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  • 1. Bio-energy Services Pöyry’s Services Overview May 2009
  • 2. Agenda 1. Renewables and bio-energy definition 2. Services by source • Bio-ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation (ligno-cellulosic) fuels • Biomass to energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 2 January 2009
  • 3. Renewable Energy Renewable energy is energy derived from resources that are regenerative or for all practical purposes cannot be depleted For this reason, renewable energy sources are fundamentally different from fossil fuels, and do not produce as many greenhouse gases and other pollutants as fossil fuel combustion. Mankind's traditional uses of wind, water, and solar energy are widespread in developed and developing countries; but the mass production of electricity using renewable energy sources has become more commonplace recently, reflecting the major threats of climate change due to pollution, exhaustion of fossil fuels, and the environmental, social and political risks of fossil fuels and nuclear power. The increasing political focus on sustainability and climate protection leads to high development of renewable energies. Pöyry is involved in all areas of the renewable energy sector with considerable focus being placed on the bio-energy area. Source: Wikipedia Bioenergy Services Overview 3 January 2009
  • 4. Bio-energy Growth Drivers Bioenergy will be an important part of the drive towards renewable energy uptake. There will be a large global biofuel market which will grow rapidly to 2020 and beyond. There are 3 main drivers to this growth: • Security of fossil fuel supply • Combating climate change • Rural development This growth will requires a vast amount of investment in bio-energy and bio- fuel plants globally. This offers a unique opportunity companies in all parts of the value chain: – Plantation developers – Bio-energy and bio-fuel producers – Equipment manufacturers – End users etc Bioenergy Services Overview 4 January 2009
  • 5. Agenda 1. Bio-energy definition 2. Services by source • Bio-ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation Biofuels • Biomass for energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 5 January 2009
  • 6. Bio-energy can be considered in three different aspects Source of energy 1 So • Bio-ethanol 1 u • Bio-diesel rce • 2nd Generation Fuels 2 Purpose of use • Biomass for energy • Electricity • Heat • Transport • Mechanical power 3 Interest areas 2 st • Market Purpose ere • Policy advice Int • Technology 3 • Project related • Business operation • Strategy Bioenergy Services Overview 6 January 2009
  • 7. Pöyry covers the whole range of bio-energy related topics Areas Services • • Assessment of bioenergy resources and Forest industry/by-products potentials • Forest/agrofuel feedstocks • Master plans and market studies • Logistics • Business strategies • Power generation • Feasibility studies • CHP and district heating • Business plans • Wood pellets • JI/CDM projects • Liquid biofuels for transportation • Environmental impact assessment and • Landfill gas and biogas environmental permitting • Combustion technologies • Engineering • Flue gas treatment processes • Project management • O&M “The use o f biomass ra w material biodiversity must be on ” a sustainab le level in te “Combined rms of ade heat and po quacy and wer (CHP) “Heat only is the most boiler (HOB effective wa ) provides re y to utilize b “Biomass tr liable soluti ioenergy in ade possib on in smalle large scale ilities can b (Biomass T r installation ” e expanded o Liquids)” s” by further u pgrading e.g . to wood p ellets or BT L Bioenergy Services Overview 7 January 2009
  • 8. Our services go for the complete project life cycle Business idea Investment decision Take-over date Major refurbishment Development Implementation Commercial operation Operation and maintenance Strategy Basic and detailed eng. Feasibility Pre-engineering Personnel training Procurement Planning Analysis Continuous iimprovement Manufacturing Financing, partner and Construction contract negotiations, Erection ITBs Commissioning Trial run lants, ergy p ed en 50 bio en involv than 1 as b e More • Technical advisory services öyry h P where • Operation Improvement • • Project management Operation & Maintenance • • • Feasibility and project studies Engineering and design Performance testing • • • Consulting Procurement services Energy contracting • • • Front-end engineering Delivery supervision Quality assurance • • • Project development services Construction supervision Audits • • • Project finance and related Commissioning Rehabilitation and retrofits • • analyses EPCM Decommissioning • Environmental impact • • EPC Environmental audits and • assessment (EIA) Quality assurance measurements Bioenergy Services Overview 8 January 2009
  • 9. Agenda 1. Renewables definition 2. Services by source • Ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation Biofuels • Biomass for energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 9 January 2009
