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WEBINAR: Key US and European Biofuel Policies — September 12, 2017

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WEBINAR:  Key US and European Biofuel Policies   —   September 12, 2017

STATUS OF EVOLVING CARBON & BIOFUEL REGULATIONS: A GLOBAL BIOENERGY POLICY ROUNDTABLE  The biofuels industry is heavily impacted by regulatory policy, which are increasingly focused on carbon reduction and climate change objectives. Biofuel producers, traders, and buyers who are interested in selling into a variety of markets need to understand the fundamental policies, track the upcoming changes, and consider how the various policies relate to one another to make informed decisions about expanding their business.

In this webinar, three of the most important biofuel regulations will be reviewed by industry experts, including:

  • Low Carbon Fuels Standard (LCFS) – California, Graham Noyes of the Low Carbon Fuels Coalition and Noyes Law Corporation
    • Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) – United States, Shashi Menon of Eco Engineers
    • Renewable Energy Directive (RED) and RED II – Europe, Rob Vierhout of ePURE

The learning objectives for this webinar are:
• A better understanding of the current policies in the US and Europe
• Policy outlook for the next several years
• Information critical to regional targeting for biofuel producers  READ MORE

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