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Brought to you by Bioenergy Insight, the leading biogas industry publication, this two day conference will bring together leading producers, stakeholders and companies within the biogas sector.

Expert international speakers will address a range of biogas related issues and topics within Europe and beyond. Co-located with the International Biomass Congress & Expo as well as the renowned Biofuels International Conference and Expo, this series of bio events will be our largest gathering yet of bio related companies, giving participants unrivalled coverage.

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Agenda - subject to change

10 OCTOBER

9:15 Introductory remarks from the Chair
Dominik Trisl, Strategy and Business Development, BMP Greengas

9:30 RED II and Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG): Opportunities and Challenges for the Biomethane Market in EU and German Legislations

  • From EEG 2004 to RED II: development of legal frameworks for biomethane in Germany and the EU
  • How do specific legislations affect the biomethane market?
  • What changes, new opportunities, and new challenges does the RED II bring?

Zoltan Elek - CEO and Managing Director, Landwärme GmbH

10:00 Global Food Waste Management: an implementation guide for cities
John Booth, World Biogas Association

METGEN10:30 Networking break
Sponsored by METGEN

11:00 The German Biomethane market and greengas applications
Dominik Trisl, Strategy and Business Development, BMP Greengas

11:30 Decarbonising transport with liquid biogas
Håvard Wollan – CEO Biokraft

12:00 The Circular Economy and Biogas production
Ole Hvelplund, CEO Nature Energy

12:30 Q and A with this morning speakers

Specac13:00 Lunch
Sponsored by SPECAC

2:20 Introduction from the Chair
from the Chair

2:30 Nordic Gas ecosystem and potential of gas for heavy road transport
Jukka Metsälä, Vice President Biogas, Gasum

3:00 Sustainable biogas in urban areas
Bojan Ribić – Department head Zagreb City Holding, Coordinator EU Bin2Grid project, consortium member of UrbanBiogas, PPI4Waste, and the ongoing REEF2W EU projects

3:30 Low Carbon Manufacture – the role of biogas in the Circular Economy
Richard Gueterbock, Marketing Director, Clearfleau

METGEN4:00 Networking break
Sponsored by METGEN

4:30 Industrial Enzymes – shaping the world of bioenergy
Alex Michine, CEO, MetGen Oy

5:00 Q & A with the afternoon’s speakers

AGQM5.30 Networking drinks
Sponsored by AGQM

11 OCTOBER

9:15 Introduction from the Chair
Richard Gueterbock, Marketing Director, Cleafleau

9:30 Status and Perspectives of the European Biogas & Biomethane Sectors
Harm Grobrügge, Vice President, European Biogas Association

10:00 Biogas trading across borders within Europe
Matthias Edel, ERGaR Board Member and Team Leader Bioenergy at dena (German Energy Agency)

METGEN10:30 Networking break
Sponsored by METGEN

11:00 How to use Benchmarking to optimise biogas plants
Dr. Harald von Canstein, Head of Biotechnology, E.ON Bioerdgas

11:30 Biogas potential in the EU, and bioLNG potential for transport in the Netherlands
Cor Leguijt, Manager fuels and cities, CE Delft

12:00 Q and A

Specac13:00 Lunch
Sponsored by SPECAC

2:15 Introduction from the Chair
Richard Gueterbock, Marketing Director, Cleafleau

2:30 Biomethane - Meeting market requirements with sustainability certification
Dr. Peter Hawighorst, Project Manager, ISCC & Meo Carbon Solutions

3:00 Topic to be confirmed
Tatiana Demeusy, Erdgas Südwest GmbH

METGEN3:30 Networking break
Sponsored by METGEN

4:30 New Grid Codes and the challenges they impose on electrical design planning of biogas powerplants
Simon Ledwon, Team Leader of electrical design, FGH

5:00 Conference closes

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Speaker Biographies

Zoltan Elek

Zoltan Elek
CEO and Managing Director
Landwärme GmbH

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Zoltan Elek graduated from Technical University of Munich in electrical engineering with a major in energy technology. In addition, he participated in an MBA program in cooperation with University of California (Berkley) and graduated from the Center for Digital Technology and Management at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. After his employment at E.ON Engineering, Stadtwerke München, and McKinsey & Company, Mr. Elek founded Landwärme GmbH and is now managing director of the Germany-based company. Landwärme is a biomethane supplier active in the European market. Besides the trade of biomethane, Landwärme plans and operates biogas upgrading plants and offers services along the entire biomethane value chain. As a founding member of the ERGaR, establishing the first European Renewable Gas Registry, Landwärme actively takes on a role lowering the bar toward an integrated European market for renewable gas. Hence, Mr. Elek offers around 10 years of experience in and well-founded knowledge of the biomethane industry and markets in Europe. He has given numerous presentations at conferences on renewable energies and biogas in particular.

