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An economic analysis of oil palm plantation in Northeastern Thailand an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
The oil palm is a new plant in the Northeast Thailand which has been promoted for biodiesel production. The objectives of this research are to study the socio-economic of oil palm farmers, production process and marketing as well as to analyze the return on investment of the oil palm farming in Seka District, Nong Khai Province. Even though oil palm is not a generally planted crop in this region and farmers do not have much knowledge about this crop, this project is believed to be able to serve the community in terms of creating jobs and supplying cheaper energy source to the region.
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The Palm Oil Multinationals from Malaysia an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
The economic contribution of the palm oil multinationals to Malaysia is significant. They generate US$30 billion in export revenue and provide employment to rural population throughout Malaysia. The palm oil products they produce are exported to many countries, and these palm products are used in an extensive variety of food products we consume daily. New R&D efforts continue to discover new applications, as food ingredients, industrial products and oleochemicals. The rapid expansion of the palm oil multinationals has attracted numerous controversies due to environmental concerns. They are blamed for felling large, virgin forests to plant oil palms, resulting in de-forestation and displacement of endangered animals such as "orang utan" and rare monkeys. As a result, global food companies are requiring these palm oil multinationals to adopt sustainable oil palm plantation. The palm oil multinationals are recognizing these concerns. The increasing world population is expected to continue driving the demand for palm oil as a competitive source of oil and fat. The palm oil multinationals will be forced to seek new areas and countries to plant more oil palm.
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Oil Palm an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand

Oil Palm

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Oil Palm an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
During last decade Indonesia plays role as the important net palm oil exporter in the world. However, research and development are rolling towards bioproducts criteria of palm oil, its derivatives or side products. New emerging trends are revealed in this book such as refined palm oil for frying oil, fractionated biodiesel for winter climate application, palm biocomposite including bio polyol as an advanced material, pelletized feed for beef and dairy cattle husbandries and renewable energy of biogas for electricity. Other application of palm wastes aims to preserve environment and to promote economic activities involves unskilled people in developing countries. This book clearly opens our perspective about integrated palm oil processing and its derivatives benefits. This book should be especially intended to professionals, students, academician, or practitioners who consider agribusiness in their works.
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Bacterial Endophytes of Oil Palm an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Endophytic bacteria are organisms inhibiting plant organs that at some time in their life cycle can colonize the internal plant tissues without causing apparent harm to the host.They have potential to be a biological control agent to suppress basal stem rot disease in oil palm plantation that caused by Ganoderma boninense. G. boninense is an aggressive fungal pathogen that could cause serious economy loss in oil palm production.
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Automation and Mechanization in Agriculture an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
This book consists of three research paper on application of technology in agriculture. It shows the engineering and mechanization concept that flow from laboratory to real application as need in agriculture sector. The testing was performed under laboratory control environment and dummy target point also was established to collect the actual data. To avoid the repeatedly process of training the image data and inefficient of capturing the image value, the colorspace value namely Hue is used as conducted in research paper number three. This study introduced the image based measurement for modeling the oil palm fresh fruit bunches (FFB) maturity prediction which enables the determination of the correct time for harvesting. The images were analysed for optical properties of Hue, using the analysis software that was developed at our research laboratory. The model is used to develop an equation for the software to enable the oil palm planters to determine the time of harvesting the matured oil palm fruit bunches in oil palm plantation.
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A Novel Technique In Crop Maturity Prediction an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Harvesting of the primary crop in Malaysia namely oil palm fresh fruit bunches (FFB) at correct stage of ripening is important in maximizing crop yield. Digital value of image known as Hue was used to measure the oil palm fruit colour skin in actual plantation condition. Using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) method, the Hue was found the best digital value for determine the color surface of FFB among another digital value component of Red, Green and Blue. The relationship of the oil content for Mesocarp oil palm fruits with the digital value of Hue was analysed. The procedure starts from image capturing of the FFB during unripe (black color surface until overripe stage (orange color surface).The variety of oil palm is Tenera: Elaeis Guineensis. The formulated predicted equation was Y = -0.0116X2 + 5.2376X – 514.88 (R2 = 0.884) with Y as the Mesocarp oil content and X as the Hue optical property. High correlation of Hue digital value was found between the developed systems using the Nikon digital camera and the Keyence machine vision with correlation close to 0.929 and accuracy of 97%.Simulation model was developed for estimation the harvesting days of FFB.
