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DOE – Products Platform Stage Gate Review Meeting August, 2005 Note: Each presentation is allotted 30 minutes; 20 min. for the presentation and 10 min.

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1 DOE – Products Platform Stage Gate Review Meeting August, 2005 Note: Each presentation is allotted 30 minutes; 20 min. for the presentation and 10 min. for reviewer Q&A.

2 Presentation Outline 1.Overall Project Goals and Objectives 2.Organization of the Approach to meeting these Goals and Objectives (tasks and subtasks) 3.For each major task or objective please address in more detail a)Technical or economic target or objective b)All risks associated with meeting these targets or objectives c)Milestones established to measure progress and financial or performance metrics d)Go No/Go decision points e)Accomplishments to date f)Future plans and partners 4.Market and customers 5.Competitive Advantage 6.Strategic Fit 7.Conclusions and Discussion

3 Describe the overall project goals and objectives Overall Project Goals & Objectives

4 Organization/approach to meeting these Goals and Objectives (tasks and subtasks) Organization/Approach

5 For each major task or objective please address the following: a)Technical or economic target or objective (provide basis for the targets) b)All risks associated with meeting these targets or objectives including technical, equipment reliability, business, market, environmental, compliance, legal, and intellectual property, etc. c)Milestones established to measure progress and financial or performance metrics used to measure progress. Include assumptions and analyses used to establish these metrics. d)Go No/Go decision points and why they are critical to the project e)Accomplishments to date on the task with respect to plans, milestones and metrics f)Future plans and partners involved in completing these tasks Task – Objective Detail

6 a)Who are or might be the customers prepared to buy your product? b)What range of production costs do you need to achieve or whats the threshold to be successful c)An evaluation of the dynamics of current or future market shifts on the products you plan to sell. Market & Customers

7 a)What is the duration of the window of opportunity to develop this technology within your company and relative to the market? b)In your estimation, what is the technology you are competing against and what does your approach have to offer that better meets the goals of producing a biofuel or bioproduct(s)? c)Have you considered issues that could dramatically change the market? d)After your detailed investigations thus far, what is the state of the economics? What do they tell you about prioritizing further investments? Competitive Advantage

8 a)Explain the technology developments fit to your companys business b)Fit with the Biomass Programs biorefinery pathway approach and Product R&D milestones in those pathways – which ones does your project support? c)What Stage in the Stage Gate process is your project? (see stage gate guide) d)Describe the vision for a demonstration phase of a commercial prototype by FY08 – if applicable - and your estimate of readiness for undertaking such a demonstration. Strategic Fit

9 Conclusions/Summary

10 Programmatic information Here are some extra slides that show the biorefinery pathways with the specific Product R&D related milestones, Product R&D technical barriers (from Products R&D Multi-Year Technical Plan), and stage gate process slide (see stage gate guide). You do not need to include them in your presentation except to identify which biorefinery pathway/milestones your project supports, technical barriers your project addresses, and what stage your project is in as per the stage gate guide. Also, if youd like to comment on our milestones in the pathways - are they appropriate/specific enough or should they be more detailed/how.

11 C5 or C6 or mixed C5/C6 Sugars conversion to Chemical and Material Products Ethanol Production From Mixed Sugars B Milestone (M 1.4) Demonstrate and validate economical new products from C5 or mixed C5/C6 sugars in a wet mill ($/lb product) by 2008 Milestone Hierarchy – Corn Wet Mill Improvements Milestone Fit B Milestone (M 1.3) Demonstrate and validate economical conversion of mixed sugars to ethanol in a wet mill ($X/gal EtOH) by 2008 B Milestone (M 1.5) Demonstrate and validate economical new products from C6 sugars in a wet mill ($/lb product) by 2008 B Milestone (M 1.6) Demonstrate and validate economical new products from corn-derived oils in a wet mill. ($/lb product) by 2008 Miscellaneous Supporting C Milestones: 1.Develop new organisms capable of fermenting C5 sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis 2.Organism productivity rates need to be on the order of g/Lhr 3.Yield from sugars greater than 90% 4.Final concentration from fermentation should be at least 100 g/l 5.Organisms need to be robust with respect to impurities 6.Develop new catalysts capable of converting sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis 7.Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% 8.Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year 9.Catalyst fouling minimized 10.New membrane technologies need to be developed to recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value) Supporting C Milestones: 1.Develop new organisms that can utilize five carbon sugars at a rate consistent with C6 sugar utilization 2.Develop new organisms that are robust with respect to impurities 3.Develop new organisms capable of co-fermenting (use C5 sugars at the same time C6 sugars are utilized in order to minimize fermentation time) Supporting C Milestones: 1.Organism productivity rates need to be on the order of g/Lhr 2.Yield from sugars greater than 90% 3.Final concentration from fermentation should be at least 100 g/l 4.Organisms need to be robust with respect to impurities 5.Develop new catalysts capable of converting sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis 6.Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% 7.Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year 8.Catalyst fouling minimized 9.New membrane technologies need to be developed to recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value) Supporting C Milestones: 1.Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% 2.Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year 3.Catalyst fouling minimized 4.New separation technologies need to be developed to recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value)

