Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical

6th – 7th March 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


“The Global Market for Biorefinery Products is expected to clinch $714.6 Billion by 2021 from $466.6 Billion in 2016 at whopping CAGR of 8.9%.


About the Event

The Global Market for Biorefinery Products is expected to clinch $714.6 Billion by 2021 from $466.6 Billion in 2016 at whopping CAGR of 8.9%. Whereas, The global market for wood pellets demand in the industrial sector reached about 13.8 million tonnes in 2016. Every year, only 3% of the 170 million tonnes of biomass produced by photosynthesis is being utilized which can provide a number of opportunities to biorefinery and biochemical to process his biomass. The prime factors driving the Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical Industries include growing awareness of environmental issues linking with fossil fuel consumption and inflating global energy demand, consumers’ acceptance for biorefinery products and growing need for energy independence. With the factors driving growth of this market, there are various challenges as well which include degree of complexity with the utilization of multiple feedstock depending on the application requirement, regulated biomass availability and economic & technological risks.

In view of the above developments, Trade Essential is organising Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical Conference, highlighting the major innovations and contemporary approaches in Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical industries. The conference will cover new research results, European Bioeconomy, waste management, Outlook on Pyrolytic Lignin, Potential of Microalgae, Green Biorefinery Strategies, Overview on Biomates, Carbon Cycle management, Application of Blockchain Biofuel, Research on Bio-Based Epoxy Resin, Mass cultivation of feedstock, and much more.

The Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical Conference will be a dynamic gathering of Biorefinery Specialists, Biomass and Bioenergy Scientists, Renewable Energy Directors, Biomethane and Regulation Managers, Energy Sector Consultants, Researchers, Professors, Research Scientists, Chemical Engineers, Legal Advisors, Technology Developers, Fuel Engineers etc. to exchange views on Biorefinery and Biochemicals, to enhance their business strategies, explore the latest trends, and manage the key changes taking place  In the industry.

  • Regional Outlook and Market Research
    • European Outlook: Bio-Industrial and Bio-Refinery
    • Outlook on Bioenergy Production
    • An Outlook on Pyrolytic Lignin


  • Technological Aspects
    • Employing Microwave Radiation in Biofuel Production
    • Nanotechnology in Microalgal Biorefinery
    • Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Algae


  • Latest Research on Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical
    • Challenges and Benefits of using 2G Biomass
    • Artificial Cellulase for Cellulosic Ethanol Production
    • Beech Wood Bio-Oil for Application as Raw Material


Biorefinery & Bio-Based Chemical
6th – 7th March 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Day 1: 6th March 2019
 8.30 AM Registration 
Biorefinery and Future Potential: Overview of Algal Biomass Output and Market Ahead


  • Market Size 2024
  • Segment and Region that will lead and drive market growth and why?
  • Mapping the Competitive landscape
  • Key sustainability strategy 

Vítor Verdelho Vieira, General Manager, European Algae Biomass Association

Bio-based Chemicals Commercial & Near Market Products.

Kees W. Kwant, Senior Expert on Bioenergy and Biobased Economy, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (

Bio-based Chemicals Commercial & Near Market Products C1 to Cn


Current production of bio-based chemicals, chemicals that potentially can be produced from major biorefinery platforms, market growth predictions for the production of bio-based chemicals, and an overview of commercial and near market bio-based chemicals. The products are either demonstrating strong market growth or have significant industry investment in development and demonstration. Companies actively developing bio-based chemicals and polymers and information on potential greenhouse gas emission savings and how the co-production of bio-based chemicals with biofuels can influence the economics of biofuels production.

