Synthetic natural gas (SNG) from gasified biomass is one promising option to produce renewable transport fuels. This thesis presents a process integration study investigating thermal gasifiion of biomass for the production of SNG and identifies critical conversion steps for the overall process performance. A base caseOil & Gas News (OGN) is the only weekly energy journal covering the Middle East, Asia/Pacific Rim as well as the global markets combining more than three decades of international publishing experience with an ability to provide a unique insight into this major industry. Besides offering authoritative information, business intelligence and quality analyses to professionals and organisations
Biomass is a renewable energy source with an enormous potential to generate heat, power, and biofuels. It is, therefore, one of the extensively explored research areas in sustainable energy field.CONCENTRATING SOLAR POWER TECHNOLOGY
plants based on biomass gasifiion, however, are already in operation for several thousands of hours and partly at the edge of commercialisation. Biomass gasifiion is a considerably more complex process than biomass combustion but may offer higher electric efficiencies, which makes it attractive as a future option.Report Description and Highlights Biomass Gasifiion Market – A Promising Energy Option Coupled by factors such as environmental concerns, focus on renewable energy resources, government subsidies and the presence of abundant biomass the biomass gasifiion market is expected to witness strong growth in the coming years.
Biomass Gasifiion A Promising Energy Option. The recent focus on renewable energy resources and environmental concerns is driving the market for biomass electricity. Although there are several challenges, this market has grown at a CAGR of around 8.4% during the last 5 years. Recognising the prospects of exploiting the market foron more general aspects of biomass gasifiion including gasifiion of pyrolysis oil, market assessments, economics, legislative impacts, health and safety, tar standardisation and incentives for bioenergy through gasifiion. Authors and coauthors have been invited to contribute in various chapters. Keywords: gasifiion, handbook, network