15 June - 17 June 2021
Virtual event

Integer Vehicle Emissions Live - Virtual Conference

EDT agenda

A video recording of conference sessions will be available on-demand so you can watch what you have missed at a convenient time. Please note that all sessions on the Emissions Connect Day will not be recorded and available to view on-demand.

Emissions connect day

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  • Introduction
  • About the Emissions Connect Day

Connect with your community through a range of interactive workshops and roundtables. Join a networking group where your most pressing questions can be answered, whilst creating lasting relationships and impactful connections with old and new peers

 

Interactive workshops:

Join a group of 25-30 peers to delve deeper in specific subject matters. Led by industry experts you’ll have the opportunity to listen to a presentation followed by interactive face-to-face discussions during break-out sessions with the group. You’ll be working with peers with the same business strategy as you and the same industry challenges.

Interactive roundtables

Workshop options

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  • 03:00 EDT
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  • 04:00 EDT
  • Workshop One: The transition away from fossil fuels - What is the future for e-fuels and other sustainable renewable fuels? - FEV Group, Neste
  • Why the industry needs both e-fuels / renewable fuels and electrification
  • How does the CO2 regulation need to change to allow for e-fuels?
  • Why a ban of ICE’s is not helping the climate?
  • How are e-fuels and hydrogen produced and what are the challenges?
  • What do the costs look like for e-fuels?
  • What does the availability look like for e-fuels?

Workshop leaders:

Thomas Körfer, Group Vice President, FEV Group

Mats Hultman, Head of OEM Partnerships, Neste

Interactive roundtables

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  • 05:00 EDT
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  • 06:00 EDT
  • Roundtable: Sustainable retail packaging for AdBlue; steps going forward to an even more sustainable product Thies Elbertsen - Category Manager, Kemetyl

Attend with 20-30 peers for an engaging discussion surrounding your number one challenge.

  • 08:30 EDT
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  • 09:30 EDT
  • Roundtable: The road ahead for e-mobility – how EV is it? Marco Aimo Boot - Electrification Technologies Manager, Iveco

Attend with 20-30 peers for an engaging discussion surrounding your number one challenge.

Workshop options

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  • 10:00 EDT
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  • 11:00 EDT
  • Workshop Two: AdBlue/DEF trends and regulations shaping the role of the diesel combustion engine in a sustainable future - Argus
  • What’s the impact of diesel production for AdBlue/DEF production?
  • Exploring global emissions from Europe, North America, India and China
  • How do we see future trends of AdBlue/DEF – will we see an increase post-Covid?
  • Are the markets going more domestic or do we see future global trade flows?

Moderator:

Tim Cheyne, VP, Business Development, Argus

Workshop leaders include:

Will Talbot, Analyst, Argus

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Driving new standards across Asia

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  • 23:30 EDT
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  • 00:10 EDT
  • Keynote regulatory panel: What are the next steps for emission standards across Asia? - National Highway Authority of India, ICCT, SIAM

Hear from governments and regulatory bodies as they explore the next steps in vehicle emissions. Learn what the new thresholds are for NOx and heavy-duty CO2, country-wide scrappage policy plans and what the industry can expect for Real Driving Emissions (RDE) emission limits

  • How do we expect a market shift once BS VI-2 has been implemented in India?
  • How advanced are we in China 7 standards for light and heavy-duty vehicles?
  • What are the new emission legislations for agricultural machines?

Moderator:

Andrea Valentini, Principal Consultant, Argus

Panellist:

Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Chief General Manager, National Highway Authority of India

Anup Bandivadekar, Program Director, India Lead, ICCT 

Prashant K Banerjee, Executive Director, Technical, SIAM

OEM strategies to meet emission targets

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  • 00:30 EDT
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  • 01:30 EDT
  • OEM on-road stakeholder panel: How regulations are being met whilst keeping solutions cost effective - Force Motors, ARAI

Join this panel to delve into the main strategies for manufacturers and the current challenges faced. Explore what new machines are being launched into the market, how these meet consumer needs and emission targets whilst remaining cost effective. Learn what drives forward R&D for passenger cars and understand the main bottlenecks including supply chain issues for sourcing parts

  • How far have OEMs gone in running vehicles through the RDE cycle to meet CO2 targets?
  • What are the strategies for hybrid and alternative fuels and benefits for downsizing the engine?
  • How can manufactures produce cost effective after-treatment systems including for agricultural machines?

Moderator:

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Panellists:

Pundlik Ghodke, Senior General Manager, Powertrain (R&D), Force Motors 

Hitesh Chaudhari, Deputy General Manager, ARAI

Abhilash Savidhan, Automotive Professional and Clean Energy Enthusiast


  • 01:40 EDT
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  • 02:40 EDT
  • OEM off-road stakeholder panel: Working towards changing amendments and strategies to reduce NOx emissions - Volvo Penta, TAFE Motors and Tractors Ltd
  • What best practices are we seeing for applications including; agriculture, machinery, marine and mining?
  • Service monitoring for off-road vehicles – how are OEMs gearing up for this change?
  • What does the future look like for zero emission transportation across various off-road categories?

