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Jamaica - FIDCO sawmill residues utilization study (Английский)

The Forest Industries Development Company Ltd. (FIDCO) is a government owned company that produces forest products from plantation-grown pine logs. The goal of this study was to identify the most economically beneficial option for the use of FIDCO wastes and to assist them in implementing this option. Specific objectives addressed by the study include: (a) conduct of a market survey for the sawmill residues in raw or processed form; (b) financial, economic and technical evaluation of utilization options; (c) preparation of a plan for the economic utilization for FIDCO wastes; and (d) provision of implementation assistance, if necessary, to the Government of Jamaica (GOJ) through FIDCO.

Подробная Информация

  • Дата подготовки документа

    1988/09/30

  • Тип документа

    Документ Программы содействия развитию системы управления в секторе энергетики (ESMAP)

  • Номер отчета

    ESM88

  • Том

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Страна

    Ямайка,

  • Регион

    Латинская Америка и страны Карибского бассейна,

  • Дата раскрытия информации

    2010/07/01

  • Название документа

    Jamaica - FIDCO sawmill residues utilization study

  • Ключевые слова

    wood residue;Public Utilities;Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica;Energy;cost of electricity production;diesel oil;agency for international development;residual fuel oil;sugar mill;charcoal production;ethanol production;high value uses;cost of production;electricity production cost;steam boiler;financial value;process heat;rate of afforestation;energy purpose;avoided costs;disposal of residues;economies of scale;hot water heating;electric heat pump;combustion for electricity;end-use energy demand;high opportunity cost;cost of capital;solar water heating;price for energy;rates of return;electricity for sale;financial economic;operations and maintenance;high pressure boiler;electric power production;government owned company;government-owned companies;gross heating value;moisture content;fuel cost;Energy Sector;fuel saving;boiler fuel;financial return;firm capacity;potential energy;wood fire;financial basis;cogeneration system;sugar factory;production level;sale price;steam generation;resource base;industrial boiler;steam capacity;surplus power;biomass combustion;buy-back price;financial analysis;biomass supply;Power Generation;energy resource;additional revenue;sawmill waste;financial difficulties;sugar production;surplus capacity;forest product;coal fire;boiler system;foreign exchange;forest inventories;steam consumption;fuelwood plantations;power purchase;chicken processing;cane production;energy system;energy balance;net saving;fuel use;competitive bid;poultry processing;profit margin;production efficiency;coal burn;improving energy;interest calculation;thermal plant;feedstock supply;capacity credit;marginal benefit;digestion process;biomass fuel;financial rate;turbine efficiency;steam flow;plant power;sugar processing;energy problem;financial valuation;power exchange;buy-back arrangement;profitable operation;surplus bagasse;boiler capacity;dry material;business decision;labor input;bulk sale;high probability;steam rate;consumption estimate;capacity utilization;bed material;premium price;charcoal market;steam engine;questionable assumption;cogeneration plant;potential investor;nominal price;payback period;land clearing;energy utilization;Land Fill;fuel substitution;industrial plant;heavy burden;forest reserve;forest industries;total energy;marketing margin;import parity;wood burning;alternative use;biomass burning;sugar industry;industrial application;capacity factor;Waste Material;guarantee price;local market;commercial cooking;raw material;industrial market;cement plant;water application;transportation cost;heavy oil;west indies;study including;market survey;energy facility;merchandise export;Hydro Power;international market;resource constraint;site visits;potential users;energy potential;timber product;long-term contract;field data;biomass utilization;heat value;petroleum product;total saving;solid fuel;potential demand;private land;investment program;price support;production base;end-use application;wood processing;round trip;energy economist;proper spacing;refinery gate;energy price;supply agreement;forest logging;solid residues;transfer price;energy content;operational problems;fuel supplementing;recovery rate;financial picture;purchase price;financial cost;urban household;bilateral agency;Rural Industry;simulation model;

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