Biogas production: Oil Synthesis by fermentation from organic waste built student engineers ESAIP, 2009. Sarah Boyer, Diane Labrunie and Elodie Segard.
Project in the Project launched by Laigret econology.
Human activities, in particular transport are partly responsible for the increase of the greenhouse effect and therefore the global warming.
To address this issue, a key action in the short term is to increase the use of alternative fuels to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
For its energy supply, the European Union is increasingly dependent on imported fossil fuels. Now, the oil resources are limited, energy demand is increasing and petroleum products come from politically unstable regions.
In addition, emissions of greenhouse gases from fossil fuels contribute to climate change.
This complex situation leads to significant ecological and economic risks for the company.
This is why the European Commission has launched a series of initiatives focused mostly on the heavily oil-dependent transport sector. One of these initiatives is to develop the biogas production units and thus offer an alternative to oil.
Under the Project Scientist Laboratory, we study the synthesis of biogas from the waste to biofuel. After setting out the issues and interests of the valuation of this new alternative energy, we will explain how his technique
manufacturing. Then we will see what biochemical processes produce biogas. Finally, we will address the regulatory aspect of its production. The last part will be devoted to project management namely its conduct and analysis of any deviations.