NOVACAM Webinar: “Fossil and renewable sources of liquid fuels”

Webinar: Fossil and renewable sources of liquid fuels: prices, resources, conversion and competition

Date: 25th November 2015

Speaker: Professor Mark J Howard, Cardiff School of Chemistry

Abstract: What are the long term prospects for supply of liquid transport fuels? This talk will explore global sources of liquid transport fuels in the context of the long term prospects for fossil and renewable resources, including the future implications for greenhouse gas emissions. Underlying price drivers will be discussed, and the implications of recent trends in the resource bases considered. The nature and economics of selected options for converting alternative resources such as gas, coal and biomass into liquid fuels normally derived from crude oil will be described.

On the 25th November at 9am (UK time)/6pm (Japanese time), NOVACAM held their final webinar in the project series, where Professor Mark J Howard  presented the topic of “Fossil and renewable sources of liquid fuels: prices, resources, interconversion and competition” to a large international audience.

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Project Coordinator: Professor Emiel Hensen, E.J.M.Hensen@TUE.NL Project Manager: Dr Gabriela Dima, G.E.Dima@TUE.NL

NOVACAM is a coordinated EU-Japan project supported by the European Union and the Japan Science and Technology Agency. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 604319.