Programme
 
 
 

Topic: BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Monday, 06 June 2016
Room: LOUNGES
13:30 - 15:00
Session code: 4AV.1 Market deployment and sustainability issues of biomass production
Session Description

In this session various topics related to market deployment will be presented, such as modelling of various markets, impacts of policies, financing and investments. Solid, liquid and gaseous biomass carriers are included.
The session also presents criteria and methodologies employed in assessing sustainability issues of biomass production, trade and use.



Chairpersons:


Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ , Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM





Maurizio COCCHI , ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Mónica PINHEIRO
Direcção Geral de Energia e Geologia, DEIR Dpt., PORTUGAL

Layers of Dependency of Renewable Energy Technologies: The Case of Forest Biomass

Session reference: 4AV.1.3
Anouk MERTENS
ILVO & Ghent University, Social Sciences Unit & Agricultural Economics Dpt., BELGIUM

Can Resource Competition be Beneficial? A Case Study for the Development of a Corn Stover Market in Flanders

Session reference: 4AV.1.4
Jan LINDSTEDT
J Lindstedt Lindab, SWEDEN

ED95 a Verified Climate Effective Alternative for Diesel in Trucks

Session reference: 4AV.1.8
Nicolae BADEA
Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Automation and Electrical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA

Biomass in Romania - From Potential to Legal Incentives and Full Deployment

Session reference: 4AV.1.11
Seungwoo KANG
MINES ParisTech, Centre for Applied Mathematics, FRANCE

Contribution of Global CO2 Emissions Pledges to Bioenergy Market Expansion: A Long-term Analysis of Bioenergy Trade Using TIAM-FR Model

Session reference: 4AV.1.12
Michael PAIK
Lantern Advisory & Investments, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Flexible Fuel Combustion Systems, Using Waste &/or Biomass, for Industrial Steam Generation: South Korean Models in Economic Operation and Financing

Session reference: 4AV.1.17
Joop SPIJKER
Alterra Wageningen UR, Team Nature & Society, THE NETHERLANDS

Development of Forest Biomass Harvesting Guidelines Based on Assessing Changes in Soil Nutrient Status

Session reference: 4AV.1.19
Kay SUWELACK
Fraunhofer INT, GERMANY

An Approach to Unify the Appraisal Framework for Biorefinery Systems and First Cuts to its Application

Session reference: 4AV.1.25
Georgios-Archimidis TSALIDIS
Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Life Cycle Assessment: the Functional Unit and Avoided Emissions Effect

Session reference: 4AV.1.29
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Integrated Assessment of Social and Environmental Impacts of Transport Fuels - The Potential and Policy Relevance of Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment

Session reference: 4AV.1.30
Monday, 06 June 2016
Room: LOUNGES
15:15 - 16:45
Session code: 4AV.2 Environmental effects of biomass
Session Description

In this session various topics related to environmental impact of different biomass chains and bioenergy applications will be presented.



Chairpersons:


Jacopo GIUNTOLI , European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS





Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Maria GRAHN
Chalmers University of Technology, Energy & Environment Dpt., SWEDEN

The Cost-Effectiveness of Electrofuels in Comparison to Biofuels and other Alternative Fuels for Transport in a Low Carbon Future

Session reference: 4AV.2.4
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Biofuels and Ecosystem Services

Session reference: 4AV.2.5
Carmen LAGO RODRÍGUEZ
CIEMAT, Energy Dpt., SPAIN

Use of Pv Solar Panels for Irrigation in Sorghum Bicolor Cultivation. How Can Solar Energy Help to Reduce Carbon Footprint of Energy Crops?.

Session reference: 4AV.2.6
Nicholas CLARKE
Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY

Short-Term Effects of Wood Ash Return to Forest

Session reference: 4AV.2.7
Francesco CHERUBINI
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

Old Versus New Wood Stove Technology for Domestic Heating in Norway: Environmental Impacts and Costs

Session reference: 4AV.2.8
Elena BORJABAD
CIEMAT, Energy, SPAIN

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Associated to Particulate matter in Combustion of Residual Biomass

Session reference: 4AV.2.11
Rory F. D. MONAGHAN
National University of Ireland,Galway, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., IRELAND

Life Cycle Assessment of Biomethane Production Via a Nationwide Systems of Gasification and Methanation for Ireland.