  • Platforms core intermediates – C5 -C6 carbohydrates, syngas, lignin, pyrolytic liquid
  • Products – chemicals and material products
  • Processes – thermochemical, chemical, biochemical and mechanical processes

Dr Ed de Jong, Vice President Development – Renewable Chemistries, Avantium 

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee & Networking


Latest on Pyrolysis Technology – Efficiently Converting Biomass to Bio Oil 


  • Discussing the socio-economic advantages
  • Comparing pyrolysis to other thermo-chemical conversion technologies.
  • Find out the commercial applications
  • Reviewing pyrolysis in regards to its technologies and reactors, products and environmental impacts
  • Aspects of pyrolysis technology such as pyrolysis principles, biomass sources and characteristics, types of pyrolysis, pyrolysis reactor design, pyrolysis products and their characteristics and economics of biofuel production 

Gerhard Muggen, Managing Director, BTG Bioliquids BV

Metabolic Engineering: Progression from Molecular Structure to Commercial Microorganism


Cyrille Pauthenier, Founder & CEO, Abolis Biotechnologies 

Discussion followed by Networking Lunch


Pyrolytic Fractionation: A Promising Thermochemical Technique of Biomass via Fast Pyrolysis


  • Discussing the socio-economic advantages
  • Comparing pyrolysis to other thermo-chemical conversion technologies.
  • Find out the commercial applications
  • Reviewing pyrolysis in regards to its technologies and reactors, products and environmental impacts
  • Aspects of pyrolysis technology such as pyrolysis principles, biomass sources and characteristics, types of pyrolysis, pyrolysis reactor design, pyrolysis products and their characteristics and economics of biofuel production 

Dr Ir. L. (Bert) van de Beld, Chief Technology Officer/Coordinator, Biomass Technology Group BV

Economic Assessment of Dunaliella-based Algae Biorefinery


Production of 9-cisβ-carotene together with value-added chemicals in a Dunaliella-based algae biorefinery is highly promising. So far, Dunaliella salina, which grows in highly concentrated salt-water, is cultivated only for β-carotene production and sold as capsules containing unprocessed dried algae powder. However, separating individual high-value carotenoids and their isomers present in the powder would result in additional value-added products as per specific needs

  • Hear the Integrated sustainability assessment and methodology
  • Technology Concept Formulation
  • By-Products and Applications – Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, Galactolipids, Fatty acids, 9-cis β-carotene

Prof. Patricia Harvey, Professor, University of Greenwich

Biorefineries: What About Law? An Italian Perspective 


REACH offers opportunities for producers to provide safe bio-based alternatives for substances of very high concern. REACH aims to improve the protection of human health and the environment, while at the same time enhancing innovation and competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry. To the best of our knowledge, biobased chemicals are treated identically to petrol based chemicals within REACH. The pace of development of biobased chemicals has outstripped rigorous review of the governance and regulatory implications. The perception that anything biobased is inherently more benign and sustainable is inherently flawed – they are, after all, still chemicals.

  • Environmental Code and Legislative Decree
  • Environment Permit – IPPC Regime
  • Identify the main authorities involved
  • Administrative Barriers
  • Recast of Directive 2009/28/EC
  • Economic Incentives and Legitimate Expectations

Professor Monica Delsignore, Assistant Professor, University of Milan Bicocca, School of Law

Discussion followed by Afternoon Coffee & Networking


Process Optimization And Plant-Based Chemicals: Extracting Purified Xylitol by HPLC Methods from Fermented Biomass


Dr Yannick Krauke, Application Specialist, KNAUER

Bio-Based Epoxy Resin: Utilization in Lithium-ion Batteries


Dr Helene Jeske, Postdoctoral Researcher, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institute of Joining and Welding

Assessing Biobased Chemicals Production via Anaerobic Digestion


The anaerobic digestion process is a biological conversion process of biomass into bioproducts. The decomposition process occurs in four stages: Hydrolysis/Liquefaction, Acidogenesis, Acetogenesis, and Methanogenesis, The composition of the biogas produced can then be used as chemical feedstock or as biofuel 

  • Find Opportunities and Challenges with AD
  • Hear the Established Production Process
  • Non-exhaustive list of Chemical through AD- Acetic Acid, Methane, Hydrogen, Succinic acid

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Dublin City University

Discussion And End of Day 1 


Day 2: 7th March 2019
The Road to a Commercial Biorefinery


Biorefineries are an integral component to the transformation of the chemical industry from petroleum refineries to biobased chemical manufacturing. There has been a significant shift in emphasis towards bio-based chemicals, in recent years the biobased chemicals subsector has grown much faster than the petrochemicals sector, and is predicted to continue to do this. Major bio-based partnerships have launched in Europe, but obstacles to biorefining remain, and policy is not yet directed at enabling the integrated biorefineries of the future. In a world driven by the triple-bottom-line, the economics and societal issues must also favour bio- in comparison with petrochemicals. However, that means that this very young industry must compete head-on with the petrochemicals industry, which has had many decades to perfect its processes.

