Programme
 
 
 

Topic: BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Monday, 12 June 2017
Room: Poster Area
13:30 - 15:00
Session code: 4AV.1 From Research to Implementation in International Context and from Regions to Global Views
Session Description

This session contains an overview on innovative public and private strategies supporting biomass valorisation and bioproducts development at large scale.

This session covers also several aspects of biomass strategies and policies and international and regional perspectives on resource efficient value chains and socio-economic impacts at system level.



Chairpersons:


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





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





Luc PELKMANS , CAPREA Sustainable Solutions, BELGIUM





Maurizio COCCHI , ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Bioenergy Division, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Massimo MONTELEONE
University of Foggia, STAR Research Unit - Agriculture Dpt., ITALY

Building Up Local Bioenergy Value Chains Based on Fruit Tree Residues from Pruning and Uprooting Operations: The Boosting Role of Regional Stakeholder Networks

Session reference: 4AV.1.1
Niclas ERICSSON
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Energy and Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

Pyrolysis and The Price of Carbon - The Value of Biochar

Session reference: 4AV.1.2
Hans LANGEVELD
Biomass Research, THE NETHERLANDS

A Generalised Model for the Calculation of Capital and Electricity Production Costs with Special Empahsis on Co-Digestion Biogas Chains in Spain

Session reference: 4AV.1.4
Carsten HERBES
Nuertingen-Geislingen University, ISR Dpt., GERMANY

The Least Desirable Option - Consumers - Attitudes Towards Biomethane as a Raw Material for Green Packaging Solutions

Session reference: 4AV.1.6
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Prospects for Renewable Marine Fuels - The Potential Role of Biofuels

Session reference: 4AV.1.7
Erica BELMONT
University of Wyoming, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., USA

Techno-Economic Feasibility of Pennisetum X Purpureum (Elephant Grass) Substitution for Charcoal in Haiti Using Monte Carlo Simulation in Net Present Value Analysis

Session reference: 4AV.1.8
Tjerk LAP
University of Groningen, Institute for Energy & Environmental Sciences, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioplastics: A Good GHG Mitigation Strategy - the Case of Brazil

Session reference: 4AV.1.9
Dominik LEVERENZ
University Stuttgart, Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management, GERMANY

RESOURCE MANAGER-FOOD: Reducing Avoidable Food Losses in Gastronomy

Session reference: 4AV.1.11
Giuliano GRASSI
Secretary General, European Biomass Industry Association, BELGIUM

Agrocycle - A Blueprint and EU Policy-Forming Protocol for the Recycling and Valorisation of Agri-Food Waste

Session reference: 4AV.1.12
Elisabeth WETTERLUND
Luleå University of Technology, Energy Engineering, Div. of Energy Science, Engineering Sciences and Mathematics Dpt., SWEDEN

A Fossil Fuel Independent Swedish Transport Sector 2030 - The Role of Industry and District Heating Systems as Hosts for Biofuel Production

Session reference: 4AV.1.13
Eise SPIJKER
Stichting Joint Implementation Network, Research Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Assessing the Social, Economic and Environmental Effects of "Integrated Manure Management" as Low-Carbon Transition Pathway in the Livestock Sector in the Netherlands

Session reference: 4AV.1.15
Kay SUWELACK
Fraunhofer INT, GERMANY

Socio-economic Assessment including Feedstock Supply and Marketability Concept of HTC/HTL-Products

Session reference: 4AV.1.16
Alberto BEZAMA
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Bioenergy Dpt., GERMANY

Assessing A Bioeconomy Network from an Integrated Life Cycle Perspective

Session reference: 4AV.1.21
Alberto BEZAMA
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Bioenergy Dpt., GERMANY

Monitoring Material Flows in a Bioeconomy Region

Session reference: 4AV.1.22
Alexa LUTZENBERGER
ALRENE, GERMANY

Common Goods - A New Concept for Land Management

Session reference: 4AV.1.23
Charlotte STEAD
University of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM

An Appraisal of the Use of Domestically Grown Feedstock Compared with Imported Feedstock of Biofuel Powered Locomotives: A Case Study of Indian Railways

Session reference: 4AV.1.24
Kalle KARTTUNEN
Lappeenranta University of Technology, School of Energy, FINLAND

Impact of Alternative Forest Biomass Demand and Supply Scenarios on the Regional Economy in Finland

