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EL MERCADO DE LA MADERA:Perspectivas de La Bio-energíay la Pulpa de Celulosa        Discussions with        Sociedad de Pr...
AGENDA What is Pöyry ? Is the Digital Age Killing the Paper Industry ? What Drives the Success of Eucalyptus Fibre ? Can V...
SCOPE OF OUR DISCUSSIONS TODAYForest       Conversion                     Products                                        ...
PÖYRY GROUPGLOBAL EXPERTS IN CONSULTING AND ENGINEERING Pöyry is a global consulting and engineering company dedicated to ...
WIDE RANGE OF DEEP EXPERTISE URBAN & MOBILITY                            WATER & ENVIRONMENT Urban planning               ...
THE DIGITAL AGEAND THE PAPER INDUSTRY             COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY   Montevideo, Uruguay    6                              ...
COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY   Montevideo, Uruguay   7                          4 July 2012
WORLD PAPER AND BOARD CONSUMPTION1950-2010A snap-shot of the last 60 years.      Million tons400        1950s:            ...
UNDERSTANDING PAPER GRADES                                                examples Graphic Papers      Newsprint          ...
LONG-TERM DEMAND GROWTH BY PRODUCT THROUGH 2025World paper demand is expected to grow by 1.6%/a in the long term.Tissue, c...
GDP AND GRAPHIC PAPER CONSUMPTION PER CAPITAThere has been a clear shift in terms of per capita consumption between 2005 a...
SUBSTANTIAL DEMAND GROWTH OUTSIDE GRAPHIC PAPERSWhen we look at the big picture, it is easy to see who needs fibre in the ...
LONG-TERM GROWTH OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD DEMANDBY REGION THROUGH 2025¨The growth of paper and paperboard demand will be fa...
PAPER AND PAPERBOARD PRODUCTION PROSPECTS 2010-2025  The growth of production is shifting outside the traditional supply a...
WHAT DRIVES THE SUCCESSOF EUCALYPTUS FIBRE?             COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY   Montevideo, Uruguay    15                       ...
QUALITY WISE EUCALYPTUSIS SUPERIOR IN MANY APPLICATIONS  Example Tissue Paper made with Eucalyptus pulp • High softness • ...
SUSTAINABILITY IS KEY FOR OUR LONG-TERM SUCCESS                    COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY               Montevideo, Uruguay   17 ...
THE WORLD OF FIBREThe main raw material for paper is paper !                                 Paper & Board                ...
WORLD DEMAND FOR CHEMICAL PULP 1995-2025In the long term, global demand for chemical fibre is forecast to grow from 126mil...
COMPLEMENTARY EXPANSIONPulp and paper capacity in Asia and in South America                   mostly pulp                 ...
SHARE OF MARKET PULPPulp is called “market pulp” when pulps are sold as raw material to paperproduction – typically pulp i...
GLOBAL WOOD PULP AND RCP TRADE FLOWSAsia is key - growing importer of both virgin fibre and RCP.                          ...
IMPORTS OF HARDWOOD CHIPS INTO ASIA-PACIFIC     China will become the main importer of wood chips before 2020.            ...
THE IMPORTANCE OF CHINA      Virgin Market Pulp                                                   Recycled         fibre c...
CAN VALUE BE CREATEDWITH BIO-ENERGY ?             COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY   Montevideo, Uruguay    25                             ...
GLOBAL LIFE CYCLE OF WOODMore than half of wood currently used globally, is used in energy production.    CO2, Ash        ...
EU RENEWABLE ENERGY DIRECTIVE Enforced by the European Parliament and Council in December 2008 and it became law in June 2...
EXAMPLES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGETS  Selected Countries Shown  Mtoe                     Germany                          ...
NATIONAL RENEWABLE ACTION PLANSTHE “NREAPs” All EU member states were required to publish an action plan to detail the mea...
FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION OFRENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN THE EU-27Wind is the winner, but there is significant growth in biomas...
FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION OFRENEWABLE HEATING AND COOLING IN THE EU-27Renewable heating and cooling in the EU-27 is based m...
SCHEMES AND INCENTIVES TO PROMOTE GREEN ENERGYDefinitions                     Guaranteed fixed payment paid for each unit ...
RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY - CASE UNITED KINGDOMThe UK has established a renewable electricity quota system with a tradable g...
RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY – CASE DENMARKDenmark offers both feed-in tariffs and premiums for renewable energy production.   ...
WOODY AND AGRO BIOMASSSUPPLY AND DEMAND FOR ENERGY IN THE EUAccording to Pöyry’s latest estimates and depending on the sce...
