Biomass Conversion Technology for Transport in the Philippines

Biomass Conversion Technology for Transport in the Philippines Ruby B. De Guzman Department of Energy Philippines Regional Workshop on Overcoming Crit...

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Biomass Conversion Technology for Transport in the Philippines Regional Workshop on Overcoming Critical Bottlenecks to Accelerate Renewable Energy Deployment in ASEAN+6 Countries June 14, 2016 Bangkok, Thailand

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Ruby B. De Guzman Department of Energy Philippines

Existing Biomass Conversion Technology for Transport Sector Biofuel Type

Technology

Feedstock

1. Bioethanol

FermentationDistillation-Dehydration

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Molasses Sugarcane Juice Sweet Sorghum* Cassava* Nipa Sap*

2. Biodiesel

TransesterificationWashing-Dehydration

1. Coconut Oil 2. Used Cooking Oil* 3. Jatropha and Other Non-Food Oil Bearing Fruits*

* Under Study

Department of Energy

Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Republic Act No. 9367: The Biofuels Act of 2006 Provides fiscal incentives and mandates the use of biofuelblended gasoline and diesel fuels BIODIESEL 

2015 consumption of 200 million liters (CME)



2% biodiesel blend starting Feb. 6, 2009

BIOETHANOL  3

10% bioethanol blend to all gasoline starting

Feb. 6, 2012 Department of Energy

Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Targeted Biofuels Blend, 2013-2030

B2 to B5

E20/E85

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Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Biofuels Supply and Demand BIODIESEL SUPPLY

BIOETHANOL SUPPLY



11 accredited producers with annual total capacity of 584.9 million liters



10 accredited producers with annual total capacity of 282 million liters



2 pending applications with proposed total annual capacity of 90 million liters



3 production facilities to be on-stream between 2016-2018 with total additional capacity of 149 million liters

Department of Energy

Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Bioethanol Supply-Demand Outlook, 2016-2030 (in million liters) Year

Gasoline Demand

Bioethanol Blends (Target)

Supply Requirement

2016

4,203

10%

420.3

2020

4,359

20%

871.8

2025

4,948

20%

989.8

2030

5,513

20%/85%

1,102.6

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Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Biodiesel Supply-Demand Outlook, 2013-2030 (in million liters) Year

Diesel Demand

Biodiesel Blends (Target)

Supply Requirement

2016

7,176.41

5%

358.82

2020

7,923.37

10%

792.34

2025

8,693.73

20%

1,738.75

2030

9,030.68

20%

1,806.14

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Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

Opportunities and Challenges OPPORTUNITIES

CHALLENGES

• Biodiesel and bioethanol mandate under RA 9367

• Cost of current feedstock for both biodiesel and bioethanol including supply sustainability

• Fiscal incentives under RA 9367 and RA 9513

• High production cost

• Available areas for feedstock production

• Local bioethanol to fully serve the mandated volume requirement

• Commercially available 2nd and 3rd generation production technology and cost

Department of Energy

Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)

THANK YOU!!! www.doe.gov.ph [email protected]

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Renewable Energy Management Bureau (REMB)