Commodity-Scale Biomass Trade and Integration with Other Supply Chains
E. Searcy1, P. Lamers1, M. Deutmeyer2, T. Ranta3, B. Hektor4, J. Heinimö5, E. Trømborg6 and M. Wild7, 1Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States, 2Green Carbon Group, Hamburg, Germany, 3University of Lappeenranta, Lappeenranta, Finland, 4Svebio, Stockholm, Sweden, 5Mikkeli Development Miksei Ltd, Mikkeli, Finland, 6Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Akershus, Norway, 7Wild & Partner, Vienna, Austria
A global bioeconomy requires adequate logistical infrastructure to support trade of biomass feedstock and intermediates. An integration of biomass trade streams with existing supply chain infrastructure, originally ...
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