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ICEF 2nd. Annual Meeting Summary: Concurrent Session - Advanced Liquid Biofuels

Posted by ICEF Secretariat August 27, 2015

In order to reduce CO2 emissions from the transport sector, advanced liquid biofuels using lignocellulosic biomass, non-food crops or waste need to reach the market. This session will focus on opportunities and challenges in advanced liquid biofuels. Key issues, such as trends of the market and technologies, experiences and challenges of commercialization (i.e. innovative technologies, emerging pathways, and business models), enhancing innovation processes and partnerships for business development will be discussed.

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Andreas C. Kramvis , Vice Chairman, Honeywell

Honeywell UOP, with more than a century of innovations in the oil & gas industry, has commercialized technologies to produce sustainable transportation fuels that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 85 percent compared with petroleum fuels. Honeywell Green Diesel™ and Honeywell Green Jet Fuel™ can be produced using existing refinery infrastructure and can be used in existing engines, without modification. These flexible technologies can process a number of feedstocks depending on cost and availability, helping accelerate the commercial production and adoption of these advanced fuels.