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Article Title: Fuels, PVCs, polyols, enzymes headed up, as 4 new Outlooks appear for the advanced bioeconomy
By: Jim Lane
Publication: Biofuels Digest, 9/2/2014
Freedonia Study: World Biofuels (3179)

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Advanced fuels, PVC, Polyols, enzymes? The outlook is strong, according to these research reports hot off the presses. As we prepare for today’s opening of the POET-DSM cellulosic ethanol facility in Emmetsburg, Iowa — an event that is expected to temporarily double the population of the sleepy northern Iowa — it’s comforting to read in Freedonia’s latest World Biofuels Report that global biofuels is expected to top 115 million metric tons in 2018, up from from 96.30 MMT in 2013. However, the authors warn that “Healthy growth will be experienced in all regions with the exception of North America, where conflicting government regulations and waning public support in the United States — the world’s largest market for biofuels — will limit advances.
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