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Earlybird Discount 15%*DAY ONE: 15th March 2022

9.00 Welcoming remarks from the Chair:
Angel Alvarez Alberdi, Secretary General, EWABA

9.05 The role of biofuels as part of the Energy Transition
Olivier Macé, Biofuels Director, Independent Consultant

9.35 Impact of the EU Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) on biofuels demand: a choice of quality over quantity
Theo Zisis, Senior Oil Demand Analyst, EMEARC Refining and Oil Products Markets, Wood Mackenzie

10.05 Cellulosic biofuels and contribution of biomass based biofuels to decarbonization of transport
Dario Giordano, International Development and Licensing, Licensing Green Chemistry Manager, Versalis

Bureau Veritas10.35 Networking break
kindly sponsored by Bureau Veritas

11.00 EU Biofuels Outlook 2020-2050: impact of covid-19 and European Green Deal

  • Regulatory biofuel demand drivers including RED II, FQD and national blending mandates
  • Impact of European Green Deal and Covid-19 on the abovementioned
  • Effect of changing base pools and feedstock limits on FAME, HVO, ethanol and biomethane markets
  • Detailed quantitative supply and demand outlook for individual countries as well as European aggregate

Cornelius Claeys, Analyst, Fuel & Transport, Stratas Advisors

11.30 Case study: the role of renewable diesel in a low carbon future
Ilkka Räsänen, VP of Public Affairs, Neste

12.00 Technology to produce cellulosic bioethanol from agricultural and forest residues
Mallikarjun Navalgund, Business Development, Europe (Advanced Biofuels and Chemicals), Praj

12.30 Moving Fuel forward: the advantages of waste biodiesel
Michael Fiedler-Panajotopoulos, Public Affairs Director, Renewable Energy Group

Technoilogy1.00 Networking lunch
kindly sponsored by Technoilogy

2.00 Subject to be announced
Mark Brantley, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Worley

2.25 Emerging risks for ethanol trade
Eddie Tofpik, Head of Technical Analysis & Senior Markets Analyst, ADM

3.00 An analysis of European legislation for 2030 – compliance with RED II
Xavier Noyon, Secretary General, European Biodiesel Board

Bureau Veritas3.25 Networking break
kindly sponsored by Bureau Veritas

3.50 Importance of biofuels to the Green Deal
Emmanuel Desplechin, Secretary-General, ePure

4.15 Land Use and Biodiversity Criteria for Biofuel Feedstocks required by Canada’s Clean Fuel Standard
Logan Leduc, Project Officer, Environment and Climate Change Canada

4.45 Subject to be announced.
Larissa Perotta, Technology Team Manager – Bio Technology Group, Clean Fuels, Bio, Olefins & Gas Business Line, Process Licensing Business Unit – AXENS

Emmission Analytics5.15 Networking drinks with the Biogas & Biomass participants
kindly sponsored by Emmission Analytics

DAY TWO: 16th March 2022

9.00 Welcoming remarks from the Chair
Ausilio Bauen, Director, e4Tech

9.05 How has the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the Biofuels landscape
Andrew Murfin, General Manager, Advanced Biofuels Shell

9.30 Advanced Biofuels and their role in the Decarbonisation of Transport in 2030 and beyond
Luc Pelkmans, Technical Coordinator - IEA Bioenergy

Bureau Veritas9.55 Networking break
kindly sponsored by Bureau Veritas

10.20 Prospect for biofuels in the maritime sector
Ausilio Bauen, Director, e4Tech

10.45 Advanced Biofuels a new business segment in traditional forest industry
Henrik Brodin, Business Development Manager, Sodra

11.40 Case study: Implementing sustainable aviation fuels on a global scale
Onofre Andrade, Senior Research Coordinator – Sustainable Aviation Fuels, Boeing Research & Technology

12.05 Latest developments in Sustainable Aviation Fuel

  • - How has Covid-19 impacted progress regarding sustainable aviation

Robert Boyd, Head of Sustainable Aviation Fuels, IATA

12.30 The opportunities and challenges of developing a commercial scale aviation biofuel plant
Sjoerd Raijmans, Project Lead – Future Fuels, Sky NRG

