Puede ser viable comercialmente el 100% de la planta de jatrofa? Un experto difunde datos sorprendentes sobre los “residuos” de jatrofa

June 23, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Es posible aprovechar el 100% de la planta de jatrofa? El investigador principal de la jatrofa, el Dr. William Ludwig Nolten, trata este tema durante la innovadora presentación “Tecnología de utilización de los residuos y torta de semillas de jatrofa”.

La mayoría de los agricultores actualmente plantan y cosechan semillas de jatrofa curca principalmente por su aceite puro de planta (pure plant oil, PPO) para uso como combustible ecológico y combustible ecológico diésel. Sin embargo, está comprobado que el PPO solamente representa apenas el 14% de los recursos utilizables en cada fruto.

Durante la presentación “Tecnología de utilización de los residuos y tortas de semillas de jatrofa”, el Dr. Nolten observa que es posible aumentar el uso de la planta de jatrofa a un asombroso 100%. ¡Las ganancias de la torta de semilla y biomasa de jatrofa podrían incluso exceder la rentabilidad de la venta del PPO!

“Los residuos de biomasa y semillas de jatrofa no son sustancias de desechos… usted puede transformar todo para que su proyecto sea un éxito”, declara el Dr. Nolten.

Como investigador de última generación de la jatrofa, y director de Waterland Group en Asia, el Dr. Nolten es ampliamente considerado uno de los expertos líderes de la industria. El Waterland Group plantó más de 60.000 hectáreas (148.000 acres) de jatrofa en Indonesia y posee más de 12.000 hectáreas (29.500 acres) que ya producen aceite.

La presentación del Dr. Nolten, una de las mejor calificadas en cuanto a su utilidad y relevancia en la conferencia Jatropha World Asia 2009 realizada en Kuala Lumpur, también cubrió los siguientes temas:

  • Comercialización de tortas de semillas y residuos de jatrofa en la industria farmacéutica.
  • Cómo incursionar en el muy rentable mercado del gas ecológico.
  • Comercio de granos de semillas como un ingrediente de alimento para ganado altamente lucrativo.
  • Creación de fertilizante orgánico y acondicionador de suelos con desechos agrícolas de jatrofa.
  • Creación de gránulos agro-energéticos para las necesidades de cocción y calentamiento de las áreas rurales.

La presentación “Tecnología de utilización de los residuos y torta de semillas de jatrofa” se lanzará junto con las iniciativas de la 2.a conferencia Jatropha World Americas 2009. Para obtener acceso libre a este video imperdible, visite http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/2009/06/23/top-jatropha-strategist-shares-startling-revelation-returns-from-jatropha-biomass-can-exceed-returns-from-sale-of-jatropha-oil/.

La 2.a conferencia Jatropha World Americas 2009 reunirá a los principales agrónomos y científicos, inversionistas y financistas, refinadores de combustible ecológico diésel, proveedores de semillas y equipos de la industria, como así también a funcionarios del gobierno y representantes de ONG unidos por su interés en la jatrofa.

Para inscribirse en este gran evento de 2 días de duración, programado para el 3 y 4 de diciembre en Miami, Florida, visite http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/2009/06/23/top-jatropha-strategist-shares-startling-revelation-returns-from-jatropha-biomass-can-exceed-returns-from-sale-of-jatropha-oil/.

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É viável a comercialização de 100% da Jatropha (pinhão manso)? Especialistas divulgam fatos surpreendentes sobre os “resíduos” da jatropha

June 23, 2009 | 2 Comments

É possível tirar vantagem de 100% da jatropha? O principal pesquisador da jatropha, Dr. William Ludwig Nolten, falou sobre essa questão durante sua apresentação pioneira “Tecnologia de utilização da pasta e dos resíduos da jatropa”.

A maioria dos plantadores da jatropha cultiva e colhe a jatropha curcas principalmente por seu óleo vegetal puro (PPO) para uso como biocombustível e biodiesel. No entanto, já ficou comprovado que o PPO só representa 14% dos recursos utilizáveis dos frutos.

Durante a apresentação da palestra sobre “Tecnologia de utilização da pasta e dos resíduos da jatropha”, o Dr. Nolten observou que é possível aumentar o uso da jatropha para 100%. Os rendimentos da biomassa e da pasta de jatropha podem até ultrapassar os retornos da venda do PPO!

“As sementes e os resíduos da biomassa da jatropha não são substâncias descartáveis… é possível converter tudo para fazer do seu projeto um sucesso”, afirma o Dr. Nolten.

Como Diretor do Waterland Group para a Ásia e pesquisador de ponta da jatropha, o Dr. Nolten é amplamente considerado como um dos principais especialistas do setor. O Waterland Group plantou sessenta mil hectares de jatropha na Indonésia e já tem mais de doze mil hectares produzindo óleo.

