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CRI Excerpt from American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturer’s Panel Discussion
CRI Excerpt from American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturer’s Panel Discussion
CRI Excerpt from American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturer’s Panel Discussion
CRI Excerpt from American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturer’s Panel Discussion
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  • Title: Techno-economic Analysis of the Integrated Hydropyrolysis andHydroconversion Process for the Production of Gasoline and Diesel Fuels fromBiomassAuthor: Eric C. D. TanPlatform: Analysis ReportDate: May 23, 2011
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    • 1. 2012 AFPM Annual MeetingMarch 1310:30 am – 12:00 pm
    • 2. Describe: • Types of technology pathways under development; • Biomass feedstock choices; • Development timeline for each technology type; and • Interface with petroleum refining industryAM-12-32 Page 2 2012 Annual Meeting
    • 3. Dr. Alan Del PaggioVice President – Upstream & RenewablesCRI Catalyst CompanyHouston, Texas
    • 4. IH2 Process Differentiators Green CO2Key DifferentiatorsFeedstock Flexible Light Gases 3) Renewable H2 Wood/ForestStand Alone (or Synergistic) Operation Residue Hi Press SteamAttractive economics HDO’d Liquid Low capex (low P, low TAN, simple) Low opex Agri Residues Distilled Hydrocarbon Products Gasoline, JetExothermic and /or Diesel 2) Bubbling Fluidized Bed 4) Fixed Bed RangeHydrocarbon product Garbage (MSW) Proprietary Catalyst Hydrotreater Hydrocarbon Renewable H2 Proprietary Catalyst Fuels / Blend High energy density (i.e. 18 kBTU/lb) 340-470C Renewable H2 Hot Water Stocks Yields 67-157 gal/ton MAF* <500psig <500psig Energy Crops Replaces ‘whole barrel’ gas/jet/diesel Low TAN N/S stream O below detection limit for Fertilizer Algae Fungible 1st Stage 2nd StageSelf-sufficient internal “green” H2 Char (burn) >90% GHG reduction** 1) Feed Conditioning Sizing , Drying & Feeding Eases logistical constraints (H2)Integrates existing technologies Rapid implementation * Moisture & Ash Free basis ** IH2 technology LCA Analyses conducted by Prof. David Shonnard, et al Michigan Technical University; feed stock dependentAM-12-32 Page 4 2012 Annual Meeting
    • 5. Installed Equipment Costs $112.6mln Operating Costs Total $1.60/gal* Wood $71.97/dry ton 4.7 Feed 29.6 Other Op Costs: 17.7 5.9 1st Stage HP/ 2nd Catalyst, Disposal, etc. 36.6 Fixed Cost Stage HC Fractionation 17.3 6.8 91.31 Depreciation HMU 2.14 Avg Income Tax Utilities & Avg ROI 44.0 7.8 Contingency @ 35% *Includes $0.093/gal coproduct credit Total Capital Investment $232.8mln • 2000mt/d wood (delivered to 1st stage at 10% moisture) Installed Equipment • Land acquisition & development costs included Costs • Equipment cost - HMU is largest @ $44mln ~40% TIC Land/Develop 102.7 112.6 • Total Capital ~Double Installed Equipment Permits & S/U • Feed Stock ~55% of Operating Cost • Minimum Fuel Selling Price – 1.60$/gal (2007 USD) Standard Project Add- Ins** 11.7 • Refinery Synergy w/Refinery H2 Supply 5.7 • Reduces Capital Cost ~44.0MM$ ** Prorated Expense (10%), H O & Construction (20%), Field Expense (10%), Working Capital (10%) , Project Contingency • Estimated MSP $1.36/gal (2007 USD) (30%) Title: Techno-economic Analysis of the Integrated Hydropyrolysis and Hydroconversion • NREL Economics validated by Global Engineering & Construction Process for the Production of Gasoline and Diesel Fuels from Biomass Company Author: Eric C. D. Tan Platform: Analysis Report Date: May 23, 2011AM-12-32 Page 5 2012 Annual Meeting
    • 6. • Bench Scale - Since 2009 @ 0.5-kg/hr • Pilot Scale - February S/U, continuous @ 50-kg/d • Pre Commercial Scale - Basic Engineering 5t/d demo(s) • Commercial Scale - Target availability 1/1/14 begin Engineering • Significant interest from Asia • US Refiners looking to partnerAM-12-32 Page 6 2012 Annual Meeting

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