Ethanol. The engine type or engine family shall, in addition, meet the requirements set out in paragraph 5.1.1. in respect of any other specified fuels, fuel mixtures or fuel emulsions included by a manufacturer in an application for type- approval and described in Annex 1 to this Regulation.
Ethanol. In the event that the Product is ethanol and is imported into the United States, Buyer warrants and covenants that all ethanol purchased hereunder will be discharged from the Vessel into a permitted distilled spirits plant (“DSP”) or an alcohol fuel plant (“AFP”), whether directly or via a U.S. Customs and Border Protection bonded warehouse. Upon discharge from the Vessel, the ethanol will not be taken to any other location other than a U.S. Customs and Border Protection bonded warehouse, DSP or AFP. If discharged into a U.S. Customs and Border Protection bonded warehouse, Buyer warrants that when the ethanol leaves such warehouse, it will be transferred from customs bond directly to a DSP or AFP. Buyer also warrants and covenants that it will comply with all Applicable Law administered by the U.S. Department of Treasury and Alcohol Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau in connection with the handling, importation and discharge of the Cargo. If the ethanol is not discharged from the Vessel in accordance with this “Ethanol” provision or Buyer breaches this warranty and covenant in any manner, Buyer shall indemnify, defend and hold Seller harmless from and against any and all losses, liabilities, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees), penalties, fines, fees and Taxes (including any interest or penalties imposed thereon), as a result of Buyer’s failure or breach.
Ethanol. In the thermochemical route, biomass is first converted by gasification, typically above 800 oC, into synthesis gas, which is thereafter conditioned and catalytically converted into ethanol. NREL considers indirect steam gasification for the conversion of woody biomass to ethanol (Xxxxx et al., 2010), and the syngas is then, cleaned, conditioned, and converted to mixed alcohols over a solid catalyst. Two more studies were used as sources for the current analysis that is , the study of Xxxxx et al., (2013) that inves- tigates ethanol from biomass via steam–air indirect circulating fluidized bed gasification (iCFBG) and subsequent catalytic synthesis and the study of Xxxxxxx et al., (2011) that is based on an entrained flow gasification conversion process. The initial installed capacity is assumed to be 200 MW. Market demand values were found for syngas (2024) and bioethanol, and these were used for setting CAGR values in Scenarios A and B, following the approach described above. It should be noted that the CAGR refers to the growth rate of bioethanol in general, including first generation production In Table 17, baseline scenario, Scenario A and Scenario B show that with the selected CAGR values the cumulative installed capacity in 2050 is 3.0 GW, 6.9 GW and 110 GW, respectively. Their corresponding scope for CAPEX reduction is 26%, 31% and 43%, respectively, except for the case of Dutta et al. (2010), where lower CAPEX reductions are presented. This is because of a more detailed decomposition of process steps into components in this case, thus reducing the relative importance of the more innova- tive steps, such as the gasifier technology in the gasification step, which affects the overall scope for CAPEX reduction (i.e., ranging in this case between 16% and 24%, moving from the baseline scenario to Scenario B, respectively). Scenario C is not presented in this case, since ethanol via biomass gasifica- tion was not part of the optimal mix for transportation fuels in the scenarios considered from WP6. Table 16 Parameters of the learning curve model for ethanol via biomass gasification. Technology Value Range Region Reference Learning rate (LR) Gasification step 0.05 0.05 The minimum value of LR, in accordance with D3.5 Alcohol synthesis 0.05 0.02 The minimum value of LR, in accordance with D3.5 Gasifier (in Gasifi- cation Step) 0.15 0.05 Value greater that 10% that is the aver- age according to Xxxx et al. (2018), In ac- cordance with D3.5 Cumulative in- st...
Ethanol. XXXXXXXX will sell all Ethanol produced by AEAF XXXXX to Kinergy or other ethanol purchasers designated by AEAF XXXXX (as to each, an “Ethanol Purchaser”) on one (1) day credit terms provided the Ethanol Purchaser meets XXXXXXXX’X credit and delivery requirements; it being agreed that Kinergy shall be deemed to meet such requirements only to the extent that AEAF XXXXX has delivered to JDH a guaranty in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Guaranty”). XXXXXXXX will purchase all Ethanol produced by AEAF XXXXX on a daily basis. XXXXXXXX will pay to AEAF XXXXX the same price as XXXXXXXX receives from the Ethanol Purchaser. All such sales to Kinergy as an Ethanol Purchaser will be on a “Next Day from Shipment” payment basis (i.e. payment will be due to XXXXXXXX for all Ethanol sold to Kinergy as the Ethanol Purchaser on the next business day after shipment).
Ethanol. The Royalty payable with respect to amounts directly or indirectly paid or owed to Xethanol by third parties for Ethanol which is produced using such Machines shall be *** until such time, if ever, as the provisions of Subsection 2.2 (“Exclusivity and Loss of Exclusivity”) shall apply and DDS shall appoint any third party to perform Lead-seeking services, in which case such Royalty payable thereafter shall be ***; and
Ethanol. HEISKELL will sell all Ethanol produced by AEAF XXXXX to Kinergy or other ethanol purchasers designated by AEAF XXXXX (as to each, an "Ethanol Purchaser") on [***] credit terms provided the Ethanol Purchaser meets XXXXXXXX'X credit and delivery requirements; it being agreed that Kinergy meets such requirements as of the date hereof. HEISKELL will purchase all Ethanol produced by AEAF XXXXX [***]. HEISKELL will pay to AEAF XXXXX [***]. All such sales to Kinergy as an Ethanol Purchaser will be on a [***]payment basis (i.e. payment will be due to Heiskell for all Ethanol sold to Kinergy as the Ethanol Purchaser [***] after shipment).
Ethanol. Subject to Article 3.3(b), production of ethanol (i) at the Additional Facilities and (ii) that is Excess Production at Paid Up Facilities will bear a running royalty equal to [***]. Such running royalty shall also be consideration for [***].
Ethanol. Pfizer undertakes to Purchaser to ensure that there is no ethanol at the Facility on the Closing Date and to the extent there is to maintain the Ethanol Bond at its own costs for the benefit of Purchaser until such time as this ethanol has been removed. In all circumstances Pfizer indemnify and keep indemnified on a continuing basis, Purchaser and all its Affiliates from all claims, liabilities, costs and expenses arising as a result of ethanol remaining at the Facility at the Closing Date.
Ethanol. Eco shall purchase 100% of the production of ethanol of NEDAK's plant on the following terms: