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Italia - Presentación Energías Renovables

  1. 1. Alfredo Langesfeld Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber May/June 2011 Renewable Energies & Food Why to Invest in Argentina
  2. 2. Founded in 2006 as non-profit trade association. CADER has as members representatives of all the industries related to Alternative/Renewable Energies such as: wind, solar, hydro, biofuels, biomass, refineries, feedstocks, etc.   Today the Chamber also interacts with many sister institutions worldwide, pushing for further development of the renewable energies industry in Argentina and abroad. 2 The Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber / CADER
  3. 3. International increasing Clean Energies & Food demand. Argentina has experienced an important growth in biofuels & food production. Feedstocks: no supply problems Investment: Billions of us$ New infraestructures allowed production increase for export and domestic market supply. 3 KEY FAVORABLE FACTORS
  4. 4. Global Total New Investment in Clean Energy Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance 4
  5. 5. New Investment by Geography CAGR: Compound Annual Growth Rate 5 Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  6. 6. The world needs 120 million more Has. and/or increase Production per Ha.(FAO) Argentina could triple Agricultural Production (at present Argentina Exports for 400 million people/year). 6
  7. 7. Argentine Golds Green Gold:Green Gold: Lands & AgricultureLands & Agriculture Mineral Gold:Mineral Gold: MineralsMinerals Cristal gold:Cristal gold: WaterWater Black gold: FossilBlack gold: Fossil OilOil 7
  8. 8. 8 ARGENTINA IN NUMBERS 2.780.400 km area 3.761.264 km (total surface including Malvinas & Antartic) Argentina surface: equal to the total surface of 12 countries: Spain (504K), Portugal (91K), France (547K), Italy (301K), Belgium (30K), Netherlands (41K), United Kingdom (245K), Sweden (450K) , Norway (324K), Austria (83K), Denmark (43K) and Hungary (93K) and there would still be place. 10.000 km boundaries 5.000 km coastline Population: only 40.000.000
  9. 9. BIODIESEL - Argentina Production increase (2007/2011) 9 Source: CADER / Bloomberg Rank 2007 2008 2009 2010 (estimated) 1 Germany Germany Germany Germany 2 France France France France 3 Italy Brazil Brazil Brazil 4 USA USA USA Argentina 5 Brazil Argentina Argentina USA 6 Austria Italy Spain 7 Argentina Malysia Italy 8 Portugal Belgium Malaysia 9 Spain Poland Belgium 10 Malaysia Portugal Poland
  10. 10. Argentine Biodiesel Installed Capacity *3.000.000 tons 2011* Production capacity expected to be 5 millions by 2015. Investments as of 2011/12: $ 1.5 billion* *estimated 10
  11. 11. BIODIESEL EXPORTS & DOMESTIC MARKET 11 Years Installed Capacity m/t Exports Domestic m/t 2011* 3.000.000 Exp: 2.000.000* D: 700/900.000* 2010 2.000.000 Exp: 1.400.000 D: 500.000 2009 1.500.000 Ex: 1.150.000 2008 1.200.000 Ex: 725.000 2007 180.000 Ex: 170.000 Exports: 95% EU - 5% others *estimated
  12. 12. Prices May 2011 12 FOB Rosario/Santa Fe Prices (Indicative) Biodiesel SME B100 us$ 1.300/Tons Crude Glycerine us$ 300 Refined Glycerine us$ 600 Complies with US ASTM D6571 - EU EN 14214
  13. 13. Legal Frame  Law (2006) stipulates Liquid Fuels must be blended at 7% (2010).  Biodiesel & Ethanol production increasing yearly.  National Biodiesel quota distributed among 19 of the 23 manufacturing plants  85% large oil producers  B5 January 2010/July 2010  B7 from August 2010  Production may reach 5 million Tons or more in 2015 We are doing it! 13
  14. 14. Sustainable & Efficient Agriculture  70% surface planted by direct seeding  Last generation industrial technology.  Mechanization among the highest in the world.  Average distance from farms to ports: 5/300 km (much less than Brazil - USA).  Only 5% of the crop is used for biodiesel, the remaining 95% is used as food ! 14
  15. 15. Recommendation  It is essential EU-EC changes its vision for crops such as soybeans as biofuels are a by- product.  Soybean produces high quality protein.  It is EU and our responsibility to work with real data applicable to the situation of each country. 15
  16. 16. 16Source: Centro Regional de Energía Eólica / C.R.E.E. WIND PLANTS INSTALLED (approx. 17 MW)
  17. 17. Future Wind projects (900/1000 MW) 17Source: Centro Regional de Energía Eólica / C.R.E.E.
