Martin K. Patel
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Olefins from conventional and heavy feedstocks: Energy use in steam cracking and alternative processes
T Ren, M Patel, K Blok
Energy 31 (4), 425-451, 2006
Plastics derived from biological sources: present and future: a technical and environmental review
GQ Chen, MK Patel
Chemical reviews 112 (4), 2082-2099, 2012
IPCC guidelines for national greenhouse gas inventories
R Lanza, T Martinsen, AKW Mohammad, MMO Santos, M Neelis, M Patel
IPCC: Geneva, Switzerland, 2006
Replacing fossil based PET with biobased PEF; process analysis, energy and GHG balance
A Eerhart, APC Faaij, MK Patel
Energy & environmental science 5 (4), 6407-6422, 2012
Present and future development in plastics from biomass
L Shen, E Worrell, M Patel
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining: Innovation for a sustainable economy …, 2010
Product overview and market projection of emerging bio-based plastics
L Shen, J Haufe, MK Patel
Utrecht University commissioned by European Polysaccharide network of …, 2009
Open-loop recycling: A LCA case study of PET bottle-to-fibre recycling
L Shen, E Worrell, MK Patel
Resources, conservation and recycling 55 (1), 34-52, 2010
Medium and long-term opportunities and risk of the biotechnological production of bulk chemicals from renewable resources-The potential of white biotechnology
M Patel, M Crank, V Dornberg, B Hermann, L Roes, B Huesing, ...
Utrecht University, Department of Science, Technology and Society (STS …, 2006
A review of the environmental impacts of biobased materials
M Weiss, J Haufe, M Carus, M Brandão, S Bringezu, B Hermann, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 16, S169-S181, 2012
Steam cracking and methane to olefins: Energy use, CO2 emissions and production costs
T Ren, MK Patel, K Blok
Energy 33 (5), 817-833, 2008
Critical aspects in the life cycle assessment (LCA) of bio-based materials–Reviewing methodologies and deriving recommendations
P Pawelzik, M Carus, J Hotchkiss, R Narayan, S Selke, M Wellisch, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 73, 211-228, 2013
Producing bio-based bulk chemicals using industrial biotechnology saves energy and combats climate change
BG Hermann, K Blok, MK Patel
Environmental science & technology 41 (22), 7915-7921, 2007
A review of experience curve analyses for energy demand technologies
M Weiss, M Junginger, MK Patel, K Blok
Technological forecasting and social change 77 (3), 411-428, 2010
To compost or not to compost: Carbon and energy footprints of biodegradable materials’ waste treatment
BG Hermann, L Debeer, B De Wilde, K Blok, MK Patel
Polymer Degradation and Stability 96 (6), 1159-1171, 2011
Succinic acid production derived from carbohydrates: An energy and greenhouse gas assessment of a platform chemical toward a bio‐based economy
B Cok, I Tsiropoulos, AL Roes, MK Patel
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 8 (1), 16-29, 2014
From fluid milk to milk powder: Energy use and energy efficiency in the European dairy industry
CA Ramirez, M Patel, K Blok
Energy 31 (12), 1984-2004, 2006
Potential of bioethanol as a chemical building block for biorefineries: preliminary sustainability assessment of 12 bioethanol-based products
JA Posada, AD Patel, A Roes, K Blok, APC Faaij, MK Patel
Bioresource technology 135, 490-499, 2013
On the electrification of road transport-Learning rates and price forecasts for hybrid-electric and battery-electric vehicles
M Weiss, MK Patel, M Junginger, A Perujo, P Bonnel, G van Grootveld
Energy Policy 48, 374-393, 2012
Product overview and market projection of emerging bio-based plastics PRO-BIP 2009
L Shen, J Haufe, MK Patel
Report for European polysaccharide network of excellence (EPNOE) and …, 2009
Today’s and tomorrow’s bio-based bulk chemicals from white biotechnology
BG Hermann, M Patel
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 136 (3), 361-388, 2007
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