Advancing bioenergy through Pyrolysis, Hydrothermal Liquefaction and Solvent Liquefaction of Biomass
Inside this Issue:
Page 1: Axel Funke: New member Denmark to host Task 34
Page 3: Benjamin Bronson, Dillon Mazerolle, Travis Robinson: Consequences of using an immiscible quench fluid for engineering scale R&D in fast pyrolysis
Page 11: Kai Toven: Norway joins IEA Task
Page 13: Nanta Sophonrat, Tobias Brink, Kurt Sjöblom: Biocarbon for metallurgical applications
Page 18: Karola Woods: BRISK2 Project
Page 21: Nicholas Schwartz: Automated, Continuous Pyrolysis Reactor for Process Research and Optimization
Page 24: Bingfeng Guo, Ursel Hornung, Nicolaus Dahmen: Hydrothermal liquefaction within a microalgae biorefinery
Page 28: Lasse Rosendahl: HTL Expert Workshop
Direct Thermochemical Liquefaction (DTL)
Click on topics in this graphic to learn more about the principles of DTL.
As part of the IEA Bioenergy Agreement, the purpose of Task 34 is to:
- Develop Biofuel standards to support commercialization of DTL technologies.
- Validate and standardize analytical methods for thermally liquefied biomass
- Encourage exchange of information with our stakeholders
- Support technoeconomic assessment of biomass liquefaction technologies
In partnership, we want you to:
- Let us know about new challenges you see in liquefaction technologies: contact your country representative for opportunities to get involved
- Publish your research updates to the Pyrolysis/Liquefaction Community in the next PyNe newsletter
- Reach out to authors in PyNe newsletter to exchange data and establish new collaborations!