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Network prior to Bioenergy International expo and conference 2010

Delegates can now start networking and arrange meetings even before Bioenergy International expo and conference starts.

The event, now eight weeks away in Prague on 5-6 May, features a networking suite for all delegates and speakers which have registered, allowing you to specifically choose who you want to have lunch with.

Key speakers you can meet include H.E. Mr. Jan Dusík, Minister of the Environment for the Czech Republic, Ivan Soucek, CEO, Ceska Rafinerska, Marc Gillmann, Bioenergy expert, Total, Miroslav Bažata, Head of biofuel sales, Agropodnik, Robert Gmyrek, Director, Biofuels Department, PKN Orlen, Dag Roger Rinde, CEO, Statoil, Jaroslav Pešek, Head of quality and strategic reserves department, ?epro and many more.
Following the event, all presentations will be available for you to download.

Bioenergy International expo & conference, which rebranded this year to focus on bioenergy and biomass as well as just biodiesel and bioethanol, is a two day exhibition and conference which will look in depth at second generation biodiesel, cellulosic ethanol, ways to source sustainable biomass, pyrolysis technology, the potential of biogas across Europe, developments in the use of bioenergy for aviation, future feedstocks such as algae and jatropha and the challenges of storing and handling both biomass and biofuels.

It is organised by leading global publication Biofuels International magazine. If you haven’t already registered, do so now at www.biofuelsinternationalexpo.com

Registration starts from as little as €575 a day, and register before 1st April for a further 10% discount.

As an added bonus the price for the conference includes a biodiesel plant tour on 4th May and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

The tour will be held at Preol’s state-of-the-art biodiesel plant in the industrial region of Lovosice. The plant, designed by Desmet Ballestra, has the capacity to produce 100,000 tonnes of FAME biodiesel and 10,000 tonnes a year of glycerine. It also has an integrated oil mill capable of processing 400,000 tonnes of rape seed a year and 160,000 tonnes of rapeseed oil, as well as 230,000 tonnes of rape meal.

For further information visit www.biofuelsinternationalexpo.com or contact Margaret Garn +44 208 687 4126 margaret@biofuels-news.com

The full conference programme can be viewed at http://www.biofuelsinternationalexpo.com/conf_prog.html