Lars Peter Lindfors 26.3.2014: NEXBTL - Resurssiviisas Diesel

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Neste Oilin Teknologiajohtajan Lars Peter Lindforsin esitys NEXBTL - Resurssiviisas Diesel Teolliset Symbioosit Foorumissa Neste Oilin Porvoon jalostamolla 26.3.2014.

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Lars Peter Lindfors 26.3.2014: NEXBTL - Resurssiviisas Diesel

  1. 1. NExBTL - resurssiviisas diesel Teolliset Symbioosit Foorumi, 26.3.2014 Lars Peter Lindfors, Teknologiajohtaja, Neste Oil
  2. 2. Case NExBTL: Why, what and how Making Neste Oil the world’s leading supplier of renewable diesel Since 2008, the renewable business (Cleantech) has grown from 0 in earnings and revenue to 273 m€ in earnings and 2,5 bn € in revenue in 2013. The concept of NExBTL is based on industrial symbiosis and recovering by-products or waste of other companies
  3. 3. 3 To combat climate change and reduce emissions To reduce society’s dependency on crude oil and imports To safeguard energy security The drivers for biofuels
  4. 4. 12 13 20 5 5 8 5 5 6 4 4 5 0 10 20 30 40 50 2014 2015 2020 Asia-Pacific Latin America North America Europe +8% p.a Bio/renewable diesel demand, million tons 26 27 39 4 Source: Neste Oil estimates The growth estimate
  5. 5. 5 6% 3.5% >5% 5.8% 4.8% 6.3% 7.8% 4.1% 5% • Biofuel target of 10% for 2020 firmly in place • Differences between countries • With growing mandates, higher quality biofuels are needed EU biofuel mandates
  6. 6. 6 To be the preferred partner for cleaner traffic fuel solutions Our vision
  7. 7. • Offering reliability and satisfaction for end consumers • Providing a simple solution for fuel producers and distributors • Experiencing cooperation pull from automotive industry • Achieving societal acceptance 7 Key elements of the value proposition
  8. 8. Being innovative drives our leadership position 8 Creating unique technological innovations Expanding raw material base Several new products since 2008 1,000 professionals in R&D and engineering Co-operation with large number of leading universities, institutes and companies
  9. 9. City-gasoline: lead-free, with MTBE as an important component 1980 Lead-free Futura 95E, replacing 92-octane gasoline Cleaner products along the way Futura Citydiesel: end of sales for the low-aromatic and nearly sulfur-free gasoline 1990 Sulfur-free gasolines and diesel fuels 2000 NExBTL renewable aviation fuel 2010 Neste Alfa lubricants Futura brand: gasoline that keeps engines clean City Futura, with an oxygen-containing MTBE component synthetic PAO VHVI base oils New Futura: less sulfur than ever before New Futura gasoline market launch Neste Green diesel NExBTL diesel from renewable materials Neste Green 100 diesel Neste Pro Diesel 9
  10. 10. 1994 2001 1996 2002First project to develop the use of biofeedstocks in refining First patent application No basis as yet for commercial use 2003 2005 2007 R&D relaunched following start of work on the EU’s biofuel directive Development of the technology kicked off by Neste Oil’s R&D and Neste Jacobs Process modeling completed Basic design of a NExBTL unit commenced First investment decision to build a NExBTL plant First plant commissioned at Porvoo Second plant under construction Decision to build a 800,000 t/a plant in Singapore Decision to build a 800,000 t/a plant in Rotterdam 2008 2009 Second plant commissioned at Porvoo Innovation:The 1st phase of the NExBTL revolution
  11. 11. NExBTL is fully compatible with fossil diesel Biodiesel (FAME / RME) Fossil diesel NExBTL (HVO) Fischer-Tropsch Feedstock Vegetable oils & animal fats (mainly rapeseed oil) Mineral Oil Flexible mix of raw materials (vegetable oils & waste fats) Biomass Technology Esterification Refining Hydrogenation Gasification & Fischer-Tropsch End product Ester-based, conventional bio- diesel Hydrocarbon (gasoline, jet fuel, diesel) Bio-based hydrocarbon (renewable gasoline, jet fuel, diesel) Bio-based hydrocarbon (renewable gasoline, jet fuel, diesel) Chemical composition O II H3C-O-C-R CnH2n+2 + aromatics CnH2n CnHn CnH2n+2 CnH2n+2 11 FAME = Fatty Acid Methyl Ester RME = Rapeseed Methyl Ester HVO = Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil
  12. 12. NExBTL (HVO); drop-in fuels with superior quality NExBTL (HVO) Hydrocarbon • No blending restrictions • All emissions reduced • No "use by" -date • Energy content 44 MJ/kg • Compatible with existing vehicles and distribution FAME biodiesel Fatty acid methyl ester • Maximum blend of 7 % (B7) • Energy content 37-38 MJ/kg • Long-term storage problematic 12
  13. 13. 13 Becoming the world’s largest renewable diesel producer, with 2 million t/a of NExBTL renewable fuel capacity has required; • ~ 1,5 billion € in investments • entering into a regulatory driven business • prioritization and focusing Risk taking –thinking big!
  14. 14. 0 200 000 400 000 600 000 800 000 1 000 000 1 200 000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 kt Ability to focus; use of waste & residual feedstock
  15. 15. Sustainability ensuring access to markets and customers 15 • Meeting strict sustainability criteria of EU and US biofuel regulations • Sustainability management throughout the supply chain • Renewable feedstock traced back to their origin • 100% certified palm oil Member since 2007/08
  16. 16. 16 NExBTL sales by region 2013 44% 56% 0 500 1 000 1 500 2 000 2011 2012 2013 ktons NExBTL sales volume Global majors Specialized companies Regional retail and wholesale companies Ability to focus; Customer portfolio has grown to 50 customers globally
  17. 17. Main reasons for the success: 1. Innovation 2. Risk taking 3. Hard work and right competencies
  18. 18. We aim for continuous development and improvement – flexibility is the key word 18 Productivity growth Product value maximization Feedstock flexibility
  19. 19. Expanding existing capacity to 2.3 Mton/a and driving down production costs 19 Target 2015 • Expand capacity by 15% with minor investments • Ensure long maintenance shutdown intervals of over 3 years 2.3 Mton /year $200 /ton Capacity 2 Mton /year $220 /ton Production costs* Current *at full capacity utilization
  20. 20. NEXBTL product family – 100% bio-based NEXBTL renewable diesel NEXBTL renewable aviation fuel NEXBTL renewable naphtha and propane NEXBTL renewable isoalkane 20
  21. 21. Thank you. Lars Peter Lindfors, SVP Technology lars-peter.lindfors@nesteoil.com

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