Recycled Energy Asia 2020,

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19-21 Feb, 2020 - Bangkok, THAILAND

Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21 Bangkok

  • Supporting Organisation
    FTI - The Federation of Thai Industries
  • Industry Partner
    Pugnatorius
  • Industry Partner
    www.ippfpowerasia.com
  • Evening Cocktail Reception Sponsor
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  • Exhibitor
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  • Promotion Partner
    biomassa.de
  • Promotion Partner
    www.bioenergyinternational.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.energybss.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.pellets-wood.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.sugar-asia.com/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenjournal.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenmatch.co.uk/boilers/biomass-boilers
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    /www.chemmarket.info/en/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenchemical.jp
  • Promotion Partner
    bgbiom.org

WtE Asia 2020 Track

 

Pre-Conference Workshop on "Sustainable Waste to Energy Projects & Structures in Asia" &
Visit to Chonburi Clean Energy Plant (limited to 30 seats only)

08:30

How to Make a Successful WTE Project

  • Project Structure & Key Economic Indicators
  • Comparison of Regulation & Incentives on Waste to Energy (WtE) in Asia with focus on South East Asia
  • Technical Solutions for Sustainable & Compliant Project

Mr. Jerome Le Borgne, Senior Project Development Manager ( SEA) / Country Manager ( Thailand)

SUEZ

Mr. Tran Trung, Project Development Manager

SUEZ

Mr. Burin Tangsilpaolarn, Project Development Manager (Recycle & Recovery)

SUEZ

11:30

End of Workshop, followed by Lunch

12:45

Bus to depart for Chonburi Clean Energy Plant

(limited to 30 registered and paid participants)

14:45

Arrive at CCE for tour, presentation, Q&A & refreshments

17:00

Bus to depart for conference hotel

19:00

Arrive at conference hotel; End of Site Visit

6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia Track


Pre-Conference Workshop (09:00 - 17:00 hrs)
Improving Global Competitiveness & Bottom Line: Best Practice for Design, Building/Retrofitting and Operation of a World Class Wood Pellet Mill

09:00

Why a well-designed & well-operated pellet mill is necessary for business, productivity & safety - What it takes to build & operate a successful pellet mill

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

10:00

Wood supply - what is good & what is bad (Includes discussion of sustainability requirements & credentials)

Mr. Matt Bovelander, Senior Consultant Bio Solutions

Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd

10:55

Proper preparation of wood fiber for introduction to drying & pressing

11:30

Pellet presses & pellet coolers - how to efficiently make durable on-spec pellets

12:15

Workshop Luncheon

13:15

Pellet quality control - what is needed to test & document pellet quality

  • Required QC at the mill & upon shipments (including documentation)

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

  • Sustainability criteria & importance of sustainability certification

Ms. Annette Bossler, Senior Market Intelligence Expert

FutureMetrics, LLC

14:15

Manpower/Staffing for pellet mill operation

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

14:30

Logistic & handling of pellet from mill to port

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

15:15

Safety - how to build safety into the design of the pellet mill and how to train the staff to operate the plant safely

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

16:00

What to include in & how to organize a preventive maintenance program

Mr. John Swaan, Senior Associate

FutureMetrics, LLC

16:45

Final Discussion & End of Workshop

Combined Morning Session

08:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00

CMT's Welcome & Chairman's Remarks

09:10

Legal Aspects for Development & Operation of Biomass & Waste-to-Energy Projects in Thailand

  • Legal requirements and the complex regulatory framework in Thailand
  • Foreign investment opportunities in Thailand’s markets – players and projects
  • Investment promotion by Thailand’s Board of Investment – scope, requirements, tactics
  • Legal aspects of location selection and the best timing for new Thai ventures

Dr. Ulrich Eder, Managing Director, German Lawyer & Tax Counsel

PUGNATORIUS Ltd.

