In the production of biofuels, bio-based materials and biochemicals, the three most significant factors are always feedstock, technology, and logistics. The success of any project involves finding the best combination of these at the lowest cost. To properly evaluate feedstocks, long-term viability is an important factor and evaluating profitability for both the grower and producer are the key indicators of this sustainability.
Past 5 Yrs
Feedstock Subject Matter Experts
Our seasoned experts assist with feedstock such as agricultural waste, municipal solid wastes, pulp & paper, energy crops, fats & greases, biogas, algae, and hydrogen. Below is a list of the more common feedstocks with which we provide support.
- Agricultural Waste
- Energy Crops
- Fats and Oils
- Forestry Waste
- Plastic Waste
- Pulp and Paper
- Waste and Waste Oils
Due Diligence of Recycled PET Investment
Client:Global Investment Bank
Due Diligence for USDA Section 9003 Loan Guarantee
Client:Large Oil Refiner
Evaluation of De-carbonizing LNG Value Chain
The greatest successes occur when the selected feedstocks are readily available regionally at competitive prices, and the selected technology is the one which most efficiently converts these raw materials into cost effective products. Initial considerations in choosing a feedstock are its availability, composition, and its operating ranges for temperatures, pressures, and flow rates.
Applying for Commercial Scale Bioeconomy Federal Funding.
Applying for Commercial Scale Bioeconomy Federal Funding.should know that there are
Anaerobic Digestors in Farm & Ranch Operations
How can one determine if an anaerobic digester will provide a value-added economic
Biochar v. Activated Carbon
The same yet different. That’s biochar and activated carbon – both are carbon-based