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BioPort Rotterdam Gateway to Europe

Bas Hennissen Geertruidenberg, 3 november 2011

Port of Rotterdam; 4th largest port in the world Top 20 World ports, 2010
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Port of Rotterdam; a diversified port Throughput 2010: 430 million tons

Agribulk Iron ore and scrap Coal Other dry bulk Crude oil Mineral oil products Other liquid bulk Roll on/Roll off Containers Other general cargo
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Maasvlakte 2: 2030

Maasvlakte 2: 1000 hectares new land

Bio-port Rotterdam
The Hub for Renewables for Europe

Development Rotterdam BioPort

BioPort Rotterdam: Feedstocks and Intermediates


Independent tank storage capacity in 1,000 m3 (1) company 1. 2. 3. Caldic Vopak TTR Rubis Vopak Botlek Odfjell LBC Koole Vopak Vegoil Standic (Dordrecht) capacity 120 310 35 825 800 80 525 500 162

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Agri- and biomass transhipment terminals company 1. 2. 3. 4. ADM EBS EMO(dry bulk terminal) EBS Products Soy/Rape Wheat/Corn Wood pellets Wood pellets

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BioPort Rotterdam: Building blocks and products


company 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Neste Oil (renewable diesel) IOI/Loders Croklaan (palm refinery) ADM (Soy/rape crusher) Abengoa (ethanol) Lyondell (ETBE) Cargill (veg oils) Biopetrol (biodiesel) Maasrefinery (specialties) Wilmar (palm) Biopetrol (biodiesel) CleanerG (biodiesel)

Bio-production plants nameplate capacity in mln tonnes capacity 0.8 1,2 2,4 0.48 0,4 1.0 0.4 0,04 0,75 0.25 0.2

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Power production with Biomass Co-firing company 1. 2. 3. 4. E-on MV 1&2 E-on MV 3 (under Construction) Electrabel (under construction) AVR-BEC (biomass only) capacity 1000 Mw 1100 Mw 800 Mw 22 Mw

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(1) Capacity for chemicals, biofuels and vegetable oils

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offshore oil reservoir Maersk Oil

ROTTERDAM CO2 HUB


CO2 sources
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Shell (2005) Abengoa (2011) Air Liquide (2016) ROAD (2015)

CO2 logistics
OCAP CO2 common carier

CO2 destinations
greenhouses for enhanced crop growing Maersk Oil for enhanced oil recovery and permanent storage Taqa for permanent storage Other greenhouse areas

offshore gas reservoir Taqa

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Norway, Denmark, UK

Eemshaven
CO2 transport by pipeline

Vision Rotterdam CO2 hub


CO2 storage opportunities in dutch gasfields CO2 capture opportunities

CO2 transport by sea vessel

Amsterdam
OCAP: CO2 to greenhouses

Rotterdam Moerdijk CO2 transport by pipeline

Antwerp Ruhr area Geleen

CO2 transport by barge and sea vessel CO2 shipping 12 terminal

ROTTERDAM CO2 HUB

BioPort Rotterdam: Our value proposition


New area dedicated to biobased industry Excellent utility and nautical infrastructure First class hinterland connections Integration of biobased industry within the oil and (petro)chemical cluster CO2 Carbon, Capture and Storage infrastructure Plant One pilot and demonstration facility

BioPort on Maasvlakte 2

BioPort Rotterdam: Action Plan


Finalise land reclaiming Start scope studies terrain layout and nautical infrastructure Push for adjusted import duty regime for bio-feedstock for biobased chemicals production Strengthen co-operation with Universities and Industry Platforms Develop APX-Endex biomass-exchange Start customer pre-acquisition

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