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8th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power

第8回 バイオマス・ペレット会議 ~貿易と発電~

15-18 May, 2017 - Tokyo, JAPAN

Tokyo Marriott Hotel

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15 May, 2017 - Monday

Pre-Conference Workshop 1

Experience in Large Scale Co-Firing & with Various Biomass Types

(09:00 – 17:00 hrs.)

Biomass co-firing expert speakers from Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

 

Workshop Agenda

 

09:00 Workshop Registration & Morning Coffee
09:30 EU/Dutch Biomass Co-Firing Policies: Driver, Implementation, Policy Shift, Future Outlook, etc
• Outset:  Strategic policy  framework for biomass co-firing; Company  RE ambitions, 
• The Beginning:  timeline  of  implementation, operations  
• Mid-way: feedstock diversification;  revisions of hardware; new technologies;  stop of subsidies; 
• Current situation: Co-firing revitalized; 
• The Future: Black pellets;  biorefinery
10:00 Insights for Japanese Policy Makers & Utilities
11:00 ECN’s Joint Experience with SIX Trialled & Tested Co-Firing Strategies: Insights from Experience, Dos & Don’ts, etc
• Transport: taking in of the biomass/ logistics/ trader insights?
• Handling+ storage on-site
• Grinding/milling + feeding
• Challenges in combustion processes: slagging, fouling, emissions
• Combustion optimization
• Post Combustion Processes (Gas Treatment, Emissions & etc)  
• Health, Safety & Security
12:30 Lunch Reception & Refreshments
13:30 Co-Firing Experience in Smart Blending & Biomass Feedstock Diversification
• Residues (PKS, EFB, etc), Wood Pellet, Wood Chip, Black Pellet
15:30 New Developments
• Gasification/Indirect Co-Firing
• Update on Black Pellet market developments
16:45 Conclusion & Final Discussion
17:00 End of Workshop

Dr. Mariusz K Cieplik, Project Manager, Biomass and Energy
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
15 May, 2017 - Monday

Pre-Conference Workshop 2

From Residues to Plantations: Changes in Biomass Supply & Sourcing

to Meet the North Asian Demand

(09:00 – 17:00 hrs.)

Regional biomass & forestry management expert speakers from Indufor, New Forest Asset Management, Global Forest Partners, Futuremetrics, Ata Marie, Renewable Energy Institute & ECN.

 

09:00

Workshop Registration

09:30

Introduction – From Residues to Plantation: Securing Biomass Resources

Introduction – From Residues to Plantation: Securing Biomass Resources

Ata Marie Group Ltd
09:45

Dedicated Biomass Plantations: The Current Landscape

10:15

Coffee Refreshment & Discussion

10:30

Choosing Your Biomass: Options in Wood & Non-Wood Short Rotation Crops

11:10

Managing the Biomass Plantation: Asset Management & Operational Considerations

Ata Marie Group Ltd
11:50

Sustainability & Certification of Biomass Based products

Renewable Energy Institute

13:00

Lunch Reception & Refreshments

14:00

Investment Options for Dedicated Energy Biomass Plantations

New Forests Asset Management Pty Ltd
15:15

What about the Buyer? User Perspectives & Matching Biomass with Specific Energy Configuration

Mr. Michiel Carbo, Project Manager - biosyngas, bioSNG and BECCS
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
16:00

Panel Discussion

16:30

Final Discussion & End of Workshop

16 May, 2017 - Tuesday

08:00

Registration and Coffee

09:00

Chairman’s Welcome & Remarks

Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.
09:10

Growth of Japan’s Biomass Demand & Import Outlook

09:45

Updates on South Korea's Biomass Power Sector & Demand/Import Requirement

10:15

Recent Development of Japanese Law regarding Biomass Power Project

Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu
10:45

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

11:30

Challenges & Opportunities for Biomass Heating in China

China Renewable Energy Industry Association
12:00

China & Taiwan: Emergent New Markets in North Asian Biomass Trade

12:30

Discussion followed Networking Luncheon Reception

14:00

Afternoon's Chairman

14:10

Growth of Biomass Power Capacity in the Asia-Pacific Region & Corresponding Demand Expansion for Biomass

  • Power projects in the pipeline – focus on South Korea, Japan & China
  • Subsidies & incentives driving growth in the region
  • What will the new projects mean for wood pellet & other biomass demand in the region?

14:40

Sustainability Requirement & Cost Efficiency of Oil Palm Biomass (PKS, EFB, Palm Pellets & etc) for Biomass Power

Malaysia Biomass Industries Confederation

Sustainability Requirement & Cost Efficiency of Oil Palm Biomass (PKS, EFB, Palm Pellets & etc) for Biomass Power

15:10

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

15:45

Japanese Biomass Demand Shift – Analysis of Increasing Japanese Biomass Demand, Requirement for a Multiple Feedstock Strategy & Solutions Required to Increase Supply Stability

Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.
16:15

Panel: Oil Palm Biomass Markets in SE Asia - Supply Competitiveness to North Asia

Fuji Biomass Energy Sdn. Bhd.

Asia Resource Partners Pte. Ltd.