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Forest Plantation Development, Poverty, And Inequality an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
This book uses a dynamic general equilibrium model to examine the economy-wide impact of forest plantation development in Laos. Analysis focussed on the Government of Laos’ forest policies to promote the development of forest plantation by the year 2020. To assess interactions between the macro-economy and micro-economic effects, a macro-micro economic framework was developed by connecting the dynamic Lao CGE model to a microsimulation model (LaoDCGE-MSM model). This technique enables us to assess the plantation impact at the household level or to examine the impact on poverty and inequality. The LaoDCGE-MSM model can potentially play an important role in analysing economic impacts for public decision-making. At the national level, it can assist the Government of Laos in examining possible impacts of forest plantation development on the Lao economy, poverty, and inequality. The model can also be used as a framework to answer a number of other questions relating to Lao trade, taxation, and environmental issues. For example, it could be used to investigate the impact of economic policies or external shocks such as those resulting from Laos joining the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA),
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Child Labour and Demographic Transition in Thailand an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
In South-Eastern Asian countries, the remarkable decrease in fertility is one of significant demographic phenomenon of the last decades. Still, child labour is sees as a crucial, pressing issue that pervades the developing world. In this thesis I study the link between the demographic transition - fertility and mortality decline that took place in Thailand recently and the changing pattern of work for school-aged children. After a description of the situation and a review of the literature, I focus on an empirical analysis of panel data on the Nang Rong district. Results are in line with the prediction that fertility decline along with economic development has a positive influence on parental choices about the economic activity of their offspring.
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Biodiesel production and application from Jatropha in Thailand an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
The price of petroleum products has been fluctuating and rising for many years and there is increasing green house gas emissions caused by its combustion. Biodiesel is an attractive solution for reducing the use of conventional diesel. Utilizing Biodiesel can reduce the amount of diesel importation and also reduce the green house gas emission. Thailand is an agricultural-based country which is capable to produce Jatropha. This oil producing crop has a good potential for Biodiesel production. Experiments were conducted to produce Jatropha oil by the process of transesterification. This experiment used methanol for mixing with Jatropha oil and in case of catalyst, potassium hydroxide was used. Parameters were compared between pure Jatropha oil and Jatropha-biodiesel in order to see which one is more suitable to be utilized in the single-cylinder diesel engine. This research is meant to provide useful information regarding the recommendation of biodiesel production from Jatropha. It is expected this will also encourage people to consider using Jatropha oil for biodiesel production along with palm in order to reduce the palm products shortage.
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Game Complete Analysis of Classic Economic Duopolies an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
In this insightful and original book, Game Complete Analysis of Classic Economic Duopolies, David Carfi and Emanuele Perrone propose a game complete analysis of Cournot and Bertrand (symmetric and asymmetric) duopolies. Looking in more detail at the outline of the volume, Chapter 1 is an introductory chapter to the Complete Analysis of Differentiable Games, applied in the other four chapters. In Chapter 2 and 4, Carfi and Perrone deal with symmetric Cournot and Bertrand duopolies. The authors apply the Complete Analysis of Differentiable Games to the classic symmetric duopolies, an economic situation in which there are two firms producing the same commodity and selling it in the same market. In Chapter 3 and 5 the authors, again, apply the Complete Analysis of Differentiable Games and also some new algorithms, employing the software wxMaxima 11.04.0, in order to reach a total knowledge of the two classic duopolies, viewed as complex interactions between two competitive subjects, in two exemplar asymmetric cases. In conclusion, readers will find an interesting, original, sophisticated and surprising volume to read, about an evergreen and classic economic subject.
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The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
In "The Oil Factor", Stephen Leeb accurately predicted the current oil shortage and showed how savvy investors could profit. But now the world is facing an energy crisis of unparalled scope and the recent surge in oil prices is only the tip of the iceberg. With meticulous research and analysis, Leeb shows that due to strong competition from India and China for the world's oil reserves, prices could soon top an astounding $200 a barrel, bringing an economic collapse for which most countries and investors are ill-prepared. Now, in this groundbreaking book, Leeb shows how this crisis will affect you but how savvy investing can turn these dire times into financial gain.
