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7TH ANNUAL EVENT
WHERE THE BIOFUELS INDUSTRY MEETS TO DO BUSINESS
13 – 15 March 2012, Beurs-World Trade Center, Rotterdam
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Keynote Sessions Moderated by BBC Television Presenter and Journalist Jeremy Paxman
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260 THOUGHT LEADING SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Chief Executive Officer, BP Biofuels
Dr Robert Zubrin,
Author, Energy Victory
EUROPE’S LARGEST BIOFUELS CONGRESS & ExHIBITION
Chairman, Bank of America
Executive Director, Oxfam Novib
1500+ Attendees 600 Companies 260 World Class Speakers – 65+ CEOs 60+ Countries Represented 12 Streams of Valuable Content 2 Co-located Conferences 3 Day Exhibition
With Two Co-located Conferences:
Chief Executive Officer, BonSucro
Chief Commercial Officer Zeachem
Senior Vice President, Joule Unlimited
Director of Marketing, Europe, Neste Oil
Vice President, Gevo
Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
Chief Executive Officer, Mendel Biotechnology
General Partner, Flagship Ventures
Director of Biofuels & Regulations, TOTAL
Aviation Fuel Specialist, US Federal Aviation Administration
Vice President, Borregaard Industries
Assistant Director, International Air Transport Association
Organised by: Official Offset Partner: Part of the:
WORLD BIOFUELS MARKETS
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actively working for passage of H. She is a Governor on the Advisory Board of the International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World and a founder of Bridging the Gulf. food systems and global trade What steps need to be taken to counteract the external influences on a global bioeconomy Food vs. Hailed by leading energy security expert Gal Luft as “a vitally important book about the most critical issue we face today”.coleman@greenpowerconferences.Email: samantha. Philip New. CH2MHill. Serves on the Board of Directors of Deere & Co. as of 2008. an aerospace R&D company. which outlines his view that if Congress passed a law requiring all new cars sold in the United States to be flexible fueled. moderated by BBC Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman. the Climate Works Foundation. Dr. Farah Karimi has ample experience in the field of international co-operation and human rights. Dr.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: Very informative conference tightly targeted to my needs. • • • Sort the wheat from the chaff: what are the true facts and figures surrounding this debate? Understand what the biofuels industry is looking to achieve re: waste. to allow key figureheads in the industry to give their viewpoints and debate in real time. Since 1989 he has anchored BBC Newsnight. through its joint venture Tropical Bioenergia. an international nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering the exploration and settlement of Mars by both public and private means. BP is a leading player in the global biofuels market undertaking biofuels blending. with Q&A from the audience throughout. research and technology development – and aims to shape this emerging industry. oil price volatility.com . Executive Director. Mr Paxman presents highlights from the domestic edition of Newsnight on BBC America and BBC World. the Middle Eastern human security foundation. DuPont established its mission to achieve sustainable growth: increasing shareholder and societal value while decreasing the company’s environmental footprint. Since joining BP from Oxford University in 1983. She came to Europe as political refugee from Iran in 1983. In the Netherlands she studied Policy and Governance of International Organisations. he holds a Masters degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics and a Ph. Philip has worked across BP in roles in Europe and Asia. DuPont Chairman of the Board. sustainability and demand. including Energy Victory: Winning the War on Terror by Breaking Free of Oil. BP Biofuels Philip New has led BP’s Biofuels business since its inception in 2006. Recently BP became the first international energy company to invest in the Brazilian sugarcane ethanol market. the golden milestone of 2020 will have been and gone. Co-chair of the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Group on Sustainable Energy for All. Zubrin is also the author of seven books. the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University. 4 Register today . yet there is still disquiet over the impact they are having on food stocks. the Open Fuel Standard Act of 2011. Dr Zubrin now works closely with Open Fuels Standard Coalition. the London Times. CNN. Zubrin is known internationally as one of the most creative engineers working in the aerospace industry today.5 billion in biofuels business operations and research efforts to develop the technologies. and many other publications. including the acquisition of Burmah-Castrol in 2000 and the extraction of activities from Mobil in Europe. that must be overcome to get to a commercial scale industry? How can the biofuels industry ensure continual investment. 1998-2008. The Washington Post. we will host a fully interactive debate. Bank of America Corporation. feedstocks and processes required to produce advanced biofuels. (”Grow”) In 2009 and 2010 Farah Karimi was chair of the SHO (Samenwerkende Hulp Organisaties). *Further keynote speakers to be confirmed . BP has announced investments of more than $1.45 Transitioning to a Global Bio-economy 10. It is also developing advanced biofuels. Chairman. The New York Times. He has interviewed many prominent figures. production. Energy Victory Dr. Morning Keynote Plenary Sessions 08. where she focused on development cooperation. He is also the founder and President of the Mars Society. a coalition of 10 Dutch NGO’s working together on Humanitarian Aid. Under his direction. such as former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. This session will incorporate Government and Commercial viewpoints to look at these factors. Robert Zubrin is President of Pioneer Astronautics. Farah Karimi. Bank of America. Before moving to head up BP’s Biofuels activities he led the team that laid down BP’s core fuels product strategy and which developed and launched BP’s highly successful premium fuel – BP Ultimate – in 15 countries around the world. and has received several prestigious awards such as the “TV Journalism Presenter of the Year” awards in both 2002 and 2007. as a consultant for the UN organisation UNDP. Chief Executive Officer. defense and European affairs.15 There are a huge number of external factors that affect our transition to a global bioeconomy. public buy in and Governmental support? • Robert Zubrin. She is a member of the board of trustees of VPRO (a Dutch broadcasting organisation) and the board of trustees of IDH (Dutch Sustainable Trade Initiative). He played a central role in the creation of BP’s lubricants business.D. Since 2006. Past Chair of the Board of The Business Council. and has been a member for the Green Left of the Lower House of Parliament for more than eight years. published by Prometheus Books in November 2007.00 Chad Holliday. Oxfam Novib Since February 2008 Farah Karimi is the Executive Director of Oxfam Novib and member of the Oxfam International Board. Fuel: The Global Debate Continues 11. • • • A closer look at trade and policy issues and the impact these are having on transitioning to a global bio-economy Understand the interaction between energy policies. and biobutanol – an advanced fuel molecule. Extremely well organised and well attended by industry leaders providing valuable insight and analysis Codexis Morning Keynote Plenary Sessions Moderated By Jeremy Paxman Jeremy Paxman is an award-winning English journalist. Member of the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. climate change. and the Council on Competitiveness. by investing in capability and capacity growth. In 2007 Farah Karimi was involved in the capacity building of the Afghan parliament. building strategic relationships and demonstrating leadership in sustainability. second generation Hear from biofuels detractors about their real issues with the industry and what they would like to see in the future In 10 years. He has worked for the BBC since 1977 and is the presenter of Newsnight and University Challenge. 1687. and what we can do to ensure the future of a global bioeconomy. and he and his work on aerospace and energy have been the subject of much favourable press coverage in The Economist. The Boston Globe. a nightly current affairs investigative programme and. As a delegate you will also have your say. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Washington. Catalyst. and went on to manage BP’s business-to-business sales and marketing operations in Europe and North America. foreign affairs. the lack of a unified global policy. Formerly a Staff Engineer at Lockheed Martin Astronautics in Denver. Newsweek.check the website for updates Evening Keynote Address 19.45 Blue Skies: The Future of the Biofuels Industry Biofuels have been commercially used in some regions for up to 20 years.R. the goals we are working towards will have been achieved…or not? What milestones are looming and what stands in our way to reaching the global 2020 goals and beyond? • • The Year 2022: Where can we expect to be in 10 years? What recent developments show how the industry is progressing? What major challenges remain in place. OPEC's control on the entire world's transportation fuel supply would be vastly diminished. This year Oxfam is running a campaign with partners and allies in 45 countries to enhance food security for all in a resource constrained world. For the first time. Fortune Magazine. Former Chair & Chief Executive Officer. Author. author and television presenter. Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of DuPont. pricing and poverty. and the National Geographic Education Foundation. Royal Dutch Shell. including lignocellulosic ethanol made from non-food feedstocks.