Ata Marie Group Ltd
17:00

Pre-Cocktail Sponsor's Address - Sustainability & Transparency Key to Long-Term Biomass Adoption

17:20

Discussion followed by End of Day 1

17:30

Networking Cocktail Reception @ Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Exhibition

Sponsored by

 

17 May, 2017 - Wednesday

08:00

Breakfast Talk

The US Wood Pellet Supply Chain: Secure, Sustainable & Accessible

Learn more about the US wood pellet supply chain, including feedstock availability, sustainability, and export infrastructure from the major players in US production.  The leading US pellet producers and exporters will discuss the current market and future opportunities for sourcing a secure supply of pellets from the US.

 

Panel of speakers from US Industrial Pellet Association

 

Hosted and Sponsored by

US Industrial Pellet Association (USIPA)
09:00

Chairman’s Remarks

Renewable Energy Institute
09:05

IPP Biomass Power Operation in Japan – eRex’s Experience with Current Operation & Biomass Requirements

09:35

Various Biomass Utilization Technologies

  • Development & future perspective on IHI Biomass Gasification  technology
  • Actual project introduction on IHI Biomass combustion technology (Kagoshima’s Project)

10:00

Mass-Yield Loss & Heating Value Uplift during Steam Explosion Treatment of Hard Wood

10:30

Networking Refreshments @ Biomass Pellet Trade & Power Exhibition

Sponsored by

11:10

Thai Wood Pellet Market Update & Supply Outlook for North Asia

  • Thailand wood pellets situation: Past & Present 
  • Thailand can be one of the big player on the market for North Asia
  • Market Expectation from North Asia for Thai wood pellet

BioPellets Thailand Co Ltd
11:40

Pathways for the US to Provide Secure, Sustainable Supply of Pellets to Asian Markets

  • Overview of the US pellet market, including sustainability aspects, available wood fiber, current market demands, and export capacity
  • Discussion on long-term contracts and securing a sustainable renewable fuel supply

US Industrial Pellet Association (USIPA)
12:05

Review of the Western Canadian Wood Pellet Supply Chain to Asia

  • Identify main companies, their financial stability
  • Review how fibre supply is obtained and delivered to the plant
  • Plant operations
  • Environmental and labour laws
  • Transportation from plant to port using rail
  • Review of port operations and capacity at each port
  • Shipping - bulk and container
  • Destinations

12:40

Networking Luncheon Reception

14:00

Afternoon's Chairman

Mr. Brodie Govan, Biomass Broker
Voyage Power Ltd
14:05

Key Asian Trading Routes & Competing Pellet Pricing from North America, Russia & South East Asia

Mr. Brodie Govan, Biomass Broker
Voyage Power Ltd
14:30

Global Wood Pellet Producers Panel

  • Discover which regions have supplied the most pellets to Asia in 2016
  • Insight into the pellet pricing from supply hubs in several continents
  • Analysis of pellet pricing and projections for the year ahead

Moderated by:

Mr. Brodie Govan, Biomass Broker
Voyage Power Ltd

US

Canada

Mr. Vaughan Bassett, Senior Vice President, Sales & Logistics
Pinnacle Renewable Energy

Baltics

Mr. Raul Kirjanen, CEO
AS Graanul Invest

Vietnam

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

Australia

15:30

Final Discussion followed by End of Conference

17 May, 2017 - Wednesday

(Separately Bookable)

Post Conference Networking Dinner

(17:00 – 21:00 hrs.)

(Dress code – Casual)

16:45

Adjourn to Kirin Beer Village at Yokohama

18:00

BBQ Dinner & Drinks

20:00

End of Dinner, Depart for Hotel

18 May, 2017 - Thursday

(Separately Bookable)

 Site visit to Biomass Power Plants & Biomass Storage Facilities 

in Nagoya & Handa, Aichi Prefecture

(07:00 - 18:30 hrs.)

 

07:00

Registration at Tokyo Marriott Hotel Lobby

07:10

Depart for Shinagawa JR Station

07:40

Shinkansen Ride to Nagoya

09:30

Bus to Handa Red Brick Building (Presentations by Hosts from Gas & Power AND Summit Energy, followed by Q&A)

12:30

Lunch Reception (Japanese Lunch Set)

13:30

Bus Tour of the Region's Power Plants (from the outside) & Biomass Stockyard

View from the Bus Tour of Gas & Power & Summit Handa's Power Plant Facilities, Biomass Stockyard at Port of Kinuura and then to Chita Wan Bay for Macro View of the Region's Biomass Power Plants (Gas & Power, Summit Handa, Chubu Hekinan & Taketoyo)

16:26

Shinkansen Ride to Shinagawa JR

18:10

Bus Transport From Shinagawa JR Station to Tokyo Marriott

18:30

Arrive at Tokyo Marriott; End of Site Visit

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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

会議参加者
木材ペレット・木材チップの製造業者及び取引業者|パームオイル及び製糖工場オーナー|農業廃棄物(パーム核シェル、椰子の殻空房、さとうきびバガス、籾殻)のアグリゲーター及びマーケター|発電事業者、独立発電事業者、産業用発電及び熱電供給工場|農業、林業、プランテーションの各企業|生産物ブローカー及び分析者|木材加工業者|配送業者及びブローカー(バラ積み乾貨物)|政府関係者/監督機関|製紙業者、ペレット化設備/技術業者|取引/プロジェクト金融業者|廃棄物/クリーン開発メカニズム取引業者|環境エンジニア

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