Speakers for this year’s Biofuels Conference have been announced with chief executive officers (CEOs) from firms such as BP Fuels and Infinis set to rub shoulders with heads from organisations such as the Department for Transport.
Visitors can expect to hear biofuel specific speeches from Tony Collins, CEO at Virgin Trains, Graham Prince of D1 Oils, Rupert Furness, head of Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation at the Department for Transport and Philip New, CEO of BP Fuels.
Various important eco initiatives will be discussed at the conference including second and third generation biofuels and the Road Transportation Fuel Objective.
Richard Price, Event Director of Biofuels Media commented: "With the growing importance of renewable fuel production and promotion, this year’s Biofuels Conference will be the key event for senior executives in the biofuels market."
The event is set to be the largest eco conference in Europe and will take place in Newark, Nottinghamshire from October 17th to 18th. As many as 4,000 visitors are set to flock to the event to see more than 100 exhibitors.
Conference sessions will be available on all facets of biofuel and biodiesel, such as tax incentives for motorists and the sustainability in the future for cars and other modes of transport.