IPO case studies • Investment opportunities and government incentives David Berry. Coolfin Partnership 18.00 Networking Coffee Break 16. Partner.00 Networking Lunch Break 14. Senior Market Analyst. Executive Director.00 Book today at www. Weyerhaeuser Solutions 15. Ulrich Kettling. ERB Brasil Marvin Ray Risco. LMC International 17. Green Chemistry and Bioenergy. Managing Director. Former Chair & Chief Executive Officer.30 Networking Refreshment Break 16. Director. Research Coordinator.00 Keynote: Towards an Integrated Chemicals Market • Understand what is driving policy for biobased chemicals in the US. Sustainability & Product Safety. Copernicus Institute 12. Managing Director. Senior Research Economist. NNFCC Hasso von Pogrell. Sofinnova Partners yvon Durant. China and India? • The role of the Utility in terms of demand and as catalysts to the market • Securing your biomass supplies: how to design an effective procurement strategy and how this differs from coal or gas • Global Outlook: what does the future hold for torrefied biomass or pellets outside of Europe? • Economics: Demystifying the mass and energy balance of torrefaction – why is there so much confusion? • Supply: Is there enough torrified material being produced to supply large scale facilities? Robin Zwart. biological conversions Samhitha Udupa. EnBW 10. Bernhard Graeber.Development of feedstock technology . Oxfam Novib 13. President & Chief Executive Officer.00 Sean Ebnet. Gevo Dr. Bank of America. Fuel: The Global Debate Continues • Sort the wheat from the chaff: what are the true facts and figures surrounding this debate Farah Karimi. Coordinator Research Energy Supply and System Studies.45 Chairman's Opening Address 09. Arizona Chemical 10.30 10. food systems and global trade Dr. Business Development.30 Close of Day One Networking Drinks Reception Wednesday.00 Networking Drinks Reception 19. General Partner. Henkel AG & Co 16.30 Networking Refreshment Break 11. President and Chief Executive Officer.Consolidating industrial partners .com 5 . Oxfam Novib 11. Forth Energy Finn Norman Jensen. DONG Energy Gavin Maxwell.30 Where is the Bio-based Chemicals Market Heading? The End User Perspective • Where will the energy debate lead organisations and their markets? . EU and Asia • Key trends leading towards commercialisation and IPO status . 13 March: Day One 08. carbon policy and GHG lifecycle assessment across supply chain • Understand the development of differing sustainability approaches • Biomass Electricity GHG lifecycles – where are the opportunities for further cost-effective reductions? • Understand the affect that biomass removal has on water quality. ZeaChem Peter Shepard.15 Keynote Session: Food vs. Vice President of Biofuels Trading.00 • Global Outlook: what projects are coming on line in the next 3-5 years? • How can the global supply chain meet the demand from the EU. Senior Vice President. Head of Market Trading. General Manager. Investment Manager. Sustainability Policy Director. the significant reduction in EU base load power and the creation of demand for biomass • Scaling Up Market Update: an overview of key upcoming project activity and developments • Developing trade and market instruments – can biomass ever be a traded commodity? Keynote Session: Transitioning to a Global Bioeconomy 08.Can these chemicals demand a premium? • Life Cycle assessment: How advantageous are bio-based chemicals vs.The retrofit of existing plants • The role of synthesis gas and organic acids • Feedstocks directly from CO2 and hydrogen .00 Networking Refreshment Break Jorrit Hachmer. Davy Process Technology 18. Global Marketing Manager. Vice President. Head of Materials for Energy and Industry. Sarah Hickingbottom. 14 March: Day Two 08. food systems and global trade Robert Zubrin. Itaconix Michael Rosenberg. Chairman. 14 March: Day Two 08. Flagship Ventures William Lese. GDF Suez Polska Fredrik Bodecker.Using catalytic reactions vs.00 • The effect of nuclear power phase out.Better use of bio-based materials .How will the selection of different biochemicals be decided? . John Williams. Chief Commercial Officer.45 Chairman's Opening Address 17.15 3rd Annual Sustainable Biofuels Awards What Are Chemical Companies and End Users Looking For From Bio-based Chemical Partners? 16. Braemar Energy Ventures Josko Bobanovic. Director.Incorporation into end products • Potential for global collaboration: Identifying partnership opportunities and cross cluster development Anna Holmberg. Managing Director. Frank Roland Schroeder. Principal. Head of Molecular Biotechnology Süd-Chemie Robert Walsh. Achim Marx. Associate Professor.30 Networking Refreshment Break • What factors affect the decision to invest in certain technologies? • Existing partnerships and how they have developed • Future priorities and market expectations Dr. Michael-Jean Nettersheim. Director Marketing & Sales Europe.00 Evening Keynote Address Chad Holliday. habitats.00 The Future of Cogeneration • How Combined Heat and Power can increase output and maximise resources • Gasification and pyrolysis – getting from demonstration to commercial scale • The next step: converting coal-fired power stations to burn only biomass Finance & Investment: Entrepreneurs Forum 16. Vice President.45 • A closer look at trade and policy issues and the impact these are having on transitioning to a global bio-economy • Understand the interaction between energy policies. Bio-Economy. Electrabel (GDF SUEZ Energy NL) Peter Rechberger.30 Networking Lunch Break Calum Wilson. Regulatory Affairs. Topell Energy 16. Global Business Services.30 • Opening up a dialogue between project developers and corporate financiers • Understand the impact that lack of certainty over regulation and commodity risk is having on investment • Hear from key investment companies re: what they look for when analysing the credibility of biomass projects Robert Zadora.worldbiofuelsmarkets. Circa Group Bogdan Comanita. Evening Keynote Address Chad Holliday. Chief Executive Officer. CLIB 2021 Dr. ECN Neal Gutterson.30 Networking Refreshment Break 11.30 Future Proof Feedstocks • Utilising underused resources and waste streams: . Director.45 Wood-to-Biopower Generation • Supply and demand: The real market potential from timber-derived products for biopower generation • Competition or Coexistence between the biomass and forest products industry • Understand the key challenges for the long term supply of wood for biomass Keynote Session: Transitioning to a Global Bioeconomy • A closer look at trade and policy issues and the impact these are having on transitioning to a global bio-economy • Understand the interaction between energy policies.Overcoming technology and market challenges in supply chain development . Codexis 15.00 Networking Lunch Break 14.00 Beyond Carbon Policy & Sustainability • Update on sustainability. AkzoNobel Dr. Leitheiser. RWE Emilio Rietmann.15 Keynote Session: Food vs. Manager Sustainability Projects. Bioindustrials. Director of New Business.45 Opening Keynote: An Outlook for 2012 and Beyond 09. Managing Director. OPx Biotechnology Kelly Ogilvie. petrochemicals? • Industry led bio-based mandates Dr.00 Registration and Welcome Coffee 08.00 Registration and Welcome Coffee 08. Director.00 Welcome Coffee 08. President and James V. Chairman. Drax Richard van den Broek. Europe. Novomer Dr. PennAkem Mike Knauf. Andritz 13.Overcoming the technology vs. RWE Supply and Trading Maarten Gnoth.15 Networking Refreshment Break 11. Executive Director. Vice President.15 3rd Annual Sustainable Biofuels Awards Torrefaction: The Turning Point for The Biomass Industry Building a Secure Global Biomass Supply Chain 14. increasing demand from the US and Canada. Consultant. Head of Biomass Downstream Asset Development.00 What Bio-based Chemical Products are in the Pipeline? • Drop in and novel bio-chemicals • Efficient use of 1st and 2nd generation feedstocks Glenn Johnston. Author.00 Networking Drinks Reception 19. Research Analyst. Author.30 Close of Day One Networking Drinks Reception Wednesday. Director of Renewable Energies & International Climate Projects. Blue Marble Biomaterials 12. Lux Research Senior Representative. European Bioplastics Association Dr. Warwick Raverty. Head of UK Biomass.30 Networking Lunch Break 14.Gold Sponsor: Gold Sponsors: Silver Sponsor: Silver Sponsors: Tuesday. Fuel: The Global Debate Continues • Sort the wheat from the chaff: what are the true facts and figures surrounding this debate Farah Karimi. Mendel Biotechnology Ewout Maaskant. BASF Venture Capital Peter Nieuwenhuizen. Vattenfall Neil Bailey. Chief Executive Officer. Bank of America. DuPont 19. Future Proof Supply Chains. European Pellet Council Andre Faaij. Chief Scientist.00 Making the Leap from Pilot to Commercial Product • Successful routes to scaling up . Group Environment Strategy.00 Welcome Coffee Tuesday. market risk barrier: Making technology cost effective . Heidelberg Cement Karine Culerier. Npower Renewables DuPont 19. biodiversity and socio economic considerations Robert Zubrin. Business Development. Energy Victory Bernard Mathieu. Energy Victory 10. 13 March: Day One 08. Vice-President. Former Chair & Chief Executive Officer.
