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Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS & Carbon Markets Summit

Monterey, California, US
16-18 September 2024
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North America’s leading biofuels, carbon and LCFS event

Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS & Carbon Markets Summit returns to Monterey, California on September 16-18, 2024 to welcome over 650 regulators, key government, and industry participants across the entire biofuels supply chain for three days of networking and knowledge exchange.
 
The event brings together policy makers from California, Oregon, Washington, Canada’s ECCC, Alberta, British Columbia and more to share exclusive updates. Do not miss your opportunity to meet with 650+ peers involved in both compliance and voluntary carbon markets, LCFS and biofuels sectors including traders, producers, regulators, and more!
 
Plus! The 2024 event offers you three new optional add-ons to book alongside your main conference pass. Do not miss exclusive insights and new networking experiences with industry peers: the Argus RINs, RFS, LCFS Workshop*, the new SAF Focus Day* or your new Golf Experience*.

Please note: The new add-ons are a fixed rate and cannot be purchased separately.

Register by July 26 to save $500 off the main conference pass with early bird registration.

Your 2024 speakers include:

Rajinder Sahota

Rajinder Sahota
Deputy Executive Officer, Climate Change and Research, California Air Resources Board

Rajinder Sahota is the deputy executive officer, climate change and research, with the Air Resources Board whose primary portfolio of responsibilities includes management of the Cap-and-Trade Program, development and implementation of the State's AB32 Scoping Plan, and Energy Policy. Due to the global nature of climate change and interest in CA's programs, the role requires coordination and collaboration with subnational and national governments pursuing climate change mitigation action. Other climate programs within the division include the Low Carbon Fuel Standard, methane reduction strategies, and fuels initiatives. Prior to this position, Rajinder managed the design and implementation of the Cap-and-Trade Program, including its linkage with Quebec's program. She holds a BS and MS in Atmospheric Sciences from UC Davis.

Scott Lewis

Scott Lewis
President, World Energy

Scott has been in the renewable fuels industry for more than 20 years now and understands the importance of culture and government that values reduction in carbon as currency. His experience centers around building out and managing commercial programs for Biodiesel, Renewable Diesel, and now Sustainable Aviation Fuel production facilities. His advocacy in the U.S. and Canada for better policies governing the renewable and biofuel market has driven important and positive change for World Energy and the industry as a whole.

Today, Scott leads World Energy’s commercial SAF operations, helping to build strategic relationships with suppliers, customers, government officials, and joint venture partners.

Bill Peters

Bill Peters
Clean Fuels Program Market Analyst, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Bill Peters is the Market Analyst for Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program, where he’s worked since 2016. He works on various aspects of the program from rulemaking to implementation and market monitoring. Prior to that he was a reporter and deputy editor for Argus Air Daily in Washington, DC and Portland, Oregon where he worked on covering North American carbon, emissions, and renewable electricity policy and markets.

Abbey Brown

Abbey Brown
Clean Fuel Standard Technical Lead, Washington Department of Ecology

Abbey Brown is the Technical Lead for the Clean Fuel Standard at the Washington Department of Ecology. She has spent her career working on climate, energy, and air quality policy for governments and non-profits in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Washington State, including Environmental Defense Fund and the World Resources Institute’s NDC Partnership. She holds a B.A. in Political Studies from Bard College and a M.A. in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

Grant Zimmerman

Grant Zimmerman
Chief Executive Officer, Amp Americas

Grant Zimmerman is CEO and director of Amp Americas, a pioneer in converting dairy waste into carbon-negative renewable transportation fuel and power. He joined the company as senior vice president of business development in 2015, and assumed the role of CEO in 2016. As CEO, Zimmerman is focused on growing the market for RNG and other carbon-negative renewable products that combat climate change and improve air quality. Under Zimmerman’s leadership, Amp Americas’ operations have eliminated more than 1,400,000 metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions per year, equivalent to taking about 300,000 cars off the road for one year. Prior to Amp Americas, Zimmerman was an associate principal at McKinsey & Company in the global energy and materials and corporate finance practices where he served clients in strategy and operations. Before McKinsey, Zimmerman served in commercial and finance roles with Enron and the Enron bankruptcy estate. Zimmerman earned his MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, graduating with high honors. He also holds a MPA and BBA, Honors from the University of Texas at Austin.

Rebecca Boudreaux

Rebecca Boudreaux
President and Chief Executive Officer, Oberon Fuels

Rebecca Boudreaux is President and CEO of Oberon Fuels, a renewable fuels leader that converts waste to renewable dimethyl ether (DME) and methanol to decarbonize global carbon emissions across the shipping and propane industries, while enabling the hydrogen economy of the future. She built the world’s first commercial renewable DME production plant and drove the first commercial sales of propane blended with DME. She has also secured partnerships with and/or investments from industry leaders around the world, including Suburban Propane, Lipigas, DCC, Volvo Trucks, Mack Trucks and Ford.

Boudreaux has performed research at MIT, Princeton University, and National Starch and Chemical, which ultimately led her to co-found Intezyne Technologies, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on increasing the effectiveness of cancer treatments. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Polymer Science at the University of Southern Mississippi and a master’s and doctorate in Polymer Science and Engineering at the University of Massachusetts. In 2022, she was named a top 10 Industry Innovator by Butane Propane News.

New for 2024 - September 16 add-ons

Unique experiences and exclusive insights: Add one of these add-ons to your main conference pass to access exclusive content or an additional networking experience with your industry peers.

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