PRLog - Sep. 23, 2010 - BRATISLAVA, Slovakia -- Now more than ever, European and global Biofuels businesses face new and dynamic challenges in both technology and regulations. For anyone dealing with this industry it should be of utmost importance to keep abreast of all the latest political, commercial and technological developments. A unique opportunity to find all the answers and solutions in one place will present itself in Barcelona, at the Global Biofuels Summit 2011 on 26 – 27 January, 2011.
Looking at the market, biofuels production has started to become a top priority; growing rapidly over the last decade. It is trying to overcome new quests both in technology and regulation to balance production demand and climate change. Reasons for the industry to deal with these issues include oil price spikes, the need for increased energy security, and last but not least a concern over greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. Biofuels provided 1.8 % of the world’s transport fuel in 2008 and according to Eurostat data “the integrated energy and climate change strategy adopted in December 2008 provided further stimulus for increasing the use of renewables to 20 % of total energy production by 2020 (including a 10 % biofuels target for transport).”
Global Biofuels Summit 2011 is just the type of a conference to address this situation; well-focused and targeted, providing absorbing insights into future innovations, as well as leading trends and policies specifically for 2nd generation and next generation biofuels technology. It will bring together government representatives, bioethanol & biodiesel producers, the agricultural sector as well as the finance and investment world for two days of intriguing presentations and unique networking opportunities.
Looking for a reason to attend this conference? Unless you’ve already found it, here is another: Global Biofuels Summit 2011 proudly presents a distinctive panel formed by representatives from the automotive and oil industries, as well as the US Navy to share their experiences in using 2nd and next generation Biofuels. Among other topics such as: regulatory policy, standards and certification effects on the biofuels industry in 2011 and beyond, we believe that this is something delegates can really benefit from.
The ample international speaker panel includes names like: Mr. Andre Aranha Correa do Lago, Director of the Department of Energy of the Brazilian Ministry of External Relations and the Co-Chair of the Global Bioenergy Partnership, Brasil, Mr. Kevin McKinley, Deputy Secretary General of International Organization for Standardization, Switzerland, or Mark Stowers Ph.D., Senior Vice President of Science and Technology, Poet, US.
When one wants to achieve maximum business growth or innovation, information and knowledge transfer is the key. Join us for the Global Biofuels Summit 2011, 26 – 27 January, in Barcelona and open the doors.
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