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FuBio Seminar 27.8.2013

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    "View of forest based bioeconomy" "View of forest based bioeconomy" Presentation Transcript

    • View on the Forest based Bio-economy A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ON BIOBASED INDUSTRIES Annita Westenbroek - Helsinki – 27 August 2013
    • Circular Biobased Solutions The role of the forest-based sector in the Biobased Economy
    • Bio-based economy in a few words “Food, feed, fuel, materials and products, all made from biomass and waste.”
    • The Biobased economy today • A reality TODAY in paper • …but cross-sectoral in its INFANCY • … with the POTENTIAL to tackle socio- economic and environmental challenges. • To UNLOCK this potential: • Bring all actors / sectors together to build the biobased “sector” • Invest in R&D and deployment and make sure we do so in a sustainable manner • Create a favourable and conducive policy environment
    • 55 Forest-based value chain - today forest pulp paper products Netherlands 3,000 kton Europe 60,000 kton Global 370,000 kton > Global bio plastics production > Global plastics AND textile production Biobased since centuries…
    • 66 Forest-based value chain - tomorrow forest paper products pulp chemicals composites
    • 77 Circular forest-based value chain NL: 90% EU: 70% World: 50%
    • 88 Horticulture Agriculture Forestry The circular biobased value chain tomorrow
    • 99 Fuels Chemicals Materials The circular biobased value chain tomorrow
    • 1010 Future role and position in the BBE +… Producing the products of today…
    • 1111 Future role and position in the BBE New products and functionalities by innovative raw materials & chemicals from agriculture Producing the products of today… +
    • 1212 Future role and position in the BBE Supplier of biobased building blocks New products and functionalities by innovative raw materials & chemicals from agriculture and horticulture Producing the products of today… +
    • 1313 Future role and position in the BBE New products and markets, by combinations with other biobased materials New products and functionalities by innovative raw materials & chemicals from agriculture and horticulture Producing the products of today… + Supplier of biobased building blocks
    • CEPI 2050 Roadmap
    • The roadmap
    • 16 • Re-invent paper! paper and board are by far the biggest non-food biobased material • Use the innovations! Research on biomass, and especially lignocellulose conversion exploded… Use the innovations to get more value out of the forest based raw materials 11-9-2013 16 THE BBE OPPORTUNITIES
    • 17 • Biobased value chains are transboundary • Access to international knowledge, technologies and markets • Increase deployment • Substantial R&D- projects required • Secure the competitive position of the forest based industries 11-9-2013 17 COOPERATE INTERNATIONALLY !
    • 18 • Utilization / valorisation of side streams & by- products • New biobased additives & functionalities functional paper, smart packaging, … • New products & markets bio-chemicals, plastics, fuels, materials • Changing the primary process! 11-9-2013 18 WHAT FOCUS?
    • KONINKLIJKE VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE PAPIER- EN KARTONFABRIEKEN TRANSITION IN WASTE VALORISATION 11-9-2013 19 Cost reduction How to reduce costs for side streams?
    • KONINKLIJKE VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE PAPIER- EN KARTONFABRIEKEN TRANSITION IN WASTE VALORISATION 11-9-2013 20 Value creation How to reduce costs for side streams? How to get the highest value from side-streams!
    • KONINKLIJKE VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE PAPIER- EN KARTONFABRIEKEN TRANSITION IN WASTE VALORISATION 11-9-2013 21 Biomass valorisation How to reduce costs for side streams? How to get the highest value from my raw materials!
    • KONINKLIJKE VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE PAPIER- EN KARTONFABRIEKEN • Energy: Incineration, gasification, digestion • Internal re-use • Reuse within the sector • Use by other sectors (chemicals, fuels) • Conversion to more valuable products • Isolation of value added components (inks, fatty acids, enzymes, resins, …) • Adaptation of process to produce higher added value side streams • Adaptation of process to produce more than 1 main product 11-9-2013 22 EVOLUTION IN WASTE VALORISATION €
    • 2323 Realising the biobased economy potential in Europe A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ON BIOBASED INDUSTRIES
    • About the PPP • A Public-Private Partnership (PPP) between the Biobased Industries and the EU • A joint commitment of €3.8 billion over 2014-2020 o €1 billion (EU) o €2.8 billion (Biobased Industries) • Multi-annual funding programmes for biobased projects • Enabling rural development and re-industrialisation in Europe
    • The sectors Stage 1 - Reinforce innovation and extend current infrastructure across the economy
    • The BRIDGES Stage 2 - Build and strengthen value chains across industry sectors
    • The community Stage 3 - Realise a connected biobased economy from field to end consumer
    • What the PPP is about • Fostering a sustainable biomass supply and building new value chains Feedstock • Optimising efficient processing through R&D and upscaling in large-scale demo/flagship biorefineries Biorefineries • Developing markets for biobased products and optimising policy frameworks Markets, products and policies
    • Value Chains in the BBI PPP • Value Chain 1: From lignocellulosic feedstock to advanced biofuels, biobased chemicals and biomaterials: realising the feedstock and technology base for the next generation of fuels, chemicals and materials • Value Chain 2: The next generation forest-based value chains: utilisation of the full potential of forestry biomass by improved mobilisation and realisation of new added value products and markets • Value Chain 3: The next generation agro-based value chains: realising the highest sustainability and added value by improved agricultural production, and new added value products and markets • Value Chain 4: Emergence of new value chains from (organic) waste: from waste problems to economic opportunities by realising sustainable technologies to convert waste into valuable products • Value Chain 5: The integrated energy, pulp and chemicals biorefineries: realising sustainable bio-energy production, by backwards integration with biorefinery operations isolating higher added value components
    • 3030 Value Chain 1 • Jet / aviation fuels • Road transport fuels (ethanol, diesel) • Terpenes • Fatty alcohols • Aromatic compounds • Ethylene • Carboxylic acid & polyols From lignocellulosic feedstock to advanced biofuels, biobased chemicals and biomaterials
    • 3131 Value Chain 2 • Forest management: yield increase • New pulping technologies • Valorisation of rejects and side streams • New materials and fibres from cellulose • Fibre polymer composites • Innovative advanced biobased packaging and coating solutions (combi with Value Chain 3) Next generation forest-based value chains
    • 3232 Value Chain 5 • Separation and valorisation of lignin from pulping process side streams • Production of energy sources by innovative gasification technology The integrated enery, pulp and chemicals biorefineries
    • KONINKLIJKE VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE PAPIER- EN KARTONFABRIEKEN ENABLING THE BIOBASED ECONOMY 11-9-2013 33 PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY
    • www.bridge2020.eu annita.westenbroek@bridge2020.eu Join us!