Programme
 
 
 

Topic: INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
08:30 - 10:00
Session code: IBV.1 Analysis of industrial approaches to biomass conversion
Session Description

This session presents examples of implementation of biorefineries, and an industrial approach to thermochemical conversion of biomass.



Chairpersons:


David BAXTER , Former European Commission, Joint Research Centre, UNITED KINGDOM





Björn FREDRIKSSON MÖLLER , E.ON Gasification Development, SWEDEN





PRESENTERS
Gian Claudio FAUSSONE
Inser Energia, ITALY

Developing a Biomass Gasification for Power Project in Italy: Lessons Learnt

Session reference: IBV.1.2
Dagmar HONSBEIN
iDeal-x integrated scientific services, NAMIBIA

New Mobile, Slow Pyrolysis Technology Developed in Namibia Brings about Process Improvement, Optimisation and Efficient Biomass Conversion in the Charcoal Industry

Session reference: IBV.1.4
Tosin ONABANJO SOMORIN
Cranfield University, Energy & Power, UNITED KINGDOM

Thermal Behaviour and Kinetic Analysis of Faecal Biomass and Blends

Session reference: IBV.1.5
Besmir BURANAJ HOXHA
Petro Fluids LLC, none, USA

Waste-To-Fuel Technology in Albania - How to Implement a Renewable Energy System in Europe’s Largest Onshore Oilfield

Session reference: IBV.1.6
Christoph SCHMIDL
Bioenergy 2020+, Biomass Combustion Dpt., AUSTRIA

Micro-Scale Chp Technologies - State of the Art

Session reference: IBV.1.7
Kalle NUORTIMO
Sumitomo SHI FW, FINLAND

CFB Technology Advantages in Solid Biomass Fuel Firing

Session reference: IBV.1.8
Jörg LEICHER
Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V., Industrial Combustion Technology, GERMANY

Combustion System for Gaseous and Liquid Biofuels with Low Pollutant Emissions

Session reference: IBV.1.9
Jens Dall BENTZEN
Dall Energy, R&D, DENMARK

The Dall Energy Biomass Furnace

Session reference: IBV.1.10
Timothy GRIFFIN
University of Applied Sciences, Northwestern Switzerland, Institute of Biomass and Resource Efficiency, SWITZERLAND

Combustion of Horse Manure Pellets: Performance and Emissions

Session reference: IBV.1.11
Ioana IONEL
Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA

Energy Recovery from Pig Farm and Slaughter House Organic Wates

Session reference: IBV.1.14
René NOWKA
Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH, GERMANY

The Role of Oxygen Concentration Analysis in the Production of Biofuels

Session reference: IBV.1.15
Dhairya MEHTA
Shell Technology Centre Bangalore, Novel Catalytic Materials, INDIA

Conversion of Mixed Organic Residue Feedstocks to Drop-In Hydrocarbon Fuels via the IH2® Technology - Process Development Trajectory

Session reference: IBV.1.20
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: 19
13:30 - 15:00
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: IBO.8 Policies for biobased products and energy
Session Description

The session discusses different biomass value chains in a broad context, in particular case studies from specific feedstock to a broad range of biorefinery applications including biogas, pellets, biofuels, aviation fuels. The session will give an insight in the trends and evolution from bioenergy to biorefinery installations.



Chairpersons:


Nathalie DEVRIENDT , In den Roden Schilt Consulting, Separation and Conversion Technology Unit, BELGIUM





Sari MANNONEN , UPM Biofuels, FINLAND





PRESENTERS
Matteo PRUSSI
JRC-Ispra, Unit C.4, ITALY

Alternative Aviation Fuels: Assessment of Supply Potential in the Eu

Session reference: IBO.8.1
Bengt- Erik LOFGREN
Swedish Pellet Association, SWEDEN

Bioenergy’s Additional Values

Session reference: IBO.8.2
Jens BORN
Jahr, Chemical Technology, GERMANY

The Future Role of Biogas Energy in an Integrated Renewable Energy Dominated Energy System

Session reference: IBO.8.3
Anton FAGERSTRÖM
Energiforsk, Transport and fuels, SWEDEN

Biofuels for Sweden 2030

Session reference: IBO.8.4
Gerfried JUNGMEIER
Joanneum Research Centre, Research Centre for Climate, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA

The AGRANA Starch Biorefinery Coproducing Highly Sustainable Bioethanol, Food, Feed and Chemicals for the Bioeconomy

Session reference: IBO.8.5
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: 19
15:15 - 16:45
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: IBO.12 On the way to industrial biorefineries
Session Description

This session deals with challenges for biorefineries and to convert biomass to biofuels and biochemicals and presents possible commercial opportunities for innovative biobased products and systems.



