Biofuels productions

Biofuels are produced by simple biochemical processes such as hydrolysis of ligno-cellulosic biomass, esterification and fermentation of agricultural fuel crops and anaerobic digestion like algae. Biofuels can also be produced directly from plants, agricultural, industrial or domestic wastes. Global bioethanol production has been raised by 4.1%, consecutively led by Asia Pacific, South & Central America and North America. Biodiesel production has declined by 4.9% in 2015 in all of the major producing regions. Research is going on to find more suitable biofuel crops and impressing the oil yields of these crops as the current yields need large amounts of agricultural land and fresh water to produce enough biofuels to replace fossil fuel usage entirely.

  • Conversion of biofuels from biomass
  • Biofuels production from hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids
  • Biofuels from hydrotreated vegetable oils
  • Bio-synthetic of natural gas
  • Advanced research on Jatropha curcas
  • Biofuels from microbial algae
  • Energy balance of biofuel production
  • Latest discovered technique of biofuel production

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