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  • 1. Welcome to Holmen Skog
  • 2. The Group 2009 Share of sales profit Holmen Timber Sawn timber Holmen Skog Forests & wood Holmen Energi Electric power & energy capital Holmen Paper Newsprint & magazine paper Iggesund Paperboard Paperboard Sales SEK 18.0 bn ● Operating profit SEK 1.6 bn ● Capital employed SEK 22.2 bn ● Employees 4 600
  • 3. Product-oriented business areas Raw-material-oriented business areas
  • 4. Production and capacity Holmen Paper 8 paper machines 1 940 000 tonnes newsprint & magazine paper/year Iggesund Paperboard 3 board machines 530 000 tonnes paperboard/year Holmen Timber 2 mills 900 000 m 3 sawn timber/year Holmen Skog 1.0 million hectares forest land 3 000 000 m 3 wood/year Holmen Energi 1.1 TWh hydro power/year Europe Rest of the world Sales
  • 5. Core businesses
    • Forest management
    • Wood procurement to Holmen’s Swedish mills
    • Timber trade
  • 6. Wood procurement 2010 Procurement 2010, million m 3 f per year Procurement 2010 million m 3 f/year Total 10,8 of which from: million m 3 f/year Own forests 2,9 Other forest owners 7,6 Import 0,3
  • 7. Timber trade
    • Purchasing wood from:
    • 20 000 private forest owners
    • forest owners organizations
    • sawmills
    • Delivering wood to:
    • other forest industries
    • sawmills
    • Trading wood with:
    • other forest industries
  • 8. Organisation CEO Group staffs Regions Umeå Lycksele Norsjö Björna Bredbyn-Strömsund Ljusdal Sveg Delsbo Bollnäs Hudiksvall Uppland Västmanland Örebro Sörmland Norrköping Tranås Vimmerby Egen skog Districts
    • Economy/Administration
    • Information
    • Personnel
    • Silviculture
    • Technic
    • Real estate
    • IT
    • Strategic development
    Örnsköldsvik Iggesund Norrköping
  • 9. Wood delivery 2010 Pulpwood and saw timber, million m 3 f/year Internal wood delivery million m ³ f/year Braviken 1,1 Hallsta 1,3 Iggesund’s Bruk 1,4 Iggesund’s Sawmill 0,7 Total 4,5 External wood delivery million m ³ f/year Total 6,2 Total wood delivery million m ³ f/year Total 10,7
  • 10. Holmen’s forests
    • Total land holdings: 1,3 million hectare
    • Productive forest land: 1,0 million hectare
    • Timber volume per hectare: 118 m ³ sk
    • Timber volume total: 120 million m ³ sk
    Tree types
  • 11. Increasing yield of timber Growth and felling in Holmen’s forests Annual felling Annual growth Volume of timber in Holmen’s forests Cubic metres of timber per hectare, m 3 fub
  • 12. Timber Import
    • Import 2010: approximately 230 km 3 f
    • Greater part of the timber is imported from Holmen Mets in Estonia
    • Mainly birch wood
    • The timber is mainly delivered to Iggesund’s Mill
    • Some quantities are swapped with other forest industries in Sweden
  • 13. Holmen Skog’s environmental policy: Natural occurring plant and animal life shall be given the conditions needed for long term survival. Priory environmental goals
    • Five per cent of the forest land is excluded from harvesting.
    • Deciduous trees shall dominate five per cent of intermediate and moist soils.
    • Five per cent of the regeneration area shall be burned.
    Forest management Environmental goals
    • Valuable watercourses
    • Valuable wetlands
    • Restricted driving damage
    • Reduced carbon dioxide emissions in logging
  • 14. Environmental certificates
    • PEFC – Forest Management
    • PEFC – Group Certification
    • PEFC – Chain of Custody
    • FSC – Forest Management
    • FSC – Chain of Custody
    • FSC – Group Certification
    • FSC – Controlled Wood
    • ISO 14001
  • 15. Sweden 378 Estonia 17 Total 395 Number of employees Men 79% Women 21%
  • 16. Welcome to Holmen Skog Region Norrköping
  • 17.
    • Holmen Skog Norrköping
    • 6 district of purchasing
    • 1 district of own forest
    • 70 000 ha productive forest
    • 100 employee
    • Wood procurement 2,6 mil. m 3 f
    • (0,3 mil. m 3 f own forest)
  • 18. Main target
    • Wood supply of own industry
    • (Braviken papermill & sawmill)
    • Wood supply of external industry
    • (Billerud Skärblacka)
    • External woodtrading
    • Management of own forests
    • External sale of bioenergy
  • 19. Braviken
    • Papermill
    • Consume 1,3 mil m3f of pulpwood (spruce)
    • 25% from sawmill
    • Produce 0,75 mil ton of newspaper
    • 600 employee
    • Buy 2 TWh power & 0,2 TWh recycled wood
    • Sawmill
    • Consume 1,1 mil m 3 f timber (spruce)
    • Produce 0,55 mil m 3 construction wood
    • External sale of bioenergy 0,7 TWh
    • Deliver 0,3 mil m 3 f pulp chips to papermill
    • 110 employee
  • 20. Braviken
  • 21. Bioenergy - A growing business with in Holmen
  • 22. Why bioenergy?