Session reference: 4AV.1.28
Yuanzhi NI
Imperial College, Center for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Integrating Miscanthus into Arable System to Secure Sustainable Feedstock Supply for Lignocellulosic Succinic Acid Production

Session reference: 4AV.1.29
Antti KARHUNEN
Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND

Possibilities of Creating Fossil Free Region - Case South Savo

Session reference: 4AV.1.32
Neeta SHARMA
ENEA Research Centre, Sustainable Production and Territorial Systems,Biotechnology and Agro-Industry Division, ITALY

Comparative Analyses of Current Biobased Economy Policies and Strategic India-EU Partnership

Session reference: 4AV.1.36
Jarno FÖHR
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

Regional Added Value of Refining Forest Biomass for Energy Purposes in Finland

Session reference: 4AV.1.38
EUBCE Student Awardee Presentation

Svetlana PROSKURINA
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Sustainable Energy Systems, FINLAND

How are the EU Member States Contributing to the 27% Target for EU’s Renewable Energy Consumption; the Role of Woody Biomass.

Session reference: 4AV.1.42
Katalin Nora SZARKA
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Biomass Heat Scenarios in Germany

Session reference: 4AV.1.43
Mirjam ROEDER
University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Sweet Energy -Bioenergy Integration Pathways from Sugarcane Residues in South Africa

Session reference: 4AV.1.44
Sylvain LEDUC
IIASA, Ecosystems Services and Management, AUSTRIA

Assessing the Optimal Mix of Bioenergy Feedstock In Europe: A Spatial Explicit Approach

Session reference: 4AV.1.46
Kees KWANT
Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS

IEA Bioenergy Technology Collaboration Programme

Session reference: 4AV.1.47
Tapio RANTA
Lappeenranta University of Technology, School of Energy Systems, FINLAND

Development of Forest Chips Use and Price in the Nordic Countries: A Comparative Analysis

Session reference: 4AV.1.48
Manjola BANJA
European Commission, JRC, Renewable and Energy Efficiency, ITALY

Biomass Supply for Energy Use in the European Union

Session reference: 4AV.1.50
Adrian O’CONNELL
European Commission, JRC, ITALY

Overview of Advanced Biofuels Technologies: Current Status and Challenges

Session reference: 4AV.1.51
Jens ADLER
GIZ- German Development Cooperation, Landesbüro Sachsen, GERMANY

Establishing Regional Bioenergy Concepts in Southeast Europe to Speed-Up the Market Uptake of Sustainable Bioenergy

Session reference: 4AV.1.52
Miheer VAIDYA
Shree Ganesh Press-N-Coat, Non Conventional Energy Dpt., INDIA

Well to Wheel Energy Analysis of Biomass Pellets Made from Agro Waste to Generate- ‘village Level Entrepreneurship’ in India

Session reference: 4AV.1.54
Mar PALMEROS PARADA
Delft University of Technology, Biotechnology Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Value Reflective Design Space, an Approach for Incorporating Sustainability in Early Stages of Biorefinery Design

Session reference: 4AV.1.55
H. V. MARCELO
Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana, BRAZIL

Environmental Education Related to Municipal Solid Waste at ABC Region (Brazil)

Session reference: 4AV.1.56
Deborah STERLING
Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox, USA

IP Strategies in the Global Bio-based Marketplace

Session reference: 4AV.1.57
Jonas ZETTERHOLM
Luleå University of Technology, Energy Science/Energy Engineering Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-Gasification of Black Liquor and Pyrolysis Liquids for Biofuel Production - Evaluation of Economic Viability from a National Systems Perspective

Session reference: 4AV.1.58
Liesel BEIRES
CSIR, Energy Centre, SOUTH AFRICA

Smart Regional Planning: Unlocking Innovative Resource Use and Economic Competitiveness- A Look at Biomass Energy Infrastructure Provision at Local Municipal Scale in Ethekwini and Ilembe, South Africa

Session reference: 4AV.1.59
Tévécia RONZON
European Commission, JRC, JRC.D.4 Economics of Agriculture, SPAIN

Sectorial Indicators for the Monitoring of the European Bioeconomy Strategy

Session reference: 4AV.1.61
Oscar MEDINA
Universidad Pedagógica Y Tecnológica de Colombia, Chemistry Dpt., COLOMBIA

New And Emerging Trends in Flocculants from Cellulosic Biomass in a Colombian District.