  18. 18.   Federal project: 1 MW source: PERMER Electric power provision for rural homes/schools Financing: World Bank /Provincial Governments. SOLAR Energy PERMER - Renewable Energies Rural Electrification 18
  19. 19. 1st. Solar Park ULLUM in San Juan •Connected to National Grid •40.000 homes •Starting 1.2 MW •Financed by the province of San Juan & Spain 19Source: Joseluisgioja.wordpress.com
  20. 20. Hydroelectric Plants Location Power / MW Yacireta Argentina/Paraguay 3100 Salto Grande Argentina/Uruguay 1890 Piedra del Aguila Neuquen 1400 Chocon Neuquen 1200 Alicura Neuquen 1000 Rio Grande Cordoba 750 Futaleufu Chubut 448 Pichi Picun Leifu Neuquen 261 Diamante Mendoza 150 Nihuil I Mendoza 72 Ameghino Chubut 47 Rio Hondo Santiago del Estero 18 Cadillal Tucuman 12 New Project Barrancosa Condor Santa Cruz 1700 HYDROPOWER 20
  21. 21. PERSPECTIVES Present/Future demand of biofuels in the EU is supplied partially by imports since EU’s own production does not cover demand. Feedstocks (Grains/Oils/Cane) give to LATAM‘s biofuels industry a cost/benefit advantage. Argentine Mandatory quota may increase from B7 to B10 in 2012 & B15 2012/13 Agro-machinery can use blend B50(France approved B30 in 2010 for cars). Electrical supply of energy originated in Wind, Hydraulic, Biofuels, Biogas, Nuclear, is also a major issue in the next coming years. 21
  22. 22. INVESTMENTS OPPORTUNITIES in ARGENTINA Incentives Export-oriented environmentally friendly projects. Early reimbursement of Sales Tax for capital goods Exemption from Import Duties for capital goods, complete production lines, new equipments. Provincial and Regional fiscal incentives under promotional schemes sponsored by various provincial governments. Business support infrastructure, Free Trade Zones. Subject to Legal Advise for yr. business development. 22
  23. 23. Contacts in Argentina Institutions working for the FUTURE of Clean Energies:  Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber (CADER): www.cader.org.ar  Argentine Chamber of Biofuels (CARBIO): www.carbio.com.ar  Argentine Biofuels and Hydrogen Association (AABH): claudiomolina@fibertel.com.ar  Argentine Association of Eolic Energy (AAEE): www.argentinaeolica.org.ar  National Institute of Agriculture Technology (INTA): www.inta.gov.ar  Argentine Exporters Chamber: www.exportar.org.ar plus dozens of private companies 23
  24. 24. Opportunities & Investments in L.A. GEA Biodiesel S.A.: Biodiesel & Glycerine in International Markets. GEA Consulting Corp.: Commodities (feedstocks/food/alternative energies) Financing, Mergers & Acquisitions in Latin America. Representation of BERNARDINI/Italy: Refineries & Technology for Oils, Fats, Biodiesel, Glycerine, Oleochemical Industries. Contact Alfredo Langesfeld: flang@geabiodiesel.com flang@geaconsultingcorp.com 24
  25. 25. THANK YOU! Alfredo Langesfeld The Argentine RenewableThe Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber(CADER)Energies Chamber(CADER) Viamonte 524, Suite 1010 C1053ABL Buenos Aires Argentina Tel/fax + 5411.4515.0517 info@cader.org.ar www.argentinarenovables.org 25

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