Chairpersons:


Géraldine KUTAS , UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, Senior Advisor for International Affairs, BRAZIL





George PHILIPPIDIS , University of South Florida, Patel College of Global Sustainability, USA





PRESENTERS
Ville VAUHKONEN
UPM, Biofuels, FINLAND

Crude Tall Oil-Based Renewable Diesel Reduces CO2 and Tailpipe Emissions Significantly

Session reference: IBO.12.1
Paolo CORVO
Clariant, Biofuels & Derivatives, GERMANY

Bringing Cellulosic Ethanol to Scale

Session reference: IBO.12.2
Barry HEDLEY
Nova Pangaea Technologies Limited, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge University, UNITED KINGDOM

The Development and Commercialisation Of Nova Pangaea Technologies’ Refnova Process for the Continuous Fractionation of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Sugars and Chemical Precursors

Session reference: IBO.12.3
Anton ROBEK
Bio Refinery Development BV, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioforever

Session reference: IBO.12.4
Eric SINGSAAS
University of Minnesota, Natural Resources Research Institute, USA

Bio-Plastics From Lignin is a Key Enabler of a Biorefinery Implementation

Session reference: IBO.12.5
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: 19
17:00 - 18:30
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: IBO.16 Operating conditions and emissions in small to large scale biomass combustion
Session Description

This session is devoted to experimental investigations on operation conditions and emissions from biomass combustion in small scale stoves and large scale boilers.



Chairpersons:


David BAXTER , Former European Commission, Joint Research Centre, UNITED KINGDOM





Thomas NUSSBAUMER , Verenum Research and Lucerne University of Applied Sciences, SWITZERLAND





PRESENTERS
Christoph SCHMIDL
Bioenergy 2020+, Biomass Combustion Dpt., AUSTRIA

Test Methods for Firewood Stoves - A Technical Review

Session reference: IBO.16.1
Luigi POLONINI
University of Brescia, Mechanical engineering Dpt., ITALY

Experimental Study of PM Emissions from Wood Pellet Stoves with Innovative Burning Pots

Session reference: IBO.16.2
Henrik HOFGREN
Babcock & Wilcon Vølund A/S, DENMARK

Experimental Investigation on How NOx Formation Depends on Boiler Load in a Large Utility Bubbling Fluidized-Bed Boiler

Session reference: IBO.16.3
Jonathan MORRIS
University of Sheffield, Energy 2050, UNITED KINGDOM

The Effects of Operational Conditions on Agglomeration in a Fluidized Bed Combustor Using Biomass

Session reference: IBO.16.4
Panagiotis DROSATOS
Institute for Solid Fuels Technology & Applications, GREECE

Numerical Parametric Investigation of a Flexible Lignite-Fired Boiler Operating with Pre-Dried Lignite or Biomass as Supporting Fuel

Session reference: IBO.16.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
08:30 - 10:00
Session code: ICV.1 Experiences and environmental impact of biomass implementation
Session Description

Alongside the large markets, biomass finds application in special segments, which are presented here. From strategies to risk assessments, a biomass value chain needs to tackle it all to be successful. Examples include LCA, ecosystem services, environmental impacts analysis and socio-economic aspects of biomass value chains.



Chairpersons:


Lorenzo DI LUCIA , Imperial College, Centre for environmental policy, UNITED KINGDOM





Nathalie DEVRIENDT , In den Roden Schilt Consulting, Separation and Conversion Technology Unit, BELGIUM





PRESENTERS
Emmanouil KARAMPINIS
Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute, GREECE

"Mediterranean" Solid Biofuels from Agro-Industrial Residues in Greece: Market Status and Prospectives for the Domestic Heating Sector

Session reference: ICV.1.1
Dagnija LAZDINA
LSFRI Silava, Forest regeneration and establishment, LATVIA

New Salix Dasyclados and Populus X Woobsti Clones Selected in Latvia for Multi Functional Use

Session reference: ICV.1.4
Peter RAUCH
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AUSTRIA

Finding Robust Strategies to Overcome Biomass Supply Risks

Session reference: ICV.1.7
Jean-Michel LAVOIE
Université de Sherbrooke, Chemical Engineering Dpt., CANADA

Is Bio-Fossil Fuel a Thing?

Session reference: ICV.1.9
Andreas KIESEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops, GERMANY

Development of a Sustainable European Bioeconomy - The Contribution of the Bbi Demonstration Project Grace

Session reference: ICV.1.10
Yangsheng LU
International Starch Institute, DENMARK

Denmark Bioethanol Project Plan Analysis of Three Different Raw Materials

Session reference: ICV.1.11
Seyednezamaddin AZIZADDINI
DTU, Chemical Engineering, DENMARK

A Small-scale ESP for Reduction of Particulate Matter emissions from Residential Wood Stoves

Session reference: ICV.1.13
Jurjen SPEKREIJSE
BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS

The Environmental Impact of Bioenergy for Residential Heating: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Renewable Heating with Pyrolysis Oil from Five Different Biomass Feedstocks