Dr. Harald von Canstein

Dr. Harald von Canstein
Head of Biotechnology
E.ON Bioerdgas

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Harald graduated in 1996 as a Master of Biology, and earned his PhD in biotechnology in 2001 in Braunschweig, Germany. He continued his research on wastewater-cleansing bacteria in Kyoto, Japan and Manchester, UK until 2007. Some bacteria he worked on produced electricity while dining on organics, and this made him think about having bacteria produce energy rather than just mopping up the waste, and this led him to the biogas industry. Harald joined E.ON Bioerdgas in 2007 and as head of the biotechnology section where he is responsible for the optimisation of biogas plants, i.e. the optimum working conditions for the anaerobic bacteria, the use of novel substrates or additives and the reduction of greenhouse emissions.

Matthias Edel

Matthias Edel
ERGaR Board Member and Team Leader Bioenergy at
dena (Germany Energy Agency)

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Since 2011, Matthias Edel works in the Renewable Energies Division at the German Energy Agency (dena). Team Leader Bioenergy since 2014, he is responsible for bioenergy activities within the unit, leading national and international projects, campaigns and initiatives in the renewable energy sector. He was coordinator of the “biogaspartner” platform, an international campaign bringing together market actors and policy makers focusing on biogas grid feed-in. In 2015 he initiated the Euroepan Biomethane Conference, a yearly conference dedicated to all issues relating to biomethane. Also, he is project director for the Biogasregister Deutschland, an internet platform facilitating biomethane proof of origin and quality criteria certificates. Matthias Edel studied economics and geography at the University of Mannheim and the University of Heidelberg. Before joining dena, he worked as a scientific research associate for the German Biomass Research Centre (DBFZ) in Leipzig.

Bojan Ribić

Bojan Ribić
Department Head
Zagreb City Holding – Čistoća

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Since 2009 Bojan is working in Zagreb City Holding as a Department head. He graduated in 2001, and has a PhD in chemical engineering from University of Zagreb.
At the beginning of his career he was involved in petrochemical business and afterwards in development of many biofuel projects regarding the biodiesel and bioethanol production.
Recently, his focus is towards the implementation of EU projects, such as Bin2Grid, where he was a coordinator. Also, he was a member of consortium in different EU projects such as UrbanBiogas, PPI4Waste, and still ongoing REEF2W. He participated as a presenter in many conferences and events regarding the waste management and renewable energy production.

Peter Hawighorst
Program Manager
ISCC System

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Dr. Peter Hawighorst is a program manager at ISCC System GmbH. He studied agricultural sciences at the University of Bonn and did his PhD studies in forest sciences at the University of Goettingen. Before joining ISCC, he worked as a scientific coordinater at the Buesgen-Institut, University of Goettingen. At ISCC his work is focusing on sustainability certification and traceability along complex supply chains. One of his key working fields is the sustainability certification of advanced biofuels and biomethane.

Bojan Ribić

Dr. Cor Leguijt
Manager Fuels and Cities
CE Delft

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C. (Cor) Leguijt PhD (1966) is Manager of the department Fuels and Cities at the Dutch research and consultancy firm CE Delft. Cor has a position at CE Delft since 2007. Cor is a physicist and holds a PhD on research into solar cells. He then built up a (management) career within the Dutch energy utility company Nuon and legal predecessors. At CE Delft, Cor is intensively involved as a theme leader in all developments concerning biomass and renewable fuels.

The emphasis in Cor’s projects is on the question which roles biomass and renewable or climate neutral fuels (including hydrogen) can fulfill within the entire combined system of a climate neutral energy supply and feedstock supply.

