Biogas engines and alternative feedstocks
Unused biogas potential in Indonesia
by Organics & Euroasiatic
Title: Biogas engines and alternative feedstocks: Unused biogas potential in Indonesia.
Date: 25 November 2020
Time: 10.00 a.m. (WIB)
Mark Moulden, the technical directors of Organics
Niko Valle-Schmitz, the sales manager of Euroasiatic
The webinar will comprise two components: in the first, Organics will look at how biogas is generated from various sources of feedstock, such as cow manure, chicken litter, food and agricultural waste, then controlled and prepared for use as a viable fuel. In the second Euroasiatic will address some of the key issues associated with the use of biogas in gas engines.
Two of the leading experts in their fields: Mark Moulden and Niko Valle-Schmitz, the technical directors of Organics and Euroasiatic respectively, will be on hand to answer questions. They will draw on over thirty years of experience, with many successful projects completed, to present the case for an industry that is in continual growth throughout Indonesia.
You will have the opportunity to learn about:
✓ The attributes that have made Jenbacher one of the world’s leading gas engine manufacturers
✓ How biogas is generated from various common feedstocks and techniques for its control and collection
✓ The best practices and options for using biogas as a fuel source
✓ Mechanisms for processing biogas for use in gas engines
✓ The depth of experience of Euroasiatic and Organics in the field of biogas engineering
✓ Business models that can be built around the use of biogas as a fuel, and can be adopted in a difficult regulatory environment
✓ Several of the many different applications for use of Jenbacher gas engines