BIOMASS PAYING CAPABILITYBPC describes the theoretical upper limit of price for pellets delivered at energyplant by taking...
THE ABILITY TO PAY FOR WOOD IS CHANGING                     COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY      Montevideo, Uruguay   37                 ...
COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY   Montevideo, Uruguay   38                          4 July 2012
CONVENTIONAL PRODUCTS* FROM WOOD                                         Fuelwood            Charcoal                     ...
MODERN “CUTS” FROM WOOD –“De la naturaleza a su mesa”                                                                     ...
CONCLUSIONS Is the Digital Age Killing the Paper Industry ?  – Absolutely Not ! What Drives the Success of Eucalyptus ?  –...
Muchas Gracias !  João Cordeiro                               Jefferson Mendes  joao.cordeiro@poyry.com                   ...
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  1. 1. EL MERCADO DE LA MADERA:Perspectivas de La Bio-energíay la Pulpa de Celulosa Discussions with Sociedad de Productores Forestales Montevideo July, 4 2012 Facilitated by Mr João Cordeiro
  2. 2. AGENDA What is Pöyry ? Is the Digital Age Killing the Paper Industry ? What Drives the Success of Eucalyptus Fibre ? Can Value Be Created With Bio-energy ? COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 2 4 July 2012
  3. 3. SCOPE OF OUR DISCUSSIONS TODAYForest Conversion Products Conventional products Bioenergy Multitude of conventional techno- logies and processes New Multitude of emerging bio-products technologies and processes COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 3 4 July 2012
  4. 4. PÖYRY GROUPGLOBAL EXPERTS IN CONSULTING AND ENGINEERING Pöyry is a global consulting and engineering company dedicated to balanced sustainability and responsible business 7 000 experts in about 50 countries Project experience in over 100 countries 15 000 projects annually Net sales in 2011 EUR 796 million Listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 4 4 July 2012
  5. 5. WIDE RANGE OF DEEP EXPERTISE URBAN & MOBILITY WATER & ENVIRONMENT Urban planning Water Real estate development Wastewater Transport planning Waste Rail infrastructure Environment Road infrastructure Construction management Building design INDUSTRY ENERGY Pulp and paper Hydropower Chemicals Thermal power Minerals processing Bio-renewables Oil and gas Nuclear energy Transmission and distribution COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 5 4 July 2012
  6. 6. THE DIGITAL AGEAND THE PAPER INDUSTRY COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 6 4 July 2012
  7. 7. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 7 4 July 2012
  8. 8. WORLD PAPER AND BOARD CONSUMPTION1950-2010A snap-shot of the last 60 years. Million tons400 1950s: 1960s: 1970s: 1980s: 1990s: 2000-2010:350 CAGR 5.5%/a CAGR 5.7%/a CAGR 3.1%/a CAGR 3.5%/a CAGR 3.1%/a CAGR 1.8%/a 3.0 million t/a 5.3 million t/a 4.5 million t/a 6.9 million t/a 8.7 million t/a 6.3 million t/a300250200150100 50 0 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 COPYRIGHT©PÖYRY COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 8 4 July 2012
  9. 9. UNDERSTANDING PAPER GRADES examples Graphic Papers Newsprint Newspapers Uncoated Wood-Containing Magazines Coated Wood-Containing Books Handbooks Uncoated Woodfree Copy Papers Coated Woodfree Manuals Industrial Papers Containerboard Corrugated Boxes Cartonboard Folding Cartons Wrapping and Sack Bags Hygiene Tissue Papers Toilet Papers Paper Towels Napkins COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 9 4 July 2012
  10. 10. LONG-TERM DEMAND GROWTH BY PRODUCT THROUGH 2025World paper demand is expected to grow by 1.6%/a in the long term.Tissue, containerboards and cartonboards will be the fastest growing productareas, while the global demand for newsprint/mechanical printing papers isexpected to decline. Demand growth, %/a 4 Tissue 3 Containerboard Cartonboard 2 Average 1.6%/a 1 CWF Sack UWF Other P&B 0 -1 CWC Newsprint UWC -2 0 20 40 60 80 100 Share of consumption in 2010, % COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 10 4 July 2012
  11. 11. GDP AND GRAPHIC PAPER CONSUMPTION PER CAPITAThere has been a clear shift in terms of per capita consumption between 2005 and2010. At higher income levels (above USD 40 000 per capita) the per capitaconsumption has declined on average by 15-25 kg. Consumption, kg per capita 160 140 World cross- section 2005 120 100 80 World cross- section 2010 60 40 Country data 2010 20 0 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 GDP per capita, in terms of real USD (2009 price level) COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 11 4 July 2012