Session reference: 4AV.2.14
Raghu KC
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

Decentralized Use of Torrefied Pellets in South-Savo Region of Finland: Environmental and Economical Assessment

Session reference: 4AV.2.15
Christine KNOOP
Brandenburg University of Technology, Geopedology and Landscape Development, GERMANY

Conditioning of Residues from Anaerobic Digestion of Municipal Organic Waste with Regard to its Use as Soil Amendment

Session reference: 4AV.2.16
Elke BRANDES
Iowa State University, Agronomy Dpt., USA

An Economic Case for Cropland Diversification through Sub-Field Profitability Analysis

Session reference: 4AV.2.17
Klaus THUNEKE
Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Biogenic Fuels, Lubricants and Process Materials, GERMANY

Real Driving Emissions of Vegetable Oil Fuelled Tractors

Session reference: 4AV.2.24
Klaus THUNEKE
Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Biogenic Fuels, Lubricants and Process Materials, GERMANY

Biomethane Fuelled Tractor - Operation Experiences and Emission Behaviour

Session reference: 4AV.2.25
Elzbieta JAROSZ-KRZEMINSKA
AGH University of Science and Technology, Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection Dpt., POLAND

Assessment of Utilization Potential of Biomass Combustion Fly Ash in Poland

Session reference: 4AV.2.27
Evelyn HEUGENS
RIVM, Centre for Safety of Substances and Products, THE NETHERLANDS

A Tiered Decision Framework for the Development of Safe and Sustainable Biobased Chemicals and Products

Session reference: 4AV.2.28
Karoline WOWRA
TU Darmstadt, Institute IWAR, GERMANY

Mitigating Indirect Land Use Change from EU Biofuel Demand: Scenario Analysis of Regional Governance

Session reference: 4AV.2.31
Jean-Philippe AURAMBOUT
European Commission , DG JRC, ITALY

An Integrated Spatial-Environmental Sustainability Assessment of Bioeconomy Value Chains

Session reference: 4AV.2.32
Ana Luisa FERNANDO
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL

Assessment of Site-specific Environmental Impacts of Bioenergy and Bio-based Products from Perennial Grasses Cultivated on Marginal Land in the Mediterranean Region

Session reference: 4AV.2.33
Anna DUDEN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Forest Carbon Balance Assessment of Wood Pellet Production in the Southern United States

Session reference: 4AV.2.39
Claudia BULGHERONI
European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, ITALY

Lignocellulosic Ethanol From Rice Straw: Climate Impacts And Greenhouse Gas Emissions From A Medium-Size Commercial-Scale Plant

Session reference: 4AV.2.40
Edward SMEETS
LEI Wageningen UR, International Policy Division, THE NETHERLANDS

Land Use and Bioethanol Production in Brazil: A Brazilian and Global Perspective

Session reference: 4AV.2.41
Monday, 06 June 2016
Room: LOUNGES
17:00 - 18:30
Session code: 4AV.3 Opportunities and strategies for bioeconomy
Session Description

The session has been structured to include modelling assessment on biomass supply, socio-economic and employment issues related to bioenergy and biorefineries, and opportunities for bioeconomy at regional level.



Chairpersons:


Ruben GUISSON , VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Biomass Sustainable Transition, BELGIUM





Werner ORTINGER , Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agricolture & Forestry, Renewable Natural Resources Dpt., GERMANY





Birger KERCKOW , FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, European and International Cooperation, GERMANY





Mirjam RÖDER , University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Monica PADELLA
European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, ITALY

GHG Savings and Production Costs of First and Second Generation Biofuels

Session reference: 4AV.3.1
Birka WICKE
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Lessons Learned for a Sustainable Bioeconomy from Collaboration between Bottom-Up Technical Assessments, a Top-Down Economic Model and an Integrated Assessment Model

Session reference: 4AV.3.2
Mirjam RÖDER
University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Sweet Energy - Bioenergy Pathways from Sugarcane Residues in South Africa

Session reference: 4AV.3.3
Jhuma SADHUKHAN
University of Surrey, Centre for Environmental Strategy, UNITED KINGDOM

Waste Refining Recovering Resources for Sustainable Bio-Based Economy

Session reference: 4AV.3.4
Ellen SOLDAL
Ostfold Research, NORWAY

A Tool for Management of Forests and Forest Products in a Life Cycle Perspective

Session reference: 4AV.3.5
Anna Liza BAIS
Alpen-Adria University, Institute of Social Ecology, AUSTRIA

