Gasification 28th-29th March 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany


Site Visit:
Biomass-to-Liquids (BtL) – The bioliq® Process

The bioliq® pilot plant covers the complete process chain required for producing customized fuels from residual biomass. For energy densification of the biomass, fast pyrolysis is applied. The liquid pyrolysis oil and solid char obtained can be processed into intermediate fuels of high energy density. Fuel and chemicals production from syngas requires high pressures. Therefore, syngas production is already performed at pressures up to 80 bar by entrained flow gasification. Gas cleaning and conditioning are conducted at the same pressure at high temperatures allowing for optimal heat recovery and thus improved energy efficiency. In the bioliq® pilot plant the purified syngas is firstly converted into dimethyl ether and then further to gasoline.

There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.

Who Will Attend?

Company Types: Energy Companies, Oil Refineries, Petrochemical Companies, Technical Service Providers, Consultants & Regulators.

Job Titles/Functions: Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Directors, Managers & Senior Engineers of: Gasification, Clean Coal Technology, Biomass, Research & Development, New Technologies, Renewable Strategy Sustainable Technologies, Environment, CO2/CCS, Business Development Manager.

To get a full brochure or to receive 15% subscriber’s discount, please contact

Mohammad Ahsan on +44 (0)20 3141 0606 or or register online with the code ECGe7MKT

Conference details:

Name:  Gasification 2018

Place and dates:           28th&29thMarch 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany

Telephone:                   +44 (0) 20 3141 0606


Contact Name: 
Mohammad Ahsan

Conference Fee:           £1,595 + VAT(15% Discount Code Online ECGe7MKT)



Please find here the Agenda of the event.

Please find here the Website of the event.


ACI’s 7th Annual Gasification Summit, taking place on first quarter of 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, will comprise two days of formal presentations, interactive roundtable discussions and excellent networking opportunities, providing an ideal setting to convene with your peers to discuss both current operational & future planned gasification plants, end product markets, potential barriers & support policies as well as project economics & finance.


The European Biopolymers Summit, 14th-15th February 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany

The 5th Edition of ACI’s  European Biopolymer Summit will be taking place on 14th – 15th February 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany. The two day event specially designed to bring together senior executives, key industry experts, researchers and bioplastic manufacturers, to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of bioenvironmental polymer engineering, most recent innovations, trends and concern as well as solutions adopted in the sector.

It’s also provides platform to meet experts form other industries such food & beverage, product & packaging  and automotive to discuss the latest strategies on commercialisation, application and market access of biopolymer products and methods to overcome current market challenges and maximise the opportunities.

Companies already confirmed include:FORD, LEGO, Dupont, AEP Polymers, OWS, Eastman Chemical,FKuRKunststoff GmbH, Total Carbion, AITIIP BARBARA, Afnor, NIPPON GOHSEI EUROPE GMBH, Constantia Flexibles Germany Gmbh, KNOTEN WEIMAR Internationale TransferstelleUmwelttechnologien GmbH, Eubia Association of Biomass, CIDETEC, AITIIP, Bio Amber, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Draka Polymer Films BV, ThyssenkruppRasselstein, Thyssenkrupp, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, IMCD, Trinseo, Klaus Dahleke KGand many others…

Key Topics:

  • Environmental Policy Impact on Biopolymer Industry
  • Brand Owners and Retailers Perspective on the Growing Role of Biopolymers
  • Polymer Fundamentals: the Best Performing Features of the Design and Properties of Biodegradable polymers
  • Commercialisation & Market Access
  • Next Generation Polymers: Biopolymers with Advanced Functionalities for High Performance Applications
  • Pioneering New Processes & Technologies
  • Biopolymers Producers Case Study: Exploring the Excellence
  • Challenges of Sourcing Sustainable Feedstock used in Production of Bio– based Polymers

Please find here the Agenda.

Please find here the Website

For more information and to register your attendance please contact Mohammad Ahsan

Quote booking reference CBCe5MKTon

Phone number: +44 (0) 203 141 0606 or


International Food Waste Valorisation Workshop 6-7th April 2018 during the Climate Show in Geneva.

Drilona Shtjefni, Deputy Secretary General of EUBIA, will represent the Agrocycle project in the workshop of the Climate Show.

The International Food Waste Valorisation Workshop will be dedicated to the most innovative solutions for the protection of the climate and the reduction of carbon emissions. Its objective is to bring together the many technologies and climate protection solutions available on the market, which are often dispersed and inaccessible.

The Show will provide answers to questions about reducing carbon emissions, limiting global temperature increases and adapting to the effects of climate change. The program of the plenary session (6 April 2018, afternoon) includes the participation of high-level speakers such as Mr. Bertrand Piccard (World Alliance for Efficient Solutions), Prof. Thomas Stocker (member of the IPCC) and Ms. Barbara Ryan (Secretariat Director of GEO). Many others will be present to support and share their thoughts on global warming at the occasion of this unique multi-dimensional concept, composed of different themes, workshops, roundtable and forums, organised around a showcase of technological advances.

