Appendix – Supply chains, techno-economic assessment and market development for second generation biodiesel

D,M. Yazan, J. Clancy, J.C. Lovett

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Abstract

This chapter provides a brief review of the environmental and economic assessment of second generation biodiesel supply chains (SGBSC) and the development and coordination of emerging feedstock markets. Common problems faced in SGBSC processes are briefly explained within four categories. An enterprise input–output model is proposed to evaluate total environmental benefits of second generation biomass use instead of first generation biomass in extended supply chains (SC). The bargaining power and willingness to cooperate among extended SC actors are measured by four extreme scenarios in order to understand how an emerging feedstock market is coordinated. Moreover, potential government incentives for chain actors are also proposed and discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in biodiesel production
Subtitle of host publicationprocesses and technologies
EditorsRafael Luque, Juan A. Melero
PublisherElsevier
Pages254-280
ISBN (Print)978-0-85709-117-8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameWoodhead Publishing series in energy
PublisherWoodhead Publishing Limited

Keywords

  • IR-101766
  • METIS-318280
  • Enterprise input–output
  • Feedstock markets
  • Market coordination
  • Second generation biodiesel supply chain

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    Yazan, DM., Clancy, J., & Lovett, J. C. (2012). Appendix – Supply chains, techno-economic assessment and market development for second generation biodiesel. In R. Luque, & J. A. Melero (Eds.), Advances in biodiesel production: processes and technologies (pp. 254-280). (Woodhead Publishing series in energy). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857095862.254