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  1. Biotech Division Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  2. Head offices in Parma, Italy PARMA Catelli Food Technology: more than 150 years in Food Processing Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  3. Biotech Division Company information Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  4. CFT services Project Engineering Project Management SERVICES Turn-key Projects Financial Engineering After Sales Services Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  5. FRUIT CFT production range BIO TECHNOLOGIES TOMATO GREATEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DAIRY & SOY BEVERAGE STARCH SPECIAL PRODUCTS Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  6. CFT agencies and branches CFT agencies cover more than 50 nations widespread in all the 5 continents. • CFT branches : • USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil • Germany, Spain, France Portugal, Bulgaria, Turkey • Russia, India, China Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  7. CFT responds to the growing demand of renewable energy supplying: Biodiesel turn-key production plants Bioethanol turn-key production plants Biogas turn-key production plants CFT biofuels Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  8. Biodiesel Biodiesel turn-key plants • CFT & Andreotti Impianti, in join-venture, provide the customer withbiodiesel turn-key production plants (capacity from 100 to 700 t/day)including: • Storage plant • Pressing plant • Extraction plant • Refining plant • Transesterification plant • WWTP • Auxiliary units • Biodiesel storage plant Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  9. Biodiesel What is biodiesel? • Environmental-friendly alternative to petroleum diesel • From renewable resources (animal fats, vegetable oils) • Produced converting seeds oil (rapeseed, sunflower, soybean) in biodiesel (methylester) • Diesel motors fuel, heat generation Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  10. Biodiesel Partners in biodiesel technology ANDREOTTI IMPIANTI S.p.A. • Headquarters: Florence, Italy • More than 60 years history company • Experience and leading know-how in design, manufacture, and supply of oleochemicals and edible oils and fats production plants • Unique biodiesel and pharmaceutical glycerine production process successfully worldwide applied Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  11. Biodiesel Technological advantages (1/2) • Multi-feedstock plant, fully continuous • EN 14214 biodiesel (without further distillation) • Mild temperature and pressure operating conditions • Highest environment compatibility Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  12. Biodiesel Technological advantages (2/2) • Possibility of reconverting free fatty acids or acid oils into feedstock • High grade crude glycerine production • Automation and supervision system • Low capital costs • Low operating costs • Lower catalyst consumption • Low steam consumption Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  13. Biodiesel Raw material Seeds: • sunflower • rapeseed • soybean • sesame • peanut • flax • hemp Animal fats: • tallow, lard • yellow grease • chicken fat • Oil: • palm oil • any vegetable oil Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  14. Biodiesel Biodiesel process chart Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  15. Biodiesel Seeds pre-pressing plant • Deironing and cleaning section • Seed cracking • Heater and conditioning • Flaking • Expeller press • Degumming and purifying section • Solvent extraction plant Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  16. Biodiesel Extraction plant • Extractor: oil/hexane solution obtained washing with hexane a thick layer of seeds • Vacuum distillation: • Preconcentrator • Evaporator • Strippers • Condenser • Cooling section Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  17. Biodiesel Refining plant • Degumming (acid treatment) • Refining (chemical or physical) • Hot water washing • Oil vacuum drying • Oil storage Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  18. Biodiesel Transesterification, glycerine depuration, methanol distillation • Mixing tank (oil / methanol / catalyst solution) • Reactors (transesterification) • Buffer settlers (glycerine acid settling) • Methanol vacuum evaporation columns • Washing centrifuge • Under vacuum dryer • Biodiesel storage Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  19. Biodiesel Process by-product • GLYCEROL (or GLYCERINE) is obtained as biodiesel by-product. • Application: • Pharmaceuticals • Cosmetics (tooth-paste) • Special paper • Inks • Confectionery • Explosives • Tobacco Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  20. Biodiesel Biodiesel major projects Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  21. Bioethanol Bioethanol turn-key plants • CFT & MDT, in join venture, provide the customer with bioethanol turn-key production plants (capacity up to 1,000,000 litres per day) including: • Storage plant • Milling plant, • Liquefaction, fermentation plant • Distillation, dehydration plant • DDGS production plant • Bioethanol storage plant • WWTP • Auxiliary units Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  22. Bioethanol What is bioethanol? • Best alternative in replacing fossil fuels as vehicle fuel • From renewable sources (feedstock with sugar or starch content) • Produced by fermentation of sugar or from cellulose • Several countries with ethanol-gasoline blend programs Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  23. Bioethanol -Mussi Distillation and Evaporation Technologies Partners in bioethanol technology • Headquarters: Milan, Italy • 165 years history company • Experience and leading know-how in design, manufacture and supply of distillation equipment Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  24. Bioethanol Technological advantages (1/2) • Know-how of the whole project: from raw material treatment to ethanol and