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Argus European Biomass Trading 2015

Your chance to access the key decision makers in the biomass industry

There is no question that the biomass market has evolved over the last twelve months — and is poised for further growth. Prospects for a model built on certainty, in which producers sell to power plants backed by government subsidies, are showing signs of fading. In its place are new opportunities created by emerging and flexible markets — particularly the burgeoning residential sector.

The 6th annual Argus European Biomass Trading conference offers extensive opportunities for delegates to hear and discuss the latest updates on the trends shaping the market. Only by attending the conference will you gain access to the key decision makers, involved in both the industrial and premium pellet market, and identify the growth potential for your business in the sector.

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We are delighted to announce the line-up for the most popular panel sessions of the conference. The Utilities Panel, which will focus on international trading activities, conversion projects, the convergence of the industrial and heating markets and sustainability. The session will be moderated by Thomas Meth, EVP of Enviva and feature:

  • Deborah Keedy, Head of Biomass, Drax
  • Peter Thomsen, Vice President, Thermal Power,  DONG Energy
  • Henry Pease, Biomass Trader, RWE Supply and Trading
  • Fabien Mehu, Head of Biomass Trading, GDF Suez
  • Jason Woods, Head of Biomass, Vattenfall

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Other topics to be discussed include:
  • Global trends and developments: The latest supply and demand patterns
  • Shifting market dynamics: Addressing the effect that demand for premium pellets will have on the industrial market
  • Growth in Asia: Assessing opportunities that the growing Asian market will offer pellet producers
  • The European market: Insight into regulatory conditions and demand trends
  • Heating market: Factors driving the growth in the residential market with country-specific outlooks
  • UK developments: CFD versus ROCs and the impact of RHI on the UK residential market 

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For more information on the Argus European Biomass 2015 conference please contact us:

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New Biomass Coverage

Argus Biomass Markets is the leading publication for the international wood pellet and wood chip sector. In addition to publishing the spot cif ARA index, Argus also assesses spot fob Baltic, fob Portugal and fob US prices, and assessments of forward prices for delivery for these markets. Argus also assesses wood chip prices for cif northwest Europe and fob US.

News coverage includes shifts in supply and demand in the industrial market, the burgeoning residential sector, and growth in Asia, particularly South Korea and Japan.

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