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Opportunities for Advanced Liquid Biofuels in Western Canada - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashley Cruz
19:40
Welcome to “Opportunities for Advanced Liquid Biofuels in Western Canada”! Please switch your chat to "All panelists and attendees", introduce yourselves, and let us know where you're tuning in from!
Prashant Reddy
20:53
Hi, Prashant Reddy - Renewable Fuel, Bioenergy Advisor from the Government of Alberta
Prashant Reddy
21:34
Prashant.reddy@gov.ab.ca
J-C Amado
21:45
Morning - this is J-C Amado, VP, Ensyn
KingS1
21:46
Good morning everyone. I'm San King, a Senior Industry Development Officer with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in AB (san.king@canada.ca).
S B
22:21
Hi, I'm Shruthi from department of chemical and biological engineering, UBC in Vancouver.(abudnars@mail.ubc.ca)
Adetoyese Oyedun
23:01
Hi Adetoyese (Toye) Oyedun, Senior Project manager, Research (Plastic Research in Action) NAIT. www.nait.ca/pria
James Jensen
23:26
Good morning Scott and all, I'm Jim Jensen, Sr. Bioenergy Specialist at the Washington State Univ Energy Program, Olympia WA (email: jensenj@energy.wsu.edu)
Ankit Mathanker
23:30
Hello Everyone, I am Ankit Mathanker. I am presently a research assistant (M.Sc.) from the University of Alberta. I work in field of hydrothermal biofuel process.(mathanke@ualberta.ca)
Len Bykowski
23:46
Len Bykowski with Highbury Energy Inc
Jeff
24:18
I am Jeff Arsenych, President & CEO, Rainforest Energy Corp. (www.rainforestenergy.ca)
Jason Richl
24:26
Good morning, this is Jason Richl, Client Manager, SynergyAspen Environmental (jrichl@synergyaspen.ca).
joey
24:26
joey.obrien@sustaindriven.com - I have acquired the IP and western Canada territory of a technology that produces green diesel, graphene, biochar and wood vinegar. I am trying to decide where to build the first plant - which province and municipality
Stu Porter
24:32
Hi everyone. Stu Porter Biofuels Consulting Canada
Kevin Brown
24:54
Kevin Brown, consultant and forest biomass for bioenergy researcher, Victoria BC treenutrition@gmail.com
Chris Krasowski
25:02
Hello all! Chris Krasowski - Senior Policy Analyst with the Energy and Industry De-carbonization Branch in the Government of British Columbia - tuning in from Lək̓ʷəŋən Territory (Victoria) - email: chris.krasowski@gov.bc.ca
Ashley Cruz
25:12
To summarize, you should see a few different controls at the bottom of your screen (depending on which device you’re using):-“Audio Settings” on the far left hand side allows you to adjust the sound on your own device. Please note that Zoom Webinar is a view-only format, so you will only be able to see and hear our panelists today.-For that reason, we encourage you to use the chat box to interact with each other. Please ensure you select “All panelists and attendees” in order for everyone to see your messages, as the default setting will only send your message to us as the hosts. (This is completely fine if you’re having technical difficulties or only want to speak to us for any reason, but if you want to interact with each other, make sure to switch your setting!)
Ashley Cruz
25:14
-The last important function that we’ll be using today is the Q&A. Submitting your questions via this specific Q&A box ensures that the questions don’t get lost in the chat, and you’re also able to upvote and comment on questions if you like. So we encourage you to ask lots of questions at any time during the discussion, and make sure to upvote the ones you want answered the most.
SDT
31:51
Good Day All - Excited to join from Vista Projects Ltd. Engineering Consulting company active in the biofuel projects space. www.vistaprojects.com shane.torwalt@vistaprojects.com
David Bressler
39:20
Welcome all, Great to see so many friends and colleagues from across Canada. Very excited to see so much participation in this event highlighting the potential and importance of this sector. David Bressler, Executive Director of the BEN network. Professor University of Alberta.
Michael Kennedy
39:23
Hello everyone, Michael Kennedy here, Airchem LLC CEO
koelr
43:10
Happy to see you here Dave :)
Duncan McPherson
43:25
Hi Everyone, Duncan McPherson joining from Vancouver, partner at Bennett Jones LLP
Graham Hilton
51:40
Good Morning all. Graham Hilton from the BC Government Investment Office in London. In a previous life I contributed to much of the UK/EU bio-fuel policies.
Ashley Cruz
53:23
As Dave just said, please ensure you’re using the Q&A box so that we don’t lose your questions in the chat. Remember you can upvote questions in the Q&A box that you want answered the most!
Zohrab
54:16
Hello everyone. Zohrab Ahmadi from Econotech Services.
