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11h15 28.07 1a. tarja myllymaki neste oil (1) (noticias banner)

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    • Feedstock for Renewable Diesel -Sustainability of the Production Chain and its Verification Biodiesel Congress, Beyond B5 27-29 July, 2011 São Paulo, Brazil Tarja Myllymäki Director, Product compliance
    • Contents• Neste Oil and HVO in brief• Palm oil and other feedstock for renewable diesel• Sustainability of the production chain and its verification• Schemes for verifying sustainability Tarja Myllymäki 2
    • Neste Oil in brief• A refinery and marketing company concentrating on delivering fuels for cleaner traffic• Refining of 15 million tons of oil products per year• Listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki exchange (stock symbol NES1V)• Turnover of 11.9 billion euros in 2010• Personnel 5,000• State of Finland as primary owner (50.1% holding) Tarja Myllymäki 3
    • Biofuel legislation in Europe • Renewable energy directive that came into Renewable Energy force in 2010 requires member states to Directive increase the energy content of transport fuels (RED) from renewable raw materials to 10% by 2020. • The use of biofuels should result in a clear Identical reduction of GHG emissions (compared to sustainability fossil fuel) criteria • 35 % savings from 2011 on • 50 % savings from 2017 until 2020 Fuel Quality • 60 % savings from 2018 on within those installations Directive that started production after Jan 1st, 2017) (FQD) • Technical specifications for fuel properties and binding targets to reduce fuels’ greenhouse gas emissions • The GHG emissions of gasoline, diesel and other fuels should be reduced by 6% by 2020 4
    • Neste Oil’s first biofuel is NExBTL renewable diesel,a Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO)NExBTL is a drop-in biofuel, i.e:Same molecular structure as hydrocarbons • Compatible with existing logistics• Compatible with existing distribution systems• Compatible with all engines & vehicle systems without any modificationsWe are selling NExBTL as 10 % blend in Finland, Neste Greed Diesel Tarja Myllymäki 5
    • HVO is fully compatible with fossil diesel Biodiesel HVO Fischer-Tropsch Fossil diesel FAME / RME Vegetable oils & Flexible mix of Biomass Mineral OilFeedstock animal fats Kasviöljyt raw materials Biomassa (mainly & (today: rapeseed oil) vegetable oils & Eläinrasvat animal fats)Technology Esteröinti Esterification Hydrogenation Kaasutus & Gasification & Refining Fischer-Tropsch Fischer- Vetykäsittel y Tropsch Hydrocarbon Ester-based Bio-based Bio-basedEnd product Esteri - biodiesel hydrocarbon hydrocarbon CnH2n biodiesel O CnHn II H3C-O-C-R CnH2n+2 CnH2n+2 CnH2n+2 Tarja Myllymäki 6
    • The Burning DifferenceRegular NExBTLdiesel Photo: Alliance for Synthetic Fuels in Europe Tarja Myllymäki 7
    • NExBTL improves urban air quality vs. Fossil fuel • Based on extensive research NExBTL diesel contributes to a significant reduction in exhaust emissions compared to fossil diesel: • Nitrogen oxide (NOx) 10% lower • Particulates (PM) 28% lower • Carbon monoxide (CO) 28% lower • Hydrocarbons (HC) 50% lower Emissions reduction figures are averages based on numerous field and laboratory tests. 8
    • NExBTL – next generation renewable diesel for all modes of transportBuses - public transport Heavy traffic Reduces Works perfectly tailpipe in trucks and emissions buses Performs Can be used at excellently at extremely cold 100% content temperatures Private cars Aviation Lufthansa started commercial flights 15.7.2011 Tarja Myllymäki 9
    • NExBTL Production sitesLOCATION CAPACITY INVESTMENT COMPLETED1. Finland #1 190 000 tons € 100 million 20072. Finland #2 190 000 tons >€ 100 million 20093. Singapore 800 000 tons € 550 million 20104. Rotterdam 800 000 tons € 670 million 2011 Tarja Myllymäki 10
    • NExBTL Feedstock NExBTL renewable diesel can be produced without blend requirements from a mix of vegetable oils and waste animal fats, sourced via fully sustainable and traceable methods Tarja Myllymäki 11
    • Current raw materials, sourced from fully sustainable and traceable methods Palm oil, stearin, Waste animal fat in Rapeseed oilpalm fatty acid distillate the food industry (PFAD) Tarja Myllymäki 12
    • Raw materials in the near futureSoybean oil Camelina oil Waste oil from the fish Jatropha oil processing industry Tarja Myllymäki 13
    • Long-term options for raw materials Microbial oil Algae oil Biowax produced from forest harvesting waste Tarja Myllymäki 14
    • Raw material development E.g. algae and microbial oils, biomass and waste streams E.g. by-products of oil plants and fish oil Vegetable oils and animal fat today < 5 years 5<x<15 years • Neste Oil is working with over 20 research institutions around the world • Production of NExBTL from microbial and algae oils is already possible in a laboratory setting Tarja Myllymäki 15
    • Neste Oil’s criteria for selecting new rawmaterials• Applicability• Features of sustainable development • Carbon foot print (greenhouse gas emission balance) • Water foot print • Nutrients • Land use • Traceability• Availability for industrial scale production• Economical perspectives Tarja Myllymäki 16
    • Key sustainability criteria for fuel producers contained in the EU Renewable Energy DirectiveLand use Change TraceabilityGreenhouse Gas Balance Sustainability Verification 17
