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Conference presentation Port of Rotterdam:

Conference presentation Port of Rotterdam:
Port integration & Biofuels
21 November 2012 at Biofuels International Conference in Antwerp.

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    Port of Rotterdam: Port integration & biofuels Port of Rotterdam: Port integration & biofuels Presentation Transcript

    • Port integration & BiofuelsBiofuels International, November 21-22 2012Ronald BackersFrans Jan Hellenthal © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 1
    • Our presentation Energy Port Fuels Hub Bio-energy Biofuels Biobased Industry Chemical Cluster Bio-chemicals4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2 2
    • Port integration, the science Facilitating role Initiating role Flexibility in operations Co-ordinating role Multimodel Interconnectivity of transportation locations Orchestrating role Co-operation within Communication and Intensifying landuse ports and between information ports Dedicated biobased areas in the port Source: Report Policy and subsidies “Port integration in the Biofuel Supply Universities Chain” by Leonie Stevens, 2012 Value Developing Acting as Facilitating Creating added a bio knowledge flows new flows activities cluster center Expanding role of ports in the biobased industry © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 3
    • Energy Port Fuels Hub Bio-energy Biofuels Biobased Industry Chemical Cluster Bio-chemicals4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 4 4
    • Rotterdam Energy PortAmbitions:• Extending the hub position for cargo flows of coal, LNG and biomass• Invest in energy production ROTTERDAM• Transition to the ‘Sustainable powerhouse of Northwest Europe’ ROTTERDAM4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 5 5
    • Rotterdam Energy PortBiomass opportunities• Currently 800,000 tons throughput• E-On & GdF Suez: potentially 30% biomass co-firing• APX-ENDEX trade exchange and price index based CIF Rotterdam• New cargo flows from USA, Canada and Brazil• Creating a hub position BIOMASSA4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 6
    • Energy Port Fuels Hub Bio-energy Biofuels Biobased Industry Chemical Cluster Bio-chemicals4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 7 7
    • Rotterdam Fuels HubWorldscale hub for crude, oil products andbiofuels• Production: 5 refineries, 6 biofuels plants• Storage: refinery and commercial storage > 30 mln mᶟ• Trade: optionality • choice of facilities and services, combined with • high level of performance• Price benchmark for oil products and biofuels HIGH VOLUME PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND TRADE OF FUELS © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 8
    • Throughput of Oil Products has grown 90Growth together with international trade 80• Floating storage in 2009/2010 70 Rotterdam Antwerp• Almost half of flows in 60 Amsterdam Rotterdam is intra-European Le Havre• Growing imports of fuel oil from 50 Wilhelmshaven Russia Zeeland Seaports 40 Hamburg• Growing imports of diesel and Dunkirk jet fuel from USA and Middle 30 Zeebrugge East Bremen 20 Ghent 10 0 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 9
    • Other Liquid Bulk troubled by economic crisis3 types of cargo• Chemicals, appr. 65%• Vegetable oils, appr. 20%• Biofuels, appr. 15% © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 10
    • Ethanol followed the general mood on biofuels Throughput ethanol per year (metric ton)Incoming 3.000.000• First USA and in 2012 France took 1999 over from Brazil as most important 2000 supplier 2.500.000 2001• 50/50 split of intra & extra- 2002 European cargoes 2.000.000 2003 2004• 2012 (Q1-Q3) decreasing again 1.500.000 2005Outgoing 2006• 50% to UK & Sweden 2007 1.000.000• In 2011 25,000 ton to Brazil 2008• 2012 (Q1-Q3) almost even 500.000 2009 2010 2011 0 Loading Discharging Total © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 11
    • Biodiesel is increasing Throughput biodiesel per year (metric tons)Incoming 1999 3.000.000• 2008 was the B99 peak 2000• 15/85 split of intra & extra- 2001 2.500.000 European cargoes 2002• Appr. 1/3 Asia, 1/3 Argentina 2003 2.000.000• 2012 (Q1-Q3) increasing 30% 2004 2005Outgoing 1.500.000 2006• UK most important destination 2007 1.000.000• 2012 almost 20% to Spain 2008 2009 500.000 2010 2011 0 Loading Discharging Total © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 12
