Clariant and Eta Bio license agreement 27/07/2020
Clariant and Eta Bio announced license agreement on sunliquid cellulosic ethanol technology in Bulgaria. This agreement marks another milestone toward the commercialization of…READ MORE
We won’t get there without sustainable biofuels 17/07/2020
The ART Fuels Forum has published an opinion article on the necessity of the sustainable biofuels in the EU vision…READ MORE
Launching of the 1st Innovation Fund Call 06/07/2020
The 1st Innovation Fund Call was launched on Friday July 03 and the planned opening date for submission is Tuesday…READ MORE
BSE Engineering and IRES successfully demonstrate conversion of wind power to methanol 06/07/2020
BSE-Engineering has started a Power-to-X plant in Stralsund that will use biogas shall as CO2 source. For more information, please click…READ MORE
DG ENER organizes a stakeholder workshop in order to gather views on co-processing. The meeting will consist of a presentation by the Commission followed by a discussion and will take place on 19 June 2020 from 14:00 to 17:00 via Webex conference call. Should you wish to participate in this event, please send an e-mail to Mr Malcolm McDowell (email: email@example.com) by no later than Monday 8 June 2020.
Join the webinar introducing the project of defining a blockchain database is intended to meet the demand for a single European biofuels database as expressed by the European Commission (RED II 2018/2001 Art 28). Bioledger is mandated to develop the software according to adequate guidelines and recognizes the significance of designing the governance and specifications of the database with guidance and endorsement from all stakeholders in Industry, Government, Voluntary Schemes and Auditors. To register, please click here.
IEA Bioenergy invites you to participate in a free international webinar entitled, “Advanced Biofuels – Potential for Cost Reduction” presented by Adam Brown, Energy Insights Ltd, UK. After Adam Brown’s presentation, the webinar will be followed by a Q&A session with Lars Waldheim, Waldheim Consulting, Sweden, Ingvar Landälv, Fuel & Energy Consulting, Sweden, Jack Saddler, University of British Columbia, Canada, IEA Bioenergy Task 39 and Mahmood Ebadian, University of British Columbia, Canada, IEA Bioenergy Task 39.
This webinar will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2020 from 4:00 pm – 5:00pm. For more information and a description of the webinar, including the registration link, please visit the link.
Join the Global CO2 Initiative and the CO2NSISTENT team for an interactive online webinar, jointly organized with the National Energy Technology Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Carbon180. To register, please click here.
The German Federal Ministry for Environment organizes a one day conference to discuss key issues regarding the sustainable and efficient setting of the future of PtX in Germany and globally. Experts and stakeholders from research, climate protection, development cooperation, industry and trade unions will participate. For more information click here.
Do not miss the Africa Investment Forum organized by the African Development Bank on 11-13 November 2019 in Johannesburg. Be aware of the platform that AfDB has created for companies looking for investors or for projects to invest in.
Following the success of its previous editions, ACI’s 14th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit will take place in Dusseldorf on the 9th & 10th October 2019.
During this new European edition of the event, the conference will explore the current state of the industry, including the effect of new policies and sustainability targets, whilst also exploring latest technology development, both on the electrolysis and bio-conversion sides.
This seminar will identify the mix of renewable fuel options for the Netherlands within the context of the European Renewable Energy Directive 2021-2030 (RED-II) and the draft-Dutch Climate Agreement. Two key-note presentations will deepen our comprehension of renewable fuels and conversion technologies that are relevant for the Dutch context.
The EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019 (known online as #EUSEW19) is back for its 14th edition!
Having run the Week since 2006, the Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME) together with Directorate-General for Energy are pleased to invite you to learn more about EUSEW19 during an info session in Brussels on 15 November 2018. The session will introduce the new theme and offer insights to the main elements of the event as well as the application procedures for conference sessions and the EUSEW Awards.
The conference programme will address topics from biomass to bioliquids and biofuels for heat and electricity, transport and biobased products. It will cover all aspects of each value chain, from supply and logistics to conversion technologies, from industrial application of research results to impacts on the environment, from market and trade aspects to policy strategies, not least to the role of biomass as a source in integrated energy systems.