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000 people and operate a network of over 1.5 billion in biofuels research. Haldor Topsøe has developed process design and catalysts for virtually all areas of hydroprocessing and our products are in operation in plants worldwide. the Süd-Chemie Group. dust and/or agricultural byproducts. We hold a leading position in Chemicals. With Topsoe’s HydroFlex™ catalysts and technology. Codexis products improve the lives of millions of people every day.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: The WBM conference is a big opportunity to meet a lot of important people from the renewable energy market and have a lot of really high quality discussions and meetings Endress + Hauser Join our 2012 Sponsors Principal Sponsor: BP Biofuels is a leading global biofuels player and since 2006 has announced investments of more than $1. We have in-depth knowledge and experience of all aspects of the logistics chain of many commodities. In October 2009. Clean fuels based on renewable feeds are an important element in meeting the energy requirements of the future. Silver Sponsors: ADM . Headquartered in Milwaukee. Arizona Chemicals is the world’s leading biorefiner of pine chemicals.000 people in 90 countries around the world. We manage our company according to clear-cut methods of state-of-the-art value management. oilfield and mining The Boeing Company builds some of the most environmentally progressive airplanes in the world and directly contributes to making commercial aviation among the most fuel efficient modes of transportation. roadmarking. Rockwell Automation. listed. verification.000 employees. where biotechnologists are investigating applications of biotechnology to energy. makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable.000 people serving customers in more than 80 countries Süd-Chemie is a highly-innovative. The ANDRITZ group holds technology for production of biomass pellets from log intake to finished pellets. Beside our market leadership in climate change projects and renewable energy certification.9 billion in 2010 and employs around 5.500 employees. we strengthen our customers‘ competitiveness all over the world. Gevo is committed to a sustainable biobased economy that meets society’s needs for plentiful food and clean air and water. certification and training. academia and governments to further reduce the industry’s environmental footprint through technology driven solutions such as air traffic modernization and commercialisation of low-carbon sustainable biofuel for aviation. quality. has been delivering cuttingedge technology to the petroleum refining. We are an industrial biotechnology company delivering real business results through biobased innovation in chemicals. 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Gevo is converting existing ethanol plants into biorefineries to make renewable building block products for the chemical and fuel industries. With our core services of consulting. and arranging innovative customer-financing options. JOil (S) Pte Ltd is a joint venture of Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory.000 people. high-quality traffic fuels. biofuels. Arizona Chemical. five representative Offices and two Research Centers around the globe.nesteoil. (NySE:ROK). Tata Chemicals.com Gold Sponsors: Established in 1930. specialty chemicals company headquartered in Munich. We refine and upgrade Crude Tall Oil (CTO) and Crude Sulphate Turpentine (CST). It systematically exploits the potential offered by fast-growing regions. petrochemicals and major manufacturing industries for almost 100 years. which employs more than 159. Evonik is an international industrial group with a workforce of about 39. The by-products are mainly in the fats and oil category. talented and innovative workforces anywhere in the world. Boeing. We focus on three strategic areas: producing biofuels from the best feedstocks available today. Wis. represented at more than 600 locations worldwide. feedstocks derived from a wide range of biomass and waste materials can be processed into fuel. For further information: www. production (including micro propagation) and sale of elite Jatropha seedlings for large scale cultivation. including agricultural products. has 10 production sites. testing. ANDRITZ FEED & BIOFUEL designs solutions based on highly advanced key machinery for biomass pelleting. into specialty chemicals used in an extensive range of applications and products across diverse industrial and consumer markets.. TÜV SÜD is the quality leader of biomass certification according to the new EU sustainability criteria.. Inc. The Company plans to convert renewable raw materials into isobutanol and renewable hydrocarbons that can be directly integrated on a “drop in” basis into existing chemical and fuel products to deliver environmental and economic benefits. Complete system solutions for pelleting based on wet and/or green wood chips. certification and risk management specialist with a global presence. Topsøe’s expertise offers integrated solutions including reactor internals. a Honeywell company. The company had net sales of EUR 11.2 billion euros. Leer and Mainz. but solids and powders are also handled as long as the supplier industry is handling biological rawmaterial. BioGasol is a world leading Danish technology provider of lignocellulosic bioethanol process and is supplier of proprietary pretreatment and C5 fermentation systems. The UOP Renewable Energy & Chemicals business focuses on development and commercialization of technology to convert biologically-derived materials into valuable fuels and chemicals. genetically-modified seedlings research and Jatropha consulting services MBP Group provides services of by-product collection to a number of industries. With corporate offices in Chicago.000 and activities all over the world. Boeing is working collaboratively with industry. minerals and chemicals. Forest Footprint Disclosure (FFD) has ranked Neste Oil as the best performer in the oil & gas sector. MBP provides focus and expertice and functions as a supply chain for industries that prefer to focus on their core products. the World Refining Association named BP Biofuels as Biofuels Corporation of the Year. TÜV SÜD is an internationally leading technical service provider with over 14. rubber. fuel additives. testing and certification company. including Brazilian sugar cane. headquarted in Jacksonville. process design and detailed reactor engineering. notably in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.A leading biodiesel producer in Europe Our Company is a world-wide leading producer of biodiesel and ethanol. ADM’s biodiesel production facilities in Germany are located in Hamburg. catalysts. Today. The systems will be tailored to meet clients’ actual requirements. more efficient members of its commercial airplane family. Peterson Control Union Group is a logistics. with a focus on long-lasting value creation and profitable growth. Toyota Tsusho and other investors. BP has also committed $500 million over 10 years in the Energy Bioscience Institute. the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information. The company produces a comprehensive range of major petroleum products and is the world's leading supplier of renewable diesel.250 offices and laboratories around the world. Neste Oil's share is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. For high-quality product and consistent supply. The company is included in The Global 100 list of the world's most sustainable corporations. Core business activities include breeding and agronomic R&D. which can help biofuels to break through the blend wall. creating advanced technology solutions. SGS is recognised as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. which we are ready to commercialise towards clients and partners developing bold-on and greenfield bioethanol and biochemical plants. SGS is a leading provider of comprehensive solutions across the biofuels supply chains UOP LLC. pharmaceuticals. coatings. Call +44 (0)20 3384 6211 or +44 (0)20 3355 4224 for information on how to sponsor 7 . Its broad range of capabilities includes creating new. has a long-standing tradition of aerospace leadership and innovation. UOP offers technology to produce drop-in Green Diesel and Green Jet Fuel as well as fuel for renewable power and heat made from biomass waste. gas processing. Partners include global leaders such as Shell. With its two divisions of Adsorbents and Catalysts. and our proven process for quality assurance combined with our integrated global distribution network ensure reliable product delivery throughout Europe and the world. grading material. fuels. Boeing represents one of the most diverse. raw materials that are naturally derived from pine trees. As part of its commitment to technological excellence. as well as of the upstream oil and gas industry. generates total sales of almost 1.