    • Increased demand from energy sector
    • Political target 2020 with in EU
    • Ensure supply of pulpwood
    • Money – an other source of income
    • Internal use of bioenergy – exchange fossil fuel
    • Develop new products integrated with existing
    • industry (biofuel, wood pellet etc)
    Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 23. Main activities
    • Increased procurement
    • Bioenergy – the third sortiment
    • External sale
    • Devolopment of production methods
    • Internal use of biofuel
    • Coordination of trade and logistic
    Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 24. Increased procurement of bioenergy
    • Result of larger final cut area
    • More efficient handlig and preparation of bioenergy in site
    • Bioenergy – a natural part of the business
    • Development of small tree harvesting
    • Stumps – try and learn activity
    • Integrated sale with Holmen Timber bi-products
    Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 25. Swedish forestry – a part of the energy sector ~7 % primary forest fuels ~45 % energy Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12 36 % Pulp & paper 16 % Pulpchips 10 % Bark, sawdust 20 % Sawn products 46 % Sawtimber 8 % Energy wood 27 % Black liquors TWh 46 % Pulpwood Annual cut Sources: Skogsindustrierna, 2007, Skogsstatistisk årsbok 2007 & Skogforsk 2010
  • 26. Customer of bioenergy Biopower plants (producing heat and power)
  • 27. Prognosis of Bioenergy sale - Holmen Skog & Timber, Norrköping Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12 Numbers inGWh Holmen Skog 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Stumps   13 10 10 15 Small trees 10 30 45 75 90 Harvest residues 170 191 275 337 487 Energy wood 231 191 241 309 325 Total 411 425 571 731 917             Holmen Timber           Sawdust 0 0 119 212 243 Bark 0 0 143 257 293 Dry chips 0 0 46 83 95 Shavings 0 0 8 41 78 Total 0 0 316 593 709             Timber & Skog total 411 425 887 1324 1626
  • 28. Prognosis of Bioenergy sale - Holmen Skog & Timber, Norrköping Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 29. Development work
    • Education – employees & contractors
    • -Bioenergy is the third sortimnet
    • Technology and method development
    • -Holmen is a part of ESS (Skogforsk)
    • Logistics and sale
    • -Establishment of storage sites
    • -Deeper relationship with customers
    • Administrative system
    • = More effective and greater harvest of primary wood energy -> Profitable business
    Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 30. Stump harvest
    • On going activity in Sweden since 2006
    • -Cleaning harvest sites after the storm ”Gudrun”
    • On and Off activity at Holmen since 2007
    • Harvested area: 2007 80 ha
    • 2008 83 ha
    • 2009 15 ha
    • 2010 40 ha
    • Why harvest stumps?
    • -Large potential
    • -Try and learn
    • -Supply market
    Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
  • 31. How does it work? Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
    • The Contractor
    • Contracted excavator with stump harvest aggregate
    • -Several diffrent aggregates are avalible in the market
    • Contractor must be PEFC-certified
    • Machinery must be equipped with computer and GPS
    • Site directive must be followed
    • Site selection
    • Spruce dominated sites are preffered
    • Avoid wet and moist sites due to risk for damage the ground
    • Sites with short forwarding distance
    • Good road standard
    • Enough storage place at road side
    • Soil type – silt-sand
    • Short transport distance to customer
    • The site area should be at least 3-4 ha
  • 32. How does it work? Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
    • The Operation
    • Excavator harvest the stumps
    • Site preparation possible
    • Storage on site
    • Forwarding of stumps to road side
    • Storage on road side
    • Transport to customer or crush on site
  • 33. Conclutions Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
    • Important to choose right site
    • Site preparation might be insufficient
    • Handling of the stumps highly effects the ash content
    • Don´t put energy on harvest small and too big stumps
    • Be aware of risk for later plantation
    • Logistics must be developed
    • Contribute with 150 – 200 MWh per ha and possible more
    • Production cost can and has to be reduced
    • Private forest owner expect to be payed
    • Huge potential, but FSC sets limits
  • 34. Limitations of potential - future challenges Peter Roland Holmen Skog 2011-04-12
    • Site condition
    • FSC-legislation
    • Operation costs
    • Supply & demand
    • Knowledge ”know how”
    • Main focus still on roundwood
    • Logistics
    • Cooperation forestry and energy business
    • Politics
    • Contractors
  • 35. Forwarding of residues
  • 36. Small tree harvesting
  • 37. Thank you! Peter Roland Holmen Skog AB Manager of bioenergy E-mail: peter.roland@holmenskog.com