Tag: Billion Ton Study

Son of Billion Ton: The 10-minute version

Son of Billion Ton: The 10-minute version

August 11, 2011 |

Does  the 180 page Billion Ton Study update have you caught between a “must-read” rock and a “no-time” hard place? Try our 10 minute version of the landmark biomass report. In Tennessee, a research team led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory projected that the US would have between 1.1 and 1.6 billion tons of available, […]

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Billion Ton Study II: Up to 1.6 billion tons of biomass available by 2030, says ORNL in new biomass survey

Billion Ton Study II: Up to 1.6 billion tons of biomass available by 2030, says ORNL in new biomass survey

August 10, 2011 |

In Tennessee, a research team led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory projected that the US would have between 1.1 and 1.6 billion tons of available, sustainable biomass for industrial bioprocessing by 2030. The update states: “in 2022…the feedstock shown in the baseline scenario account for conventional biofuels (corn grain ethanol and biodiesel) and shows 602 […]

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