  12. 12. SUBSTANTIAL DEMAND GROWTH OUTSIDE GRAPHIC PAPERSWhen we look at the big picture, it is easy to see who needs fibre in the future.To put it simple, all growth is in tissue and packaging. Million tonnes 600 CAGR 2010-25 Forecast 500 0.5%/a CAGR 2010-25: 1.6%/a Other Tissue 3.2%/a 400 300 Packaging 2.6%/v 200 100 Graphic Papers -0.1%/v 0 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 12 4 July 2012
  13. 13. LONG-TERM GROWTH OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD DEMANDBY REGION THROUGH 2025¨The growth of paper and paperboard demand will be fast in many emergingeconomies, while a decline is expected in traditional markets. Demand Growth, %/a 6 India 5 4 China Russia Middle East Africa 3 Eastern Europe Latin America Rest of Asia 2 Average 1.6%/a 1 0 Oceania Western Europe -1 North America Japan -2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Share of consumption in 2010, % COPYRIGHT©PÖYRY COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 13 4 July 2012
  14. 14. PAPER AND PAPERBOARD PRODUCTION PROSPECTS 2010-2025 The growth of production is shifting outside the traditional supply areas. Production and consumption 2010 Growth of production 2010-2025 North America North AmericaWestern Europe Western EuropeEastern Europe Eastern Europe Japan Japan China China Rest of Asia Rest of Asia Latin America Latin America Production Consumption Other regions Other regions 0 20 40 60 80 100 -20 0 20 40 60 80 Million tons Million tons COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 14 4 July 2012
  15. 15. WHAT DRIVES THE SUCCESSOF EUCALYPTUS FIBRE? COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 15 4 July 2012
  16. 16. QUALITY WISE EUCALYPTUSIS SUPERIOR IN MANY APPLICATIONS Example Tissue Paper made with Eucalyptus pulp • High softness • High bulk, “fluff ness”-- loosened paper structure • Fast liquid absorption and capacity to retain water • Adequate porosity (pore sizes and distribution) COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 16 4 July 2012
  17. 17. SUSTAINABILITY IS KEY FOR OUR LONG-TERM SUCCESS COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 17 4 July 2012
  18. 18. THE WORLD OF FIBREThe main raw material for paper is paper ! Paper & Board 374 million t 54% 46% Recovered Fibre Papermaking Fibre Dissolving 203.5 million t 170.7 million t 4.5 million t 9% 70% 21% Non-wood Chemical Mechanical 15.8 million t 119.7 million t 35.1 million t 26% 28% 46% BSKP Other pulp BHKP 31.5 million t 33.5 million t 54.7 million t 12% 53% 35% 46% 54% Fluff Pulp Market Integrated Market Pulp Integrated 3.9 million t 16.6 million t 11.0 million t 25.3 million t 29.4 million t COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 18 4 July 2012
  19. 19. WORLD DEMAND FOR CHEMICAL PULP 1995-2025In the long term, global demand for chemical fibre is forecast to grow from 126million tons in 2010 to 150 million tons by the year 2025, corresponding to anaverage growth rate of 1.2%/a. Million tons 160 Other 140 Forecast Latin America Rest of Asia Emerging 120 markets CAGR 100 China 3.8%/a 80 Eastern Europe Japan 60 Western Europe Mature 40 markets CAGR -0.6%/a 20 North America 0 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 19 4 July 2012
  20. 20. COMPLEMENTARY EXPANSIONPulp and paper capacity in Asia and in South America mostly pulp mostly paper Capacity 1000 t/a 2 000 1 000 200 Paper Pulp COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 20 4 July 2012
  21. 21. SHARE OF MARKET PULPPulp is called “market pulp” when pulps are sold as raw material to paperproduction – typically pulp is dried and transported to a paper mill in anotherlocation. % 45 Forecast 40 35 Share of market pulp of total wood pulps 30 25 20 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 21 4 July 2012
  22. 22. GLOBAL WOOD PULP AND RCP TRADE FLOWSAsia is key - growing importer of both virgin fibre and RCP. 17.4 0.2 2.3 3.5 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.9 6.8 0.2 0.7 0.30.5 1.0 3.2 1.4 0.1 0.3 1.2 9.3 0.7 0.3 4.5 0.6 12.8 1.7 4.3 4.9 1.3 2.3 1.7 0.9 0.91.4 0.8 1.6 0.6 6.9 Total Recovered Fibre Trade 54 million tons Total Wood Pulp Trade 47 million tons COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 22 4 July 2012
  23. 23. IMPORTS OF HARDWOOD CHIPS INTO ASIA-PACIFIC China will become the main importer of wood chips before 2020. million BDMT 20 Japan China Taiwan South Korea Other 15 10 5 0 1995 2000 2005 2010Source: Country Import Statistics COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 23 4 July 2012
