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Asia Biogas Group

Asia Biogas - Overview

Asia Biogas is a clean energy project developer active for 15 years in SE Asia The Group provides the following services: Design, engineering, procurement, construction and O&M of small scale renewable and clean power plants, including: o Biogas for heat and power generation o Biogas upgrading to Compressed Biogas (CBG) o Biomass for power generation o Biomass fuel production ABS has designed and built over 80 projects in Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam Currently owns 7 operating projects in Thailand under Build Own Operate Transfer (BOOT) structure Two wholly owned projects under construction: Krabi 2.2MW Palm Oil Mill Effluent Biogas, Thailand, and Greenfields Dairy Farm Biogas, Indonesia

ABS - Group Focus

Location: Thailand DevCo: CEMT - Clean Energy Management (Thailand) Co.,Ltd Sectors: Biogas and Biomass

Location: Indonesia DevCo: ABI - Asia Biogas Indonesia Sectors: Biogas, Biomass, Natural Gas and Solar PV

Target Sectors
Biogas and Biomass target Sectors
Cassava Starch Industry Palm Oil Processing Industry Ethanol Industry Animal/Livestock Farms Distilleries/Breweries Municipal Garbage & Waste Management Food & Drink Processing Plants Agricultural Solid Waste Energy Crops

Tapioca Wet Pulp Digestion Project

Anaerobic Digestion
Anaerobic Baffled Reactors [ABRs] Up-Flow Sludge Blanket Reactors [UASBs] Fixed Film Reactors [Up-Flow/Down-Flow] Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors [CSTRs] Complete Mix & Plug Flow Reactors Covered In Ground Anaerobic Reactor

Biomass Combustion
Solid Fired Steam Boilers & Turbines Biomass Gasification Biomass fuel production

ABS - Operational Assets - Thailand

Kalasin Waste to Energy, Thailand Description: Cassava waste water plant Power generation: 1MWe Heat generation: 3.95MWth Start date: 2007

Cassava Waste to Energy, Thailand Description: Cassava waste water plant Power generation: Heat production for on-site use Start date: 2007

Swine Waste to Energy, Thailand Description: Piggery farm biogas projects Power generation: c.2.4MWe (four separate projects) Start date: 2008

Projects Under Construction

Krabi Waste to Energy, Thailand Biogas Phase Description: Palm Oil Mill Effluent Power generation: 2MWe Heat generation: MWth Start date: 2014 Project cost: $4.1m The Biogas Phase is under construction consisting of a biogas reactor and 2.2MW CAT gensets which will export power to local grid under a long term PPA. Engines will be operated in CHP mode with heat being used for the Phase 2 project which will include biomass fuel production and additional power production.

Indonesia Projects

Greenfields, Indonesia Description: Dairy Farm Heat Generation: 4MWth Start date: 2014 Project investment: $2.5m Project under construction will take waste water from an integrated dairy farm and dairy processing facility. Farm has in excess of 8,000 cattle with further expansion planned. Gas will be used for process heat in the dairy processing facility. Rokan Hulu, Indonesia Description: POME Waste To Electricity Electricity Generation: 1 MW Start date: 2013 Total Project cost: $ 3 m Project under construction will take waste water from an Palm Oil Mill ( POME ). Gas will be used for converting into electricity for around 500 Villager, that currently is using diesel genset.

Palm Oil Mills in Indonesia

25 POPI 980 ton FFB/Hour 92 POPI 3815 ton FFB/Hour 140 POPI 6660 ton FFB/Hour 42 POPI 2245 ton FFB/Hour 1 POPI 40 ton FFB/Hour

29 POPI 1545 ton FFB/Hour 65 POPI 5475 ton FFB/Hour

7 POPI 590 ton FFB/Hour

4 POPI 360 ton FFB/Hour 3 POMs 140 TPH

26 POPI 1645 ton FFB/Hour

6 POPI 260 ton FFB/Hour

16 POPI 1235 ton FFB/Hour

19 POPI 990 ton FFB/Hour 10 POPI 375 ton FFB/Hour 1 POPI 60 ton FFB/Hour

58 POPI 3555 ton FFB/Hour

2 POPI 150 ton FFB/Hour

3 POPI 260 ton FFB/Hour 43 POPI 3100 ton FFB/Hour

1 POPI 30 ton FFB/Hour

15 POPI 770 ton FFB/Hour

Sumber: BPS dan Kementerian Pertanian Tahun 2009

Oil Palm Waste to Wealth







Palm Oil Solid Waste

FFB Fiber
Power Heat Fuel

Kernel shell EFB 25% of FFB Steam and electricity

Palm Oil Liquid Waste

FFB Wastewater (POME)


Electricity from Biogas POME

60tph mill will produce approximately 600m3 POME per day and 15,000m3 CH4 Equivalent to approximately 2.5WMe ABR Reactor

H2S Scrubber

Gas Engine Biogas Dryer

Upgrading of biogas to bio-CNG

Biogas composition: 60 % CH4 40 % CO2 Saturated with water Trace amounts of contaminants (H2S, NH3, volatiles) Through biogas upgrading: CO2 removed Contaminants and water removed CH4 content increased to 9099 % = biomethane Biomethane (9099 % CH4): Compressed to 250 bar Used in CNG/NGV vehicles Mixed with CNG Injected in NG grid Condensed to liquid (LBG) and mixed with LNG

Upgrading of biogas to bio-CNG

Several technologies available: PSA, Water scrubbing, Chemical scrubbing, Membrane Asia Biogas has partnered with two technology partners: Chemical scrubbing Highest capture rate/yield (>99.9 %) Biomethane of highest quality (>99 %) Lowest power consumption if waste heat available Membrane upgrading Passive system Few moving parts except gas compressor

Upgrading of biogas to bio-CNG

Desmond Godson Chief Executive Officer Asia Biogas Singapore Pte. Ltd Mobile: +65 81 98 44 53

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