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As competition between food and fuel threatens to become a pressing constraint on current biofuels, increasing investment and focus is being directed towards the development of next generation biofuels.

Green Power's 4th next generation biofuels event will bring together key players who are pioneering the development of next generation biofuels to address the latest developments in creating cost competitive, industrial scale production of next generation biofuels technologies.

580 executives from 36 countries have attended our previous Next Generation Biofuels events click here to see who





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Speakers:
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Learn fromleading next generation biofuels experts, including:

Simo Honkanen, Vice President, Renewable Fuels, Neste Oil
Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP

Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta
Dr Vicky Sharpe, President and CEO, NextGen Biofuels Fund, SDTC (Sustainable Development Technology Canada)

Prof Jacob Moulijn, Consultant, Bioecon/Kior
Hideaki Yukawa, Chief Researcher, Microbiology Research Group, RITE


Plus practical case studies, insight and analysis from:

Prof Miriam Sticklen, Professor of Crop and Soil Sciences, MSU
Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL
Jonathan Wolfson, CEO, Solazyme
Jim Bristow, Head of Community Sequencing Programe, JGI (Joint Genome Institute, DOE, USA)
Jef Sharp, CEO, SunEthanol
Michael Persson, Vice President, Dong Energy
Dr George Kosanovich, CEO, Syntec Biofuel
Raffaelo Garofalo, Secretary General, European Biodiesel Board
Eric Apfelbach, President and CEO, Virent
Rob Vierhout, Secretary General, eBIO
Philipp Hasler, Investment Director, EmeraldTechnology Ventures
Emmanuel Petiot, Global Business Development Manager, Novozymes
Patrick Sarrazin, Deputy R&D, IFP
Spencer Swayze, Business Development Manager, Ceres
Dr Martin Stuiver, BASF
Kelly Tiller, Director of External Operations, University of Tennessee ONce of Bioenergy Programs



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Agenda
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Day One: 6 October 2008

08.30
Registration and Refreshments

09.00
Chairman's Introduction

Bob Kozak, Founder, Advanced Biofuels USA



Keynote Session: Creation and Commercialisation of Advanced Biofuels

This session will focus on feedstock supply and cost – THE key issues for biofuel producers as the industry moves from pilot schemes to demos and commercial-scale projects.



09.15
Financing and Investing in Next Generation Biofuels

Dr Vicky Sharpe, President and Chief Executive Officer, NextGen Biofuels Fund, SDTC (Sustainable Development Technology Canada)



09.45
The Role of Genome Modified Plants in the Commercialisation of Cellulosic Ethanol

Prof Miriam Sticklen, Professor of Crop and Soil Sciences, MSU



10.15
Interactive discussion session with speakers

10.30
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



11.15
Case Studies: The Growing Popularity of Biocrude – Development of Renewable Transportation Fuels from Biomass

Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP
Prof Jacob Moulijn, Consultant, Bioecon/Kior and Professor of Catalysis Engineering, Delft University of Technology



12.15
Interactive discussion session with speakers

12.30
Networking Lunch and Exhibition Visit



13.40
Keynote Panel: Which Biomass-based Fuel has the Brightest Commercial Future?

Can we really pick definitive technologies yet for 2nd generation?
Are next generation technologies ready for prime time?
The importance of selling blend stocks
Where do we see synergistic possibilities?
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL
Jonathan Wolfson, Chief Executive Officer, Solazyme
Eric Apfelbach, President and Chief Executive Officer, Virent
Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP
Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta



14.30
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



15.00
Driving the Development of Next Generation Biofuels – A Global Perspective

What's happening in Europe and what is the EU perspective on next generation?
How does the EU actually stimulate development of 2nd generation biofuels?
How are the US, Asia and Europe moving forward – effect of subsidies, incentives on the industry for future growth
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Raffaelo Garofalo, Secretary General, European Biodiesel Board
Rob Vierhout, Secretary General, eBIO
Roland Stein, Associate, Freshfields
John Eustermann, Principal, Stoel Rives