Amongst many other projects, Cor is co-author of a major study for the European Commission (DG ENER) on the potential of biogas production and its application in the various economic sectors in all EU Member States, and main author of a study on bioLNG for the Port of Rotterdam and the Dutch LNG Platform. Cor was also involved in developing a vision on ‘Renewable Gas 2050’ for Gasunie and GroenGasNederland, and co-author of the Dutch Green Deal 'Business with Biomass and biobased gas' in collaboration with large industrial partners (Gasunie, Port of Rotterdam, DSM, Akzo Specialty Chemicals, Cosun, FrieslandCampina, GroenGasNederland, ECN, Ministries of Economic Affairs and I & M), and in a project for the French gas network operator GRDF that was focused on the use of biomethane in the transport sector. In addition, Cor is chairman of the bio-energy working group of the Dutch Association for Sustainable Energy (NVDE).

Dominik Trisl

Dominik Trisl
Strategy & Business Development
bmp greengas

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Studying Master of Business Administration I graduated with a focus on industrial management and strategy in 2013.

Right now I could get some experience working for the energy industry at various positions since 2010 (E.ON, Deutsche Bahn AG, Politics). With a change of my personal focus onto green energy I started being a part of bmp greengas – your partner for green gases – in 2018, building up our strategy of tomorrow in changing times.

For further interest on my motivation, I am looking forward to meet you at the conference and a connection via the social networks – like Xing.

Ole Hvelplund

Ole Hvelplund
CEO
Nature Energy

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Born 18th of May 1961
Finished education in economics from University of Aarhus in 1987
| CEO at Nature Energy in 2013 -
Former CEO at TDC Wholesale (Telecommunications) in 2007-2011

Simon Ledwon

Simon Ledwon
Team Leader of electrical design
FGH

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Simon Ledwon M.Sc. has been working at FGH in the department "Grid integration of decentralized generation plants" since 2011. He is specialized in the field of electrical design and certification of power plants. Through his involvement in the fields of activity of the calculation of the electrical properties of generating plants, protection design and testing, generating plants conformity declarations and the process support of manufacturers and plant operators during commissioning, he has at command a great deal of expertise and cross-process experience in the field of decentralized generation plants and acts as expert for electrical design planning at FGH.

Richard Gueterbock
Director and founder shareholder
Clearfleau

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Richard is a Director and founder shareholder of Clearfleau, one of the leading and most innovative British Anaerobic Digestion (AD) companies. The company builds on-site industrial bio-energy plants – converting effluents and process residues into valuable renewable energy. Clearfleau has installed plants in the food, beverage and biofuel sectors and is the UK market leader for the on-site industrial market.

Richard has championed the potential for smaller scale on-site anaerobic digestion solutions for industry, farm and community sites, and initiated Clearfleau’s focus on digestion of food and beverage processing residues. While a Trustee of the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE), he commissioned two influential reports on farm-scale AD and development of low carbon transport for rural areas.

Håvard Wollan

Håvard Wollan
CEO
Biokraft

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Håvard Wollan holds a MSc degree from NTNU and a MBA degree from Heriot-Watt University. Mr Wollan is CEO of Biokraft, a leading producer of renewable liquid biogas fuel, headquartered in Trondheim, Norway. Mr Wollan currently serves as chairman and board director of several companies within water technology and aquaculture technology and solutions. Mr Wollan has more than 25 years of international experience as an entrepreneur, executive, consultant and business angel investor.

Harm Grobrügge

Harm Grobrügge
Vice President
European Biogas Association

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Harm Grobrügge operates his family’s farm in Northern Germany with an on-farm biogas plant installed in 1983. He has been active in the Fachverband Biogas since 1985 at various positions: Regional spokesman, Board member, representative with BEE (German Renewable Energy Federation), associate to the Clearingstelle-EEG. Harm Grobrügge is a Vice-President of EBA since its founding in 2009.

Expertise in: support schemes, 2030 framework and other EU strategies.

Alex Michine

Alex Michine
CEO
MetGen Oy

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Alex Michine is a founder and CEO of MetGen since 2008.

A serial entrepreneur, Alex has over 25 years of international experience in biotechnology and cleantech industries.

