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9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power

第9回 バイオマス・ペレット会議 ~貿易と発電~

14-17 May, 2018 - Tokyo, JAPAN

Tokyo Marriott Hotel

14 May, 2018 - Monday

    

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Pre-Summit Workshop
Biomass Sourcing in a Challenging Market

– What’s AVAILABLE? At What COST?

Facilitators & Speakers from Poyry, Indufor, J. Lauritzen, Renewable Energy Institute, Pinnacle Renewable Energy, Ata Marie, Korea Ratings & Russia Forest Products Group

09:30

Workshop Registration

10:00

Snapshot of Potential & Realistically-Available Supply of Woody Biomass & PKS

Mr. Matt Bovelander, Senior Consultant Bio Solutions
Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd

                     
                     WW Supply Hotspots (Oceania, Indonesia, Canada & the RFE)

 
 

10:30

Oceania - Potential for Leveraging on Existing Forest Resources

New Forests Asset Management Pty Ltd
11:00

Indonesia - Wood, KS & EFB, challenges of aggregation in a high domestic user country

Ata Marie Group Ltd
11:30

Canada - As European demand ramps up, what’s really there for Asia?

12:00

The RFE - A question of logistics, The RFE supply potential & what can happen

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Supply regions that hold potential for additional forest plantations, expected price levels, competitiveness across regions, timelines for establishment & mobilization to North Asia

Pöyry (Beijing) Engineering & Consulting Company Limited
14:10

Japan & South Korea - How policies are shaping demand & nature/form of acceptable biomass, opportunities & challenges

Renewable Energy Institute
15:10

Logistics/Shipping Economics of Biomass Exports to Japan/South Korea

J. Lauritzen Singapore Pte. Ltd.
15:40

Panel Discussion - Implications for the future: Where will Biomass Supply come from, what form it will take & how much it will cost

16:45

Conclusion & End of Workshop

15 May, 2018 - Tuesday

    

08:00

Registration and Coffee

09:00

Chairman's Welcome & Remarks

09:10

Japan’s Biomass Power Generation Updates & Outlook for Imports

  • Recent FIT & Renewable policy updates & changes on biomass power & etc
  • Updates on the biomass power projects in Japan & capacity of biomass demands

Biomass Power Association
09:40

South Korea's IPP & Co-Firing Projects/Capacity Updates & Import Requirement for Wood Pellets

Mr. Seokyoung Yoon, Manager, Fuel Part/Purchasing Team
Hanwha Energy Corporation
10:10

Taiwan’s Biomass Energy Development - Policy, Regulations & Market Outlook

Mr. Roger Chang, Consultant
Prime Oil Chemical Service Corporation
10:40

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

11:20

Will Canadian Wood Pellet Exporters Abandon Europe in favour of Asia?

  • Japanese investment in Canadian production
  • Canadian commitment to each market & factors to drive change
  • Arbitrage between Europe & Asia

11:50

Competitiveness of US Supply in Japan

Mr. Fred Miyata, General Manager, Business Development - Asia Pacific, Sales and Marketing
Enviva
12:20

Evolution of the Wood Pellet Spot Market in Asia & Europe

  • What are the key price drivers?
  • How liquid is the spot market in both regions?
  • What are the main challenges for suppliers & end users?

12:45

Discussion followed Networking Luncheon Reception

14:00

Afternoon Chairman

14:05

Meeting Japan’s Need for Biomass (Wood Pellet, PKS, Wood Chips)

  • Assessing the biomass demand outlook in Japan (volume & timeline)
  • Explore the viability of domestic and imported biomass
  • Current development of biomass trade/imports in to Japan & logistics/storage

14:30

Challenges of Biomass Ocean Transportation

15:15

Considerations in Wood Pellet Handling Through Ports

  • Factors affecting storage, costs, pellet durability & ship handling
  • Upgrading Asian receiving terminals

15:45

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

16:15

Can Woodchips Compete Against Pellets/PKS? Interactions between Energy & Pulp/Paper Markets

  • The existing trade of woodchips in the Asia Pacific region (pulp & energy)
  • Major supply regions & export capacities
  • Woodchip costs by region & how they compare to pellets & PKS
  • Commercial factors & security of supply, will there be enough wood for both pulp & energy buyers?