15.50
Finance and Investment Panel

Investment in next generation biofuels – how are people bridging the demonstration plant cost gap? What business models will give appropriate returns?
Has the food versus fuel debate had a knock-on effect and affected the ability to raise money for next generation biofuels?
Cost of feedstock and operating costs
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Philipp Hasler, Investment Director, Emerald Technology Ventures
And additional speakers to be announced



16.30
Close of Day One followed by Networking Drinks



Day Two: 7 October 2008

08.30
Refreshments and exhibition visit

09.00
Chairman's Introduction



International Developments in Cellulosic Biomass Technologies

The commercialisation of cellulosic ethanol took a big step forward recently when the US adopted a new RFS that requires annual renewable fuels use of 36 billion gallons in 2022, while limiting use of corn-based ethanol to 15 billion gallons and requiring 16 billion gallons to be derived from cellulosic sources.

What is happening in the EU and Asia in comparison
Ambitions to become largely dependant on non-food feedstocks?
Breaking ground in cellulosic ethanol – what are the key challenges globally?
How to create a cost-competitive technology and the importance of economics
Enzyme and application technology – improving cellulosic ethanol enzymes
Price of enzymes – expanding the enzyme business

09.15
Breaking Ground in Cellulosic Ethanol

Speaker to be announced



09.45
International Developments in Cellulosic Biomass Technologies

Emmanuel Petiot, Global Business Development Manager, Novozymes
And partner case study



10.15
International Case Studies

Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Jef Sharp, Chief Executive Officer, SunEthanol
Hideaki Yukawa, Chief Researcher, Microbiology Research Group, RITE (Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth), Japan
Michael Persson, Vice President, Dong Energy



11.15
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



11.45
Synthetic Biofuels and BTL
Synthetic biology for next generation biofuels
Delivering next generation biofuels through synthetic biology
Promoting the next generation of biomass technologies
Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Simo Honkanen, Vice President, Renewable Fuels, Neste Oil
Dr George Kosanovich, Chief Executive Officer, Syntec Biofuel
Dr Ingo Drescher, ASFE (Alliance for Synthetic Fuels)



12.45
Networking Lunch and Exhibition Visit



13.45
Harnessing the Full Potential of Plant Biotechnology and Energy Crops

Developing a framework for bioenergy crops – different business models for crops grown in different conditions and in different locations – where are we and where are we heading?
Biotech – design of high-yielding dedicated energy crops
Plant feedstock genomics for biofuels
Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta
Patrick Sarrazin, Deputy R&D, IFP
Spencer Swayze, Business Development Manager, Ceres
Dr Martin Stuiver, BASF



Smart Crops for Smart Biofuels

14.45
Case Study: Growing Switchgrass on a Large Scale to Supply Biorefineries

Dr Kelly Tiller, Director of External Operations, University of Tennessee, Office of Bioenergy Programs



15.05
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



15.35
Case Study: Sorghum for Ethanol Production

Senior Representative, Renergie Inc (awaiting final confirmation)



15.55
Case Study: The Use of Liquid Biofuels in CHP Stations

Niklas Haga, Liquid Fuel Specialist, Wartsila Finland Oy



Biofuels: Beyond Corn – Gene Sequencing

16.15
Case Study: Gene Sequencing

Jim Bristow, Head of Community Sequencing Programe, JGI (Joint Genome Institute, DOE, USA)



4th Generation Biofuels – Bio-Energy with Carbon Storage

16.35
Developments in Plant Biology and Biotechnology in Carbon Capture and Storage Techniques

Speaker to be announced



Biorefining Technology and Capabilities

16.55
Roadmap to Next Generation Biorefineries

Speaker to be announced



17.25
Close of Day Two


Focused seminar day, 8th October

Algae for Advanced Biofuels
Engineering and Optimisation of Algae for Advanced Biofuels

Algae is considered to be a promising source of renewable oil which can be processed and reRned into a variety of transportation fuels. This in depth one day seminar will examine how quickly algae is emerging as a sustainable, viable, low cost feedstock for the biofuels industry. A variety of key players will share their knowledge and understanding of this rapidly evolvingmarket.

