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Overview and potential of development of biorefineries

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The development of biorefineries and plant chemistry has gathered pace since the first version of this study, conducted five years ago.

Cereal, beet and oilseed production sectors are very well structured. The same is true of the sectors which supply pulp factories. The other sectors for the supply of[…]

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Auteurs De CHERISEY H, DE CHERISEY HUGUES, ADEME
Public(s) Entreprises et fédérations professionnelles
Collectivités territoriales
Secteur agricole
Administration publique
Thématique Energies renouvelables, réseaux et stockage
Collection Hors collection
Date d'édition 2010/10
Type de document Etude / Recherche
Nb. de pages 221 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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The development of biorefineries and plant chemistry has gathered pace since the first version of this study, conducted five years ago.

Cereal, beet and oilseed production sectors are very well structured. The same is true of the sectors which supply pulp factories. The other sectors for the supply of lignocellulosic biomass are however still at the development stage.

Although the sources of these different sectors are well identified, with each one retaining its particular characteristics, secondary processing produces identical platform chemicals which form the origin of the same derivatives.

The conclusion recommends support for the development of plant chemistry based on industrial implementations, including those related to first-generation biofuels The French and European production chains have certain competitive benefits which should be taken advantage of in a small number of sufficiently ambitious projects.

A French version is available.

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