Advanced Biofuels Conference 18-20 September: About our sponsors and partners

We would like to thank our great sponsors and partners for supporting us in organising this conference.

Silver sponsors:

silver sponsors

» St1

St1 vision: to be the leading producer and seller of CO₂-aware energy. Our goal is to develop and commercialize functional and environmentally sustainable solutions and deliver these solutions profitably. Each solution must be technically ready for use today. They also have to be ecologically and ethically sustainable and logistically feasible. We believe we will attain this vision by running a responsible and profitable business, where economic performance, social responsibility and environmental impact are balanced. Visit st1.eu


Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: REGI) is a leading provider of cleaner, lower carbon intensity products and services. We are an international producer of biomass-based diesel, a developer of renewable chemicals and North America’s largest producer of advanced biofuel. REG utilizes an integrated procurement, distribution, and logistics network to convert natural fats, oils, greases and sugars into lower carbon intensity products.Visit regi.com

» LanzaTech

LanzaTech is revolutionizing the way the world thinks about waste carbon by treating it as an opportunity instead of a liability. LanzaTech’s novel gas-to-liquid technology has opened up vast new sources for making low-carbon
chemicals and fuels that displace petroleum without the environmental concerns associated with crop- and land-based bioproducts. Visit lanzatech.com


ABC partners

» Bioenergy Europe

Bioenergy Europe is the common voice of the bioenergy sector with the aim to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions. Bioenergy Europe’s  key missions and goals are to communicate to EU
policy makers the opportunities and concerns regarding the development of bioenergy in Europe, to develop, deepen and disseminate the knowledge concerning the use of biomass for energy, from scientific, technological, economic, sociological, legal and political perspectives. Visit

» World Bioenergy Association (WBA)

The World Bioenergy Association (WBA) is the global organization dedicated to supporting and representing the wide range of actors in the bioenergy sector. Mission: Promote the increasing utilization of bioenergy globally in an efficient and sustainable way and to support the business environment for the bioenergy companies. Since its foundation in 2008, WBA has been working to address a number of pressing issues including certification, sustainability criteria, bioenergy promotion, and the debates about bioenergy’s impact on food, land- use and water supply. Visit worldbioenergy.org


BioDriv Öst is a large regional network that facilitates and accelerates the transition to renewable alternatives in the transport sector. BioDriv Öst brings together players who want to work for fossil-free transports in Uppsala, Stockholm, Västmanland, Södermanland, Östergötland and Örebro County. BioDriv Öst is run by the large-scale Biogas East intergovernmental organization. Over 40 public sector actors, industry and research are already in this regional power collection for fossil-free transport. Visit biogasost.se/BioDriv-Ost


The Norwegian Bioenergy Association (Nobio) is a member association which represents the Norwegian bioenergy sector The association is working with both solid and liquid biofuels for heating and transport purposes as well as the whole biomass to energy value chain. Nobio has around 140 member companies. Visit nobio.no


Nobio, together with 14 other biofuel companies and organisations, have formed «Biodrivstoff 2030». Biodivstoff 2030 is a cooperation aiming to promote production, distribution and use of sustainable biofuel for reduction of emissions from fossil greenhouse gases in the Norwegian transport sector. Biodrivstoff 2030 shall further work for predictable frame conditions, communicate biofuel as a good and realistic alternative for reduced emissions in the sector and to be perceived as a clear, credible and knowledge-based voice in the climate debate in Norway. Visit biodrivstoff2030.no

» F3 – The Swedish knowledge centre for renewable transportation fuels

The networking organisation f3 provides a broad, scientifically based and trustworthy source of knowledge for industry, governments and public authorities in their strategic planning of short-term actions to reach long-term visions. f3 carries through system oriented research related to the entire renewable fuels value chain, both in the shape of syntheses of current research, and as supplementing studies. Visit f3centre.se

» The 2030 secretariat

The Swedish Parliament has decided that CO2 emissions from  Sweden’s transport sector should be 70 percent lower in 2030 than in 2010. The Swedish 2030 secretariat was founded in 2013 with this goal in mind. The Secretariat now has 80 partners from all sectors of society, partners that share the same goal and represent biofuels, more efficient vehicles and changed behavior. All three areas are necessary to reach the 2030 target. Visit 2030-sekretariatet.se/english

» ENERGIGAS SVERIGE – The Swedish Gas Association

The Swedish Gas Association – for an increased use of gas energy in Sweden. The Swedish Gas Association is a member-funded, industry association dedicated to promoting a greater use of gas energy. We work towards a safe, environmentally responsible and efficient utilization of gas and acts as a voice for all gases where safety, technical matters, marketing and advocacy are key elements. Visit: energigas.se/in-english


BioFuel Region is a not-for-profit organisation that collaborates with the public sector, industry and research and development. We initiate, coordinate and collaborate on projects that contribute to a low carbon vehicle fleet and a well-developed bioeconomy in northern Sweden. Our strategy is based on mutual and lifelong learning. BioFuel Region is owned by its members, which are working together to bring about real change. Visit: biofuelregion.se/en


Bio4Energy is a Strategic Research Environment that creates methods and tools for making advanced biofuels, “green” chemicals and smart materials from wood, forestry residues or other organic waste. Funded by the Swedish government, it includes 220 researchers based at three universities and two research institutes, as well as an Industrial Network of companies in the sector. Umeå University is the leading partner. The others are Luleå University of Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences at Umeå, plus RISE Innventia and Energy Technology Center. Visit: bio4energy.se

Media partners:

ABC Media Partners


Bioenergi is a subscription-based trade publication in Swedish, focused om biomass-to-energy value chains; solid, liquid and gas. The printed publication is issued six times per year and distributed mainly in Sweden and other Nordic countries, the web version is updated on a daily basis. Founded in 1980, based in Stockholm and owned by Svebio. Visit bioenergitidningen.se

» Bioenergy International

Bioenergy International is an English language subscription-based trade publication with allied web platform and is focused on the biomass-to-energy value chains; solid, liquid and gas. The printed publication is issued seven times per year and distributed in 66 countries. The web version is updated on a daily basis with visitors coming from over 180 countries and reaching 15,000 page views per month. Weekly newsletter is sent to over 3000 individual subscribers. Founded in 2001 it is based in Stockholm, Sweden and owned by Svebio. Visit bioenergyinternational.com

» Biofuels International

Biofuels International magazine is brought out 6 times a year, designed to appeal to those who wish to learn and be kept abreast of this increasingly important area, the magazine encompasses, biodiesel, bioethanol, and biomass. Visit biofuels-news.com


BE-Sustainable is a source of news, information and resources on biomass, bioenergy and the bioeconomy. The website is an effort to contribute to this debate by bringing as much science and fact-based content to a wide audience of readers inside and outside the biomass community, as well as to provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge in the interest of progress and development of a sustainable biomass sector. Visit besustainablemagazine.com


PRIMA provides news, analysis and data on the rapidly growing international markets in low carbon transport fuel. PRIMA’s daily Low Carbon Feeds and Fuels Report and stable of weekly reports are widely read across the international transport fuel sector, covering developments in the markets for low carbon intensity feedstocks and fuels as they expand and diversify in line with increasingly intense international decarbonisation targets. Visit prima-markets.com

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