09.00
Registration & Refreshments

09.30
Chairman's Introduction



09.45
Algae as the Ultimate Biomass Source

What does the business model look like?
Growing this opportunity to achieve commercial success
Identifying best suitable algae strains
Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL



10.15
Algae for Advanced Biofuels – New Products and Markets

Costs of production?
Controlling environmental conditions?
Need for tax breaks and incentives?
Contamination issues?
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Matt Caspari, Chief Executive Officer, Aurora Biofuels
Dr Robert Do, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Solena Group



11.15
Networking Break



11.45
Commercial Viability of Large Scale Algal Biofuel Production

Increasing the yield and productivity of key species of algae
How best to achieve target production costs
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Michael Weaver, Chief Executive Officer, Bionavitas
Fred Tennant, Vice President, Business Development, Petroalgae
And additional speakers to be announced



12.45
Lunch



13.45
Overcoming the Technological Challenges

Manufacturing consistent quality fuel
Finding new methods of getting past ‘shade wall’
Latest technological developments
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Riggs Eckelberry, Founder and President, OriginOil
Cary Bullock, Vice President Business Development, GreenFuel Technologies Corp
And additional speakers to be announced



14.45
Close of Seminar Day





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Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities
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Now in its 4th edition, Next Generation Biofuels Markets offers an integrated solution of brand positioning, business development and face-to-face networking opportunities with senior decision makers.

Connecting you with the right people
With a proven track record of delivering high calibre biofuels producers, Next Generation Biofuels Markets provides the perfect environment for you to do business with leading players under one roof.

First class business opportunities

Generate new high level business contacts
Enhance your company's brand visibility globally
Increase your market share and gain competitive advantage
Reinforce existing partnerships
Find new partners and business opportunities
Cost effective packages to meet your business needs
Our sponsorship and exhibition packages are designed to help you meet your business objectives. If you are looking to win prospective clients, strengthen existing relationships or enhance your company profile, we will help you do so in a cost effective manner.

Contact Nassib Elias for further details
+971 4 214 9558 or +971 50 684 5328
Email: Nassib Elias



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Who will you meet?
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Over 580 biofuels professionals from 36 countries have participated in past editions of Next Generation Biofuels Markets. Our events stand out for the unparalleled number of biofuels producer companies we attract and the level of detail and knowledge reflected in our event programs.

Here’s who you’ll meet at Next Generation Biofuels Markets

Biofuels Producers
Equipment & Technology Solutions
Project Developers/Consultants/
Consulting Engineers
Press
Governmental
Chemical & Agricultural Suppliers
Banks/Investors/Insurance
Universities/Research/Non Profits
Oil/Petroleum/Refining
Feedstock Producers
Associations
Other Corporates
Automotive & Transport
Commodity Traders & Brokers
Here are just some of the companies who have attended in previous years:

ADM, ADW Bio, Agrofuel, Alfalaval, Arizona Chemical, Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corporation, BioGasol, BP Biofuels, British Sugar, Chevron, D1 Oils, Dalmine Energie, De Smet Engineers, DuPont, Dyadic, ENI, Ernst & Young, Essent Energy Trading, Evolva Biotech, Genencor, Global Bioenergy Partnership, Goldman Sachs, Good Energies, Green Biologics, Honeywell Europe, Imperium Renewables, Kreido Biofuels, Masdar Initiative, McKinsey & Co, Neste Oil, Novozymes, POET, PTT Public Company, Rabobank, Reliance Industries, Roland Berger, Royal Nedalco, Scania, Shell, Siemens, Solvay, Statkraft, Statoil Hydro, TPS, UOP, US Renewables Group, Veolia-Proprete, Verenium Corporation


As competition between food and fuel threatens to become a pressing constraint on current biofuels, increasing investment and focus is being directed towards the development of next generation biofuels.

