2014.04.09 Umeå19 November, 2014
Forest Refine and Bio4Energy co-arranged a seminar in Umeå. The 64 participants represented Academia, Forest Industry Stakeholders, Regional authorities and Biorefinery Initiatives. Clas Engström, Managing Director at SP Processum guided us through the day.
Forest Refine session 1 – Developing the supply chain
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- Flexible bioconversion processes – Time for implementation, Krister Sjöblom from Valmet.
- Forest Biorefinaries – barriers and opportunity, Magnus Matisons
- Chemical balances and available potentials of forest biomass for biorefineries, Dimitris Athanassiadis, SLU
- Effects of new harvesting technologies on supply chain cost for young forest. Dan Bergström, SLU
- Forest biomass supply chain cost for biorefineries – comparison of current and future systems. Fulvio di Fulvio, SLU
Bio4Energy session – Developing Methods and Tools for Biorefinery Operations
- Bio4Energy and partners creates methods and tools for conducting efficient and sustainable biorefinery, Stellan Marklund, Bio4Energy Programme Manager
- Liquid biofuel from recalcitrant biomass: From laboratory to a near industrial scale, Leif Jönsson, Bio4Energy Biochemical Platform
- The Bio4Energy Graduate School on the Innovative Use of Biomass for PhD students: Filling a void in the Swedish higher education system,Sylvia Larsson, Bio4Energy Pretreatment and Fractionation Platform
Facilitating biomass conversion by thermal pretreatment, Anders Nordin, Bio4Energy Pretreatment and Fractionation Platform
Forest Refine session 2: Refinery processes
- Raw material requirements of biorefinery processes, Jonas Joelsson, SP Processum AB
- Fractioning of forest biomass. Håkan Örberg, SLU
- High value chemicals from forest biomass – losses in the supply chain, Hanna Lappi, METLA
- Significance of pre-treatment of biomass in the biomass value chain. Tero Tuuttila, Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius