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					                     Wednesday, 8 June 2011


WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2011

PLENARY SESSION PC1

08:30 - 10:10      Algae and energy crops:
                   future research development

Chairpersons:

         K. Sipilä
         VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo,
         Finland

         invited

PC1.1    J.G.G. Jonker, A.P.C. Faaij
         University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
         Micro-Algae Cultivation for Renewable Bioenergy
         Production

PC1.2    J. Skarka, C. Rösch
         Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-
         Leopoldshafen, Germany
         C. Posten
         Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
         The Potential of Energy Production from Microalgae
         in Europe with Particular Reference to Land and CO2
         Availability

PC1.3    M. Del Val, E. Maletta, J.E. Carrasco
         CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain
         Energy and Economic Analysis of a Double
         Cropping System for Biomass Production under Two
         Different Spanish Conditions

PC1.4    C. Strauß, A. Vetter, A. Nehring
         Thuringian Federal State Institute for Agriculture,
         Dornburg-Camburg, Germany
         Development and Comparison of Optimised
         Cropping Systems for the Production of Energy
         Plants under the Variety of Regional Conditions
         in Germany (“EVA / EVA II”)

PC1.5    L. Hobson
         Wilton Centre, Redcar, Cleveland, United Kingdom
         N. Lopez Lopez
         Abengoa Bioenergia Nuevas Tecnologias, Seville, Spain
         F. Rogalla
         Aquila Gestion Integral del Agua, Lisbon, Portugal
         M. Soares Pinto
         Hart Energy Consulting, Rixensart, Belgium
         K. Maniatis
         European Commission, DG Energy, Brussels, Belgium
         Algal Biofuel Developments in the EU
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VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T5.1/3/4/5

08:30 - 10:10      International bioenergy trade / Assessment
                   of secondary effects of bioenergy /
                   Financing of bioenergy projects /
                   International cooperation

Detailed information on Session VP T5.1/3/4/5 is presented in the
section entitled ‘Visual Presentations’.


BREAK 10:10 - 10:40


ORAL SESSION OC1

10:40 - 12:05      Energy crops

Chairpersons:

         S. Kyritsis
         Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

         B. Caslin
         The Agriculture & Food Development, Carlow, Ireland

OC1.1    X. Fan, X. Hou, J. Wu
         Beijing Research and Development Center for Grass,
         P.R. China
         Relative Salt Tolerance of Switchgrass (Panicum
         Virgatum) Varieties During Germination and Early
         Seedlings Development

OC1.2    W. Zegada-Lizarazu, G. Pritoni, A. Monti
         University of Bologna, Italy
         Long-Term Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization on Giant
         Reed (Arundo Donax L.) Biomass Productivity

OC1.3    M.D. Curt, M. Sanz, B. Esteban, G. Sánchez,
         M. Barreiro, J. Fernández
         Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain
         Assessment of Commercial Varieties of Sorghum
         Grown in a Short Cycle for Biomass and Sugar
         Production

OC1.4    F. Di Fulvio, D. Bergström, K. Kons, T. Nordfjell
         Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå,
         Sweden
         Productivity and Costs of Forest Machine Systems
         in the Harvesting of ‘over-Grown’ Willow Plantations

OC1.5    A. Gützloe, U. Thumm, I. Lewandowski
         University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
         Influence of Cutting Frequency and Nitrogen
         Fertilization in Permanent Grassland on the Biogas
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ORAL SESSION OC2

10:40 - 12:05     Pellet production from wood
                  and alternative biomass

Chairpersons:

         J. Witt
         German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

         J. Dahl
         Danish Technological Institute, Taastrup, Denmark

OC2.1    M. Havimo, J. Rikala
         University of Helsinki, Finland
         The Effect of Process Conditions on Pellet
         Properties in Laboratory Scale Pelletizing

OC2.2    J.M. Castellano, M. Gómez, J.M. López, J.E. Carrasco
         CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain
         L.S. Esteban
         CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain
         Effect of Starch Addition on Physical Quality
         and Thermogravimetric Behaviour of Pellets
         from Different Biomass Raw Materials