12.55 Amsterdam: Your home for renewable fuels
Joey van Elswijk, Commercial Manager, Port of Amsterdam

Technoilogy1.20 Networking lunch
kindly sponsored by Technoilogy

2.20 Opening remarks from the Chair

2.30 Vision of the end-user: how airlines can participate in the scale-up of largescale aviation biofuels

  • Responding to the challenge of achievable economics & availability
  • What does sustainability mean for an airline?
  • Exploring the French Road Map
  • The SAF Green Deal – how does it work?
  • Defining the regulatory framework in France by 2022

Sandra Leymonerie-Combet, Head of AFKL New Energies, Air France

3.00 Making jet fuels a reality
Babette Pettersen, VP Europe, LanzaTech

3.30 Producing ethanol & butanol from H20, sunlight & CO2

  • Phocatalytic process using atomic quantum clusters (developed by NANOGAP) and sunlight to produce green H2 (without the needs of electricity, just sunlight and the photoreactor
  • Bioelectrochemical or fermentation process (studying both possibilities) using CO2 and with enhanced bacteria modified by CRISPR-Cas tool.

Ignacio Herraez, Commercial Representative, Nanogap

4.00 End of conference

Speaker Biographies

Mark E. Brantley

Mark E. Brantley
President for Europe, Middle East and Africa

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Mark is Worley’s president for Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is responsible for developing the growth portfolio and sustainability roadmap for these regions.

Mark uses his 30 years of experience in the EPC industry in refining and chemicals, upstream, midstream and mining industries to work in partnership with our customers on their energy transition journeys including low-carbon fuels.

Luc Pelkmans

Luc Pelkmans
Managing Director
CAPREA Sustainable Solutions

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Luc Pelkmans is Technical Coordinator of the IEA Bioenergy Technology Cooperation Program and managing director of the consultancy company CAPREA Sustainable Solutions. He graduated as MSc in mechanical engineering in 1994 and worked for the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) from 1996 until 2017 as project manager on alternative transport fuels and drivetrains, biofuels, bioenergy, and biobased economy.

Eddie Tofpik

Eddie Tofpik
The Society of Technical Analysts

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Eddie started in the markets in 1980 and has worked on trading desks in Bullion, Energy, Agricultural, Softs, Metals Futures & Options. In the late 1980’s he added FX, Equities and Fixed Income to his abilities and by 1990 he’d managed desks in all of these. He joined Esprit Brokers (precursor to ADMISI) in 1991 to develop FX business & started the 24 Hour FX Desk. By 2018, after 27 successful years as Head of FX he moved over to a new role as Head of Technical Analysis and Senior Markets Analyst. Eddie is a Director of The Society of Technical Analysts in the UK. He’s also a Member of ACI-UK (the FX dealers association) and an Associate Member of the CISI. Eddie publishes ‘Eddie’s Crayons…’ Technical Analysis reviews on FX and commodity futures markets. He regularly speaks at conferences and on TV & radio.

ADM Investor Services International Limited (ADMISI) is a full service brokerage company with a 106 year history in London & international markets. ADMISI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland (UK) Limited & indirectly a wholly-owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company of the U.S.

Theo Zisis

Theo Zisis
Member of the Oil & NGLs research team
Wood Mackenzie

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Theo joined Wood Mackenzie in November 2019 and is a member of the Oil & NGLs research team based in the London Office. He is responsible for working primarily on oil demand modelling and forecasting for the EMEARC region. He is also responsible for our European biofuels market outlook.

Prior to working with Wood Mackenzie, Theo spent five years at Centrica where he was Senior Fundamentals Analyst in the Group Economics and Fundamentals Team. Among Theo's responsibilities at Centrica was the building and maintenance of models projecting global crude oil supply/demand balances and price. He was responsible for the analysis behind, and presentation of, the macro economic and oil sections of their monthly and half-yearly reports.

