IEA Bioenergy Task 37 Energy From Biogas

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IEA Bioenergy Task 37Energy from BiogasKnowledge sharing opportunities for Australiaduring the 2016-2018 trienniumA/Prof Bernadette McCabeNTL: Task 37Bioenergy Australia ConferenceBrisbane, QLD, 14-16 Nov 2016CRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Overview Review major national and international eventsof 2016 for Task 37 Summary of topics for the 2016-2018triennium Development of technical reports and successstories/case studiesCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Review of 2016 Events ARENA supported Bioenergy Australia BiogasWorkshop Parramatta 25th July, 2016Melbourne 27th July, 2016Gold Coast 2nd August, 2016Presentation : IEA BIOENERGY TASK 37: Energy from BiogasHow do we shape up on the International stage?See kshops.html#booking IEA Task 37 meetings Summary of first meeting: April 13-15th Wallingford, EnglandOverview of second meeting: November 17-18th Toowoomba, AustraliaCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081

IEA Bioenergy Task37 meeting - UK1. Close off work program 2013-2015 Recent reports completed: Anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge (Switzerland) The economics of small scale AD (UK) Reports to complete: Methane emissions (Germany)See http://www.iea-biogas.net/technicalbrochures.html for a full list of technical brochuresCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

IEA Bioenergy Task37 meeting - UK2. Work program 2016-2018 Objectives To carry out expert technicalwork on sustainable digestion ofsubstrates, associated reactor configurations and utilisation ofproduced biogas To provide expert technical support to assess the externalities ofbiogas systems To provide guidance and advice on best practice to policy makersTo provide technical support to policy makers and to the publicSee http://www.iea-biogas.net/work-program.htmlCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

IEA Bioenergy Task37 meeting - UKHalf day workshop involving UK industry and government agencies Process optimisationSmall scale AD – Launch of the small scale AD brochure Invited to present a 20 min talk on small scale technologyin AustraliaPanel discussionTechnical tour in afternoon visiting 2 biogas plants Icknield Fm Biogas plantBattle Fm Biogas plantCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

IEA Bioenergy Task37 meeting - AustraliaBusiness Meeting in Toowoomba, Queensland, AustraliaNovember 17th-18th, 2016ANDBioenergy Australia Conference and Technical TourNovember 14th – November 16th 2016, Brisbane, Queensland,AustraliaHosted by Bioenergy Australiaand the National Centre for Engineeringin Agriculture, University of Southern QueenslandCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Technical reports for the2016-2018 trienniumKey activity at this week's Task meeting will be continuingdiscussion of content of technical reports identified at UK taskmeeting1. Food Waste Digestion Systems (Korea and Switzerland)Report will investigate: The issue of variability of food wasteCollection systemsFrequency of collectionFocus on domestic and commercial food waste rather thanprocessing wasteCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

2. Grid injection and greening of the gas grid (France)The Green Gas Commitment includes 6 European Gas Grids whohave an ambition of substituting 100% of natural gas with greenrenewable gas by 2050.Report will investigate: How the industry will evolve The importance of green gas in supplying renewable energyin transport and in renewable heat for industries on the gasgridRationale behind using biogas to produce biomethane insteadof CHPCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

3. International approaches to sustainable anaerobicdigestion (Australia)Report will investigate: The concept of what constitutes sustainable biogas systems inthe context of financial and environmental factors Simple, well designed systems which are cost effective andhave minimum reliance on subsidies Systems that involve good practice vs high potential for badpractice Emphasis will be placed on international approaches outsideEurope, optimum use of biogas, minimization of traveldistances, relative costs of materialsCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

4. The role of anaerobic digestion and biogas in thecircular economy (Denmark)Report will investigate: AD as a multi-process system including for waste treatment,environmental improvement, renewable energy production andbiofertiliser production Flexible end product applications in renewable electricity, heat andtransport fuel Innovative systems. For eg: Seaweed biogas may have a role in multi-trophic aquaculture Anaerobic digestion has applications in liquid biofuel and biorefinerysystemsMicroalgae may scrub carbon from a bioenergy power plant and providefeed for a biogas plantCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

5. Best practice guidelines for Biogas Industry (Germany)Focus of the report is to evaluate the veracity and applicability ofbiomethane potential (BMP) assaysReport will investigate: The importance of inoculum in the BMP result and whether theinoculum is suitable for the feedstock Different systems have found to yield different BMP results Benefits of using continuous systems digestion of the substrate overa period of time to give specific methane yields (SMY) correspondingto different organic loading rates (OLR) and hydraulic retention times(HRT) Essential operating conditions would also be obtained such as pH,TAN, VFAs, FOS/TACCommentary on statistical analysis (such as ANOVO) and kineticmodelling may be discussedCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

6. Biomethane as a Transport Fuel (Sweden)Following the IEA AMF publication http://www.ieaamf.org/content/fuel information/methane this short report willprovide up to data to reflect comparisons of modern natural gasvehicle engines.CRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Success stories andcase studies1. A success story on a Brewery in Austria at Guuesser2. A case study on gasification to biomethane at the GoBiGas facility inGothenburg3. Biomethane at a sugar beet factory in Switzerland4. A case study of a power to gas facility in Germany upgrading biogas tobiomethane supervised by the Fraunhoffer5. A case study of an emission study at a biogas facility in Berlin6. A case study on application of biogas to the pork industry in Australia7. A case study on small scale biogas facilities in Holland8. A case study on three upgrading biogas units including for landfill gas9. A case study on very large digesters built in Denmark10.A case study from OS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Task BusinessMeetings for2017/2018 Denmark workshop on sustainability and socio-economicanalyses The Netherlands workshop on grid injection and farm scalebiogas. Finland IrelandCRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

Feedback andcontributionswelcome A/Prof Bernadette McCabeNational Team Leader: Task 37National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture,University of Southern QueenslandBernadette.McCabe@usq.edu.auPh: 07 4631 1623CRICOS QLD00244B NSW 02225M TEQSA:PRF12081IEA Bioenergy Task 37

IEA Bioenergy Task 37 IEA Bioenergy Task 37 meeting - UK 2. Work program 2016-2018 Objectives To carry out expert technical work on sustainable digestion of substrates, associated reactor configurations and utilisation of produced biogas To provide expert technica

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