by-products production • Wet and dry milling, gluten separation • Fermentation process: batch or continuous lines • Lowest steam consumption • Best energy balance Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  25. Bioethanol Technological advantages (2/2) • Steady operation condition • Running simplicity • High yields • Final product best quality • Technology continuous development • Tailor-made solution Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  26. Bioethanol Raw material With starch content: • corn • wheat • barley • potatoes • cassava • With sugar content: • cane molasses • beet molasses • sugar cane juice • sweet sorghum • dates Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  27. Bioethanol Bioethanol process chart Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  28. Bioethanol Dehydration systems To satisfy the different exigencies of each single Client, 4 dehydration technologies are proposed: • Cycloexane azeotropic distillation • MEG (Mono Ethyl Glycol) extractive distillation • Molecular sieve in vapor or liquid phase • Pervaporation by polymeric membranes Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  29. Bioethanol Cycloexane azeotropic distillation • Traditional plant • Low investment costs • Possibility to recover/adapt pre-existing columns Main advantages: • Investment cost: low • Energy consumption: high • Running simplicity: medium • Capacity: up to 800,000 lpd Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  30. Bioethanol MEG extractive distillation • Low steam consumption • Proper for high capacity production Main advantages: • Investment cost: medium low • Energy consumption: medium • Running simplicity: medium • Capacity: up to 1,300,000 lpd Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  31. Bioethanol Molecular sieve • Plant with a great diffusion • Totally computerized • Low energetic consumption • Ethanol without residual additives Main advantages: • Investment cost: medium high • Energy consumption: low • Running simplicity: medium • Capacity: up to 1,000,000 lpd Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  32. Bioethanol Polymeric membranes • Pervaporation by polymeric membranes • The most sophisticated • Totally skid mounted (modular unit) • Lowest steam consumption Main advantages: • Investment cost: high • Energy consumption: the lowest • Running simplicity: the highest • Capacity: up to 300,000 lpd Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  33. Bioethanol Process by-product • When cereals are used: • as fertilizer • as DDGS (fodder) after evaporation and drying • “Apollo” FF evaporates an huge amount of water (energy saving: up to 40%) • When sugar cane, molasses, cassava are used: • as fertilizer • for biogas generation (high energy recovery, significant financial benefit) Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  34. Bioethanol Bioethanol major projects Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  35. Bioethanol Bioethanol major projects Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  36. Biogas Biogas turn-key plants • CFT provides the customer with biogas turn-key production plants (capacity from 0,5 to 6 MW) including: • Storage plant • Hydrolysis section • Primary digestion section • Secondary digestion section • Biogas purification cleaning • Power plant • Auxiliary units Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  37. Biogas What is biogas? • Biodegradable product • Anaerobic digestion of organic substances from agriculture, industry and households • Used in a Combined Heat Power (CHP) unit to produce electricity and heat • Digested product can be used as fertilizer Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  38. Biogas Biogas process chart Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  39. R&D Bioethanol: 2nd generation Second generation bio-ethanol: research prospects from CFT Biotech To end our dependency on oil we need to innovate and change Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  40. R&D What is 2nd generation bioethanol? Conventional ethanol and cellulosic ethanol are the same product but are produced from different feedstock and process. • Conventional Ethanol: • Corn • Wheat • Soybean • 2nd Generation Ethanol: • Anaerobic bacteria to convert cellulose into alcohol Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  41. Agricultural plant waste: Corn stover Cereal straws Sugar cane Bagasse Industrial plant waste: Sawdust Paper pulp Energy crops for ethanol: Switch-grass R&D Raw material Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  42. Basic research upon a variety of microorganisms and enzymes Analyzes enzymes as systems Factors influence on biomass degradation and ethanol production Study different cellulosic substrates R&D Bio-technology innovation Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  43. R&D CFT biotech research program CFT Biotech is funding a research project on 2nd generation ethanol from cellulose in collaboration with: Università degli studi di Bologna Department of Chemical Engineering Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia Department of Bioscience and Biotechnology International Research Institutes in U.S.A., Belgium and Russia. Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  44. Identify a suitable cellulose substrate Isolation of cellulosic bacteria population Definition of all biotechnological parameters Definition of the microbiological process Implementation of the bench-top process Development of the pilot plant R&D CFT biotech research program Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  45. CFT biotech vision Realization of a bio-refinery to produce ethanol and other value added products by using all the co-products and by-products of the traditional CFT Rossi&Catelli food process application. CFT BIOTECH Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications

  46. CFT Biotech Division THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION Biofuels ENG rev. 03 Marketing & Communications