Theo holds a degree in economics from the University of Macedonia in Greece and a masters in energy, trade and finance from Cass Business School in London. He is currently undertaking data science courses which further supplement his academic qualifications.

Robert Boyd

Robert Boyd
Assistant Director, Aviation Environment
Air Transport Association (IATA)

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Robert joined the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in 2013 and holds the position of Assistant Director, Aviation Environment. IATA is the trade association representing more than 290 commercial airlines and he leads IATA’s work on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). A key focus is to accelerate the global deployment of SAF while addressing policy, economic, sustainability and logistic challenges. Robert serves as a member of the United Nations ICAO Fuels Task Group, with particular focus on how SAF will be recognized under CORSIA. He is also a Director and Treasurer of the Round Table on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB). Robert’s studies include a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and post graduate studies in Applied Finance. In 2008 he earned a Master’s in Business Economics from the University of Queensland. Prior to joining IATA Robert was the Head Economist for Virgin Australia Airlines.

Olly Macé

Olivier Macé
Biofuels Director
Independent Consultant

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Until the end of December 2020, Olivier (Olly) Macé is Biofuels Director for bp fuels supply & midstream Europe, responsible for the biofuels commercial performance in the region. Olly has worked in the Downstream Oil and Biofuels sectors for the last 30 years, holding a variety of roles across Refining, Trading, Supply & Logistics, Fuels and Lubricants Sales, Finance, Strategy etc. In 2006, BP launched the BP Biofuels organisation, aimed at developing a large-scale biofuels business based on advanced technologies and production assets. Olly joined BP Biofuels at its inception and held various managerial positions between 2006 and 2013, including Regional Director Europe & Africa and Global Head of Strategy, Regulatory Affairs & Communication. During this period, bp made a number of significant investments in the biofuels sector, most notably the acquisition of three ethanol plants in Brazil which are now part of the BP-Bunge Bioenergia JV.

Olly will retire from bp at the end of 2020 but intends to remain involved in the Biofuels sector as an independent.

Dario Giordano

Dario Giordano
Green Chemistry Licensing Manager

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Dario Giordano has been Green Chemistry Licensing Manager at Versalis since November 2018.

After graduating in Chemical Engineering at Turin Polytechnic, he joined Mossi and Ghisolfi (M&G) Group in 1990 and he had several management responsibility and covered several positions.

He has been VP R&D and Technology and member of the Executive Committee of M&G Group.

Since April 2015, Dario served as Chief Executive Officer of Beta Renewables S.p.A, leading the licensing activities of proprietary technology (PROESA ®) for the production of second generation ethanol and conversion of biomass to sugar.

Following the acquisition by Versalis of M&G Bio Perimeter on November 1st 2018, Dario joined Versalis and is in charge of licensing activities related to Green Chemistry.

Sjoerd Raijmans

Sjoerd Raijmans
Project Lead – Future Fuels

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As a Project Lead within the Future Fuels team, Sjoerd is heading several early-stage projects which aim to develop commercial-scale SAF production capacity.

Emmanuel Desplechin

Emmanuel Desplechin

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Emmanuel leads the ePURE team, which he first joined in 2013 as Director of Government Affairs responsible for energy and environmental affairs. Before coming to ePURE, Emmanuel was Senior Manager for Public Affairs with Novozymes. His career in public affairs and advocacy also includes positions with UNICA, the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, and the Industrial Ethanol Association. He holds a Master’s Degree from the Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux and an LL.M in European Law from the University Carlos III of Madrid. A French citizen, Emmanuel also speaks English and Spanish.

Xavier Noyon

Xavier Noyon
Secretary General
European Biodiesel Board

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Xavier, a French citizen, holds masters in both law and public affairs from France and Germany. Prior to joining EBB as Secretary General, Xavier held a similar job in another organisation in the renewable energy field. Most recently, he has created the EU office of PEFC International the global certification for sustainable forest management and traceability.

