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  • Paulo dinz amyris atualizar link biodiesels

    1. 1. The Future of the <br />Biofuel Industry: <br />Lessons Learned<br />World Biofuels Markets – Brazil<br />September 28, 2011<br />
    2. 2. We are Amyris<br />No Compromise®Renewable Fuels and Specialty Chemicals for a sustainable world<br />
    3. 3. Summary<br />A Disruptive Platform for the Renewable Chemicals and Fuels Industry<br />RENEWABLE CHEMICALS AND FUELS<br />Any Feedstock<br />INDUSTRIAL SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY PLATFORM<br />CUSTOMERS<br />PRODUCerS<br />Partners<br />
    4. 4. Lessons Learned … <br />?<br />… or Key Success Factors for a New Biofuel<br />
    5. 5. 1. Feedstock Availability and SustainabilitySugarcane in Brazil has large expansion potential in area & productivity <br />Pasture<br />Sugar Cane<br />Crops<br />Zoning law<br />Zoning law <br />Sugarcane occupies 2.5% of Brazil’s arable land<br />64,7 Million Hectares for Sugarcane<br />8x<br />… plus productivity improvement and better use of sugarcane leaves, topsand bagasse<br />1 Hectare = 2.5 acres<br />(100m x 100m)<br />5<br />Sources: UNICA, NIPE-Unicamp, IBGE, CTC, CanaSat, see<br />
    6. 6. 2. Proven Land Use EfficiencyAmyris Diesel and other common alternatives in Brazil<br />Soybean Biodiesel<br />900 <->1000 km<br />468 Liters/year<br />Ethanol with<br />Ignition improver<br />5.100 <-> 6800 km<br />6.460 Liters/year<br />Amyris Diesel<br />7600<->9500 km<br />4.180 liters/year<br />Source: UNICAMP, Embrapa, Amyris, SPTRANS, Mercedes-Benz, NOTE: Amyris Diesel figures consider technology at target productivityand yields.<br />
    7. 7. 3. Enabling TechnologyFrom sugars to hydrocarbons!<br />Amyris modifies microorganisms <br />to enable production of 1,000s <br />of Target Molecules<br />Artemisinic Acid<br />SUGAR SOURCE <br />Anti-Malarial Drug<br />Sugar Syrup<br />p450<br />YEAST CELL<br />CPR<br />Isoprenoid Pathway<br />ADS<br />Diesel & Chemical Precursor<br />FarneseneSynthase<br />X<br />GPPS<br />Farnesene<br />PS<br />IS<br />Jet / Gasoline Precursors<br />Isoprene<br />Ethanol<br />
    8. 8. 4. Proven Scale-Up CapabilityU.S. and Brazilian sites working in sync <br />Random<br />Mutagenesis<br />Strain<br />Engineering<br />Lab<br />2 Liters<br />Pilot Plant<br />300 Liters<br />Scale-Up<br />Fermentation<br />Screening<br />Rational Strain<br />Design<br />Deconvolution<br />Pilot Plant <br />300 L<br />Demo Plant <br />5000 L<br />Production <br />200 - 600K L<br />Lab <br />2L scale<br />Analytics<br />Knowledge<br />Management<br />Successful Commercialization takes years of preparation!<br />
    9. 9. 5. Fuel with Drop-In PropertiesAmyris diesel: a pure hydrocarbon (C15H32)<br />No Sulfur<br />No Compromise®= No changes required on Custom Behavior, Engine, Vehicle, Storage, Distribution System, etc.<br />
    10. 10. 6. Proven Technical Benefits Performance Comparison: Amyris & other diesel fuel <br />Petroleum<br />Measured in 1000 x BTU/Gal<br />NOx increase<br />S50<br />Sources: NREL, Neste, MWM <br />
    11. 11. 7. Proven Environmental Benefits (Local) Reduction on main toxic tailpipe gases <br />Note: Fossil diesel as reference. Different engines tested according to different legislations for emissions<br />
    12. 12. 7. Proven Environmental Benefits (Global)Reduction of GHG emissions <br />Amyris Diesel shows a reduction in GHG’s…<br />>90% reduction<br />Computed by LCA using CARB methodology<br />
    13. 13. 8. Tested Results by Key Industry PlayersAmyris: expediting validation through Industry Partnerships<br />Engine Testing<br />Validating Amyris Diesel through fuel system, engine and vehicle manufacturer tests <br />Brazil<br />Fleet Testing<br />Confirming Amyris Diesel fuel quality and durability through robust road demonstration<br />Brazil<br />Registration & Approvals<br />Achieving market entry by securing government registration and approvals<br />
    14. 14. 9. Market Proximity to Feedstock Fuel consumption by metropolitan buses in Brazil <br />Legend<br />100<br />(Recife)<br />100<br />(Brasília)<br />100<br />(Curitiba)<br />100<br />(Belo Horizonte)<br />50<br />(Porto Alegre)<br />100<br />(Salvador)<br />Rain forest and wet lands<br />400<br />(São Paulo)<br />Sugar Cane plantations<br />50<br />(Manaus)<br />Potential for sugar cane<br />50<br />(Fortaleza)<br />Oil refineries<br />Diesel demand ( million liters)<br />liters per year ( x1000 m³)<br />300<br />(Rio de Janeiro)<br />50<br />(Guarulhos)<br />50<br />(Belém)<br />50<br />(São Luís)<br />50<br />(Goiânia)<br />50<br />(Campinas)<br />50<br />(Natal)<br />50<br />(Cuiaba)<br />Source: edata from IBGE, Embrapa, Unicamp, e ANP. <br />
    15. 15. Summaryof Lessons Learned … <br />Feedstock cost, availability and sustainability<br />Proven land use efficiency<br />Enabling technology available<br />Proven scale-up capability<br />Fuel with “drop-in” properties<br />Proven technical benefits <br />Proven environmental benefits (local and global)<br />Tested results by key industry players <br />Market proximity to feedstock <br />… or Key Success Factors for a new Biofuel ? <br />
    16. 16. Thank You !!!<br />