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Status of WP 1. WP1 : “State of the art of existing biorefineries”. WP1 Coordinator : CARINNA Agency - Europol’Agro Department (EUAO) V. Steinmetz : Chief Executive Officer of CARINNA and Chief coordinator of WP1 G. Grenier de March : Head of CARINNA - Europol\'Agro Department

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status of wp 1
Status of WP 1
  • WP1 : “State of the art of existing biorefineries”
  • WP1 Coordinator : CARINNA Agency - Europol’Agro Department (EUAO)
    • V. Steinmetz : Chief Executive Officer of CARINNA and Chief coordinator of WP1
    • G. Grenier de March : Head of CARINNA - Europol\'Agro Department
    • D. Christian : Innovation project manager of CARINNA - Europol\'Agro Department and Coordinator of WP1
  • WP1 Duration modified: 11 months : 1st March – 31rd January
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Status of WP 1
  • Overall objectives of WP1
    • Identification, classification and mapping of existing EU biorefineries (resources, products, process) and of existing prospectives.
    • Measurement of the current processing potential of existing facilities, including energy balance and life cycle analysis.
  • Outputs : define the state of the art of existing European biorefineries.
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Status of WP 1
  • Tasks of WP1 :
    • Task 1.1. Definition of the existing concepts of biorefinery in Europe…. Completed (report to be written)
    • Task 1.2. Review of existing industrial platformsin Europe…. Completed (report to be written)
    • Task 1.3. Mapping of biorefineries in Europe…. to be done
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Status of WP 1

  • Past Timetable :
    • May 4th : WP1- WebMeeting 1: selection of the concepts, agreed on a general definition of Biorefinery and preparing the questionnaire
    • May 9th : WP1- WebMeeting 2: validation of concepts selected, finalization of questionnaire and list of stakeholders.
    • June 12th : Biorefinery Euroview WP1/WP2 and BIOPOL WP1 coordination Meeting in Brussels : agreed on a common industrial questionnaire (BIOPOL/BE)
    • June 28th: Phone Meeting : finalization on common BIOPOL/BE questionnaire
    • July 10th and 11th: WP1/WP2/WP3 - Meeting / Project Executive Board
    • Early- Mid July : Send of the questionnaire (First Deadline : September 7th ; Second Deadline : October 14th)
    • September 27th : WP1/WP2 Meeting in Lille :
      • WP1: Analyze of answers of questionnaires and information received from each partners
      • WP1: Selection of industrial plants to visit
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Status of WP 1- Task 1.1 : completed (report to be written)

  • Task 1.1. Concepts for biorefinery in Europe
    • Based on a review received from each partners of information concerning :
      • Definitions of Biorefinery
      • Definitions of Biorefinery concepts
      • EU Research programs :
      • EU Conferences :
  • General definition of Biorefinery
  • Selection of EU existing concepts of Biorefinery and conversion technologies
  • Comparison of those concepts with developments going-on outside Europe
  • D1.1 = Report on current biorefinery concepts in Europe
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.1: completed

  • Task 1.1. Concepts for biorefinery in Europe
    • General definition for Biorefinery selected :

“Integrated bio-based industries, using a variety of different technologies to produce chemicals, biofuels, food and feed ingredients, biomaterials (including fibers) and power from biomass raw materials »

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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.1: completed

  • Task 1.1. Concepts for biorefinery in Europe
    • Concepts of Biorefinery selected :
  • Green Biorefinery
    • typically companies that run in a campaign fashion, using wet biomass, i.e. unstable renewable resources, such as potatoes, tapioca, sugar beets and sugar cane
  • Cereal Biorefinery
    • using stable dry cereals such as maize, wheat and rice to produce starch and derivatives
  • Oilseed Biorefinery
    • using oil-containing seeds, such as rapeseed, sunflower, olive and soy, typically producing food and feed ingredients, biodiesel and oleochemical products
  • Forest based and lignocellulosic Biorefinery
    • using forest based and lignocellulosic biomass to produce cellulose fibres, chemicals, lignin and energy.
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.1: completed

  • Task 1.1. Concepts for biorefinery in Europe
    • Conversion technology identified :
  • Thermochemical conversion
    • Pyrolysis
    • Gasification
  • Biochemical conversion
    • Fermentation
    • (Bio)catalysis
    • Digestion
    • Hydrolysis
    • Other chemical processes
  • Incineration
    • Heat and power generation
  • Biomass fractionation
    • Mechanical separation
    • Extraction / Purification
    • Distillation
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.2 : … in progress

  • Task 1.2. Review of existing platforms
      • Based on information received from each partners
      • Based on a review of information from industrial questionnaire sent to EU industries (common with Biopol)
        • Existing/pilot/ futur industrial Platforms : 287 contacts / 212 industries
  • Review of existing industrial plants in EU and outside EU, including their advancement state (industrial, pilot plant, …) … partially done.
  • 8 - 10 plants has been selected to be visited as a sample of the different categories existing in Europe, from a technological, geographical and agricultural point of view and considering the 4 concepts selected in Task 1.1…. completed.
  • D1.2 : Report : Selection and description (advancement state) of the 8-10 selected platforms
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.2 : … in progress

  • Task 1.2. Review of existing platforms
  • Review of existing industrial plants in EU and outside EU, including their advancement state(industrial, pilot plants…)
    • WP1- T1.2.1a : Review of information of industries in Europe from the questionnaires received
    • WP1- T1.2.1b : Review of existing industrial plants in Europe and outside Europe
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.2 : … in progress

  • Task 1.2. Review of existing platforms
  • 8 - 10 plants has been selected to be visited as a sample of the different categories existing in Europe, from a technological, geographical and agricultural point of view.
    • WP1- T1.2.2 : Industrial plants selected to be visited
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Status of WP 1 – Task 1.3 : … in progress

  • Task 1.3. Mapping of biorefinery
    • Visit of industrial plants in Europe.
    • July 12th: visit of Biorefinery site of Pomacle/Bazancourt (France):
      • R&D plant ARD and Soliance
      • Pulp paper straw pilot plant (process CIMV)
      • Bioethanol plant : Cristanol
    • October 20th : visit of Cargill Gent and Nedalco
    • November/December: the visit of the others industrial plants (selected in Task 1.2: WP1- T1.2.2) to collect more data :
      • Industrial questionnaire to complete (if not already)
      • Who will visit the plants ?
  • An European mapping will be built based on extrapolation of the previous samples.
  • A comparison will be made with the main existing biorefineries outside Europe.
  • D1.3 : Map of existing European industrial sites
  • D1.4 : Review of non European Industrial biorefinery sites
  • D1.5 : Workshop report
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Status of WP1: ….in progress and to be done

  • Projected Timetable :
    • November/December : Visit of industrial plants
    • Early January : Meeting
      • Outcomes of the industries visited
      • Building of the European mapping and comparison with the main existing biorefineries outside Europe.
    • February/March: Common Workshop (WP1 (EUAO)+WP2 (RDNGAP))
    • End of March: Workshop report
contacts information
Contacts information

For further informations contact :

Mr Vincent STEINMETZ

Chief Executive Officer of CARINNA

[email protected]

Mrs Ghislaine GRENIER DE MARCH

Head of CARINNA - Europol\'Agro Department

[email protected]

Miss Delphine CHRISTIAN

Innovation project manager of CARINNA - Europol\'Agro Department

[email protected]

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