Session reference: ICV.1.14
Daniela DRESSLER
Technology and Support Centre in the Centre of Excellence for Renewable Resources, Liquid Biofules, Biolubricants and Process Materials, GERMANY

GHG-Emissions of Rapeseed Oil Fuel - Impact of Specific Data and Balance Methods

Session reference: ICV.1.15
Klaus LENZ
Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY

Application of Herbaceous Biomass Obtained from Landscape Management for Generation of Biogas Energy

Session reference: ICV.1.17
Klaus LENZ
Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY

Business Opportunities in Subcontracting of Landscape Management Activities

Session reference: ICV.1.18
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: 19
13:30 - 15:00
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: ICO.8 An industrial approach to thermochemical biomass conversion
Session Description

This session focuses on analysis and developments of thermochemical conversion processes and systems for biomass through an industrial and commercial approach.



Chairpersons:


Björn FREDRIKSSON MÖLLER , E.ON Gasification Development, SWEDEN





Vann BUSH , Gas Technology Institute, Energy Conversion, USA





PRESENTERS
Johanna KIHLMAN
VTT, FINLAND

Compact Gasification and Synthesis process for Transport Fuels

Session reference: ICO.8.1
Jens Dall BENTZEN
Dall Energy, R&D, DENMARK

The Dall Energy Biomass Gasifier

Session reference: ICO.8.2
Carmine CAPUTO
Istituto Motori - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, ITALY

Numerical Analysis of a Combined Heat and Power Generation Technology from Residual Biomasses

Session reference: ICO.8.3
Kevin FRIEDRICH
PYREG GmbH, GERMANY

Autarkic Conversion of Woody Biomass to Biochar via PYREG Technology

Session reference: ICO.8.4
Andrea SALIMBENI
INGELIA SL, SPAIN

Evaluation of Utilising Ingelia Hydrochar Produced from Organic Residues for Blast Furnaces Injection - Comparison with Anthracite and Bituminous Coal

Session reference: ICO.8.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: 19
15:15 - 16:45
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: ICO.12 Mobilizing biomass: removal, trade and impact
Session Description

The presentations concern resource mobilisation, new development in agricultural waste removal, trade models and market impacts.



Chairpersons:


Gustav MELIN , Managing Director, Svebio, SWEDEN





Krystian BUTLEWSKI , Institute of Technology and Life Sciences, Biomass Processing Technologies Dpt., POLAND





PRESENTERS
Emmanouil KARAMPINIS
Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute, GREECE

Bringing Agro-Biomass to Reality: Keys for New Sustainable Value Chains Based on Agricultural Pruning and Plantation Removal Biomass

Session reference: ICO.12.1
Klaus LENZ
Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY

A Biomass Trade Logistic Centre for Biomass from Landscape Management - A Case Study in the Trasimeno Region (Italy)

Session reference: ICO.12.2
Udo MANTAU
INFRO, GERMANY

Utilization of Wood Resources in Biomass Heat and Power Plants in the Context of Market Developments

Session reference: ICO.12.3
Maria Magdalena ESTEVEZ
Aquateam COWI, NORWAY

Maximizing Utilization of Western Norway’s Waste Resources - Addition of Aquaculture Waste into the Anaerobic Digestion of Municipal Sewage Sludge

Session reference: ICO.12.4
Knud TYBIRK
Samsø Biogas, DENMARK

Innovative Double Loop Biogas Digestate Handling

Session reference: ICO.12.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: 19
17:00 - 18:30
INDUSTRY SESSIONS
Session code: ICO.16 Mobilizing biomass: quantities and quality assessment in practice
Session Description

The presentations concern new developments in modelling and practical application of measuring quantities and qualities of biomass for energy and materials.



Chairpersons:


Remigijus LAPINSKAS , World Bioenergy Association, President, SWEDEN





Jean-Michel LAVOIE , Université de Sherbrooke, Chemical Engineering Dpt., CANADA





PRESENTERS
Edgaras LINKEVICIUS
Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Faculty of Forestry and Ecology, LITHUANIA

Can Biomass Yield Models Developed in East Germany Produce Reliable Estimations for Commercial Willow Plantations in Lithuania?

Session reference: ICO.16.1
Martin BRAUN
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Marketing & Innovation, AUSTRIA

Assessing the Potential of Forest Harvest Residues and Post-Consumer Wood for Material and Energy Use in Austria

Session reference: ICO.16.2
Carla NATI
National Research Council, Ivalsa, ITALY

Remote Sensing Systems for Estimating Wood Energy from Chestnut Orchards

Session reference: ICO.16.3
Anne Mette FREY
Danish Technological Institute, Biomass and combustion technology, DENMARK

Reducing Uncertainty on Water Content in Wood Chips by New Measurements Methods

Session reference: ICO.16.4
Henning HORN
Treteknisk, NORWAY

New Biomass Sampling Methodology for Optimizing the Combustion Process and Ensuring Stable Bioash Quality

Session reference: ICO.16.5

Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.