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2nd Biomass Trade & Power - is an exclusive one & half day of keynotes and addresses; commercial, technical and specialty presentations; question and answer sessions, as wellas panel debates relating to program's central theme on:
"Overcoming Hurdles Of Raw Materials Economics,
A must-attend for anyone involved in the biomass industry, 2nd Biomass Trade & Power brings the world's biomass expertise together, to examine the issues impacting on business today and in the future.
The 2011 programme is developed with the support of the industry's most prominent speakers and representatives. It's a programme designed by the industry, for the industry!
Some of the key issue to be addressed include:
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2nd Biomass Trade & Power 2011 is the event to attend - no matter what part of the supply chain you operate within. Come prepared to network with:
Wood pellet exports from the U.S. and Canada to Europe have doubled in the past two years, with 1.6 million tons of wood pellets shipped from the two countries to the Netherlands, U.K. and Belgium in 2010, according to a report by Wood Resources International LLC.
The European Union’s goal of reaching 20 percent renewable energy by 2020 can be attributed to the increased demand, as many countries have ramped up their consumption of woody biomass in the form of wood pellets and wood chips in the past few years to meet the renewable target, the report said. More than 11 million tons of wood pellets were consumed in the EU in 2010, up 7 percent from the previous year.
The report also predicts that higher oil prices will benefit wood pellet exporters in North America, and that shipments to Europe can be expected to increase during 2011.
(Source: Biomass Magazine, March 8, 2011)
Among the key presentations at 2nd Biomass Rotterdam Trade & Power conference in Rotterdam is one by leading biomass company Enviva LP, touching specifically on the supply chain of wood pellets from US to Europe.
2 other papers to lookout for are from latest additions to the already authoritative panel from international supply markets - Ekman & Co AB will touch on supply growth and outlook from the Baltic and Scandinavian region, while Africa Renewable Ltd. will give an address on emerging biomass pellets exports from Africa.
The authoritative line-up of speakers due at the 2ndBiomass Trade & Power (Rotterdam, 16-18 March 2011) has already attracted participation from many senior industry executives.
The key attraction is clearly the exclusive Utilities’ Perspectives & Discussion Panel where Major biomass utilities will be on hand to share their experiences and insights on successfully executing large scale biomass co-firing. Issues to be explored during this interactive session include industrial wood pellets requirements and sourcing, latest technical standards and sustainability criteria, biomass trading & logistics, and commercial economics for biomass based power generation & CHP.
Confirmed panelists in this interactive session include:
Dr Yves Ryckmans, Chief Technology Officer Biomass
Jeppe Bjerg, Senior Innovation Manager
Martin de Wolff, Vice President Biofuel Origination
Mr. Rob Marcus, Biomass Origination and Sourcing
Enviva LP last month announced plans to construct a new 330,000-ton wood pellet manufacturing plant in
North Carolina over the next 3 years, with possibility of additional plants in the near future.
This follows their recent acquisition of Piney Wood Pellets and CKS Energy Inc., on top of a major long-term
wood pellet supply contract with Electrabel, subsidiary of GDF SUEZ Group, one of the largest utilities in the world.
(Source: Biomass Magazine, December 21, 2010)
Enviva LP is confirmed to share perspectives from the biomass supply markets at the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power held in Rotterdam on 16-18 March 2011.
Mr. Thomas Meth, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, will lead a key presentation entitled “Supply Chain of Wood Pellets from US to Europe”. Issues to be addressed include:
- Demand outlook (industrial vs. retail US and Europe), projections and key drivers
- Supply from the US to Europe, key benefits and challenges
- Sustainability: Ensuring sustainable supply of wood pellets for global demand
- Key considerations of vertical integration in the biomass value chain
In conjunction with the
to be held in Rotterdam on 17-18 March 2011 CMT unveils an exclusive offer!
The “Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is the latest collaborative effort between CMT and Ronald Zwart, Director, CKade BV. This 17-page paper provides a comprehensive review on
Designed specifically for biomass producers, exporters, industrial utilities, procurement managers for industrial pellets, buyers, traders, shipping/logistics services providers and financial institutions, it serves as a valuable tool.
Besides, this must-read paper will be a vital reference guide for presentations featured at the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit.
“Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is now available to you as a complimentary download!
Simply fill in the form below to download your complimentary copy now!
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The 1st Biomass Trade & Power Summit in Rotterdam on 11-12 March 2010 saw key biomass stakeholders from more than 30 different countries convening over two days of intensive sessions.
Building on that success, the event returns to Rotterdam for the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit! And this time, we are extending the event over 3 days from the 16 to 18 March 2011 to incorporate a not-to-missed site visit. Exact details to be released soon.
For now, here’s a round- up of the attendees who joined us at the 1st Biomass Trade & Power Summit:
If you are keen to register, or to explore sponsorship and media exchange opportunities, you are invited to contact Ms. Mimi at firstname.lastname@example.org.