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BioTfueL project : targeting the development of second-generation biodiesel and biojet fuels.

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Jean-Christophe Viguié
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Michaël Hecquet
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Julien Rousseau
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Abstract

2nd generation biofuels will have an important part to take in the energy transition as far as fuels are concerned. Using non edible biomass, they will avoid any direct competition with food usage. Within 2nd generation biofuels, the BTL route consists in the production of middle distillates (Diesel and jet fuel) via gasification and Fischer-Tropsch (FT) synthesis. These fuels are called "drop in" fuels; this means that to be used they technically do not request any modification in the vehicle whatever the blending rate with conventional fuels. This route is currently at the pre-industrial phase where demonstration is required. This article presents the BioTfueL project which has been created by Axens, CEA, IFP Energies nouvelles, Sofiprote'ol, ThyssenKrupp Uhde and Total. This project is focused on the original concept of co-processing (biomass can be gasified together with fossil feedstock) and proposes to develop and demonstrate a full process chain to be commercialized worldwide via licensing.
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hal-00909215 , version 1 (26-11-2013)

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Jean-Christophe Viguié, Norbert Ullrich, Pierre Porot, Laurent Bournay, Michaël Hecquet, et al.. BioTfueL project : targeting the development of second-generation biodiesel and biojet fuels.. Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles, 2013, 68 (5), pp.953-946. ⟨hal-00909215⟩

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