Session reference: 4AV.1.63
Eleni KOUKOUNA
Agricultural University of Athens, Crop Science Dpt., GREECE

Jatropha Curcas Production Cost Analysis and Sustainability in Egypt

Session reference: 4AV.1.65
Leslie BOBY
Southern Regional Extension Forestry, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, USA

A Roadmap for Poplar and Willow to Provide Environmental Services and Produce Renewable Fuels in the United States

Session reference: 4AV.1.66
Ariel LISTO ARGUL
University of Maine, School of Economics Dpt., USA

Market and Carbon Sequestration Impacts of Wood-based Biofuel Production

Session reference: 4AV.1.67
Ivar VIRGIN
Stockholm Environment Institute, Resources and Develpment Dpt., SWEDEN

Innovative Biomass Conversion in Africa

Session reference: 4AV.1.68
Riikka TANSKANEN
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Forest, the Environment and Energy, FINLAND

Promoting Energy Efficiency in Finland South Savo Region’s Small and Medum-Sized Enterprises

Session reference: 4AV.1.69
Niina LAURILA
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND

Biocoal for a Cleaner Environment and New Business in South Savo

Session reference: 4AV.1.71
Hanne SOININEN
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND

Boosting Water Protection Efficiency by Means of Biofilters in Forestry

Session reference: 4AV.1.72
Monday, 12 June 2017
Room: Poster Area
15:15 - 16:45
Session code: 4AV.2 Sustainability Assessment of Biomass Systems and Environmental Impacts of Bioenergy
Session Description

This session presents methods and frameworks for sustainability assessment of biomass systems as well as environmental, ecosystem and climate impacts of bioenergy systems.



Chairpersons:


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





Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





Alexa LUTZENBERGER , ALRENE, GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Diego PIEDRA-GARCIA
FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, European and International Cooperation Dpt., GERMANY

Sustainable Raw Material Supply For Biomethane - Cross-Sectoral Sustainability Criteria & Indicators Discussion

Session reference: 4AV.2.1
Katja OEHMICHEN
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Certification of Biomethane as Transport Fuel - Implementation of GHG Emission Savings form the Use of Manure for Biogas Production

Session reference: 4AV.2.2
Thayse HERNANDES
CTBE - Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory, Agricultural Division, BRAZIL

Assessing the Effects of Different Amounts of Sugarcane Straw on Temportal Variability of Soil Moisture and Temperature

Session reference: 4AV.2.6
Zhiwei WANG
Henan Academy of Sciences, Energy Research Institute Co.LTD, P.R. CHINA

Life Cycle Assessment of Environmental Impact for Cornstalk Briquette Fuel Used in Gasification and Combustion System

Session reference: 4AV.2.8
Jaroslaw ZUWALA
Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal, POLAND

Life Cycle Approach for Energy and Environmental Analysis of Biomass and Coal Co-Firing in Different Large Scale Co-Generation Units

Session reference: 4AV.2.9
Dorothee DEWAELE
Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, CCM Dpt., FRANCE

Real Scale Biomass Burning of Miscanthus Grown on Contaminated Site

Session reference: 4AV.2.13
Christine KNOOP
Brandenburg University of Technology, Geopedology and Landscape Development, GERMANY

Development of Soil Amendments Produced from Municipal Organic Waste Digestate During a Two-Year Field Study

Session reference: 4AV.2.14
Enrico CEOTTO
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Research Center for Agriculture and Environment, ITALY

Comparison of Sweet Sorghum, Giant Reed and Poplar as Soil Nitrate Scavengers with Cattle Manure Application

Session reference: 4AV.2.16
Jérôme LAGANIÈRE
Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, CANADA

Forest Biomass in Canada: From Feedstock Availability to Climate Change Mitigation Potential

Session reference: 4AV.2.17
Luigi PARI
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Unità di Ricerca per l’Ingegneria Agraria - CREA-ING, ITALY

Environmental and Economic Performances of Cereal Straw End-Practices

Session reference: 4AV.2.18
Pietro BARTOCCI
University of Perugia, Biomass Research Centre, ITALY

Effect of Biochar on Water Retention in Soil, a Comparison Between Two Forms: Powder and Pellet

Session reference: 4AV.2.19
Paul GENEVRAY
Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, CCM Dpt., FRANCE

Effect of Wood Pre-Treatment on Operating Conditions, Gaseous and Particulate Emissions of a Pellet Stove - First Analytical Campaign

Session reference: 4AV.2.20
Iosif GYPARIS
University of Piraeus Research Center, GREECE

Assessing Possible Emission Reductions in the Energy Mix: Unconventional Gas or Miscanthus Biomass?