Henrik Brodin

Henrik Brodin
Business Development Manager

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Mr Brodin is responsible for business development, strategy and public affairs in the energy sector at the Swedish forest company Södra since 2016 and Program Director of A Fossil Free Södra. He is also a member both of the Silva Green Fuel and the Swedish Bioenergy Association board. He hold a Master in Business Administration and had previously been commercial responsible of the Södra Groups energy business during several years. Södra is the largest forest owner association in Sweden with traditional forest industry operations such as saw and pulp mills. Södra opened 2020 the world’s first commercial Biomethanol plant from lignocellulosic biomass, builds a demo plant together with Statkraft to produce advanced biofuels from biomass and is owner of tall oil diesel producer SunPine.

Mallikarjun Navalgund

Mallikarjun Navalgund
Business Development, Europe (Advanced Biofuels and Chemicals)

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By training he is a Chemical Engineer with over 38 years’ diverse experience in design, engineering, project management, business development and leading start-ups in the industrial biotech space. He has over twenty years of experience managing multi-national teams across the full life-cycle of international businesses right from the stage of identifying and creating customer value to long term partnerships. Currently he leads Praj’s business development efforts in Europe for the Advanced Biofuels and bio-chemicals business.

Cornelius Claeys

Cornelius Claeys
Analyst, Fuel & Transport
Stratas Advisors

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Cornelius is a Brussels-based senior analyst responsible for biofuels, electric vehicles and alternative fuels in Europe. Before joining Stratas, he built up experience in the European Commission’s DG Trade, Brussels-based think tanks and international energy media. Cornelius has a Degree in Applied Economics: Business Engineering and a Master in European Studies from the University of Leuven. Born in Belgium, he is fluent in Dutch, English, French and Spanish.

Ignacio Herraez

Ignacio Herraez
Commercial Representative

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Ignacio Herraez is sales engineer at NANOGAP, Spanish R&D company in the field of nanomaterials. His role within the company is focused in the sales department of nanoparticles, nanofibers and Atomic Quantum Clusters, mostly creating Custom Product Development projects hand in hand with customers within the petrochemical, and chemical industry. He is also the innovation manager within BACTOFUEL project, a multidisciplinary project which aim is to produce biofuels from sunlight, water, CO2 and bacterium to be used in the transport sector. He is responsible for the dissemination and exploitation of the results, which target is to reach commercialisation faster than expected. He graduated as Msc in chemical engineer, and currently undertaking a Msc in Biotechnology. Prior to work in the nanotechnology sector, he has worked as application engineer, export manager and project manager in the industrial sector for 7 years.

Angel Alvarez Alberdi

Angel Alvarez Alberdi
Secretary General

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Angel Alvarez Alberdi is the Secretary General of the European Waste-to-Advanced Biofuels Association (EWABA) since its creation in 2013. EWABA is a Brussels-based trade association defending the interests of the waste-based biodiesel industry using feedstocks such as used cooking oil (UCO), animal fats and other advanced wastes and residues to produce sustainable biofuels with high greenhouse gas savings.

Angel has been working in EU government and institutional affairs in Brussels for over 12 years, with a particular focus on energy and transport matters and EU legislative procedures. He started his career with a stint at the European Commission’s Secretariat General, to then work for an international public affairs consultancy, the EU trade association European Biodiesel Board, and a global law firm. A lawyer by training, Angel holds an M.A. in European Interdisciplinary Studies with a major in EU Governance from the College of Europe.

Andrew Murfin

Andrew Murfin
General Manager
Advanced Biofuels Shell

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Andrew Murfin joined Alternative Energies in 2009 and was appointed GM Advanced Biofuels at the beginning of 2013. In his current role, he has global accountability for the delivery of an advanced biofuels manufacturing business. He has over 25 years’ commercial, project and technology implementation experience.

Prior to his current role, Andrew was in Canada, developing a proposed project to deliver a cellulosic ethanol facility in conjunction with government funding and technology providers. Previously, he was Project Director of the now operational $3bn London Array offshore wind project in the UK.

