What conclusions can we make about HTL in terms of technology, raw materials, costs and environmental impact? Lantmännen, RISE and f3 Centre invite to a seminar in Stockholm 7 September.
Hydrothermal Liquefaction, HTL, is a promising process that can be used to produce bio-oil from biomass. The bio-oil can in turn be used as fuel, or further refined into transportation fuels.
Several Swedish projects around HTL are now in the final phase. Based on them - what conclusions can we draw about technology, raw materials, costs and environmental impact? What questions remain to be resolved before there are products on the market?
Welcome to a seminar where researchers and industry representatives talk about research results, challenges and the perception of future opportunities with HTL.
The seminar is held in Swedish. It is free of charge but requires registration as the number of seats will be limited.
Date: September 7, 2020
Place: Piperska Muren, Scheelegatan 14, Stockholm
Price: Free of charge