June 21, 2011 | Comments Off on Just Released! Exclusive Strategic Position Paper “PELLETS ARE COMING TO ASIA” written by Pöyry
Prepared in conjunction with the 2nd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia to be held in Seoul on 7-8 Sep 2011
Written by Bioenergy expert, Pöyry, “Pellets are Coming to Asia” examines the evolving biomass markets dynamics as Asia’s demand for biomass looks set to increase from 2012 onwards.
If you are…
- a biomass producer, aggregator or wood-pellets/chips marketers
- a fuel purchaser for biomass-based power generation or co-firing plants
- seeking valuable insights and/or expanding your business network for your next bio-energy project
- interested in discovering financing options in the biomass value chain
Then you would want to DOWNLOAD this COMPLIMENTARY “PELLETS ARE COMING TO ASIA – A Strategic Position Paper”
The concise paper provides an overview on:
- Current State of Global Business and how the market will look like in 2015?
- Asia market’s attractiveness & prospects in project development
- Industrial wood pellet market dynamics & expected economic performance
- Economic applications of biomass in energy production
- Roadmap for a sustainable bio-energy industry
- Review of (in-pipeline) co2 emission related policies
- Cost competitiveness of pellets supply from different regions
PLUS, this must-read paper will be a vital guide for presentations featured at the 2nd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia.
You can now download it at NO COST! Just fill up the form below and check your in-box for our reply email with further instructions.
Exclusive Paper Download for 3rd Algae World Europe – Oilgae’s “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?” Available Now!
January 25, 2011 | Comments Off on Exclusive Paper Download for 3rd Algae World Europe – Oilgae’s “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?” Available Now!
As a forerunner to the 3rd Algae World Europe 2011 taking place on 16-17 May 2011 in Madrid, CMT is pleased to once again offer you an Exclusive White Paper on the Algae Industry!
Leading algae player Oilgae brings their expertise to the table in a special report entitled “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?”.
The paper is a must-read if you are seeking in-depth knowledge on algae. Featuring a real world status report on today’s algae industry, it compiles valuable information on:
- Major players and their algae cultivation strategies
- Updates on progress & efforts of prominent algae projects worldwide
- Forecast of trends and analysis of the industry’s development in the next ten years
- Examples and updates on large oil companies joint ventures and tie-ups – signifying their belief in the potential of algae
- And much more…
Also, the paper addresses the Key Barriers to Algae Fuels under 3 main categories: Key Challenges, Algae Fuel Production Cost, and Entry Barriers.
To access all of the above and more, simply fill the form below to download now!
December 7, 2010 | Comments Off on Just Released! Exclusive White Paper on “Wood Pellets Markets & International Trade”
In conjunction with the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit to be held in Rotterdam on 16-18 March 2011 CMT unveils an exclusive offer!
The “Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is the latest collaborative effort between CMT and Ronald Zwart, Director, CKade BV. This 17-page paper provides a comprehensive review on
- Industrial wood pellet market dynamics & expected economic performance
- Economic applications of biomass, including energy production
- Roadmap for a sustainable bioenergy industry
- Current financing mechanisms
- Analysis on future of CO2 emission trading
- Price benchmarks & trading tools
- Developments in international biomass trade
- Future wood pellet markets with supply/demand data & projections
Designed specifically for biomass producers, exporters, industrial utilities, procurement managers for industrial pellets, buyers, traders, shipping/logistics services providers and financial institutions, it serves as a valuable tool.
Besides, this must-read paper will be a vital reference guide for presentations featured at the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit.
“Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is now available to you as a complimentary download!
Simply fill in the form below to download your complimentary copy now!
Registration & Enquiries – Please send any questions to Hafizah at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 5, 2010 | Comments Off on Port of Rotterdam Researchers Share Key Opportunities & Challenges in Biomass from Palm & Rice.
Are Biomass residuals from the Palm & Rice Industry a risky business or a huge opportunity?
In June 2009, Ewout Kalkman, Sietske Trompert & Rogier Strijbos published an important report for the Amsterdam Research Project (Port of Rotterdam) that addressed the vital question:
Is it possible to utilize Asian biomass to meet growing demand?
Asia’s potential to supply biomass feedstock is well documented, but challenges remain over ensuring continuous supply for an industry that is still dependent on wood-chips and wood pellets.
How can Asia’s top 2 biomass sources, Oil Palm and Rice fill the gaps? Download the paper to find out:
- What are potential export flows of Palm & Rice based biomass residuals from Indonesia and Malaysia
- How can they be collected & processed.
- How can they be transported to and stored in a local port for export to Europe?
