Asia Solid Fuels 2020 is a two half-day virtual conference with concentrated content on pressing issues facing the coal, petroleum coke, biomass and renewables sectors
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and its related travel policies, we are transforming the Asia Solid Fuel 2020 into a virtual event. Be assured that this virtual event will deliver the exceptional content and quality our events are always known for. Looking forward to meeting you on our virtual event as well as in-person at our onsite edition next year.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has jolted trade flows of many solid fuels. However, as many countries are easing lockdown, experts believe that there will be a quick rebound in conventional solid fuel consumption with the on-going economic crisis and the cheaper availabilities of coal and petroleum coke.
Until recently, there was an increase in uptake of renewables such as biomass due to concerns over emission, which changed the balance of future additions into the power and industrial mix. What are the future decarbonisation plans in light of the economic crisis? Will coal still be king?
Don’t miss out on the latest market updates and active networking. Make a registration today.
You will Get
|10 Live Sessions over 2 Half Days|
|Virtual Networking Interactions|
|Live Q&A with Speakers|
|Access to Presentation Recording after the Event|
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