WS14: Future Biomass-based Transport Fuels

10 May 2011
Location: Helsinki, Finland

This workshop was held in conjunction with ExCo67 in Helsinki, Finland on 10-12 May 2011. At the workshop presentations were given by 12 invited speakers and consisted of four sessions as follows:

Session 1 – Strategic Views
Session 2 – Biomass for Road Transport Fuels
Session 3 – Biofuels for Air and Maritime Transport – whats happening now?
Session 4 – Biofuels in first full-scale applications: the Finnish way.


ExCo67 Workshop ‘Future Biomass based Transportation Fuels’ Summary and conclusions

P01 Fuel Strategics for Short and Long Distance Transport – Thomas Garbe

P02 Technology Roadmap – Biofuels for Transport – Adam Brown

P03 Ethanol market Overview – Mark Lyra

P04 The sustainable expansion of sugarcane ethanol in Brazil and the trends for other countries – Carla Pires

P05 What is the future of corn-based ethanol and when will cellilosic ethanol become the dominant paradigm – Jim McMillan

P06 Does sustainable biodiesel have a future – Elmar Baumann

P07 From Wastes to Wheels – Jacky Joas

P08 UOP-Honeywell development of green jet fuel technology – Stan Frey

P09 Developments and visions of environmentally friendly ships – Patrik Rautaheimo

P10 Market introduction of next generation biofuels. Industrial View – Ari Juva

P11 Biofuels end-use products. Maximising impact and performance – Nils-Olof Nylund

P12 Highlights of the next generation biofuels RTD&D in Finland – Kai Sipilä