FEW, ACE, and more combine for virtual conference
The 36th Annual International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo will be held virtually this year, along with the American Coalition for Ethanol’s annual conference, the Biodiesel Production Technology Summit, and more. The event will take place live from Sept. 15-17, but the presentation content will be available for up to 30 days after the event.
EcoEngineers’ Director of Engineering Jim Ramm, P.E., will be attending the first-ever virtual event, as well as presenting during the Low Carbon Fuel Production Workshop on Sept. 15. According to FEW: “The day-long workshop will include discussions about not only the technical aspects of driving down a plant’s carbon intensity (CI) but also the processes required to properly document those efforts and strategies for marketing these carbon-reduced fuels to the markets asking for them.” Jim’s presentation will focus on low-CI strategies for ethanol producers and why it’s important to invest in the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard.
Jim has more than 30 years of experience as a civil and environmental engineer. His work includes management, project management, design, environmental investigation, audit, remediation, water supply, construction, solid waste, and renewable fuel production processes. You can reach Jim at email@example.com or in the virtual conference space to schedule a private meeting during the event or afterward.
According to FEW: “The FEW provides the global ethanol industry with cutting-edge content and unparalleled networking opportunities in a dynamic business-to-business environment. The FEW is the largest, longest running ethanol conference in the world—and the only event powered by Ethanol Producer Magazine.
“From its inception, the mission of the event has remained constant: The FEW delivers timely presentations with a strong focus on commercial-scale ethanol production – from quality control and yield maximization to regulatory compliance and fiscal management. The FEW is also the ethanol industry’s premier forum for unveiling new technologies and research findings. The program extensively covers cellulosic ethanol while remaining committed to optimizing existing grain ethanol operations.”
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