Global Bio-Butadiene Market to 2029: SBR and NBR Types Drive Growth in Automotive and Transportation Applications


The Bio-butadiene market is projected to reach USD 94 million by 2029, at a CAGR of 10.1% from USD 58 million in 2024. The market growth is driven by the growing consumer demand for environmentally friendly and sustainable products, especially in premium segments such as fashion and automotive. Additionally, the use of bio-based chemicals is on the rise across various industries, including packaging, agriculture, and automotive. This trend is further driven by stringent government regulations and policies aimed at reducing plastic waste and achieving net-zero targets.

The key players in the Bio-butadiene market are SABIC (Saudi Arabia), Michelin (France), Zeon Corporation (Japan), Biokemik (Spain), ETB Catalytic Technologies (Netherlands), Trinseo (US), Genomatica (US), Braskem (Brazil), Versalis (Italy), Synthos (Poland), Lummus Technology (US), INVISTA (US), LanzaTech (US), Michelin (France), IFPEN (France), Zeon Corporation (Japan), Global Bioenergies (France), Evonik Industries (Germany), Axens (France). These companies are strong in their home regions and explore geographic diversification alternatives to grow their businesses. They focus on increasing their market shares through new product launches and other expansions.

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SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation), founded in 1976, is a global leader in diversified chemicals with its headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. SABIC is known for its innovative solutions and commitment to sustainability, operating in over 50 countries with a workforce of over 33,000 individuals. The company is a major player in the production of chemicals, industrial polymers, fertilizers, and metals. One of its notable products is bio based butadiene, a key component in the production of synthetic rubbers and plastics, essential for various industries like automotive, construction, and consumer goods. 


Biokemik was founded in May 2015. Its headquarters are located in Spain. Biokemik is a company that specializes in producing high-value-added chemicals from renewable raw materials. Formed through a collaboration between Tecnalia Research & Innovation and Kereon Partners, Biokemik focuses on creating bio-based chemicals using sustainable processes. Their portfolio includes products like bio-1,3-butadiene, bio-2,3-butanediol, bio-acetoin, and bio-methyl ethyl ketone, which are essential in industries such as rubber manufacturing, plastics, and fine chemicals.

The company aims to address the global demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly chemical solutions, particularly in the automotive and packaging industries. Their products not only support the transition to greener alternatives but also align with stringent government regulations aimed at reducing plastic waste and achieving net-zero targets.

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Michelin is a renowned French multinational company best known for its high-quality tires. Michelin was founded in 1889. Its headquarters are located in France. Michelin has a robust global presence, operating in over 170 countries worldwide. The company supports its extensive operations with more than 70 production facilities, research centers, and sales offices around the globe. This global network allows Michelin to provide local support and tailored solutions to customers in diverse markets. In North America alone, Michelin has a significant footprint, employing around 22,750 people and maintaining 20 manufacturing facilities. Additionally, Michelin has been deeply involved in the economic development of regions such as South Carolina, where it has made substantial investments in expanding its production capabilities

Michelin has announced that they are producing bio-butadiene for their own use as part of their BioButterfly project. This initiative, in collaboration with IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN) and Axens, has led to the opening of the first industrial-scale demonstration plant for bio-based butadiene production at Michelin’s site in Bassens near Bordeaux, France (Axens). The plant converts bioethanol derived from biomass into butadiene, which is a key component in synthetic rubber production, primarily for tires. This move aligns with Michelin’s goal of achieving 100% sustainable materials in their tires by 2050. 


Braskem S.A. is a major petrochemical company headquartered in São Paulo, Brazil. Founded in 1972, it is the largest producer of thermoplastic resins in the Americas and a leading producer of biopolymers globally. Braskem’s product portfolio includes polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and various other chemicals and fuels.

Braskem is the largest producer of thermoplastic resins in the Americas and holds a significant position in the global petrochemical market. The company places a strong emphasis on sustainable development and innovation, investing in renewable chemicals and environmentally friendly production processes. With a global presence, Braskem operates in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, offering a wide range of chemical products to various industries. 

ETB Catalytic technologies

ETB Catalytic Technologies, founded in 2001, is a leader in advanced catalytic processes and solutions for the chemical and energy sectors. Headquartered in United States, the company specializes in developing innovative catalytic technologies that enhance the efficiency, selectivity, and sustainability of chemical processes. ETB operates through several key business segments: refining catalysts, which improve the yield and quality of fuels and petroleum products; petrochemical catalysts, which boost the efficiency and selectivity of olefin production, aromatic processing, and polymerization; environmental catalysts, which help reduce emissions from industrial processes and vehicles, and treat wastewater; and renewable energy catalysts, which facilitate the production of biofuels, green hydrogen, and other renewable energy sources.

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ETB Catalytic Technologies has a robust global presence, with operations and clients across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. In North America, the company’s primary research and development facilities are located in the United States, where it collaborates with leading academic institutions and industrial partners. In Europe, ETB has sales offices and technical support teams in major industrial hubs to serve clients across the continent. The Asia-Pacific region, with its growing demand for advanced catalytic technologies, is served through partnerships and local offices in countries like China, Japan, South Korea, and India. ETB is also expanding its footprint in Latin America to cater to the region’s burgeoning petrochemical and refining industries. Additionally, strategic partnerships in the Middle East and Africa address the catalytic needs of clients in these regions.

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