Global Energy Chemicals and Oil Market Insights, Opportunity Analysis, Market Shares and Forecast 2017 - 2023

  • ID: 3700032
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 88 pages
  • Occams Business Research and Consulting
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Agilyx
  • CFP GROUP
  • Cynar PLC
  • Enerkem
  • JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
  • RES Polyflow
  • MORE
Energy, chemicals, and oil are the various forms of energy, which are recovered from waste plastic. Some part of waste plastic is recycled and remaining is dumped into the ground, which means that energy worth millions of dollars is being dumped into the ground every day. According to estimates, around 8% i.e. 134 million tons of plastic exists in Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) worldwide, which can produce enough energy to replace around 237 MT of coal at full capacity.

The global energy from plastic waste market is segmented on the basis of four major geographies which include North America, Europe, Asia and RoW. Currently most of the plastic waste produced in North America is exported to China. However, with new regulations enacted by the Chinese government, North America has to dispose its waste in its local facilities. In Asia most of the market share comes from Japan due to its government policies for waste management.

Key companies profiled include
1. Agilyx
2. JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
3. Covanta Holding Corporation
4. CFP GROUP
5. Cynar PLC
6. RES Polyflow
7. Enerkem
8. Vexor Technology
9. Wheelabrator Technologies

This Research Report covers
1. Historical data
2. Revenue forecasts, growth rates and CAGR upto 2022
3. Industry Analysis
4. Competitive Analysis
5. Key geographic growth data
6. Deep profiles top competitive companies

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Agilyx
  • CFP GROUP
  • Cynar PLC
  • Enerkem
  • JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
  • RES Polyflow
  • MORE
Chap 1. Executive summary
Chap 2. Market Overview
2.1. Value chain analysis
2.1.1. Waste producers
2.1.2. Waste collection
2.1.3. Suppliers
2.1.4. Manufacturers
2.1.5. Distributors
2.1.6. Retailers
2.1.7. End-users
2.2. Key buying criteria
2.2.1. Price
2.2.2. Quality
2.2.3. Environmental concerns
2.2.4. Availability
2.2.5. Infrastructure needs
2.2.6. Alternatives
Chap 3. Market Determinants
3.1. Key Market Motivators
3.1.1. Increasing environmental concerns
3.1.2. Rise in crude oil price
3.1.3. Government initiatives for waste management and conservation of natural resources
3.1.4. High recycling costs and low returns
3.1.5. Increasing consumption of plastic products
3.1.6. Low energy cost
3.2. Market Restraints
3.2.1. Government restrictions due to unsafe and unhygienic sites
3.2.2. High initial cost
3.2.3. Identification of different plastic grades (7 types)
3.3. Market opportunities
3.3.1. Asia - an emerging market
3.3.2. Adoption of latest technology
3.4. Challenges
3.4.1. Lack of skilled people
3.4.2. Infrastructure development
Chap 4. Market segmentation
4.1. Segmentation based on end products
4.1.1. RDF
4.1.2. Other chemicals and oil
4.1.3. Gasification and pyrolysis (syngas)
4.2. Segmentation by waste materials (raw material)
4.2.1. Packaging waste (household and distribution)
4.2.2. Building and construction
4.2.3. Automotive, electrical, and electronic waste
4.2.4. Agricultural waste
4.2.5. Others
4.3. Energy recovery process
4.3.1. Pyrolysis/thermal degradation
4.3.2. Gasification
4.3.3. Hydrothermal liquefaction
Chap 5. Sector Analysis
5.1. Biodegradation (for biodegradable plastics)
5.2. Recycling
5.3. Feedstock recovery
5.4. Incineration
5.5. Landfill
Chap 6. Key Strategies
6.1. Innovation fueling market growth
6.2. Development of new plants
6.3. Agreements
6.4. Partnerships
Chap 7. Geographical analysis
7.1. Asia
7.1.1. China
7.1.1.1. Government regulations in China
7.1.2. Japan
7.1.3. India
7.1.4. RoA
7.1.4.1. Thailand
7.2. North America
7.2.1. The U.S.
7.2.1.1. Government regulation in the US
7.2.1.2. Hazardous waste laws
7.2.1.3. Hazardous waste regulations
7.2.2. Canada
7.2.2.1. Government regulations in Canada
7.3. Europe
7.3.1. Government regulations
7.3.2. The U.K.
7.3.3. Germany
7.3.4. Italy
Chap 8. Company Profiling
8.1. Agilyx
8.1.1. Overview
8.1.2. Agilyx Technologies
8.1.3. Strategic Moves
8.1.4. SCOT Analysis
8.2. JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
8.2.1. Overview
8.2.2. JBI’s Products
8.2.3. Strategic Moves
8.2.4. SCOT Analysis
8.3. Covanta Holding Corporation
8.3.1. Overview
8.3.2. Covanta’s Products
8.3.3. Strategic Moves
8.3.4. SCOT Analysis
8.4. CFP GROUP
8.4.1. Overview
8.4.2. CFP’s Products
8.4.3. Strategic Moves
8.4.4. SCOT Analysis
8.5. Cynar PLC
8.5.1. Overview
8.5.2. Cynar’s Products
8.5.3. Strategic Moves
8.5.4. SCOT Analysis
8.6. RES Polyflow
8.6.1. Overview
8.6.2. RES Polyflow Solutions
8.6.3. Strategic Moves
8.6.4. SCOT Analysis
8.7. Enerkem
8.7.1. Overview
8.7.2. Enerkem Processes
8.7.3. Strategic Moves
8.7.4. SCOT Analysis
8.8. Vexor Technology
8.8.1. Overview
8.8.2. Vexor’s Solutions
8.8.3. Strategic Moves
8.8.4. SCOT Analysis
8.9. Wheelabrator Technologies
8.9.1. Overview
8.9.2. Strategic Moves
8.9.3. Wheelabrator Technologies Plants
8.9.4. SCOT Analysis

Companies Profiled
1. Agilyx
2. JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
3. Covanta Holding Corporation
4. CFP GROUP
5. Cynar PLC
6. RES Polyflow
7. Enerkem
8. Vexor Technology
9. Wheelabrator Technologies
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Agilyx
JBI Inc. (Plastic2oil)
Covanta Holding Corporation
CFP GROUP
Cynar PLC
RES Polyflow
Enerkem
Vexor Technology
Wheelabrator Technologies
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