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Biomass feedstocks

This video canvases opinions on Biomass Feedstocks from a group of presenters at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where the interviewees were part of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
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Heather Brodie talks about ethanol and bioenergy

This video speaks to a presentation by Heather Brodie at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Heather was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Heather talks about the production of ethanol from waste products in the food industry and the importance of ethanol in Australia and internationally.
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Michael Borowitzka from Murdock University discusses Algae for bioenergy

This video speaks to a presentation by Michael Borowitzka at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Michael was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Michael talks about the use of algae for bioenergy in both Australia and internationally.
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Colin Peace from Jumbuk consulting talks about Straw for Biomass Energy

This video speaks to a presentation by Colin Peace at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Colin was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Colin talks about the use of straw for biomass energy in both Australia and internationally.
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Miles Mason from New Energy Corporation, speaks to Bioenergy Australia about waste to energy projects in Australia

This video speaks to a presentation by Miles Mason at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Miles was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
He gives his insights and experiences in the establishment of waste to energy projects in Australia.
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Susan Pond from the United States Study Centre talks about Biofuels for the Aviation and maritime industry.

This video speaks to a presentation by Dr Susan Pond at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Susan was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Susan Pond from the United States Study Centre talks about Biofuels for the Aviation and maritime industry.
Susan is the chair of the Australian Initiative for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (AISAF).
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Benefits of Bioenergy

This video canvases opinions on Biomass Feedstocks from a group of presenters at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where the interviewees were part of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
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Stephen Rogers from Licella talks about the production of biofuels in Australia

This video speaks to a presentation by Stephen Rogers at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Stephen was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Stephen Rogers from Licella talks about the production of biofuels in Australia.
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Ralph Sims talks about the importance of Bioenergy

This video speaks to a presentation by Prof. Ralph Sims at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Ralph was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
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Jane Sargison talks about the use of biomass for electricity generation

This video speaks to a presentation by Jane Sargison at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Jan was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
Jane talks about the use of biomass for the generation of electricity in Australia.
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Bioenergy for rural economic development

Bioenergy is known for its impressive economic and job creation potential, especially in rural areas. Six speakers from the Bioenergy Australia 2013 conference expand on their presentations on how bioenergy fosters rural and regional economic development.
To navigate directly to the individual speakers, please view at the following times:
David Thompson: 0:16
John McGrath: 3:23
Nick O'Brien: 5:13
Ian Guss: 7:10
Amarjot Rathore: 9:52
Colin Stucley: 11:39


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Bioenergy and Climate Change

The Bioenergy Australia 2013 conference included a stream on the Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems. Leading international experts from Australia, Brazil, USA and Sweden provide their perspectives on how biomass contributes to mitigating climate change and more generally sustainability. To navigate directly to the individual speakers, please go to the time indicated: Annette Cowie: 0:17 John McGrath: 2:58 Regis Leal: 4:33 Leif Gustavsson 6:29 Helena Chum: 8:25.

The Bioenergy Australia website http://www.bioenergyaustralia.org/ provides authoritative information on bioenergy, including interviews with experts on many aspects of biomass and bioenergy


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Pacific Pyrolysis carbon negative energy technology

Dr Adriana Downie from Pacific Pyrolysis talks about a slow pyrolysis technology that produces both energy and biochar. The technology not only produces bioenergy, it also produces a biochar that can be used as a soil amendment. This interview was filmed at the 2011 Bioenergy Australia Conference, and is based on a presentation given at that conference.

The Bioenergy Australia website bioenergyaustralia.org/ provides authoritative information on bioenergy, including interviews with experts on many aspects of biomass and bioenergy.
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Mt Romance boiler burns blue gum wood chips to produce sustainable sandalwood oil products

Mt Romance (Sandalwood Factory) in Albany, Western Australia, collects waste wood products daily from nearby plantations to fuel their biomass boiler.  The 6 MW boiler burns 2 tonnes of wood chips every hour, providing steam for the production of sandalwood oil products.  The video was produced as a training resource for students at the Australian National University (ANU).  In the video, Johan Bartlett, Production Manager, explains how blue-gum wood chips power the large boiler at his factory:


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Nick O'Brien from New Forests talks Bioenergy and Forestry

This video presents Nick O’Brien from New Forests as he talks on ‘Bioenergy and Forestry’at the 2013 Bioenergy Australia Conference. Nick talks about ownership and investment in the sector and the value in forestry.


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