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Biodiesel business plan

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Feedstock Suppliers
Environmental and Social Impact & Safety control
Production
Supply & Distribution
Research and Studies
Renew Fuels has secured 13 different food chains, including 107 individual collection locations
The total estimated oil collection per month is approximately 92,050 liters

Renew Fuels
Collection Method
Renew Fuels will supply its Feedstock suppliers with 300 litre reusable drums
Full drums will be collected by our vehicle, which runs on the biodiesel produced by Renew Fuels
Most of the raw materials will be coming from Dubai and Sharjah

RENEW FUELS
Methanol
Caustic soda (NaOH)
UCO
Health and safety
As the company grows, additional suppliers must be sourced
Limited to sourcing the used cooking oil locally
approximately 7000 restaurants are estimated to be currently in business in Sharjah & Dubai
Many more are expected to open in the future

Future Feedstock collection
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter
Hydraulic lift, capable of lifting 1200kg of weight onto the cargo area.
Up to 14 oil drums can be collected in one trip
Renew Fuels Collection Vehicle
Collecting the raw material (UCO) will be the most challenging and risky operation
Collected used cooking oil must be inspected for quality to ensure that the supplier has not tainted the used cooking oil
On-going operations challenge

Collection
The main ingredient in the production of biodiesel is used cooking oil (UCO), acquired from restaurants and fast food chains
It is easier to work with clean oil
Securing a sound feedstock supply is important

Supply Chain Management
Plant Design
BUSINESS PLAN
Resources
Renew Fuels is Limited Licensed Company
founded by the MDX group in sponsorship with a citizen of Sharjah, IAW EDD

 
The MDX Management Group:
Priyadarshini Sharma
Khaled Hasan Ziyat
Chibuike Okpaleke
Kris Dutkiewicz
Hussaini Mohammed Sadiq


The main employee’s listed in the above organization chart are:

General Manager
Finance and HR Manager
Marketing and Sales Representative
Operations Manager
Secretary/ Receptionist
Plant Operators (3 nos)
Driver


Employees

Business cycle
Simulation & plant optimization
Product Specification
Renew fuels Biodiesel Comply with ASTM 6751 and EN14214 standards
Pre-filtration machine
CT-500 dosing, and processing machine
separation column
Purification machine
Buffering and storage tanks

Production process Diagram
Other Sources of Energy and their Advantages
Wind, Geothermal, Solar and Biomass

According to IEA Report, 2013
Capacity to meet future projected demands
Reduce adverse effect to the environment and Carbon Footprint
Energy Security
Economic and Social Development

Usage and Effects of Fossil Fuel
Global demand is at 67%
Intermittent fluctuations / increase in Price
Environmental Pollution
Climate Change
Global Warming – United Nations IPCC Report 2013

High Demand of Energy
Liquid Fuel
Electricity / Power Generation

Background

Chemical Process & Mass Balance
CT-500 Ultrasound Processor Working Mechanism
The Proposal
A Business Plan for commercial production of Biodiesel that promotes economic, environmental, and social sustainability.
Financial Analysis
MENA Region
General overview of the region.
According to the MENA Renewable Status Report 2013
Rapid growth in renewable energy by 14% between 2007 and 2010

Growth in energy demand due to increase in population, urbanization
and economic progress

Water Scarcity, high fossil fuel prices and enhancement on energy security and environmental factors.


Biomass Use
14% of the total energy consumption
3% in the industrialized countries and
35% in the developing countries, mainly Rural population
Analysis conducted by UNCED indicates that,
......Biomass can account for 50% of present energy demand by 2050

Board of directors
HRM
Our Values
Excellence, Innovation, Integrity, Team work

Vision
Renew Fuels aims to be the leading producer of Biodiesel in UAE.

Mission
Aims to create a renewable fuel
Committed to help reduce carbon footprint.
3R policy
Substitute 5% of diesel fuel demand of Sharjah with biodiesel by 2020
Using biodegradable material.
Commitment to follow the company’s mission and vision.


Renew Fuels
Organization Structure
Tower Perin Model
Employee Retention
ENERGY VS ENVIRONMENT
Global Crises
Emits harmful wastes on burning
On the verge of depletion
Costly
Leading to climate change

Petrol Based Diesel
Biodegradable
Less Toxic than Diesel
Reduces particulate matter
Reduces carbon footprint
Safe to handle
No engine modifications required
Renewable Green Fuel
Solution : Biodiesel
Market Potential/ Analysis
High demand of energy for vehicular transportation
Political support for renewable energy
"Green Economy for Sustainable Development”
Supported by Dubai Global Energy Forum (DGEF 2013),
The Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy
Reduce Carbon footprint

Competition
Neutral Fuels and Lootah Biofuels

Diesel producing companies
ENOC
EPPCO
EMARAT
ADNOC ...etc..