OC2.3    E. Repsa, E. Kronbergs, M. Smits
         Latvia University of Agriculture, Jelgava, Latvia
         Compaction Characteristics of Common Reeds
         and Mechanism for Solid Biofuel Production

OC2.4    L. Lerminiaux
         Phytofuels Investments, Kiev, Ukraine
         P. de Jamblinne
         Tuzetka, Nivelles, Belgium
         R. Poppens, W. Elbersen
         Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research,
         The Netherlands
         M. Kylik
         Poltava State Agrarian Academy, Poltava, Ukraine
         Sustainable Production of Biomass Pellets
         from Straw, Switchgrass and Reed in Ukraine

OC2.5    W. Stelte, J. Ahrenfeldt, L. Shang, U.B. Henriksen
         Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark
         C. Clemons
         USDA - Forest products laboratory, Madison, USA
         J.K. Holm
         DONG Energy, Copenhagen, Denmark
         A.R. Sanadi
         University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Denmark
         Pelletizing Properties of Torrefied Biomass




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ORAL SESSION OC3

10:40 - 12:05       Ethical and socio-economic impacts
                    to sustainable biomass production

Chairpersons:

          A.K. Lutzenberger
          Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany

          invited

OC3.1     F. Van Stappen, A. Delcour, J.P. Goffart,
          V. Decruyenaere, Ph. Burny, F. Rabier
          CRA-W, Gembloux, Belgium
          D. Stilmant
          CRA-W, Libramont, Belgium
          Environmental and Socio-Economic Sustainability
          and Pertinence of Alternative Scenarios for Food
          and Non Food Uses of Cereal Resources in Wallonia

OC3.2     D. Rutz, R. Janssen
          WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany
          Sustainability of Biofuels and Bioproducts:
          Socio-Economic Impact Assessment

OC3.3     M.P. Cunha, M.R.L.V. Leal
          Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory,
          Campinas, Brazil
          Prospects for the Evolution of Socioeconomic
          Indicators on the Brazilian Sugarcane and Ethanol
          Production over Next 20 Years

OC3.4     M. Zichy, C. Dürnberger
          Institute TTN, Munich, Germany
          B. Formowitz, A. Uhl
          Technologie- und Förderzentrum Straubing, Germany
          Ethics of Biomass Production for Energy Use:
          An Ethical Tool

OC3.5     K. Nyström, K. Haara
          World Bioenergy Association, Stockholm, Sweden
          Certification Criteria for Sustainable Biomass
          for Energy Necessary to Create a Global Market


VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T5.6

10:40 - 12:05       Biomass strategies and policies

Detailed information on Session VP T5.6 is presented in the section
entitled ‘Visual Presentations’.


LUNCH     12:05 - 13:15
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ORAL SESSION OC4

13:15 - 14:40      Energy crops

Chairpersons:

         B. Kerckow
         FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, Gülzow,
         Germany

         invited

OC4.1    B. Mast, S. Graeff-Hönninger, W. Claupein
         University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
         C. Konrad
         European Institut for Energy Research, Karlsruhe,
         Germany
         G. Göttlicher
         EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe,
         Germany
         Strip-Wise Cultivation of Annual and Perennial Crops
         - A Sustainable Alternative Cropping System for the
         Production of Biogas Substrate

OC4.2    S. Bergante, G. Facciotto
         CRA-PLF, Casale Monferrato, Italy
         Nine Years of Measurements in Italian SRC Trial
         with 14 Poplar and 6 Willow Clones

OC4.3    M. Berti, R. Nudell, B. Johnson
         North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA
         Forage Resources as Feedstocks for the Biofuel
         Industry in North Dakota, USA

OC4.4    J. Witzelsperger, S. Haselbeck, E. Remmele,
         A. Hartmann, M. Fritz
         Technologie- und Förderzentrum Straubing, Germany
         B. Rohowsky, T. Häßler, M. Faulstich
         Technische Universität München, Straubing, Germany
         Preservation of Sweet Sorghum under Anaerobic
         Conditions by Using Formic Acid as an Additive

OC4.5    R. Spinelli
         CNR-IVALSA, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
         G. Picchi
         CNR-IVALSA, San Michele all’Adige, Italy
         Harvesting Systems for Poplar Medium Rotation
         Forestry




