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9. Bioenergy Atlas of Australia, Bureau of Rural Sciences, University of Adelaide, March 2004, http://adl.brs.gov.au/mapserv/biomass/index.phtml 10. Biofuels Taskforce, Report of the Biofuels Taskforce to the Prime Minister. Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, 2005, Australian Government, Canberra, Australia. 11. Bureau of Rural Sciences (BRS), http://www.daff.gov.au/brs/data-tools 12. CSIRO, Biofuels in Australia – issues and prospects, May 2007, http://www.rirdc.gov.au/reports/EFM/07-071.pdf 13. CSIRO, Biomass Database, http://www.det.csiro.au/science/energyresources/biomass.htm 14. Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), http://www.daff.gov.au 15. Foran, B. and Mardon, C., Beyond 2025: Transitions to a Biomass-Alcohol Economy Using Ethanol and Methanol. CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, Canberra, Australia. Report no. 99/07, 1999. 16. Forest & Wood Products Australia (FWPA), http://www.fwprdc.org.au/index.asp 17. Freudenberger, D., Cawsey, E. M., Stol, J. and West, P. W., Sustainable firewood supply in the Murray-Darling Basin. CSIRO Report to the Australian Department of Environment & Heritage. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia, 2004. 18. Higgins, P., Report for Grains Research and Development Corporation: Possibilities for biomass ethanol. Emergent Futures, Grains Research and Development Corporation, Canberra, Australia, 2006. 19. Kesteven, J, Landsberg, J & URS Australia, Developing a National Forest Productivity Model, National Carbon Accounting System Technical Report No. 23, Australian Greenhouse Office, 2004, http://www.greenhouse.gov.au/ncas/reports/pubs/tr23final.pdf 20. MBAC Consulting Pty Ltd., Potential wood flows, technical and scale issues and identification of sustainable management criteria. National Association of Forest Industries, Canberra. Report No. 3, 2004. 21. Odeh I, Tan D, Expanding Biofuel Production in Australia: Opportunities Beyond the Horizon. Farm Policy Journal 4, 29-39, May 2007. 22. Raison, R. J., Opportunities and Impediments to the Expansion of Forest Bioenergy in Australia. Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 30, Issue 12, 2006. 23. Rutovitz, J. and Passey, R. NSW Bioenergy Handbook. Mark Ellis & Associates, Sydney, Australia, 2004. 24. Taylor, J., Mann, R., Reilly, M., Warnken, M., Pincic, D. and Death, D., Recycling and end-of-life disposal of timber products. Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation, Melbourne, Australia. Project No. PN05.1017, 2005. 25

Brunei Darussalam Despite being a significant regional producer of oil and natural gas, Brunei Darussalam is considering diversifying its energy portfolio and following the global trend in search of alternative energy sources such as biofuels. No biomass resource assessment was identified at the time this survey took place. Statistical information on crop and forestry production in Brunei is provided annually by the Department of Agriculture and the Forestry Department (also includes monthly reports). Considering some general information on land use, however, it is unlikely that Brunei will produce biofuels feedstock domestically. The economy is more than 527,000 ha ­ about 2.3% (12,000 ha) is arable land and about 53% (278,000 ha) is forest. Rice production is low (only about 1,000 tonnes per year), and Brunei imports more than 80% of its requirements. Other crops grown, mostly for home consumption, include banana, sweet potato, cassava, coconut, pineapple, and vegetables. The timber industry is well established and the harvest volume is carefully controlled by the Forestry Department on a planned renewable basis. Timber production has been limited to just 100,000 cubic meters a year. The economy most likely will pursue overseas investments in feedstock production and import either the raw material or fuel. References 1. Department of Agriculture, accessed March 2008, http://www.agriculture.gov.bn/ 2. FAO, Food and Agriculture Indicators – Brunei Darussalam, November 2006, http://www.fao.org/ES/ess/compendium_2006/pdf/BRU_ESS_E.pdf 3. Forestry Department, accessed March 2008, http://www.forestry.gov.bn/ 26

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