Green Power's 4th next generation biofuels event will bring together key players who are pioneering the development of next generation biofuels to address the latest developments in creating cost competitive, industrial scale production of next generation biofuels technologies.

580 executives from 36 countries have attended our previous Next Generation Biofuels events click here to see who





--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Speakers:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Learn fromleading next generation biofuels experts, including:

Simo Honkanen, Vice President, Renewable Fuels, Neste Oil
Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP

Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta
Dr Vicky Sharpe, President and CEO, NextGen Biofuels Fund, SDTC (Sustainable Development Technology Canada)

Prof Jacob Moulijn, Consultant, Bioecon/Kior
Hideaki Yukawa, Chief Researcher, Microbiology Research Group, RITE


Plus practical case studies, insight and analysis from:

Prof Miriam Sticklen, Professor of Crop and Soil Sciences, MSU
Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL
Jonathan Wolfson, CEO, Solazyme
Jim Bristow, Head of Community Sequencing Programe, JGI (Joint Genome Institute, DOE, USA)
Jef Sharp, CEO, SunEthanol
Michael Persson, Vice President, Dong Energy
Dr George Kosanovich, CEO, Syntec Biofuel
Raffaelo Garofalo, Secretary General, European Biodiesel Board
Eric Apfelbach, President and CEO, Virent
Rob Vierhout, Secretary General, eBIO
Philipp Hasler, Investment Director, EmeraldTechnology Ventures
Emmanuel Petiot, Global Business Development Manager, Novozymes
Patrick Sarrazin, Deputy R&D, IFP
Spencer Swayze, Business Development Manager, Ceres
Dr Martin Stuiver, BASF
Kelly Tiller, Director of External Operations, University of Tennessee ONce of Bioenergy Programs



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Agenda
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day One: 6 October 2008

08.30
Registration and Refreshments

09.00
Chairman's Introduction

Bob Kozak, Founder, Advanced Biofuels USA



Keynote Session: Creation and Commercialisation of Advanced Biofuels

This session will focus on feedstock supply and cost – THE key issues for biofuel producers as the industry moves from pilot schemes to demos and commercial-scale projects.



09.15
Financing and Investing in Next Generation Biofuels

Dr Vicky Sharpe, President and Chief Executive Officer, NextGen Biofuels Fund, SDTC (Sustainable Development Technology Canada)



09.45
The Role of Genome Modified Plants in the Commercialisation of Cellulosic Ethanol

Prof Miriam Sticklen, Professor of Crop and Soil Sciences, MSU



10.15
Interactive discussion session with speakers

10.30
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



11.15
Case Studies: The Growing Popularity of Biocrude – Development of Renewable Transportation Fuels from Biomass

Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP
Prof Jacob Moulijn, Consultant, Bioecon/Kior and Professor of Catalysis Engineering, Delft University of Technology



12.15
Interactive discussion session with speakers

12.30
Networking Lunch and Exhibition Visit



13.40
Keynote Panel: Which Biomass-based Fuel has the Brightest Commercial Future?

Can we really pick definitive technologies yet for 2nd generation?
Are next generation technologies ready for prime time?
The importance of selling blend stocks
Where do we see synergistic possibilities?
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL
Jonathan Wolfson, Chief Executive Officer, Solazyme
Eric Apfelbach, President and Chief Executive Officer, Virent
Jennifer Holmgren, Director of Exploratory and Fundamental Research, UOP
Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta



14.30
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



15.00
Driving the Development of Next Generation Biofuels – A Global Perspective

What's happening in Europe and what is the EU perspective on next generation?
How does the EU actually stimulate development of 2nd generation biofuels?
How are the US, Asia and Europe moving forward – effect of subsidies, incentives on the industry for future growth
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Raffaelo Garofalo, Secretary General, European Biodiesel Board
Rob Vierhout, Secretary General, eBIO
Roland Stein, Associate, Freshfields
John Eustermann, Principal, Stoel Rives



