20120314 mabagas company presentation biogas contracting

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20120314 mabagas company presentation biogas contracting

  1. 1. Mabagas -Biogas Contracting - Using Waste as a Resource Christina Groddeck | March 2012
  2. 2. Agenda  About Mabagas  Mabagas Business Areas  Example: Waste Biogas Plant in IndiaMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 2
  3. 3. aboutMabagas about Mabagas
  4. 4. Marquard & Bahls: a Strong GroupProduktentwicklungMabagas CNG | 2012| 2011 Seite | 4 page
  5. 5. Marquard and Bahls  Stock based company  Family owned since more than 60 years  Based in Hamburg  Business areas mineral oil trade oil storage airline fuelling (fossil) gas trade and logistics renewable energies  Turnover 2010 12,6 bn Euro  EbitDA 105,2 m Euro  Employees worldwide 4,076Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 5
  6. 6. M & B Locations Worldwide Marquard & Bahls Mabanaft Oiltanking Skytanking MabagasMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 6
  7. 7. Mabagas History  December 2008 formation of Mabagas GmbH & Co. KG in Bochum  Mai-Dec 2009 construction and start of operation of a 2 MW biogas plant in Lünen, Germany  February 2010 sale of Mabagas share of the biogas plant in Lünen  March 2010 formation of IOT Mabagas Ltd. in Mumbai, India  June 2010 move of the company to Hamburg  June 2011 start of construction of a 2.4 MW biogas plant in South-India  Sept 2011 start of planning waste-based CNG in the German marketMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 8
  8. 8. Business Modell & Business Areas  Production of biogas  by energetic and material use of waste  in own biogas plants  national and international Sale of Biogas Biogas contracting/ as Fuel/ CNG Project Development Trade of Biogas to Third PartiesMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 9
  9. 9. Mabagas as CNG Biogas as CNG
  10. 10. Mabagas CNG  Business modell  Delivery and sales of Mabagas as CNG  In Germany  status  Construction of CNG-pumps at 10 fuel stations of OIL !  from 2013  Sale of Mabagas at further fuel stations of different brands  realisation of international projectsMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 14
  11. 11. CNG at OIL ! Fuel Stations  Upahl  Norderstedt  Schenefeld  Stade  Lehrte  Minden  Mühlberg  Fulda  Frankfurt  TroisdorfMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 15
  12. 12. Mabagas Biogas Biogas Trade
  13. 13. Mabagas Trade  Business model  delivery and sale of Mabagas to third parties e.g. public service companies and national gas trading companies  e.g. for electricity and heat generation  in GermanyMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 17
  14. 14. Mabagas BiogasContracting and Project Development
  15. 15. Biogas Contracting and Project Development  Business model  Single source disposal & energy production  Investment, project management, construction and operation of plants  For clients with large amounts of organic waste  As contracting model  With clients‘ waste  National and international  Status  Project development for clients with large amounts of organic waste (> 1 MW el)Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 19
  16. 16. Mabagas BiogasContracting Example Puduchatram, India
  17. 17. Project History  Existing M & B affiliate IOT in Mumbai (EPC)  local contacts to agricultural industry  Existing amounts of waste  dried chicken waste, sago water, press mud  up to 110,000 t/ p.a.  Project objectives  Sensible use of waste  Reduction of odor emissions  Generation of electricity  Production of fertilizer  Trade of CO2 certificates  Start of operation: September 2012Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 21
  18. 18. Puduchatram, Tamil Nadu, IndiaMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 22
  19. 19. Project Facts  Engine power 2.4 MWel  Biogas amount 52.0 m kWh biogas p.a.  Plant type single-step wet fermentation  Procedure mesophilic digestion, fully automated operation (PLC)  Digester type 2 x 3,200 m³; 2 x 4,800 m³  Sourcing from India (IOT): steel digester from Europe: gas membrane, main pumps, stirrers, gas blower, CHP, separators, scraper floor  Capacity up to 110,000 t p.a.  Additional facilities separation, digest drying processMabagas CNG | 2012 and fertiliser page | 23
  20. 20. Location December 2011Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 24
  21. 21. Location March 2012Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 25
  22. 22. Digester 3 4 2 1Mabagas CNG | 2012 page | 26
  23. 23. Welding of base platesMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 27
  24. 24. Digester ShellMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 28
  25. 25. Sago water tankMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 29
  26. 26. Digester shellMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 30
  27. 27. Dry Analytic RoomMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 31
  28. 28. Criteria for Partnerships  Large amounts of waste (> 1 MW el)  private companies, municipalities  Alternatives  Biogas contracting: energy back to partner  Feeding biomethane or electricity in the grid  Sale as CNG  North/ West European countries and other M & B countries worldwideMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 32
  29. 29. Contact details  Christina Groddeck  Phone: 0049 40 37 004 814  Mobile: 0049 151 14 55 97 80  E-Mail: christina.groddeck@mabagas.deMabagas CNG | 2012 page | 33
  30. 30. Thankyou… …for your attention!

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