Webinars on Bioenergy Technologies

Webinar on Pyrolysis Oil basics

The European Technology and Innovation Platform Bioenergy (ETIP Bioenergy, www.etipbioenergy.eu), supported by the H2020 projects MUSIC and BIOFIT (www.biofit-h2020.eu), organised and held a webinar on Pyrolysis Oil basics on 25 May 2020. The webinar, which was attended by more than 100 participants, was moderated by Dina Bacovsky, BEST – Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies GmbH, and chair of the ETIP Bioenergy Working Group 2 on conversion (processes). This WG addresses the prioritisation of RD&D on conversion technologies for the production of advanced biofuels in Europe.


Tony Bridgwater, Professor, Aston University
Presentation: Pyrolysis of biomass


Gerhard Muggen, Managing Director, BTG-Bioliquids BV
Presentation: BTG Bioliquids Company Presentation


A video recording of the webinar is available under the following link:


Webinar on Upgrading of Pyrolysis Oil

The H2020 projects MUSIC and BIOFIT (www.biofit-h2020.eu), supported by ETIP Bioenergy (www.etipbioenergy.eu), organised a follow-up webinar on the Upgrading of Pyrolysis Oil. The webinar, which was attended by more than 80 participants, was moderated by John Vos from BTG Biomass Technology Group BV, and coordinator of the MUSIC project.

Rune Lødeng, Senior Scientist, SINTEF Industry
Presentation: Bio-oil upgrading by catalytic co-hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) and co-hydrotreating (HT)

Tijs Lammens, Senior Process Engineer, BTG-Bioliquids BV
Presentation: Methodologies for bio-carbon determination when co-processing Fast Pyrolysis Bio-Oil

Bert van de Beld, Technology Director, BTG Biomass Technology Group BV
Presentation: Advanced Biofuels from Pyrolysis Oil

A video recording of the webinar is available under the following link:

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