Tokyo Marriott Hotel
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
Welcome Speech by Renova Inc. Mr Yoshinobu Kusano.
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“Japan's biomass power capacity seen growing 50% by early 2020s” ~ 7 Sept 2017, Nikkei Asian Review
“Japan changes biomass subsidies in response to rapid demand growth” ~25 Jan 2018, Canadian Biomass Magazine
“FGV seeks to increase exports of palm kernel shell to Japan” ~24 Aug 2017, The Edge Financial Daily
Over 800 biomass power projects, generating more than 16GW, were approved in Japan by last October. Total biomass demand is projected to almost triple from present rates to 23 million tons in 2025. Wood pellet demand will jump from 500,000 tons to 9.5 million tons in 2025. The Japanese government has since then stopped the issuance of set price Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) subsidies for new application and replaced with a new tendering system.
With current state of domestic supply infrastructure as well as from Canada, USA & SEAsia – this demand growth raises concerns over biomass fuel availability and sustainability. How will the Japanese buyers strategize and ensure that “sustainability-certified” biomass are sourced on term contracts (wood pellet, wood chips, PKS) to feed this wave of massive requirement?
“Fate of South Korea’s new coal plants rests with its new President” ~ 31 May 2017, S&P Global Platts
South Korean wood pellet demand expected to rise sharply” ~12 July, 2017, GWMI
“SY Energy starts up South Korea's largest pellet plant” ~25 Jul 2017, Argus Media
In South Korea, biomass sourcing competition rose as IPP and biomass conversion capacity in South Korean grew, resulting soaring imports of wood pellet. Wood pellet demand is also expected to increase, given the rise in new biomass-consuming facilities scheduled to come on line in the next few years. Imports could reach over 2 million tons this year as utilities continue to transition to a broader use of biomass. The volatile REC prices discourage buyers to engage in long-term offtake agreement. With relatively lenient sustainability criteria, this demand growth has spurred rapid growth in production capacity in Vietnam to satisfy South Korean tenders.
And on a brighter note, biomass power activities are growing in Taiwan, will the domestic agricultural residues be sufficient to feed the boilers?
Register NOW to attend CMT’s 9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power conference with your team. Contact email@example.com for attractive early bird group discounts.
NOT TO BE MISSED:
Pre-conference workshop on Biomass Sourcing in Challenging Market to equip you with insights on biomass availability and cost economics;
Post-conference site visit to United Renewable Energy (URE) 20MW biomass power plant at Akita City offering you live experience of biomass utilization in power generation and stock piling facility.
Multiple Benefits to Expand Your Business Leads
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Post-Summit Site Visit to
United Renewable Energy (URE) 20MW Biomass Power Plant
(Utilising 70% wood chips & 30% PKS)
メインサミットの締めくくりは、CellMark、Enviva、Russia Forest Products (RFP) Groupからのパネリストによる「Global Supply to North Asia（北アジアへのグローバル供給）」に関するパネル討議である。その後、UREバイオマス発電所への視察訪問で4日間のサミットは終了する。
会議はCentre for Management Technology（CMT）が主催、Envivaが企業スポンサーとして参加。KAHL、Airex Energy、CPM Global Biomass Group、Control Union, Valmetが出展する。
詳細は会議のウェブサイト（ http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=180501&pu=274484 ）を参照、もしくはMs. Huiyan +65-63469113に電話でお問い合わせを。
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CMT’s 2018 Biomass Series?
Since 2008, CMT’s Biomass series evolved from and into inter-regional biomass trade and supply, biomass power projects, developments in biofuels, biomass use regulations and more. The series traveled across Europe, America and Asia – from Rotterdam to Brussels to Atlanta to Seoul to Jakarta and last year to Tokyo.
Pegged as the ‘Global Biomass Buyer-Supplier Meet’ it has connected over thousands of wood pellet, wood chip and agricultural biomass (e.g. Palm Oil, etc) producers & traders, power utilities, and technology providers.
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Pinnacle enters new off-take contracts with Japanese customers
Sumitomo to build 50-MW biomass plant in Japan
Japan fires up biomass energy, but fuel shortage looms
Japan's biomass power capacity seen growing 50% by early 2020s
FGV seeks to increase exports of palm kernel shell to Japan
China is getting serious about biomass power
Marubeni brings live 37-MW biomass plant in Japan
Goldman Sachs group to build biomass power plants in Japan
South Korea and Japan pellet imports at record high
Toshiba fires up 50-MW biomass power plant in Japan
KEPCO, Mitsubishi joint venture focused on biomass power in Japan
Indonesia, S Korea develop biomass energy
Valmet to supply multifuel boiler to Japan power plant
Japan trading houses, power companies raise biomass imports
Japan prepares for biomass power plant surge and increases imports of wood chips
Air Products plays a major part in Japan's biomass H2 production facility
Hana Financial Investment to fund a biomass power plant project
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Japanese company Sumitomo Corporation has acquired approximately 48% equity interest of Canada’s Pacific BioEnergy Corporation (PBEC). PBEC in turn has also bought 34% minority interest in Pacific BioEnergy Limited Partnership (PBLP) – giving it 100% ownership of the Prince George manufacturing facility.
Sumitomo Corp has several power generation plants in Japan and it imports a sizeable amount of wood pellets to fuel its biomass power plants in the country. This acquisition by Sumitomo is to ensure stable supply of renewable biomass feedstock for its several biomass plants in Japan in the long term.
The wood pellets produced by PBEC are of industrial scale and are mainly sold to European and Asian markets. PBEC facilities including the PBLP facility and affiliated manufacturing facilities in Chetwynd and Ft St John produces and markets over 550,000 tonnes per annum of industrial grade pellets. PBEC also has a partnership with the Nazko First Nation in Quesnel that runs a 200,000 tonne per annum Biomass Preprocessing Facility converting low grade timber into merchantable saw logs, high quality pulp chips, furnish for pellet manufacturing and hog energy fuel.
Learn more about wood pellets supplies to Japan at CMT’s 9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power on 14 - 17 May, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.
Contact Ms. Huiyan at email@example.com or call +65 6346 9113 for more details.