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Reliable bio-based refinery intermediates - BioMates

: Heil, Volker; Schulzke, Tim; Bezergianni, Stella; Kubička, David; Rettenmaier, Nils; Pfisterer, Ulrich; Martin, Michael V.; Mulder, Martijn; Diaz-Chavez, Rocio; Auersvald, Miloš; Shumeiko, B.

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25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, EUBCE 2017. Proceedings : Stockholm, 12-15 June 2017
Florence: ETA, 2017
ISBN: 978-88-89407-17-2
European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) <25, 2017, Stockholm>
European Commission EC
H2020; 727463; BioMates
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer UMSICHT Oberhausen ()
biofuel; ablative fast pyrolysis; biomass to liquid (BTL) fuel; upgrading; agricultural residues

The BioMates technology aims to convert residues and 2nd generation biomass like straw and miscan-thus into high-quality bio-based intermediates (the “BioMates”), of compatible properties with conventional refinery conversion units, allowing their direct and risk-free integration to any refinery towards the production of hybrid fuels. The BioMates approach encompasses innovative non-food/non-feed biomass conversion technologies, including ablative fast pyrolysis (AFP) and single-stage mild catalytic hydrotreating (mild-HDT) as main processes. In-line-catalysis and staged condensation attached to AFP as well as electrochemical H2-compression in mild-HDT are additional innovative steps that improve the conversion efficiency and product quality of the BioMates approach. BioMates is a Horizon 2020-project, put into practice by eight partners from industry, academia and research centres. First results: Bio-oil production from a mixture of wheat and barley straw in a TRL 4 AFP-plant was performed with a yield of 21 wt.-% to tarry liquid product. Mild-HDT of such bio-oil lead to organic product phases with acid numbers down to 3.0 mg KOH/g for reaction temperatures of up to 360 °C.