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IANAS 2nd Energy Meeting – Bogotá, Colombia 9-10 June 2011. Bioenergy strategy: the LACAF/GSB project. Luís Cortez Professor UNICAMP Vice Coordinator of Special Programs - FAPESP. Presentation. Introduction Presentation LACAF/GSB project collaboration: - GSB tasks - LACAF structure

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Bioenergy strategy the lacaf gsb project

IANAS 2nd Energy Meeting – Bogotá, Colombia

9-10 June 2011

Bioenergy strategy: the LACAF/GSB project

Luís Cortez

Professor UNICAMP

Vice CoordinatorofSpecialPrograms- FAPESP


Presentation

Presentation

Introduction

Presentation LACAF/GSB project collaboration:

- GSB tasks

- LACAF structure

- LACAF/GSB/IANAS collaboration


Global sustainable bioenergy project gsb

Global Sustainable Bioenergy project-GSB

Board:

Prof. Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, Fapesp, Brazil (Chairman)

Prof. Luuk van der Viellen, T.U. Delft, TheNetherlands

Dr. Martin Keller, OakRidgeLaboratory, USA

ExecutiveCommittee:

Prof. Lee Lynd, DarthmouthCollege, USA

Prof. PatriciaOsseweijer, T.U. Delft, TheNetherlands

Prof. Luís Cortez, UNICAMP, Brazil


Gsb tasks
GSB tasks

Task 1. Current land inventory

Task 2. Pasture intensification

Task 3. Double crops

Task 4. Change animal feed rations

Task 5. Dietary choice & food supply chain efficiency

Task 6. Energy crop productivity

Task 7. Food security

Task 8. Fertilizer demand, residue utilization, and soil fertility

Task 9. Integrated analysis


GSB Stage 2 Tasks

Current Land

Inventory

(Foundation

for other

tasks)

Potential Levers

Fostering large scale bioenergy production

Task 9

Integrated

Analysis

Task 6

Bioenergy

Crop

Productivity

Available

Land

(Quantity

& quality)

Task 2

Pasture

intensification

Conversion

(Literature)

Bioenergy

Production

Potential

(Quantity

& quality)

Tons

Task 3

Double crops

Task 4

Changed animal

feed rations

Literature

Burned/disturbed

land

Land

Required

For

Food

Production

Task 5 Dietary

choice & food

supply chain

efficiency

Potential Levers

or/and Constraints

Demand

Productivity of

food/feed

crops

Literature

Potential/Perceived

Showstoppers

Task 7

Food security

impacts

Whether/How

Showstoppers

Can be

Avoided

Task 8

Fertilizer demand

impacts

Fuel & electricity demand and efficiency of utilization (literature)


Land availability for bioenergy in latin america and africa
LandAvailability for bioenergy in Latin America andAfrica

Sources: FAOSTAT (2008), IICA (2009), www.eclac.org. 2009



Ethanol production in Latin America America

Source: USDA, 2010


Latin america caribbean and africa lacaf project
Latin America America & CaribbeanandAfricaLACAF project

1. Diagnosis of Energy and Food Situation in LA and AF & Integrated analysis

Coordinator: Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira (UNIFEI)

  • Why should Latin American and African countries get involved in a global effort to increase biofuels production?

  • How can countries in LA and AF implement the necessary actions: the cases of Colombia, Guatemala, South Africa and Mozambique?

  • What is the present and expected future situation of energy and food security in Latin America and Africa?

