September 21-23, 2015
Downtown Embassy Suites
Des Moines, Iowa
As the maze of regulations and changing market conditions become increasingly complex and interdependent, strong and reliable partnerships are more necessary than ever for success. Under the banner of "Making Connections," the conference offers a host of speakers and workshops featuring such industry notables as POET CEO Jeff Laut; USEPA's Byron Bunker; Michael McAdams of Advanced Biofuels; Paul Kamp of Inbicon; and Jennifer Dunn of Argonne Labs. The Energy Conference is presented by Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa (PMCI), RIN Alliance and EcoEngineers, with support from a variety of sponsors including BBI. For more information about attending or sponsoring this first of its kind event, go to www.energyconf.net. Or call EcoEngineers at 515-309-1279.
October 25-28, 2015
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
PEERS is an acronym for Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability. PEERS represents the most dynamic, forward-leaning topics in the forest products arena today. PEERS offers an expert-led program that has been proven to provide real-world results in each of these critical areas of the mill. Planned and led by working professions, every session has been designed to address real challenges attendees face on the job. But PEERS is more than an acronym—it represents a peer-focused approach that you won’t find anywhere else. Throughout the program, leading-edge technical knowledge is presented alongside opportunities for face-to-face access with industry experts, peers and colleagues. Attendees are active participants and contributors to Q&A sessions, “Ask the Experts” discussions, Roundtable forums, “What’s New” exhibits, topic-specific panels, and informal networking opportunities. And, like all TAPPI events, the PEERS conference provides all of this in a relaxed, professional environment.
October 26-28, 2015
Produced by BBI International, this national event will feature the world of advanced biofuels and biobased chemicals—technology scale-up, project finance, policy, national markets and more—with a core focus on the industrial, petroleum and agribusiness alliances defining the national advanced biofuels industry.
October 28-30, 2015
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
TAPPI's International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conference brings together experts from around the world that are interested in leveraging the knowledge and assets in the pulp and paper industry to produce fuel, energy, and chemicals from biomass.
November 2-5, 2015
Westin Chicago River North
tcbiomass2015—the 4th international conference on thermochemical (TC) biomass conversion science—will bring together the world’s experts in biomass gasification, pretreatment, pyrolysis, and upgrading to explore progress in the bioenergy. Taking “Technology for the Bioeconomy” as the overall theme, tcbiomass2015 participants will be at the center of international collaboration, hearing the latest research, development, and deployment results for thermal biomass conversion technologies and systems to help grow the bioeconomy and reach a sustainable, more diverse energy future.
April 11-14, 2016
Charlotte Convention Center
Charlotte, North Carolina
Organized by BBI International and produced by Biomass Magazine, this event brings current and future producers of bioenergy and biobased products together with waste generators, energy crop growers, municipal leaders, utility executives, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, project developers, investors and policy makers. It’s a true one-stop shop – the world’s premier educational and networking junction for all biomass industries.
June 20-23, 2016
From its inception, the mission of the event has remained constant: The FEW delivers timely presentations with a strong focus on commercial-scale ethanol production – from quality control and yield maximization to regulatory compliance and fiscal management. The FEW is also the ethanol industry’s premier forum for unveiling new technologies and research findings. The program extensively covers cellulosic ethanol while remaining committed to optimizing existing grain ethanol operations.