A apresentação do Dr. Nolten, uma das mais bem avaliadas em termos de utilidade e relevância durante o Jatropha World Asia 2009 realizado em Kuala Lumpur, cobriu também os seguintes tópicos:

Comercialização da pasta de resíduos de jatropha para a indústria farmacêutica.
Aproveitamento do lucrativo mercado de biogás.
Comercialização da farinha de semente como ingrediente altamente lucrativo da alimentação animal.
Criação de um condicionador de solo e fertilizante orgânico dos resíduos agrícolas da jatropha.
Produção de pellets agroenergéticos para as necessidades de aquecimento e preparo de alimentos das áreas rurais.
“Tecnologia de utilização da pasta e dos resíduos da jatropha” está sendo lançada juntamente com as iniciativas da 2ª Conferência Jatropha World Americas 2009. Para obter acesso gratuito a esse vídeo imperdível, acesse http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/2009/06/23/top-jatropha-strategist-shares-startling-revelation-returns-from-jatropha-biomass-can-exceed-returns-from-sale-of-jatropha-oil/.

A 2ª Jatropha World Americas 2009 vai reunir os principais cientistas e agrônomos, investidores e financiadores, refinadores de biodiesel, fornecedores de equipamentos e sementes do setor, além de agentes governamentais e representantes de ONGs unidos pelo interesse pela jatropha.

Para inscrever-se nesse evento com dois dias plenos de atividades, a acontecer nos dias 3 e 4 de dezembro, em Miami, Flórida, acesse http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/2009/06/23/top-jatropha-strategist-shares-startling-revelation-returns-from-jatropha-biomass-can-exceed-returns-from-sale-of-jatropha-oil/.

O texto no idioma original deste anúncio é a versão oficial autorizada. As traduções são fornecidas apenas como uma facilidade e devem se referir ao texto no idioma original, que é a única versão do texto que tem efeito legal.

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TOP Jatropha Strategist Shares Startling Revelation! Returns from Jatropha Biomass can EXCEED returns from sale of Jatropha Oil

June 23, 2009 | 3 Comments

Drs. William Ludwig Nolten uncovers potential of Jatropha Seedcake & Biomass for boosting returns in a successful Jatropha project.

“Utilization Technology of Jatropha Seedcake and Residues” is an insightful video presentation featuring Drs. William Ludwig Nolten, Asia Director of Waterland Group, and one of the world’s most cutting-edge Jatropha researchers. The presentation, made at the JatrophaWorld Asia 2009 conference, was one of the highest rated in terms of usefulness and relevance.

Drs.  Nolten thoroughly debunks the idea that jatropha seedcake and biomass residues are waste substances. According to Drs. Nolten, jatropha PPO represents only 14% of the jatropha fruit. The other 86% are biomass, consisting of fruit shell (30%), seed husk (26%) and kernel (30%). The utilization of these resources provides additional revenuesand carbon credits for a jatropha project.

Watch & find out how you can use Jatropha in the following applications:

  • Organic Fertilizer and Soil Conditioner from Jatropha’s Agricultural Wastes- going completely green!
  • Pharmaceutical use of Jatropha seedcakes and residues- A Highly Lucrative sector
  • Potential use of seed kernel meal as livestock feed ingredient – can be traded at 30% higher than soybean meal
  • Agro-energy pellets for cooking and heating needs in rural areas
  • Biogas production from seedcake-a potential source for CDM and Carbon Credits

…Plus Many More…

Register today to access the 2nd JatrophaWorld Americas Video Presentation at NO COST.

Why you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to tap Drs.  William L. Nolten’s expertise!

Drs. William Nolten is the Asia Director of Waterland Group which has planted over 60,000 hectares in Indonesia and as of this year, has over 12,000 hectares already producing oil.

Unlike many so failed startups, Waterland Group entered the jatropha sector after ten years of intensive research and pilot projects.  The Waterland group has successfully commercialized jatropha for biofuel use and has developed sustainable agronomic practices and socially-responsible business model which is economical.

Besides cultivation in Indonesia, the company has also established a joint venture in Vietnam last year which will see the set-up of two jatropha nurseries and R&D centre to further expand WaterLand’s model in the country.

If you are someone with a vested interest in growing your Jatropha business, “Utilization Technology of Jatropha Seedcake and Residues” is a video you cannot afford to miss.

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Can 100% of Jatropha Plant be Commercially Viable? Expert Shares Surprising Facts About Jatropha ‘Residue’

April 15, 2009 | 1 Comment

Entrepreneurs around the globe are finding new ways to monetize the Jatropha plant thanks to the pioneering research of World-renowned Jatropha expert Dr. William Ludwig Nolten. In a groundbreaking video presentation, Dr. Nolten shares how easy it is to utilize 100% of the Jatropha plant for biofuel, biodiesel and other profit generating revenue streams. To receive free access to this presentation, please visit http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/video2/

nolten_dvdcover_250pxMiami, Florida,  April 15, 2009 – In a time when many industries are shrinking or closing down altogether, Jatropha plantation management continues to expand and grow. For one, Jatropha has proven itself as a profitable source of biofuel and as an alternative energy resource.

