08 十月 - 11 十月 2019
英国,伦敦

阿格斯生物燃料市场日报(Argus Biofuels)

  • 08:30
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  • 09:30
  • Registration and breakfast Sponsored by - UPM Biofuels
  • 09:30
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  • 09:40
  • Chairperson's opening remarks and antitrust disclaimer Chris Judge - Vice-President, Crude and Products, Argus
  • 09:40
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  • 10:00
  • Meeting mandates: An overview of REDII policy and requirements
  • Outlining the mandates of REDII across Europe
  • Policy overview: New requirements for biofuels producers
  • 10:00
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  • 10:20
  • How will RED II be implemented across member states?
  • What will be addressed when politicians discuss the implementation of REDII
  • Reviewing the contentions over eligibility of feedstocks
  • 10:10
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  • 11:05
  • Panel discussion: How can member states succeed in fulfilling higher mandates?
  • Challenges and strategies in fulfilling higher demand for biofuels
  • Member state outlooks of biofuels capacity and targets
  • Reviewing the differences of incentives and product availability across member states

Chairperson: Elmar Baumann, Secretary General, VDB

Speakers:

Timo Huhtisarri, Sustainability Director, Neot

Rachel Soloman Williams, Head of Low Carbon Transport Fuels, Department for Transport

Cloe Ragot, Policy Officer, Plastic Energy

  • 11:05
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  • 11:50
  • Networking break
  • 11:50
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  • 12:10
  • Overview: Supply/demand trends in European biodiesel and HVO Charles Jans - Principal, Argus
  • Changes in supply/demand dynamics in the past year to 3 months
  • How global tariffs and quotas change import/export dynamics
  • EU policy to manage growth in increasing imports and trade
  • 12:10
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  • 12:30
  • Ticket to ride: Incentivising biofuels supply growth through ticketing systems
  • German ticketing system outline: Increasing profit margins for biofuels producers
  • How do ticketing systems operate to successfully increase biofuels production?
  • How the German ticketing system differs from other systems in Europe, such as the Netherlands
  • 12:30
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  • 13:10
  • Panel discussion: How waste-based feedstocks such as UCO affects the price
  • Assessing demand and supply dynamics
  • Evaluating pricing trends and market drivers
  • Reviewing market changes

Chairperson: John Houghton-Brown, Editor, Argus Biofuels

Speakers:

Colin Cowan, Trading Manager, COUNT Renewables
Luis Poch Rodrigo, CEO and Founder, UCO Trading
Kees Schipper, Broker, Global Bio Broker
James Standage,
Biodiesel Physical Boker, OTC Europe

  • 13:10
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  • 14:20
  • Lunch break
  • 14:20
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  • 14:40
  • Claim to FAME: How will the EU replace palm oil by 2030? Caroline Midgley - Head of Research, LMC International
  • Assessing the scope of first generation feedstocks 
  • Assessing the future of oilseeds imports to EU
  • Reviewing the industry’s dependence on palm oil
  • 14:40
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  • 15:00
  • Compliance under Annex 9: How can we ensure RED certification criteria are met and protect against the risk of fraud? Jan Henke - Director, ISCC
  • How do we certify the qualities of Annex 9 products and the complexities of standardisation
  • Heightened risks around products with multipliers, such as double-counting
  • How can we reduce the risk of fraudulent biofuels?
  • 15:00
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  • 15:35
  • The desirables: Where will we find enough waste-based fuels to fulfil REDII goals?
  • Reviewing availability in waste-based fuels
  • Success stories in advanced biofuels: UCO, and potential of recycled plastic and more
  • Double-counting in biofuels and influence on trade
  • Are there are enough waste-based feeds to meet the Commission’s ambitions?
  • 15:35
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  • 16:10
  • Networking break
  • 16:10
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  • 16:30
  • Case study: How can digital transformation increase productivity in the industry?
  • Outlining digital transformation strategies and implementation
  • Understanding models to mitigate risks and capitalise on market opportunities
  • 16:50
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  • 17:30
  • 360 meet the supply-chain panel: Understanding challenges in storage, logistics and profit margins
  • Combining trading, operations, shipping, storage, freights, investment, certification, production, and blending, we will explore the costs and challenges for the supply of biofuels
  • Reviewing trends and changes in the biofuels market and how the full supply-chain can adapt
  • 17:30
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  • 17:40
  • Closing remarks
  • 17:40
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  • 19:40
  • Evening drinks reception
  • 09:10
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  • 09:20
  • Chairperson’s opening remarks and antitrust disclaimer
 
  • 09:20
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  • 09:40
  • New opportunities and commercial success in bio-jet fuel
  • Outlining demand and products available
  • Aviation industry perspective: Needs for biofuels
  • What is the aviation sector doing to increase the use of bio-jet fuel
  • 09:40
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  • 10:00
  • HGVs: Fuels to reduce the footprint of heavy-duty vehicles
  • Biogas, biofuels, or recycled bottles? Options in cleaner fuel
  • Challenges for fuelling heavy vehicles
  • Scale of potential opportunities for the biofuels industry
  • 10:00
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  • 10:20
  • Case study: The adoption of biofuels in the maritime sector
  • Challenges and developments in bio-marine fuel
  • Outlining products available to the industry
  • 10:00
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  • 10:50
  • Networking break
  • 10:50
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  • 11:10
  • Will projects continue in co-processing?
  • Addressing opportunities for co-processing in production
  • Defining the landscape of co-processing operations
  • 11:10
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  • 11:50
  • Panel discussion: HVO new projects and current scope
  • Discussing new projects on the table: Capacities and qualities
  • Understanding the level of UCO and other feedstocks utilised in HVO production
  • Assessing HVO investments and production scale
  • 11:50
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  • 12:20
  • How can Chinese UCO disrupt global biodiesel markets?
  • Reviewing Chinese domestic UCO production landscape
  • How does Chinese UCO affect price and global supply/demand dynamics?
  • Current import/export levels of Chinese UCO
  • 12:20
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  • 13:30
  • Lunch break
  • 13:30
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  • 14:00
  • Asia biofuels and feedstock outlook
  • Reviewing production levels and demand in Asian markets
  • Assessing growth in Asian exports
  • Discussing biofuels regulations and diversity in Asian markets
  • 14:00
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  • 14:50
  • Panel discussion: Global supply/demand balances
  • International tariffs and implications on trade
  • How has the anti-dumping duty lift changed biofuels trade
  • Are international markets becoming more domesticated?
  • 14:50
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  • 15:20
  • Networking break
  • 15:20
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  • 16:10
  • Roundtables
  • 16:10
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  • 16:20
  • Closing remarks
  • 16:20
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  • Conference close
  • 08:30
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  • 09:10
  • Registration and networking