Task 43 Workshops – Vancouver, Canada, June 21 & September 22, 2016
Task 43 Publications
Vancouver, Canada, Sept. 21, 2016
Day 1 – Sept. 22, 2016
WP1 – Landscape management and design for bioenergy and the bioeconomy
Biomass feedstocks for Energy Markets
Outcome of Task 43 survey in support of planning of work in WP1 in the 2017-2018 period
Environmental effects of integrating SRC into landscapes
Sustainable intensification of agricultural systems in combination with biorefinery processing can produce more biomass for bioenerergy without imposing ILUC
Bioenergy and Food Security Approach and Rapid Appraisal
L. Ruis and I. Maltsoglou
ToSIA -Tool for Sustainability Impact Assesment
Landscape management by choosing the optimal land slots for SRC planations – a fuzzy AHP Approach
Day 2 – September 22, 2016
BioFuelNet – IEA Bioenergy joint workshop
Overview of Canada’s BioFuelNet
Large scale transport of biomass through pipeline for production of fuels and chemicals
M. Vaesi and A. Kumar
Valorization of low quality and stranded biomass resources in Mission, BC.
M. Ebadian, E. Thiffault, F. Yazdanpanah, S. Sokhansanj
Upstream forest supply chain management with multiple objectives
J. Shee, H. Han, W. Chung
Sustainability impact assessment of bioenergy generation from logging residues in Canada
A northern biorefinery in Canada.
Logistics of supplying wood pellets to the coal-fired power plants in Alberta.
M. Ebadian, R. Jacobson, F. Yazdanpanah, S. Sokhansanj
Managing the moisture content of wood biomass for the optimisation of Ireland’s transport supply strategy to bioenergy markets and competing industries.
Forest biorefinery project in La Tuque – Challenges & Opportunities
LARGE SCALE TRANSPORT OF BIOMASSFEEDSTOCK THROUGH PIPELINE FOR PRODUCTION OF FUELS AND CHEMICALS
MAHDI VAEZI, AMIT KUMAR
Landscape management by choosing the optimal land slots for SRC plantations – a fuzzy AHP approach
B. Kulišić1, W. White 2, I. Dimitriou 3
WP1: Landscape management and design for bioenergy and the bio-economy