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Oil Palm Wastes as Potential Biomass Fuel of the Future in Malaysia an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Malaysia has an abundance of energy resources, both renewable and non-renewable. The energy demand and supply by source are also shown in relation to the country’s fuel diversification policy.The efforts were undertaken to encourage the utilization of renewable resources. Forest residue and oil palm biomass are found to be potentially of highest energy value and considered as the main renewable energy option for Malaysia. The mass balance of the oil palm industry in Malaysia is reviewed as it is self-sufficient in energy, including a proposed plan for the operational process and product of the palm oil industry if used EFB as fuel beside palm shell and fibre. Palm oil and related products represent the second largest export of Malaysia. This book gives a detailed representation of oil palm planted and produced together with its yield from the year 1976 onwards. The large amounts of available forest and palm oil residues resulting from the harvest can be utilized for energy generation and other by-products in a manner that also addresses environmental concerns related to current waste disposal methods.
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Thailand’s Enengy Security an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Oil crises occur in two forms: high oil price shocks and or oil supply disruptions. High oil prices may not coincide with oil shortages but oil shortages will rapidly lead to higher oil prices. As oil crises usually create both economic and social adverse impacts, concerns on oil supply security are extensively discussed among oil-importing nations. Thailand has experienced a remarkable record of economic growth during the past three decades. The level of oil consumption has risen considerably to propel economic growth by more than five-fold since 1976, which leads to a growing dependence on oil imports from the Middle East where the geopolitical situation has been unsettled. The fear of oil disruptions has escalated. Consequently, the Thai government has considered establishing a Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) to provide the government with an effective policy option for managing an oil crisis. However, the question remains as to how much of today’s resources should be sacrificed in order to ensure a smooth path in the future.
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Socio-Economic Determinants of FDI - A Quantitative Analysis an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an integral part of an open and effective international economic system and a major catalyst to development. Besides of being a pivotal part of an open and effective international economic system, the benefits of FDI are not distributed equally across different regions due to several reasons. Several problems, among which lies also the temporary ones like Militancy, extremism etc, have washed out the basin of FDI in Pakistan’s economy.The current study aims at ascertaining the effect of social and economic indicators on FDI in Pakistan.
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Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth In Nigeria an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
This is strictly an examination of the effect of non-oil export on economic growth of Nigeria. The basic aim is to examine the trend and composition of the non-oil export in Nigeria and investigate the extent of the contribution of non-oil export sector to the Nigerian economy. The study generate serious academic interest in evolving new methods and strategies needed in developing non-oil exports for higher productivity and efficient performance which in the long run will result to economic growth and development. Hence it evaluates the federal government incentives and schemes in promoting non-oil export trade promotion in Nigeria with focus on the immense derivable benefits from engaging in non-oil export and the resulting economic growth in Nigeria at aggregate level which are associated with the current international trends in global trade liberation. Virtually all the nations’ foreign exchange was obtained from the exportation of oil products due to the economic boom in 1970s. Thus, it is pertinent in this study to discuss the causes and consequences of the neglect of the non-oil export in detail as well as trend examined since 1970 in order to note its growth.
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Economic Impacts Analysis of a Low RVP Fuel Program an economic analysis of oil palm plantation in northeastern thailand
Based on the new standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency, related to fine particulate matter and Ozone, Hamilton County and surrounding counties in Ohio and Kentucky, fall into the non-attainment category. The new Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) gasoline program was proposed by the Clean Air Consortium of Southwest Ohio to reduce pollutant levels responsible for high Ozone concentrations. Even though its introduction will increase the price of gasoline, affecting consumers in terms of increased expenditure and producers in terms of higher cost of doing business in the region, it will also result in a cleaner and healthier environment in which to live. An economic impact analysis was conducted using an economic forecasting model developed by Regional Economic Model Inc. (REMI) Policy Insight to assess the costs and benefits of the program.
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