Biomass Energy Network (BEN) and BC Bioenergy Network (BCBN) have partnered to present a two-panel discussion on advanced liquid biofuels.
The event will take place from 9am to 11:30am PST/10am to 12:30pm MST on Wednesday, November 25th.
The Canadian government’s release of the Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) is anticipated to facilitate innovation and the development of new technologies and fuel streams to support compliance. The proposed regulations for liquid fuels in the CFS pose an opportunity for advanced liquid biofuels throughout the nation. Western Canada has abundant agricultural and forestry resources, along with industrial and technical expertise that could be leveraged to promote innovation in the liquid biofuels space. To address this opportunity, the event will feature two panels:
1) Clean Fuel Standard: An Opportunity to Grow the Bioeconomy
2) Breaking Down Feedstock Supply
The first panel will discuss how the CFS will require innovation to support compliance and change in markets. As overarching policy, the CFS will create a new environment that will demand new fuel types and lower carbon fuels. As Western Canada is abundant in biomass and technical capability, how do we seize this opportunity to grow the bioeconomy?
The second panel will discuss feedstock supply chains and their impact on the liquid fuels space in Western Canada. This panel will outline existing obstacles within feedstock supply chains and discuss promising and innovative solutions that could assist in addressing such obstacles.
Download the program here.
View the replay here.