J-C Amado
56:21
Have you seen or heard of support for the CFS from the Conservatives? I.e. what is the risk that should there be a Spring federal election leading to a Conservative win the CFS would be canceled or greatly postponed?
Bora Plumptre
57:08
Hello everyone, Bora Plumptre here, senior analyst at the Pembina Institute, joining from our Toronto office. <borap@pembina.org>
Ashley Cruz
59:23
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koelr
01:03:54
Hello everyone, I currently work at a fuel ethanol facility in W. Canada. I have helped to commission new facilities and optimize others. My name is Koel Reed & my email is koelreed@outlook.com.
Prashant Reddy
01:25:06
In response to J-C Amado's question about the Conservatives. What I have seen in the past are articles like these: https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/andrew-scheer-promises-to-scrap-liberals-clean-fuel-standard-dubbing-it-a-secret-tax
Curtis Powers
01:36:57
Here is an interesting paper just released on a carbon price vs a tradable performance standard (e.g. LCFS): https://www.rff.org/publications/working-papers/tradable-performance-standards-transportation-sector/
Doug Hooper
01:37:21
Thanks hosts & moderator Dave! Doug Hooper, Director of Policy & Regulation, Advanced Biofuels Canada dhooper@advancedbiofuels.ca
Ashley Cruz
01:37:46
Thanks for sharing, Prashant and Curtis!
Ashley Cruz
01:38:49
We had so many great questions and we realize we did not get to all of them. We will do our best to get them all answered and shared along with the recording after the event!
Faisal Mirza, City of Vancouver
01:46:03
Woot woot, Mahmood in the house!
Gordon Floe
01:54:39
Great presentation Mahmood; look forward to working with you again. Gordon from NLK
Zohrab
01:55:37
Great presentation Mahmood, informative statistical data! Thanks
Anna Ringsred Beavers
02:12:32
Can you comment on feedstock availability for the fuel production projects that have been proposed in North America? Will there be enough feedstock to supply all of the proposed facilities and to achieve the required low carbon fuel targets?
Ashley Cruz
02:15:29
As Michael had mentioned earlier, please make sure you’re asking your questions throughout the discussion using the Q&A box located next to the chat. This helps ensure that your questions don’t get lost in the chat, and you’re also able to upvote and comment on questions you want answered the most!
Jeff
02:17:25
Question for Jason Krips: when will the AFPA promote a government policy to recognize the use of forest slash as qualifying for Alberta carbon offsets?
Michael Kennedy
02:31:04
Large oil and gas producers are utilizing animal fats in biofuels. Viscosity causing gumming and oxidation reduce the blending walls. How big are these issues in feedstocks.
Jared
02:31:07
Jared Girman from West Coast Reduction here...our infrastructure is under threat from the Port of Vancouver who is forcing us to leave out site. Please visit https://www.sustainablefoodalliancebc.com/sustainable-agriculture-or-more-cargo-containers to learn more.
Prashant Reddy
02:38:58
With regard to the CFS, I think provinces should pay close attention to the Land Use and Biodiversity (LUB) criteria that has been proposed for agricultural and forestry feedstocks to be use for biofuel production under the CFS
Ashley Cruz
02:45:13
Thank you so much for all the excellent questions! We wish we had time to answer them all. We have copied all the unanswered questions and will do our best to share the answers along with the recording after the event!
koelr
02:46:42
Thank you to everyone!! Great questions Michael. I will answer this last Q as continuing to bring honesty <-- the desire to be competitive without heavy subsidy.
Doug Hooper
02:47:08
Breaking news - Ontario has extended its RFS to require 15% renewable content in gasoline by 2030, with a 50% CI reduction.
Warren Johnson
02:47:19
Great Join Meeting. Look forward to building a better Canadian vision for sustainable BioEnergy and new projects.
koelr
02:47:58
Wow, thanks for sharing Doug
Faisal Mirza, City of Vancouver
02:49:01
Thanks everybody!
Évelyne Thiffault
02:49:25
Thanks for the opportunity, and to all for the great questions!
Ashley Cruz
02:49:43
Register for Alberta Innovates’ webinar TOMORROW at 9:00am PST/10:00am MST:https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/building-a-bioenergybioindustrial-venture-in-alberta-tickets-128691671253
Zohrab
02:50:08
Thanks BCBN and Scott for arranging this webinar. Great conversation
Scott Stanners
02:50:11
You're invited to tune in to the next West Coast Bioenergy Guild: https://bcbioenergy.ca/upcoming-west-coast-bioenergy-guild-event-on-december-16th-special-guest-michael-wolinetz-partner-at-navius-research/