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Table 72: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Succinic Acid by
Introduction to the production technology of succinic acid
Table of Contents Chapter One Succinic Acid Industry Overview Chapter Two Succinic Acid International and China Market Analysis Chapter Three Succinic Acid Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis Chapter Four Succinic Acid Production by Regions By Technology By Applications Chapter Five Succinic Acid Manufacturing Process and Cost Structure Chapter Six 2009-2014 Succinic Acid Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast Chapter Seven Succinic Acid Key Manufacturers Analysis Chapter Eight Up and Down Stream Industry Analysis Chapter Nine Succinic Acid Marketing Channels Analysis Chapter Ten 2015-2020 Succinic Acid Industry Development Trend Chapter Eleven Succinic Acid Supply Chain Relationship Analysis
Bioamber's mission is to license turn-key technology packages to companies seeking to produce succinic acid and its derivatives from renewable feedstocks.
Succinic acid is involved in the production of a range of materials from detergents to surface coatings.
Scientists emphasize, however, that succinic acid and its derivatives that are currently available in commerce will not have similar effects.
Elf Atochem and the Japanese company NOF have set up a world joint venture in the area of carboxy ethyl thio succinic acid and derivatives.
BioAmber operates the world's largest succinic acid manufacturing facility, a 30,000 metric ton (70 million pound) capacity plant in Sarnia, Canada.
The global succinic acid market is expected to reach USD 237.
Made from renewable raw materials, Myriant's bio-succinic acid is a reliable substitute for fossil-based succinic acid.
OBAC worked closely with the Sustainable Chemistry Alliance and the province of Ontario to help support BioAmber's successful investment in a C4 succinic acid plant in Sarnia, Ont.
Myriant's cost-advantaged bio-succinic acid will be a “drop-in” replacement for petroleum-derived succinic acid and other chemical intermediates.