About Biofuel and Biomass
It’s our pleasure to welcome you all to the “2nd International Webinar on Biofuel and Biomass” which scheduled during January 24-25, 2022. The theme of the conference is “Recent Advancement in Biofuel & Biomass” during the covid-19 pandemic. We want to gather all the experts and students, YRF,s & interested peoples related from across the field who will be presenting their advanced research and challenges faced during the pandemic and their thoughts, Knowledge, and Opinion with the rest of us in an International global Webinar.
Biofuel and Biomass 2022 will offer Research sessions, Poster sessions, Tutorials, Video Demonstrations, Industry Sessions, Q and A Panels, and a Ph.D. presentation. It will be a great global webinar for sharing the latest insights of academic and industrial research as well as to experience the unique connections.
Track 1: Biomass
As a vitality source, biomass can either be utilized legitimately through ignition to create heat or optionally in the wake of changing it to various types of biofuel. Biomass is a natural issue collected from living, or as of late living beings. Biomass is an inexhaustible wellspring of fuel to yield vitality since squander buildups will consistently win – in types of scrap wood, plant residuals and backwoods assets and appropriately coordinated woodlands will consistently have extra trees, and we will perpetually have crops and the unconsumed natural issue from those harvests.
Track 2: Advanced Biofuels
Original biofuel forms are helpful however controlled by and large: there is a breaking point above which they can't yield enough biofuel without denying nourishment supplies and biodiversity. Some original biofuels depend on appropriations and have not cost seriously with winning petroleum derivatives, for example, oil, and some of them yield just restricted ozone-depleting substance discharges investment funds. While thinking about outflows from creation and transport, life-cycle evaluation from original biofuels ordinarily approach those of customary non-renewable energy sources. Progressed
Tracks and Key Topics
- Track 1 : Biomass
- Track 2 : Advanced Biofuels
- Track 3 : Biomass Technologies
- Track 4 : Bioenergy
- Track 5 : Bio alcohols and Bioethanol
- Track 6 : Bioenergy Applications
- Track 7 : Biomass Feed Stocks for Renewable Energy Generation
- Track 8 : Renewable Biofuel and Bioenergy in the global energy transformation
- Track 9 : Biohydrogen
- Track 10 : Biomass Technologies
- Track 11 : Bioenergy Conversion
Organizing Committee Member
The biofuels market size is projected to reach USD 230.5 billion by 2025, with a CAGR of 5.10% from 2019 to 2025. The major factors driving the growth of the global biofuels market include the potential to reduce emissions. According to Emissions Gap Report 2018, the global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions show no signs of peaking which would help to limit global warming. The global biofuels market is projected to grow at a high rate during the forecast period due to the renewability of biodiesel. According to WBA Global Bioenergy Statistics 2018, published by World Bioenergy Association, liquid biofuels especially biodiesel is the leading renewable solution for the transport sector as it would lead to environment-friendly use of biofuels in the transportation sector. For instance, In 2016, 3.43 Exa Joule (EJ) of biofuels was used in the transport sector accounting for 3% of the share in the total energy use in the transport sector.
Increasing use of crude glycerin from biodiesel production would act as an opportunity for the biofuels market, as crude glycerin can be used for multiple purposes uses such as for freeze protection for coal, and as a dust suppressant. However, Insufficient availability of all types of feedstocks such as algae, starch, and sugar would hinder the market growth, as all the feedstocks do not possess the same performance concern for the market. Key players in the biofuels market such as Archer Daniels Midland Company, Aceites Manuel