  • Commercial Biorefinery – Models and Policy
  • Building a sustainable bioeconomy – Framework
  • Integrating biorefinery with many synergistic products to share market risk
  • Scale-up to pre-commercial with profitability by leveraging high value, small volume co-products
  • Building commercial scale only after derisking-to mitigate real risk and perceived risk
  • The route to Commercial Biorefineries – On-site Multiple technologies, Multi-Product Pathway

Dennis Chafiâ, Business Development Manager, Chemicals and Renewable Business, G.I. Dynamics

Extracting of Bio-Base Phenolic from Condensed Tannins and its Application


Dr. Laurent ROUMEAS, Researcher (Organic Chemistry), INRA

Remediation of Effluent CO2 – Economic Production of High Value-Added Chemicals via the Generation of Micro-algae Biomass


Long known for their ability to produce a vast number of different bioactive compounds microalgae hold great promise for new products in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as the food sector and energy sectors. What’s more, algae have rapid growth rates in CO2-rich environments, representing a big opportunity to overcome the global warming problem caused by the CO2emitted from anthropogenic activities

  • Optimising extraction of CO2 from industry emissions
  • Utilization of microalgae in wastewater treatment
  • Economics and life-cycle assessment for algal biorefinery
  • Production of high-value compounds for biotechnology appliances – polyunsaturated fatty acids, pigments, antioxidants, β-carotenes, polysaccharides, triglycerides, fatty acids, viscosity modifying agents

Jean-Louis Roux Dit Buisson, Founder, NeoCarbons

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee & Networking


Operating 1000L Flat Panel Photobioreactor in Semicontinuous Mode and Utilizing Algal Biomass in Skin Care and CO2 Sequestration 


  • Optimal Plant Location
  • Regional Resource Endowment 
  • Optimally Utilising the Feedstocks

Dr M. A. Deodhar, Head Of Botany Department, KET’s V. G. Vaze 

Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Feedstock: Overview


  • Comparing HTL Oil vs pyrolysis oil
  • Linking Wood derived bio-oil to gasoline
  • Discussing the critical parameters such as energy consumption economics
  • Generation of value-added chemicals – temperature, pressure, reaction residence time and catalyst loading effects
  • Looking at process conditions such as Final Liquefaction temperature, residence times, rate of biomass heating, size of biomass particles, types of solvents, etc. for optimum bio-oil yield.

Prof. Souman Rudra, Associate Professor, University of Agder

Demand for BioProducts Succinic, Itaconic Acid and Biogas: Future Perspective


The global biobased chemicals market is anticipated to register a double-digit growth rate of over ~12% during the review period to reach over ~USD 85 million by the end of 2023

  • Identify the Major Market Demand Driving Factors
  • Offsetting the existing Challenges pertaining to the market
  • Strategies adopted by major players to meet the demand
  • Feedstock comparison Petrochemical vs Bio-Based

Dr Abdeen Mustafa Omer, (BSc, MSc, PhD), Associate Researcher, Energy Research Institute (ERI)

Final Discussion Following by Lunch 


  13:30  End of Conference




*Agenda content and timeline subject to change.



Dr Helene Jeske
Postdoctoral Researcher
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institute of Joining and Welding

Dr Helene Jeske was born in Temirtau (Kazakhstan) in 1981. She studied Chemistry at the University of Brunswick – Institute of Technology and received her Ph.D. degree in 2012 at the research organization Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI with a main focus at reactive halogen-free high-performance fire retardant coatings. Since 2016 she is postdoc at the Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forests and Fisheries. Her main research project is in the field of biobased 2-component epoxy resin systems as binder in lithium-ion batteries.