09:40

Biomass Power & Waste to Energy Plant Developed by Chodai

  • PPP projects in Philippines & Indonesia especially in renewable energy

Mr. Satoshi Kato

Chodai Philippines Corporation

10:10

Regional Waste Management in Asia

  • Waste treatment & disposal technologies, including waste to energy plant has characteristics of economies of scale
  • To reduce construction cost per capacity, waste should be collected from wider area
  • Some central and local governments are promoting or establishing regional waste management

Mr. Michikazu Kojima, Senior Economist

Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia

10:40

Morning Coffee & Networking

11:15

Japanese & Korean Biomass Market Demand & Import Outlook

  • South Korean pellet demand & key policy drivers
  • Japanese pellet demand in the context of a changing energy market

Ms. Annette Bossler, Senior Market Intelligence Expert

FutureMetrics, LLC

11:45

Japanese Importer's Perspective on Asian Biomass Supplies

12:15

Supplier’s Perspective on the Korean RPS (RECs); Impact on Korean’s Biomass Imports & Prices

Mr. Craig Jackson, VP

CellMark Asia Pte Ltd

12:45

Networking Luncheon & Discussion

WtE Asia 2020 Track

14:00

Afternoon Chairman’s Introduction

14:01

Regulatory Push for Energy from Waste & Biomass in SE Asia

Indonesia

Mr. Edi Bahtiar, Head, Regional Solid Waste Management

West Java Province Environmental Agency

Vietnam

14:50

Managing WtE Operations & Supply Chain in Thailand

  • Overall WTE industry in Thailand
  • Difficulties in developing & challenge of WTE in Thailand
  • Successful projects & developing projects

Mr. Jormsup Lochaya, Chairman

Super Energy Corporation

15:15

Afternoon Tea & Networking

15:40

Development of "Zero-Waste City” in China

  • "Zero-waste city” & waste sorting
  • Pilot program of waste sorting & challenges in China
  • China Everbright’s concept & business plans on waste sorting

Mr. Yan Gu, Vice President

Everbright Ecological Resources (Shenzhen) Limited

16:05

New Waste to Energy Concept in Singapore - Reducing the Stress on Landfilling

  • Singapore’s aspirations on reducing waste generation that end up in the landfill
  • Introducing high temperature slagging gasification as valuable option to incineration technology in Singapore’s context
  • Industrial engagement through technology test bedding in waste to energy research facility

Mr. Grzegorz Lisak, Asst. Prof. & Director, Residues & Resource Reclamation Center

Nanyang Technological University - Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute

16:30

ReOil – OMV’s Pace to Circular Economy

  • Sustainable economy
  • Plastic to Oil
  • Chemical Recycling
  • Post-Consumer Plastic (PCP)

Dr. Stefan Pirker, Head of Technology and Innovation Mgmt Plastic to Oil

OMV Refining & Marketing Gmbh

16:55

Developing Waste-to-Jetfuel Facilities – Business Drivers & Opportunities

  • Why aviation needs low carbon jet fuel
  • The opportunities for waste to fuel production
  • Reality of the world’s first waste to jet fuel biorefinery
  • Opportunities in Asia

Mr. Jeff Ovens, Managing Director - UK and Europe

Fulcrum BioEnergy

17:25

End of Day TWO

17:30

Networking Cocktail Reception for ALL Speakers & Participants of Recycled Energy Asia 2020

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Combined Morning Session

08:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00

CMT's Welcome & Chairman's Remarks

09:10

Legal Aspects for Development & Operation of Biomass & Waste-to-Energy Projects in Thailand

  • Legal requirements and the complex regulatory framework in Thailand
  • Foreign investment opportunities in Thailand’s markets – players and projects
  • Investment promotion by Thailand’s Board of Investment – scope, requirements, tactics
  • Legal aspects of location selection and the best timing for new Thai ventures

Dr. Ulrich Eder, Managing Director, German Lawyer & Tax Counsel

PUGNATORIUS Ltd.