Session reference: 4AV.2.22
Carmen LAGO
CIEMAT, Energy Dpt., SPAIN

Environmental Preliminary Results Using LCA Methodology of a Biorefinery Fed with Olive Pruning in Andalusia

Session reference: 4AV.2.23
Clara VALENTE
Ostfold Research, NORWAY

Framework for Bioenergy Implementation in Municipal Buildings

Session reference: 4AV.2.24
Patrícia BAPTISTA
IST-ID, Mechanical Engineering, PORTUGAL

Assessment of Biogas Production Pathways: Application to Portugal

Session reference: 4AV.2.26
Christina-Luise ROSS
Institut für Agrar- und Stadtökologische Projekte, Biogenic Resources Dpt., GERMANY

Fertilizers and Soil Improving Products made of Biowaste Digestates: Results from Pot Experiments with Avena sativa L. and Brassica napus L.

Session reference: 4AV.2.27
Anders LYNGFELT
Chalmers University of Technology, Energy and Environment Dept., SWEDEN

Bio-CLC, A Novel Approach for Attaining Negative Emissions of CO2 at Reduced Cost

Session reference: 4AV.2.28
Torsten REINELT
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biochemical Conversion Dpt., GERMANY

Monitoring of Fugitive Methane Emissions from Biogas Plants

Session reference: 4AV.2.29
Johanna OLOFSSON
Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies Dpt., SWEDEN

Environmental Assessment of Black Liquor Co-Gasification with By-Product Biomass Resources

Session reference: 4AV.2.30
Carla ASQUER
Sardegna Ricerche, Biomass and Biofuel Laboratory, ITALY

Waste Generated from Biomass Combustion: Wood Ash Reuse as an Additive in Composting

Session reference: 4AV.2.33
Carla ASQUER
Sardegna Ricerche, Biomass and Biofuel Laboratory, ITALY

Potential Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Using Biomass Combustion Ash

Session reference: 4AV.2.34
Monika ENIGL
Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA

Nitrogen Assessment in Small Scale Biomass Heating Systems

Session reference: 4AV.2.37
Nathalie BECKER
Lund University, Technology and Society Dpt., SWEDEN

Climate Performance of Ligno-Cellulose-Based Biofuels

Session reference: 4AV.2.39
Concetta LODATO
Technical University of Denmark, Environmental Engineering Dp., DENMARK

An Advanced LCA-model Targeted to Bioenergy Systems and Technologies: Recent Developments of the EASETECH LCA-model

Session reference: 4AV.2.40
Giovanni STOPPIELLO
ENEA Research Centre, Energy Technologies Dpt., ITALY

Environmental Impact of an Integrated Biorefinery Model Processing Cardoon

Session reference: 4AV.2.41
Jarno FÖHR
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

The Occupational Health Effects of Torrefied Biocoal Pellets

Session reference: 4AV.2.43
Hanne SOININEN
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND

Effect of a Fuel Terminal on the Quality of Stormwater

Session reference: 4AV.2.44
Frank H. HEDLUND
COWI, DENMARK

Biomass Accident Investigations - Missed Opportunities for Learning and Accident Prevention

Session reference: 4AV.2.45
Tuesday, 13 June 2017
Room: K21
15:15 - 16:45
Market implementation, investments & financing
Session code: 4BO.9 From Research to Implementation in an International Context
Session Description

This session is focusing on the impact of policy and international cooperation initiatives on the biobased sector from research and development to market development and implementation in Europe and worldwide.



