Development of Bio-Diesel Industry in the Philippines. Richard Torres, D1 Oils ADB Headquarters, Manila, 25 May 2006. Topics. Current Situation Feed Stock Nursery/Plantation –Crushing/Oil/Expulsion/Refinery Social Economic Effect Technology. Current Situation.
Richard Torres, D1 OilsADB Headquarters, Manila, 25 May 2006
Pres GMA recently directed government agencies to establish mechanism and funding for development of JME as biodiesel alternative.
DOE establishing standards for JME and tapping D1 Oils as main source of data.
Table 3. Area, production and value of production of five important crops, in 2003
Rice and corn occupy 41 and 24 percent, respectively, of the total agricultural area. Of the 4 million hectares grown
Table 1. Land utilization in the Philippines important crops, in 2003
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION important crops, in 2003
1,000 - hectare plantation
5,000 - hectare plantation
FULL IMPLEMENTATION important crops, in 2003
EN 14214: per ton
Seedling: per piece
Seeds: per ton
CJO: per ton
Philipiines Biodiesel Pool
Biodiesel for Local
“ important crops, in 2003Meeting Growing Global Demand for Biodiesel”
D1's objective is to become a global, sustainable producer of competitively priced biodiesel.
We aim to meet the world's growing demand for more green transport fuel.
We intend to deliver a consistent high volume output of sustainable vegetable feedstock oils and high quality biodiesel.
We are building a global portfolio of planting and refining operations and we believe production in volume for the long term is the most profitable way to maintain our lead over competitors.
D1 is commercially driven with a business model that addresses the pressing global issues of fuel supply security, climate change and sustainable development.”
With an Immediate Goal of planting 6,000 hectares for 2006 for the Philippines