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9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power

第9回 バイオマス・ペレット会議 ~貿易と発電~

14-17 May, 2018 - Tokyo, JAPAN

Tokyo Marriott Hotel




Asia Biomass Markets’ Powerhouse Meet in Tokyo!



SAVE UP TO USD800, GET YOUR EARLY BIRD PASS NOW!

 

All-in Pack

Workshop 

+ Main Conference

+ Site Visit 

(14 - 17 May) 

 Main Conference Only

(15 - 16 May)

Main Conference

+ Workshop

(14 - 16 May)

Main Conference

+ Site Visit

(15 - 17 May)

USD3385

(valid till 29 March)

USD1795**/USD1395^^

USD1995

USD2790**/USD2390^^

USD3090

USD2790/USD2390

(valid till 29 March)

 

** Early bird discounts, Register & Pay by 29 April 2018

^^ Group registration (for 3 or more), Register & Pay by 29 April 2018

Pay online by 29 Mar, with Visa/Master Card & SAVE USD100 (per person)  

 

“Asia’s Wood Pellets & PKS Buyer-Seller Meet in Tokyo”

“Responding to Japan’s Massive Biomass Demand”

  • Global biomass suppliers’ responses to the massive demand from Japan’s 12.4 GW approved biomass-power capacity 
  • Hear presentations from key utilities, IPPs & traders 
  • Rationalizing & Japanese demand & imports, by types & volumes – wood pellets, domestic resources, wood chips, palm kernel shell (PKS)
  • Assessing growing demand/import trends from South Korea & China, hear from developers of IPP power plants 
  • Biomass availability, investment & sourcing strategies for Asian buyers
  • South-East Asian supply portfolio updates, US & Canadians’ wood pellets export competitiveness 
  • Discussions on wood pellet sustainability criteria & how to meet these standards

Confirmed Participation From : 
RENOVA Inc. | Sumitomo Corporation | Indufor Asia Pacific | Hanwha Energy Corp | Voyage Power
| Japan Biomass Power Association | Nippon Paper Industries | Fuji Keizai | Renewable Energy Institute
| Fibreco | Pinnacle Renewable Energy | Ata Marie Group | RWE | Tohoku Electric | JERA | Tokyo Electric
| Chubu Electric | Hokuriku Electric | Kansai Electric | Chugoku Electric | Shikoku Electric | Kyuden Mirai Energy
| Orix | Jyoban Power | Osaka Gas | AS Graanul Invest | CGN Korea, Maehata Corp | Mitsubishi Corp
| Mitsui OSK Line | Marubeni Corp | Toyota Tsushi Corp | Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute... etc

SEPARATELY BOOKABLE

 

Post-Conference Site Visit to

United Renewable Energy (URE) 20MW Biomass Power Plant
at Akita City, Akita Prefecture

(Utilising 70% wood chips & 30% PKS)

 

 

NOTE: 

  • Registration closes on 29 March 2018 
  • Payment & Passport Details MUST be submitted to CMT no later than 29 March 2018 
  • Refund for Cancellation & Replacement will NOT be allowed after air ticket have been purchased 
  • Limited to 30 seats ONLY, subjected to a minimum size of 15 passengers

 

DISCLAIMER
It may be necessary for reasons beyond CMT's control to alter the content, timings, dates or venue of an event. CMT will not accept liability for any kind of disruptions or any claims whatsoever and in such circumstances CMT's normal cancellation terms apply.

ITINERARY 

 

(schedule subjected to changes,

to be confirmed by 3 April 2018)

 

06:00 Bus to depart Marriott Shinagawa
07:50 Flight from Tokyo (Haneda) Airport to Akita
08:55 Arrival at Akita Airport; Bus transport to URE
10:00 Presentation + Q&A of URE (20MW dedicated biomass power plant, utilizing domestic unused timber (woodchips) & imported PKS)
11:00 Lunch (Inawiwa-Udon) + Refreshments
12:00 Tour of URE Power plant + PKS stock piling
13:45 End of Site Visit; Bus transport to Akita airport
15:50 Flight from Akita Airport to Tokyo (Haneda)
16:55 Arrival at Tokyo (Haneda) airport; Bus to Marriott Shinagawa
18:00 Arrival at Marriott Shinagawa; End of site visit

 

CMT's 7th Biomass Pellets Trade and Power


ATTENDEES PROFILE   REGION ANALYSIS

 


TESTIMONIAL   POST EVENT REPORT

“Well organized and informative, value for money”

- Robert French

 

“Useful conference with great information about the wood pellet market in this region”

- Incolab Services

 

“Best biomass event, looking forward to attend annually”

- Hanyang Corporation

 

“Obtained very valuable information from this conference”

- ATA Marie Group

 

“Great Value”

- JFE Engineering

 

“Good organization, thank you”

- NYK Line

 

“Interesting”

- Renergy UK Ltd

 

“Good Organization”

- Prime Oil Chemical Service Corporation

 

“Good”

-Global Forest Partners LP

 

 

 

 


How you will Benefit from being Connected at
CMT’s 2018 Biomass Series?

