Biodiesel Investment Proposal
By Dr. Ibrahim F. Gad, Biodiesel Expert
Mission of the project:
Capture the available opportunity in the biodiesel industry based on the experience of the project team, who are involved in the industry as consultant for long time in the Biodiesel Market.
|Country Manager||Dr. Ahmad Wasseaf|
|Biodiesel Expert||Dr. Ibrahim Gad|
|Marketing Manager||Eng. Ahmed Saqr|
|International relation manager||Mamoun Suleiman|
|Industry||Fuel users||Non fuel users|
|Medium Investment||Maximum Investment|
ROI : 30%
Duration : 18 – 24 month
ROI : 45% annually
Duration : 5 years
Strategic Expansion Plans
|Introduce new products :
– Bio Gasoline
– Bio Plastic
– Bio Paraffin
– Bio Jet fuel
– Bio char
|Develop new feedstock’s
– Insect Fats
Activation target dates:
Equity Distribution & Profit:
- Financing Partner(s) = 30%
- Technical partner = 50%
- Marketing Partner = 20%
- IPs Exploitation policy
- Public offering
- Factoring invoices of sales
- Others accordingly
- Monetization of OFFTAKE Contracts
- Partnership agreement by reputable attorney as “investment manager”.
- Shareholder in Company registration
- Investment Insurance policy against any investment risks
- Other procedures accordingly
What is biodiesel?
Biodiesel is a diesel fuel substitute used in diesel engines made from renewable materials such as:
- Plant oils: canola, Camelina, soy, flax, Jatropha, mahua, pongamia pinnata, mustard, coconut, palm, hemp and sunflower;
- Waste cooking oil: yellow or tap grease;
- Other oils: tall, fish, and algae;
- Animal fats: beef or sheep tallow, pork lard, or poultry fat; and
- Potentially from cellulosic feedstock consisting of agriculture and forest biomass.
How is it made?
The feedstock goes through a process called Transesterfication and consists of fatty acid methyl esters (FAME). Transesterfication is a reaction between the oil or animal fat with an alcohol and a catalyst. The chemical reaction of Transesterfication produces two products – glycerol and an ester called biodiesel. Raw vegetable oil or animal fats which have not undergone a chemical/refining process is not considered biodiesel and is not recommended for use in diesel engines.
Biodiesel is one common example of a renewable diesel. Hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel (HDRD) is another type of renewable diesel produced by hydro treating of similar fat or oil based biodiesel feedstock. Other technologies to turn biomass into renewable diesel are being developed.
Feedstock use in renewable diesel
Biodiesel: vegetable oil, waste cooking oil, animal fats, fish oil, and algae oil.
Hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel (HDRD): vegetable oil, waste cooking oil, animal fats, fish oil, and algae oil
Emerging Fuels Technologies, Fischer-Tropsch, Biomass to Liquid: cellulosic feedstock
Uses and Application of Biodiesel:
Biodiesel can be used with some precautions in diesel engines in many sectors including on-road vehicles, off-road mobile equipment and vehicles and stationary equipment.
- Fleet vehicles
- Heavy-duty trucks
- School buses
- Urban transit buses
- Agricultural equipment
- Construction equipment
- Forestry equipment
- Locomotives (trains)
- Marine vessels
- Mining equipment
- Electricity generators (gen sets)