Student Awardee
Assessing Resource Efficiency Gains And Ghg Emission Reductions Of Cascading In The Wood Sector


Session reference: 4AV.3.9
Marnix BRINKMAN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Socio-Economic Effects of Biofuel Expansion on Micro-Regional Level in Brazil

Session reference: 4AV.3.10
Paola MAZZUCCHELLI
EUREC, BELGIUM

Knowledge Centre Renewable Energy Jobs- A Snapshot of Employment in the Biomass Sector

Session reference: 4AV.3.11
Line RYDSÅ
SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Cenbio - Enabling Sustainable and Cost-Efficient Bioenergy Industry in Norway

Session reference: 4AV.3.13
Edward SMEETS
LEI Wageningen UR, International Policy Division, THE NETHERLANDS

Sustainable Bioenergy Supply Strategies: Uncertainties, Synergies and Trade-Offs

Session reference: 4AV.3.15
Stefano CAPACCIOLI
ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Bioenergy Division, ITALY

Socio-Economic Benefits of Small Anaerobic Digestion Systems

Session reference: 4AV.3.16
Rommie VAN DER WEIDE
Wageningen UR/PPO-PRI, Applied Plant Research, THE NETHERLANDS

Valorising Side Streams in Circular Animal Feed: Opportunities and Challenges

Session reference: 4AV.3.17
Hana MANDOVA
University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

Biomass Opportunities in Iron and Steel Making - Can biomass increase the competitiveness of this industry?

Session reference: 4AV.3.19
Raphael SLADE
Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Mobilising Rice Straw for Bioenergy: The Effectiveness of Policymaking and Implementation in Asia

Session reference: 4AV.3.20
Werner ORTINGER
Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agricolture & Forestry, Renewable Natural Resources Dpt., GERMANY

Bavaria’s Bioeconomy Strategy

Session reference: 4AV.3.21
Manjola BANJA
European Commission, DG JRC, Renewable and Energy Efficiency, ITALY

Bioenergy Roadmap in Danube Region: Role of European Union 2020 Strategy

Session reference: 4AV.3.22
Gianni FACCIOTTO
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research & Economics, Produzioni legnose fuori foresta, ITALY

Socio-Economic Aspects of Biomass Production within Ecological Focus Areas in Italy

Session reference: 4AV.3.24
Jorge Andres MONCADA-ESCUDERO
Delft University of Technology / Utrecht University, Energy & Industry, Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS

The Role of Institutions on the Emergence of the German Biodiesel Supply Chain: Exploring the Path Dependency and Policy Interactions

Session reference: 4AV.3.25
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Socio-Technical and Institutional Issues Affecting Forest-Derived Transport Biofuel Emergence in Sweden

Session reference: 4AV.3.26
Ioannis DAFNOMILIS
Delft University of Technology, Maritime and Transport Technology, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioenergy Development in Northwest Europe - The Netherlands as a Case Study

Session reference: 4AV.3.30
Antti KARHUNEN
Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND

Promoting the Use of Biomass In Small-Scale Energy Production in Rural Areas

Session reference: 4AV.3.31
Mika LAIHANEN
Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND

Development in Utilization of Renewable Energy Sources in the Region of South-Savo

Session reference: 4AV.3.32
Enrico Giovanni FACCI
AzzeroCO2, Research and Development Dpt., ITALY

Increasing Social Awareness and Acceptance of Biogas and Biomethane - ISAAC

Session reference: 4AV.3.33
Cristina LANDT
Roskilde University, People and Technology Dpt., DENMARK

Biogas Planning in Denmark

Session reference: 4AV.3.36
Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO
CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN

Agricultural Pruning as Biomass Resource: Generation, Potentials and Current Fates. An Approach to its State in Europe

Session reference: 4AV.3.37
Joana PORTUGAL PEREIRA
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Energy Planning Program, BRAZIL

Innovation Priorities In Brazil´s Bioenergy Sector: An Integrated Modelling Assessment

Session reference: 4AV.3.41
Calliope PANOUTSOU
Imperial College London, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, UNITED KINGDOM

Integrated Policies for the Efficient Use of Indigenous European Biomass Value Chains

Session reference: 4AV.3.43
Sajid LATIF
University of Hohenheim, Agricultural Engineering in the Tropics and Subtropics, GERMANY