Souman Rudra
Associate professor
University of Agder

Souman Rudra is currently working at the University of Agder, Norway as an associate professor since 2013. He conducts research and teaching within renewable energy technology – related to biomass conversion process and thermal energy systems and analysis of energy conversion systems in general. He has his expertise in design, modeling, and simulation of the different energy system specially bio-energy system. He has been working in Hydrothermal liquefaction technologies for several years and also supervising PhD students in this field. Several articles have been published in this area. Energy and exergy analysis, LCA analysis have also done for several of his designed energy systems. Based on those analyses, he has proposed a quad-generation model for producing power, heat, cooling, and SNG (synthesized natural gas) for the Danish energy system.

Dr Abdeen Mustafa Omer, (BSc, MSc, PhD)
Associate Researcher
Energy Research Institute (ERI)

Dr Abdeen Mustafa Omer (BSc, MSc, PhD) is an Associate Researcher at Energy Research Institute (ERI). He obtained both his PhD degree in the Built Environment and Master of Philosophy degree in Renewable Energy Technologies from the University of Nottingham. He is qualified Mechanical Engineer with a proven track record within the water industry and renewable energy technologies. He has been graduated from University of El Menoufia, Egypt, BSc in Mechanical Engineering. His previous experience involved being a member of the research team at the National Council for Research/Energy Research Institute in Sudan and working director of research and development for National Water Equipment Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Sudan. He has been listed in the book WHO’S WHO in the World 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. He has published over 300 papers in peer-reviewed journals, 200 review articles, 15 books and 150 chapters in books.

Dr Yannick Krauke
Application Specialist

Dr Yannick Krauke, born on 13.01.1980 in Berlin.
2014 – 2017: Lead scientist of KNAUER company for the EU Valor Plus project
Since 2014: Application specialist at KNAUER Wissensachaftliche Geräte GmbH (Berlin, Germany), working areas mainly preparative liquid chromatography and continuous chromatography such as simulated moving bed (SMB) chromatography
2010 – 2011: Post doctoral research at ILBC GmbH (Potsdam, Germany) – Expression and purification of antimicrobial peptides from E.coli cultures
2006 – 2010: PhD fellow at Czech Academy of Science, subscribed as student at Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic)– working on alkali metal cation membrane transporters in yeast cells – PhD in Molecular and cell biology
2000 – 2005: Diploma student in Biology at “Freie Universität” in Berlin, major in microbiology, diploma thesis performed at “Robert Koch Institut” in Berlin

Prof. Patricia Harvey
University of Greenwich

Prof. Patricia Harvey is Professor of Biochemistry and Head of Algae Biotechnology, and a senior expert in bioenergy value chains and the water-food-energy nexus, with particular focus on the use of algal and non-food plant systems for the capture of CO2, use of non-potable water and production of green chemicals and biofuels. Highly experienced in working effectively with European and international collaborators and in managing large complex, multi-partner commercially focused/donor-funded R&D projects under the EC‘s Framework Programmes. Examples of projects: The CO2 microalgae biorefinery: D-Factory (EU-funded); Macrobiocrude (UK-funded); Non-food bio-oil supply chains in South Africa, Namibia and Ghana to create sustainable, non-food supply chains (EU-ACP-funded); Ecotec21 which installed novel, biofuel-fired CHP technology at the University of Greenwich using biooils and glycerol (EU-Interreg); Tuning algae for biofuel profitably (NERC, Innovate UK). Contributed to the Scientific Opinion Food from the Oceans delivered by the Scientific Advisory Mechanism High Level Group of Advisors to the European Commission, to inform Policy Change; co-organized EU conference Algae Biorefineries for Europe 2017.

Dr Ir. L. (Bert) van de Beld
Chief Technology Officer/Coordinator
Biomass Technology Group BV

Dr Ir. L. (Bert) van de Beld  (male) studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. He joined BTG in 1995 and was appointed as CTO in 2002. He was involved in several projects on the thermochemical conversion of biomass in energy, fuels and chemicals including torrefaction, pyrolysis, HTL and gasification. Currently, he is a.o. the coordinator of the EU funded project Bio4Products concerning the production of biobased products from fast pyrolysis oil.

