Executive Conference

Gas Climate/Environment/Sustainability

The Rise of Low Carbon Intensity Biofuels?

Wednesday, March 13

07:30 am - 08:35 am

The shift to lower Carbon Intensity (CI) liquid bio-based transport fuels blending components is becoming firmly established. In California, Canada, and the European Union, the demand for lower CI biofuels is set to rise for at least the next decade. Other market could adopt similar policies. To date, the focus has largely been on renewable diesel fuel. However, as the policies move forward, market constraints are almost certain to develop and require both industry and policy adjustments. How will these low CI policy goals be met? Will other countries follow? What are the challenges and opportunities for market participants in a falling CI world?

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Session Speakers
  • Kevin Lindemer

    IHS Markit

    Managing Director, Downstream Consulting, Energy

  • Dan Szeezil

    Honeywell UOP

    Lead Sales Specialist at Envergent Technologies

  • Lisa Hanke


    Director, Government Affairs

  • Cynthia (CJ) Warner

    Renewable Energy Group (REG)

    President & CEO

  • Fernanda Delgado

    Centro de Estudo de Energia

    Research Coordinator