    • EU member states have three ways to verifysustainable production• National approval• EU-approved voluntary system and• Multilateral agreement with the EU• Neste Oil has developed a voluntary scheme to show renewable energy and fuel quality directive compliance. • Will be verified by a third party (is already pre- verified) • Covers the entire supply chain - from procurement through production to distribution • Keeps up Neste Oil’s high operational standards and adds the steps needed to verify regulatory compliance Tarja Myllymäki 18
    • Example: Traceability of Neste Oil’s palm oil supply chain Supplier Neste Oil PALM OIL AUTHORITY REFINERY Neste Oil - Authority •Authority report PFAD RBD stearin NESTE OIL’S PLANTATIONS MILLS HARBOUR REFINERY CUSTOMER Crude Palm Oil (CPO)Plantation - Mill Mill - (Refinery) - Harbour Supplier - Neste Oil Neste Oil - Customer•Approved mills •Summary of plantations of •B/L •Customer specific reports(Appendix of the agreement origin for each barge •Shoretanks measurement (+) •B/Lincluding name of plantation, •Summary of discharging of barges •CoC report (++) •Shoretanks measurement (+)Previous land use, plantation history •History of shore tanks of harbour •Certificate of quantity (+) •CoC report (++)and establishment year) •Certification of quality (+) •Certificate of quantity (+)•Truck loading/discharging (FFB) •Certification of origin/T2L •Certification of quality (+) documents •RSPO certificates •Certification of origin/T2L •Ullage report (+) •RSPO certificates •Ullage report (+) PFAD = Palm Fatty Acid Distillate RBD stearin = Refined Bleached and Deodorized stearin 19
    • Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the entire lifecycle of the productGHG emissions in g CO2 eq/MJFossil diesel 3.3 + 0.8 + 8.6 + 0.17 + 70.93NExBTL palm oil 32.09 + 2.89 + 5 + 0.17 + 0 GHG emissions over the product life cycle GHG emissions reduction Fossil diesel 83.8 NExBTL from palm oil 40.15 52% NExBTL from rapeseed oil 41.01 51% NExBTL from animal fat 18.82 78% Tarja Myllymäki 20
    • First EU sustainability schemes for biofuelsget the go-aheadOn 19 July 2011, the EU Commission has recognised seven voluntary schemes:1. ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification)2. Bonsucro EU3. RTRS EU RED (Round Table on Responsible Soy EU RED)4. RSB EU RED (Roundtable of Sustainable Biofuels EU RED)5. 2BSvs (Biomass Biofuels voluntary scheme)6. RSBA (Abengoa RED Bioenergy Sustainability Assurance)7. Greenergy (Greenergy Brazilian Bioethanol verification programme)This recognition applies directly in 27 EU Member States. Tarja Myllymäki 21
    • EU: Voluntary Schemes approved on July 19th, 2011Name Feedstocks Geographies RemarksInternational Sustainability & All feedstocks All regions Neste Oil Porvoo and Singapore certifiedCarbon Certification (ISCC) Not recognized for Article 17(3)(c) onBonsucro Sugarcane All regions highly biodiverse grassland*Roundtable on Responsible Soy First certificates in 2011, Neste Oil is Soy non-EU(RTRS) memberRoundtable of Sustainable All feedstocks All regions Neste Oil is memberBiofuels (RSB)2BS Verification System Bureau Veritas led project(French system) All feedstocks All regionsAbengoa "RED BioenergySustainability Assurance" All feedstocks All regions(RBSA)Greenergy Brazilian Bioethanol Not recognized for Article 17(3)(c) on Sugarcane Brazilverification program highly biodiverse grassland** this criterion is not yet defined by a Commission Decision Source: Commission Tarja Myllymäki 22
    • Alternative ways to verify RED compliance:Some existing national and voluntary schemes:Scheme Operational status Compliance Notes StatusNeste Oil Has been used by Neste Oil for Under assessment by Expected to bevoluntary several years the European recognised by thescheme Commission end of 2011REDcert Running, several hundreds Approved in Germany rapeseed producersRoundtable on Operational, several hundreds No formal approvals Neste OilSustainable certifications (vol > 3.5 Mtons) Porvoo/S’pore chainsPalm Oil (RSPO) certifiedNTA 8080, Dutch Running, five certification bodies Approved in the Dutch nationalsystem accredited, two certificates Netherlands assessment protocol issued for sustainability schemesCarbio*, biofuel Two certification bodies Approved in Argentinaconsortium in nominated, no data onArgentina certifications Tarja Myllymäki 23
    • Summary• NExBTL renewable diesel is a hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and it is available in commercial scale• There is no blend wall for NExBTL – it can be blended in fossil diesel at any ratio and used even as 100 % - B10, B20 is not a problem!• NExBTL improves urban air quality• Neste Oil uses only fully traceable feedstock• Neste Oil has registered its own voluntary scheme to the EU and expects it to be recognised by the end of this year Tarja Myllymäki 24
    • Sumário• O gasóleo renovável NExBTL é um óleo vegetal tratado com hidrogénio (HVO), um hidrocarboneto que corresponde à composição química do gasóleo convencional• NExBTL já esta disponível comercialmente• NExBTL pode ser utilizado nos motores a gasóleo, a 100 % ou misturado com gasóleo fóssil (0 – 100 %) – B10, B20 não é um problema• NExBTL melhora a qualidade de ar• O esquema voluntario proposto por Neste Oil está sendo analisado pela Comissão Europeia e espera ser reconhecido até final deste ano Tarja Myllymäki 25
    • Thank you! Obrigada! tarja.myllymaki@nesteoil.comTarja Myllymäki 26