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7th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power

第7回バイオマス・ペレット貿易と発電会議

16-19 May, 2016 - Tokyo, JAPAN

Tokyo Marriott Hotel

16 May, 2016 - Monday

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Pre-Conference Workshop on Black Pellets
(09:00 – 17:00)

 

Facilitated by Biomass Experts from Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, ECN & RWE Generation NL

 

Workshop Agenda

08:30

Workshop Registration & Coffee

09:00

Introduction; Modern Day Black Pellets & Background

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
10:00

Torrefaction & Steam Explosion Pellets: Advantages & Disadvantages

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
11:30

Current Black Pellets Technology Overview

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
12:30

Workshop Luncheon

13:30

Market Developments

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
15:30

Co-Firing of Black Pellets in Pulverized Coal Fired Power Stations

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
16:45

Future Outlook of Black Pellets

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Research Engineer - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
17:00

Conclusion & End of Workshop

17 May, 2016 - Tuesday

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08:00

Registration and Coffee

09:00

Chairman’s Welcome & Remarks

09:10

Impact of Electricity Market Reform on Japan's Generation Mix

09:35

Biomass Opportunities in Japan's Electricity Generation & FIT System

  • Electricity generation by source & carbon emission pre & post Fukushima disaster 
  • Japanese FIT system 
  • Actual buying electricity under FIT 
  • What Sumitomo has been doing in biomass opportunity

10:10

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

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10:50

Changes of Energy Policy in South Korea & Opportunities for Domestic/Imported Biomass

  • Updates on South Korea’s Energy & Climate Change related Policy (RPS) & Response of the Energy Business Market
  • Progress of Emission Trading, District Heating & Renewable Heat Obligation (RHO) in South Korea
  • Opportunities for Domestic/Imported Biomass Corresponding to the Policy & Public Opinion

11:45

China’s Effort to Curb Coal Emission & Corresponding Impact/Opportunities for Biomass Utilisation

China Renewable Energy Industry Association
12:15

Japan & Korea: Developments in Policy Instruments & their Impact on Demand for Internationally Traded Biomass

  • Market developments
  • Demand projections 
  • Developments in policy instruments and their potential to impact demand
  • Demand projections revisited: Possible and likely future demand for pellets

12:50

Networking Luncheon

14:10

Afternoon Chairman:

14:15

Biomass Pellets & Power Status in Thailand

  • Biomass feedstock status & development
  • Domestic demand outlook for biomass power
  • Wood pellet production capacity & export potential

14:40

Vietnam Pellets Biomass

  • A young growing business with huge potential
  • Prepare for sustainable business with Japan market
  • Right product with a right price to keep the biomass in Asia stable and alive

15:05

Analysis of Palm Kernel Shells (PKS) Market Dynamics: The Impending Supply/Demand Imbalance

Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.
15:30

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

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16:00

The Emergence of Russia as a Major Wood Pellet Supply Hub

  • Insight into how much Russia is producing & future growth potential
  • Shifting economics of European vs. North American supply
  • Can Russia overcome the logistical challenges & progress on certification?

CM Biomass Partners A/S
16:25

Risks along the Wood Pellet Supply Chain

(forest, raw material transportation, manufacturing/pelletizing, shipping to port, storage, ship loading, ocean transportation, unloading and etc.)

16:50

The Fight for Fibre. International Supply & Demand Impacts on the Price of Biomass Supplies into Japan & Korea

  • Wood pellet supply options into Japan and Korea
  • How does wood pellet pricing compare from different regions  
  • What are the challenges and advantages from each region
  • The reasons for the increasing switch to wood chips internationally for use as a biomass fuel and its use as an alternative from PKS
  • International impacts on the price of wood chips into Japan

17:20

Biomass Supply Panel Discussion

  • Comments on each country’s wood pellets in terms of price, sustainability and specification 
  • Perspective on importance of performance and credit risk in contracting and negotiation 
  • Sustainability of wood pellets/biomass products and how far have they met buyers’ requirement 
  • Primary export markets and is there currently a domestic market emerging in each supplier’s own country? 
  • In terms of security of supply, how do suppliers mitigate for fluctuating raw material costs. Can they lock these cost in to match a long term off take?
  • What is the outlook for the next 12-24 months?

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Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.

CM Biomass Partners A/S
18:00

End of Day 1

18:05

Networking Cocktail Reception at Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Exhibition

18 May, 2016 - Wednesday
08:00

08:00 to 09:30 Breakfast Talk - Solid Biomass Fuel Characteristics & Sourcing Considerations

1. Biomass Fuel Options

  • An examination of wood chips (domestic & imported), wood pellets (white & black), PKS, empty fruit bunches, bagasse, and other options.
  • Consider the physical & chemical characteristics of each fuel, and comparative costs.
  • Current biomass combustion systems available & determining the best fuel option for each application.

2. Biomass Sourcing Options

  • Examine different sourcing regions around the world.
  • Look at fibre characteristics, long term sustainability, logistics, social & political risk, and foreign currency risk.
  • Environmental and economic considerations in biomass sourcing.
  • Options for biomass procurement procedures & contracts.

