Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBioenergy in BrazilPANGEA-GBEPEnsuring Access to Sustainable Bioenergy GloballyEuropean Parlia...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBrazilian Energy Mix (1940 – 2011)0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%194019421944194619481950195...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaExternal Dependency on Energy (1970 - 2011)1975: Proalcohol Program2003: Flexfuel Cars2005: Bi...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaPolicy and Regulatory FrameworkBrazilian energy policy has as one of its objectives: to increa...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaSugarcane Expansion withAgroecological RequirementsAgroecological zoning for Palm OilMaximum a...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaLand Use in Brazil *Total Area Native Vegetation Arable LandAvailablePastureAgricultureSugarca...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaRecent Modifications on Biofuels Regulation Biofuels are now regulated as fuels and not only ...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaEthanol Use Benefits in BrazilEffective economy of 1.6 billion boe or 18 monthsof the current ...
Ministério deMinas e Energia+ 774%Increase inproductionGrains ProductionLivestock+39%Area+251%Increase inproduction(cattle...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaEthanol Fuel Internal Market Forecast45 billion liters in 2022
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Policy The mandatory policy of B5 is the most important incentive and it isguarante...
Ministério deMinas e Energia 5% (B5) mandatory mixture since 2010. 56 units authorized by Petroleum, Natural Gas and Bio...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Regional Capacity of Production DistributionRegion PlantsProductioncapacity(m3)Produ...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaSocial Fuel Certificate ResultsFamiliesUS$ / Family per YearTotalBiodiesel ProductionTotal Inc...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Production (2005-2012)
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Fuel Internal Market Forecast4 billion liters in 2022
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBioplastics in Ten Years From Now In 2011, the demand for non-fuel ethanol (other uses) has r...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaNew Uses in Other Sectors (P&D) BNDES launched PAISS (Joint Programme of Technological andInn...
Ministério deMinas e Energia202G Ethanol in 2010Distribution of supported projects (BNDES and Finep)*(by main research are...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaCommercial PlantsCapacity:82 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2014Location:São Miguel dos...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaDemonstration PlantsCapacity:3 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2014Location:Usina São Ma...
Ministério deMinas e EnergiaProject Initial Phase:2013Location:CTBE, Campinas, SPInvestment:R$ 22 million (BNDES)Project I...
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  1. 1. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBioenergy in BrazilPANGEA-GBEPEnsuring Access to Sustainable Bioenergy GloballyEuropean ParliamentBrussels, 24th June 2013
  2. 2. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBrazilian Energy Mix (1940 – 2011)0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%194019421944194619481950195219541956195819601962196419661968197019721974197619781980198219841986198819901992199419961998200020022004200620082010OTHER SOURCESSUGARCANE PRODUCTSWOOD AND CHARCOALHYDRO AND ELECTRICITYCOAL AND DERIVATIVESOIL, NATURAL GAS AND OIL DERIVATIVES
  3. 3. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaExternal Dependency on Energy (1970 - 2011)1975: Proalcohol Program2003: Flexfuel Cars2005: Biodiesel ProgramDifferentSituations, DifferentObjectives and DifferentPoliciesMain goals in 1975:reduce external dependency on oilintroduce in the market the gasoline-ethanol blendstimulate the development of pure ethanol enginesMain goals in 2005:create jobs in rural areasreduce the external dependency on dieseldiversify energy sourcesinclude the social dimension in an energy program
  4. 4. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaPolicy and Regulatory FrameworkBrazilian energy policy has as one of its objectives: to increase the share ofbiofuels in the national energy mix:Mandatory mix: ethanol (E18-25) and biodiesel (B5).Tax differentiation regime at the federal level.Line of credit for ethanol strategic buffer stocks (conceived to improve off-season supply conditions).Public auctions for biodiesel market supply.Research funding (CT-Petro, created in 1999 and CT-Energ, created in 2000).Agro-ecological zoning for sugarcane (2009) and palm oil (2010) that guidesand guarantees that raw-material production will take place only in suitableareas.
  5. 5. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaSugarcane Expansion withAgroecological RequirementsAgroecological zoning for Palm OilMaximum allowed: 65 million haor 7,5% (green areas)Agricultural zoning as a guarantee for public and privateinvestments and a recommendation of suitable areas for harvestNorth RegionFocus = arc of deforestationNortheast RegionFocus = coast areas
  6. 6. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaLand Use in Brazil *Total Area Native Vegetation Arable LandAvailablePastureAgricultureSugarcaneOthers 152%* 2009 DataSource: ICONE, ESALQ and IBGE. Presentation: COSAN and UNICA
  7. 7. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaRecent Modifications on Biofuels Regulation Biofuels are now regulated as fuels and not only as an agriculture product. Biofuels have an uniform treatment regarding their role in National Energy Policy.That includes both ethanol and biodiesel, as well as any other new biofuel thateventually will be produced in commercial scale in the future. The National Energy Policy Council (CNPE) has, from now on, authority toestablish the directions for biofuels imports and exports in the same way that italready has for all oil derivatives such as gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.
