2nd Global Biofuels Virtual Conference, 2nd Global Biofuels

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17-18 Nov, 2020

09:00

Opening Remarks

Chris Tindal, Assistant Director

Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI)

09:10

The Post Covid-19 Energy Industry

  • What are the near-term impacts of COVID-19?
  • Evaluating the ramifications, it has on several major energy trends
  • How many major pre-existing trends will continue and event be accelerated after the crisis?

Yuan-Sheng Yu, Senior Analyst

Lux Research

09:40

China’s Advanced Low Carbon Fuels Supply Overview – HVO, Cellulosic Ethanol

  • Utilize waste and residue feedstock, e.g. UCO
  • Market potential and risk
  • Challenges on feedstock supply and certification
  • Policy and business environment

Dannis Poon, Executive Vice President

ECO Environmental Investments Limited/ Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited

10:10

Virtual Networking

10:30

Carbon Recycling: Key Catalyst of Innovation for a Circular Carbon Economy

  • Carbon recycling technology for sustainable, low-cost fuels, chemical-building blocks, materials and food
  • SAF plant projects and production capacity
  • Commercialisation plans and investment structure

Claudio Bertelli, Director of Business Development

LanzaTech

11:00

India Spotlight: Advanced Biofuels Market Outlook, Technology Updates & Emerging Opportunities

  • Status of government and private sector driven projects, updated regulations, supply demand forecast
  • Current challenges facing advanced biofuels industry
  • Technology updates for cellulosic ethanol production
  • Unlocking new potential and identifying opportunities

Dr. Pramod Chaudhari, Chairman

Praj Industries Limited

11:30

Emerging Trends, Feedstocks, Processing Technologies, Project Updates for Advanced Biofuels

12:00

End of Day One Virtual Conference Sessions followed by Open Networking

17:30

End of Virtual Networking

09:00

Opening Remarks

09:10

Market Opportunities for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)

  • Current supply and demand of SAF
  • Incentives, policies, and programs to drive SAF production
  • Sustainable feedstock and conversion technologies
  • SAF growth prospects in Asia and globally
  • Challenges and opportunities

Chris Tindal, Assistant Director

Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI)

09:40

MULTISTAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE SESSION

Fueling the Future: Standards, Challenges and Strategies to Meet Growing Biofuel Demand

  • End user’s take on biofuel as a long-term alternative fuel
  • Types of feedstock available and sustainable supply
  • Strategies for eventual material sourcing at competitive prices
  • Standards, regulations and initiatives to promote biofuels industry

Moderator

Yuan-Sheng Yu, Senior Analyst

Lux Research

Chris Tindal, Assistant Director

Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI)

Atul Mulay, President (Bio-Energy)

Praj Industries Limited

10:10

Virtual Networking

10:30

Is Industrial Hemp The Ultimate Energy Crop?: Case Study Of China’s First Hemp Biogas Plant

  • Role of hemp in supporting biomass energy trend in Asia
  • Potential of hemp to replace traditional energy crops such as soybean, sunflower, peanut and rapeseed
  • China’s hemp biogas plant project updates and expected capacity to meet growing regional and global demand

Glenn Davies, Co-Founder & Group CEO

CannAcubed Pte Ltd

11:00

Sustainable Biomass Supply Chain Management for Biofuels & Bioenergy

  • Key elements for a sustainable build up of biomass supply chain management to deliver biomass volumes at committed price
  • Meeting the SDG requirements around biomass SCM
  • De-risking the project with creditable feedstock supplies making the biofuel & bioenergy project bankable
  • Equitable sharing of the wealth around the network to develop & harness around agri-residues SCM

Lt. Col Monish Ahuja (Retd), Managing Director

Punjab Renewable Energy Systems Pvt Ltd (PRESPL)

11:30

End User's Perspective in Biofuel Application

12:00

End of Virtual Conference Sessions followed by Open Networking

17:30

End of Virtual Networking

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