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Main Drivers Of Biofuel Liquid Chafing Fuel Industry
Jun 16, 2017

  Main drivers of biofuel Liquid Chafing Fuel industry

  Biomass resources include crop stalks and agricultural processing residues, fuelwood and forestry processing residues, poultry manure, industrial organic wastewater and waste, municipal solid waste and energy plants that can be converted into a variety of terminal sources such as electricity, gaseous fuels , Solid fuels and Liquid Chafing Fuels, among which the most attention is biomass Liquid Chafing Fuels (biofuels). Many countries in the world have begun to develop bio-fuel industry (including bio-fuel processing industry and its related industries, such as energy agriculture and energy forestry), which is the common purpose is to protect oil security.

  China's net imports of oil were 120 million tons in 2004, with a consumption of 310 million tons and an import dependency of 38.7%. The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicted that China's oil imports would reach 61.0% by 2020 and 2020 76.9%. The rapid increase in oil imports and import dependency has brought about an increasingly serious impact on China's oil security. China's oil security problem has also raised concerns about some countries. Domestic oil and oil alternative fuels can "feed China" it? Compared with the limited resources of coal liquefaction and domestic oil and gas resources development and other means, renewable resources and the potential of bio-fuel technology has also been more and more attention. Brazilian bio-fuel industry using sucrose fermentation of bio-ethanol, in 2002 consumption reached 10.4 billion liters, the replacement rate of nearly 40%.

  The United States and the European Union also have a wealth of experience in the biofuels industry. But Brazil's development background is closer to China. Brazilian bio-fuel industry (to bio-ethanol project as the beginning, and later the development of biodiesel) originated in 1975, the main reasons are two: First, for national energy security and economic development considerations, in 1973-1974 for the first time Oil crisis, because 80% of Brazilian fuel imports, oil prices so that Brazil lost $ 4 billion, the economy has also been a heavy blow; followed in order to promote the development of domestic farming and protect the interests of farmers, because Brazil is the world's largest Sugar cane growing area.