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IndustrialBiotechnology China News 1104
Influenced by the regional turbulence
In order to diminish the dependence on fossil-based fuel, researchers are endeavoring to seek other fuel alternatives. In this issue, we report that Harbin Institute of Technology has succeeded in hydrogen production at 4?, which offers an option for hydrogen production in severe cold areas. Also, the Chinese steel magnet, namely Baosteel Group, attempts to adopt tail gas from its steel production to produce fuel ethanol.
In Bio-product part, we introduce two kinds of enzyme which may probably be commercialized first in the near future. And in Bio-chemical part, we illustrate how two global amino-acid magnets consolidate their market position in China. At last, we analyze China's PLA resin export and import situations in Bio-material part.
State Key Laboratory of Urban Resource and Environment achieves success in hydrogen production at 4?.
Baosteel Group adopts tail gas from its steel production to produce fuel ethanol.
Nitrogen oxide emission reduction target will restrict the popularization and application of biodiesel in China.
China's inulin fructotransferase production technology has been mature enough and ready to be industrialized by now.
Enze Bio-technology planed to build a domestic-first thermo-resistant lactase plant with capacity of 2,000 t/a in Jiaocheng.
Ajinomoto Group was reported to launch its Ajinomoto-branded feed-use threonine in China after the Chinese Spring Festival through a domestic OEM, namely Fufeng Group, which reflected its ambition of targeting at Chinese feed-use threonine market.
Fufeng Group is accelerating MSG industry integration mainly through the expansion of capacity and industrial chain.
On March 17, 2011, Shandong Polymer signed a purchase agreement with Shengli Shengli Oilfield and received a big order for 9,880 tonnes oil-use PAM at cost of USD30,598,451 during the period from February 19, 2011 to August 31, 2011.
Guangxi Guangwei, a former fossil-based PVA producer in China, will probably rejoin the PVA market as a domestic-first bio-based PVA producer instead of the end of April 2011.
Baiyi Industrial Co., Ltd. (Baiyi Industrial), based in Chongqing City, is expected to become the domestic largest PSM resin producer by 2012 thanks to the adequate supply of raw material from local area.
In January-February 2011, China's polylactic acid resin (PLA resin) export volume sees a 14% drop but its import volume witnesses a 5% rise compared with the same period in 2010.
High oil prices hardly benefit biodiesel consumption in China
China succeeds in hydrogen production at 4?
Baosteel Group adopts tail gas to produce fuel ethanol
Nitrogen oxide emission problem to restrict development of biodiesel
China's inulin fructotransferase production technology awaiting industrialization
Enze Bio-technology first to produce thermo-resistant lactase in China
Ajinomoto Group targeting at Chinese feed-use threonine market
Fufeng Group accelerating MSG industry integration
Shandong Polymer received big order from Shengli Oilfield for oil-use PAM
Guangxi Guangwei to rejoin PVA market
Baiyi Industrial to become domestic-largest PSM resin producer by 2012
Trade analysis of China's PLA resin
Harbin Institute of Technology
Shanxi Enze Bio-technology Co., Ltd.
Shandong Polymer Bio-chemicals Co., Ltd.
Guangxi Guangwei Chemical Co., Ltd.
Baiyi Industrial Co., Ltd.
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