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Biolubricants - Strategic Business Report 2018: World Market Analysis & Forecast (2015-2022)

Dublin, July 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Biolubricants - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Biolubricants in Metric Tons and US$ Million for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.

The report further analyzes the North American market in Metric Tons by the following Product Segments:

  • Bio 2 Cycle Engine Oils
  • Chainsaw Oils
  • Concrete Release Agents
  • Gear Oils
  • Greases
  • Hydraulic Fluids
  • Metal Working Fluids

The report also analyzes the European market in Metric Tons and US$ Thousand by the following Product Segments:

  • Chainsaw Oils
  • Concrete Release Agents
  • Hydraulic Fluids
  • Niche Oils (Cutting Oils, & Greases)
  • Two-stroke Engine Oils
  • Others

The report profiles 68 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • BP Plc (UK)
  • Cargill, Incorporated (USA)
  • Chevron Corporation (USA)
  • Emery Oleochemicals Group (Malaysia)
  • Eurol B.V. (The Netherlands)
  • ExxonMobil Corporation (USA)
  • FUCHS PETROLUB SE (Germany)
  • HollyFrontier Corporation (USA)
  • Millers Oils Ltd. (UK)
  • Falcon Lubricants Ltd. (UK)
  • NuPro Industries Corporation (USA)
  • Panolin AG (Switzerland)
  • Renewable Lubricants, Inc. (USA)
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc (The Netherlands)
  • Total S.A. (France)
  • Valvoline Inc. (USA)

Key Topics Covered

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Biolubricants: A Cleaner and Sustainable Alternative to Petroleum Based Lubes
Biolubricants Score over Petroleum Based and Synthetic Lubricants
Environmental Fears Drive Biolubricants
Biodegradability
the USP of Biolubricants
Huge Installed Base of Legacy Systems a Hindering Factor for Biolubricants
The Performance vs. Cost Conundrum
OEMs Stick to Tried and Tested Products
Market Success to Depend on Leveraging Complex Set of Factors
Improvement in Global GDP Performance Encourages Optimistic Forecasts
Japan, Russia, and Brazil Turn to be the Laggards in Economic Growth
Outlook
By Volume
By Value

2. MARKET TRENDS, ISSUES AND DRIVERS
Increasing Focus on Biodegradable, Non-toxic, and Eco-Friendly Products: A Strong Growth Driver
Stringent Environmental Regulations Stimulate the Market
Increasing Environmental Awareness Propels Biodegradable Hydraulic Oils Demand
Stringent Emission Control Regulations Support Growth
LEV III and Tier 3 Standards
Game Changers for Emission Control
EU Tightens the Noose for Emissions
Statistical Overview of Emissions
Emissions Regulations Landscape in Major Country/Region
Projected Rise in Auto Sales & Vehicle Miles Boosts Market Demand
Opportunity Indicators
Global Vehicles in Operation
An Overview
Biolubricants to Replace Hydrocarbon based Oils in Passenger Cars
Excellent Lubricity: A Key Scoring Point in Engines Powered by ULSD Fuel
Increased Importance of Lubricants in Automotive Servicing Augurs Well for Market Growth
Surging Demand for Low Viscosity Fluids to Benefit Biolubricants
Favorable Trends in the Industrial Machinery Sector Strengthens Market Prospects
Rising Concerns over Oil Related Water Pollution Bodes Well for the Market
Agriculture and Forest Machinery Benefits from Bio-Based Oils
Biolubricants Gain Prominence in Construction Machinery
Expanding Machine Tools Sector Spurs Demand Growth
Untapped Market Potential for Biolubricants in Ports and Harbors
Biolubricants to Become the Preferred Choice in Hydraulic Systems
Mobile Hydraulics Open Up New Opportunities for Biolubricants
Developing Economies: Hotspots for Growth
Aluminum Rolling Operations Prefer Biolubricants
Rising Focus on Wind Energy to Benefit Biolubricants
Growing Market for Metalworking Fluids
Transformer Oils Expected to Witness Growth
Higher Performance and Cost Advantages Benefit Demand for Soy -based Lubricants
Palm Oil Emerges as a New Source for Biolubricants
Sunflower Oil Offers Environment Friendly Biolubricants

3. KEY CHALLENGES HAMPERING WIDESPREAD ADOPTION OF BIOLUBRICANTS
Pricing Remains a Key Limitation for Biolubricants
Need to Prove Performance Efficiency Holds the Key
Lack of Quality Standards for Bio-Based Products
Global Standard: The Need of the Hour

4. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

5. REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
Overview
International Standards Governing Biolubricants
Biodegradable Lubricant
Lubricant Based on Renewable Material
Environmentally Compatible Hydraulic Fluids
Country-Specific Policies on Biolubricants
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
The Netherlands
Portugal
European Ecolabel for Lubricants (EEL)

6. PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS/INNOVATIONS
Lubriplate Lubricants Launches Bio-Synxtreme Hydraulic Fluid Series
ExxonMobil Introduces Mobil SHC Hydraulic Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant
Castrol Launches Edge Bio-Synthetic Motor Oil
RSC Bio Solutions Introduces FUTERRA Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant
Triada Introduces Advanced Bio-Degradable Nanotechnology Lubricants in India

7. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
Suncor Energy Divests Petro-Canada Lubricants Business to HollyFrontier Corporation
Green Biologics and Acme Hardesty Enter into Marketing Partnership
FUCHS Petrolub Takes Over Statoil Fuel & Retail Lubricants
Emery Oleochemicals Commences Operations at New Plant in the US
Quaker Chemical Takes over Binol
Evonik Invests in Biosynthetic Technologies
Versalis and Elevance Renewable Sciences Team Up

8. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS
BP Plc (UK)
Cargill, Incorporated (USA)
Chevron Corporation (USA)
Emery Oleochemicals Group (Malaysia)
Eurol B.V. (The Netherlands)
ExxonMobil Corporation (USA)
FUCHS PETROLUB SE (Germany)
HollyFrontier Corporation (USA)
Millers Oils Ltd. (UK)
Falcon Lubricants Ltd. (UK)
NuPro Industries Corporation (USA)
Panolin AG (Switzerland)
Renewable Lubricants, Inc. (USA)
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (The Netherlands)
Total S.A. (France)
Valvoline Inc. (USA)

9. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

Total Companies Profiled: 68 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 73)

  • The United States (34)
  • Canada (4)
  • Japan (1)
  • Europe (27)
    • France (2)
    • Germany (3)
    • The United Kingdom (13)
    • Rest of Europe (9)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (4)
  • Middle East (2)
  • Africa (1)

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nn42r3/biolubricants?w=12


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