Jukka Metsälä

Jukka Metsälä
Vice President,
Biogas Business Unit
Gasum

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Jukka Metsälä, M.Sc (Eng.), MBA has been working at Nordic’s leading gas company Gasum as Vice President of biogas business at, and member of Gasum’s Executive Management Group. Prior to joining Gasum, Jukka worked on M&A arrangements and he has also a comprehensive experience in electricity markets and business development. Jukka is currently actively developing biogas and the gas-fueled transport market in the Nordics with his team. Jukka has a keen interest in developing new businesses and sustainable solutions for companies, cities and consumers. Gasum is the leading processer of biodegradable side streams and supplier of renewable biogas for industry and transport sectors in the Nordic countries.

Tatiana Demeusy

Tatiana Demeusy
Erdgas Südwest GmbH

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I’m a biogas expert at Erdgas Südwest GmbH for 10 years now and started by developing plants to inject biomethane into the gas grid.

John Booth

John Booth
World Biogas Association

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The World Biogas Association (WBA), in partnership with the C40 Cities Cities Climate Leadership Group Food, Water and Waste Programme, has published a landmark report on urban food waste, its environmental impact, and the benefits of separately collecting it, treating it and recycling it through anaerobic digestion. The report also features a how-to section to assist municipalities wishing to improve their food waste management.

John Business Development Director of Wangen Pumpen, Germany will be presenting the report on behalf of the WBA. WANGEN PUMPEN is a global leader in the design and manufacture of progressive cavity pumps for the anaerobic digestion industry. Over 50.000 “robust” Wangen pumps have been supplied to the Anaerobic Digestion and Agricultural Industry worldwide. Wangen’s renowned BIO-MIX substrate pump technology can be retrofitted to AD plants to ensure a smooth and efficient plant operation. Our German engineered pumps are excellent for pumping various high viscosity substrates e.g. chicken-litter, food waste, silage, rice straw, digestate and for feeding heat exchangers, separators etc. We share our vast knowledge with our customers and facility providers to ensure the correct choice of pumping system to achieve the highest AD plant productivity.

Floorplan

Exhibitors & Sponsors


Clearfleau

Clearfleau is an industrial water treatment and bio-energy technology business, based in Bracknell. A market leader for on-site industrial Anaerobic Digestion (AD), we supply cost-effective water and bio-energy solutions to enable food and beverage manufacturers to add value to their residues and make the food supply chain more sustainable.

Owned by German engineering company EnviroChemie GmbH (part of SKion GmbH’s water portfolio), Clearfleau now provides a range of innovative on-site water solutions for industrial and commercial processing sites.

EnviroChemie has a global reputation in the industrial water and wastewater treatment sector. As resource efficiency becomes a greater priority, more businesses are seeking to use limited water resources more effectively while also exploiting the energy value in their process residues, currently being discarded on many factory sites.

Clearfleau represents EnviroChemie in the UK market, with an extended range of innovative water treatment and conservation solutions for industrial sites. We are also developing sales of Clearfleau’s industrial bio-energy plants in European and other markets.

Clearfleau’s on-site Anaerobic Digestion plants allow food and drink processing sites to generate clean bio-energy, reducing their overall energy use and cutting carbon emissions. Biogas from bio-degradable residues enables food and drink manufacturers to access the latent energy content from their processing residues, providing a circular economy solution.

More efficient use of process residues can provide sites with decentralised bio-energy, recycled grey water and recycled carbon dioxide. Investment in greater resource efficiency on industrial sites offers an effective alternative to traditional, less carbon efficient, disposal systems.

brenntag

Profile pending.

AGQM

Networking Drinks Sponsor

Association Quality Management Biodiesel (AGQM) was founded in 1999 with the objective to provide quality management for leading biodiesel producers and traders. Today, AGQM has to offer much more than “just” quality management: AGQM has become a modern and flexible service provider covering all relevant issues from the production to the application of biodiesel, the leading alternative fuel in Europe.

By the large-scale introduction of its quality management system, AGQM significantly contributed to the high quality standard of biodiesel on the German market and ascertains due to multifarious activities that biodiesel maintains its predominant significance.

AGQM is offering unannounced samplings at production plants and fuel depots of their members, organisation of international round robin tests, REACH support, standardisation work, no-harm tests for oxidation stabilisers in biodiesel as fuel or heating oil component, quality check material, international certification (BPAC), seminars as well as research & development.

