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BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
BASF Research Press Conference 2013: Chemistry powers energy
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Presentation on innovation and renewable energy from Andreas Kreimeyer, Reseach Executive Director, BASF SE, at the BASF Research Press Conference 2013. More at: …

Presentation on innovation and renewable energy from Andreas Kreimeyer, Reseach Executive Director, BASF SE, at the BASF Research Press Conference 2013. More at: http://www.basf.com/group/research/index

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  • 1. Chemistry powers energyRenewable generation, safe storage,efficient transport and useBASF Research Press Conference on May 7, 2013
  • 2. Chemistry powers energyRenewable power generation, safe storage,efficient transport and useDr. Andreas KreimeyerMember of the Board of Executive Directors and Research Executive Director, BASF SELudwigshafenBASF Research Press Conference on May 7, 20132
  • 3. Today’s agenda11:00 a.m. Dr. Andreas KreimeyerMember of the Board of Executive Directors and Research Executive Director, BASF SE, LudwigshafenChemistry powers energy12:00 noon Prof. Dr. Robert SchlöglDirector for Inorganic Chemistry Fritz Haber Institute, Max Planck Society, BerlinChemistry enables sustainable energyca. 1:00 p.m. Lunch Break – Exhibitionca. 4:15 p.m. End of the Conference2:00 p.m.Dr. Ulrich MüllerExecutive Expert for Zeolites and MOFs, BASF SE, LudwigshafenMetal-organic frameworks store natural gas more efficientlyDr. Carla SeidelHead of Innovative Business Unit Energy, BASF New Business GmbH, LudwigshafenElectrical power management ensures efficient grids and applications2:30 p.m. Dr. Holger RuckdäschelHead of Systems Research Wind Energy, BASF SE, LudwigshafenMulti-material systems enhance efficiency of wind energy plants3:00 p.m.Dr. Peter ErkHead of Research OPV Systems, BASF SE, LudwigshafenInnovative solutions expand potential of photovoltaics3:30 p.m.3
  • 4. 2012: R&D expenditures €1.7 billion, launch of ~250 new products, leadingPatent Asset IndexTM, further increase of R&D expenditures planned in 2013.Growth and technology fields have been continuously developed.Chemistry – a key enabling technology contributing to eco-efficient energy conversion,transportation, storage and use.Globalization of our R&D activities took a major step in 2012.Implementation of “We create chemistry” strategy on track4
  • 5. Innovation at BASFR&D 2012 at a glanceResearch for the future: with our innovative productsand processes, we provide sustainable solutionsfor global challenges. Expenditures for R&D circa €1.7 billion Around 10,500 employees worldwideinvolved in research and development Around 3,000 research projects 1,170 new patents registered in 2012 Global Know-How Verbund with 600 excellentpartners from universities, industry, high-techjoint-ventures and start-up companies1 Chemicals 10%2 Performance Products 20%3 Functional Materials & Solutions 20%4 Agricultural Solutions 25%5 Oil & Gas 2%6 Corporate Research, Others 23%123564Circa€1.7billion5
  • 6.  BASF entered the list of theworld’s 50 most innovativecompanies together withApple, Google and BMW. Key features accordingto the BCG study: Deep understanding of customers Quick reaction to market conditions R&D engagement of top management Effective and cross-functionalproject designBASF is the most innovative companyin the chemical industry Measures strength of a company’s patentportfolio in global markets Takes into account relevance of patents(normalized number of citations) Factors in market size covered by individualinventions (expressed by Gross National Income)Patent Asset IndexTMBoston Consulting Group100%71% 66% 63%34%BASF Du Pont DowChemicalBayer SumitomoChemical6
  • 7. Omega-3-Fatty AcidsPlantaquat® NCNeopor® PlusKeropur®Priaxor® Fungicide aqua® Ecovio® F MulchMasterseal® 6100 FXNew BASF products 2012RELEST® Wind RepKit Cupur® T7
  • 8. 2012: R&D expenditures €1.7 billion, launch of ~250 new products,leading Patent Asset IndexTM, further increase of R&D expenditures planned in 2013.Growth and technology fields have been continuously developed.Chemistry – a key enabling technology contributing to eco-efficient energyconversion, transportation, storage and use.Globalization of our R&D activities took a major step in 2012.Implementation of “We create chemistry” strategy on track8
  • 9. R&D globalization took a major step in 2012 Research center for white biotechnologyand microbiology, Tarrytown, New York Research laboratory for thermoplasticpolyurethanes, Wyandotte, Michigan Headquarters BASF Plant Science moved to ResearchTriangle Park (RTP), North Carolina Carbon Materials Innovation Center, Ludwigshafen, Germany Innovation Campus Asia Pacific, Shanghai, China Research center for battery materials, Amagasaki, Japan R&D center for mining, Perth, Australia R&D center for electronic materials, KoreaBy 2020, BASF plans to conduct 50 percent of its R&D outside of Europe to gain local accessto customers, talents and innovation centers.BASF R&D sites opened in 2012/2013New R&D activities worldwideExisting important R&D sitesWyandotteTarrytownBasel LudwigshafenGuaratinguetáDemarchiMumbaiShanghaiPerth9
  • 10. BASF interdisciplinary know-how VerbundHighlights 2012 from our cooperation networkWorking with the best partners in science and industryNORA: Harvard, MIT, Amherst BasCat BerlinInnovative in micro- andnanostructured polymersExpandable thermoplasticpolyurethane in running shoesadidas Energy BoostTMJoint research activitieson catalysis10
  • 11. 2012: R&D expenditures €1.7 billion, launch of ~250 new products,leading Patent Asset IndexTM, further increase of R&D expenditures planned in 2013.Growth and technology fields have been continuously developed.Chemistry – a key enabling technology contributing to eco-efficient energyconversion, transportation, storage and use.Globalization of our R&D activities took a major step in 2012.Implementation of “We create chemistry” strategy on track11
