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Reports and Presentations

On this webpage find a variety of useful reports and presentations from past BA events.

KEY Reports/ARTICLES

Australian Tartaric Products

An Advanced Biogas Gasification Technology.pdf, Renergi, 21 March 2013

CSIRO Report on CO2 Emissions from Native Forest Residues, 26 July 2001

RIRDC Bioenergy Reports

Integrating Food and Energy Systems, R Sudmeyer et al, Publication 13/099, 78 pages

Evaluation of Biomass Potential for Some Australian Native Grasses, I Chivers and R Henry, Publication 11-101, 19 pages

Feasibility of Agave as a Feedstock for Biofuel Production in Australia, D Chambers and H Holtum, Publication 10-104, 88 pages

Sweet Sorghum - Opportunities for a New, Renewable Fuel and Food Industry in Australia, I O'Hara et al, Publication 13-087, 182 pages.

Presentations

The following sets of presentations are from Bioenergy Australia meetings:

  1. Quarterly Meeting, 20 March 2014
  2. Business Breakfast, 23 May 2014
  3. Quarterly Meeting, 18 Sept 2014
  4. Periodic Meeting, 19 March 2015
  5. Periodic Meeting and AGM, 17 Sept 2015
  6. All day Meeting and AGM, 15 Sept 2016

 

1.  Presentations from the Bioenergy Australia Quarterly Meeting on 20 March 2014 at the CSIRO Corporate Centre, Limestone Ave, Campbell, ACT.

Note - The presentations from earlier Bioenergy Australia quarterly meetings are accessible to financial members of Bioenergy Australia via the Members' area of the website.

 

2.  Bioenergy Business Breakfast, 23 May 2014 Melbourne - presentations

 

3. Presentations from the Bioenergy Australia Quarterly Meeting on 18 September 2014 at the CSIRO Corporate Centre, Limestone Ave, Campbell, ACT.

 

4.  Presentations from the Bioenergy Australia Periodic Meeting on 19 March 2015 at the CSIRO Corporate Centre, Limestone Ave, Campbell, ACT.

(see also this supporting report - Small-Scale Biomass Energy Systems: A report on the potential for industry development in the Sunshine Coast Region, South-East Queensland, John Meadows, Research Fellow – Forest Industries Research Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast.)

 

5. Presentations from the Periodic Meeting and AGM held on 17th September 2015, in Canberra:

  1. Meeting Agenda, 17 Sept 2015
  2. ARENA’s Investment Priorities, Matt Walden - ARENA
  3. Australian Biomass for Bioenergy Assessment, Julie Bird, Julie Bird Consulting/RIRDC
  4. AREMI Project and Catering for Bioenergy, Chelle Nic Raghnaill, NICTA
  5. Update on the ISO PC248 Sustainability Criteria for Bioenergy, Mark Brown, USC
  6. The Forestry Carbon Accounting Debate, Annette Cowie, NSW DPI/IEA Bioenergy Task 38
  7. IEA Bioenergy - Participation and Updates:
    1. ARENA Funding Agreement and Australia’s enhanced participation in IEA Bioenergy, Steve Schuck
    2. Task 37 Energy from Biogas, Bernadette McCabe
    3. Task 38 Climate Change Impacts of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems, Annette Cowie
    4. Task 39 Commercialising Conventional and Advanced Liquid Biofuels, Les Edye (presented by Steve Schuck).
    5. Task 43 Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets, Mark Brown
  8. Biomass Oils: Game-changing new technology for biofuels and bioproducts, Allan Green, CSIRO
  9. Perspectives on the Australian Biofuels Market, Simon Roycroft, Refuelling Solutions (available on request)

Additional Materials from the 17th Sept Meeting:

 

 6. Presentations from the All Day Meeting and AGM 2016, 15 Sept 2016, Canberra

  1. Agenda 15 Sept 2016
  2. Welcome and Introductions   Griff Rose, Chairman, BA (Forum) Ltd
  3. Bioenergy Projects at ARENA Amy Philbrook for Dom Zaal, ARENA
  4. Australian Biomass for Bioenergy Assessment – project update and demo, Julie Bird, Julie Bird Consulting/RIRDC
  5. Proposal for a Biomass Removal Bushfire Mitigation Strategy – Better fire-proofing country towns, Gavin Matthew, Australian Forest Products Association
  6. Securing Assured Feedstocks from Wastes, Residues and By Products, Mark Glover, Ecowaste
  7. Bioenergy Australia 2016 Conference – update on arrangements, Steve Schuck
  8. Waste-to-Energy Innovations Powering a Circular Economy, Bernadette McCabe, National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture, USQ 
  9. Breaking the Food vs Fuel Nexus: New leaf oil technology for sustainable, intensified production of bio-based fuels, Thomas Vanhercke, CSIRO
  10. Biomass Producer website update, Connie Crookshanks (BA)
  11. Bioenergy Industry Developments, Steve Schuck (BA)

List of Registrants, Canberra 2016

 

 


Note - The presentations from earlier Bioenergy Australia quarterly meetings are accessible to financial members of Bioenergy Australia via the Members' area of the website.