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  1. 1. The future of thebiofuels industry<br />Poul Ruben Andersen<br />Vice President – Bioenergy<br />
  2. 2. Novozymes in brief<br />World leader in industrial enzymes & microorganisms and market leader in all major industries<br />Total sales of €1.3 billion ~ $1.7 bn in 2010<br />EBIT margin of 21.8% in 2010<br />14% of revenue invested in R&D<br />43 new products launched during the last five years<br />New products represented around 25% of total sales<br />More than 5000 people globally<br />Distribution of Novozymes’ business<br />Revenue 2010 ~ $1.7 billion<br />Enzymes for industrial use<br />Market size ~ $3.5 billion<br />Source: <br />Novozymes’ estimates<br />
  3. 3. NOVOZYMES PRESENTATION<br />3<br />30/09/2011<br />Global coverage with strong emerging market presence<br />Global Map<br />Edit: Change the position of the bullets in the map to match other presentation content.<br />Pie<br />Edit: This chart uses the standard Novozymes settings and is a basic PowerPoint chart. Pie coloursare set with a gradient in effects.<br />Sales Offices<br />Production<br />Research<br />guide<br />Turnover by region<br />
  4. 4. Novozymes in Brazil<br />Regional headquarter for Latin-America in Curitiba, Brazil <br />Enzyme Production<br />Research & Development<br />Sales & Marketing<br />Customer Service<br />Administration<br />
  5. 5. Novozymes in bioenergy<br />BIOETHANOL<br /><ul><li> Largest supplier globally in enzymes for existing bioethanol
  6. 6. More than 60% market share in this field
  7. 7. 19% of total Novozymes sales in 2010
  8. 8. Continuously provide the enzymes giving the highest ethanol yields at the lowest total ethanol production cost and provide second-to-none customer support in their plants
  9. 9. Leading the way in developing enzymes for next generation, cellulosic bioethanol
  10. 10. First commercial enzymes launched in 2010</li></ul>BIODIESEL AND BIOGAS<br /><ul><li> Exploring how biotechnology (enzymes and microorganisms) can be applied</li></li></ul><li>NOVOZYMES PRESENTATION<br />9/30/2011<br />6<br />Process technology overview<br />Logis-tics <br />Distri-bution<br />Pre-treatment<br />Hydro-lysis<br />Fermen-tation <br />Enzymes<br />Cellulosicbiomass<br />Ethanol<br />Enzymes play a crucial role in cellulosic ethanol production<br />
  12. 12. NOVOZYMES ENZYMES POTENTIAL TO REDUCE THE DOSE REQUIRED <br />About CTC:<br /><ul><li>The largest technology center for sugarcane in Brazil
  13. 13. Process development pilot plant running for more than 1 year
  14. 14. Focus on sugarcane bagasse</li></ul>4X reduction in the enzyme usage in two years<br />Initial enzyme (CTEC 1)<br />Process Improvement with CTEC 2<br />CTEC 2<br />8<br />
  15. 15. CELLULOSIC ETHANOL TECHNOLOGY IS REACHING COMMERCIALIZATION<br /><ul><li>Production costs for cellulosic ethanol are becoming competitive with gasoline and starch/sugar based ethanol</li></ul>Total production cost for ethanol produced from bagasse approaching 1.20 BRL/liter (Novozymes cost modeling)<br />
  16. 16. Cellulosic ethanol production can be built to commercial scale in a few years<br />Roadmap for cellulosic ethanol deployment<br />Phase 1<br />2000-2009<br />Phase 2<br />2010-2011<br />Phase 3<br />2012-<br />Lab-to-pilot<br />scale<br />Demonstration-<br />scale<br />Commercial-scale<br /><ul><li>Significant reduction in enzyme cost and overall ethanol production cost
  17. 17. Pilot plants running using various feedstocks
  18. 18. Demonstration-scale plants being built
  19. 19. Enzyme for commercial -scale production launched and first processes ready for up-scaling
  20. 20. Demonstration-scale plants operating
  21. 21. Commercial-scale plants being built
  22. 22. First commercial-scale plants to commence
  23. 23. Large-scale demand for cellulosic bioethanol in the US and elsewhere</li></li></ul><li>An new industry is emergingexamples of major lignocellulosic ethanol pilot and demo plants<br /><ul><li>Borregaard
  24. 24. SEKAB
  25. 25. Iogen
  26. 26. Inbicon
  27. 27. Greenfield
  28. 28. Lignol
  29. 29. Abengoa
  30. 30. Abengoa
  31. 31. ADM
  32. 32. BP (Verenium)
  33. 33. DuPont/Genencor
  34. 34. Fiberight
  35. 35. ICM
  36. 36. KL Energy
  37. 37. Mascoma
  38. 38. POET
  39. 39. M&G
  40. 40. COFCO & SinoPec
  41. 41. PRAJ
  42. 42. Petrobras
  43. 43. CTC</li></li></ul><li>12<br />The availability of cellulosic biomass will enable production of bioethanol equivalent to at least 25% of the current global gasoline consumption<br /> … without increase in acreage<br />
  44. 44. 13<br />From waste to fuel<br /><ul><li>From one ton of sugar cane (135 kg of dry bagasse), 20 liters of ethanol can be made from the bagasse
  45. 45. Ethanol from straw could add on top of this</li></li></ul><li>Brazil has GOLDENCELLULOSIC ETHANOL OPPORTUNITIES<br />14<br />
  46. 46. NOVOZYMES PRESENTATION<br />15<br />9/30/2011<br />From waste to fuel<br /><ul><li>Billions of liters of ethanol can be made every year in Brazil from bagasse and straw</li></li></ul><li>16<br />www.bioenergy.novozymes.com<br />
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