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Current and future sustainable biofuels; Dagens och framtidens haallbara biodrivmedel

Abstract

This report has been prepared as a background paper for the state investigation 'Fossil Free Vehicle Traffic'. The purpose of this study is to describe and summarize the current knowledge on production of biofuels and linkages to sustainability issues such as energy and land efficiency, GHG performance and costs. The report includes both existing and future fuel systems under development and based on different raw materials and production processes. The study has primarily a Swedish perspective, but with international views. The report includes both existing and future fuel systems under development, and based on different raw materials and production processes. The study has primarily a Swedish perspective, but with international views. The report's analysis of energy efficiency, greenhouse gas performance and production costs is based on system analysis and a life-cycle perspective. The focus is on the production chain to the produced fuel (well-to-tank). Results are based on current research and commercial development of the respective chains. They are based primarily from standardized life cycle analysis and, in some production systems, also on industrial systems analysis. These two approaches have some differences in methodology, which are highlighted in the report. In the overview values and results have been compiled to  More>>
Authors:
Boerjesson, Paal; [1]  Lundgren, Joakim; [2]  Ahlgren, Serina; [3]  Nystroem, Ingrid; [4]  CIT Industriell Energi., Goeteborg (Sweden)]
  1. Lunds Univ., Lund (Sweden)
  2. Luleaa Tekniska Univ., Luleaa (Sweden)
  3. Sveriges Lantbruksuniv., Uppsala (Sweden)
  4. Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels, Goeteborg (Sweden)
Publication Date:
Sep 01, 2013
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEI-SE-995; F3 report 2013:13
Resource Relation:
Other Information: refs., figs., tabs.
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; 54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; BIOFUELS; PRODUCTION; AUTOMOBILES; ROAD TRANSPORT; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
OSTI ID:
22138976
Research Organizations:
The Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels f3, Goeteborg (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
Swedish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: SE1307221
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited. Available from ETDE as OSTI ID: 22138976; Also available from: http://www.f3centre.se/
Submitting Site:
SWD
Size:
209 page(s)
Announcement Date:
Oct 16, 2013

Citation Formats

Boerjesson, Paal, Lundgren, Joakim, Ahlgren, Serina, Nystroem, Ingrid, and CIT Industriell Energi., Goeteborg (Sweden)]. Current and future sustainable biofuels; Dagens och framtidens haallbara biodrivmedel. Sweden: N. p., 2013. Web.
Boerjesson, Paal, Lundgren, Joakim, Ahlgren, Serina, Nystroem, Ingrid, & CIT Industriell Energi., Goeteborg (Sweden)]. Current and future sustainable biofuels; Dagens och framtidens haallbara biodrivmedel. Sweden.
Boerjesson, Paal, Lundgren, Joakim, Ahlgren, Serina, Nystroem, Ingrid, and CIT Industriell Energi., Goeteborg (Sweden)]. 2013. "Current and future sustainable biofuels; Dagens och framtidens haallbara biodrivmedel." Sweden.
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title = {Current and future sustainable biofuels; Dagens och framtidens haallbara biodrivmedel}
author = {Boerjesson, Paal, Lundgren, Joakim, Ahlgren, Serina, Nystroem, Ingrid, and CIT Industriell Energi., Goeteborg (Sweden)]}
abstractNote = {This report has been prepared as a background paper for the state investigation 'Fossil Free Vehicle Traffic'. The purpose of this study is to describe and summarize the current knowledge on production of biofuels and linkages to sustainability issues such as energy and land efficiency, GHG performance and costs. The report includes both existing and future fuel systems under development and based on different raw materials and production processes. The study has primarily a Swedish perspective, but with international views. The report includes both existing and future fuel systems under development, and based on different raw materials and production processes. The study has primarily a Swedish perspective, but with international views. The report's analysis of energy efficiency, greenhouse gas performance and production costs is based on system analysis and a life-cycle perspective. The focus is on the production chain to the produced fuel (well-to-tank). Results are based on current research and commercial development of the respective chains. They are based primarily from standardized life cycle analysis and, in some production systems, also on industrial systems analysis. These two approaches have some differences in methodology, which are highlighted in the report. In the overview values and results have been compiled to make it possible to compare the results.}
place = {Sweden}
year = {2013}
month = {Sep}
}