METGEN

Networking Break Sponsor

MetGen is an innovative SME founded in 2008 which designs and markets novel enzymatic solutions - MetZyme®- for the most challenging industrial conditions to meet customer specific needs. The company uses advances in genetic engineering and microbiology to adapt enzymes to harsh industrial conditions and to handle a variety of lignocellulosic substrates. MetGen has achieved successful industrial trials with sector leaders in forest and renewable chemicals and aims to be a widely recognized supplier of industrial enzymes, significantly contributing to the economics and sustainability of process industries such as pulp & paper, biofuels and biochemical.

revis bioenergy

revis bioenergy is a turnkey installer and operator of industrial biogas and biomethane plants. In addition, revis deals with the processing of poultry manure (poultry profit®) and the treatment of waste water (pb-clean®). Especially poultry manure upgrading offers great potential for the future. This allows expensive biomasses to be replaced by residual material. On the one hand, this is good for the environment and, on the other, for the economy of every biogas plant. Technologies from revis are not standard products, but are tailored to the individual needs of each customer. In all our systems, we place the highest value on quality in planning, design and production. Industrial quality is not just a buzzword for us, but a lived reality. Construction and planning of biogas plants are carried out with recognized tools that form the basis for the consistently high - quality and traceable construction. Our internal processes are designed to produce quality and constantly improve production.

vaptech

Profile pending.

SCB

Lanyard Sponsor

SCB is the world’s largest biofuel brokerage group of companies and is a market leader in European Grains and Softs as well as carbon reduction credit markets. Founded in 2006, the company’s goal is to promote the adoption of a low carbon future. As broker, SCB connects buyers and sellers of commodities across the globe covering both physical and derivative markets. We serve the commodities industry through increased price transparency and by lowering trading costs. Our commitment is to a relentless pursuit of our clients’ goals. Our integrity guides us, and our clients benefit from our focused vision. SCB Group has offices in Chicago, Puerto Rico, London, Nyon and Singapore. The firm also offers global expertise in RINS and other government credit markets as well as glycerine, UCO, tallow and paper swaps on biofuels.

Celignis Analytical

Celignis is a dedicated biomass analysis laboratory that provides our clients with the most precise data, allowing them to make the best use of their biomass feedstocks and optimise their biomass conversion processes.

We offer a range of analysis services relevant to the bioeconomy. These include:

  • Characterisation of biomass for use in the production of advanced biofuels (e.g. cellulosic ethanol).
  • Evaluation of anaerobic digestion feedstocks and process outputs (e.g. biomethane potential).
  • Properties related to biomass combustion (e.g. calorific value, chlorine, ash etc.).
  • Physical properties of biomass (e.g. particle size of wood chips, pellet dimensions).
  • Analysis of aquatic biomass (e.g. seaweed).
  • Profiling of the liquid outputs of biomass conversion processes.

Celignis - “With accurate data the opportunities are limitless"

Specac

Lunch Sponsor

Specac is a high quality manufacturer of FTIR accessories and sample preparation products, bringing new and innovative solutions to the market place on a regular basis.

Specac’s spectroscopic accessory products cover a range of techniques, including ATR, Diffuse Reflectance, Specular Reflectance and Transmission. Providing the right solution for any sample in any state and under any conditions.

Specac produce a wide range of laboratory sample preparation products for making pellets, discs or films. The “Atlas” range offers the right pressing solution for your needs, ranging from small low tonnage manual hydraulic presses to 40 ton fully programmable automatic presses.

Blommaert

Blommaert is specialized in retractable roofs to cover biomass. All covers are custom-made and manufactured from aluminium.

The mobile roof with sliding hatches keeps the biomass completely dry, yet it can be topped up efficiently. The wood shavings and wood chips can be topped up quickly, and maintained at their optimal moisture level.

Blommaert takes care of the engineering, installation and, if necessary, maintenance of the sliding structure. Whether it is a storage bay built of concrete elements where a tipper truck dumps the biomass, or a bunker structure where wood shavings are unloaded by crane, Blommaert sliding hatches can be used in all kinds of applications. The sliding hatches can be manually or electrically driven.

Every year more than 400 projects are realized all over the world. The company is standardized to EN 1090 (making steel and aluminum constructions).

Fachverband BIOGAS

Profile pending.

clariant

WiFi Sponsor

Profile pending.