Moderator:

Tim Cheyne, VP, Business Development, Argus

Panellists:

Miron Thoms, Vice President & Head of Volvo Penta India, Volvo Penta

C B Remesan, Vice President, TAFE Motors and Tractors Ltd 


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  • 03:30 EDT
  • Compact, proven EATS for challenging OEM off-road applications Toni Kinnunen - Senior Manager, OEM Sales, Proventia
  • What are the new mixer technology innovations for stage V compliant EATs?
  • Best practices in demanding EAT development projects
  • How does the compact system tailor and fit seamlessly to applications?

Understanding future regulation in Europe and what it means for industry

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  • 03:30 EDT
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  • 04:30 EDT
  • Harmful emissions regulatory stakeholder panel: What can we expect from the upcoming Euro 7/VII regulations for diesel combustion engines 2021-2030? - European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), ICCT, Concawe, Transport & Environment

Join this panel to learn how new regulations will be shaped and what this means for the on-road and off-road industry

  • How will emissions be regulated and what will the new standards mean for the industry?
  • What will the focus on controlling emissions whilst in the real-world environment look like?
  • What are the improvements and potential changes to customers purchasing behaviour?

Moderator:

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Panellists:

Paul Greening, Emissions & Fuels Director, European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA)

Felipe Rodriguez, Heavy-Duty Vehicle Program Lead, The International Council on Clean Transportation

Roland Dauphin, Science Executive Fuel Quality and Emissions, Concawe

Anna Krajinska, Emission Engineer, Transport & Environment


  • 05:00 EDT
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  • 06:00 EDT
  • CO2 regulatory stakeholder panel: Future goals and visions for mobility concepts - Concawe, Transport & Environment, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Daimler

Explore government plans for mobility over the next decade. What vehicles can we expect on the roads and what will be the ratio of internal-combustion-engine vehicles (ICEVs) versus electric vehicles (EVs). You’ll gain a better understanding of future targets on harmful and CO2 emissions

  • What vehicle types on the market do governments envision by 2030?
  • How is the focus shifting towards tighter CO2 standards and the impact on OEMs?
  • What are the incentives for zero emissions and how are these driving electric vehicles sales?
  • What regulations are creating a requirement for sensor solutions in the end-user market?

Moderator:

Will Talbot, Analyst, Argus

Panellists:

Alessandro Bartelloni, Director, FuelsEurope

Lucien Mathieu, Manager, Road Vehicles and Emobility Analysis, Transport & Environment

Jan Melin, Global Fuel Economy Manager, Volvo Group Trucks Technology 

Holger Krahmer, Head of EU Affairs – Automotive, Daimler AG

Making decisions about the future design of the engine

North America and Europe: Reducing emissions through new technologies and the use of additives

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  • 08:00 EDT
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  • 09:00 EDT
  • Panel debate: Tampering and sensory monitoring for heavy and light duty vehicles - Færdselsstyrelsen - Danish Road Traffic Authority, Department for Transport
  • What are the new regulations against tampering and sensory solutions?
  • What emission control systems can be used with pre-heated SCR?
  • How has tampering impacted the AdBlue market and expected consumption?

Moderator:

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Panellists:

Rene Jensen, Team Leader, Færdselsstyrelsen - Danish Road Traffic Authority

Signe Shim, Specialist, Færdselsstyrelsen - Danish Road Traffic Authority

Serena Collins, Head of Vehicle Standards Compliance, Department for Transport

David Miles, Head of Vehicle Environment Team, Department for Transport

 

Regulatory developments in North America

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  • 09:30 EDT
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  • 10:30 EDT
  • Regulatory panel discussion: The future for environmentally friendly and cleaner diesel engines and the framework ahead - California Air Resources Board, EPA, MECA
  • What are the cleaner truck initiatives and the impact on the diesel combustion engine?
  • What are the targets for achieving NOx and particulate matter emission levels?
  • What are do the increasing targets look like for the penetration of zero emission vehicles?

Moderator:

Alexander Wood, Senior Reporter, Argus

Panellists:

William Robertson, Vehicle Program Specialist, California Air Resources Board

Brian Nelson, Director, Heavy-Duty Onroad and Nonroad Center, EPA

Rasto Brezny, Executive Director, MECA

The future of diesel and the diesel combustion engine

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  • 11:00 EDT
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  • 12:00 EDT
  • OEM speaker interviews: The road ahead for off-road and on-road: Forward looking strategies to comply with environmental standards - PACCAR, AGCO

Join these fireside chats to explore the strategies and views from OEMs across North America for on-road and off-road applications. Gain a picture on how the diesel engine will continue to improve, the rise of EVs and new concepts surrounding infrastructure installations that pair with ZEV offerings

  • What considerations are there when launching new engines onto the market?
  • What pressures are OEMs under due to the mix of regulations that are coming for trucks on the road?
  • How will the industry move forward in terms of e-mobility?

