F.O. Lichtís World Sugar & Ethanol Outlook 2013 report offers a complete overview of the key trends and indicators in the global sugar and ethanol industries. With a blend of both economic and technical articles, F .O. Lichtís World Sugar & Ethanol Outlook 2013 is an invaluable resource for industry professionals.
World Sugar & Ethanol Outlook 2013 benefits you by...
- Identifying areas for future development and investment with sugar industry fundamentals
- Spotting new trends with expert articles on sugar, sweetener and ethanol markets
- Gaining a full understanding of your industry through technical papers and opinion-led articles
- Enabling you to access and download information on key global players in your industry saving you time with the new online sugar directory
PUBLISHED DECEMBER 2012
AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE TO SUBSCRIBERS OF F.O. LICHTíS INTERNATIONAL SUGAR & SWEETENER REPORT, WORLD ETHANOL AND BIOFUELS REPORT and INTERNATIONAL SUGAR JOURNAL.
World Sugar & Ethanol Outlook 2013 contains:
Sugar and Ethanol Market Fundamentals for 2013
Outlook for 2013: Surplus to keep sugar market under pressure
World ethanol industry suffers from high feedstock costs
Corporate strategies in world sugar
New Trends in Sugar and Sweetener Markets
Stevia and the world of sweeteners
Fairtrade sugar: Supply availability and demand potential
World HFS production depends on sugar prices
Product reformulation - Can sugar be replaced in foods?
Beet sugar and cane sugar
Sugar and ethanol production in Brazil in the long term
L. Bichara Rocha
The evolution of production costs in Brazilís sugarcane industry
C.E. Osorio Xavier
The yield gap in some sugar beet producing countries
K.W. Jaggard, H.-J. Koch, J.M. Arroyo Sanz, A. Cattanach, R. Duval, H. Eigner, G. Legrand, R. Olsson, A. Qi, J.N. Thomsen, N. van Swaaij and N. Minerva
Have we reached peak CCS?
G. Inman-Bamber, P. Jackson, G. Bonnett and T. Morgan
Optimising sugar production
Sugar Refining: Extra colour removal in a refinery
L. Diego, F. MartŪn, M.Ga. de Quevedo and J. SagristŠ
Factory Maintenance: Benefits and cost savings of in-house condition monitoring