  • 12. Growth and technology fieldsChemistry enables solutions*including growth fields still under evaluationResources, environment & climate Food & nutrition Quality of lifeChemistry as enablerHealth &NutritionConsumerGoodsConstructionTransportation ElectronicsEnergy &ResourcesAgricultureE-PowerManagementWater SolutionsWind EnergyHeatmanagementEnzymesPlantBiotechnologyBatteriesfor mobilityLightweightcompositesFunctionalCrop CareMedicalSolutionsOrganicElectronicsRaw Material ChangeMaterials Systems & NanotechnologyWhite BiotechnologyCustomerIndustriesGrowthFields*TechnologyFields12
  • 13. 2012: R&D expenditures €1.7 billion, launch of ~250 new products,leading Patent Asset IndexTM, further increase of R&D expenditures planned in 2013.Growth and technology fields have been continuously developed.Chemistry – a key enabling technology contributingto eco-efficient energy conversion, transportation, storage and use.Globalization of our R&D activities took a major step in 2012.Implementation of “We create chemistry” strategy on track13
  • 14. 0246810121416181990 2010 20300246810121416181990 2010 2030Global energy mix today and in the futureBy region By fuelNuclearHydroelectricityRenewables*By primary useTransportOtherIndustrySource: BP 2013 – Energy Outlook 2030, * Includes biofuelsEnergy mix for power generationOilGasCoalRenewablesHydroelectricity[Billion toe] [Billion toe] [Billion toe] [Thousand TWh]Energy demandPowergeneration05101520253035401990 2000 2010 2020 2030NuclearCoalGasOil0246810121416181990 2010 2030Non-OECDOECD14
  • 15. Targets of German energy turnaround Reshaping of the energy landscape inGermany Exit from nuclear power generation until 2022 Increase of percentage share of powergeneration from renewables:16% 17% 20% 23%*35%50%65%80%2009 2010 2011 2012 2020 2030 2040 2050Minimum renewables targetsin the energy conceptof the German governmentElectricityproduction 2012* preliminary datarenewables26%lignite 26%nuclearenergy 16%hard coal19%natural gas11%mineral oil2%wind 7%biomass 6%photovoltaics 5%others 5%hydroelectric 3%photovoltaics 7%hydroelectric 3%renewables42%lignite25%nuclearenergy 0%hard coal21%natural gas10%mineral oil2%Electricityproduction 2023wind 18%biomass 9%others 5%15
  • 16. Key success factors – German energy turnaroundTechnical challenges Increase of efficiency levels of renewable energy sources Grid extension: Optimization of the existing grid in the range of 4,400 km Construction of new grids in the range of 2,100 km Development of efficient and feasible storage technologies Continuation and strengthening of efficient and effectiveuse of energy, e.g. insulation, lighting16
  • 17. Renewable power generationChemistry as enablerExisting BASF solutionsfor the wind industry Epoxy systems and adhesives,coatings, structural foams for blades(e.g. Baxxodur®, Relest®, Kerdyn®) Grouts and admixtures, coatingsfor tower and base (e.g. MasterFlow®) Hydraulic fluids and gear lubricantsfor nacelleExisting BASF solutionsfor the solar industry Ultramid®/Ultradur® as mountingbrackets for installation of panels Plastic additives (Uvinul®, Irganox®) Colofast polyurethane casting system Solutions foretching, texturizing, doping andcleaning solar cells,e.g. Seluris® Clean Metallization inks and pastes,e.g. Cyposol®Next generation of photovoltaics Development of absorber materialsbased on dyes/pigments and holeconducting materials New PV modules can bethin, light, semi-transparent, coloredand flexible Cost-competitive to Si-basedphotovoltaics modules17
  • 18. Safe power storageChemistry as enablerBattery materials for electric mobilityDevelopment of materials and functionalcomponents to make Li-ion batteries capableto store more energy, make them longer lasting andmore cost efficientMetal Organic Frameworks(MOF) as gas storage materialsHighly crystalline structures with nanometer-sized pores to store natural gas or othergases (hydrogen and CO2).Electrochemical large-scale batteriesResearch on materials and system design forlarge-scale batteriesPower to gasUse of excess electricity generated from windsources or solar PV to produce hydrogenor methaneConcentrated solar power plants Major global supplier of sodium nitrate Research on developing new heat storagesystems and heat transfer fluids18
  • 19. Efficient power transport – example: superconductorsChemistry as enablerSuperconductors Materials characterized by the fact that their electrical resistancedrops to zero below a critical temperaturePotential fields of application Electricity transport and transformation with minimal electricaland thermal losses Substitution of permanent magnets in generators (e.g. wind turbines)Advantages High current density electrical transport through medium voltagecables with minimal electrical and thermal losses Increase of grid capacity by exchange of medium voltage cablesin existing underground shafts with minimal additional costsnitrogenreturndielectricnitrogeninletHTSphase 1HTSphase 2HTSphase 3neutralconductorcable cryostatHTS = High Temperature Superconductor19
  • 20. Efficient use of energyChemistry as enablerMagnetocalorics –Solid State CoolingMagnetocaloric material heats up whenintroduced in a magnetic field and coolsdown when removed.Organic Light Emitting Diodes –New Lighting and Display SolutionsLighting and display applicationssignificantly expand energy efficiencies.Lightweight CompositesSignificant weight reduction byreplacement of metal in automotiveapplications by fiber-reinforcedpolymer compositesInnovative Insulation MaterialsPolyurethane systems and thermo-plastic foams ensure increaseof energy efficiency in constructionand automotive applications.Around €7.2 billion sales with climate protection products (9% of sales of BASF Group)20

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