Please find more information here about the International Food Waste Valorisation Workshop.

Climate Show, 6-8 April 2018 in Geneva.

EUBIA will participate in the Climate show which takes place in Geneva between the 6-8 of April 2018.

The Climate Show will have different themes, workshops and forums organised around a showcase of technological advances. Tangibly, the Show will provide answers to questions about reducing carbon emissions, limiting global temperature increases and adapting to the effects of climate change.

More specifically, the 3 principle show themes will be : Clean technologies, Adaptation to climate change and Financing sustainable projects.

EUBIA Members have a 50% of discount for this event.

Please find here more information about the Climate show.

Market and regulatory issues related to Bio-CC(U)S, 16th January 2018 in Brussels.

Market and regulatory issues related to Bio-CC(U)S:

The IEA Bioenergy Special Project on Bio-CCS and Bio-CCU in cooperation with the Directorate General of the European Commission is organising this workshop to address market and regulatory issues related to large-scale industrial implementation of Bio-CC(U)S as a climate mitigating tool. The whole-day workshop will feature speakers from industry, policy-making, research and NGO’s allocated to four sessions; Background and introduction, Policy perspectives, Bio-CCS, and Bio-CCU. The workshop will be rounded off with a panel discussion. A full agenda with confirmed speakers will be available at the IEA Bioenergy Special Project on Bio-CCS and Bio-CCU web pages closer to the event.

The workshop is free of charge, but places are limited and registration is made on a first come, first serve basis.

Find more information about the event and the registration please click here.

European Algae Industry Summit 2018, 25th & 26th April in Vienna, Austria.

ACI’s European Algae Industry 2018 will take place on 25th & 26th April in Vienna, Austria.

The event will once again bring together key players within the algae industry including leaders from cosmetics, food, feed, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals across the globe allowing attendees to gain a deeper understanding of recent industry developments and, most importantly, economically viable applications.

Find more information about the event here.

7th Forum of Biomass and Waste 1st March 2018 in Warsaw.

The 7th Forum of Biomass and Waste, which will be held on March 1st, 2018 in Warsaw.

The Forum of Biomass and Waste is a series of debates, meetings and accompanying events that cover the most important issues for the development of the biomass sector and those related to the WTE sector (waste to energy). The main objective of the Forum is to bring together experts from many countries to share experiences on the latest developments in the use of biomass and waste for energy. Today the Forum functions as a platform for the exchange of current knowledge and an important tool for the transfer of know-how, technology and innovation. The annual event brings together a broad spectrum of market participants, including energy and industry experts, biomass suppliers, representatives of the public sector, scientists, engineers and technologists, industry organizations, financial institutions, government and administration representatives.

The forthcoming 7th edition of the Forum in 2018 will focus on the opportunities of biomass and waste markets, particularly in business, legal and technical areas. The experts will assess the potential of biomass and alternative fuels (RDF, SRF) on the market and will discuss development policy in the power market, cooperatives and energy clusters as well as the so called winter package.

Forum’s agenda includes:

Formal opening of the Forum by a representative of the Polish Commitee of World Energy Council
Inaugural lecture: Current legislative directions for biomass and waste to energy sector – Polish Ministry of Energy
Projects of the State Forests aimed at using wood for energy purposes – General Directorate of the State Forests
Panel discussion: European alternative and biomass fuel market – pellet, RDF, wood.
Among speakers: Regional Directorate of the State Forests in Gdańsk, Polish Pellet Council, Automotive Industry Institute, Gurupa Ożarów S.A, Polish Chamber of Commerce for Recycling, National Chamber of Biofuels
Case Study: Swedish closed-loop waste recycling and energy facility – E.ON Sweden
Case Study: Kaunas waste-to-energy power plant – Fortum and Lietuvos Energija
Case Study: Modern and environmentally friendly CHP plant powered by wood chips – Eneris Group

The forthcoming 7th Forum we will create a place for a substantive debate among professionals. At the same time the latest implementations and the most interesting technological solutions will also be presented.

For more information about the event please click here.

Members of EUBIA will have a 10% discount for the registration of the event.

For more information about possible cooperation, please contact:
Barbara Boczek
phone +48 22 82 77 123

Agriculture & Food Summit 30th November 2017, Paris.

POLITICO will gather 130+ farmers, policymakers and agriculture and food industry experts for the first Agriculture & Food Summit, in Paris. The challenges and opportunities of sustainable food production and the ways in which our growing world is inspiring innovation and industry potential will be discussed.

Please find here more information of the event.

Energy Visions Series: Post COP23- The Changing Dynamics of Climate Diplomacy, 23th November, Brussels.

The event will bring together senior EU policy-makers, business and civil society representatives to reflect on the main outcomes of COP23 and explore Member States and cities commitments to tackle climate change and what all this means for the energy transition process.

Find here more information about the event.

Water Knowledge Europe 2017

Water Knowledge Europe 2017 takes place 29th – 30th of November 2017  in Brussels.

Please find here the agenda of the event.

For more information about the event please click here.