Transparency Market Research Report Added "Amylases Biofuel Enzymes Market" to its database.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/30/2016 -- Besides the additional cost of fossil fuels, the global amylases biofuel enzymes market is projected to considerably gain from the increasing demand for energy derived from renewable resources. In a new study, titled "Amylases Biofuel Enzymes Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019," Transparency Market Research (TMR) presents exhaustive details pertaining to various factors encouraging or inhibiting growth of market.
Overall, the market has been treading along a positive trajectory. However, the high level of carbon emissions from machines deployed at farm plants for biofuels creates bottlenecks for the market. Stringent regulations aimed at curbing carbon emission are therefore expected to hamper the amylases biofuel enzyme producers as well.
Various types of amylase biofuels are currently available in the market, among which cellulosic ethanol is becoming increasingly popular. In addition, scientists have discovered a new enzyme called Caffeoyl shikimate esterase, which is derived from plants. Such discoveries are touted as major breakthroughs in the production of cellulosic biofuels, which are mainly obtained from plastics, chemicals, and crop waste.
Caffeoyl shikimate esterase helps controlling the formation of lignin. Downregulating its functions could reduce 36% lignin per gram of stem materials, which will subsequently boost sugar levels up by four times. The development of this enzyme is therefore expected to prompt a revolution in the amylases biofuel enzymes market.
Regionally, amylases biofuel producers have been witnessing lucrative prospects in Brazil. The country presently leads the global amylases biofuel enzymes market and is expected to continue its dominance through the forecast period between 2013 and 2019. The U.S. has also emerged as an attractive market for amylases biofuel enzymes in the last few years. Ethanol is the most commonly used biofuel additive in the country.
Companies such as Danisco-Genencor and Novozymes have been engaged in the production of enzymes for several years. Together, they account for a dominant share in the production of enzymes. Besides this, Codexis has partnered with Shell to produce enzymes for second generation biofuels. In order to gain a competitive advantage, these companies have been focusing on product development.
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While the amylases biofuel enzymes market is still at a nascent stage, increasing investments in research and development by the aforementioned companies will fuel its growth in the forthcoming years. Furthermore, these companies are planning to invest in the development of myriad potential feedstock to scale up their production process. This is expected to drive the market during the forecast period.
Presently, the global amylases biofuel enzymes market is exhibiting a consolidated vendor landscape. Some of the prominent companies operating in the market include Enzyme Supplies Ltd., Enzyme Solutions Inc., aEnzyme Development Corporation, Jiangsu Boli Bioproducts Co. Ltd, Novozymes A/S, Montana Microbial Products, Schaumann Bioenergy, Noor Creations, Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies Co., Royal Dsm Nv, and Verenium Corporation
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