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Title: Role of biogas and biochar palm oil residues for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the biodiesel production
Authors: Harsono, Soni SisbudiGrundmann, PhilippSiahaanc, Donald
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Issue Date: 2015
Published in: Energy Procedia, Volume 65, Page 344-351
Conference and Exhibition Indonesia - New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (The 3rd Indo-EBTKE ConEx 2014)
Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier
Abstract: Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions which related to palm oil production are tend to increase due to the increasing of palm oil demand and the expansion process of oil palm production worldwide. The specific objective of the study was to assess the contribution of innovative biomass processes as effort to improve the energy balance and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) associated with biodiesel made from palm oil. The GHG was calculated that GHG emission savings up to 63.14% in total. GHG emissions from biochar using empty fruit bunches (EFB) resulted to 2.95% from total GHG emissions, and biogas from palm oil mill effluent (POME) produced 74.22% of the total GHG emissions from palm oil based biodiesel production. Innovative technologies and processes for the treatment of by-products can contribute significantly for meeting the emission targets. Build upon the research, resulted to the recommendation to use biochar and capturing methane from POME. The research result was also concerned that emission savings are annulled in the case of land use change (LUC) and oil palm production on peatland. Based on this research resulted to recommended that the utilization of waste from oil palm cultivation on peatland which was disuse and the capturing of methane from POME
Keywords: Biochar; biodiesel; biogas; biomass; climate change; mitigation
DDC: 630
License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Unported
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