    • Energy Port Fuels Hub Bio-energy Biofuels Biobased Industry Chemical Cluster Bio-chemicals4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 13 13
    • Investing in biobased chemicals: regionsA growing market• Global capacity petrochemicals: 300-350 mt Rotterdam: appr. 20 mt• Global capacity biochemicals: 2011: 3.8 mt (1,5%) 2016 outlook: 9.2 mt (3,6%)Source: Lux Research, Facts & FiguresRotterdam Markets where feedstocks & policies are favourable © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 14
    • Strategic development of chemical cluster PET-cluster: PUR-cluster: PVC cluster: Aromatics Olefins Indorama LyondellBasell Shin-Etsu ExxonMobil Shell Huntsman AkzoNobelClustering & IntegrationPromoting energy efficiency EStimulating innovations & R&D Steam and heat CO2 infrastructureDeveloping a biobased cluster Plant One pilotplant A worldscale integrated chemical & biobased production cluster © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 15
    • BioPort RotterdamAgri- and biomass terminalsADM, EBS, EMO, Marcor, RBT, ZHDTankstorage for chemicals,biofuels, vegetable oils 1Caldic, Vopak, Rubis, Odfjell, LBC, Koole, 1 1 1Standic 2 2 3 3 2Biomass co-firing 1E.On, GDF-Suez, AVR 2Biofuels production 8 5Neste Oil, Abengoa, Biopetrol 4 4 4 5Biobased production plant 3 2 3 6 7 3 4 4 5IOI, ADM, Lyondell, Cargill, Wilmar, 6Unimills 9 6New opportunities for biobasedindustry PRODUCTION & LOGISTICS4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 16 16
    • Sugar based biochemicalsUsing sugars from cereals, Biobased Biofuels Jetfuelssugarbeet, cane Cereals: corn, Ethanol grain, wheatDeveloping partnershipswith all links in the chain Dropin Chemicals: (Iso) butanol 40+ chemicalConnecting new Sugarbeet companies in PoR Glucose / Sugarstechnologies with existing fructosechemical industry New(Green: in PoR area, Grey: Biomass: Biobased woodpellets /not yet practised in Chemicals woodchips /Rotterdam) waste SUGAR BASED BIOCHEMICALS4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 17 17
    • Vegoil based biochemicalsUsing oils from soy,rape, palm Palmoil, Biofuels Rapeseed,Developing partnerships Soybeans Methylesterswith all links in the chainConnecting new Oleo- Animal fats chemicalstechnologies with UCO Vegoils Glycerineexisting chemicalindustry Biobased(Green: in PoR area, Algea oils ChemicalsGrey: not yet practised inRotterdam) VEGOIL BASED BIOCHEMICALS4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 18 18
    • Developing a Biobased Cluster• Biobased Cluster Maasvlakte dedicated to biobased chemical industry• Ca. 80 hectares• Available from 2013• Waterfront with deep water• Integration & Clustering with existing industries• Connected to road / rail / pipeline infrastructure BIOBASED INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER MAASVLAKTE 24-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 19 19
    • Biobased Cluster MaasvlakteBiochemicals production:• Biorefinery Terminals• Platform molecules• Bioplastics• Advanced biofuelsMulti user utility center:• Steam / power Utilities• Industrial gasses• Waste water treatment Biochemicals © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 20
    • Biobased Cluster Maasvlakte Terminals• Conceptual development• With partners• Open non-exclusive process Biobased Feed- Utilities chemicals stocks• Creating critical mass• From 2013: market consultation for biobased chemicals Waste streams Biobased Cluster Maasvlakte © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 21
    • Energy Port Fuels Hub Bio-energy Biofuels Biobased Industry Chemical Cluster Bio-chemicals4-1-2013 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 20122012 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 22 22
    • What’s your perspective on... port integration in the biobased industry? Thank you for your attention © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 23
    • Contact details Ronald Backers Business Developer Liquid Bulk T: 31 10 252 1615 E: R.Backers@portofrotterdam.com @ronaldbackers Frans Jan Hellenthal Business Developer Chemicals & Biobased Industry T: 31 10 252 1624 E: FJT.Hellenthal@portofrotterdam.com © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 24