Where the biofuels industry meets to do business
13-15 March 2012
Beurs-World Trade Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
With positive news that an ever-increasing number of commercial aviation biofuels flights are taking off and opposing reports challenging the US to reach its long term advanced biofuels mandate without significant innovation, the global industry continues on an upward curve - but still has much to achieve. Now is the time for action.
The World Biofuels Markets Congress & Exhibition returns to Rotterdam for 2012, to once again bring together the entire biofuels industry value chain to do business.
Keynote speakers include:
Jeremy Paxman, Television Presenter and Journalist, BBC
Chad Holiday, Chairman, Bank of America (Former CEO, Dupont)
Philip New, Chief Executive Officer, BP Biofuels
Farah Karimi, Executive Director, Oxfam
Dr. Robert Zubrin, Author, Energy Victory
Other key speakers include:
Glenn Johnston, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Gevo
Robert Walsh, Chief Commercial Officer, ZeaChem
Kaisa Hietala, Vice President of Market Development, Neste Oil
Nick Goodall, Chief Executive Officer, BonSucro
David Berry, Partner, Flagship Ventures
Vishal Shah, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
John Plaza, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Imperium Renewables
Kelly Ogilvie, Chief Executive Officer, Blue Marble Biomaterials
Oliver Lüdtke, Chief Operating Officer, VERBIO
Daniel Trunfio, Chief Executive Officer, Bio Architecture Lab
Green Power Conferences are delighted to announce that registration has now opened for the 7th annual World Biofuels Markets Congress and Exhibition. We will once again bring together the leaders of the biofuels industry for in-depth analysis on advanced biofuels, aviation, algae, finance, biorefineries and more. Interact with market leaders showcasing their latest technological developments.
What's new on the agenda?
- Additional Interactive Keynote Session: Food vs Fuel - The Global Debate Continues
- New sessions on Emerging Markets, Biogas Transport for Fuel, Pulp & Paper and Maritime Biofuels
- New viewpoints and speakers on all returning sessions including Aviation, Advanced Biofuels and Finance & Investment
- Exclusive speaker coaching workshops
What's new on the Exhibition Floor?
- 25% increase in Exhibition Floor capacity
- Specific Biopower Generation Exhibition Village
- Dedicated Meeting Service
- Networking Skills Zone
- Expanded Press Area
- Exhibitor Showcase and Demonstration Area
Register your place online at www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com
Call: +44 (0)20 7099 0600
Email: [email protected]
Join the Premier Agenda of Global Biofuels Thought Leaders
Main World Biofuels Markets Agenda Outline:
Tuesday March 13
Aviation Biofuels * Sustainability, Certification and iLUC * Advanced Biofuels * Energy Crops * Finance & Investment
Wednesday March 14
Three Strategic and Interactive Keynotes * Aviation Biofuels * Global Bioethanol * Global Biodiesel * Maritime Biofuels * Automotive Futures * Pulp & Paper * Policy 202020
Thursday March 15
Algae * Emerging Markets (Formerly ‘Developing Nations') * Waste to Biofuels * Biorefinery Platforms * Biofuels Standards * Biogas Transport Fuel
Want to see all the action from 2011? View our quick video highlights show reel to hear sound bites from our keynote speakers, what delegates really thought of the event and see the true scope of our Congress and Exhibition. View the full interviews at http://www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.tv/
"Very informative conference tightly targeted to my needs. Extremely well organised and well attended by industry leaders providing valuable insight and analyses".
"WBM is a great platform for networking within the biofuels community. The high level of the attendees is exactly what we are looking for in an event like this".
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