Andrew has worked in the renewable energy field since 2001 and joined Shell in 2003. Prior to joining Shell, he held a number of senior positions in UK electricity and gas utilities.

He spent much of his early career in a range of commercial, mergers and acquisitions, new business development and trading roles in the UK utility industry. Andrew has a first degree in Electro Mechanical Engineering, is a Fellow of the Energy Institute and a Chartered Engineer.

Babette Pettersen

Babette Pettersen
VP Europe

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Babette is the Vice President, Europe for LanzaTech, a pioneer in gas fermentation technology. LanzaTech converts carbon-rich gas streams into value-added products using proprietary microbes that feed on gases to provide economic routes to ethanol, jet fuel and chemicals. LanzaTech technology feeds on a variety of gases, including industrial off-gases from steel, and syngas from municipal solid waste (MSW) and biomass to reduce carbon emissions from industry, while producing platform chemicals that serve as building blocks to consumer products such as plastics, fuels and synthetic fibers. Products made from recycled carbon from industrial emissions reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by over 70% when compared to equivalent products derived from fossil fuels.

Before joining LanzaTech, Babette was Director of Business Development at Ginkgo Bioworks, an early stage leader in synthetic biology. Prior to this, Babette was the Chief Business Development Officer at Capricorn Venture Partners, a European manager of venture capital and equity funds, Chief Commercial Officer for BioAmber, a market leader in renewable chemicals, and VP New Business Development for Performance Materials at Royal DSM. Prior to this, Babette held Marketing & New Business Development roles in different industry groups for over 20 years at Dow Corning.

Babette has a BSc in Biology from Wellesley College, USA and an MBA from INSEAD, France. She lives and works in Brussels, Belgium, and is on the Board of the United Fund of Belgium which helps disadvantaged people and those with disabilities, by investing in projects that improve their situation and their social integration.

Michael Fiedler-Panajotopoulos

Michael Fiedler-Panajotopoulos
Public Affairs Director
Renewable Energy Group

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Ilkka Räsänen

Ilkka Räsänen
VP of Public Affairs

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Larissa Perotta

Larissa Perotta
Technology Team Manager – Bio Technology Group

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Larissa Perotta is Technology Team Manager within the Bio Technology Group of Axens.

Larissa started her career in Axens in 2010 as Process Engineer, where she could participate in various refining & petrochemical projects. During this period, she was also deeply involved in the Cellulosic Ethanol technology development and participated in pilot plant operation and full-scale industrial unit design. In 2014 she has joined the dedicated Technology Group she manages today, created by Axens to promote its technological solutions for the production of alternative fuels and chemical intermediates, where she entirely dedicated to Cellulosic Ethanol and Hydrogenation of Renewable Lipids technologies proposals.

She holds a Chemical Engineering Degree from Universidade Federal do Parana and a Master in Chemical Engineering and Refining from the IFP School.

Joey van Elswijk

Joey van Elswijk
Commercial Manager
Port of Amsterdam

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As commercial manager renewable fuels at Port of Amsterdam, Joey van Elswijk is responsible for the settlement and expansion of renewable fuel production facilities in the port. The development of its renewable fuel cluster is a key strategic objective for the Port of Amsterdam. Joey is engaged in multiple projects varying from biobased to power-to-liquid fuel production.

