5th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia,

23-24 Jan, 2019 - Bangkok, THAILAND

Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

  • Co-Organiser
    www.fti.or.th/2016/eng/
  • Industry Partner
    www.mybiodiesel.org.my
  • Promotion Partner
    www.giiresearch.com/topics/EN11.shtml
  • Promotion Partner
    www.eco-business.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.ethanolindia.net
  • Promotion Partner
    www.cleantechbusinessnews.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.energyupdate.com.pk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.bioenergyinternational.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenchemical.jp
  • Promotion Partner
    www.chemmarket.info/en/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.worldoils.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenea.com
Realising the Full Potential of South East Asian Biomass Supply &
In-Country's BioEnergy Demand!
 
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As intra-regional trade of biomass soars in Asia, having real insights and right connections with the region's key stakeholders is important! Attend CMT's 5th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia to realise these objectives - new contacts and market intelligence.

 


The IEA predicts that bioenergy power capacity is expected to increase by 37 GW over the next five years, reaching 158 GW in 2023. Biomass resources, particularly residues from forests, wood processing, agricultural crops, agro-processing such as oil palm industry, are still under-utilized in Southeast Asian countries. As the region calls to increase their renewable energy portfolio, optimum use of biomass, with clean and efficient technologies, can become readily available solution for in-country energy generation, and meeting the needs of the industries, urban and rural communities.

 


As the South East Asian countries look toward bioenergy, how much biomass resources will be available for exports to the growing markets in Japan and South Korea? What is the realistic capacity of the Japanese appetite, and how can South-East Asian supply meet this requirement?

 


On-going communication between the North Asian buyers and the suppliers have accelerated the progress of sustainability certification and traceability of wood pellets, PKS and other exported biomass products. With common export market, is there room for collaboration to develop a sustainable biomass supply chain in South East Asia?

 


CMT's 5th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia sets to offer insights on South-East Asian biomass utilitsation and supply chain. The two-days' agenda also aim to facilitate strategic partnerships by matching the resources of feedstock suppliers with the demand requirements of regional buyers. Focusing on sustainable production of wood pellets and oil palm biomass, delegates will get a clearer view on the competition landscape and identify new business opportunities. Register with your team today at www.cmtevents.com to enjoy group discount.

Contact hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg for more information.

 

Key Highlights: 

  • Growing Capacity of Biomass Power in Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia & Malaysia
  • Motivation for Biomass Boilers in Industrial Plants (Cement, Sugar, Pulp & Paper, etc)
  • Biomass Demand & Imports Requirement in Japan & South Korea; NEW Opportunities for SEA's Supplies
  • Export-Ready Outlook of Wood Pellets from Thailand & Vietnam
  • PKS' Export Potential; Aggregation & Export Outlook from Indonesia
  • Towards Sustainability Certifications & Traceability – Options & Progress

Confirmed Panel of speakers from 

  • Surat Green Group
  • Federation of Thai Industries
  • AC Energy Development Company
  • Clean Power Indonesia
  • Concord Group
  • Poyry Energy
  • Sime Darby Plantation Berhad
  • Siam Hanwa Co. Ltd.
  • Association of Palm Kernel Shell Entrepreneur of Indonesia
  • RENOVA Inc
  • Tipawat Corporation Ltd.
  • Cellmark Asia
  • FSC Asia Pacific