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ORAL SESSION OC5

13:15 - 14:40      Characterisation and supply
                   of solid biofuels

Chairpersons:

         S. Capaccioli
         ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Florence, Italy

         invited

OC5.1    M. Kappes, A. Schneider, D. Hein, W. Krumm
         University of Siegen, Germany
         Economical Assessment of Blended Biomass Pellets
         Production

OC5.2    J. Dahl
         Danish Technological Institute, Taastrup, Denmark
         S. Lindholst, P. Lyck Hansen
         Danish Technological Institute, Aarhus, Denmark
         A. Lönnermark, H. Persson, P. Blomqvist
         SP Technical Reserach Institute of Sweden, Borås,
         Sweden
         Off-Gassing and Self Heating of Biopellets -
         Simplified Methods for Characterisation of Activity

OC5.3    S. Narra, P. Ay
         Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus,
         Germany
         T. Zeng, N. Weller
         German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany
         Pelletisation of Rye- and Wheat Straw with Additives

OC5.4    K. Kärhä
         Metsäteho, Helsinki, Finland
         Production Systems of Forest Chips in Finland

OC5.5    L.K. Mun
         EU-Malaysia Biomass Sustainable Production Initiative,
         Putrajaya, Malaysia
         Creating Business Partnership in Biomass Pellet
         between Malaysia and EU with Biomass-SP




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ORAL SESSION OC6

13:15 - 14:40     Certification and sustainable schemes
                  for biomass and biofuels

Chairpersons:

         L. Marelli
         European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

         C. Panoutsou
         Imperial College London, United Kingdom

OC6.1    N. Ludwiczek, D. Bacovsky
         Bioenergy2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Germany
         J. Neeft
         NL Agency, Utrecht, The Netherlands
         Biograce - Harmonising Biofuel Sustainability
         Calculations

OC6.2    J. Lieback, K. Kapsa
         GUTcert, Berlin, Germany
         Sustainable Biomass in the Light of Certification
         and Assessment Schemes

OC6.3    H. Østergård, M.V. Markussen
         Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark
         Requirements for Sustainable Bioenergy Production -
         Exemplified by Energy Crops in an Organic Farming
         System

OC6.4    S. McDougall, S. Herbert
         TerraChoice Group, Ottawa, Canada
         Practical Implementation of Biomass Sustainability -
         Making It Work

OC6.5    R.A. Diaz-Chavez
         Imperial College London, United Kingdom
         Social Considerations for Sustainable Bioenergy
         Production. Mapping Stakeholders


VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T1.3/4

13:15 - 14:40     Energy crops / Algae and novel crops

Detailed information on Session VP T1.3/4 is presented in the
section entitled ‘Visual Presentations’.


BREAK 14:40 - 15:00




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ORAL SESSION OC7

15:00 - 16:25     Biomass resources and potentials

Chairpersons:

         N. Sharma
         ENEA, Rotondella, Italy

         M. Christou
         Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Athens, Greece

OC7.1    R. Ehrig, M. Wörgetter, C. Pointner, C. Kristöfel,
         C. Strasser
         Bioenergy2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Austria
         Biomass Mobilisation for Industrial-Scale Bioenergy
         Plants

OC7.2    E. Alakangas, J. Keränen, P. Vesterinen
         VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Jyväskylä,
         Finland
         M. Junginger, J. van Dam
         Utrecht University, The Netherlands
         A. Martikainen
         FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, Gülzow,
         Germany
         O. Olsson, C. Porsö, J. Vinterbäck
         Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Uppsala,
         Sweden
         EUBIONETIII-Solutions to Biomass Trade
         and Market Barriers

OC7.3    N. Scarlat, F. Monforti-Ferrario, J.F. Dallemand
         European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy
         V. Motola
         ENEA, Rotondella, Italy
         Present Status and Perspectives for Bioenergy
         Production and Use in Italy

OC7.4    C. Perakis, V. Papandreou, S. Ntoulas, C. Panoutsou
         Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Pikermi Attiki,
         Greece
         B. Glavonjic, D. Stojiljkovic
         Belgrade State University, Republic of Serbia
         Biomass Potential for Future Investments in Serbia

