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US DOE funded project: BioChemCat Dr. Birgitte Ahring, Director & Principal Investigator Presented by: Dr. Keith Thomsen, Asst. Director. A partnership between the Port of Benton, WSU, CleanVantage , LLC and PNNL. Role of Partners.

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    1. US DOE funded project: BioChemCatDr. Birgitte Ahring, Director & Principal InvestigatorPresented by: Dr. Keith Thomsen, Asst. Director A partnership between the Port of Benton, WSU, CleanVantage, LLC and PNNL

    2. Role of Partners Port of Benton:Project holder, Delivery of biomasses, Outreach WSU:Pilot plant operations & outreach CleanVantage, LLC: Research Lead, IP Holder, Pretreatment, Fermentation, High-temperature Lignin Conversion PNNL:Sub-contractor, Upgrading into fuel and chemicals

    3. The BioChemCat Process A hydrolysate platform Catalytic Upgrading to drop-in Fuels Production of Specialty and Industrial Chemicals Solid Fuel Salt Removal Hydrolysis & Fermentation High Value Products Biomass Feedstocks (Corn stover, wood, wastes, energy crops, etc) Separation C2-C5 Molecules Pretreatment Biogas Production

    4. WSU Biomass Pretreatment & CV BioChemCat Fermentation System Pretreatment Reactor 10 Liter Pretreatment Reactor 100 Liter Pretreatment Reactor (NEW) 400 LiterFermentation Vessels (NEW) Screw PressLiquid/Solid Separation (NEW) High Speed CentrifugeLiquid/Solid Separation (NEW)

    5. Softwood to Hydrolysate and Sugars Raw Softwood Milling Pretreatment

    6. Full Biomass Utilization& Feedstock Flexibility Integrated biorefinery process concept maximizes the utilization of the biomass resource (i.e., converting the biomass available into a number of high energy products). We call it the: ”THE CARBON SLAUGHTERHOUSE ” Wheat Straw Grape Pommace Corn Stover Hop Wastes Paper and Food Waste Yard Wastes The Integrated Biorefinery concept can usemany different types of biomass materials

    7. Catalytic Upgrading to Fuels Production of Specialty and Industrial Chemicals Spokes Hub Hub & Spoke Non-enzymatic Hydrolysate Platform • Biomass Feedstocks • Forest Residues • Crop Residues • Manures • Food Process Waste • Municipal Solid Waste • Grasses PRETREATMENT & BIO-PROCESSING PLATFORM MOLECULES Centralization of Upgrading (Hub) Allows Fuel Upgrading Near High Demand Centers High Value Products Decentralization of Processing Spokes Allows Deployment Regionwide Near Biomass Sources

    8. Progress to Date

    9. Special thanks to my group and collegues at BSEL Dr. Birgitte K. AhringDirector and Battelle Distinguished Professor Washington State University Center for Bioproducts and Bioenergy Phone: 509.372.7683 Email: cbb@tricity.wsu.edu Web: www.tricity.wsu.edu/bsel Questions ?