Advanced Biofuels Conference
On the Road Again – Svebio’s Advanced Biofuels Conference
As global economies began to come back to business, energy security and security of supply have come high on the international agenda. Climate reduction is a challenge but for the transportation sector, biofuels have remerged as one of the available now alternatives to address both short-term fuel shortages, and medium-term greenhouse gas reduction. Biofuels are back on the road again!
The Swedish Bioenergy Association (Svebio) invites you to join the 8th International Advanced Biofuels Conference during 13-15 September, 2022 in Stockholm
The aviation and shipping sectors are being transformed at an increasingly rapid pace, on both the demand and supply side. Oil and gas majors are retrofitting existing refinery assets to produce renewable fuels while others are developing new capacities from a myriad of feedstock sources. Pushed by policymakers and consumers alike, airline- and shipping majors are committing to significant renewable fuel offtakes in the race to zero while competing to stay in the black.
This conference gathers leading actors and stakeholders in the global biofuels industry. This is where you gain insights and meet market players and people active to develop new projects. Biobased electrofuels and the developing electrification of the transport sector complement towards a fossil exit.
The conference will show latest developments in European and international policy, energy system transition to renewable fuels, new technologies and partnerships – with leading companies presented.
This will bring you:
- Two conference days, six sessions and some 30 plus high-level speakers covering all modes of transport for drop-in and high-concentrated biofuels.
- Delegates includes policymakers, politicians, business executives, developers, researchers & engineers and stakeholders.
- Pre-conference study visit to the novel PyroCell plant, a state-of-the-art facility that converts sawdust into a biocrude that is used as a refinery co-processing feedstock to produce renewable motor fuel, and potentially sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Visit also to the Colabit company that has a pilot plant for HVO production and plans for large-scale biofuels production at industrial site.
- A roll-up tabletop mini-expo with technology providers for business networking rounded off by an exclusive conference dinner evening Mini-expo with stands for networking and making business contacts, and an exclusive conference evening dinner.
Welcome to Stockholm!
Tomas Ekbom, Conference Director
Swedish Bioenergy Association
Note that members of Svebio, Bioenergy Europe, World Bioenergy Association, and/or IEA Bioenergy qualify for discounted rates (Member/IEA Bioenergy) on the conference fee.
Pictures and films from previous Advanced Biofuels Conferences