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First Generation Biofuel Market Analysis

  • Report ID: GMI9452
  • Published Date: May 2024
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First Generation Biofuel Market Analysis

Based on fuel type, the market is categorized into biodiesel, ethanol. The ethanol segment is anticipated to exceed USD 115.5 billion by 2032, due to increasing government mandates for blending ethanol with gasoline, growing consumer awareness regarding the environmental benefits of ethanol as a renewable fuel, and advancements in ethanol production technologies leading to improved efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Additionally, the ethanol market is expected to benefit from the rising demand for cleaner-burning fuels and the expansion of biofuel infrastructure globally. These factors collectively contribute to the optimistic outlook for the ethanol segment within the market.

First Generation Biofuel Market Revenue Share , By Feedstock, 2023

Based on feedstock, the first-generation biofuel market is categorized into coarse grain, sugar crop, vegetable oil, and others. The coarse grain segment will grow with CAGR of more than 6.4% through 2032, owing to increasing agricultural productivity and availability of feedstock crops. Government policies promoting biofuel production from traditional sources, technological advancements enhancing the efficiency of biofuel extraction and processing, and growing consumer demand for renewable and sustainable fuel alternatives will further complement the business scenario.

North America First Generation Biofuel Market Size, 2022-2032, (USD Billion)

The North America first generation biofuel market size is poised to surpass USD 110.2 billion by 2032, on account of its significant contribution from countries like the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The U.S. stands as a major player in biofuel production and consumption, driven by government mandates for ethanol blending, robust agricultural infrastructure, and technological innovations. Canada boasts abundant agricultural resources and a growing biofuel market, while Mexico shows potential for biofuel development with increasing focus on renewable energy initiatives.

The U.S. holds a prominent position in the market due to its substantial production capacity, strong policy support for biofuel blending mandates, and advanced technological capabilities. With a vast agricultural base and established biofuel infrastructure, the U.S. plays a crucial role in shaping the trajectory of the global biofuel industry.

Authors: Ankit Gupta, Utkarsh Mahajan

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

The market size of first generation biofuel reached USD 151.3 billion in 2023 and is set to witness 7.1% CAGR during 2024 to 2032, led by growing concerns over climate change and the imperative for sustainable energy sources.

The ethanol segment held a decent share in 2023 and will exceed USD 115.5 billion by 2032, due to increasing government mandates for blending ethanol with gasoline.

North America market will surpass USD 110.2 billion by 2032, driven by government mandates for ethanol blending and robust agricultural infrastructure.

Biogreen Synergy, Blue Soe, Borregard, Caterpillar, Chevron, Coasan, DuPont, Future Fuel, Green Plains, Montuk Renewables, and Neste among others.

First Generation Biofuel Market Scope

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  • Base Year: 2023
  • Companies covered: 15
  • Tables & Figures: 15
  • Countries covered: 17
  • Pages: 350
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