Chairpersons:


Giuliano GRASSI , Secretary General, European Biomass Industry Association, BELGIUM





Simon BENMARRAZE , IRENA, GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Kees KWANT
Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioenergy Sustaining the Future and ERA-NET Bioenergy Results

Session reference: 4BO.9.1
Calliope PANOUTSOU
Imperial College, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, UNITED KINGDOM

Resource Efficient Market Stimulation Policies for Indigenous Biomass Value Chains at EU Member States

Session reference: 4BO.9.2
Thomas HORSCHIG
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Future Market Share Estimation of Renewable Gas in Germany Using a System Dynamics Modelling Approach

Session reference: 4BO.9.3
Svetlana PROSKURINA
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Sustainable Energy Systems, FINLAND

International Trade of Energy Biomass - An Overview of the Global Status

Session reference: 4BO.9.4
William HUBBARD
Southern Regional Extension Forestry, USA

Supply-Side Perspectives on the Euro-American Pellet Trade

Session reference: 4BO.9.5
Tuesday, 13 June 2017
Room: K21
17:00 - 18:30
Sustainability, certification and standards
Session code: 4BO.13 Sustainability for Biomass Systems
Session Description

The session centres on methods and frameworks related to the sustainability assessment of biomass systems and presents sustainability criteria for biomass production, use and trade.



Chairpersons:


Alexa LUTZENBERGER , ALRENE, GERMANY





Katja OEHMICHEN , DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Maria HINGSAMER
Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, AUSTRIA

BioEconomy with Algae - Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment including Biophysical Climate Im-pacts (Albedo) of an Algae-based Biorefinery

Session reference: 4BO.13.1
Christoph SCHMIDL
Bioenergy 2020+, Biomass Combustion Dpt., AUSTRIA

CleanAir by Biomass - Status Quo Analysis of the Model Region

Session reference: 4BO.13.2
Marco COLANGELI
GBEP - FAO, Climate and Environment Dpt., ITALY

The Global Bioenergy Partnership and its Sustainability Indicators

Session reference: 4BO.13.3
Stephen THORNHILL
University College Cork, Food Business and International Development Dpt., IRELAND

Strengthening the Food Security Provisions in Biofuel Sustainability Certification Systems

Session reference: 4BO.13.4
Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ
Imperial College, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Comparative Socio-Economic Indicators for Sustanable Lignocellulosic Biomass in Brazil and the Southeast of the USA

Session reference: 4BO.13.5
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Room: K2
08:30 - 10:00
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4CO.2 Land Use Change and Deforestation
Session Description

This session is focused on land use change and forest exploitation analysing different aspects of climate change mitigation, energy security and rural development.



Chairpersons:


Gustaf EGNELL , Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Forest Ecology and Management Dpt., SWEDEN





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





PRESENTERS
Luisa MARELLI
European Commission, JRC, ITALY

A Historical Perspective on Bioenergy Environmental Sustainability in EU Policies

Session reference: 4CO.2.1
Benoit GABRIELLE
AgroParisTech - INRA, Functional Ecology of Agro-Ecosystems Dpt., FRANCE

Biomass, Land-Use Changes and Environmental impacts: A Qualitative and Quantitative Review of Scientific Literature

Session reference: 4CO.2.2
Hans LANGEVELD
Biomass Research, THE NETHERLANDS

Benefits of a Causal Analysis Framework to Inform Land-Use Change Modeling in the Context of Bioenergy

Session reference: 4CO.2.3
Manoel Regis LEAL
CTBE - Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory, Industry Division, BRAZIL

Brazilian Sugarcane Expansion and Deforestation

Session reference: 4CO.2.4
Wibke BAUMGARTEN
FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, EU/International Affairs, GERMANY

Aspects of the Forest-Wood Sector and Bioenergy Production

Session reference: 4CO.2.5
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Room: K1
10:15 - 11:00
BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Session code: 4CP.1 Biomass Strategies and Policies. Mobilization and Environmental Impact
Session Description

Case studies related to direct or indirect land use change resulting from biomass feedstock production and expanded role of sustainable non-food biomass supply and delivery in the European bio-based economy are analysed in this session.



Chairpersons:


Gustaf EGNELL , Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Forest Ecology and Management Dpt., SWEDEN





PRESENTERS
Keynote presentation

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

Mapping Indirect Land Use Change and the Effect of ILUC Mitigation Measures

Session reference: 4CP.1.1
Luc PELKMANS
CAPREA Sustainable Solutions, BELGIUM

Policy Lessons to Mobilize Sustainable Biomass Resources for the Biobased Economy: Conclusions from the Projects Biomass Policies, S2Biom and BioTrade2020+

Session reference: 4CP.1.2
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Room: K2
13:30 - 15:00
Biomass strategies and policies
Session code: 4CO.6 Strategies and Policies for Biomass Supply and Demand in Europe
Session Description

The session provides overviews on biofuel supplies as well as biomass uptake in different application sectors, focusing each analysis at national and European level.