12 C5 or C6 or mixed C5/C6 Sugars conversion to Chemical and Material Products Ethanol Production From Mixed Sugars B Milestone (M 2.4) Demonstrate and validate economical conversion of mixed sugars to products in a dry mill. ($/lb product) by 2008 Milestone Hierarchy – Corn Dry Mill Improvements Milestone Fit B Milestone (M 2.3) Demonstrate and validate economical conversion of mixed sugars to ethanol in a dry mill. ($/gal EtOH) by 2009 B Milestone (M 2.5) Demonstrate and validate economical new products from C6 sugars in a dry mill. ($/lbs product) Biomass Fractionation with Sugar Production B Milestone (M 2.2) Demonstrate and Validate economical residual starch conversion in a dry mill ($/lb fiber) by Supporting C Milestones: Develop new organisms capable of fermenting C5 sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis Organism productivity rates need to be on the order of g/Lhr Yield from sugars greater than 90% Final concentration from fermentation should be at least 100 g/l Organisms need to be robust with respect to impurities Develop new catalysts capable of converting sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year Catalyst fouling minimized New membrane technologies need to be developed to recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value) Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-3 as for B milestone (M 1.3) Supporting C Milestones: Develop new organisms capable of fermenting C6 sugars to products identified in the Top Ten analysis Same as 1-9 of supporting Cs for B milestone (M 1.5) Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-10 as for B milestone (M 1.4)

13 B Milestone (M 4.7) Demonstrate and validate chemical building blocks, chemicals, or materials from 5 biomass sugars that are economically viable (need multiple cost targets for specific products) ($/lbs product) Milestone Hierarchy –Agricultural Residue Processing Pathway Milestone Fit B Milestone (M 4.6) Demonstrate and validate ethanol from 5 biomass sugars that are economically viable (need multiple cost targets for specific products) ($/gal EtOH) Supporting C Milestones: 1.Develop new organisms that can utilize five carbon sugars at a rate consistent with C6 sugar utilization 2.Develop new organisms that are robust with respect to impurities 3.Develop new organisms capable of co-fermenting (use C5 sugars at the same time C6 sugars are utilized in order to minimize fermentation time) Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-10 as for B milestone (M 2.2) Ethanol Production from Mixed Sugars C5 or C6 or mixed C5/C6 Sugars conversion to Chemical and Material Products B Milestone (M 4.10) Demonstrate and validate combined heat & power from lignin intermediates/residues ($/KwHr, $/Klb Stm) B Milestone (M 4.8) Demonstrate and validate high value chemical and material products from lignin intermediates ($/lb product) B Milestone (M4.9) Demonstrate and validate fuel products from lignin intermediates ($/gal) Lignin Intermediates/ Residue Conversion to Products B Milestone (M 4.13) Demonstrate and validate products (i.e. ethanol from mixed alcohols) from lignin or biomass derived syngas for $0.60/gal by 2025 B Milestone (M 4.14) Demonstrate and validate H2 production from lignin or biomass derived syngas for $xx/kg by 2025 B Milestone (M 4.15) Demonstrate and validate CHP production from lignin or biomass derived syngas by 2025 Clean Syngas Conversion to Products Supporting C Milestones: 1.Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% 2.Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year 3.Catalyst fouling minimized 4.New membrane technologies need to be developed to recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value) Supporting C Milestones: 1.Catalysts must achieve selectivity of greater than 90% 2.Catalyst lifetime of at least 1 year 3.Catalyst fouling minimized 4.Separation technologies need to be developed/demonstrated that can recover products at low cost (cost target is less than 10-15% of product value) Supporting C Milestones TBD

14 C5 or C6 or mixed C5/C6 Sugars conversion to Chemical and Material Products Ethanol Production From Mixed Sugars B Milestone (M 5.7) Demonstrate and validate products from 5 biomass sugars (need multiple cost targets for specific products) – similar to agro. Residues with different biorefinery opportunities ($/gal EtOH) Milestone Hierarchy –Perennial Biomass Processing Pathway Milestone Fit B Milestone (M 5.6) Demonstrate and validate ethanol from 5 biomass sugars that are economically viable – similar to agro. residues with different biorefinery opportunities ($/gal EtOH) Supporting C Milestones: Same as 1-3 of B milestone (M 4.6) Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-10 as for B milestone (M 2.2) Lignin Intermediates/ Residue Conversion to Products B Milestone (M 5.10) Demonstrate and validate combined heat & power from lignin intermediates/residues ($/KwHr, $/Klb Stm) B Milestone (M 5.8) Demonstrate and validate high value chemical and material products from lignin intermediates ($/lb product) B Milestone (M 5.9) Demonstrate and validate fuel products from lignin intermediates ($/gal) Supporting C Milestones TBD Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-4 as for B milestone (M 4.8) Supporting C Milestones TBD Clean Syngas Conversion to Products B Milestone (M 5.13) Demonstrate and validate products (i.e. ethanol from mixed alcohols) from lignin or biomass derived syngas for $0.60/gal by 2025 B Milestone (M 5.14) Demonstrate and validate H2 production from lignin or biomass derived syngas for $xx/kg by 2025 B Milestone (M 5.15) Demonstrate and validate CHP production from lignin or biomass derived syngas by 2025 Supporting C Milestones: Same 1-4 as for B milestone (M 4.8) Supporting C Milestones TBD Advanced Biomass Fractionation and Conversion B Milestone (M 5.17) Demonstrate and validate products from new fractionation/consolidated process intermediates Supporting C Milestones TBD

15 Milestone Fit DRAFT PATHWAY – Still being developed

16 What Stage is the project in? Stage Gate Fit

17 Technical Barriers Addressed: Liquid Transportation Fuels

18 Technical Barriers Addressed: Chemicals and Materials

19 Technical Barriers Addressed: Combined Heat & Power


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