OC7.5    I. Wan Asma, Y. Mohd Nor, J. Rafidah, T. Azmalisa
         Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
         Y. Mori
         Japan International Research Center for Agricultural
         Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan
         Waste Oil Palm Trees as a Potential Source
         for Biofuels and Value Added Products in Malaysia



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ORAL SESSION OC8

15:00 - 16:25      Torrefaction and hydrothermal
                   carbonisation

Chairpersons:

         A. Nordin
         University of Umea, Sweden

         invited

OC8.1    K. Trattner, E. Reinharter
         ANDRITZ, Graz, Austria
         The ACB® Process - A Brief Introduction

OC8.2    J. Stemann, F. Ziegler
         Berlin University of Technology, Germany
         Hydrothermal Carbonisation (HTC):
         Recycling of Process Water.

OC8.3    C. Marty, T. Chataing
         CEA Grenoble, France
         D. Leboutte
         Cockerill Maintenance and Engineering, Seraing,
         Belgium
         J.M. Commandre
         CIRAD, Montpellier, France
         S. Marc, F. Delpech
         Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble Cedex, France
         Optimization of Multiple Hearth Furnace
         for Biomass Torrefaction

OC8.4    I. Olofsson, M. Nordwaeger, E. Sandström, L. Pommer,
         S. Wiklund-Lindström, K. Håkansson, A. Nordin
         Umeå University, Sweden
         T. Lestander, M. Rudolfsson, G. Kalén, R. Samuelsson
         Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå,
         Sweden
         M. Brännström
         Stora Enso Wood Products R&D, Falun, Sweden
         Torrefaction and Compaction of Eucalyptus
         and Spruce Wood

OC8.5    M. Almendros, W. Nastoll, E. Sanz, R. Andreux
         IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, France
         O. Bonnefoy, A. Govin, R. Guyonnet
         ENSMSE, Saint-Etienne, France
         Influence of Torrefaction Treatment on Wood
         Powder Properties




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ORAL SESSION OC9

15:00 - 16:25      Methods for life cycle analysis
                   and examples

Chairpersons:

         Y. Ryckmans
         Laborelec-Sustainable Process Technologies,
         Linkebeek, Belgium

         S. Mudgal
         Bio Intelligence Service, Paris, France

OC9.1    N. Di Virgilio
         Italian National Research Council, Bologna, Italy
         S. Fazio, A. Monti
         University of Bologna, Italy
         Advances in Bi-Directional Method for Land
         Allocation of Energy Crops

OC9.2    F. Cherubini, A. Strømman, E. Hertwich
         Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
         Trondheim, Norway
         What is the Climate Impact of CO2 Emissions
         from Bioenergy?

OC9.3    D.N. Bird, N. Pena, G. Zanchi
         Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria
         Alternative Greenhouse Gas Accounting Systems
         for Bioenergy: Descriptions and Evaluations

OC9.4    R.R. Bakker, R. Poppens
         Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
         H. van der Beek
         Agricultural Section, Embassy of Netherlands in Egypt,
         Cairo, Egypt
         Sustainable Utilisation of Rice Straw: the Case
         of Egypt

OC9.5    L. Xu, W. Brilman, G. Brem, S. Kersten
         University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
         Life Cycle Assessment of the Production of Biofuels
         from Microalgae


VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T3.3/5

15:00 - 16:25      Production and supply of first generation
                   liquid biofuels / Production and supply
                   of second generation biofuels

Detailed information on Session VP T3.3/5 is presented in the
section entitled ‘Visual Presentations’.