Early Confirmed Exhibitors: A105 A201 A301 A401 B201 B203 B302 B303 B304 C102 C103 C201 C203 C301 C302 D101 D201 D203 D303 D402 D403 E101 E202 E204 E206 E303 E403 F103 F203 BP Codexis Centre of Expertise Program (OSKE) Evonik Argus Media Davy Process Technology SGS Green Power Conferences J. the best attended and has the highest quality of people Pangea 8 Book today at www.Wiley B303 B202 B301 C101 LMC A402 B304 SGS B302 C102 Süd-Chemie Evonik D A401 C305 Arizona Chemical C203 C204 Rockwell Automation C C201 C202 Peterson Control Union Group This is the place to be. Ideal for sales presentations.Wiley LMC DEKRA Rockwell Automation Süd-Chemie Arizona Chemical Peterson Control Union Group Port of Ghent (Belgium) Neste Oil BioGasol Saybolt Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels Intertek CLUSTER IAR . It’s the largest event. it is hard to find anything similar Pöyry C301 Neste Oil Biobased Chemicals Networking Zone A dedicated networking zone for attendees of the Biobased Chemicals co-located conference and other attendees with an interest in this sector C302 D201 BioGasol Saybolt C401 D303 Intertek D203 A I need to congratulate you on this year's conference.worldbiofuelsmarkets. As a networking event. well done.com . market education and product demonstrations. Refreshment and Networking Points Distributed around the exhibition hall providing high traffic focus points for informal meetings and networking REGISTRATI ENTRAN A103 A104 BP A105 Codexis A102 A201 A202 OSKE Davy Process Technology A301 A302 Green Power Conferences B203 B204 Argus Media B201 J.FRENCH BIOFUELS DELEGATION TÜV SÜD UOP/Envergent Tech Silexport Andritz Hygear JOil Gelsenkraft Exhibitor Showcase A unique opportunity to deliver product and service related information to a group of WBM attendees. Good job. press releases. One of the few conferences that will keep receiving our full support ePure D302 Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels D301 Hygear D403 D402 E502 D401 E501 E602 E403 E402 E401 Lunch Zones Distributed around the Exhibition Hall creating locations where people gather and network E601 WBM has always been our major event partner.
the right level of key opinion leaders. It’s large. a lot of partnerships Codexis DEKRA Port of Ghent C103 D101 IAR E101 TO MAIN AUDITORIUM you have the right people here.Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600 9 . people at the right level of decision making.com Book today .Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: Meeting Service The location where sponsors can get Green Power's assistance in making those valuable introductions Press area BioPower Village BP11 BP09 BP10 BP15 BP13 BP14 ION DESK NCE An area for press conferences and for journalists to report live. the amount of networking that goes on is incredible BP Biofuels Internet and Online Networking Zone Computers available with internet connection and access to WBM Online Networking Tool Secure the best exhibition and sponsorship opportunities now Jason Taylor on Tel: +44 (0)20 3384 6211 Email: jason. Racks are provided for exhibitors and sponsors to leave press releases and press packs. to improve networking skills and the ability to influence others you get everybody in one place. it’s going to require a lot of deals. quality attendees. It is absolutely a mustattend event British Airways BP02 BP03 BP08 BP06 BP07 BP01 3 MAIN AUDITORIUM A101 Networking Skills Zone High energy 15 minute sessions held throughout the day.com Chris Lewis on Tel: +44 (0)20 3355 4224 Email: chris. So it really does kill two birds with one stone. it’s quality time. WBM is one of the dates in the calendar that we always firstname.lastname@example.org@greenpowerconferences. the right legislators. It is absolutely the biggest biofuels event in the industry. where you can also meet with all the individual stake holders. these are the people who make the strategies for the future SBAE Industries UOP/ Envergent Tech E204 Silexport E201 TÜV SÜD JOil F101 F102 E203 E206 E202 F103 Andritz F201 E205 Gelsenkraft E303 F203 E301 E302 F202 It’s very important for us to be here. it’s a fantastic meeting place. Biofuels are not going to be done by one company in isolation.
