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Stoffstromanalyse des deutschen Biokraftstoffsektors für das Jahr 2007

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Dieser Arbeitsbericht analysiert die Stoffströme des deutschen Biokraftstoffsektors für das Jahr 2007. Zahlreiche Statistiken wurden ausgewertet, um prozentuale Aussagen treffen zu können wie viel Rohstoffe in die Biokraftstoffproduktion und weitere energetische Verwendungen floss im Vergleich zu den Bereichen Ernährung und Futter. Außerdem wird aufgezeigt welche Nebenprodukte entstehen und falls möglich deren Mengen quantifiziert. Mittels Handelsstatistiken wurden die importierten Rohstoffmengen ermittelt. Wegen Lücken in der Datenverfügbarkeit wurden die gehandelten Biokraftstoffmengen nur als netto Importe (Verbrauch minus inländische Produktion) aufgezeigt, was zu Abweichungen im Hinblick auf die tatsächlich importierten und exportierten Biokraftstoffmengen führen kann.

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  • Strohm, Kathrin, 2010. "Stoffstromanalyse des deutschen Biokraftstoffsektors für das Jahr 2007," Arbeitsberichte aus der vTI-Agrarökonomie 09/2010, Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute, Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries.
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    Biokraftstoff; Biodiesel; Bioethanol; Rohstoffe; Verbrauch; Deutschland; biofuels; biodiesel; bioethanol; raw materials; consumption; Germany; 2007;

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    • Q16 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Agriculture - - - R&D; Agricultural Technology; Biofuels; Agricultural Extension Services

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