Enmore (formerly known as CBI China), is going to hold 6th Global Ethanol Focus 2015 during September 15-16, 2015 in Beijing, China, after a series of successful GEF events. We are now gathering market participants of knowledge and experience to share the dynamics, developments and challenges lie ahead for ethanol and biofuels. 100+ attendees from ethanol chains worldwide are expected.
To follow the government direction, seize the new market trend, and predict
the new demand.
To get involved in a platform where covering in-depth speeches, panel
discussions, networking, and promotion.
To communicate with market players, define ethanol development and future
Given the changes in the market, Enmore is holding "6th Global Ethanol Focus 2015” in Beijing, China on September 15-16, 2015.
With decades of bioethanol application in transportation fuel, we see ethanol blending mandates level goes up from 5% up to 20% even 85%, in the same timeframe, we also see the carbon emission reduction. Taking a glance at the progress made from policy into reality, what can we see in the future of ethanol, and how do we position ethanol industry among renewable energy industries, wind power, hydropower, solar power, etc.
Let us take a look at the current situation and dynamics
Start with China market—China increased its import from Pakistan largely for the first half year and it also faced the increasing price of corn. China ethanol capacity is 11 million metric tons per year with its consumption of 5.8 metric tons per year. So is the rocketing increase of import driven by its climbing demand or merely price gap?
How do we seize the trade flow with dynamics, combining the factors of currency, new blending mandates, feedstock / gasoline price volatility, supply-demand situation worldwide?
Step to the 2G ethanol—is there any technology updates from biomass, pretreatment, hydrolysis, distillation to bioethanol? Has the technology reached the level of commercialization?
Sugar/ molasses/tapioca suppliers
Ethanol producers/ traders
Logistics and storage companies
Day One | September 15 | Tuesday
0800-0900 Registration and networking
0900-0915 OPENING REMARKS
Presenting Global Renewable Development
0915-0945 Presenting Global Ethanol Trade Flow and Oil Market
Speaker: Prateek Tiwari, Vitol
0945-1015 Volatile Crude Oil Market and Its Effect on Fuel Industry
Speaker: Sebastian Lewis, Platts
1045-1115 US’s RFS2 History and Effects – Can It Be Replicated Elsewhere?
Speaker: Andrea Valerio, Noble Group
1115-1145 POLICIES—Chinese policies on renewable fuel
Speaker: Gao Shixian, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
l Factors for ethanol and renewable development including methanol/ethanol/biodiesel mandates
l Good examples from US and Europe
l Its potentials in Asia and the remaining regions and what need to be done
Seeing Ethanol from Feedstock
1400-1430 New Normal of the Energy Market: Challenges and Opportunities
Speaker: Deng Yusong, Development Research Center of the State Council (DRC)
1430-1500 Food or Energy : Corn Industry Development Analysis
Speaker: Cao Zhi, National Grain&Oil Trade Center
1500-1530 Ethanol Using for Biojet Fuel
Speaker: Ken Lai, Lanza Tech
1600-1630 Analysis on Sugar industry and its effect on its application and ethanol
Speaker: Pipat Suttiwisedsak ,TEMA
1630-1700 Volatile Sugar Price and its Application in Ethanol and other Segments: the Thai Experience
Speaker: Klanarong Sriroth , Kasetsart University
l Corn—seen from production, price, policies in US & China
l Sugarcane—updates on Brazil sugarcane production and ethanol
l Molasses—molasses availability coming with sugar prices plunge
l Cassava—updates on its production and trade between SEA & China
l Feedstock comparison & competitiveness—production, price, cost
Open-air Entertainment & BBQ Dinner Night
Day Two | September 16 | Wednesday
Presenting Production, Projecting Trade, Tracking New Opportunities (Moderator: Paul Roberts)
0900-0915 Remarks: Opening address with a glance of dynamics worldwide--Paul Roberts, Alcotra Singapore
0915-0945 Facing the Challenges and Opportunities- Overview and Outlook of China Ethanol Situation and Its trial on Cellulosic Ethanol
Speaker: Lin Hailong, COFCO
0945-1015 Pakistan Ethanol Supply and Demand—New Production, New Market, New Opportunities
Speaker: Ahsan Izhar Ul,, Madina Group
1045-1115 Ethanol Development in the Philippines—how do we see the increasing demand effect the market domestically and internationally
Speaker: Job Ambrosio, EPAP
1115-1145 Ethyl Acetate Usage
Speaker: Zhu Lining , ICIS
1145-1200 PANEL DISCCUSION:
l World production and trade flow in the near future
l Factors that affect the international market seeing from currency, economy, policies
l Major market’s effect: US & Brazil, Pakistan & Europe, Japan & Korea, SEA
A range of sponsorship packages can be customized to meet your marketing goals. By sponsoring at the 6th Global Ethanol Focus 2015 conference you will be part of an event which brings together an unrivalled network of attendees from SEA, China, Pakistan and East Asia, attracting the key decision makers and industry buyers. We will partner with you to ensure the event meets your business goals.
Sustainable Cooperation& Development Focus on Ethanol
Get Close to the Asian Supply center with producers!
Manila & subic bay, The Philippines
Explore the hottest ethanol market in Asia
Create more chances in rising ASEAN ethanol market
React to the Chinese tax policy changes