Characterisation of Corncob Biochar and Phytotoxic Effects of Different Biochar treatments on Seed Germination of Cress (Lepidium sativum)

Session reference: 4AV.3.45
Mihail HANZU
Romanian National Forest Research Institute, Forest Biometrics Dpt., ROMANIA

Innovative Indicator for Finding Optimal Biomass Strategic Policies

Session reference: 4AV.3.46
Tuesday, 07 June 2016
Room: AUDITORIUM
17:00 - 18:30
Sustainability, certification and standards
Session code: 4BO.13 Sustainability considerations moving to the biobased economy and trade
Session Description

The session centers on sustainability criteria of biomass production, use and trade with a growing focus on the biobased economy.



Chairpersons:


Alexa LUTZENBERGER , Leuphana University, GERMANY





Evelyne THIFFAULT , Laval University, Wood and Forest Science, CANADA





PRESENTERS
Martijn BROEREN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Sustainability Indicators for the Biobased Economy

Session reference: 4BO.13.1
Uwe R. FRITSCHE
IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY

Approach to Evaluating Sustainability of Lignocellulosic Biomass Delivery Pathways within the S2BIOM Project

Session reference: 4BO.13.2
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Consideration to Highly Biodiverse Grasslands in Sustainability Certification and other Regulation: Implications for Bioenergy Supply Potentials

Session reference: 4BO.13.3
Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ
Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Socio-Economic Methodoloy For Biomass Trade Assessment. Sustanable Lignocellulosic Biomass Potential In Santa Catarina, Brazil

Session reference: 4BO.13.4
Benoit GABRIELLE
AgroParisTech - INRA, Functional Ecology of Agro-Ecosystems, FRANCE

Cost-Benefit Analysis of First- and Second-Generation Biofuels Based on an Economic Valuation of Life-Cycle Impacts

Session reference: 4BO.13.5
Wednesday, 08 June 2016
Room: G102
08:30 - 10:00
Market implementation, investments & financing
Session code: 4CO.2 Bioenergy markets, trade and deployment
Session Description

In this session various topics related to market deployment will be presented, such as modelling of various markets, impacts of policies, financing and investments.



Chairpersons:


Carlo HAMELINCK , Ecofys, THE NETHERLANDS





Martin JUNGINGER , Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Luc PELKMANS
VITO, Separation & Conversion Processes, BELGIUM

Results of a Global Survey on International Biomass Trade for Energy: Opportunities, Risks and Policy Options

Session reference: 4CO.2.1
James HENDERSON
Mississippi State University, FWRC-Forestry, USA

The Economic Impact of Wood Pellet Production to the U.S. South

Session reference: 4CO.2.2
Fabian SCHIPFER
Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group, AUSTRIA

Student Awardee
Modelling Wood Pellet Trade Based on Monthly Trade Flow Statistics and Expert Interviews


Session reference: 4CO.2.3
Jorge Andres MONCADA-ESCUDERO
Delft University of Technology / Utrecht University, Energy & Industry, Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-Evolution of Oilseed Markets with Liquid Biofuels Markets: Policy Interactions and Trading Patterns

Session reference: 4CO.2.4
Kees KWANT
Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioenergy and Biopower Targets in South Africa

Session reference: 4CO.2.5
Wednesday, 08 June 2016
Room: AUDITORIUM
10:15 - 11:00
BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Session code: 4CP.1 Challenges for large scale utilisation of biomass
Session Description

Key issues associated with climate impact implications of CO2 fluxes in bioenergy systems and expanded role of sustainable non-food biomass supply and delivery in the European biobased economy are analysed in this session.



Chairpersons:


Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ , Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Keynote presentation

Francesco CHERUBINI
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

Unraveling the Knot Between CO2 Emissions from Bioenergy and Climate Change

Session reference: 4CP.1.1
Calliope PANOUTSOU
Imperial College London, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, UNITED KINGDOM

Vision for 1 Billion Tonnes Lignocellulosic Biomass in Europe by 2030

Session reference: 4CP.1.2
Wednesday, 08 June 2016
Room: G102
13:30 - 15:00
Biomass strategies and policies
Session code: 4CO.6 How to mobilise biomass?
Session Description

This session deals with evaluations on different aspects related to biomass mobilisation and supply chain.