  8. 8. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaEthanol Use Benefits in BrazilEffective economy of 1.6 billion boe or 18 monthsof the current Brazilian oil production*ESTIMATED SAVINGS OF US$ 67 BILLION** DUE TO OIL ANDREFINED PRODUCTS NOT CONSUMED BECAUSE OFETHANOL* Considers Daily Production in Brazil of 2,110,000 Barrels of Oil per day ** In dollars of 2011IN THIS PERIOD, DUE TO ETHANOL, EMISSIONS OF 1 BILLIONTONS OF CO2 WERE AVOIDED
  9. 9. Ministério deMinas e Energia+ 774%Increase inproductionGrains ProductionLivestock+39%Area+251%Increase inproduction(cattle per hectare)Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply
  10. 10. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaEthanol Fuel Internal Market Forecast45 billion liters in 2022
  11. 11. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Policy The mandatory policy of B5 is the most important incentive and it isguaranteed through public auctions; Tax policy regime that differentiates the region of the country in which biodieselis produced and also the type of agriculture that provides all or part of rawmaterial. North or Northeast: 15% discount; Social Fuel Certificate (SFC) is the mechanism that aims to stimulate thedevelopment of small agriculture and tries to include their raw-materialproduction in biodiesel chain. The biodiesel producer that owns a SFC is allowed to take part in biodieselauctions competing for 80% of the volume. The remaining 20% is opened alsoto biodiesel producers that do not have the SFC; The government is trying to design policies to induce the diversification of raw-materials for biodiesel production (palm oil, jatropha etc.).
  12. 12. Ministério deMinas e Energia 5% (B5) mandatory mixture since 2010. 56 units authorized by Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels Agency(ANP) with 6.724.000 m³ per year of production capacity (88% withSocial Fuel Seal). 2.717.500 m³ of biodiesel produced in 2012. The main feedstock used in biodiesel production has been soy (75%, asan average), followed by animal fats (17%) and others (8%) –cotton, palm, sunflower, castor. The Midwest region is the major producer (43%), followed by South(34%), Northeast (11%), Southeast (9%) and North (3%). The biodiesel production provided employment to 103.991 familyfarmers in 2012 (25% in Northeast region).Biodiesel Market: Current Situation
  13. 13. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Regional Capacity of Production DistributionRegion PlantsProductioncapacity(m3)Productioncapacity(%)Mid-West 27 3.073.000 45,7%South 8 1.818.000 27%Southeast 11 890.000 13,2%Northeast 6 741.000 11%North 4 202.000 3%Total 56 6.724.000 100%Source: Ministry of Mines and Energy – MME – position in February/2013.Units without SFC (Social Fuel Certificate)Units with SFC (Social Fuel Certificate)43 units with Social Fuel Certificate
  14. 14. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaSocial Fuel Certificate ResultsFamiliesUS$ / Family per YearTotalBiodiesel ProductionTotal Incomeof the Familiesdue to BiodieselHigher levels ofincome since themandate periodconfirms the policySource: MDA, MME (2011)m³
  15. 15. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Production (2005-2012)
  16. 16. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBiodiesel Fuel Internal Market Forecast4 billion liters in 2022
  17. 17. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaBioplastics in Ten Years From Now In 2011, the demand for non-fuel ethanol (other uses) has reached 1.1billion liters. It is estimated that demand for non-ethanol fuel (other uses) will reach 3.5billion liters in 2020 (PDE 2020).• 14% growth rate. This growth will be due to the expansion of the ethanol chemistry.
  18. 18. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaNew Uses in Other Sectors (P&D) BNDES launched PAISS (Joint Programme of Technological andInnovation Support for Sugarcane Sector), with foreseen investments ofR$ 4 billion. The PAISS fosters research and development of cellulosic ethanol. If economicallyviable, the cellulosic ethanol could increase the productivity of the sector in morethan 40%. Among the entities who study the processes of production of ethanol fromlignocellulose in Brazil, stand out: CENPES-Petrobras; CTBE; Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira – CTC; Embrapa Agroenergia; Dedini S/A Indústrias de Base.
  19. 19. Ministério deMinas e Energia202G Ethanol in 2010Distribution of supported projects (BNDES and Finep)*(by main research areas)Both institutionsbudget directed totech routes reachedalmost R$ 100million* BNDES – National Development Bank ; FINEP – Brazilian Innovation Agency
  20. 20. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaCommercial PlantsCapacity:82 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2014Location:São Miguel dos Campos, ALInvestment:R$ 303 million (BNDES)Capacity:40 million liters/year.Start-up operation:2015Location:Boa Vista Mill, Quirinópolis (GO).Investment:R$ 202 million (BNDES)Capacity:40 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2015Location:Costa Pinto Mill, Piracicaba(SP)Investment:R$ 206 million (BNDES)
  21. 21. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaDemonstration PlantsCapacity:3 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2014Location:Usina São Manoel, São Manoel (SP)Investment:R$ 55 million (BNDES)Capacity:3 million liters/yearStart-up operation:2015Location:Usina Santa Luzia, Nova Alvorada (MS)Investment:R$ 150 million (FINEP: R$ 130 million; BNDES: R$20 million)
  22. 22. Ministério deMinas e EnergiaProject Initial Phase:2013Location:CTBE, Campinas, SPInvestment:R$ 22 million (BNDES)Project Initial Phase:2013Location:CTBE, Campinas, SP (Fase 1)Investment:R$ 20 million (BNDES)Project Initial Phase:2013Location:CTBE, Campinas, SPInvestment:R$ 8,7 million (FINEP)Pilot Plants
  23. 23. Ministério deMinas e Energiadrn@itamaraty.gov.br

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