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What are Likely Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels?

Tuesday, March 10

10:30 am - 11:20 am

Advanced biofuels are beginning to make in-roads into the transportation fuels market due to decarbonization policies and technology. Renewable diesel and jet fuel are the leading fuels that rely on low-carbon bio-oils—such as used cooking oil, fats, and tallow—and existing technologies. However, it is unlikely that these fuels and feedstocks alone can meet the targets of existing and emerging policies. Other feedstocks will be needed. What are likely feedstocks for advanced biofuels? What is the status of processing technologies to produce large amounts of biofuels from these feedstocks? What enabling technologies are needed? Can advanced biofuels and feedstocks compete with the life cycle and economics of non-liquid transport fuels?

Session Speakers
  • Kevin Lindemer

    IHS Markit

    Managing Director, Downstream Consulting, Energy

  • Jan M. Henke

    Meo Carbon Solutions GmbH and International Sustainability and Carbon Certification

    Director

  • Paulo Côrte-Real Neves

    Raízen

    MD Raízen Trading

  • Cynthia (CJ) Warner

    Renewable Energy Group (REG)

    President & CEO

  • Carlos Ocampo

    Novozymes

    Global Business Director, Cellulosic Biorefining