And now, thanks to the pioneering research of renowned Jatropha expert Dr. William Ludwig Nolten, entrepreneurs are discovering how to take 100 % advantage of the Jatropha plant. For example, Dr. Nolten’s research reveals that Jatropha seedcake and biomass revenues can exceed returns from the sale of Jatropha oil.

In his groundbreaking presentation, “Utilization Technology of Jatropha Seedcake and Residues,” Dr. Nolten shares some startling revelations about the future of Jatropha curcas and growing Jatropha.

“Our strategy is to generate income for the farmers so that they keep maintaining the fields,” Dr. Nolten remarks. He adds, “We make and keep the land fertile and the yields high . . . we keep the plantation owners, investors, farmers and the local community happy . . . and we keep the planet healthy!”

As Asia Director of Waterland Group and cutting-edge Jatropha researcher, Dr. Nolten is widely considered one of the industry’s leading experts. The Waterland Group has planted over 60,000 hectares of Jatropha in Indonesia and has over 12,000 hectares already producing oil.

Jatropha seeds and biomass residues are not waste substances . . . you can convert everything to make your project a success” notes Dr. Nolten.

Dr. Nolten’s presentation, made at the Jatropha World Asia 2009 conference, was one of the highest rated in terms of usefulness and relevance. In this exclusive video, Dr. Nolten shares how to utilize all parts of the Jatropha plant for biofuel and a whole lot more:

  • Marketing Jatropha seedcakes and residues to the pharmaceutical industry.
  • How to tap into the very profitable biogas market.
  • Trading seed kernel meal as a highly lucrative livestock feed ingredient.
  • Creating organic fertilizer and soil conditioner from Jatropha agricultural waste.
  • Making agro-energy pellets for the cooking and heating needs of rural areas.
  • And much more . . .

The free video presentation is being released as part of the 2nd Jatropha World Americas 2009 conference initiatives. To receive instant access to Dr. Nolten’s video presentation, visit http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/video2/

The 2nd Jatropha World Americas 2009 itself promises to be one of the most important conferences for the Jatropha industry to date.

With the global energy crisis continuing to weigh on the world economy, Jatropha has become an important alternative fuel source. This year’s event will bring together the industry’s top agronomists and scientists, investors and financiers, biodiesel refiners, seed and equipment suppliers as well as government officials and NGO representatives.

It is one of the largest gatherings of individuals united by their interest in Jatropha and features a diverse schedule of expert speakers, industry roundtables and networking breakout sessions. For anyone involved with Jatropha, it is a must-attend conference.

The 2nd Jatropha World Americas 2009 is being held in Miami, Florida, on June 10 and 11, 2009.  To register for the event, visit http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/attend/ .

About the 2nd Jatropha World Americas 2009
The 2nd Jatropha World Americas 2009 brings industry experts and leaders together to collaborate and share relevant emerging strategies that will guide, inspire and assist key Jatropha sector influencers with critical gap analysis; risk evaluations; trend and opportunity identifications in support of commercialization and growth of Jatropha in Asia and around the world. The 2nd Jatropha World Americas is organized by the Centre for Management Technology, whose mission focuses on providing access to the latest technology and business intelligence through high profile alternative energy conferences.

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ICRISAT’s Call to Jatropha Sector: Integrate Jatropha Farming and Poverty Alleviation In World’s Poorest Regions

January 29, 2009 | 2 Comments

What does it mean to be pro-poor in the context of developing jatropha? A term constantly bandied around, it is fast becoming the catch cry of the sector which is implementing planting projects in some of the poorest regions in the world.

This question was explored by Dr. Suhas P Wani, Principal Scientist at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) during the JatrophaWorld Hamburg summit last year in October.

Dr. Wani’s clear-cut analysis of concepts like “pro-poor” and “smart biofuels” gave him an excellent rating from participants at JatrophaWorld Hamburg 2008.

Dr. Wani proposed an “Integrated Genetics Natural Resources Approach”— a holistic livelihood approach where he called on Jatropha project developers to do develop a program that “embraces sustainable agriculture, knowledge sharing with out growers, and addressing issues of social inclusion, equity and gender at the grassroots.”

In his presentation, Dr. Wani complimented Jatropha as a ‘smart biofuel crop’ which had the ability to rehabilitate degraded land, but called on project developers ensure that  Jatropha projects do not threaten food security on the ground.

He also touched on other key issues including:

  • Suitable agronomic practices
  • Development of improved cultivars
  • Water requirement
  • Institutional arrangements for increased productivity

Find out more about how you can pay it forward with your Jatropha project with sustainable agricultural practices, and by involving local communities.

We’re giving free access to the recording of Dr. Wani’s insightful presentation below. Do let us know your feedback by leaving a comment below.

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