Chairpersons:


Luc PELKMANS , CAPREA Sustainable Solutions, BELGIUM





Mirjam ROEDER , University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Marc LONDO
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Policy Studies Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Biomass Consumption Scenarios for Energy and Chemicals in the EU and Neighbouring Countries until 2030

Session reference: 4CO.6.1
Patricia THORNLEY
SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM

Comparison of Effectiveness of Support Policies for Sustainable Development of the Bioenergy Sector: Bioenergy Development in the UK & Nordic Countries

Session reference: 4CO.6.2
Michael PERSSON
Head of Secretariat of the Danish Bioenergy Association, DENMARK

Mapping of the Danish Bioenergy Cluster and its Impact On Jobs and Exports

Session reference: 4CO.6.3
Anouk VAN GRINSVEN
CE Delft Consultancy, Fuels and Cities Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Evaluation of Governmental Policies to Stimulate Biofuels Use in Aviation

Session reference: 4CO.6.4
Hyung Sik CHOI
University of Hohenheim, Agricultural and Food Policy Group, GERMANY

Can Lignocellulosic Biomass Reconcile Agricultural Productivity, the Bioeconomy and Climate Change Mitigation in the EU?

Session reference: 4CO.6.5
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Room: K2
15:15 - 16:45
Biomass strategies and policies
Session code: 4CO.10 Biomass Strategies and Policies - The International Perspective
Session Description

The session puts biomass policies and strategies in an international perspective, providing the greatest potential for biomass usage and explaining how the opportunities differ based on the geographic location.



Chairpersons:


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





Andrea MONTI , University of Bologna, Department of Agricultural Sciences, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Ivar VIRGIN
Stockholm Environment Institute, Resources and Develpment Dpt., SWEDEN

Integrative Approaches for Bioenergy and the Bio-Economy: a Comparative Assessment in Kenya, Thailand and Sweden

Session reference: 4CO.10.1
Kester CHIN
MBIC, Biotechnology, MALAYSIA

Biomass Landscape in Malaysia / Asia

Session reference: 4CO.10.2
Angela Mae MINAS
University of Manchester, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, UNITED KINGDOM

Exploring the Rice Straw Bioenergy Landscape: Farmer Perspectives from India and the Philippines

Session reference: 4CO.10.3
Hana MANDOVA
University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

Perspective for the Use of Biomass in the Iron and Steel Industry

Session reference: 4CO.10.4
Marnix BRINKMAN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Household Level Food Security Impacts of a 20% Biofuel Mandate in Ghana

Session reference: 4CO.10.5
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Room: K2
17:00 - 18:30
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4CO.14 Climate Impacts of Bioenergy Systems
Session Description

This session aims to stimulate discussion on the greenhouse gases impacts of bioenergy systems, including evaluations on direct and indirect land-use change and studies based on life cycle assessment.



Chairpersons:


Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





Jacopo GIUNTOLI , European Commission, JRC, Directorate C: Energy, Transport and Climate, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Torun HAMMAR
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Energy and Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

Life Cycle Assessment of Climate Impact of Bioenergy from a Landscape

Session reference: 4CO.14.1
Kristine BITNERE
International Council on Clean Transportation, Fuels Researcher Dpt., GERMANY

Assessing Energy Crop ILUC Potential on a Regional Scale

Session reference: 4CO.14.2
Jeanette WHITAKER
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Plant-Soil Interactions Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM

Implications of Direct Land Use-Change on the Greenhouse Gas Balance of Bioenergy Crops

Session reference: 4CO.14.3
Mirjam ROEDER
University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Climate Change Impacts and Related Emission Uncertainties from Waste Wood Based Energy Systems in the Uk

Session reference: 4CO.14.4
Emily BEAGLE
University of Wyoming, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., USA

Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Biomass Utilization for Electricity Generation in the European Union and the United States

Session reference: 4CO.14.5
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Room: K2
09:00 - 10:30
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.2 Ecosystem Services and Soil Impacts of Bioenergy
Session Description

This session presents and discusses the environmental assessment, climate and ecosystem impacts of biomass production systems for energy purposes, with a particular focus on soil.