Chairpersons:


Birger KERCKOW , FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, European and International Cooperation, GERMANY





Mirjam RÖDER , University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Deepayan DEBNATH
University of Missouri, Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, USA

Consequences of Global Biofuel Policies on Agricultural Commodity/ Feedstock Markets

Session reference: 4CO.6.1
  Invited

Session reference: 4CO.6.2
Zoltán SZABÓ
Pannonia Ethanol, HUNGARY

Europe’s Neglected Sustainable Biomass Potential

Session reference: 4CO.6.3
Pekka KAUPPI
University of Helsinki, Department of the Environment, FINLAND

To Harvest or to Save? - Forests and Climate Mitigation

Session reference: 4CO.6.4
Magdalena BORZECKA-WALKER
Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Bioeconomy and System Analysis Dpt., POLAND

Wood Production from SCR Plantation - A New Big chance for Polish Bioeconomy

Session reference: 4CO.6.5
David SANCHEZ GONZALEZ
CENER-Spanish Renewable Energy Centre, Biomass Dpt., SPAIN

Towards the Development of a European Bioenergy Trade Strategy for 2020 and Beyond (BioTrade2020plus Project)

Session reference: 4CO.6.6
Wednesday, 08 June 2016
Room: G102
15:15 - 16:45
Biomass strategies and policies
Session code: 4CO.10 How to create stable markets?
Session Description

This session presents different scenarios on business sector barriers and opportunities related to bioenergy policies.



Chairpersons:


Laura LONZA , European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY





Floor VAN DER HILST , Utrecht University, Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Gino BAUDRY
University of Nantes, LEMNA, FRANCE

Assessing Stakeholder Support for Different Biofuel Options in France By 2030: A Range Based Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Model

Session reference: 4CO.10.1
Rebecca MAWHOOD
Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

The Critical Role of Non-Grower Stakeholders in the Energy Crops Value Chain: An Agent-Based Modelling Approach to Evaluating Targeted Policy Support

Session reference: 4CO.10.2
Joana PORTUGAL PEREIRA
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Energy Planning Program, BRAZIL

Reshaping the Brazil’s Policy Framework to Enhance Bioenergy Innovation Technologies under a Low Carbon Future

Session reference: 4CO.10.3
Torsten SCHMIDT-BAUM
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems, GERMANY

Bioenergy 4 Business - Solid Biomass for Heat Purposes in Business Sector Barrieres and Opportunities

Session reference: 4CO.10.4
Christiane HENNIG
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Scenarios and Implications of Bioenergy Policy Change

Session reference: 4CO.10.5
Wednesday, 08 June 2016
Room: G102
17:00 - 18:30
Resource efficient bioeconomy and social opportunities
Session code: 4CO.14 Resource efficiency in biomass value chains
Session Description

Presentations cover analysis across the full value chain, including an overall presentation of tools and strategies to support the bio-based economy, supply options (energy crops in marginal lands and pruning residues), an optimizing tool matching biomass and conversion technologies as well as impacts of bio-refineries on markets, land use and carbon sequestration.



Chairpersons:


Luc PELKMANS , VITO, Separation & Conversion Processes, BELGIUM





Calliope PANOUTSOU , Imperial College London, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Ludger WENZELIDES
FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, European and International Cooperation Dpt., GERMANY

S2Biom Project: Evidence based Information for the Sustainable Non-food Biomass Supply for the Bbiobased Economy by 2030 in Europe

Session reference: 4CO.14.1
Richard LORD
University of Strathclyde, Civil & Environmental Engineering Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM

Reed Canarygrass (Phalaris Arundinacea) for Local, Sustainable Energy Crop Production on Non-Agricultural Marginal Lands

Session reference: 4CO.14.2
Wolf-Anno BISCHOFF
TerrAquat, GERMANY

Pruning To Energy: A Case Study on Social and Ecological Benefits of a Value Chain

Session reference: 4CO.14.3
Tijs LAMMENS
BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS

A Tool for Optimizing the Match between Lignocellulosic Biomass and Conversion Technologies

Session reference: 4CO.14.4
Rafal CHUDY
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ecology and Natural Resource Management Dpt., NORWAY

Impacts of a Large Wood-Based Biorefinery Plant on Markets, Land Use and Carbon Sequestration in Norway

Session reference: 4CO.14.5
Thursday, 09 June 2016
Room: G102
08:30 - 10:00
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.2 GHG balances and soil impacts of non-forest biomass
Session Description

This session presents environmental assessment and climate impact as result of biomass residues from agriculture and energy crops utilisation for energy purposes.



