World Ethanol Production Outlook 2014

November 2013. Based on F.O. Licht in-house data Christoph Berg, Managing Director of Informa’s Agroindustry Market Research provides a substantiated estimate of outputs, plant construction and how ethanol production will perform in different regions of the world 2014. Cellulosic ethanol at industrial scale is not anymore five years away.

Major stumble stones lurk for companies upscaling next-generation renewable fuels. European enterprises may be particularly vulnerable, but in the current global outlook major ethanol producing countries are missing.

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