CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Bio Diesel Report

Nov. 10, 2006 – CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Bio Diesel Report

In 2000, bio-diesel became the only alternative fuel in United State to have successfully completed the EPA-required Tier I and Tier II health effects testing under the Clean Air Act. These independent tests conclusively demonstrated bio-diesel’s significant reduction of virtually all regulated emissions, and showed bio-diesel does not pose a threat to human health.

In 2001, the Malaysian government used palm oil in power stations and boilers to get rid of excess palm oil stocks in the country and thus, stabilize CPO price. Malaysia is set to be the first country in Asia to implement a mandatory bio-diesel policy.

Scope of this report

Our Malaysia Bio-Diesel report provides in-depth analysis and statistics, with 2004 and 2005 year-end market data and updated data for Q1-Q2 2006. This report gives an instant overview of the Malaysian Bio-Diesel market. The data contains graphic illustrations in form of tables and graphs and expert views.

Table of Contents:

1. Industry Profile 1

1.1 Industry Profile
1.2 Biodiesel
1.2.1 Introduction
1.2.2 Descriptions
1.2.3 Production
1.2.4 Benefits
1.2.5 Disadvantages
1.2.6 The role of Biodiesel
1.3 Ethanol
1.3.1 Introduction
1.3.2 Sources
1.3.3 Production
1.3.4 Ethanol Fuel
1.3.5 Benefits
1.3.6 Harming Biodiversity
1.4 Which Biofuel Is Better?
1.5 Fuel Prices

2. Market Trends and Outlook

2.1 Biodiesel Fuel Market
2.2 Ethanol Fuel Market
2.2.1 Major Producers
2.3 Biodiesel in Malaysia
2.4 Impact from Biodiesel
2.5 Is Biodiesel Commercially Viable?
2.6 Recent Developments

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix

3.1 Leading Players
3.2 Comparative Matrix

Sunil Nair
(Web Admin)

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