Dr Ausilio Bauen

Dr Ausilio Bauen

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Ausilio is a Director of E4tech, a leading strategy consultancy focused on sustainable energy, now part of ERM the largest global pure play sustainability consultancy. He has over 25 years’ experience working with private and public sector clients on opportunities and risks in sustainable energy and related business strategy and policy. In particular, Ausilio advises energy and automotive companies, technology developers, industry associations and governments on growth and sustainability aspects of low carbon fuels. His assignments range from the assessment of specific biofuels technologies and supply chains, and the modelling of their technical, economic and environmental aspects, to the development of innovation, business and policy agendas. Ausilio has recently been advising multi-stakeholder organisations such as the Oil & Gas Climate Initiative and the World Economic Forum. He is part of advisory panels for a range of organisations and initiatives including the EC’s Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda, UK Department for Transport technology demonstration grant competitions (Advance Biofuels Demonstration Competition, Fuels for Freight and Flight Competition, and Green Fuels Green Skies Competition), IEA's Bioenergy Roadmap Advisory Group, and the Climate Bonds Initiative's Technical Working Group on bioenergy. Ausilio is also a Principal Research Fellow at Imperial College London, and holds degrees in Physics and Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Environmental Technology with Energy Policy from Imperial College, and a PhD on techno-economic and environmental aspects of biomass energy from King’s College London. He has spent time working in the UK, Switzerland and Brazil, and speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

Sponsors & Exhibitors


Clariant is a focused, sustainable and innovative specialty chemical company, based in Muttenz near Basel/Switzerland. The company reports in three business areas: Care Chemicals, Catalysis and Natural Resources.

Clariant Functional Minerals
1,000+ needs, shaped up into a single solution: Bentonite. Clariant’s Functional Minerals business unit is a world- leading provider of bentonite and synthetic material-based specialty products and solutions. The tailored products are designed to enhance products and processes in various industries. From mining the raw materials to processing them to tailoring them into customer-specific solutions, we provide you with 360° of service across the entire value chain.

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Worley delivers project and asset services for the energy, chemicals and resources sectors around the world. It provides expertise in engineering, procurement and construction, as well as consulting services. Every day Worley helps its customers get one step closer to solving our planet’s complex issues, such as climate change, the energy transition, digital transformation and how to deliver a more sustainable world.

Axens is a worldwide group that provides a complete range of solutions for the conversion of oil and biomass to cleaner fuels, for the production and purification of major petrochemical intermediates as well as for gas treatment and conversion options. The offer includes technologies, equipment, furnaces, modular units, catalysts, adsorbents and related services.

Axens is ideally positioned to cover the entire value chain, from feasibility study to unit start-up and follow-up throughout the entire unit cycle life. This unique position ensures the highest level of performance with a reduced environmental footprint.


Praj, India’s most accomplished process engineering company in the Bioeconomy, is driven by innovation and integration capabilities. Over the past three decades, Praj has focused on the environment, energy, and agri-process industry, with over 750 customer references spanning 75 countries across 5 continents. 

Bio-mobilityTM and Bio-PrismTM are the mainstays of Praj’s contribution to the global Bioeconomy. The Bio-Mobility portfolio offers technology solutions globally to produce renewable transportation fuel, thus ensuring sustainable decarbonization through circular bioeconomy. The company’s Bio-PrismTM portfolio comprises of renewable chemicals and materials solutions, promises sustainability, while reimagining nature. 

Praj’s diverse portfolio comprises - 

1. Bio-energy – a complete suite of solutions for ethanol industry viz. multi-feed multi-product plants, modernization of existing plants, renewable fuels like iso-butanol etc. 

2. Renewable natural gas (RNG) - Supply of complete turnkey plants along with T-EPC (Technology - Engineering, Procurement & Construction) for production of RNG from agri residues like rice/wheat straw, corn cobs & industrial waste like sugar factory press mud and distillery spent wash. 

3. High purity water solutions – Praj HiPurity Systems Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary, provides high purity water solutions to pharma, biotech, cosmetics and F&B industries 

4. Engineering led businesses

a. Critical process equipment & skids – leveraging its engineering and manufacturing capabilities, this business caters to the global oil & gas and related downstream sectors 

b. Brewery engineering – Praj has been a trusted partner for global brewers with its integrated and energy efficient brewery plants and systems 

c. Zero Liquid Discharge Systems.

Praj Matrix, the state-of-the-art R&D facility, forms the backbone for the company’s endeavours towards a clean energy-based Bioeconomy. 

Praj has offices in Thailand, Philippines, USA apart from a robust R&D and manufacturing base in India.