Moderator:

Tim Cheyne, VP, Business Development, Argus

On-road perspective:

Dan Kieffer, Director, Emissions Compliance, PACCAR

Off-road perspective:

Antti Marttinen, Global Emission Compliance and COP, AGCO

 

  • 14:00 EDT
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  • 14:40 EDT
  • Fireside chat: Deploying state-of-the-art after treatment system technologies to meet emission controls Shao Huifang - Advisor, Afton Chemical Corporation
  • What are the advancements with engine and emission control after treatments?
  • How are HDEO’s contributing to cumulative generate of particulates and ash in systems?
  • Looking at real-world applications and how OEMs are addressing the depositary issues

AdBlue supply across Asia

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  • 00:30 EDT
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  • 01:30 EDT
  • Supply keynote panel: Exploring AdBlue and urea production and areas of growth - NOVAX, Gulf Oil International Group, NPL BlueSky, Argus
  • How much global production do we expect of AdBlue and urea in the next 2-5 years?
  • Is China ramping up production and will it be used for the domestic market?
  • How is the market designed for more international supply of AdBlue?

Moderator:

Andrea Valentini, Principal Consultant, Argus

Panellists:

Nicholas Yang, CEO and President, NOVAX 

Dr Y P Rao, Chief Technology Officer, Gulf Oil International Group 

Nandan Agrawaal, Managing Director, NPL BlueSky

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Exploring the European AdBlue supply and demand landscape

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  • 03:30 EDT
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  • 04:30 EDT
  • Panel discussion: Sustainability of AdBlue production, supply over the next 10 years and new areas of growth - Yara International, Stellantis

Join this panel to explore the changing supply demand landscape. You’ll gain an understanding of production levels of urea and AdBlue. Hear where new pockets

  • How much AdBlue production will be required in the future and what is the export capacity?
  • Where in Europe do we see pockets of AdBlue growth, supply and demand?
  • What are the upcoming trends in imports and exports of automotive grade urea?

Moderator:

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Panellists:

Sigurd Jørgensen, Global Product Manager, Yara International

Ignacio García-Lorenzana, PSA Specialist SCR/AdBlue Systems, Stellantis


Dispensing and infrastructure

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  • 05:00 EDT
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  • 05:40 EDT
  • A retailer’s perspective: Creating infrastructure and supply of AdBlue for passenger cars Stefan Saliger - Retail Fuels Supply Chain Coordinator Europe / South Africa, Shell
  • Meeting customer needs for dispensing and refilling AdBlue
  • Demand for an effective AdBlue supply infrastructure for passenger cars in Europe
  • Examining AdBlue passenger car pump infrastructure
  • 08:20 EDT
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  • 09:20 EDT
  • Retail stations panel: Best future practice for dispensing AdBlue for passenger cars - Shell, Stellantis, Kemetyl

Understand retail trends for AdBlue. Learn what the best practices are for dispensing AdBlue at the right price, including canisters, IBCs or drums and whether they’ll still be pumps in the future

  • What are the retail trends and current volumes of AdBlue at petrol stations?
  • How are gas stations making AdBlue pumps visible to their customers?
  • How to position the pump and replenish in a cost-effective manner?

Panellists: 

Stefan Saliger, Retail Fuels Supply Chain Coordinator Europe / South Africa, Shell 

Ignacio García-Lorenzana, PSA Specialist SCR/AdBlue Systems, Stellantis

Thies Elbertsen, Category Manager, Kemetyl

Looking at DEF consumption growth across the Americas market

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  • 10:00 EDT
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  • 11:00 EDT
  • Keynote stakeholder panel: Exploring the Americas DEF supply landscape - Brenntag, Old World Industries, Mansfield Oil Company, PPC Lubricants

Join this panel to unravel the major market changes in North, Central and South America

  • What does the current urea and AdBlue supply market look like?
  • Will North America reach production capacity and how will the gap be filled?
  • How are distributors diversifying across the supply chain to meet future demand?

Moderator:

Fabricio Cardoso, Manager, Consulting Services, Argus

Panellist:

Alan Smith, Vice President – DEF, Brenntag

Vince Konynenbelt, DEF Manager, Old World Industries

Jim Timmer, SVP, DEF Operations, Mansfield Oil Company

Geoff Bohlender, Director, PPC Lubricants


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