3. Environmental Benefits of Biomass

  • Why is biomass use controversial & why do many NGOs oppose the use of biomass?
  • What are the myths & facts concerning greenhouse gas benefits? Why is it important to counter those myths?
  • Why is demonstrating biomass sustainability so important & what lessons can be learned from the European experience.

4. Demonstrating Biomass Sustainability

  • Why is it not sufficient to rely on laws in the sourcing country?
  • What is certification and how did it become established.
  • What are the main kinds of certification and how did they become established?
  • Recommendations for the Korean and Japanese biomass sectors.

FutureMetrics, LLC
Wood Pellet Association of Canada - WPAC

09:30

Chairman’s Remarks

09:35

Sustainable Sugarcane Biomass

  • Cosan & Brazilian Agricultural Market Overview
  • Sugarcane Potential for Biomass Pellets
  • Cosan Biomassa Activities

Cosan S/A Industria e Comercio (Grupo Cosan)
10:00

Innovative Pellet Production at Different Scales

  • Comparison of Different Pellet Plant Concepts
  • From Idea to a Tailored Pellet Plant: Obstacles & Milestones
  • Technology Outlook

  • 10:25

    Technical Perspective from A Decade’s Experience with High Percentages Biomass Co-Firing

     

    11:00

    Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

    11:30

    Oji Group’s Involvement in the New FIT Scheme for Biomass Energy

    • Introduction of Oji Group
    • Situation of FIT scheme Biomass Boiler in Japan
    • Outlook of wood resources market in Japan

    11:55

    Japan’s Wood Biomass Power Generation Under FIT at the Turning Point

    • Status-quo of wood biomass power generation under FIT
    • Conflicts with existing wood industries
    • Potential of imported wood biomass in Japan

    12:20

    Smart Blending in Co-Firing Strategies: Lessons learned in Europe for Asian Markets

    13:00

    Networking Luncheon

    14:15

    Afternoon Chairman:

    Wood Pellet Association of Canada - WPAC
    14:20

    Operating an IPP Biomass Power Plant in South Korea (Case Study Ulsan IPP's SRF & Biomass Utilization)

    • Ulsan IPP & biomass sourcing matters 
    • Fuel Economics Comparison at Ulsan IPP: SRF vs Biomass 
    • Opportunities in developing IPP Biomass Power Plants in South Korea

    Lantern Advisory & Investment
    14:45

    Design & Construction of the Pulverized Coal & Biomass Fired Power Plant

    • Outlook of Japanese situation
    • New technology to achieve high biomass co-firing ratio
    • Requirement to biomass supply

    15:15

    Woody Pellet Co-firing for Pulverized Coal Fired Power Plant

    • Ability to boost the biomass co-firing ratio to as much as 25%
    • Retrofitting the pulverizers can achieve the high ratio co-firing of wood pellet

    15:45

    US Wood Pellets – A Sustainable, Reliable, Competitive Fuel Supply Solution

    Mr. Thomas Meth, Executive VP, Sales & Marketing
    Enviva LP
    16:20

    Final Discussion followed by End of Conference

    19 May, 2016 - Thursday

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    Post-Conference Site Visit to Soma Kyodo’s Shinchi Power Plant

    (07:00 – 20:00)

    Pictures courtesy of Soma Kyodo’s Shinchi Power Plant & Biomass Handling Facility.

     

    Details of Shinchi Power Plant:

    • Co-firing wood pellet & coal at PC boilers
    • Co-firing percentage: currently up to 3%

    06:45

    Site Visit Registration & Board Bus at Tokyo Marriott Hotel

    07:00

    Depart Tokyo Marriott Hotel

    07:45

    Arrive at Tokyo Station

    07:55

    Take Shinkansen to Sendai

    09:00

    Soma Kyodo’s Shinchi Power Plant

    09:30

    Arrive at Sendai Station & Board Chartered Bus

    10:10

    Arrive at Zuiho-en for 40 minutes Self-Guided Walk

    10:50

    Board Bus & Depart for Lunch

    11:30

    Lunch (Japanese)

    12:20

    Board Bus & Depart for Shinchi Power Plant at Soma

    13:30

    Arrive at Shinchi Power Plant for Site Tour & Presentation

    16:00

    Board Bus & Depart for Sendai Station

    17:30

    Take Shinkansen to Tokyo Station

    19:05

    Arrive at Tokyo Station & Board Bus for Tokyo Marriott Hotel

    19:45

    Arrive at Tokyo Marriott Hotel

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    Wood Pellets & Wood Chips Producers & Traders | Palm Oil & Sugar Mill Owners | Aggregators & Marketers for Agricultural Residues (PKS, EFB, Sugar Bagasse, Rice Husk) | Power Utilities, IPP, Industrial Power & CHP Plants | Agriculture, Forestry, Plantation Companies | Commodity Brokers & Analysts | Wood Processing | Shipping & Brokers (DryBulk) | Government / Regulators | Pulp & Paper, Pelletizing Equipment/ Technology Companies | Trade/Project Financers | Emission / CDM Traders | Environmental Engineers

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