  • Integrating analysis for AL and AF


Lacaf project
LACAF Americaproject

2. Determining the Physical Potential for Sugarcane Ethanol Production in Latin America and Africa

Coordinator: André Nassar (ICONE)

  • Identify potential areas to sugarcane production in African and Latin American countries; (CTC team)

  • Quantify the different production potential of sugarcane crops in these countries; (CTC team)

  • Assess the land use impacts of biofuels production in Latin America and Africa: the cases of Colombia, South Africa and Mozambique

  • Use a Sugarcane Crop Model and Estimate Total Sugarcane Ethanol Production in LA and AF


Lacaf project1
LACAF Americaproject

3. Crop and Pasture Productivity, Improving Soil Fertility and Needs for Fertilizers

Coordinator: Heitor Cantarella (APTA/IAC)

  • Analyzing the Increase Productivity in Agriculture: Pasture Productivity (Geraldo Martha), Sugarcane Expansion with Pasture Integration

  • Analyzing the Possible Impact of Advanced Technologies in Agriculture: precision agriculture, no-till, soil conditioning

  • Estimating the Future Inorganic Fertilizer Demand and Recycling Nutrients in Sugarcane Ethanol Production


Lacaf project2
LACAF Americaproject

4. Production Models & Innovation

Coordinator: Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal (CTBE)

  • Defining Possible Production Models for LA and AF

  • Analyzing the Possible Impact of Advanced Technologies in Conversion: Celullosic ethanol, energy cane


Lacaf project3
LACAF Americaproject

5. Assessing the Constraints and Benefits of sugarcane ethanol production in LA and AF

Coordinator: José Antonio Scaramucci (NIPE/UNICAMP)

  • Agriculture and energy issues analysis in Latin America and Africa

  • Scenarios for future demand of food and its impacts on land use

  • Economic analysis of the advancement of sugarcane bioenergy in Latin America and Africa: the cases of Colombia, Guatemala, South Africa and Mozambique

  • Impacts on socio-economic developmentfrom Sugarcane Ethanol Production Latin America and Africa: the cases of Colombia, South Africa and Mozambique


Sugarcane Ethanol in Latin America America

  • Colombia:

  • The world’s second-largest sugarcane ethanol producer

  • Governmental regulations established a mandatory blend (E10)

  • Current ethanol production covers 85% of the local needs

  • Colombia has a great potential for sugarcane ethanol production in the East part of the country (expected lower yield than Cauca Valley)

  • Guatemala:

  • Number one producer of sugarcane in Central America

  • In 2009, Guatemala produced 2.38 million tons of raw sugar, of which 1.3 million tons were exported

  • 5 out of the 14 sugar mills are also producing ethanol, whose production reached 265 million liters in 2008

  • All of the ethanol is exported, mainly to Europe and the U.S.

  • The domestic market for biofuels consumption has not been developed yet

Sources: IICA (2009); USDA (2010)


Collaboration LACAF-GSB America

Coordination of tasks


Collaboration LACAF-GSB America

Analysts of tasks


Collaboration LACAF-GSB America

Analysts of tasks


Collaboration LACAF-GSB America

Integrating Results


Collaboration LACAF-GSB America

Integrating Results


LACAF/GSB/IANAS Collaboration America

  • Prof. José Rincón Martinez – Coordinator in Colombia and Guatemala

  • Partners in Colombia:

  • Colciencias

  • CENICAÑA

  • Universidad Insustrial de Santander (Prof. V. Kafarov)

  • Fedebiocombustibles

  • Partners in Guatemala:

  • - CENGICAÑA


LACAF/GSB/IANAS Collaboration America

  • GSB tasks (defined)

  • LACAF structure (defined)

  • LACAF Teams (defined)

  • LACAF – GSB Collaboration (defined)

  • IANAS Collaboration

  • Other countries ?

  • Meetings?


Sugarcane bioethanol r d for productivity and sustainability
Sugarcane AmericaBioethanol: R&D for ProductivityandSustainability

Sales byAmazon

LauchedSept 2010

992 pages

76 chapters

139 authors

Publisher:

Ethanol PP Project:


1st brazilian bioenergy science technology conference bbest
1st AmericaBrazilian Bioenergy Science & TechnologyConference - BBEST

Venue: Campos do Jordão, SP, Brazil

August 14-18, 2011

http://www.bbest.org.br/


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