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


PyNe 46 – Published!

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Inside this Issue:

Page 3: Residential heating with fast pyrolysis bio-oil

Page 7: Denmark joins IEA Task 34

Page 9: Key Observations from Fast Pyrolysis Bio-Oil Cross-Flow Microfiltrations

Page 13: Hydrothermal Liquefaction for the sustainable management of municipal wastewater sludge

Page 16: Towards a pyrolysis biorefinery: Valorization strategies for the pyrolytic lignin fraction (part I)

Page 18: Fast pyrolysis of hydrolysis lignin in fluidized bed

Page 22: Autothermal oxidative pyrolysis pilot plant in BioValue



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

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