Gerhard Muggen
Managing Director
BTG Bioliquids BV

Gerhard Muggen is managing director and shareholder of BTG Bioliquids BV (BTG-BTL) and joined BTG-BTL in 2008. As managing director he is responsible for the strategy of BTG-BTL and the worldwide marketing and sales. Gerhard has been working for Holec, Wartsila Diesel and Stork Thermeq the last 20 years. Gerhard worked for Stork Thermeq for 8 years as Sales manager and the last four years as Vice President Marketing and Sales. In the last job he was responsible for the international marketing and sales department and directly involved in the marketing and sales in China, India and Russia. Gerhard was also responsible for organizing and initiating new developments and marketing new technologies.

Vitor Verdelho Vieira
General Manager
European Algae Biomass Association

Vitor Verdelho Vieira is mentor of several companies that he co-founded with partners in different sectors. He started his first biotech company Necton, SA – in March 1989, now a European leader in the production and sale of traditional sea salt and fleur de sel, as well as the production of microalgae for aquaculture and cosmetics. He is also co-founder of A4F – Algae for Future, SA – an international reference company in the sector of microalgae technologies. One of his main interests is algae biomass biorefinery. He is currently the President of EABA the European Algae Biomass Association, with headquarters in Florence, Italy. His business experience is wide and ranges from engineering consulting and real estate to biotechnology and medical devices. In the different companies, he developed and participated in more than 40 R&D projects (more than half related with algae biomass) along the last 25 years and interacted with more than 200 different organizations in Europe. Between 2000 and 2015 he has been involved in the management of SpinLogic the entrepreneurship programme and business Incubator from the Catholic University in Porto, where he followed and supported more than 200 startup projects. He is presently visiting professor in Católica Porto Business School and School of Arts in Catholic University in Porto, Portugal. He has a background in Physics from the Porto University Sciences Faculty and established his management knowledge through through consulting experience and more than a dozen specialized training courses in Portugal and abroad in the last 30 years. See: 

Jean-Louis Roux Dit Buisson

Jean-Louis has 25 years of experience in developing and growing technology based companies covering materials and processes and health care industries.
Jean-Louis has held responsibilities as CEO, M&A, Finance, Marketing, Sales, R&D management and Production in large groups, start-ups and SMEs.
Jean-Louis holds an MBA from Insead, an MSc in Chemical Engineering from MIT and an Engineering degree from ENSCP Paris-Tech.

Dennis Chafiâ
Business Development Manager, Chemicals and Renewable Business
G.I. Dynamics

Dennis Chafiâ studied Organic Chemistry in Leiden, The Netherlands. After his studies, he joined G.I. Dynamics in the role of Business Development manager Chemical & Renewable Business, being responsible for initiating the implementation of commercial scale biorefineries around the globe. G.I. Dynamics is currently involved in several biorefinery projects globally, including but not limited to Turkey, South Africa and Europe. G.I. Dynamics furthermore participates in URBIOFIN, a project under BBI-JU, in which several value products will be produced from Municipal Solid Waste. Dennis Chafiâ had several political functions as well, among others Vice President of CDJA, and City Council Member in the municipality of Westland.

Cyrille Pauthenier 
Founder & CEO
Abolis Biotechnologies

Cyrille Pauthenier, PhD. graduated from École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris, Master in System and Synthetic Biology in Paris-Saclay University and a doctorate in metabolic engineering at Paris-Saclay University. In 2014, he co-founded Abolis Biotechnologies, with the aim of bringing state-of-the-art methodologies in metabolic engineering for the development of new micro-organism capable of producing any arbitrary chemical molecules using fermentation of renewable resources.

The company is currently developing a lot of different technology from pathway prototyping to optimized industrial strain construction in house and partners with scale-up and DSP experts in order to cover the entire value chain. Abolis aims at offering to the industry by 2020 a complete service in which, for any arbitrary molecule, we find a metabolic route, demonstrate its functionality and bring the project from the idea to a robust industrial process.