The EUBCE is supported by European and international organizations such as the European Commission, UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – Natural Sciences Sector, WCRE – the World Council for Renewable Energy, EUBIA – the European Biomass Industry Association, The Central European Initiative, The Global Bioenergy Partnership and other organisations.
The Technical Programme is coordinated by European Commission, Joint Research Centre.
The deadline for the submission of papers is November 5, 2018.
After the positive feedback in 2017 the international FEV conference on “Zero CO2 Mobility” will take place again this year and become a certified climate-friendly event. The atmosfair logo certifies the compensation of the conference’s CO2 emissions through climate protection projects that have been approved by the United Nations’ CDM Executive Board.
Again, the conference will offer a platform for strategic discussion on the potential and performance of various zero CO2 emission strategies and introduce the latest developments in the fields of battery technologies, fuel cells and e-fuels.
The ART Fuels Forum members are cordially invited to join the other conference participants from the fields of research, development and politics as an important contributor to this forum of experts. You can pre-register by filling in the online registration form. Access to the official Zero CO2 Mobility Conference Program is here.
Jointly organised by the European Commission, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the RE-Source Platform, this event is part of the Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels and will be held on Wednesday 6 June 2018, 17:45 – 19:15. This session will feature the official launch of the RE-Source Platform and the European release of IRENA’s Global Reference Index for Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy (the IRENA REmade Index). For more information click here.
Oil prices have been fluctuating at lower levels than in the past, potentially hampering prospects for methanol both into Methanol-to-Olefins (MTO) and into fuels.
MTO has been growing at a staggering rate, with one additional MTO unit slated to start up this year. A maturing MTO market and continuing low oil prices have, however, raised questions about the economic viability of MTO facilities and what the implications are for operating rates and for methanol prices. Meanwhile, the market is bracing itself for two new world-scale methanol plants coming onstream this year – one in the US and the other in Iran. How will this influence trade flows and regional pricing differentials?
Additionally, increasingly strict environmental pollution controls in China and its aim to move toward E10 ethanol blending are producing demand uncertainty in the world’s largest methanol consumer.
How will prospects for methanol pan out in the midst of these complexities?
The 36th Annual World Methanol Conference and Workshop will outline these key issues and discuss where the opportunities are in the midst of change in a full day of content, data analysis and expert insight.
ANFIA, Associazione Italiana Filiera Industria Automobilistica and SAE International Torino Section are delighted to announce the 2nd edition of the CO2 Reduction for Transportation Systems Conference, which will take place in Turin on June 6th and 7th, 2018.
The event will focus on CO2 reduction technologies for sustainable transportation systems and is intended for all stakeholders, including vehicle manufacturers, suppliers of components and systems, public entities, decision makers, engineers and researchers.
This event will provide excellent networking opportunities as well as a platform for information exchange on an International level.
The discussion and the presentations will deal with the state-of-the-art technology approaches to address the subject of CO2 reduction for transportation systems.
For more information click here.
The first Biofuture Summit combines two events in one: the Biofuture Platform Policy Conference and the below50 Roadshow. It aims to
a) provide government officials, experts and industry stakeholders an opportunity to share lessons
and exchange experiences on some of the key policy aspects related to the challenge of scaling
up the bioeconomy sector, including supply and demand policies, R&D policies, financing,
sustainability, and usage.
b) Showcase the private sector´s current activities, research projects, investment plans and
promising new technologies aimed at achieving performance breakthroughs and cost reductions
for sustainable large scale production and use of advanced biofuels and biomaterials.
Welcome to the third Lund Symposium covering recent progress on lignocellulose valorisation. The meeting takes place in Lundagård – right in the heart of Lund in south of Sweden.
The programme starts on November 9 at 17.30 with a get-together and a key note presentation in the Lund University main building. A whole day of interesting lectures will follow in Palaestra before the symposium is concluded on November 10 at 16.15.
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