Expert Workshop Potential of Hydrothermal Liquefaction routes for biofuel production

    Expert Workshop Potential of Hydrothermal Liquefaction routes for biofuel production

    19 November 2019
    Brussels, Belgium

    Five European Horizon 2020 projects and the Norwegian National Centre Bio4Fuels presented progress on their research activities regarding the Hydrothermal Liquefaction routes for biofuels production in Brussel, Belgium.

    the presentations of the workshop can new downloaded via this link.

    The five European projects are:

    • 4Refinery, The project aims at developing and demonstrating the production of next generation biofuels from fast pyrolysis and hydrothermal liquefaction integrated with mineral hydrocarbon refining processes.
    • Heat to Fuel, the project aims a.o. at delivering cost-competitive technologies achieving biofuel prices below €1 per liter, increase the quality of biofuels resulting in 5% life-cycle greenhouse gas emission reduction
    • HyFlexFuel, The project works min advancing the complete production chain for sustainable drop-in fuels on basis of HTL as key conversion technology. HTL offers toe possibility to convert essentially any type of biogenic material into liquid fuels without the requirement of trio energy-itensive drying.
    • NextGenRoadFuels, the project aims at developing a novem European technology platform for sustainable liquid fuel proudction technologies. the project aims at demonstrating the the HTL pathway is able to produce high-volume, cost-competitive drop in synthetic gasoline and diesel fuels, as well as other hydrocarbon compounds.
    • Waste2Road,project aims to develop a new generation of cost-effective biofuels from a selected range of low cost and abundant biogenic residues and waste fractions.

    Information on the Norwegian Bio4Fuels Centre is found here.

    • Date 19/11/2019
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