Leading player in renewable energy
By 2025, the port of Amsterdam wants to be a leading European seaport, leading the transition to a sustainable society. In order to remain an energy port in the future, we are looking for new cargo flows and ways to generate sustainable energy. The port is accelerating the production of renewable energy products, such as biofuels and biochemicals.

BioPark is thé development location for producers of renewable fuels in the port of Amsterdam. BioPark, 20 hectares in size, has a good infrastructure, a deep sea quay and terminals within easy reach for the storage and transport of feedstock and products.

Excellent connections
The port of Amsterdam has a well-equipped sea-entrance and excellent hinterland connections by water, rail, road and underground pipelines. This, together with the unique location within the world’s largest international energy hub ARA (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp), makes the port of Amsterdam an ideal location for biofuels.

Technip Energies is a leading Engineering & Technology company for the energy transition, with leadership positions in LNG, hydrogen and ethylene as well as growing market positions in blue and green hydrogen, sustainable chemistry and CO2 management. The company benefits from its robust project delivery model supported by extensive technology, products and services offering.

Operating in 34 countries, our 15,000 people are fully committed to bringing our client’s innovative projects to life, breaking boundaries to accelerate the energy transition for a better tomorrow.


Emmisions Analytic
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Emissions Analytics is an independent real-world emissions and laboratory testing specialist with global operations. We benchmark the real-world efficacy of biofuels on various applications from passenger cars to non-road mobile machinery. Lab services include compound analysis and discovery through two-dimensional GCxGC with TOF-MS to separate compounds from C2 to C44 and identify at the parts-per-billion level.


Bureau Veritas
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About Bureau Veritas – a business to business to society company

Bureau Veritas is a world leader in laboratory testing, inspection and certification services. Created in 1828, the Group has more than 75,000 employees located in more than 1,600 offices and laboratories around the globe. Bureau Veritas helps its clients improve their performance by offering services and innovative solutions, in order to ensure that their assets, products, infrastructure and processes meet standards and regulations in terms of quality, health and safety, environmental protection and social responsibility.


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TECHNOILOGY is an international engineering company based in Italy and specialized in the design and manufacturing of industrial plants for Edible Oils Extraction and Refinery, Biodiesel Production, Waste oils Pre-treatment, Olechemicals and Used Mineral Oil Refining. The company is owned by BERNARDINI family active in the Oils & Fats industry since 1950. TECHNOILOGY has an important know-how in vegetable oil Processing and low ghrade materials Pre-Treatment for Biofuel Production (HVO and Methyl-ester) and is equipped with two laboratories where specific trials are carried out on low quality feedstocks such as Animal Fats, POME, Used Cooking Oil, PFAD, Acid oil and others.


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Leaf benefits from Lesaffre’s expertise to develop fermentation solutions for industrial manufacturers looking to reduce their environmental footprint. Our focus is to offer innovative fermentation solutions to exceed the technical and economical expectations of our partners worldwide.

Industrial ethanol solutions: A comprehensive range of yeasts and yeast products complemented and supported by our team of technical experts in ethanol production.

Industrial biotech services: Development of economically viable fermentation solutions for the substitution of petro-based molecules or the creation of new renewable molecules.


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Founded in 2004, Belarusian Universal Commodity Exchange (BUCE) is the only commodity exchange in Belarus and one of the largest spot exchanges in Europe with over 25 thousand registered members in 64 countries.

Along with metal, timber and agricultural products, BUCE also allows trading industrial and consumer goods serving as an e-commerce platform. Commodities are traded as non-standard lots with negotiable terms of payment and physical delivery. In addition, BUCE offers business matchmaking services as well as data and analytics on the exchange commodity market.

Since 2011, BUCE is an authorized operator of an E-procurement platform that enables domestic and foreign companies to vie for government contracts. An electronic trading platform for government property is also available.