Since 2008, CMT’s Biomass series evolved from and into inter-regional biomass trade and supply, biomass power projects, developments in biofuels, biomass use regulations and more. The series traveled across Europe, America and Asia – from Rotterdam to Brussels to Atlanta to Seoul to Jakarta and last year to Tokyo.

 

Pegged as the ‘Global Biomass Buyer-Supplier Meet’ it has connected over thousands of wood pellet, wood chip and agricultural biomass (e.g. Palm Oil, etc) producers & traders, power utilities, and technology providers.

 

How Can You Get Connected ?

 

BE AN EXHIBITOR – Showcase Your Brands/Products

 

BE A SPONSOR – Hosting Raise your corporate profile

 

BE A SPEAKER – Lead & Steer Discussions

 

BE A DELEGATE – Networking with industry best

 

Find Out More

For more information and to find out how you can actively participate, please contact me on +65 6346 9113 or email me at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg


Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive Luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

 

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

 

協賛および出展企業を募集中

当会議は皆さまの事業を業界をリードする企業や投資家の方々にご紹介頂く絶好の機会です。

法人スポンサー、会議の昼食及びカクテルパーティーの協賛を募集しています。

イベント期間中パネルやカタログを設置頂くことも可能です。

お問い合わせはfiona@cmtsp.com.sg または (65)6346 9138までお願い致します。

 

 

There is no better place to enter the market, showcase products, promote your brand, and meet new business partners and distributors. Exhibition Booths are NOW available for booking.

CLICK HERE now for more information & to secure your booth.


News Feed

Chubu Electric to Transform Thermal Power Unit to Biomass

Posted on : 14 Feb, 2018

 
Japan’s power utlity - Chubu Electric that provides electricity for the middle Chūbu region of the Honshu island of Japan, has decommissioned two of its thermal power plants.

The two decommissioned thermal power plants are 500 MW Astumi-1 oil-fired power plant in Tahara-shi (Aichi) and two 220 MW gas-fired units (units 1 and 2) at the Yokkaichi power in Yokkaichi-shi (Mie) in Japan).

Out of these decommissioned units, Chubu plans to transform its Yokkaichi-1 unit to a biomass-fired power plant. 

Chubu Electric plans to start construction of the biomass-fired installations in May this year – with commercial operations planned for April 2020. Expected to have an installed capacity of 49 MW, the new biomass fired plant will use wood pellet and palm coconut shells as primary feedstock. 

The Atsumi power plant has 4 units and one of its units - Atsumi-2 (500 MW) was decommissioned in March 2004. The Atsumi-3 and Atsumi-4, uses heavy oil or crude oil as fuel and are still operational.

On the other hand, the Yokkaichi power plant also includes four units: three 220 MW LNG-fired units and the 585 MW Yokkaichi-4 CCGT unit. From now on, only Yokkaichi-3 and Yokkaichi-4 will be operational.

Learn more about Japan’s biomass power plants at CMT’s 9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power on 14 - 17 May, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.

Contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113 for more details.

Read more>>>


Japan’s Sumitomo Corp Acquires 48% Stakes in Canada’s Wood Pellet Facility

Posted on : 26 Oct, 2017

 

Japanese company Sumitomo Corporation has acquired approximately 48% equity interest of Canada’s Pacific BioEnergy Corporation (PBEC). PBEC in turn has also bought 34% minority interest in Pacific BioEnergy Limited Partnership (PBLP) – giving it 100% ownership of the Prince George manufacturing facility. 

Sumitomo Corp has several power generation plants in Japan and it imports a sizeable amount of wood pellets to fuel its biomass power plants  in the country. This acquisition by Sumitomo is to ensure stable supply of renewable biomass feedstock for its several biomass plants in Japan in the long term.

The wood pellets produced by PBEC are of industrial scale and are mainly sold to European and Asian markets. PBEC facilities including the PBLP facility and affiliated manufacturing facilities in Chetwynd and Ft St John produces and markets over 550,000 tonnes per annum of industrial grade pellets. PBEC also has a partnership with the Nazko First Nation in Quesnel that runs a 200,000 tonne per annum Biomass Preprocessing Facility converting low grade timber into merchantable saw logs, high quality pulp chips, furnish for pellet manufacturing and hog energy fuel. 

Learn more about wood pellets supplies to Japan at CMT’s 9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power on 14 - 17 May, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.

Contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113 for more details.

Read more>>>


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Wood Pellets & Wood Chips Producers & Traders, Palm Oil & Sugar Mill Owners, Aggregators & Marketers for Agricultural Residues (PKS, EFB, Sugar Bagasse, Rice Husk), Power Utilities, IPP, Industrial Power & CHP Plants, Agriculture, Forestry, Plantation Companies, Commodity Brokers & Analysts, Wood Processing, Shipping & Brokers (DryBulk), Government / Regulators, Pulp & Paper, Pelletizing Equipment / Technology Companies, Trade / Project Financers, Emission / CDM Traders, Environmental Engineers

Contact Us

Fiona Pun
Sponsorship Manager 
fiona@cmtsp.com.sg
63469138

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