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biogasrat NNFCC Canadian Biogas Association
ibba EUREC kompost & biogas verband

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Landwärme nature energy bmp greengas
ergar FGH BIOKRAFT
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greenea F&L Asia Bio Based Press
BioRefineries Blog BIOGAS CHANNEL
German Biofuel Portal Magazyn Biomasa


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History

2017 Bioenergy Insight programme

DAY ZERO: 3rd October 2017

Join us on DAY ZERO: 3rd October 2017 for a Pre-conference Whisky Distillery Tour

DAY ONE: 4th October 2017

9.15 Welcoming remarks from the Chair
Martin Tangney, President, Celtic Renewables

9.30 Advanced biofuels strategy through to 2030
Rob Wakely, Head of Low Carbon Fuels Division, Energy Technology and International Directorate, Department for Transport (DfT)

10.00 Investing in advanced biofuels: technology options and policy support
Andrew Murfin, General Manager, Advanced Biofuels, Shell

10.30 Networking break

11.00 Bioenergy and Scotland’s low-carbon economy
Chris Stark, Director of Energy and Climate Change, Scottish Government

11.30 UK policy uncertainty, reintroducing E10 and the future of the bioethanol market
Grant Pearson, Commercial Manager, Ensus

12.00 Q&A with this morning's speakers - panel

12.45 Networking Lunch

 

Session 1
The big picture

2.00 Opening remarks from the Chair

Andy Yuill, Senior Renewable Heat Manager, Natural Power

2.15 Mapping the supply chain

  • An industry in transition: Global overview
  • Analysing recent trends and forecasts in global wood pellet supply
  • Understand how wood pellet producers are responding to global shifts

William Strauss, Founder and President, Future Metrics

2.45 Exploring Industrial Wood Pellet Pricing and the European Landscape

  • Insight into key pricing in the European market
  • Overview of key projects planned and existing
  • Key price drivers and policy

Brodie Govan, biomass broker, Voyage Power

3.15 Networking break

3.45 Ensuring sustainability at scale

  • Analysing the three pillars of sustainability: Certification, transparency, and care for the forest landscape

Daniel Davidson, international sales director, Enviva

4.15 The bankability factor: investors and incentives

  • Financing bioenergy projects

Chris Holmes, Head of Waste & Bioenergy, Green Investment Group

 

4.45 Close of Conference and Networking Drinks Reception
with Whisky tasting session hosted by Celtic Renewables

DAY TWO: 5th October 2017

BIOENERGY STREAM

9.15 Welcome from chair
Andy Yuill, Senior Renewable Heat Manager, Natural Power

9.30 Brexit effect on bioenergy market

  • Exploring the role of bioenergy in the industrial strategy post-Brexit

James Court, head of policy and public affairs, Renewable Energy Association

10.00 Update on the wood-based bioenergy sector in North America

  • Wood-based bioenergy in North America: All roads lead to pellet exports

Richard Vlosky, Director, Louisiana Forest Products Centre

10.30 Networking break

11.00 Greening the UK's gas network 2012-20

  • A look at biomethane 2012-2020: how will the market develop?

John Scott Kerr, Head of Business Development, Future Biogas UK

11.30 Green your fleet

  • Biomethane as a commercial and sustainable fuel for buses and trucks

Jonas Strömberg, Director for Sustainable Solutions, Scania

12.00 What is next for energy-from-waste plants in the UK?
Dan Cooke, External Affairs Manager, Viridor

12.30 The opportunity for development of the circular economy
Richard Gueterbock, Director & founder shareholder, Clearfleau

1.00 Networking lunch

2.10 Introduction from the chair

2.15 Latest in pyrolysis AD systems

  • Integration of pyrolysis and AD. How biogas production can benefit?

Dr Jan Mumme, Edinburgh University and founder of start- up company Carbogenics

2.45 The future of gas from a UK perspective

  • The role of BioSNG in the decarbonisation of heat and transport
  • The prospects for the large-scale supply of renewable gas following the introduction of the BioSNG demonstration-scale waste-to-energy plant in Swindon

David Pickering, Project Manager, BioSNG, Cadent Gas

3.15 Delivering AD plants

  • Successful contracting structures and risk allocation

Dr Stephen Wise, associate director and waste technical lead, Amec Foster Wheeler

3.45 End of conference

 


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