15.50
Finance and Investment Panel

Investment in next generation biofuels – how are people bridging the demonstration plant cost gap? What business models will give appropriate returns?
Has the food versus fuel debate had a knock-on effect and affected the ability to raise money for next generation biofuels?
Cost of feedstock and operating costs
Each speaker will be asked to give a short overview, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Philipp Hasler, Investment Director, Emerald Technology Ventures
And additional speakers to be announced



16.30
Close of Day One followed by Networking Drinks



Day Two: 7 October 2008

08.30
Refreshments and exhibition visit

09.00
Chairman's Introduction



International Developments in Cellulosic Biomass Technologies

The commercialisation of cellulosic ethanol took a big step forward recently when the US adopted a new RFS that requires annual renewable fuels use of 36 billion gallons in 2022, while limiting use of corn-based ethanol to 15 billion gallons and requiring 16 billion gallons to be derived from cellulosic sources.

What is happening in the EU and Asia in comparison
Ambitions to become largely dependant on non-food feedstocks?
Breaking ground in cellulosic ethanol – what are the key challenges globally?
How to create a cost-competitive technology and the importance of economics
Enzyme and application technology – improving cellulosic ethanol enzymes
Price of enzymes – expanding the enzyme business

09.15
Breaking Ground in Cellulosic Ethanol

Speaker to be announced



09.45
International Developments in Cellulosic Biomass Technologies

Emmanuel Petiot, Global Business Development Manager, Novozymes
And partner case study



10.15
International Case Studies

Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Jef Sharp, Chief Executive Officer, SunEthanol
Hideaki Yukawa, Chief Researcher, Microbiology Research Group, RITE (Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth), Japan
Michael Persson, Vice President, Dong Energy



11.15
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



11.45
Synthetic Biofuels and BTL
Synthetic biology for next generation biofuels
Delivering next generation biofuels through synthetic biology
Promoting the next generation of biomass technologies
Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Simo Honkanen, Vice President, Renewable Fuels, Neste Oil
Dr George Kosanovich, Chief Executive Officer, Syntec Biofuel
Dr Ingo Drescher, ASFE (Alliance for Synthetic Fuels)



12.45
Networking Lunch and Exhibition Visit



13.45
Harnessing the Full Potential of Plant Biotechnology and Energy Crops

Developing a framework for bioenergy crops – different business models for crops grown in different conditions and in different locations – where are we and where are we heading?
Biotech – design of high-yielding dedicated energy crops
Plant feedstock genomics for biofuels
Each speaker will be asked to give a short presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Dr Ian Jepson, Head of Biofuels R&D, Syngenta
Patrick Sarrazin, Deputy R&D, IFP
Spencer Swayze, Business Development Manager, Ceres
Dr Martin Stuiver, BASF



Smart Crops for Smart Biofuels

14.45
Case Study: Growing Switchgrass on a Large Scale to Supply Biorefineries

Dr Kelly Tiller, Director of External Operations, University of Tennessee, Office of Bioenergy Programs



15.05
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit



15.35
Case Study: Sorghum for Ethanol Production

Senior Representative, Renergie Inc (awaiting final confirmation)



15.55
Case Study: The Use of Liquid Biofuels in CHP Stations

Niklas Haga, Liquid Fuel Specialist, Wartsila Finland Oy



Biofuels: Beyond Corn – Gene Sequencing

16.15
Case Study: Gene Sequencing

Jim Bristow, Head of Community Sequencing Programe, JGI (Joint Genome Institute, DOE, USA)



4th Generation Biofuels – Bio-Energy with Carbon Storage

16.35
Developments in Plant Biology and Biotechnology in Carbon Capture and Storage Techniques

Speaker to be announced



Biorefining Technology and Capabilities

16.55
Roadmap to Next Generation Biorefineries

Speaker to be announced



17.25
Close of Day Two


Focused seminar day, 8th October

Algae for Advanced Biofuels
Engineering and Optimisation of Algae for Advanced Biofuels

Algae is considered to be a promising source of renewable oil which can be processed and reRned into a variety of transportation fuels. This in depth one day seminar will examine how quickly algae is emerging as a sustainable, viable, low cost feedstock for the biofuels industry. A variety of key players will share their knowledge and understanding of this rapidly evolvingmarket.

