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Advanced Biofuels Conference 2019

Elite Hotel Marina Tower Stockholm
Saltsjöqvarns kaj 25, Stockholm
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September 17 - 19, 2019
08:00 - 17:00
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Svebio, Swedish Bioenergy Association
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Place
Elite Hotel Marina Tower Stockholm
Date
September 17 - 19, 2019
Time
08:00 - 17:00
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Conference programme, day 2

Thursday, 19 September

Room: Skansen

09.00

Future for road transport – Where are we heading?

 
 

Some argue that E-mobility (electric) is the only way replace fossil fuels, with proposing bans on diesel and gasoline internal combustion engines (ICE). Others are pushing for G-mobility (power to gas with hydrogen). However, ICE’s will be around for decades to come not just in road vehicles. B-mobility (biofuels) is also the only option that works in all existing engines right now.

 
  Chair: Tomas Ekbom, Conference Director, SVEBIO, Sweden tomasekbom120px7163.png
  Where are all the Advanced Biofuels going to come from?
Steve Rogers, Business Development Manager, Licella, Australia
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  Advanced bioethanol, today and tomorrows solutions for sustainable transports
Sofia Winternell, Business Development Manager, Sekab Biofuels & Chemicals, Sweden
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  Time to act faster and bolder – To stop climate change
Andreas Teir, Vice President, Sales Nordics | Renewable Road Transportation, Neste Corporation, Finland
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  Expanding business from tall oil to tall diesel and high-value bioproducts
Jonas Vinblad von Walter, Production Manager, SunPine, Sweden
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10.20

Coffee, tea and networking

 

10.50

Clean biofuels – The bridge to fossil free transport

 
 

There is a strong trend for cleaner emissions where both electric transport and biofuels are now expanding in heavy-duty vehicles and working machinery. Clean bio-fuels such as 100% FAME, HVO100, E85 and ED95 and 100% CBG biomethane are available today. The bridge can only be constructed from both ends. But how shall this bridge develop?

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  Cutting costs with synthetic biofuels – Commercialization pathway to markets
Ilkka Hannula, Senior Scientist and Principal Investigator, VTT, Finland
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  Commerciliazation of biofuels at IEA Bioenergy TCP Task 39
Jack Saddler, Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada
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  Status update of commercialisation of biofuels in the USA and a market outlook
James D. McMillan, Chief Engineer, NREL, USA
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  Sudden impact – The need and importance of biofuels with global warming and climate change
Tomas Ekbom, Program Director, SVEBIO, Sweden
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12.10

Lunch

 

13.30

Biofuels in aviation and marine transport – We are flying and sailing green

 
 

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), the IATA and the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) have targets to reduce their CO2 emissions by at least 50 percent by 2050 compared to 2005 and 2008, respectively. The challenge for aviation is production and cost for biojet. Though shipping has a range of options. How can these be combined?

 

 

Chair: Johanna Mossberg, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

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Biojet demonstration in Piteå – Industrial scale-up for commercialization
Anna Soltorp, Head of Sustainability, BRA - Braathens Regional Airlines, Sweden

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World's largest LBG plant, for road and maritime
Marianne Langvik, Commercial and Finance Manager, Biokraft, Norway

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Reaching zero net emissions by 2050 – A maritime perspective
Anne Sophie Vinther Hansen, Senior Innovation Project Manager, A.P. Møller-Maersk, Denmark

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Closing remarks
Tomas Ekbom, Program Director, SVEBIO, Sweden

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14.40

Coffee, tea and networking