06 - 08 November 2018
Steigenberger Wiltcher's Hotel,
Come to where the global Ethanol and Biofuels leaders meet, do business and plan for the future
500+ international executives ● From 60+ Countries ● 30% producer attendance.
21st Annual F.O. Licht's World Ethanol & Biofuels
World Ethanol & Biofuels 2018
From chop and change to a long-term view: covering policy and politics around the world and bringing together policy-makers and national government representatives.
Around the World
New production, new investments and new trade openings. Looking at policy implementation, investment appetite and trade flows across the world.
Production Optimisation and Product Diversification
How does your plant measure up on production efficiency and product diversification.
Distillers Grains and Co-Product Diversification Forum
Maximising DDGS Yields and producing higher quality products – protein rich, fibre rich and oil rich.
Cellulosic and Advanced Biofuels
Availability, readiness and political will.
Come to Where the Global Leaders Meet, do Business and Plan for the Future
Who you can meet at World Ethanol & Biofuels 2018
INTERESTED IN RAISING YOUR BRANDS PROFILE?
World Ethanol & Biofuels 2018 offers a variety of commercial opportunities to raise your company profile and technology to a global audience of 500+ ethanol and biofuels executives.
Position yourself as an industry advisor through a high-level speaking slot, host a lunch or a drinks reception, showcase your products and services and generate new business connections as efficiently as possible. We will work on the right strategy for you to ensure you get the most out of World Ethanol & Biofuels.
Contact Marina Pospelova on +44 (0)20 7017 7205 or Marina.Pospelova@informa.com
Biofuels' Role in the 21st Century Energy Mix
Download our industry review paper to discover how the electrification of vehicles, regulatory developments in the EU, and new innovations in advanced biofuels technology will shape the future of the sector.
Distillers Grains and Other Ethanol Co-Products Forum
Increasing the value of an ethanol plant through differentiation of the co-product
What are the pros and cons of new co-products – what are the drivers for a plant considering adopting an alternative technology?
What needs to change so that the value of the co-product is appropriately considered in terms of the carbon foot print of the plant?
Top companies attending, Top conference
Our sponsorship provides a 1st class opportunity, which is very valuable as it enables us to show our commitment to the ethanol industry worldwide.
Lallemand Biofuels and Distilled Spirits
Excellent opportunities for networking
Export Manager Alcohol Products
Grain Processing Corp
As always a great venue and event
Edgar Alejandro Ponciano