As one of the biggest gasoline consumers in a fast-growing automotive industry, China plans to implement a nationwide E10 mandate by 2020 as part of efforts to control emissions. Beijing is looking to hit its blending targets while reducing ethanol imports and achieving self-sufficiency through the development of ethanol plants.
Join us as we explore the feasibility of China’s ethanol expansion plans, the impact on global trade, accessibility of first-generation as well as waste-based feedstock, refinery expansion plans and a technical outlook on cellulosic ethanol production.
We look forward to welcoming you to Argus Ethanol China 2018 on 27-28 March in Beijing for two days of intensive discussions and networking.
- A truly bilingual conference featuring Chinese - English simultaneous translation catering to both international and Chinese audiences
- As an international event, expect to meet and mingle with ethanol and related markets participants from all around the world
- Technical session highlighting new market innovations for effective and cost efficient manufacturing
- Meeting rooms available allowing business communications in a more private setting
- Cocktail reception and networking time allocations for all in the industry to meet more than 100 participants worldwide
- Extension of China’s emissions control goals to the alternative fuels industry
- Ethanol feedstock landscape: Choices and ethanol produces
- China’s plan for alternative production methods, feedstocks and new refineries
- Global ethanol outlook and direction
- Will domestic production be sufficient for China’s growing transportation fuel appetite?
- Use of MTBE versus ethanol as blending components for gasoline
- Technical study of ethanol production: New market innovations for effective and cost - efficient manufacturing
View the full program here
2018 confirmed speakers
Director, Biorefining - APAC
||Li Kai Wei
Market Development Manager
Director of Fuels Marketing
- Jim Nicholson, Senior Vice President, Editorial, Argus
- Zhang Xinghua, Assistant Professor, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Clarence Woo, Executive Director, ACFA
- TBC, Axens Group Technologies
- Melissa Charn, Principal Consultant, Drewry
- Nurul Darni, Biofuels Editor, Argus
Get all your questions answered at Argus Ethanol China 2018.
For more information, topic suggestion or participation interest, please contact Kiara Zhong:
+65 6496 9926