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Who We Are

Over the past two decades, F.O. Licht's Sugar & Ethanol Series has attracted thousands of delegates to over 100 events in 20 different countries.

World Ethanol & Biofuels

The flagship event in the series.

The conference started in 1998, and attracts 500+ international executives in the sugar, ethanol and biofuels trade as well as related sectors. The event is widely recognised as the global meeting place for the industry and a venue to conclude business.

Sugar & Ethanol Asia

Growth drivers and trade opportunities within the Asia Pacific region.

Attracting 100+ executives each year, Sugar & Ethanol Asia provides the ideal platform to gain market insights and meet millers and ethanol producers from Thailand, India, Pakistan, the Philippines and beyond.

Sugar and Ethanol Brazil

15+ years of bringing cane growers, millers and ethanol producers from Brazil and the rest of the world together.

Occurring annually, the conference draws the Brazilian sugar and ethanol powerhouse into sharper focus and gathers key decisions makers together in a single location.

Sugar & Ethanol Africa

The pan-African event covering sugar markets, diversification of the African sugar industry and developments in ethanol production and policy.

For the past 7 years the event has highlighted the strategic issues faced by millers and ethanol producers across the region, and has provided a platform for discovering solutions, meeting new contacts and gaining new business.

Sugar & Ethanol Latin America

The only conference focused on ethanol developments, blend mandates, supply/demand dynamics and trade flows throughout Latin America.

Now in its 9th year, Sugar & Ethanol Latin America is the place to be if you want to meet ethanol producers from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Mexico and Argentina.