16:45

How the Biomass Supply Market is Becoming Global & What This Means for Asian & European Wood Pellet Buyers

  • Why 2018 is different to 2017
  • Wood pellet flows to Europe and Asia
  • A product that works for Europe, Japan and South Korea

17:15

Gone Today. Here Tomorrow: The Challenges & Solutions of Finding Sustainable Biomass Sources in a Competitive Environment

Challenges
  • The Crux of the matter: It is out there but at what value
  • The competitive landscape for biomass: How value change affects availability
  • Case study: NZ, the CNI. how value perception change has changed biomass availability
  • Sustainability: the great enabler & limiter
Solutions
  • Sourcing strategies for securing sustainable biomass

Mr. Matt Bovelander, Senior Consultant Bio Solutions
Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd
17:45

Networking Cocktail & Dinner Reception for ALL Participants & Speakers

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16 May, 2018 - Wednesday

    

08:45

Chairman’s Remarks

Pöyry (Beijing) Engineering & Consulting Company Limited
08:55

NPI's Biomass-Based Power Generation Business

  • NPI's energy business updates (One of the biggest power generating companies for self-consumption in Japan, of 1.8GW)
  • Case study of Ishinomaki power generation plant (149MW PC boiler ,30% Woody Biomass Fuel)
  • Key points on Woody Biomass Fuel for Japanese Energy Business 

09:25

The Clean Wood Act & Characteristic of Fuel Traceability for FIT Biomass Power Generation in Japan

Biomass Industrial Society Network (BIN)
09:55

Building the Sustainability Path for Oil Palm Biomass

  • Development on the future direction of sustainability of fuel derived from agricultural residues, e.g. oil palm biomass
  • Sustainability building for oil palm biomass
  • Case study of innovative OPT pellet

10:25

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

11:00

Funding/Financing Criteria for IPP & Biomass Conversion Projects in Japan

11:30

Competitiveness of IPP Biomass Power Generation in Japan

  • Biomass power generation capacity, fuel type preference & operation
  • RENOVA’s biomass & renewable strategy in Japan & Asia

12:00

Fuel Requirement of Biomass Power Plant

  • Examination of the requirements of biomass fuels for power plants using imported biomass
  • EBE’s strategy for biomass

12:30

IPP Biomass Power Plant Operation & Requirement in Korea

  • Update on GS EPS’ 105MW biomass power plant in Korea
  • Plant operation experience & know-how on various fuel mix (pellet, chip, pks, coal, etc.)
  • Plan for business extension to Japan & additional 105MW biomass power plant in Korea
  • Expected fuel demand & plans for securing long-term contract

GS Electric Power & Service (GS EPS)
13:00

Discussion followed Networking Luncheon Reception

14:15

Afternoon Chairman

14:50

Bagasse Pellet from Thailand – New Source of Biomass to Meet North Asian’s Demand

15:15

Vietnam’s Wood Pellets Supply Chain

  • Installed production capacity & locations
  • Supply outlook & potential for capacity growth
  • Port infrastructure

Mr. Andy Bui, International Sales Director
An Viet Phat Energy Co., Ltd
15:45

Closing Panel - Global Supply to North Asia

  • Where is the supply to Japan & Korea originating?
  • Is there enough supply to meet demand?
  • What are the differences between supplying Japan vs. Korea?
  • An insight into the differences between Asian spot buying vs long term sourcing.
Moderator:

Panel:

Mr. Jamey Hadden, Founder and Director of Strategic Development
Vision Energy Group

Mr. Oliver Mauss, Managing Director
Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.

16:45

Final Discussion & Closing Tea

17:30

End of Main Conference

17 May, 2018 - Thursday

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Post-Summit Site Visit 
(06:00 – 18:00 hrs.)

United Renewable Energy (URE) 20MW Biomass Power Plant at
Akita City, Akita Prefecture (Utilizing 70% wood chips & 30% PKS)

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Site Visit Itinerary

06:00

Bus to depart Marriott Shinagawa

07:50

Flight from Tokyo (Haneda) Airport to Akita

08:55

Arrival at Akita Airport; Bus transport to URE

10:00

Presentation + Q&A of URE (20MW dedicated biomass power plant, utilizing domestic unused timber (woodchips) & imported PKS)

11:00

Lunch (Inawiwa-Udon) + Refreshments

12:00

Tour of URE Power plant + PKS stock piling

13:45

End of Site Visit; Bus transport to Akita airport

15:50

Flight from Akita Airport to Tokyo (Haneda)

16:55

Arrival at Tokyo (Haneda) airport; Bus to Marriott Shinagawa

18:00

Arrival at Marriott Shinagawa; End of site visit

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