09:40

Biomass Power & Waste to Energy Plant Developed by Chodai

  • PPP projects in Philippines & Indonesia especially in renewable energy

Mr. Toshimichi Hosoya, Vice President

Chodai Philippines Corporation

10:10

Regional Waste Management in Asia

  • Waste treatment & disposal technologies, including waste to energy plant has characteristics of economies of scale
  • To reduce construction cost per capacity, waste should be collected from wider area
  • Some central and local governments are promoting or establishing regional waste management

Mr. Michikazu Kojima, Senior Economist

Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia

10:40

Morning Coffee & Networking

11:15

Japanese & Korean Biomass Market Demand & Import Outlook

11:45

Japanese Importer's Perspective on Asian Biomass Supplies

12:15

Supplier’s Perspective on the Korean RPS (RECs); Impact on Korean’s Biomass Imports & Prices

Mr. Craig Jackson, VP

CellMark Asia Pte Ltd

12:45

Networking Luncheon & Discussion

6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia Track

14:00

Afternoon Chairman’s Introduction

14:05

Spirit of Biomass Utilization in Indonesia

  • Perspective of PKS supplies
  • Drivers for biomass utilization in industrial boilers
  • Success story of Unilever Indonesia & Mulia Ceramics on fuel substitution

Mr. Rifky Baladraf

PT. Shabeeh Energy Indonesia

14:40

Indonesia as a World Player in Wood Pellet Biomass Business?

  • Forest in Asia; Indonesia's forest for today & tomorrow
  • Wood pellet raw material availability 
  • Indonesia – a strategic source for wood pellet production

Mr. Ichsan Maulana, President Director

PT. Energi Biomassa Indonesia

15:10

Malaysia's Biomass Supply Outlook & BioEnergy Landscape

Mr. David Wong Chiung Cheng, Executive Director

Rainbow Pellet Sdn Bhd

15:40

Afternoon Tea & Networking

16:10

Panel - Responding to Japan & Korea’s Demand & Sustainability Requirement

17:00

End of Day TWO

17:05

Networking Cocktail Reception for ALL Speakers & Participants of Recycled Energy Asia 2020

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WtE Asia 2020 Track

09:00

CMT's Welcome & Chairman's Remarks

09:05

Development of WtE projects in South East Asia

Alexander Skaria, Engineering Director

Poyry Energy Ltd

09:30

Public Private Partnerships in Infrastructure: Opportunities, Challenges and Lessons Learned in the WTE sector

Mr. Allard Nooy, CEO

InfraCo Asia Development Ptd. Ltd.

09:55

Panel - Project Financing & Bankability Requirement

Mr. Allard Nooy, CEO

InfraCo Asia Development Ptd. Ltd.

10:25

Morning Coffee & Networking

10:55

Zero Waste - Innovative Approaches to Comprehensive Waste Management

 

Mr. Burin Tangsilpaolarn, Project Development Manager (Recycle & Recovery)

SUEZ

11:25

WtE Technology Development for Cleaner Environment & Plans on in Asia

Mr. Qichao Shao, Chief Representative, Vietnam

China Everbright International Limited

11:55

Advancing WtE from Japan

12:25

Final Discussion & Closing Luncheon

14:00

End of Conference

6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia Track

09:00

CMT's Welcome & Chairman's Remarks

09:05

BioGas in Thailand & Asia

Mitigation of Construction Risks in Biomass Power Plant Projects

Mr. Peter Heinzelmann, SVP , Global Sales & Project Management

Pöyry

09:40

Achieving Zero-Waste in Palm Oil Production Value Chain

10:15

Morning Coffee & Networking

10:50

Good Wood, Bad Wood – Case Studies from New Zealand & Vietnam

  • Regional biomass overview
  • Sustainable biomass
  • The carbon question
  • Case Studies - New Zealand: Heading toward Carbon Neutrality; Vietnam: National Efforts in Certification)

Mr. Matt Bovelander, Senior Consultant Bio Solutions

Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd

11:20

Diversification of Biomass Feedstock Sources for Industrial Applications into Agri-Residues & Woody Encroachment

  • What is driving the global need for more sustainable biomass feedstock for industrial use
  • How diversification of biomass feedstock intake including agri-residues & woody encroachment can widen & enlarge feedstock availability
  • How to manage agri-residues & woody encroachment product quality to meet industrial applicability
  • How to assure sustainability of agri-residues & woody encroachment

Mr. Maarten Gnoth, Director

Hinterland Management

12:00

Final Discussion & Closing Luncheon

14:00

End of Conference

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