November 17, 2010 | Comments Off on Just Released! Video Presentation by RWE Essent’s Peter-Paul Schouwenberg
To supplement the Biomass Trade & Power Americas Summit in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011, CMT invites you to download for free, an on-demand soft copy of a video presentation entitled
“Sourcing of Sustainable Solid Biomass for large-scale co-firing in NW Europe”
delivered by Peter-Paul Schouwenberg , a Senior Officer, Regulatory Affairs with RWE Essent.
This exclusive video and slide presentation offer critical insights on:
- What steps European biomass industry should take to reach its renewable energy targets
- Role of government towards reaching these goals
- Why you should invest in new technologies
- Standing of wood pellets in comparison to other upcoming feedstocks for biomass fuels
- Solving logistical issues in global biomass trade, especially export to Europe
- Certification system
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Frank Views on Project Financing for Biomass – Explore What Investors are Looking for to Overcome Investment Barriers & Risks.
April 8, 2009 | Comments Off on Frank Views on Project Financing for Biomass – Explore What Investors are Looking for to Overcome Investment Barriers & Risks.
At the recently concluded Biomass World 2009 conference in Jakarta, “Innovative Financing for Biomass Projects”, a speech by Frédéric CRAMPÉ, Managing Director of ReEx Capital Asia Pte Ltd made the audience sit up and pay close attention.
With the ailing global economy, the question of funding for Biomass projects is pressing. Staying ahead of the current economic reality requires creativity, flexibility and innovation on the part of the project developer.
It also requires the project developer to understand the decision-making processes that shape Biomass project funding.
Frédéric CRAMPÉ’s spoke plainly on the current situation and pinpointed what the industry needed to overcome. He also discussed some of the crippling mistakes made by Biomass project developers while applying for financing.
However, the real reason why this presentation was so highly rated was in his innovative solutions and commonsense insights on re-aligning Biomass project to tap on the financing available.
In recognition of the relevance and importance of Frédéric CRAMPÉ’s speech, we are releasing the video recording of this presentation for the biomass community to benefit from his valuable insights in line with the Biomass World 2009 conference series.
The Biomass World 2009 Video will OPEN YOUR EYES to some very VALUABLE insights on financing your biomass projects.
Watch & find out:
- The basic building blocks to structure your Biomass project for financing- the three-step approach.
- Identify the key stakeholders in the Biomass value chain and the role of financing in the equation.
- Zoom into the Risk Matrix for Biomass projects to understand the decision-making process of financiers.
- Key risk mitigation measures for Biomass Projects- an Essential step to secure financing.
…Plus Many More…
Frédéric’s presentation was one of the highest rated speeches at Biomass World 2009 in Jakarta, with many attendees rating it as ‘relevant’, ‘useful’ and ‘time appropriate’.
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BTG-BTL has plans to build a pyrolysis plant at Hengelo’s AkzoNobel site. The letter of intent was signed at the end of September by AkzoNobel Industrial Chemicals, Empyro and BTG Bioliquids. In the new plant wood will be converted to oil. The plant will also deliver steam to AkzoNobel and generate electricity for delivery to the public grid. Largest pyrolysis plant in Europe The Empyro plant, owned by the shareholders Tree Power and BTG Bioliquids, will “convert 5 metric tons of dry wood into oil, steam and electricity, per hour”. This conversion takes place on a commercial scale and uses a technique, owned by BTG Bioliquids. This technique has already proven itself in Malaysia, where a plant uses residual products of a palm oil plant. The new pyrolysis installation will be the largest in Europe and building it will require an investment of approximately 13 million Euros. A substantial part of the investment will be covered by an European subsidy because it is a pilot project. The installation will be built on a piece of land of 1 hectare and will be 20 meters high. It is expected that the construction can start in the second quarter of 2010. Source: http://www.btgworld.com/news.php#top , 10th October 2009 For more information on pyrolysis, join Mr. Gerhard Muggen, Managing Director of BTG Bioliquids BV. as he presents his paper on Pre-Treatment Biomass Using Pyrolysis Technologies at the Biomass Trade & Power conference, 11- 12 March 2010 held in Rotterdam. Get more information on other topic, view the full agenda. Participate by registering now click here
November 11, 2008 | 1 Comment
If you wanted to know the answers to questions like “Can the Biomass-to-Biofuels option result in commercial success,” and “Are Biomass based Biofuels capable of meeting global alternative energy demand” then continue reading as we may have the answers you need.
CMT is pleased to invite you to view our free-to-air exclusive video “Prospects of Biomass to Liquid Fuels”, which guarantees a comprehensive analysis of the costs, economics and geographic merits of the Biomass-to-Biofuels option.
The video presentation features insights from
DR. LARRY SONG, General Manager of NEXANT Shanghai. Dr. Song has 25 years of industrial experience with companies like BP & ExxonMobil and is a leading expert in biomass conversion & bio-refinery. He has managed numerous projects in over 22 countries including China & the U.S, advising on the technical, economic, commercial and strategic planning aspects of biomass to energy projects.
“Prospects of Biomass to Liquid Fuels” was rated as one of the top presentations by the over 100 key industry representative who attended the Biomass World 2008 summit in Beijing on 23-24 September 2008 and will provide you with Realistic answers to the following critical questions including:
- How does Biomass interface with the refining, power & chemical industries?
- Where is the Biomass-to-Liquid fuels Industry heading?
- What are the emerging Biomass feedstock?
- What’s impeding the development of Biomass-to-Biofuels?
- What are the latest developments in Biobutanol production?
… Plus Many More …
In this presentation Dr. Song also touches on other first and second generation biofuels from feedstocks like natural oils, sugars, starches & whole grains, and provides a through comparison of the comprehensive Biofuels sector.
Biomass World 2009 is offering this “Prospects of Biomass to Liquid Fuels” video presentation as a lead up to the upcoming event to take place in Jakarta on the 9 & 10 February 2009.