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    • The sunliquid®-process:
      CELLULOSIC ETHANOL FROM AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES
      Scaling up Cellulosic Ethanol
      and Reducing Cost
      Dr. Markus Rarbach
      Head ofBiocatalysis
      Central R&D,
      Süd-Chemie AG
    • ®
      Agenda
      • Süd-Chemie company
      • Green strategy
      • -technology anddevelopmentstatus
    • Süd-Chemie: developing future-oriented products for more than 150 years
      1857
      1970
      2010
      1890
      1930
      1857:
      Founding of BAG (now Süd-Chemie AG) in
      Heufeld; founding shareholder: Justus von Liebig
      Fertiliser
      Bleaching earth andbentoniteproducts
      1906:
      Bleaching earth/bentonite
      1962: Start of catalyst business
      Catalysts
      Foundry chemicals
      1970: Production of foundrychemicalsbasedon bentonite
      1996:
      Entry into pharmaceutical protection packaging and water treatment business
      Manufacturer of Cleantech products:
      • Biocatalysts
      • Exhaust gas purification catalysts
      • Lithium ion battery materials
      • CTL/GTL catalysts
    • The greenstrategyof Süd-Chemie
      • Renewable feedstocks are the basis for a bio-based economy
      • Biocatalysis offers sustainable conversion to biofuels and biobased chemicals
      • Süd-Chemie’s technology portfolio adds heterogenous catalysis and purification technology to biorefinerie process solutions
      • Strong focus on lignocellulosesasthemost abundant ressourceglobally
    • Cellulosic Ethanol with strong growth
      Ethanol demand by region (billion gallons)
      North America
      30.0
      Europe
      15.0
      9.9
      China
      7.7
      7.0
      15.0
      4.1
      0.7
      2.2
      2006
      2020
      0.4
      2006
      2020
      2006
      2020
      Brazil
      Sugar cane
      ROW
      16.0
      10.0
      Corn
      1.0
      4.0
      4.3
      9.0
      Other oil/sugar/starch crops
      12.0
      0.8
      1.0
      0.2
      Cellulosic
      2006
      2020
      2006
      2020
      Almost half the growth will come from cellulosics
      Note: Mandated demand split by technology according to either mandate or available information on raw material capacity plans for wave 1
      Source: RFA; Unica (Brazil); European Commission; FO Licht; Press; McKinsey analysis
    • Lignocellulosicfeedstock potential for Brazil – canebagasse
      • Assesment done with Brazilian partner on energy optimization potential in cane ethanol production
      • use of energy neutral sunliquid® process
      • leaves are left on the field, additional opportunity
      Sources: 1: BiomassAvailability & Price, LMC; 2: USDA Gainreport BR1007, Fuel value EtOH : gasoline = 0.65
    • ®
      The way to competitive cellulosic ethanol
      • Integrated process package including on-site enzyme production
      • Feedstock and process specific enzyme solutions
      • C6 and C5 fermentation plattform
      • Energy saving ethanol separation
    • ®
      Challenges for Cellulosic Ethanol Production
      - process solutions
      High processyields
      Low operatingcosts
      Low investmentcosts
      Sustainableprocess
      All sugars to ethanol
      Feedstock specific reaction conditions
      Feedstock optimized enzymes
      Integrated enzyme production
      No external energy required
      Proven (bio)chemical process technology
      All scalable to production scale
      No Food-or-Feed issue
      Ethanol is nearly Carbon neutral
      Process is energy self sufficient
    • Development Status: Süd-ChemieAG invests in Demonstration Plant
      Demonstration plant
      1 kt/a
      Production
      50...150 kt/a
      Pilot plant
      1 t/a
      In operation02/2009
      Construction completein 2011
      Partneringongoing
    • ®
      Sustainablecellulosicethanol
      • Integrated Process works flexible for different renewable feedstocks
      • High processyield, extendsproduction potential by 50%
      • Energy neutral: no additional fossil energy needed
      • Nearly carbon neutral: GHG reductions of about 95% compared to fossil fuels
      • Productioncostsbecomecompetitiveto 1stgenerationbioethanol
      • Domestic fuel production: More independence from fossil fuels
      • Creation of green jobs and income for the agricultural industry
      • No “Food for Fuel” competition and no additional land use
      The technology is mature and ready for commercialization.