Edinburgh, Scotland has been chosen as this year’s location for the 2017 Biofuels International Conference & Expo
The European Commission has recently released its plans for biofuels post 2020 with the updated Renewable Energy Directive - RED II. This much-needed clarification is significant as it means companies can make decisions according to the new directive and investments can be made with the future in mind. Opportunities undoubtedly still remain as the sector evolves taking new legislation into account and renewable energy targets will still need to be met, as governments remain committed to reducing their country’s GHG imprint.
This year’s focus at the 10th Biofuels International Conference & Expo will be on the latest developments in biofuels policy, international biofuels trading, sustainability, solutions for first-generation producers, progress in advanced biofuels and information on feedstock pricing and trends.
Attendees, exhibitors and sponsors will also benefit from an enlarged conference and exhibition area as the event will be co-hosted with the Bioenergy Insight Conference & Expo. With over 200 delegates expected over 2 days, the organisers are also planning site visits and to really whet the appetite of those present, a whisky tour. Peter Patterson, publisher of the global journals Biofuels International and Bioenergy Insight, states:
“We’re hugely excited about hosting the event in Edinburgh. Our research amongst last year’s delegates showed great interest in the city and Edinburgh has a rich heritage for delegates to enjoy and explore before, after and even during the meeting.” He goes on to say “we have built up a reputation for organising high level conferences and we are regularly complimented on the networking opportunities that our events offer. We have a few novel ideas for Edinburgh so we’re sure people won’t be disappointed”.
Companies are invited to visit the website for more information – www.biofuels-news.com/conference
BIOFUELS INTERNATIONAL magazine is brought out 6 times a year and is the leading global publication in the market. Designed to appeal to those who wish to learn and be kept abreast of this increasingly important area, the magazine encompasses, biodiesel, bioethanol, and biomass.
Every issue includes in-depth news analysis and features on related subjects, including distribution, handling, storage, equipment and second generation technology. On top of this, each edition includes an insightful interview with a leading biofuels producer, information on the latest regulations and legislation and a close examination of the biofuels sector in a particular region. This includes data on production capacities, new projects, demand levels and relevant local challenges.
Biofuels International is mailed to a minimum of 3,100 named individuals within the sector and is the industry’s only audited magazine. These consist of senior engineers, technical managers, project managers, CEOs/managing directors and logistics and distribution managers, as well as the appropriate and relevant financial and trade bodies with a specific interest in the biofuels industry.
For more information please contact Matthew Cooke email@example.com Direct line +44 (0)203 551 5751 www.biofuels-news.com
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