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ICIS Biofuel Conference

ICIS, my employers, will be holding a biofuels conference in conjunction with the Kline Group in St Louis, Missouri on 14-15 November 2007. Our conference department is some way towards securing the first day’s speakers. When I’ve got any more information I’ll pass it on.

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Brazilan US biofuels symposium

There was a Brazilian US biofuels symposium at the end of May. You can find some details of it courtesy of Chemical and Engineering News on Myninjaplease

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Biofuels seminar in Singapore

There is due to be a biofuels seminar in Singapore for people who want to understand the biofuels markets and relationships within and between them. It is being organised by my employer, ICIS and will be held on May 21. About ICIS

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Biofuels conference announced

A new biofuels event is scheduled for St Louis September. It will be called Biofuels 2007- A Global Perspective and will be jointly run by my employers ICIS and Kline & Co. It will be held at the Westin Hotel on 19-20 September. Disclosure: I work for ICIS: About ICIS.

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Is there enough biodiesel for Europe?

International business consultancy Frost & Sullivan will be holding a dial in teleconference whether there is enough feedstock to fuel the European Biodiesel Market at 3pm GMT. before the event register at www.frost.com/euanalystbriefings. and await instructions…

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OK, so how do we get the ethnol to market

Chatting over lunch, at the First Investing in Clean Fuels forum, we have to wonder how many more rail tank cars will be needed in the US if all the extra ethanol has to be made and moved around the country and if they can all be built in time. Given the largest one that […]

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Some Lunchtime takeaway from Clean Fuels finance

Key take aways from the second session at the First Investing in Clean Fuels conference Sam Coxe, executive vice president of Credit Suisse said There is no sign of mergers and acquisition activity in the biofuels sector, and there is not great deal of interest from big oil in capacity in the biofuels sector. There […]

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Biofuels from the USDA

“The next couple of years are going to be difficult transition years, but I believe that markets work well and that a certain number of ethanol plants that are being planned at the moment will not be built,” Thomas Dorr, undersecretary of state, told the first Clean Fuels Finance forum. He added that the US […]

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Clean fuels finance forum

I’m going to the inaugural Clean Fuels Finance Forum, in London on 29-30 January, organised by Euromoney Energy Events. Highlights of the speaker programme for me should include Phil New, Senior Vice President, Global Fuels Management Group BP chairing the session on weather and political risk, the positioning of biofuels. The third session on commercialising […]

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American Biodiesel plans East Toledo plant

American Biodiesel is planning a biodiesel plant in East Toledo, Ohio that will refine soya bean oil and employ 25 people, according to Toledoblade.com. .

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