Wshop191112: Evidence for delivering liquid biofuels to NZ
We would like to thank our event sponsors:
EECA Business, Scania Australia, Miscanthus New Zealand, Solray Systems, and Blended Fuels Solutions
The Interim Climate Change Committee (ICCC) has been looking at ways to incorporate stakeholder evidence and information to support development of New Zealand’s first three emissions budgets out to 2035. The ICCC has called for evidence on options available to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the period 2022 to 2035. Other government agencies are also considering the opportunities from using biomass and waste to produce liquid biofuels to reduce transport and process heat greenhouse gas emissions. This workshop shared evidence from current and proposed liquid biofuels projects, identify those aspects which make projects successful, and identify barriers where new policies or assistance would assist get more projects committed.
- GHG emissions reduction from transport biofuels, Information Sheet 33
- Green Freight Project, Ministry of Transport
- Call for evidence, Interim Climate Change Committee - Evidence is to be provided to the ICCC by 15 November. If you are making a submission please could you also provide a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org so that your points can be incorporated into the submission being prepared by the Bioenergy Association.
- A vision for hydrogen in New Zealand - green paper, MBIE
- Interim Climate Change Committee Information requirements
David Prentice, Chair, Interim Climate Change Committee
- The Green Freight Project
Dave Hadley, Ministry of Transport
- Overview of transition pathways to 2035 and 2050
Simon Arnold, Convener, Liquid Biofuels Interest Group
- Vehicle manufacturers are part of the solution
Anthony King, Scania Australia
- The scope of opportunities for manufacture of liquid biofuels in New Zealand
Paul Bennett, Scion
- The import option
Dave Bodger, Gull NZ
- The International context for liquid biofuel production relevant to New Zealand
Paul Bennett, IEA Bioenergy Task 39 member.
Eddie Rutgers, Air New Zealand
- Heavy road transport
Sheena Thomas, Z Energy
Paul Bennett, Scion
- Expanding the biodiesel supply capacity
David Jacobson, Z Energy
- The path to drop-in biofuels via plastics
Simon Mathewson, Licella
- The challenge of refining bio-crudes
Julian Young, Refining NZ
- A West Texas Intermediate crude as a co-product of lignin extraction.
Chris Bathurst, Solray Systems
- Drop in renewable diesel available with a short lead time (video recording)
Drop-in renewable diesel available with a short lead time (slides)
Johannes Lehken, Neste
- Benefits of moving waste from current disposal to future circular economy via Eneform technology
Andrew Simcock, Eneform
- The pyrolysis of tyres to produce a 20-50% biofuel blend
Leigh Ramsey, Blended Fuels
- Extraction of phenol and aldehyde substitutes from biomass
Kevin Snowdon, GreenChem
- Drop in renewable diesel from biomass
Peter Brown, Miscanthus NZ
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