future prospects. Cathay Pacific Airlines 15.30 Networking Drinks Reception Sustainability. 13 March Aviation Since WBM 2011 took place the aviation sector has progressed in leaps and bounds.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: WBM is a great platform for networking within the biofuels community. Head of Environmental Affairs UK / New Energy. Sustainable Development. Chief Executive Officer.00 10. 09. Americas.00 Networking Lunch Break sponsored by: A Focus on Cellulosic Ethanol • The value proposition for cellulosic biofuels in comparison to other renewable fuels • Catalysing the global production of cellulosic ethanol: partnering for success • A closer look at developments happening in the building blocks of cellulosic ethanol • How to overcome the issues of biorefinery finance. Sales Manager. US Federal Aviation Administration Mark Watson. Vice President of Regulatory Affairs. TÜV SÜD Frank van der Velden. please check the website for updates 12. Regional Manager. Environmental Affairs. feedstock and enzyme costs Markus Rarbach.30 14. Boeing Robert Sturtz. public perception and sustainability Speakers to be confirmed. Haldor Topsøe The Tipping Point: Progress & Perspectives on Commercialisation • Global updates and success stories on routes that are now flying with biofuel blends • Industrialise the production of biofuels to make it more affordable for commercial purposes • What key challenges lay ahead for the industry pushing the use of biofuels out even further? Darrin Morgan. TMO Renewables Bob Walsh. Managing Director of Strategic Sourcing. Refinery Technologies R&D. Europe. 09.30 Networking Lunch Break sponsored by: 10. Joule Unlimited Glenn Johnston. Director Customer Solutions. commercialisation and scaling up existing bio jet fuel usage. Aviation Fuel Specialist.30 16. IATA Certification Schemes Update • Hear from the EU Approved Certification Schemes regarding the assessment process and their experience • Analyse variations in the schemes and the implications of this as increasing numbers are accepted by the Commission • The practicalities of certifying your biofuels production processes and the future of the market as the certification scheme programme increases in scale David Glenister.00 11.30 14.00 15.Email: samantha.com . Finnair 12. Control Union 17. General Manager. Süd-Chemie Hamish Curran.00 Networking Refreshment Break Industry Case Studies: Do you Meet the Criteria? • Hear from companies that have met the criteria of the approved certification scheme to gain a deeper understanding of practicalities of being assessed by the scheme • Understand the challenges of the approval process.30 Networking Drinks Reception Advanced Biofuels The future of our industry lies with advanced biofuels. Vice President. man-power and logistical demands of the certification scheme • The impact of certification on product demand. Senior Vice President. Certification & iLUC The Sustainability and iLUC conference will take a closer look at the recently approved certification schemes and how they're working in practice as well as an update on the environmental impact of biofuels including iLUC developments and sustainability policy. Egeberg. Chief Commercial Officer. UOP. Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels Igor Dormuth. Vice-President Bioenergy Marketing & Business Development. Head of Environmental Affairs. Vice President of Market Development. consolidated bioprocessing fuels and other solar fuels Troy Campione. Director. Chief Executive Officer. Director Environmental Strategy. CAAFI Thomas Roetger. a Honeywell Company on behalf of Envergent Technologies LLC 12. UOP. Meo Carbon Solutions GmbH / ISCC Matthew Rudolf. Sales Manager. Neste Oil Jim Woodger.30 16. SGS Nick Goodall. Neste Oil Poul Ruben Andersen. International Biofuels Sustainability Expert. ZeaChem 10. including time scale. Marketing. however some challenges remain. Assistant Director. please check the website for updates Keynote: CEO Industry Perspective • 2011: The year of the IPO – what can we expect from the industry in 2012 and beyond? • Understand key development plans focusing on commercialisation and product diversity • The key importance of partnerships to build out operations Speakers to be confirmed. Novozymes Rasmus G. Jan M Henke. Vice President. United Airlines Paul Nash.30 11. a Honeywell Company 17. Head of Biocatalysts.00 Networking Lunch Break sponsored by: Aviation Fuel Production • How can new energy crops be harvested effectively to supply the aviation market? • Hear from agronomists and experts on which feedstocks are leading the way regionally • Which production technologies are available to increase yield & improve cost effectiveness? • Understand which conversion processes are suitable for developing aviation fuel Kaisa Hietala.00 Networking Refreshment Break Policy and Sustainability • Get the latest updates on sustainability aviation fuel policies and standards • What are the steps required to support the development of sustainable aviation fuels? • Managing conflict between feedstock transparency to prove sustainability and proprietary sourcing relationships Mark Rumizen.00 Networking Refreshment Break Hot Technologies & Processes • Updates from industry leaders with truly innovative advances in biofuels production & processes • Hear about alternative pathways to extracting oil from ligno-cellulosic feedstocks • Understand production issues for ‘drop in’ email@example.com Scale Up & Commercialisation • Key components needed in a business plan to get to commercialisation • Understand the role that partnerships play in getting to commercial scale • Financial considerations – strategies for creating and sustaining value for key investors Anders Jensen. 09. Air Transport Association Steering Committee.30 Networking Refreshment Break 10 Book today . BonSucro Dr. Gevo Jim Woodger.30 11. and with a year of IPOs things are looking positive. BioGasol Magnus Fagerstedt. Certifications and Sustainability Manager. Airbus Kati Ihamaki. The Advanced Biofuels conference will give you key insights into the success stories but also give necessary coverage into the hurdles to overcome. This session will bring together the entire value chain to discuss certification. fuel incentives and production among many other key areas for this industry. Director. The good quality of sessions and high level of the attendees is exactly what we are looking for in an event like this Süd-Chemie Day One – Tuesday. Carbon Management Service.00 Networking Refreshment Break Fuel Incentives and Pricing • A perspective on bridging the gap between production economics and policy – is it preferable and feasible to have a harmonised global system? • Global pricing mechanisms re: incentives and flying in and out of various jurisdictions – how will this work between US RFS system and EU RED systems for example? • Can differing country incentives counteract or complement each other? Nancy young. with many major airlines doing successful test flights on biofuels and some now using a blend of biofuel and kerosene on regular flight routes.
Managing Director.00 11.30 16. Head of Biomass & Biogas. Chief Executive Officer. AgrenNewEnergy 17.30 14. Partner. JOil Thilo Zelt.00 Networking Refreshment Break What Investors Look for in a Sound Bioenergy Investment • Understand which developments in 2011 were of most interest to financiers and isolate the trends that concern or encourage the financial community • How to avoid key risks highlighted during the first generation build-out. Head of Group.An Analysis of Success • Analysis of successful IPOs and what can be learned from others • The role of multi-product business models in the future of biofuels investment: do they present the more attractive prospect? • Analyse current IPOs and what they demonstrate regarding investors' appetite for biofuels William Lese.00 15. NFU 17. and production potential • Compare and debate the implications of indirect land use of biofuels compared with fossil fuels • Update on the iLUC model and the latest research on its actual extent Alex Nevill. BNDES Jos B. Sofinnova Partners 17. Professor. We'll also look at the broader economics of the biofuels market in 2012 and beyond. Chairman and Founder. Associate Professor. negative legacy and external factors in the energy industry and the economy as a whole • Update on the latest economic forecasts for oil prices and commodities indexes • A look at price volatility in biofuels feedstocks and effect on the market to forecast future trends Joe Dewhurst.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: It is important for us to be here as it is an excellent venue to meet up with industry leaders. Global & European Chemicals Analyst. General Manager – Strategy & Marketing. Department of Energy. Peeters.worldbiofuelsmarkets. Strategist Renewable Resources. 09.30 14. Principal. Agronomy Manager. such as hedging feedstock rising cost and how to secure robust off take agreements • How to attract strategic investors to ensure the right mix of skillsets for success Mauricio Neves. Life Cycle Assessment & Modelling.00 Networking Refreshment Break Harvesting & Supply Chain Management • Learn how strengthening communication between fuel/energy and farming sector can lead to a more streamlined harvest for both parties • How can sustainable agricultural systems be modified such as greater adoption of no-till cropping? • How can collection and delivery of agricultural residues be improved? Lucy Hopwood. Flagship Ventures Josko Bobanovic. while also catching up on cutting edge developments in both the biofuel and biobased industries Dyadic 14. Waterland International 10. Jatropha Africa William Nolten. President. Policy Unit . Capricorn Venture Partners Brook Porter.00 Networking Lunch break sponsored by: The Project Finance Market – Is it Open for Biofuels? • Hear which trends are resonating with investors and top investment ideas • Understand the upstream investment opportunities in the bioenergy value chain • What project financing is available and what’s the best approach to access it? Vishal Shah. Policy Analyst. President. Agentschap 15.30 16. Federal Environment Ministry Mariangela Rebuá de Andrade Simões. Director.30 Networking Drinks Reception 12. Project Co-ordinator. Braemar Energy Ventures David Berry. Executive Director. Datagro Harry Boyle. Jatropha Alliance Ohene Akoto.00 Networking Refreshment Break The Latest Research and Debate on iLUC • The outcome