Events in 2012

National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo
Houston, Texas – November 27th to 29th, 2012

5th Biofuels International Conference
Antwerpen, Belgium – November 21st to 22nd, 2012

“Overcoming biofuel limitations through gaseous fermentation to drop-in fuels”

F.O. Licht’s World Ethanol and Biofuels
Munich, Germany- 5-8th November, 2012

“Direct fermentation routes to light olefins”

International Bioenergy Summit 2012
New Delhi, India – November 5th to 6th, 2012

“Synthetic biology for direct gazeous fermentation to isobutene, a platform molecule for drop-in fuels such as isooctane, jetfuel and diesel”

Biofuels 2012, 7th Annual Meeting
Amsterdam, Netherlands – October 16th to 18th, 2012

“Overcoming limitations of bio-ethanol, biodiesel and bio-jetfuel through gaseous fermentation to drop-in fuels”

EFIB 2012
Düsseldorf, Germany – October 16th to 18th, 2012

“Ensuring feedstock flexibility for isobutene production, a platform molecule for chemical and fuel applications”

Pacific Rim Summit
Vancouver, Canada – October 10th to 12th, 2012

“Renewable Chemical Platforms – Next Generation Monomers and Polymers”

Amsterdam, Netherlands – September 25th to 27th, 2012

“Isobutene fermentation with multiple fuels applications”

ICIS Butadiene & Derivatives
Berlin, Germany – September 11th & 12th, 2012

“Going green: Bio-based butadiene production”

BiobasedWorld / ACHEMA
Frankfurt, Germany – 18-22 June 2012

“Feedstock-agnostic direct fermentation to isobutene, propylene butadiene and other light olefins”

Biofuels FlightPath Workshop on “Upstream R&D and Innovation”
Milano, Italy – 18 June 2012

“Bio-Jetfuel: Gaseous fermentation enables the use of sugar as feedstock instead of vegetable oil”

F.O. Licht’s Biofuels
Budapest, Hungary – 13-14 June 2012

“Analysing Future Developments for Renewable Chemicals”

Toulouse, France – June 4th to 6th

“A feedstock-agnostic gaseous fermentation process leading to drop-in fuels such as IsoOctane, Jetfuel and Diesel”

World Biofuels 2012
Sevilla, Spain – 9-10 May 2012

“Overcoming current limitations of bioethanol and biodiesel in terms of feedstock compatibility, process efficiency and drop-in properties”

Industrial Bio
Orlando, USA – April 29th-May 2nd 2012

“Renewable Chemicals Development: Olefinics, Esters, Alcohols”

Development of an artificial enzymatic cascade for the in vivo production of isobutene
Graz, Austria – 10-13 April 2012
Washington, USA – 28-30 March 2012

“Feedstock-agnostic direct fermentation technology yielding rubber monomers”

Green Polymer Chemistry
Cologne, Germany – 20-22 March 2012

“Propylene, Isobutene, Butadiene and other light olefins from renewable resources”

CRIBIQ – Industrial Synthetic Biology
Montreal, Canada – 29 February 2012
The future for bioplastic feedstocks / Innovation takes Root
Orlando, USA – 20-22 February 2012

“Propylene, Isobutene, Butadiene and other Light Olefins From Different Renewable Feedstocks”

Next Generation Biofuels
London, United Kingdom – 7-9 February 2012

“Feedstock-agnostic Advanced Bio-Jetfuels”

2nd Annual Global Biofuels Summit
Barcelona, Spain – 25-26 January 2012

“A feedstock-agnostic technology to drop-in Gasoline, JetFuel and Diesel”

Renewable Chemicals 2012 Brussels
Brussels, Belgium – 25-26 January 2012

“Assessing Variables In Trade Balances And Forecasts For The EU Starch Industry”