Direct Thermochemical Liquefaction

Welcome to the New Triennium of Task 34

Advancing bioenergy through Pyrolysis, Hydrothermal Liquefaction and Solvent Liquefaction of Biomass


PyNe 44 – Published!

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Inside this Issue:

Page 1: Many new faces with strong commitment – Task meeting in KA

Page 3: Introduction to the members of IEA Task 34

Page 7: Maraike Probst, PhD; Marina Fernández-Delgado Juárez, PhD; Felix Kurzemann, MSc; Dr. María Gómez-Brandón; Prof. Dr. Heribert Insam: Application of FP char ashes in soils

Page 11: Elena Wikberg, Linda Sandström: Co-upgrading of HTL and fossil oil

Page 14: Huamin Wang, PhD., Kim Magrini, PhD., Zhenghua Li, PhD: Co-processing bio-oil/ bio-crude in refineries

Page 18: Cornelius Pfitzer, Andreas Niebel: Choosing pumps for pyrolysis condensate: A Case study

Page 22: Marco Buffi, David Chiaramonti: Fast pyrolysis bio-oil for small scale cogeneration in micro gas turbines

Page 26: Lasse Rosendahl: PhD defense Dr Douglas Elliott

Page 27: Axel Funke: Task 34 – orientation and plans


Direct Thermochemical Liquefaction (DTL)

Click on topics in this graphic to learn more about the principles of DTL.
Feedstock Solvent Liquefaction Fast Pyrolysis Bio-crude Properties Bio-oil Properties Upgrading Applications Heat and Power Biofuels Materials and Products

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:

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