of the Commission’s report and the key take away messages • A realistic assessment of GHG default values from RED: abatement potential. Green Chemistry and Bioenergy. Deputy Director. and on the many successful IPOs we've seen this year and their implications for the future of the industry. Partner. Director of Business Development. Biograce. Deutsche Bank Book today at www. NNFCC Ruth Digby. the Finance and Investment conference will focus on financing scale-up. EMPA Katharina Umpfenbach.30 16.30 Networking Drinks Reception 10. Shell Bruce Dale. Bloomberg New Energy Finance Justin Sherrard. Burrill & Co Philippe Marchand. Ministry of External Relations (Brazil) Hans de Waal. drivers.30 11. update on crops being trialled Spencer Swayze. Ministry of Environment (Netherlands) John Neeft. Chief Executive Officer. Chromatin Tania de Grave-Curado. Owner. Ceres Daphne Preuss. Managing Director.30 Networking Drinks Reception Energy Crops This key session will bring together bioenergy plant experts and agronomists to look at developing plant science and feedstock system development for a new range of energy rich feedstocks for biofuels.30 Networking Refreshment Break Finance and Investment A critical area for all biofuels projects. UBS Plinio Nastari. Transport & Environment (T&E) Andre Faaij.00 Water and Plant Technology • The water debate: Is a super powered energy crop possible with less water? • Discuss innovative ways to develop sustainable water use strategies for bioenergy developments • How biotechnology can assist energy crops to be manipulated to create greater yields. Kleiner Perkins Roger Wyse.00 Updates and Developments in Sustainability Policy • What is the future of sustainability for first and next generation biofuels? • Will future sustainability programmes be focused on decarbonisation or quota achievement? • Greenhouse gas savings and their role in future strategy • Assessing policy and the best-case scenarios that would ensure a more sustainable but economically viable biofuels industry Rainer Zah. Copernicus Institute ‘Real’ Sustainable Energy Crops • A closer look at land diversification and allocation for increased sustainability and efficiency • Factors to consider when planning for best available cropping solution per region • Modifications and crops approved as sustainable. Policy Officer. University of Michigan Nusa Urbancic.Energy Branch. 09.com 11 . Biofuels. Managing Director. TOTAL Refining and Marketing 15. Head. United Nations Environment Programme Keynote: Bio-economics & Market Analysis • Analyse the factors that affect biofuels financing including new technologies.00 Networking Refreshment Break IPOs . reduce associated costs and require less water Martina Otto. Coordinator Research Energy Supply and System Studies. Non-food User and Seeds Adviser. Rabobank 12. Managing Partner.00 Networking Lunch Break sponsored by: Is Jatropha Set for Revival? • A closer look at new investment into the crop • What is the true potential yield and scalability of Jatropha? How does GM and traditionally bred jatropha differ? • Understand the potential interest in this crop from the aviation sector biokerosene Sriram Srinivasan. Senior Biofuels Analyst. Director of Biofuels and Regulations for the Refining and Marketing Division. Policy Co-ordinator for Project Directorate.
Senior Advisor for International Affairs. Founder. A broad and deep analysis of the issues and opportunities facing today's bioethanol industry. BP Biofuels Biofuels Policy 20 20 20 14. Cosmo Biofuels Group Asia 12 Book today . Ethanol Europe 16. Author. refiner or end user – partnerships are key: how to partner with the correct people to progress mutual goals • How to engage in a global array of partners to leverage knowledge. this is the rare conference that truly delivers value NAES Corporation Day Two – Wednesday. Biofuels Research Analyst. with paper as a by-product.15 Networking Lunch Break Pulp & Paper For Energy 16. regional policy. producer.30 Networking Refreshment Break Policy. demand trends. Secretary General. pricing and poverty.30 Globally we are seeing an ever growing trend of global advanced biofuels innovators looking at the best possible pathway to low cost. with Q&A from the audience throughout.15 11. analysing the relationships between them and identifying necessary evolutions • Assessing recent developments on global trade re: Brazil and US Rob Vierhout.30 Meeting the Global 20% by 2020 Targets • Update and overview of steps forward to achieving the 2020 targets • Evidence Based Strategy: what various countries are doing to discern how best to reach the transport fuel targets • Understand how the targets will be measured and key metrics that will be vital to success John Cooper. • Sort the wheat from the chaff: what are the true facts and figures surrounding this debate • Understand what the biofuels industry is looking to achieve re: waste. second generation etc • Hear from biofuels detractors about their real issues with the industry and what they would like to see in the future Farah Karimi.30 Networking Refreshment Break Global Production Evolutions • Production economics of European biodiesel: Understand how new technologies and feedstocks can secure long term market prospects • Production batches v. that must be overcome to get to a commercial scale industry? • How can the biofuels industry ensure continual investment. As a delegate you will also have your say. What does the future for the pulp and paper industry look like? • Understanding the challenges facing full realisation of pulp and paper’s potential contribution to the bioenergy market • Creating the partnership necessary for efficient energy production Speakers to be confirmed. Executive Director. Do the evolutions happening in this industry mean that energy is no longer a by-product of paper production. UK NNFCC 13.30 Trading and Demand Trends • Assess what feedstock price trends are likely to mean for production margins in the year ahead • Discuss the impact of sustainability certification and Government support on trading and what can be expected in the future • Examine prospects for B10 and identify the impact that mandates. technology and feedstocks. sustainability and demand. This session will incorporate Government and Commercial viewpoints to look at these factors.00 16. public buy in and Governmental support? Philip New. 14. Managing Director. the golden milestone of 2020 will have been and gone. Fuel: The Global Debate Continues Biofuels have been commercially used in some regions for up to 20 years. Biofuels Expert. energy production. expertise and influence and achieve commercial scale quickly • Understand the value of creating a global partner matrix with private. • A closer look at trade and policy issues and the impact these are having on transitioning to a global bio-economy • Understand the interaction between energy policies. low carbon.30 Transitioning to a Global Bio-economy There are a huge number of external factors that affect our transition to a global bioeconomy.30 10. • Pulp and paper production. UNICA Eric Sievers. Trading and Demand Trends • A closer look at the effect sustainability criteria and policy has on trade barriers • Debating regional policies. Oxfam Novib Production Developments in Bioethanol • Hear from global leaders on the outlook for ethanol production developments • Lessons learned from Brazil’s sugar and ethanol dichotomy • Future developments in production. blending opportunities for refiners • How far will the use of biodiesel as Bio-Jet fuel boost the Biodiesel Industry? Khoo Hock Aun. what’s coming next? Geraldine Kutas. Argus Media Ian Waller. Director of Transport Energy Policy.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: In a sea of biofuels conference opportunities. we will host a fully interactive debate. Chief Executive Officer. Moderated by BBC Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman. regional policy.Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600 . FiveBarGate UK Partnerships 16. moderated by BBC Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman. Energy Victory Military Aviation Biofuels • An update on what the military sector has achieved with the use of biofuels • US Government efforts to facilitate deployment: federal initiatives • What the commercial sector can take away from the military’s efforts John Plaza.30 A new session for World Biofuels Markets. Imperium Renewables Global Bioethanol Join global bioethanol leaders to discuss the key issues including global trading and demand trends.45 Networking Refreshment Break Blue Skies: The Future of the Biofuels Industry In 10 years. low impact fuels and diversifying into chemicals and bioproducts. public and academic institutions Speakers to be confirmed. production.15 Food vs. For the first time. oil price volatility. and what we can do to ensure the future of a global bioeconomy.45 Aviation 14. the goals we are working towards will have been achieved…or not? What milestones are looming and what stands in our way to reaching the global 2020 goals and beyond? • The Year 2022: Where can we expect to be in 10 years? • What recent developments show how the industry is progressing? What major challenges remain in place. ePURE Claudiu Covrig. with energy as a by-product vs. climate change. BP Geraint Evans. yet there is still disquiet over the impact they are having on food stocks. 14 March Keynote Plenary Sessions 08. food systems and global trade • What steps need to be taken to counteract the external influences on a global bioeconomy Robert Zubrin. the lack of a unified global policy. 14. Global Biofuels Editor. feedstock prices and imports are having on the industry Mat Stone. Chief Executive Officer & Founder. please check the website for updates 16. Kingsman 11.00 16. technology and feedstocks. This session will look at the importance of strategic partnerships and joint ventures to push the industry to the next level • Whether a grower. Chief Executive Officer. but will be the prime business driver? A closer look at the growing trend of pulp and paper as a feedstock for energy in its own right. please check the website for updates Global Biodiesel Join global biodiesel leaders to discuss the key issues including global trade. to allow key figureheads in the industry to give their viewpoints and debate in real time. A real one stop shop to the world of biodiesel and a crucial opportunity to discuss the latest developments with industry leaders.
