150+ companies make early commitments to 2012 Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference

February 20, 2012 |

In Florida, Biofuels Digest released the names of more than 150 companies that are, to date, committed to participating in the 2012 Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference, which will take place April 2-5, 2012 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC.

ABLC 2012 will be host to five interactive conferences: Renewable Chemicals Live on April 2, the Forest Bioenergy Workshop on April 3, the Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference on April 3-5, the Bio-Based Investor Summit on April 5, and Military and Aviation Markets on April 5.

Biofuels Digest organizes the annual conference each April to offer “networking like crazy” and content-rich sessions featuring industry’s most senior leaders.

Full conference details and registration and sponsorship information, are available here.

CEO Presentations
Solazyme, Amyris, Gevo, LS9, BP Biofuels, Codexis, Rentech, ZeaChem, LanzaTech, Green Plains Renewable Energy, American Process, Ceres, Mascoma, Genomatica, Elevance, Enerkem, Malaysian Life Sciences Fund, Phycal, BioProcess Algae, Green PlainProterro, Terrabon, SynGest, Verdezyne, Virent, Rennovia, OPX Biotechnologies, BioARchitecture Labs, Primus Green Energy, Metabolix, Chromatin, Catchlight Energy, Byogy Renewables, Rivertop Renewables, Avello Bioenergy, Ensyn,  Myriant, GlycosBio, Cobalt Technologies

Industry Association leadership presentations
National Biodiesel Board, Advanced Biofuels Association, Algal Biomass Organization, BIO, Growth Energy, USDA, DOE

Leadership, Investor and Buyer Presentations
General Wesley K. Clark (Retd), US Renewables Group, FAA, ARA, Airlines for America, Defense Logistics Agency, Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, Honeywell’s UOP, Stern Brothers, Mintz Levin, Burrill & Co., Hudson Clean Energy Partners, Genencor, Taylor-DeJohgh, Fitch, Standard & Poors, CIBC World Markets  Louisiana Economic Development, Hawaii State Energy Office, Georgia Environmental Finance Authority, Metron Aviation, Chapparal Energy

ABLC Sponsors
Primus Green Energy, American Process, CADEV, Codexis, HCL CleanTech, Sud-Chemie, ArborGen, Fluor, BAL, Genencor, Austrade, Advanced Biofuels Association, Stern Brothers, Mintz Levin, Kreig Devault, Green Plains Renewable Energy, Grenada Economic Development District, IPP, Rennovia, Stipkala

Companies and organizations attending include:
ACA Associates, Advanced Biofuels Association, Agenda 2020 Technology Alliance, Agrisoma Biosciences, Air Products and Chemicals, Airlines for America, Alaska Airlines, Algal Biomass Organization, Alliance Biofuels Conferences, American Process, Amyris
Andritz Inc., Applied Research Associates, Inc., ArborGen, Australian Trade Commission, Avantium, Avello Bioenergy Inc, Barber Advisors LLC, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science (BIOS), Betaseed Inc, BIO, Bio Architecture Lab, Inc., Bio-NRG, LLC, Bioenergy Deployment Consortium, Biofuels Digest, BioProcess Algae, Bloomberg, BNA, Blue Marble Biomaterials, BofA Merrill Lynch, BP Biofuels, Burns & McDonnell, Burrill & Company, Byogy Renewables, CAAFI Certification/Qualification Team,

Canadian Consulate General Miami, Catchlight Energy, Ceres, CH2M HILL, Champagne-Ardennes, Chaparral Energy, Chevron, Chromatin, CIBC World Markets, Inc., Citi Investment Research, Cleantech Alliance Mid Atlantic (CAMA), Cobalt Technologies, Codexis, Coequity, Collaborative Events, Coskata, Covanta Energy, Defense Logistics Agency Energy, Direve Industrial Biotechnology GmbH, DLA Piper LLP (US), Dominion Bond Rating Service, DSM, Durr Systems, Inc., Dyadic International, Elevance, Elsevier Biofuel, Enerkem, Ensovi, LLC, Ensyn Technologies Inc., EnVertis Consulting Inc., Environmental, Entrepreneurs, European Economic Development Partners, F.O. Licht Commodity Analysis, FAA/CAAFI, Fish & Richardson PC, Fitch, Flint Hills Resources, Fredrikson & Byron P.A., Gas Technology Institute, Genencor, General Atomics,

Genomatica, Georgia Environmental Finance Authority, Gevo, Glycos Biotechnologies, Inc., Goldman Sachs, Government Contracting Specialists, LLC, Graal Bio, Green Plains Renewable Energy, Green Power Conferences, Green Vision Group, Inc., Growth Energy, Haltermann Solutions, Hawaii State Energy Office, HCL Cleantech, Heidrick & Struggles, Herty AMDC, Honeywell UOP, Hudson Clean Energy Partners, ICM Inc., Imperium Renewables, Indiana University, Innovation Norway, Iogen Energy, Iowa Economic Development Authority, IR1 Group, Jefferies & Company Inc., KBR, Kellogg Brown & Root, Kincannon & Reed, Krieg DeVault, KY Energy & Environment Cabinet, LanzaTech, Leatherstocking LLC, Lockheed Martin, Louisiana Economic Development, LS9, Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund Ltd, Mascoma Corporation, MATHESON,

Maverick Biofuels, MBI, Mergermarket, Metabolix, Metron Aviation, Mintz Levin, Mississippi State University, Montauk Energy, Myriant, National Biodiesel Board, National Cancer Institute, NIH, National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center, North Dakota State University, Novozymes, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, OPIS, OPX Biotechnologies, Pacific Crest, Phycal, Platts, Port of Seattle, Primus Green Energy, Proterro, Pulsar Energy Capital, PureVision Technology, pyroil international, Renewable Analytics, Renewable Energy Group, Renewable Energy Strategies LLC, Rennovia, Rentech, Ricardo, Rivertop Renewables, Rodman Publications, Sapphire Energy, ScottMadden, Show Me Energy Cooperative, Sierra Energy, Solazyme, Space Coast Energy Consortium, SPW, Standard & Poor’s, Stern Brothers & Co.,

Stratum Technologies, Sud-Chemie AG, Sweetwater Energy, Inc., Syngest, Synthos S.A., TAPPI, Taylor-DeJongh, Inc., Terrabon, TeselaGen Biotechnology, Tesoro Companies Inc., The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, ThermoChem Recovery Int’l Inc. (TRI), TipToe Technology, U.S. Department of Agriculture , U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Energy Information Administration, UFRJ – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Union of Indonesian Estate Crops Farmers’ Association, United Airlines, University of Hawaii / CTAHR, University of Illinois, UOP, US Renewable Group, Venrock, Verdezyne, VIN2DA GREEN ENERGY SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD, Virent, Waste Management, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, ZeaChem Inc.

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