Chairpersons:


Luisa MARELLI , European Commission, JRC, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Moritz WAGNER
University of Hohenheim, Institute of Crop Science (340b), GERMANY

Where is the Environmental Break-Even Point of Marginal Land Use for Biomass Production?

Session reference: 4DO.2.1
Susan E. CROW
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Natural Resources and Environmental Management Dpt., USA

Understanding Soil Carbon Storage Across Heterogeneous Landscapes: Carbon Offsets and Sustainability of Tropical Biomass Production Systems

Session reference: 4DO.2.2
Rebecca ROWE
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Shore Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM

Conversion and Reversions: Impacts on Soil Carbon Stocks of Land Use Change to and from Perennial Bioenergy Crops in the UK

Session reference: 4DO.2.3
Mikolaj OWSIANIAK
Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering Dpt., DENMARK

Quantifying the Potential Contribution to Climate Change Mitigation from Temporary Carbon Storage in Hydrochars

Session reference: 4DO.2.4
Hanneke VAN T VEEN
Universiteit Utrecht, Environmental Biology Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

A Spatially Explicit Overview of the Impacts of Wood Pellet Related Pine Plantation Expansion on Species Richness in the Southeastern U.S.

Session reference: 4DO.2.5
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Room: K2
10:45 - 12:15
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.5 Ecosystems and Water Impacts of Bioenergy
Session Description

This session discusses the ecosystem impacts of bioenergy systems, with a particular focus on water. Analyses are carried out by Life Cycle Assessment approaches and with reference to different countries in the world.



Chairpersons:


Uwe R. FRITSCHE , IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY





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





PRESENTERS
Andrew WELFLE
University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Evaluating the Water Impacts & Benefits of Biomass Production for Bioenergy - Developing a Sustainability Indicator Analysis Methodology

Session reference: 4DO.5.1
Alessandro AGOSTINI
ENEA Research Centre, ITALY

Can the Cultivation of Perennial Biomass Crops on Buffer Strips Become a Win-Win Strategy? Life Cycle Assessment and Energy Performance.

Session reference: 4DO.5.2
Thayse HERNANDES
CTBE - Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory, Agricultural Division, BRAZIL

Brazilian Sugarcane Expansion and the Impacts on Water Resources: A Review of the Recent Results

Session reference: 4DO.5.3
Fangyu DING
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, P.R. CHINA

Influence of Development of Fuel Ethanol on Water Resources

Session reference: 4DO.5.4
Jacopo GIUNTOLI
European Commission, JRC, Directorate C: Energy, Transport and Climate, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioenergy and Biodiversity Loss: What we Know, What we Don’t Know and what we can Estimate.

Session reference: 4DO.5.5
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Room: K2
13:30 - 15:00
Resource efficient bioeconomy and social opportunities
Session code: 4DO.8 Future Insights to Resource Efficient Value Chains
Session Description

Biomass value chains can play a crucial role in future renewable energy and climate targets. This session focuses on how the concept of resource efficiency can facilitate future supply and demand trends, following a whole systems approach, but also in terms of selecting appropriate value chains with balanced conversion efficiencies.



Chairpersons:


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





Marc LONDO , Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Policy Studies Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Tina BEUCHELT
University of Bonn, Center for Development Research, GERMANY

Biomass Potentials and the SDGs: Adding a Food Security, Sustainability and Distributive Justice Perspective

Session reference: 4DO.8.1
Uwe R. FRITSCHE
IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY

A Sustainable Bioeconomy for Europe: Key Results from the EU FP7 Project S2Biom

Session reference: 4DO.8.2
Gerfried JUNGMEIER
Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Research Centre for Climate, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA

The PARIS -Lifestyle - Analysis and Assessment of Biomass Use for Low Carbon Lifestyles to Reach the Climate Targets 2050

Session reference: 4DO.8.3
Pål BÖRJESSON
Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies Dpt., SWEDEN

The Balance Between Future Increased Potential Supply and Demand of Sustainable Biomass -The Case Study of Sweden

Session reference: 4DO.8.4
Ruben GUISSON
VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Biomass Sustainable Transition Dpt., BELGIUM

Biobuilder - Create a Biobased Value Chain from A-to-Z

Session reference: 4DO.8.5

Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.