TECHNOILOGY is an international engineering company based in Italy and specialized in the design and manufacturing of industrial plants for Edible Oils Extraction and Refinery, Biodiesel Production, Waste oils Pre-treatment, Olechemicals and Used Mineral Oil Refining. The company is owned by BERNARDINI family active in the Oils & Fats industry since 1950. TECHNOILOGY has an important know-how in vegetable oil Processing and low ghrade materials Pre-Treatment for Biofuel Production (HVO and Methyl-ester) and is equipped with two laboratories where specific trials are carried out on low quality feedstocks such as Animal Fats, POME, Used Cooking Oil, PFAD, Acid oil and others.

The Oil Market Journal was founded with the aim of providing large volume oil buyers with reliable intraday assessments on Rotterdam Spot Market trading.

The OMJ has expanded rapidly and today offers a broad range of biofuel and feedstock prices, news and analysis. Product pricing includes feedstocks such as Used Cooking Oil, Tallow, FAME, Ethanol, Bean Oil, Rapeseed, Soy and Methanol amongst others.

Compare key spot prices, forward curves and differentials on the innovative, easy to use and fully customisable OMJ website.

The company is managed by a team of experienced oil and technology professionals and has a proven track record of combining accurate market analysis with reliable intra price assessments and innovative technologies.

Stardust has been a global supplier of anti-counterfeiting and anti-diversion solutions to brand owners and government agencies for over 22 years. Its focus is on R&D of luminescent materials used as markers for protection of brand and supply chain integrity including sustainable sourcing. The markers are introduced to become inseparable part of the product or its packaging and to form a layered covert/forensic security feature identifiable with dedicated instrumentation. Among its diverse projects, Stardust is active in tax stamps and banknotes offering economical, reliable, and versatile solutions that have never been defeated.

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The portfolio of BARTEC BENKE includes a full line of vertically integrated online analyzers, sample systems and shelters. It is their aim, in close cooperation with their customers, to develop new solutions and to set new standards with outstanding analyzers. BARTEC BENKE configure the devices according to the specific process requirements of their customers. Their experts advise and guide you from concept to completion of your project analysis, worldwide

We have a number of cost-effective options to suit all budgets. To discuss please contact:
/ +44 203 551 5751


Bioenergy Insight
RSB Bioenergy Australia
EWABA Bundesverband Bioenergie e.V.
European Biodiesel Board GreenAir
Krajowa Izba Biopaliw EABA
Federación Nacional de Biocombustibles de Colombia  

Advanced Biofuels USA F&L Asia
Alternative Energy Africa Magazine
BioRefineries Blog greenea
Biofuels Digest German Biofuel Portal
Magazyn Biomasa Ethanol Producer Magazine
Biodiesel Magazine actualidad
Energybss worldoils
Green Journal Green Match
REVOLVE energy central



Hotel Le Plaza
Blvd Adolphe Max 118-126
B-1000 Brussels

for discounted
delegate rooms



Save €1,395 - 3 for 2* -Only pay for 2 delegates when registering 3 from your companyThe 2022 delegate rates start from €699 for one day or €1,395 for 2 days.

All fees include lunches, networking functions and post event access to presentations.

Earlybird Discount 15%*Please note that delegates have full access to both the Bioenergy Conferences and the Biofuels International Conference at no extra cost. You only need to register once for all events.

OUR COVID-19 GUARANTEEIf you would like to attend any of the other conferences please let us know so we can plan space requirements accordingly.

Fill in the form below to register as a delegate for the Biofuels International Conference & Expo, 15 & 16 March 2022, Brussels and we will process your application accordingly.

Don’t delay as spaces are limited.

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*100% refund to all exhibitors/sponsors/delegates should the event be cancelled due to Covid-19

2019 Review

Read Bioenergy Insight’s event review here


event queries & information:
Tracy Whitehead | Marketing Manager
+44 (0)20 8687 4138

sponsor or exhibit:
Claire Smith | Sales Manager
+44 203 551 5751

become a speaker:
Margaret Dunn | Conference Co-ordinator
+44 (0)208 648 7082

Speakers: Please send contact details & a short abstract

Marshall House, 124 Middleton Road, Morden, Surrey SM4 6RW.

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