Dr. M.A. Deodhar
Head Of Botany Department
KET’s V. G. Vaze College

1)Name : Dr Mrs Manjushri A Deodhar. 2)Head and associate professor of Botany V G Vaze college,affiliated to Mumbai University. 3)34 years of teaching experience to undergraduate, post graduate students. 4) Guided 15 students for PhD degree in Botany as well as Biotechnology. 5) About 25 international publications. 6) Associated with algal CO2 sequestration project funded by Government of India.

Dr. Laurent ROUMEAS
Researcher (Organic Chemistry)

Laurent ROUMEAS received his MS degree in Medicinal Chemistry in 2010, then his PharmD, from the University of Strasbourg. He got his PhD in Organic Chemistry in 2013 from the University of Montpellier, working on polyphenols in order to open new accesses to natural (poly)phenolic building blocks and fine chemicals without endocrine effects. After several post-doctoral projects, he joined in 2018 the French National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA) where he continues his works on the biomass transformation and valorization in various application areas as fully biobased materials and bioactive hemisynthetic molecules.

Professor Monica Delsignore
Assistant Professor
University of Milan Bicocca, School of Law

Monica Delsignore was born in Vercelli, Italy, on 1st December 1974. She graduated in 1998 and took her PhD in administrative law in 2001 with a dissertation on public services. She is now assistant professor (reader) of Administrative Law at the University of Milan Bicocca, School of Law. Her research interests lie in the field of Public and Administrative Law, broadly conceived. She is author of two books on arbitration and market regulation and of several articles and contributions to collective works on various topics of Administrative Law and European Administrative law. She teaches or has taught Environmental Law, Administrative Law, U.S. Administrative Law, Administrative Judicial Proceeding and Sports law. Her current research interests are focused on standing in judicial review and waste legislation.

Dr Ed de Jong
Vice President Development – Renewable Chemistries

Dr Ed de Jong graduated at Agricultural University Wageningen, the Netherlands and also defended his PhD thesis at the Agricultural University Wageningen, the Netherlands on the degradation of lignocellulose by white-rot fungi (1993). He has been research associate for 3 years at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada at the group of Jack Saddler, on the use of softwood species for biofuels application. He has been Head of the Department of Fibre and Paper Technology, Food and Biobased Research, Wageningen University & Research Centre, The Netherlands. He joint Avantium in 2007. He is currently VP Development – responsible for Public-Private partnerships of Avantium. In addition he is involved in feedstock selection and pretreatment (Avantium’s Dawn TechnologyTM and Mekong technologies) and Catalytic Biomass Conversion of carbohydrates into building blocks for polyesters such as PEF, an improved replacement of PET. He is also involved in the valorization of side products of the YXY & Zambezi Processes, cq lignins, humins and levulinates. He is part of the management team of the Stichting Topconsortium voor Kennis- en Innovatie – Biobased Economy (TKI-BBE) and he is co-chair of the IEA-Bioenergy Task 42 on biorefineries. He is involved in drafting the annual work program (AWP) or the BBI via the Biobased Industries Consortium (BIC).

Kees W. Kwant
Senior Expert on Bioenergy and Biobased Economy
Netherlands Enterprise Agency (

Kees W. Kwant is a Senior Expert on Bioenergy and Biobased Economy at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency ( He primarily links researchers and industry to help develop the biobased economy and bioenergy. Kees has a background in Fluid Dynamics and Technology Development from the Technical University Twente. His industry experience includes work at DSM to develop fermentation processes (a large Dutch multinational company active in the fields of health, nutrition and materials), and he was the programme manager of the national solar energy programme of the Netherlands. He has extensive experience in enabling the development of a biobased economy, including the development and implementation of bioenergy in the Netherlands and abroad. Kees holded the Chair of the IEA Bioenergy ( Technology Collaboration Programme till 2018 and is the executive member for the Netherlands. He participates in bilateral collaboration on bioenergy between Netherlands and South Africa, Malaysia, Brasil and Ukraine.

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