Market opportunities for lignocellulose derived chemicals: The Bio Base NWE project
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsMarket opportunities forlignocellulose-derived chemicalsThe Bio Base NWE ProjectUK-Norway Symposium: Valorising Woody BiomassAdrian Higson PhD25 June 2012
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsCompany VisionWe view bio-based technologies as keycomponents of the low carbon economydelivering economic, social and environmentalbenefits.We believe the bioeconomy will createsustainable business opportunities forfeedstock suppliers, technology and projectdevelopers, manufacturers and investors.A specialist ‘not for profit’ Bioeconomy consultancyCompany MissionTo provide clients with a holistic view of feedstock, technology, policy and marketdevelopment across the bioeconomy, enabling them to make informed businessdecisions and develop sustainable business strategies.
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NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsEthylene PolyethylenesStyreneMonomerEthyleneOxide/GlycolEDCOtherPolymers/RubbersPolyesterPVCAlpha OlefinsPVAEthanol60%7%14%12%7%Ethylene value chainPET Collaborative
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsCellulosic ethanol – No longer 10 years awayST. LOUIS, MO. (June 11, 2013) – Construction of POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels’ first commercial cellulosic bio-ethanol plant is on schedule to start up in early 2014 ….Beta Renewables Crescentino plant commercial-scalecellulosic ethanol plant, in Crescentino Italy, startedoperations in Q4, 2012.With construction completed in 2012, KiOR commencedoperations at Columbus and validated its proprietarytechnology. Shipments of cellulosic fuels from Columbusbegan in early 2013
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsCellulosic sugar fermentation• Turn-key technology offers for cellulosic sugar.• Project simplification and de-riskingFeedstock Pre-treat Convert
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsOutputsProcess StreamsLignocelluloseCelluloseProduct 1Hemi-celluloseProduct 1/2LigninEnergy?Deriving value from Lignin? Approximately 1 million tonnes of lignosulfonates sold each year howeverlimited potential for market growth. The lack of alternative markets for lignin together with their scale of production;make the production of aromatic chemicals from lignin attractive.Process costs & capitalrequirementsFeedstock costsProduct income
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsBulk aromatics (BTX value chain)Benzene(~40 million tonnes/year)Ethylbenzene(52%)Cumene(22%)Phenol(~9 million tonnes/year)Bisphenol A(44%)PolycarbonateresinsEpoxy resinsPhenolic resins(27%)CaprolactamNylon 6Cyclohexane(15%)Other(11%)Toluene XyleneAdded valuetargets
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsAug. 13, 2012 - Joint Development Agreement forBio-Based ButadieneSynthesis gas fermentationDeveloping microorganismscapable of converting syngasto valuable platform chemicals
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsInnovation - something original and new that "breaks in to" themarket or into societyMarketFinanceTechnology/Product• Standards, labels and certification• Product specific legislation• Legislation related to biomass• Encourage Green Public Procurement• Research• Development• Demonstration• Public• Private• Public/Private£25M IB Catalyst
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsBRIDGE PPP: The challenge, Overcoming the innovation Valley ofDeath by bridging the gap from research to the marketplace.The EU contributes €1 billion to the research and innovation program,European industries have committed to another €2.8 billionBuilding supply chainsDeveloping technologyUpgrading and buildingdemonstration and flagshipbiorefinerieshttp://bridge2020.eu/
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsProcess scale up and pilot demonstration
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsBio Base NWESupporting the development of the bio-based economyin North West Europe• To aid companies, research centers and education centers of NWE tonetwork internationally• Political support for the bio-based economy by giving SMEs a voice, and bydeveloping a common strategy• To acquaint companies, research centers and education centers of NWE withBio Base Europe
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsBio Base NWESupporting the development of the bio-based economyin North West Europe
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsBioeconomyFeedstockpricing &volatilityTechnologyDevelopment(performance& cost)EnvironmentalconsiderationsSummaryBiobased Economy Drivers Process developmentdrivers are multiple andvaried. Commercialisation led bybrand owner pressure onsupply chains. Identifying ‘added value’markets important for firstmovers. Increasing public fundingand market developmentsupport.
NNFCCNNFCC: The Bioeconomy ConsultantsThe NNFCC provides high quality, industry leading consultancyfor more information contact usEmail - email@example.com+44 (0) 1904 435182Follow us on Twitter @NNFCC• Future Market Analysis• Feedstock Logistics Planning• Sustainability StrategyDevelopment• Technology evaluation & associateddue diligence• Project feasibility assessment• Policy and regulatory support