09.00
Registration & Refreshments

09.30
Chairman's Introduction



09.45
Algae as the Ultimate Biomass Source

What does the business model look like?
Growing this opportunity to achieve commercial success
Identifying best suitable algae strains
Dr Al Darzins, Director of Research Centre for Biofuels, NREL



10.15
Algae for Advanced Biofuels – New Products and Markets

Costs of production?
Controlling environmental conditions?
Need for tax breaks and incentives?
Contamination issues?
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Matt Caspari, Chief Executive Officer, Aurora Biofuels
Dr Robert Do, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Solena Group



11.15
Networking Break



11.45
Commercial Viability of Large Scale Algal Biofuel Production

Increasing the yield and productivity of key species of algae
How best to achieve target production costs
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Michael Weaver, Chief Executive Officer, Bionavitas
Fred Tennant, Vice President, Business Development, Petroalgae
And additional speakers to be announced



12.45
Lunch



13.45
Overcoming the Technological Challenges

Manufacturing consistent quality fuel
Finding new methods of getting past ‘shade wall’
Latest technological developments
Each presenter will give a presentation, followed by an interactive discussion session with speakers:

Riggs Eckelberry, Founder and President, OriginOil
Cary Bullock, Vice President Business Development, GreenFuel Technologies Corp
And additional speakers to be announced



14.45
Close of Seminar Day





--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now in its 4th edition, Next Generation Biofuels Markets offers an integrated solution of brand positioning, business development and face-to-face networking opportunities with senior decision makers.

Connecting you with the right people
With a proven track record of delivering high calibre biofuels producers, Next Generation Biofuels Markets provides the perfect environment for you to do business with leading players under one roof.

First class business opportunities

Generate new high level business contacts
Enhance your company's brand visibility globally
Increase your market share and gain competitive advantage
Reinforce existing partnerships
Find new partners and business opportunities
Cost effective packages to meet your business needs
Our sponsorship and exhibition packages are designed to help you meet your business objectives. If you are looking to win prospective clients, strengthen existing relationships or enhance your company profile, we will help you do so in a cost effective manner.

Contact Nassib Elias for further details
+971 4 214 9558 or +971 50 684 5328
Email: Nassib Elias



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Who will you meet?
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Over 580 biofuels professionals from 36 countries have participated in past editions of Next Generation Biofuels Markets. Our events stand out for the unparalleled number of biofuels producer companies we attract and the level of detail and knowledge reflected in our event programs.

Here’s who you’ll meet at Next Generation Biofuels Markets

Biofuels Producers
Equipment & Technology Solutions
Project Developers/Consultants/
Consulting Engineers
Press
Governmental
Chemical & Agricultural Suppliers
Banks/Investors/Insurance
Universities/Research/Non Profits
Oil/Petroleum/Refining
Feedstock Producers
Associations
Other Corporates
Automotive & Transport
Commodity Traders & Brokers
Here are just some of the companies who have attended in previous years:

ADM, ADW Bio, Agrofuel, Alfalaval, Arizona Chemical, Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corporation, BioGasol, BP Biofuels, British Sugar, Chevron, D1 Oils, Dalmine Energie, De Smet Engineers, DuPont, Dyadic, ENI, Ernst & Young, Essent Energy Trading, Evolva Biotech, Genencor, Global Bioenergy Partnership, Goldman Sachs, Good Energies, Green Biologics, Honeywell Europe, Imperium Renewables, Kreido Biofuels, Masdar Initiative, McKinsey & Co, Neste Oil, Novozymes, POET, PTT Public Company, Rabobank, Reliance Industries, Roland Berger, Royal Nedalco, Scania, Shell, Siemens, Solvay, Statkraft, Statoil Hydro, TPS, UOP, US Renewables Group, Veolia-Proprete, Verenium Corporation






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