Renew Fuels
Competitive Edge
Support of Sharjah Economic Department
First Movers Advantage
Most advanced technology in the market

Market Mix
Product
Price
Place
Promotion
SWOT ANALYSIS
Strengths

First Movers Advantage.
Fully Automated plant equipment
Most advanced purification system
Support of the Sharjah Economic Development Department
Renew Fuels already has a buyer buying most of the producti

Weaknesses
 
Lack of initial Capital

Opportunities
 
No competitors in Sharjah presently producing Biodiesel.
Reduce carbon footprint and a green substitute for diesel fuel.
CSR
 
Threats
 
No Subsidies
Uncertainty in supply of UCO
Derived demand
Porters 5 Competitive Force Analysis
Rivalry

New Entrants

Substitutes

Suppliers

Buyers

Marketing
General Overview
Period of Analysis (2014 – 2017)
Source of Finance
Capital Structure
Budgeting and Cash-Flow Analysis
Cost-Volume Profit Analysis
Performa Income Statement

Source of Finance
Initial Capital Investment : AED2,000,000.00

Environmental impact
Green gas emissions.
Deforestation
Pollution
Biodegration
Social Impact
Labour Rights
Land rights
Health and saftey
Biodiesel pricing
Hazards
precautions & safety equipments
Goggles
Gloves
Overalls
Smoke / Methanol detectors
strict no smoking policy
Anti static footwear and clothing
Earthed electricals
Ultrasound reactors are safer than others......!
Business Setup
Business Setup approach:
Selection of location
UAE, Sharjah
Planning and Scheduling
WBS
Gantt Chart
Risk Analysis
Risk Management (Process)
Identification of risks
Analysis of impact/implication of risks
Preparation of response to minimize/mitigate the risk
Management of residual risk


Risk Management (Criteria)
Probability of the risk occurring
The impact of the risk on the project
The risk tolerance line

Identified risk

Price changes with Buyers or suppliers
Countermeasure: Prevention
contracts with the buyers and suppliers to prevent changes in prices

Direct competition may arise
Countermeasure: Reduction
Contracts with the buyers and suppliers to reduce the impact

Methanol leakages may cause explosions.
Countermeasure: Prevention
Storage of methanol to be in remote containers
Installation of methanol detectors

Biodiesel History
Biodiesel is not new!
First experimented with in the 30’s
1937, a technology called Transesterification was developed in Belgium, which converted the oil into smaller molecules.

Current technology for production formed in the 80’s
Originally used in remote areas where Petroleum based diesel was not available
It was only popular during WWII, and the oil crisis in the 70’s
Original diesel engines could run directly from pure clean cooking oil
Newer diesel engines could not work with this, due to the thick viscosity

Approximately 35% increase
Modern Biodiesel Production
Cost of biodiesel production has significantly decreased
Newest technology, using High Frequency Magnetic Impulse Reactor Processing Method (Ultrasound reactor)
Manufacturing facility ideal to be near the feedstock supply, and customer biodiesel fill

Other Sources of Biomass
Algae
early stages of technology
Facility is costly to setup
Current cost to produce a gallon of fuel is too high

Food Based Feedstock such as Corn & Soy
Biomass obtained from food crops has a higher value than food itself, which has in the past lead to food shortages, or increased food cost
Requires a lot of land to produce
Plants can only be grown seasonally

Sewage Waste
It is not a very profitable endeavor
Wood & Rubbish

Limited to producing energy on the spot

Cattle Manure (animal waste)
Used as a biogas by either burning it directly, or by producing methane gas by means of anaerobic digestion
Not efficient to transport the raw material long for biomass production elsewhere
Large scale project
Why is Renew Fuels going Green with Used Cooking Oil?
Biodiesel is a green fuel that emits less toxins into the atmosphere than traditional Petroleum based diesel, and lubricates the engine while doing so.
The industry is still in its early stages, a good time to enter the market
Biodiesel is quickly gaining popularity, it compliments the worldwide green initiative
Demand is on the rise.
RenewFuels Biodiesel can be sold for slightly less than the market value of Petrol based diesel

Why is Renew Fuels going Green with Used Cooking Oil?

It is easy to collect, store, and convert into biodiesel.
The Biodiesel produced can be used to service vehicles in the same vicinity from where the feedstock is collected
Producing Biodiesel from used cooking oil is an excellent and profitable solution
Other than sewage waste, it is the only other material abundantly available in the UAE

UCO Collection Supply Summary
Biodiesel Filling
The final product B100 biodiesel will be distributed amongst three clientele
The Logistics Company in Sharjah, accounting for approximately 65% of Renew Fuels biodiesel production
The Sharjah Transport Authority (STA), accounting for approximately 30% of Renew Fuels biodiesel production
The remaining 5% of the biodiesel will be sold to some of Renew Fuels UCO suppliers

Most trucks will be filled at the Renew Fuels production plant mini pump
The Sharjah Transport Company would need to have the diesel delivered to them via a rented Isuzu Diesel Tanker, capable of transporting 1000 gallons (3785 litres) in one trip

Supply Chain Feedstock & Biodiesel Fill diagram

Is the feedstock available in commercial quantity?
Is the technology and plant design operational?
Is the product commercially viable?
Does the company have potential for sustained growth?
Does the management have the ability to exploit the market potential and control the company through the growth phases?
Does the possible reward justify the risk?
Have all the risks associated with the business identified and mitigating factors developed.
Is the potential financial return on the investment justifiable?



Investing the sum of AED1,500,000 in Renew Fuels is surely a positive investment decision with good financial returns.
Conclusion
1,500,000 AED only
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