9th Annual RFS2, RINs & Biodiesel Forum — October 2-4, 2017 — Chicago, IL
Perspectives on the Evolving Renewable Fuel Standard — The Renewable Fuel Standard at a Crossroads: Considerations and Opportunities
While the Trump administration’s proposed 2018 RVOs largely offered continued support for the renewable fuels industry, questions remain over how the White House will come down on a number of key issues, including potential changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard’s point of obligation, the domestic biodiesel and renewable diesel’s petition to impose duties on imports of Argentinean and Indonesian fuel and policies designed to support higher ethanol blends in the U.S. gasoline supply.
It won’t be easy for biofuels producers and obligated parties to prepare for any proposed regulatory changes in this uncertain market, but OPIS is here to help make your job easier.
If you are an obligated party under the RFS, you’ll want the most knowledgeable perspective on compliance issues and cost-effective strategies for buying biofuels and RINs.
If you’re a biofuels producer, you’ll want to know where your opportunities are greatest and how future developments may affect your business.
For the ninth year in a row, OPIS has assembled experts from across the fuels and biofuels industries to present timely, in-depth information on the key developments shaping the RFS2 program and the RINs and biodiesel industries.
Join the industry, your customers, colleagues, and the competition at 9th Annual OPIS RFS2, RINs & Biodiesel Forum in Chicago from October 2nd through the 4th for in-depth discussion of today’s critical topics.
You will come away more knowledgeable and better prepared for when you stand at the RFS crossroads that impact your operational decisions in the months and years ahead. READ MORE