Agenda set for 2014 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

By BBI International | March 28, 2014

The 2014 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo (FEW), the ethanol industry's largest conference, has released its highly anticipated agenda featuring more than 140 speakers and four comprehensive tracks. Now in its 30th year, the FEW taking place June 9-12 at the Indiana Convention Center, provides the global ethanol industry with cutting-edge content and unparalleled networking opportunities in a dynamic business-to-business environment. The FEW is the largest, longest running ethanol conference in the world—and the only event produced exclusively by Ethanol Producer Magazine.

“We are excited about the high quality of speakers the conference program committee helped assemble this year,” said Tom Bryan, president of BBI International.  “Still after 30 years, this conference brings together the brightest minds and the latest technologies and processes being used in the ethanol industry today.”

This year’s FEW is expected to draw more than 2,000 attendees, including ethanol producers, industry suppliers, service providers and researchers from around the world. During the course of the event, they’ll discuss issues categorized into four tracks:

Track 1: Production and Operations
Track 2: Leadership and Financial Management
Track 3: Coproducts and Product Diversification
Track 4: Cellulosic and Advanced Ethanol

Find out how these and other industry topics are showcased in this year’s agenda.


Visit  to view the agenda online.





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