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2022 October 19 - 2022 October 20

Future of Biofuels 2022

Date: 19 - 20 October, 2022

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Website: Link

Europe as a whole and particular industry sectors face the need of decarbonisation and oils/gas independence. This can be done by meeting sustainability goals set by national policies and new European regulations. The Future of Biofuels 2022 Conference will discuss: bio refineries, new p2x projects, storage, maritime & aviation transport, all the key components of the green transition. This event is set to bring industry stakeholders, unique content, workshops discussions and networking. Showcase your products and services in the networking area and hold meetings with leaders from the industry. The commercial aspect of the event will create a perfect intimate environment for doing business. 

Key topics 

Europe’s oil/gas independence & green transition 

  • Global and EU market overview 
  • Bio-feedstock battle in renewable fuel markets 
  • European and national policies & regulations 
  • Biofuels economics 
  • Sustainability criteria in biofuels production 
  • Listen to Topsoe, ENI Versalis and SEKAB about biofuel producer experiences 
  • Biorefinery operator’s experience 
  • SAF, carbon negative diesel and chemicals in decarbonisation of marine and aviation 
  • Latest technological advancements 
  • Renewable fuels in marine sector 
  • Decarbonization in global transport 
  • Hear from Maersk, AirFrance and Neste on aviation and marine transport 
  • Cars and trucks powered by biofuels, electricity or fossil fuels 

Who & Why you should join the Future of Biofuels 2022 

During this 2-day event reach in presentations from industry end-users and running projects case studies will give you a comprehensive overview of the biofuels industry. You can hear experts focusing on new regulations, changing market situation and more. Get a possibility to network and exchange ideas with industry leaders. 

Suppliers, producers, end-users from the entire value chain (power companies, trading & distribution companies, producers of feedstock, oil & gas companies, renewable energy consultancies, EPC contractors and OEM’s ) also regulatory & research experts, government organizations and municipalities, biotech developers, renewable energy business consultants, anaerobic digestion technology providers and business analytics