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Gasification 2018 Summit

28 March, 2018 - 29 March, 2018, Frankfurt, Germany

Our 7th Annual Gasification Summit, taking place on first quarter of 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, will comprise two days of formal presentations, interactive roundtable discussions and excellent networking opportunities, providing an ideal setting to convene with your peers to discuss both current operational & future planned gasification plants, end product markets, potential barriers & support policies as well as project economics & finance.

Key Topics

  • Waste to Energy Gasification Outlook
  • ETI's Waste Gasification Demonstration Project: Progress & Lessons Learnt to Date
  • BioTfueL Project: Developing Second Generation Biofuels
  • GAYA Project: Achievements & Next Steps Towards Industrialization of bioSNG Production
  • Biomass Gasification for Heat & Power - - New Success Stories & Future Outlook on Changing Energy Markets
  • Gasification for use in District Heating
  • The Integration of Gasification with Hydrogen from Renewable Electricity
  • Feedstock Performance Analysis - Achieving the Lowest Carbon Output
  • Combining Fermentation with Gasification
  • Creating Aviation Biofuels through Biomass
  • Reuse of Capital by Repowering Coal Fired Plants by Gasifiers
  • Analysis of Existing Demonstration Projects - Lessons Learnt for Future Developments
  • Gasification Research & Development Focus
  • Syngas Fermentation to Produce Biofuels & Bio Products
  • Combining Fermentation with Gasification
  • Gasification for Chemical & Fuel Production
  • Blending in of Bio-Fuels & Co-Feeding of Biomass
  • Gasification as integral part of a circular BioEconomy
  • Fossil-Based Refinery's Transition Towards Renewable Fuel Production Using Gasification
  • Coal Gasification Technologies in EU & Overseas
  • Gasifier Based Ultra-High Efficiency Power Production & Polygeneration Systems
  • Hybrid Systems in Combination with PtX Technologies

Exclusive Site Visit

The Karlsruhe bioliq Process - Integrated Processes to Produce Synthetic Fuels and Bulk Chemical Products from Dry Residual Biomass - Tuesday 27th March 2018.

The bioliq pilot plant covers the complete process chain required for producing customized fuels from residual biomass. For energy densification of the biomass, fast pyrolysis is applied. The liquid pyrolysis oil and solid char obtained can be processed into intermediate fuels of high energy density. Fuel and chemicals production from syngas requires high pressures. Therefore, syngas production is already performed at pressures up to 80 bar by entrained flow gasification. Gas cleaning and conditioning are conducted at the same pressure at high temperatures allowing for optimal heat recovery and thus improved energy efficiency. In the bioliq pilot plant the purified syngas is firstly converted into dimethyl ether and then further to gasoline.

There is no extra charge to join the site visit, although places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please confirm your attendance when booking for the conference to avoid disappointment.

Who Will Attend?

Company type:
  • Energy Companies
  • Oil Refiners
  • Petrochemical Companies
  • Technical Service Providers
  • Consultants
  • Regulators

Job functions:
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Directors, Managers & Senior Engineers of:
  • Gasification
  • Clean Coal Technology
  • Biomass
  • Research & Development
  • New Technologies
  • Renewable Strategy
  • Sustainable Technologies
  • Environment
  • CO2/CCS


Le Meridien Frankfurt
Wiesenhuettenplatz 28-38
Frankfurt, 60329 Germany
Phone: +49 69 26 97 0
The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Alessandra Barba, Engie
  • Robert Schouwenaar, Shell
  • Michael Hecquet, TOTAL RC On Behalf Of Bionext
  • Tage Meltofte, Skive District Heating Company
  • Geraint Evans, Energy Technologies Institute
  • Joakim Lundgren, Swedish Centre For Biomass Gasification (SFC)
  • Joachim Kreysa, European Commission DG Joint Research Centre
  • PV Aravind, Technical University Delft Process & Energy Department
  • Javier Gil, Director Of The Biomass Energy Department
  • Kees Kwant, Rijksdienst Voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO)
  • Christiaan van der Meijden, Biomass Energy Engineering
  • Berend J. Vreugdenhil, ECN
  • Juhani Isaksson, Valmet
  • Jeremy Tomkinson, NNFCC The Bioeconomy Consultants
  • Esa Kurkela, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland
  • Reinhard Rauch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology


Event details

28 March, 2018
29 March, 2018
Le Meridien Frankfurt


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