Chairpersons:


Uwe R. FRITSCHE , IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY





Berien ELBERSEN , Alterra, Earth Informatics Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Jacopo GIUNTOLI
European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS

Climate Change Impact of Alternative Transport Fuels: Advanced Biofuels and Electricity from Residual Biomass

Session reference: 4DO.2.1
Birka WICKE
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Environmental Impacts of Iluc Mitigation

Session reference: 4DO.2.2
Guido BEZZI
CIB-Consorzio Italiano Biogas e Gassificazione, Agronomy Area Dpt., ITALY

Biogasdoneright® Model: Soil Carbon Sequestration and Efficiency in Agriculture

Session reference: 4DO.2.3
Enrico CEOTTO
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, ITALY

Assessment of Soil Organic Carbon Capture of Giant Reed and Poplar SRC with Four Different N-fertilization Regimes

Session reference: 4DO.2.4
Mengmeng HAO
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, P.R. CHINA

Analysis the Potential of Energy Efficiency and Carbon Emission Reduction of Cassava-Based Fuel Ethanol at The Regional Scale in Guangxi, China

Session reference: 4DO.2.5
Thursday, 09 June 2016
Room: G102
10:15 - 11:45
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.5 GHG balances of forest biomass
Session Description

This session presents environmental assessment and climate impact as result of wood utilisation for energy purposes.



Chairpersons:


Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





Miguel BRANDÃO , KTH Royal Institute of Technology/International Energy Agency, SWEDEN





PRESENTERS
Nicholas CLARKE
Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY

Short-Term Ecological Consequences of Removal of Harvesting Residues for Bioenergy from Forests in Norway

Session reference: 4DO.5.1
Olivia CINTAS
Chalmers University of Technology, Energy and Environment Dpt., SWEDEN

The Role of Swedish Forest to Achieve the Climate Neutrality Target in the Energy Sector by 2050

Session reference: 4DO.5.2
Steef HANSSEN
Utrecht University / Radboud University, THE NETHERLANDS

Carbon Parity Times of Wood Pellets from Different Feedstock Types Produced in the South-Eastern United States and Used for Bioelectricity in North-Western Europe

Session reference: 4DO.5.3
Leif GUSTAVSSON
Linnaeus University, Built Environment and Energy Engineering Dpt., SWEDEN

Primary Energy and Climate Effects of Forest Biomass for Electricity Production with or without Carbon Capture and Storage

Session reference: 4DO.5.4
Chloe PELLETIER
CNRS LRGP, UMR7274 Dpt., FRANCE

Environmental and Economic Assessment of Converting Wood to Energy, Based on Modelling of the Entire Production Chain

Session reference: 4DO.5.5
Thursday, 09 June 2016
Room: G102
13:30 - 15:00
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.8 Non-GHG environmental impacts of biomass
Session Description

This session deals with environmental impacts of energy carriers production from biomass and possible utilisation of related organic residues.



Chairpersons:


Carmen LAGO RODRÍGUEZ , CIEMAT, Energy Dpt., SPAIN





Jacopo GIUNTOLI , European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Floor VAN DER HILST
Utrecht University, Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS

Sustainability of the Expanding Ethanol Sector in Brazil Towards 2030

Session reference: 4DO.8.1
Christina-Luise ROSS
Institut für Agrar- und Stadtökologische Projekte, Biogenic Raw Materials Dpt., GERMANY

Heavy Metal Distribution in Soil and Crops after Agricultural Application of Biowaste-Based Digestates

Session reference: 4DO.8.2
Frank PIERIE
Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Hanze Research Center - Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Spatial and Environmental Assessment of Energy Potentials for Anaerobic Digestion Production Systems Applied to the Netherlands

Session reference: 4DO.8.3
Saori MIYAKE
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute IWAR, GERMANY

Biodiversity and Natural Resources Implications of the Use of Abandoned Farmland for Future Bioenergy Crop Production in the Central and Eastern European Context

Session reference: 4DO.8.4
Natasa SIKIRICA
Alterra Wageningen UR, THE NETHERLANDS

Is Biochar from Pyrolysis, Composting or its Combination Best to Recycle Nutrients and Reduce Environmental Impact? Results from a Life Cycle Assessment for 5 Case Studies Across Europe

Session reference: 4DO.8.5