This 77 page in-depth report provides valuable data on the quality and type of Rice and Palm biomass produced and the storage and transportation infrastructure in both countries. The report also shares insightful recommendations for investment decision making, and offers a foretaste of what you can look forward to at the Biomass Pellets Trade Asia conference, meeting in Jakarta on 27-28 September. >>Find out more here<<
Want a copy of the paper? Just fill in the form below, and we will email it to you at no cost!
November 28, 2007 | Comments Off on Is Jatropha The New Wonder Feedstock For Biodiesel? New White Paper Reveals All.
The position paper ‘Sustainable Biodiesel Feedstock. Jatropha: Strategic Option’ by Dr. R. Rajagopal is being released in line with the JatrophaWorld 2008 conference which is to be held in Jakarta on 23 and 24 January 2008. The paper endeavors to answer several questions about the Biodiesel Industry one of which is whether Jatropha is the solution to the Biofuel food or fuel dilemma. This is the dilemma of whether biofuel crops are taking over too much land needed to feed the world’s hungry. This vital paper, released by KnowGenix, is available for free download.
SINGAPORE, November 28, 2007 – The JatrophaWorld 2008 Conference (www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha), to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 23-24 January 2008, is being organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT). In line with JatrophaWorld 2008, KnowGenix, a Knowledge Partner of CMT, has released a position paper called ‘Sustainable Biodiesel Feedstock. Jatropha: Strategic Option’.
Author of the position paper, Dr. R. Rajagopal of KnowGenix, explains “the biofuel business is a complex web continuously reacting to the traditional oil business, as rising oil prices spur demand for biofuels.” The focus is now on non food crops with Jatropha rediscovering itself as the new pin up boy of alternative energy industry proponents. Contemporary trends across the world indicate a pronounced shift towards Jatropha as a more viable and sustainable feedstock for biodiesel compared to other food based crops.
“The worldwide development of biofuels has raised a myriad of issues by stakeholders. Complex trade-offs are demanded by the production, distribution, and utilization of biofuels and its feedstocks. Besides, the biofuel economics has become so location specific for its sustainability that it rules out the possibility of common approaches,” said Dr Rajagopal.
The position paper attempts to answer several questions about Jatropha. These include:
- Is Jatropha really the best among energy crops and does it leave the least environmental footprint?
- What are the impacts of large scale Jatropha plantations being planned in developing nations to feed the energy demands of the western world?
- How does the Jatropha economics work for the developing nations?
- To what extent is it more conducive in reducing GHG emissions?
- Is Jatropha cultivation and propagation sustainable globally to feed the needed market demand?
- Is biotechnology the answer to optimize Jatropha cultivation?
Those interested in Jatropha and biofuels are encouraged to download a complimentary copy of ‘Sustainable Biodiesel Feedstock. Jatropha: Strategic Option’ at http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatrophapaper
The questions the paper endeavors to answer and other questions will be expanded on at JatrophaWorld 2008.
The JatrophaWorld 2008 organizer, Centre for Management Technology (CMT), has brought together the best expertise and brightest brains to discuss and analyze the present and future dynamics of Jatropha. The companies represented include Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute of Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology, Singapore’s Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, Malaysia’s Asiatic Centre for Genomic Technologies Sdn. Bhd., the Indonesian Center for Estate Crops Research & Development (ICERD) as well as India’s Naturol Bioenergy Limited and Labland Biodiesel Private Limited. Delegates will be able to expand their knowledge about Jatropha and alternative energy and also network with the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of the Jatropha industry.
JatrophaWorld 2008 is going to be the most important conference of 2008 for those who want to keep abreast of the latest developments in the agriculture, processing, socio-economics and financing of Jatropha as an alternative energy source. Those wanting more information or who are vitally interested in Jatropha as a feedstock for Biodiesel and alternative energy must visit http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha. While there, they can register for this essential conference.
About Centre for Management Technology
CMT is dedicated to the provision of the latest global technology and business information in the chemical industry through high profile conferences focusing on renewable, liquid energy sources. CMT has organized industry specific conferences on Liquid Natural Gas, and LPG, ground breaking summit on technologies like Coal to Liquids, Gas to Liquids, and Bio-mass to Liquid, and alternative energy or future fuels forums like Biodiesel, Biofuels and Ethanol. This has established CMT as the market leader in promoting this nascent industry as an alternative global powerhouse.
KnowGenix a growth strategy service firm with Chemicals, Materials and Energy practices is a Knowledge Partner of CMT. The firm researches business and technology trends in petrochemicals, fine, specialty and life science chemicals value chain as well as in materials and energy. It assists clients with growth strategy services through customized, competitive and timely solutions covering Asia, M.E., EU and US geographies in collaboration with its global partners. To learn more please visit www.knowgenix.com.