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WHO’S THERE, AND GETTING INVOLVED

At ABFC 2015, you'll meet project developers, growers, seed technologists, logistics advisers, aggregation experts, policy and government program experts, financiers, and storage and transport experts.

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Charting the course for the new feedstocks powering the Advanced Bioeconomy

The Advanced Bioeconomy Feedstocks Conference is about real dialogue by the real leaders on the real issues in feedstocks and supply chain.

As companies develop, plant, grow, protect, aggregate, ship, store, prepare and pretreat the feedstocks of tomorrow, there are pressing issues in the business models, economics, partnerships, government programs & policies, finance, risk management, logistics, equipment, and yield improvement. At ABFC, we'll look at dedicated energy crops, agricultural residues, MSW, fast, oils, greases, algae, oilseeds, industrial gases like CO2, cellullosic sugars and woody biomass. It's an in-depth look at the sources, ss the advanced bioeconomy is reaching scale.

Unparalleled networking – where the “ones to know” go

The who's who of the industry — starting with the Top 125 People in the Advanced Bioeconomy — make Digest conferences a "must-go" opportunity to make new contacts and renew ties with partners, policymakers, investors, technologists, R&D leaders and more.

At ABFC 2015 in New Orleans, you'll participate in plenary sessions on the major topics, specialized workshops, trade association meet-ups, one-to-one networking and meetings, press events, private and event-wide receptions, and media events ranging from trade press to televised event coverage and roundtables via BioChannel.TV.