Session 10
Biofuels/Bioproducts Commercialization and Economics Sponsored by Abengoa Bioenergy New Technologies
Wednesday, April 30, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:25 AM
Grand Ballroom A-C, lobby level (Hilton Clearwater Beach)
Mads Pedersen - BioGasol ApS, Ballerup, and Maha Dakar - KATZEN International, Cincinnati, OH
Advanced biofuels technologies are starting to emerge from the laboratory and enter the commercial marketplace. Speakers in this session will describe current efforts and progress in techno-economic analysis, pilot studies, scale-up, demonstrating and commercialization of advanced biofuels/biorefining technologies. In addition, this session will contain selected presentations discussing the issues related to delivery and use of alternative fuels in society including delivery logistics, and engine manufacturer acceptance of alternative fuels.

Commercial plant to produce ethanol from bagasse using Iogen's process
Brian Foody and Jeffrey S. Tolan, Iogen Corporation, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Realities of cellulosic ethanol commercialization
Douglas B. Rivers, Research & Development, ICM, Inc., St. Joseph, MO
Feasibility study of commercial scale continuous pretreatment by techno-economic evaluation
Martin Hostrup, Mads Berthinus Pedersen, Magnus Hallas-Møller, Jacob Birke Reves, Mattias Ljunggren and Rune Skovgaard-Petersen, BioGasol ApS, Ballerup, Denmark
Advanced biofuels commercialization barriers and bridges
Philip W. Madson, KATZEN International, Inc, Cincinnati, OH
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