Fuels and Lubricant. focusing especially on heavy duty vehicles. heavy duty vehicles and public transport – increased efficiency and reduced emissions • Decarbonising heavy duty vehicles with bioethanol – Challenges & Opportunities • Understand relevant technical aspects of necessary renewable fuel compositions. President. Project Leader. This year we will be looking at how to overcome key challenges for bioenergy projects in emerging markets and also covering success stories of bioenergy projects that have survived against the odds. Volvo Technology Corporation Networking Refreshment Break Emerging Markets As a global event. Managing Director. emissions etc. Scientific Director. CytoCulture International Close of Day Two and Networking Drinks Reception Evening Keynote Address Chad Holliday. this session will look at the role of the biorefinery to ensure you use biomass components to maximise the value derived from your feedstock. Already I’ve got to meet with people I didn’t know before which is useful Poyry Day Three – Thursday.30 A new session at World Biofuels Markets. Nominations close on 1st February 2012 09. Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership Lew Fulton. Africa and Asia.Email samantha. and putting this in a wider global context • Highlight avenues for financing including bilateral and multilateral financing.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: It’s a great place to network. Board Member.30 End of Conference Biorefinery Platforms The biorefinery is key.00 Networking Refreshment Break Production Success Stories • Hear from producers in emerging markets who are leading successful bioenergy projects • Understand how successful projects have developed and thrived. and reward innovation throughout the biofuels value chain. Energy Strategist. Head of Division.sustainablebiofuelsawards. JOil Hugo Verkuijl.00 Implementing the Biorefinery : The Gateway to Commercialisation • Steps to Commercialising: From capital spending to ultimately improving margins • Opportunities and challenges to converting existing ethanol and forestry plants into biorefineries • The importance of partnerships for biorefinery compatibility and strategy • How are policy and legislation affecting the industry? Maina Macharia. Africa Bioenergy Association 14 March 2012 Recognising excellence in sustainable biofuels development Judged by an elite panel of independent industry experts. Oliver Lüdtke. Principal Specialist Engineer. Senior Specialist. Director of Research. Fuel & Biofuels.15 Government Initiatives and Perspectives • Gain insights to Governments in emerging markets re: initiatives that ensure social. Chairman. Sterling. Former Chair & Chief Executive Officer.30 11.00 Maritime Transport 16. At the very heart of the operation. Mali Biocarburant 18. carbon finance.” Nadim Chaudhry.00 19. Head of Climate and Environment. President. inspire. Hong yan. Innventia Birgit Kamm. Visit websit e for mo r inform e ation 15. Moderator: Greg Archer.30 14. Understand the economic and technical factors that will affect growth in this area and hear case studies and updates on projects that are under way and future plans • Understand the economic and technical factors that will have an effect on the growth of this area • Case studies and updates on projects that are currently under way and future plans Jacob A.coleman@greenpowerconferences. Speakers will also discuss recent advances in biofuel technology. VERBIO Vereinigte BioEnergie Niklas Berglin.00 12. Chief Executive Officer.00 Networking Lunch Break 19. “The Sustainable Biofuels Awards are designed to encourage. and policy avenues • Overcome potential barriers and risks to financing bioenergy projects Anders Tuxen. Green Power Conferences. • Ethanol and Bio-Diesel : Adapting international technology to African conditions Meghan Sapp. Maersk Timothy Wilson.com 10. Novozymes Sabera Khan. but also in ensuring that emerging markets are given the chance to shine. Chief Executive Officer. Lloyd’s Register Randall von Wedel. 15 March Automotive Futures 14. Chief Executive Officer. Toyota Motor Europe Anders Röj. Pangea Dr.30 Networking Refreshment Break Book today . Chief Scientific Officer.00 Keynote: Raising capital and commercial investment • Critically evaluate the current status of the biofuels industry in India. in spite of the developed world being concerned with issues of sustainability. Biopos Categories for 2012: • • • • • Green Shoots Biofuels Leadership Sustainable Biofuels Technology Biofuels Adoption Sustainable Bioethanol • • • • • Sustainable Biodiesel Sustainable Feedstock Innovation Innovation in Aviation Sustainable BioPower Generation Facility Leader in BioBased Chemical Industry Nominate by going to www. Senior Manager.com 13 . 09. the Sustainable Biofuels Awards are designed to recognise the tremendous innovation that is taking place in the development of truly sustainable and renewable fuels. trade. Regulatory & Technical Affairs. • Options towards sustainable mobility for cars. Secretary General. BioEnergy Society of Singapore (BESS) Hussaini Solomon. as leading biofuels companies look to diversify into biobased chemicals and the industry is looking to increase its coverage into bioproducts on the whole. land use etc. Division of Energy Technology Policy. join us to take a closer look at this nascent area of using biofuels in sea vessels. International Energy Agency Dorothee Lahaussois.30 This session will look at how biofuels will contribute to the increased sustainability of our automotive future. economic and environmental sustainability and contribute to sustainable rural development • Understand the impact biofuels can have on domestic energy autonomy and the economy • How erosion of mandates is bringing suspicion over the EU’s commitment to developing nations Dr Geng Anli. Information Software & Process Business. DuPont 3rd Annual Sustainable Biofuels Awards 10. Rockwell Automation Dr. strategy and making this a commercial reality. Bank of America. World Biofuels Markets prides itself on giving coverage not just to the leaders in the biggest markets. Africa Carbon Credit Exchange 16.
Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research Klaus Neumann. Swedish Forest Agency 10. Senior Advisor on Forest and Climate. Chief Executive Officer. Director. updates on available technologies and competition between biogas and power generation projects. Market Developer & Head of Communications.30 11. Peter Ripplinger. Project Coordinator. 09.30 End of Conference 12. what this means for the industry and what we can expect in the short to medium term Hillevi Eriksson. Chief Executive Officer. 15 March 11. Shanks Waste Management Dr. Benemann Associates Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) & Urban Wastes • The latest developments and the challenges in MSW collection. Benemann. 09. small producers: what looks good to them and how does this vary? René van Ree. Tallow & Used Cooking Oil (UCO) Residues • Identifying the most viable potential end-users: who are the buyers? • Assessing the commercial opportunities in tallow and animal fats: Is production on a commercial scale feasible and what obstacles still need to be overcome? • Advances in residue conversion technologies. Fuels.00 Biorefinery Markets • Understand which markets can offer integrated biorefineries the best opportunities: what are the sizes of these markets and how do you break into them? • Chemicals v. Algaetech 12.30 11. Lestari Pasifik Algae A staple feedstock for a number of years. President.com . We will take a closer look at by-products and other industrial waste products. and debate how the process can be scaled up.00 Keynote: Future Outlook for the Algae Industry • Market insights: Investment activity into the algae industry's current and future requirements • The future growth of algae as a fuel source – challenges and opportunities • How can effective policy stimulate the market for algae biofuels? • Understand algae’s full potential regarding CO2 sequestration Joel Butler. algae experts will meet to reveal the latest developments in algae research.00 Networking Refreshment Break Food. BioVantage 15. Chief Executive Officer.30 14.30 14. Chief Executive Officer.00 Networking Lunch Break Pilot to Player: Scaling Up Algae Production • Accelerating commercialisation through open bed testing • Assess the logistical implications of scaled-up production in terms of cost. Biofuels & Biorefinery. Energigas Sverige 15. and modification techniques. an increasing need for renewable fuel sources and measures to improve air quality. Daniel Colbert.30 End of Conference Biogas In Transport Due to increasing regulation of waste disposal. Sales Director. dewatering. Wermuth Asset Management GmbH 15. supply of nutrients.Business Development.30 11. E4Tech John R. please check the website for updates 12.00 Networking Refreshment Break Increasing the Use of Biogas in the Transport Market • Understand the capacity for the use of biogas and the pros of growing this sector • A look at global policy incentives for vehicles run on LNG or Compresses Natural Gas (CNG) • Biomethane opportunities for public and private waste companies Victor Sunnliden. Just look at the energy around the room and you know you’re at a world leading event Cathay Pacific Airways Day Three – Thursday.30 14.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: It brings all the right players together in one place. Vice President . National Renderers Association Market Overview: Producing Clean Fuel from Biomethane • Price competition of biogas with conventional natural gas • The economics of producing renewable LNG on a small and commercial scale • Competition for end use of biogas with power generation projects Speakers to be confirmed. This session will give you an insight into the capacity for the use of biogas as a transport fuel. Blends: is there a best route into the biorefinery marketplace? What distribution channels need to be established? • Big refiners v.00 Networking Refreshment Break Technology – Cultivation & Processing • An update on the development of innovative technologies to optimise harvesting and processing techniques to bring biofuels to a commercial reality • Comparison of algae cultivation techniques to understand the future of algae as a leading feedstock • European Algae cultivation: Case study examples and the importance of partnership for success Ohad Zuckerman.00 Networking Lunch Break A Focus on Technology • Vehicle technology: what is here and what is coming? • Compression and distribution technology update Speakers to be confirmed.00 10. there is growing interest in the use of biogas as a fuel for transport applications. Partner. Technical Director. Chief Executive Officer. Drop In v. Consultant. separation and pre-treatment • Benchmarking your operations: Discuss landfill methane and wastewater biogas to biomethane • Breakthroughs in use for MSW and its role in the global future of biofuels: Expand the range of acceptable feedstocks to increase commerciality in the sector Stephen Wise. Program Manager Bioenergy.00 Networking Lunch Break Product & Process Design • How will the biorefinery fit into this changing industry and economy? How will this sector evolve? • Which additional products can easily be produced by a specific biorefinery design? • What is the realistic potential of these products to successfully and profitably penetrate their respective markets? Sean Sutcliffe. UniVerve Biofuel Dr. 09. and their potential role in the future of this rapidly developing sector.30 14. Green Biologics Ltd Hans Reith.30 End of Conference 14 Book today at www. Lead Fund Partner. Chief Executive Officer. The Biosynergy Project 10. the newest harvesting. how to ensure balance is achieved • Advances in conversion technologies. water and co2 • A closer look at biorefineries and co-products and the role they will play in the commercial future of algae Ausilio Bauen.30 End of Conference Waste to Biofuels This focused stream will examine key new sustainable sources for biofuels that are becoming increasingly accessible via innovations in conversion technologies. please check the website for updates 15. Chief Executive Officer. Borregaard Industries Clement Tan. what this means for the industry and what we can expect in the short to medium term Jens Jacobsen. Solix Biofuels Syed Isa Syed Alwi. Natural Gas Vehicle Association Anders Mathiasson. MBP Group Bruce Ross.worldbiofuelsmarkets.00 Networking Lunch Break Lignofuels: Biofuels from Forestry Waste • Assessing logistical feedstock challenges and the commercial opportunities in forestry waste • Addressing concerns regarding the importance of forestry waste to local eco-systems. Chief Executive Officer. a look at policy incentives. Skovde Biogas Peter Boisen. Honorary Chairman.00 12. Subitec Sue Kunz.
• • Pathways to other synthetic fuels.greenpoweracademy. including lifecycle costs relative to other sources. and incremental market steps to create them.com Green Power Conferences consistently works in strategic partnership with industry leading organisations and trade publications. and their potential role in the biofuels business case. • Models and predictions of bioenergy’s role in future energy supply. Contact Melanie Botting for further details: Tel: +44 (0)203 355 4226 Email: melanie. Biomass as an energy store. Coca Cola F ULL DAy TRA I N I N G CO URS ES Introduction to Bioenergy Processes & Technologies How Fuels and Energy can be created from Biomass feedstocks Tuesday. The specific process issues around Algae. heat and power. • Challenges in scaling up bioenergy. 15 March: Day Three Quantifying Biomass Supply • Biomass as an energy store. biogas and biomethane. including palletisation and torrefaction.botting@greenpowerconferences. Introduction to Bioenergy Economics & Markets Factors which impact the economics and competitiveness of Bioenergy Thursday. both fossil and renewable. • Pathways for gaseous fuels: syngas. including specific opportunities.com SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS MEDIA PARTNERS Book today . • • Land use and cultivation (the fuel vs. • Challenges in making bioenergy sustainable and secure. • The pros and cons of biomass as a fuel for power (and heat) generation. including “drop-ins” and aircraft fuels. W2E. Supply chain cost contributions. anaerobic digestion. Bioenergy Markets and Policies • Current bioenergy markets and trends. • When and where might 2nd generation biofuels be economically viable? • Economic issues around Biopower • Understanding power markets and how electricity is priced. • • Biorefineries and multi-product concepts. food debate). FT synthesis. including energy crops. GTL and more. The competitive context of bioenergy. • • Biomass end-uses: liquid and gaseous fuels. Energy Pathways • The scientific basics of energy conversion processes: chemical. • Biochemical. Economic issues around Biofuels • Liquid and gaseous biofuels. • Small or large-scale biopower: which makes most economic sense? • The costs of biopower. Pathways to liquid biofuels: bioethanol and biodiesel. esterification. and their market context. Our international and targeted marketing campaigns ensure excellent marketing exposure for our partners. including variations in source and energy content. wastes (solid & liquid). 13 March : Day One Bioenergy Feedstocks and End Uses • The fundamentals of both fossil and biomass energy chemistry and sustainability. Bioenergy Technology Evolution • The status of technologies: commercial or not? • The challenges in scaling up bioenergy processes.Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600 15 . • Navigating the maze of terminology: hydrolysis. lignocellulosics and algae. gasification. Conversion Processes • Biomass pre-processing technologies. biological and thermal pathways. • Supply chain factors. • Current forecasts of how the market(s) will develop.Principal Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: Fantastic venue. biopharma and other co-products. Fantastic audience. • The different “generations” and sources of biomass. including the importance of energy density. • • Bioenergy policies and their impact on bioenergy supply and economics. Calculating the energy potential (and limits) of biomass. pyrolysis. including feedstock. capital and operating costs. • Conversion technologies and example facilities. For more information visit www.
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