI-1.2.1 Regulations for biofuel industry in China
Table VI-2.1 Support on above aspects of biomass energy
Table VII-2.1 Comparison of the 3 state-owned ethanol producers in China, 2009
Table VII-2.2 Comparison of three leading developers in China, 2009
Table VII-3.1 Potential competitors of fuel ethanol production in the future

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure II-2.1 Fuel ethanol capacity structure of different raw materials in China, 2009
Figure II-2.2 Biodiesel capacity structure of different raw materials in China, 2009
Figure II-2.3 Total crop planting area in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.1 Corn planting area and yield and their growth rates in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.2 Corn planting distribution in main provinces and main fuel ethanol producers using corn in China
Figure II-2.1.3 Quarterly quotation of corn in China, 2007-2009
Figure II-2.1.4 Consumption volume of corn by application field in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Figure II-2.1.5 Wheat planting area and yield, their growth rates in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.6 Wheat quotation in Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange, 2007- Q1 2010
Figure II-2.1.7 Consumption volume of wheat by application field in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes)
Figure II-2.1.8 Cassava planting area and yield and their growth rates in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.9 Price trend of cassava in China, 2004~2009 (fresh cassava)
Figure II-2.1.10 Import, export and apparent consumption of cassava in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.11 Consumption structure of cassava by application field in China, 2009
Figure II-2.1.12 Corn cob price in some major corn production provinces in China, 2004~2009
Figure II-2.1.13 Consumption structure of corn cobs by application in China in 2009
Figure II-2.1.14 Consumption structure of corn stover in China, 2009
Figure II-3.1.1 Output and growth rate of fuel ethanol in China, 2003-2009
Figure II-3.1.2 Subsidy standard for four fuel-ethanol producers in China, 2005-2009
Figure II-3.1.3 Flowchart of fuel ethanol production process in China
Figure II-5.1 Distribution regions of five national designated fuel ethanol producers in China
Figure II-6.1 Forecast on first and second generation fuel ethanol capacity by 2015 in China
Figure III-2.1.1 Output of straw from grain in China, 1999~2009
Figure III-2.1.2 Composition structure of straw resources in China
Figure III-2.1.3 Supply model of straw
Figure III-2.4.1 Disposal alternatives of MSW in 2008
Figure III-3.2.1 Competitive bio-gasification power generation process in China
Figure III-6.1 Grain yield and planting area from 1980 to 2015
Figure IV-5.1 Forest biomass resource in China
Figure V-2.1 Emission of house wastewater and wastewater in China, 2004~2008
Figure V-3.1 Flowchart of straw producing biogas
Figure V-3.2 Flowchart of direct hydrogen production
Figure V-3.3 Flowchart of indirect hydrogen production
Figure VI-1.1.1 Application procedures of special fund
Figure VIII-2.4.1 Circular economy model of bioenergy development

- Henan Tianguan Group Co., Ltd.
- Anhui BBCA Biochemical Co., Ltd.
-Sichuan Gushan Group
- Jiangsu Hengshunda Bio-energy Co., Ltd.
- National Bio Energy Co., Ltd.

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