  • 10. Capability statement, ethanol (sugar and starch based) Areas • Plantation development (sugar cane, cassava, sago palm, etc) • Greenfield projects • Small holder operations • Sugar, starch and ethanol mills • Sustainability aspects • Residuals & power Services Selected Ethanol Project References • Site suitability analysis • Yield and cost estimates • San Carlos ethanol plant and 8MW Cogeneration Power Plant, Philippines, 2006 • Smallholder market analysis – 2009 • Due diligence of two ethanol project plans Mindanao, Philippines • Mill operations consulting • Assessment of sago palm ethanol production in Indonesia, 2007 • • Pre-feasibility of bio-ethanol (sugar cane), Philippines, 2007 Engineering services • Seven fuel ethanol and DDGS plants , Detailed engineering, USA, 2006 • Due diligence and valuations • Pre-investment review of project feasibility of an Agro-Ethanol and Co-generation power plant project , Philippines, 2006. • Feasibility and asset appraisal • Two fuel ethanol plant and DDGS plant, Detailed engineering, USA, 2005- 2006. • Logistics & market studies Bioenergy Services Overview 10 January 2009
  • 11. Agenda 1. Renewables definition 2. Services by source • Bio-ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation Biofuels • Biomass for energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 11 January 2009
  • 12. Capability statement, oil palm and bio-diesel Areas • Plantation development • Greenfield projects • Small holder operations • CPO and bio-diesel plants • Power plants • Sustainability and RSPO • Residuals Services • Site suitability analysis Selected Oil Palm References • Yield and cost estimates • Smallholder market analysis • Exit strategy for potential investor in West Africa oil palm project, 2009 • • Site suitability and yield estimates in West Africa, Ghana, 2008 Mill operations consulting • Plantation and primary processing pre-feasibility study for in Vanuatu, 2008 • Engineering services • Feasibility study for palm oil based bio-diesel plant (100,000 t/a) in Brazil, 2008 • Feasibility study for palm oil based biodiesel in Brazil, 2007 • Due diligence and valuations • Forest valuation & site suitability for oil palm in Papua New Guinea, 2007 • Feasibility studies • CPO market study in Malaysia and Indonesia, 2006 • Feasibility study for palm oil based biodiesel (100,000 t/y) in Brazil, 2006 • Asset appraisal • Conceptual study for oil palm and biodiesel in Brazil, 2004 • Logistics • Market viability of palm oil pulp and unbleached kraft paper, 2003, Malaysia Bioenergy Services Overview 12 January 2009
  • 13. Capability statement, jatropha and bio-diesel Areas • Plantation development • Small holder operations • Crushing and bio-diesel plants • Sustainability • Environmental & social assessment • Residual utilisation • Integrated land management Services • Site suitability analysis Selected Jatropha Project References • Yield and cost estimates • Mill operations consulting • Review of Business Plan and operations for fund raising in Thailand, 2008 • Engineering services • Jatropha plantation valuation in China, 2008 • Information Memorandum in Ghana, 2008 • Due diligence and valuations • Operational review in China, 2008 • Investment & feasibility studies • Biofuel feasibility study in Philippines, 2007 • Risk assessment in Ghana, 2007 • Asset appraisal • Review of jatropha plantation project in Indonesia, 2007 • Market and Logistic studies • Site assessment and opportunity study in China, 2007 Bioenergy Services Overview 13 January 2009
  • 14. Capability Statement, Remote Sensing Areas • Sourcing of satellite images • Correction of satellite data • Digital Terrain Modelling (DTM) • GIS analysis (e.g. rivers, roads, population centres) • Mapping of outputs Services • Site suitability analysis (mill location, resource suitability) Selected Project References • Forest & land use mapping • Woodflow analysis SE Kalimantan (Kiani Kertas) • Topographic analysis (slope) • Resource valuation, Suriname • Historical forest & land use change • Site selection for Western province, PNG • analysis Pre-feasibility study, PNG (Wipim Tapila) • Suitability for AR/CDM (Carbon credits), Philippines • National forest mapping systems • Feasibility study, Philippines (Caraga) • Precision forest estimates (LiDAR) • Automated Detection of forest harvesting, New Zealand • CO2 sequestration analysis • National Illegal harvesting Detection System, Guyana • Site suitability analysis for Jatropha, Indonesia 2007 • FMIS system design and customisation Bioenergy Services Overview 14 January 2009
  • 15. Pöyry’s Support in Jatropha Plantation Development Plantation Development Process Pöyry’s Support • Partner matching Land • Land identification assignments Exit Identification • Remote sensing • Site suitability analysis Land Proceed • Sustainability analysis Exit Assessment • Land title and licensing • Jatropha seed and oil yields Feasibility Proceed • Operating and capital costs Exit Study • CJO and biofuel markets • Financial modelling • Plantation Information Plantation Management Systems Proceed • Nursery & plantation manuals Planning • Infrastructure engineering • Technical and managerial Plantation advise and staff secondment • Operations auditing Management • Biodiesel plant procurement Seed Crushing • Seedcake utilisation studies and • Biogas engineering Biodiesel • Biomass to energy engineering Bioenergy Services Overview 15 January 2009
