Risks to road transportation fuels
The inaugural Argus Biofuels Asia 2017 will be held on 12-13 June.
Biofuels have emerged as an alternative to conventional petroleum sources given they emit fewer harmful pollutants. Many countries have started using this alternative fuel to reduce their dependence on oil, while several nations have converted to 100pc biofuel use. Vehicle use is increasing in Asia in particular, boosting demand for diesel and gasoline. Governments looking to reduce carbon emissions have implemented mandates requiring a certain proportion of ethanol to be used in gasoline blending. However, production of these biofuels is costly making them expensive.
The Inaugural Argus Biofuels Asia 2017 conference will feature high-level discussions on the global biofuels market, including analysis of demand, supply and trading conditions. The event will also discuss the latest pricing mechanisms for ethanol and biodiesel and market reactions to rapid gains in crude price.
Asia’s market drivers and contribution to economic growth - Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Philippines and Thailand
Global year-by-year biofuel production surge and competing demand levels
Gasoline market developments: Trading landscape, ethanol blending values and mandates
Influence of conventional fuels pricing on the value of cleaner alternatives
Discussion: How will the future of biofuels take shape post 2020?
Super early bird pricing at just US$ 995. Make your registration today.