Following the success of last year’s conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with exclusive site visits to BTG-BTL Empyro Pyrolysis Plant & Bioprocess Pilot Facility (BPF) we are delighted to be hosting Lignofuels 2019 Conference on 13th & 14th February in Oslo, Norway.
Now on its 11th edition, the two day conference will once again bring together key lignofuels stakeholders to join our forum discussions and networking, including leaders from advanced generation biofuels companies from across the globe represented by Technical, Strategic and Business Development Executives from First and Advanced Generation Biofuels Producers, Oil Refiners, Process Technology Providers, Enzyme Developers, Engineering Firms and Agribusiness as well as Financiers, Investors, Policy & Regulators, Automotive & Aviation Industries, Consultants, Traders & Brokers and Chemical Companies.
With its interactive format and numerous networking breaks it will also provide a senior level platform for representatives of the entire value chain, allowing attendees to benefit from excellent networking opportunities.
In addition to the main two day event on Tuesday, 12th of February, a day prior the conference, limited number of conference delegates will have a unique opportunity to join an exclusive site visit to the Borregaard’s biorefinery production facility in Sarpsborg, Norway. There is no extra charge to join the site visit, although places are limited and allocated to the conference delegates on first come first served basis.
- Advanced Biofuels Market Overview: Key Developments & Legislitive Updates
- Feedstock Supply & Flexible Solutions for Different Types of Feedstocks
- Latest Technological Innovations Advancing the Industry
- Cellulosic Ethanol Production: Demonstration Plant Case Studies
- Pretreatment of Lignocellulosic Biomass: Design Considerations vs Operational Challenges
- Biofuels & Beyond: How can Industries Work Together?
- Regional Focus: The Nordics
- Latest Developments with Biofuels for the Marine Industry
- Life Cycle Analysis & Sustainable Certification of Feedstock & Products
- Transport Fuels Derived from Lignocellulosic Feedstock: Land Sea & Air
- Large Scale Production: Key Parameters to Scaling up & Commercialisation