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BREAK 16:25 - 16:45


ORAL SESSION OC10

16:45 - 18:10      Biomass from wood

Chairpersons:

         E. Alakangas
         VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Jyväskylä,
         Finland

         M. Dees
         University of Freiburg, Germany

OC10.1   K. Kärhä
         Metsäteho, Helsinki, Finland
         P. Lahtinen, J. Elo
         Pöyry Energy, Espoo, Finland
         Resources for Forest Chip Production in 2020
         in Finland

OC10.2   T. Karjalainen, Y. Gerasimov
         Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu, Finland
         Energy Wood Resources Availability and Delivery
         Cost in Northwest Russia

OC10.3   F. Di Fulvio, D. Bergström, T. Nordfjell
         Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Uppsala,
         Sweden
         Energy-wood Thinning as an Alternative
         to Pulpwood in Young Birch Stands

OC10.4   A. Rothe, S. Wittkopf, M. Wilnhammer
         University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan,
         Freising, Germany
         Estimating Forest Biomass Supply from Small-Scale
         Private Forest Owners - A Case Study from Southern
         Germany

OC10.5   H. Viana
         Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal
         D. Lopes, J. Aranha
         University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real,
         Portugal
         Dedicated Biomass Plants for Combined Heat
         & Power (CHP). The Portuguese National Strategy




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ORAL SESSION OC11

16:45 - 18:10     Financing tools for bioenergy projects
                  and international cooperation

Chairpersons:

         R. Janssen
         WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany

         F. van Stappen
         Walloon Agricultural Research Centre, Gembloux, Belgium

OC11.1   G. Grassi
         EUBIA, Brussels, Belgium
         H.L. Lewkowic, H. Fried
         G-Energy Technologies, Owings Mills, USA
         S. Capaccioli
         ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Florence, Italy
         Large-Scale Production of Torrefied Biomass
         or Peat Pellets

OC11.2   D. Bradley
         Canadian Bioenergy Association, Ottawa, Canada
         B. Hector
         First Bioenergy, Stockholm, Sweden
         M. Deutmeyer
         CHOREN Industries, Hamburg, Germany
         A Bio-trade Equity Fund to Increase Biomass Trade

OC11.3   S. Bryan
         GERES, Aubagne, France
         A. Koch, P. Leagnavar, M. Otto
         UNEP, Paris, France
         The Potential Of PoA and Bundling for Small-Scale
         Biofuel Production in West Africa

OC11.4   P. Arranz-Piera, F. Horta, E. Velo
         Universitat Politecnica De Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
         Guidelines to Introduce Biomass Systems
         in Decentralised Electrification Programmes
         for MDG Achievement in the Sub Saharan African
         Context. Case Studies of Two Reference Countries:
         Ghana & Mozambique

OC11.5   M. Bissmann, R. Janssen
         WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany
         W. Jaspers, C. Heinze
         NL Agency, Utrecht, The Netherlands
         M. Del Tonkelaar
         ENVIROS, Prague, Czech Republic
         M. Habicht
         Archimedes, Tartu, The Netherlands
         The Large Potential of Financing Bioenergy Projects
         through Structural and Cohesion Funds (SF Energy
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ORAL SESSION OC12

16:45 - 18:10       Optimising and indirect effects of biomass
                    production and biomass use

Chairpersons:

          U. Fritsche
          Oeko-Institute, Darmstadt, Germany

          H. Langeveld
          Biomass Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands

OC12.1    M. Dardat
          DIN CERTCO, Berlin, Germany
          Certification in the Field of Biobased
          and Compostable Products

OC12.2    A.K. Lutzenberger
          Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany
          H. Lehmann
          Federal Environment Agency of Germany, Dessau,
          Germany
          Sustainable Biomass Production - Sustainable
          Agriculture

OC12.3    D. Pfeiffer, D. Thrän
          German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany
          Promoting Projects to Optimise Biomass Energy
          Use”- A Programme Funded by the German Federal
          Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation
          and Nuclear Safety

OC12.4    C. van der Laan, P.A. Verweij
          Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
          N. Wielaard
          SarVision, Wageningen, The Netherlands
          Spatial Modelling of Carbon Stock Dynamics Related
          to Land-Use Change to Oil Palm in East Kalimantan
          with Satellite Based Sar and Extensive Field
          Validations

OC12.5    R. Edwards, D. Mullegan, L. Marelli
          European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy
          Indirect Land USe Change from Increased Biofuels
          Demand - Comparison of Models and Results


VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T3.4

16:45 - 18:10       Production and supply of gaseous biofuels

Detailed information on Session VP T3.4 is presented in the section
entitled ‘Visual Presentations’.

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