  24. 24. THE IMPORTANCE OF CHINA Virgin Market Pulp Recycled fibre consumption, million tons fibre consumption, million tons 75 250 60 200 China China 45 150 30 100 Rest of the World Rest of the World 15 50 0 0 1995 2000 2005 2010 1995 2000 2005 2010 Chinese recycled fibre imports are already approaching maximum level of closeto 30 million tons while market pulp consumption should about double in next 15 years COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 24 4 July 2012
  25. 25. CAN VALUE BE CREATEDWITH BIO-ENERGY ? COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 25 4 July 2012
  26. 26. GLOBAL LIFE CYCLE OF WOODMore than half of wood currently used globally, is used in energy production. CO2, Ash Wood Demand 1.57 billion bone dry tons 51% INPUT 49% Fuel Wood Sawn Wood Wood panels Fibre / Pulp Power By-Products and Residues Heat Paper, Board 62% OUTPUT 38% COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 26 4 July 2012
  27. 27. EU RENEWABLE ENERGY DIRECTIVE Enforced by the European Parliament and Council in December 2008 and it became law in June 2009. It sets the following binding targets: • 20% increase in energy efficiency • 20% reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions • 20% share of renewable energy in overall EU final energy consumption by 2020 • 10% biofuel component in vehicle fuels by 2020 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 27 4 July 2012
  28. 28. EXAMPLES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGETS Selected Countries Shown Mtoe Germany 16 France 15 Italy 12 United Kingdom 16 Sweden 4 Finland 3 2010 Austria 1 2020 Netherlands 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Mtoe of renewable energy1 Mtoe = 11.63 TWh COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 28 4 July 2012
  29. 29. NATIONAL RENEWABLE ACTION PLANSTHE “NREAPs” All EU member states were required to publish an action plan to detail the measures enabling them to comply with the 2020 targets. Final Renewable: Energy • Heating & Cooling Technology Consumption • Electricity Mix Estimates • Transport COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 29 4 July 2012
  30. 30. FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION OFRENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN THE EU-27Wind is the winner, but there is significant growth in biomass and solar TWh14001200 Liquid biomass fuels1000 Biogas 800 Solid biomass 600 Wind 400 Solar Geothermal 200 Hydropower 0 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 30 4 July 2012
  31. 31. FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION OFRENEWABLE HEATING AND COOLING IN THE EU-27Renewable heating and cooling in the EU-27 is based mainly on solid biomass. TWh1400 Heat pumps12001000 Liquid biomass fuels 800 Biogas 600 Solid biomass 400 Solar 200 Geothermal 0 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 31 4 July 2012
  32. 32. SCHEMES AND INCENTIVES TO PROMOTE GREEN ENERGYDefinitions Guaranteed fixed payment paid for each unit of electricity produced Feed-in tariff from renewable sources. Guaranteed fixed payment in addition to the wholesale electricity price Feed-in premium paid for each unit of electricity produced from renewable sources. Tradable certificate, which is granted to generators for a stated Green certificate multiple of units of electricity produced from renewable sources. It’s an additional source of income to the wholesale electricity price. Price to be paid for each non-delivered GC in respect of the Penalty price renewable energy obligation. Quota system System imposing a minimum share of electricity generated from renewable sources on customers, retailers or producers. Max quota system System where incentives are guaranteed up to a predetermined amount of capacity or electricity generation from renewable sources. Any tax related incentive policy (tax deduction, flexible depreciations Fiscal incentives schemes etc. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 32 4 July 2012
  33. 33. RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY - CASE UNITED KINGDOMThe UK has established a renewable electricity quota system with a tradable greencertificates. Ofgem issues Suppliers redeem ROCs to green ROCs to meet the generator Authority obligation ROCs can be traded between suppliers and traders Other suppliers Generator sells the ROCs to any Traders supplier or trader Supplier Generator Customer Generator sells the electricity to supplier Supplier sells the electricity to customer The current UK system utilises green certificates, known as ROCs, to encourage the adoption of renewable energy generation techniques. The amount of ROCs available to a generator is dependent on the generation technique being used. A purchase obligation is placed on licensed electricity suppliers. Compliance with the obligation is demonstrated either from redemption of GCs (Renewable Obligation Certificates ROCs) or by paying a buy-out price to the Buy-out Fund. Average ROC price has been close to 40 GBP/MWh COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 33 4 July 2012