  • 16. Agenda 1. Renewables definition 2. Services by source • Bio-ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation Biofuels • Biomass for energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 16 January 2009
  • 17. Capability statement, 2nd generation bio-fuels (ligno-cellulosic based) Areas • Plantation development (forest & energy plantations) • Biomass sourcing (forest & agricultural residues) • Technology & bio-refinery concepts • Sustainability and carbon aspects • Residuals & power Services Selected Project References • Site suitability analysis • Assessment of suitable technologies for ethanol and biodiesel, W Europe, 2009 • Yield and cost estimates • Engineering services for biodiesel plant, Sweden, 2009 • Technology assessments • Cellulosic ethanol and diesel assessment, W Europe, 2009 • Trends in biomass availability in New Hampshire, USA, 2008 • Feasibility studies • Sawdust outlook until 2020, Finland, 2008 • Engineering services • Impact of BTL plants on the pulp and paper competitiveness, Europe, 2007 • Wood availability outlook, Europe, 2007 • Due diligence and valuations • Technology review, Asia, 2007 • Logistics & market studies • Biomass fuel alternatives, USA, 2007 • Wood assessment for biodiesel, Global, 2007 Bioenergy Services Overview 17 January 2009
  • 18. Agenda 1. Renewables definition 2. Services by source • Bio-ethanol • Bio-diesel • 2nd Generation Biofuels • Biomass for energy 3. Services by function Bioenergy Services Overview 18 January 2009
  • 19. Capability statement, biomass for power & heat Areas • Biomass sourcing (wood chip, pellets, mixed waste & agricultural residues) • Technology concepts • Engineering services • Sustainability and carbon aspects • Residuals & power Services Selected Project References • Biomass sourcing strategies • • Biomass procurement strategy for a 300MW bio-energy plant, Europe, 2009 Site suitability analysis • Search for new pellet manufacturing site, N America, 2009 • Yield and cost estimates • Engineering services, bagass power plant, Philippines, 2007 - 2009 • Study of the wood waste market, UK, 2008 • Technology assessments • Development of global energy market scenarios, Global, 2008 • Feasibility studies • Bio-energy strategy, Germany, 2008 • High efficiency CHP, Europe, 2008 • EPC & EPCM Engineering services • Engineering services 105 CHP biomass power plant, UK, 2004 - 2006 • Due diligence and valuations • Engineering services for 20MW rice husk power plant, Thailand, 2003 – 2005 • Engineering services for 240MW biomass power plant, Finland, 1999– 2001 • Logistics & market studies Bioenergy Services Overview 19 January 2009
  • 20. Pöyry can cover all key functions along the renewables project life cycle with an integrated approach (economic & technical) Implementation and Detailed engineering Market entry studies Due diligence analysis commiss. supervision basic design Complete feasibility studies Layout and Project management Strategy development O&M services (economic & technical) Implementation and Detailed engineering Market entry studies Due diligence analysis commiss. supervision basic design Complete feasibility studies Layout and Project management Strategy development O&M services Services (sample) Services (sample) Functions in the Functions in the project life cycle project life cycle Management consultant Management consultant Technical consultant Technical consultant Engineer (OE, CE, LE) Engineer (OE, CE, LE) Contractor (EPC, EPCM, BOP) Contractor (EPC, EPCM, BOP) Service is covered by this function Service is not covered by this function Bioenergy Services Overview 20 January 2009
  • 21. Pöyry Management Consulting offers bio-energy related services in 6 main interest areas 1 2 Market Policy advice Market modelling Renewable policy development Policy and regulatory advice Renewable price projections Assessment of potentials Tariff systems Pöyry Pöyry Management Management 3 6 Consulting Consulting Technology Strategy Services for Development scenarios Grid integration Services for renewables renewables Market entry Integration into power systems Sources and related technologies 5 4 Business operation Project related Training & know-how transfer Financial investment Business models Pre-feasibility and feasibility studies Asset management Carbon finance and consulting Bioenergy Services Overview 21 January 2009
  • 22. Please contact us for further details on our services. We would be pleased to forward information on references and experts also. Teng Wei 2 Battery Road #21-01 Maybank Tower Singapore 049907 +65 6733 3331 +65 6230 3206 (d) +65 97772939 (m) Email: Teng.wei-soinio@poyry.com