Global Biofuels Summit,

22-23 Oct, 2019 - Singapore, SINGAPORE

Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay

  • Industry Partner
    www.ippfpowerasia.com
  • Industry Partner
    www.worldbioenergy.org
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenjournal.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.eco-business.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenmatch.co.uk/heat-pump/ground-source-heat-pump
  • Promotion Partner
    www.energybss.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.biofpr.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenea.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenchemical.jp
  • Promotion Partner
    www.worldoils.com
  • Promotion Partner
    industrialreview.co.za
  • Promotion Partner
    www.southasianmonitor.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.petrolplaza.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.rim-intelligence.co.jp
  • Promotion Partner
    www.asiabiotech.com

22 Oct, 2019 - Tuesday

08:00

Registration

09:00

Chairman’s Introduction

09:10

Biofuels: Key Enabler to Sustainable Transport Future

  • Examining future mobility trends 
  • Global and regional initiatives for transport decarbonization
  • South East Asia Biofuels Landscape: Policy, availability, readiness & investment appetite

09:40

Neste's Sustainable Production Focusing on Circular Economy

  • Updates on Neste’s current production & expansion
  • Neste’s effort in ensuring sustainability through the increasing use of waste & residues 

Adrian Suharto, Head of Sustainability Asia

Neste

10:10

Discussion followed by Coffee

10:40

THE RISE OF MARINE BIOFUELS

The Solution in the Next Decade for Marine Decarbonization?
  • Growth drivers behind this market
  • Industry leading cases
  • Prospects for Asia

Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO

Goodfuels

11:10

Challenges for Biofuels in Maritime Application

11:40

Biofuel Outlook in Malaysia & Indonesia

  • Implications of EU Ban on Palm Oil Markets
  • Regulations & mandates
  • Country requirement for sustainability
  • Market prospects for advanced biofuels
  • Renewable biomass supply

Hu Qing, Lead Analyst

Drewry Maritime Services (ASIA)

12:10

Discussion followed by Networking Lunch

13:20

Afternoon Chairman’s Introduction

13:30

Global Economic Outlook in 2020 & Beyond

  • Impact of US-China trade war & Iran-US crisis on global economies
  • Is India showing signs of slowdown?  
  • ASEAN economic performance going forward
  • Currency forecast

Jeff Ng, Managing Director, Chief Economist Asia

Continuum Economics

14:00

Emerging Technologies in Converting Biomass into Biofuel

  • Comparing hydrotreatment, pyrolysis, gasification, etc.
  • Cost of investments & implementation challenges in Asia
  • Future opportunities

Runeel Daliah, Analyst

Lux Research - APAC

14:30

Waste to Wealth

Turning UCO into Biofuels: A Case Study of Singapore

Allan Lim, CEO

Alpha Biofuels

15:00

EV vs. Biofuels

Which is More Sustainable?: An OEM's Perspective
 
  • Are biofuels equal substitutes to EV?
  • Challenges to adapt biofuels - availability, infrastructure & dual fuel technology, via-a-vis EV
  • Current status & future of biofuels
  • Value chain & sustainability

Manasi Mone, DGM, Head - Fuel & Exhaust systems (Indoor Testing)

Tata Motors

15:30

Discussion followed by Tea

16:00

PANEL DISCUSSION

Sustainable Feedstock Supply to Meet Growing Biofuel Demand
  • Types of feedstock available; palm oil waste, algae, UCO, animal fat, municipal solid waste
  • Strategies for material sourcing at competitive prices
Panellists:
 

Kenny Sim, Vegetable Oil Trading Head (APAC)

Eni Trading & Shipping S.p.A

Allan Lim, CEO

Alpha Biofuels

16:30

Emerging Trends in Biojet Fuel Application

17:00

Converting CPO into Green Fuel: Indonesia’s Context

  • Demand and supply for biofuels
  • Refined Bleached Deodorized Palm Oil (RBDPO): What are the processing challenges?
  • Project updates and future plans

Jefri A. Simanjuntak, Process Engineer - Process & Facility, Refining Directorate

PT Pertamina (Persero)

17:30

End of Day One

23 Oct, 2019 - Wednesday

09:00

Chairman’s Introduction

09:10

Establishing A Roadmap for Advanced Biofuels in India

  • Government policies
  • Assessing upcoming biofuel plant projects & production capacity
  • Access to funding
  • Role of technology
  • Byproducts & challenges

Milind Patke, Executive Director (HSSE & Advanced Liquid Biofuels)

Bharat Petroleum

09:40

UCO in China: Market Potential, Current Collection Context & Sustainability

  • Supply demand outlook
  • Infrastructure availability for waste collection: Challenges, lessons learned & opportunities
  • Traceability challenges & digitalization of data
  • Future plans & expectations

Shutong Liu, CEO

MotionECO

10:10

Biofuel Applications in Heavy Duty Vehicles

  • Challenges & opportunities
  • Technical preparation to shift towards higher blend of biodiesel
  • Future expectations

David Lantz, Sustainability Manager - SEA

Scania

10:40

Discussion followed by Coffee

11:10

Catalysing Cellulosic Ethanol Production for Sustainable Supply of Liquid Fuel

  • Chinese government initiatives, program & subsidies to implement the E10 mandate by 2020
  • Implementation route map for fuel ethanol
  • Effective & cost - efficient manufacturing through innovative enzyme technologies
  • Challenges & expectations

Xiaofeng Ye, Director, Biorefining - APAC

Novozymes (China) Investment

11:40

Innovation & Operational Excellence in Advanced Biofuels Production – A Case Study from Europe

12:10

Final Discussion followed by Closing Lunch

13:10

End of Conference

23 Oct, 2019 - Wednesday

SEPARATELY BOOKABLE
Site Visit to Neste Singapore - Producer of World's Cleanest Renewable Diesel

 

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Neste is the world's largest producer of renewable diesel refined from waste and residues, introducing renewable solutions also to the aviation and plastics industries. Singapore refinery was launched in 2010, and it produces exclusively renewable products.

 

The production capacity of the refinery is 1.2 million tons per year. At the moment, Neste is expanding its production capacity in Singapore by up to 1.3 million tons per annum, bringing the total renewable product capacity close to 4.5 million tons annually in 2022.

Itinerary

13:15

Depart from Hotel

14:15

Introduction & Presentation by Site Director

14:45

Q & A

15:00

Control Room Tour

15:30

Leave from Tuas back to hotel

16:00

Arrival at hotel

 

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