  34. 34. RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY – CASE DENMARKDenmark offers both feed-in tariffs and premiums for renewable energy production. D Authority approves generator for feed- Authority in tariff Feed-in premium Electricty price Supplier Generator Customer Generator sells the electricty to supplier Supplier sells the electricty to customer Renewable electricity and heat is supported both with feed-in tariffs and premiums, however, which one a renewable energy generation facility can claim depends on when it became operational. RE generators are entitled to a Feed-in-tariff (FiT) or a feed-in premium paid on top of the spot electricity market price depending on the date of connection to the grid. Biomass plants connected to the grid after February 2008 get 20,1 €/MWh premium on the top of electricity price for 10 years. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 34 4 July 2012
  35. 35. WOODY AND AGRO BIOMASSSUPPLY AND DEMAND FOR ENERGY IN THE EUAccording to Pöyry’s latest estimates and depending on the scenario used,total biomass supply gap is around 230 TWh in 2020,This represents some 115 million m3 of roundwood equivalent, depending on fuelquality and conversion efficiency TWh1,5001,2501,000 750 500 250 0 Supply 2010 Supply 2020 Supply gap Demand 2020 Demand 2010 Woody biomass supply Woody biomass demand Agribiomass demand Agribiomass supply Supply gap 1) Estimated EU 27 woody biomass supply for energy production and NREAP based demand assessment. 2) Includes EU 27 annual allowable cuts, post consumer wood, land management wood and harvesting residues potential. 3) Immobilised woody biomass potential is resulting among others from imperfect markets and fragmented forest ownership. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 35 4 July 2012
  36. 36. BIOMASS PAYING CAPABILITYBPC describes the theoretical upper limit of price for pellets delivered at energyplant by taking into account the national energy policy variations. Model for biomass co-firing Coal price Taxes for Emission Effect of Cost of Biomass coal costs green efficiency paying combustion electricity loss capability and heat subsidy Example UK In coal co-firing the effect of green certificates could be some 54 EUR/t of pellets. In new biomass CHP plants the effect of green certificates could be some +105 EUR/t of pellets. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 36 4 July 2012
  37. 37. THE ABILITY TO PAY FOR WOOD IS CHANGING COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 37 4 July 2012
  38. 38. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 38 4 July 2012
  39. 39. CONVENTIONAL PRODUCTS* FROM WOOD Fuelwood Charcoal Impregnated Reconstituted Veneer & Sawnwood wood Panels Plywood Pulps Mechanical Chemical Specialty Pulp Pulp Pulps Fluff Dissolving Paper & Boards Pulp Pulps Ethers Printing& Specialty Newsprint Tissue Packaging Absorbents Nitrates Viscose Writing Papers Acetates Diapers, Binders, Glues, CMC, Explosives, Detergents, Food, Pharmacy, Ryon, Yarns, etc,etc* Non-extensive liist, some examples COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 39 4 July 2012
  40. 40. MODERN “CUTS” FROM WOOD –“De la naturaleza a su mesa” Wood Power & Chips Heat Pellets Bark & Residues Power & Heat Pulp Paper Wood Pulp Chips Mill Fuels (e.g ethanol) Cellulose Glucose Organic acids Spent Solvents Liquor Softners Lubricants wide range of chemicals + polymers Extractives Lignin Hemicelluloses Fibre additives Natural binders Fatty acids Emulsifiers Adhesives Pharmaceuticals Hydrogels Sub-bituminous coal Antioxidants Sugar-substitutes Fertilizers Bioactive chemicals Furfural (e.g. nylon) Carbon fibres Other … wide range of Thermo-plastics… other chemicals* Non-extensive lists COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 40 4 July 2012
  41. 41. CONCLUSIONS Is the Digital Age Killing the Paper Industry ? – Absolutely Not ! What Drives the Success of Eucalyptus ? – Quality, Cost and Sustainability Can Value Be Created With Bio-energy ? – It all depends on policies and technologies For countries like Uruguay and Brazil, rich in land, forestry technology and competent people, well managed plantation forest translates into many attractive business opportunities and in improved quality of life for our people. COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 41 4 July 2012
  42. 42. Muchas Gracias ! João Cordeiro Jefferson Mendes joao.cordeiro@poyry.com jefferson.mendes@poyry.com +358 40 524 2502 +55 41 3252 7665 COPYRIGHT@PÖYRY Montevideo, Uruguay 42 4 July 2012
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