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Europe's Largest Biofuels Congress & Exhibition ...

Europe's Largest Biofuels Congress & Exhibition
A unique 3 days of global experts discussing bioethanol, biodiesel, next generation fuels, energy crops, algae fuels, biofuels standards, biorefineries, forestry biofuels, biofuels for developing nations, drop in fuels, synfuels.
Co-located with Biomass Power Conference.

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  • Newsletter June 2009 AMSTERDAM, 15-17 MARCH 2010 WBM is the leading industry networking event where, each year, the World Class Speakers leaders of the biofuels world convene to meet new customers, suppliers Past speakers include: and partners and help drive innovation and business. Over 4500 high calibre executives from 78 countries have attended to date. AL GORE, WBM 09 was a huge success, gathering the who’s who of world biofuels to determine Former Vice President of the USA strategies for the future development of the industry worldwide. The event featured a multi-streamed congress with over 200 of the industry’s most influential speakers and a packed exhibition hall showcasing the latest biofuels SIR BOB GELDOF, technologies, products and services. Activist, Businessman & Musician Participants were quick to volunteer the importance of this event, with Kevin McGeeney CEO of leading brokerage firm and congress sponsor, Starsupply Renewables, saying “This is the number one event for biofuels globally.” LORD BROWNE, Fellow sponsor Fred Tennant, EVP of PetroAlgae was in agreement, adding “This Former CEO of BP particular conference in Europe is the place where influencers and important people in the community come.” This is an essential event for anyone looking to succeed in the future biofuels market. Highlights Greater benefits for exhibitors in 2010 • Largest: Europe’s largest biofuels conference & exhibition “We are pleased to announce that to increase traffic at the WBM 10 exhibition, we will be including additional exhibition passes in the packages for 2010” announces Ben • Influential: 65% of attendees at director level Leighton, Exhibition Director. “Clients will be able to distribute exhibition entry passes • Business: 100 exhibitors will meet new & to their contacts, delivering even more high quality leads”. existing customers The exhibition floor will include 100 of the leading international suppliers who will • Intense: 3 days of debates, networking and showcase their latest products and services, vital to the future success of your business. business meetings The exhibition will once again provide the perfect opportunity to meet new contacts • Global: A global meeting point - 78 countries and reinforce existing ones. have attended • Concentrated: One stop shop exhibition co- The world’s biofuels meeting place moves to Amsterdam located with the high-level congress Following four successful years in Brussels, the world’s leading biofuels networking • In depth: 200 expert speakers, 4 streams, 8 congress and exhibition moves to Amsterdam in 2010. “We took the decision to move WBM pre-congress forums, training courses to the RAI Congress Centre in Amsterdam for 2010, to allow for the continued growth of the • ROI: Months of networking in just 3 days congress and exhibition” says Event Director, Nadim Chaudhry. “The RAI is easily accessible, • Track record: 4,500 attendees in the last being only 15 minutes away from the airport and from the city centre - a welcome relief to 4 years past attendees who have battled through the Brussels rush hour.” • Profile: High press attendance plus the 2nd annual Sustainable Biofuels Awards PAST SPONSORS INCLUDE: Platinum Sponsors: Gold Sponsors: Silver Sponsors: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com 1
  • Inspirational keynotes Recognising excellence WBM brings together the highest level, most respected speakers from across the biofuels industry, combining inspiring keynote in biofuels sustainability presentations, in depth business and technical sessions and excellent networking opportunities. In 2009, long-time anti-poverty campaigner Sir Bob Geldof shared a stage with business leader Lord Browne and political figures in the keynote session. Sustainable Biofuels Awards 2010 – Geldof told a rapt audience that biofuels were ‘part of the mix’ that Nominations open would lead to greater development overall in Africa. An upbeat Lord Browne was more biofuels specific, telling the industry that it had Nominations are now open for the Sustainable Biofuels Awards 2010. been too defensive and negative for much of the past year. The time “The Sustainable Biofuels Awards were developed to help promote the was now ripe, he insisted, for positivity. Despite the credit crunch, the considerable benefits of biofuels production and to encourage greater worst “might be behind us”, he explained. focus on sustainability criteria right throughout the biofuels value This was recently reaffirmed by the current CEO of BP, Tony Hayward, chain,” said Green Power Conferences Event Director, Nadim Chaudhry. who said “I think it’s quite conceivable over the next decade of having You are invited to nominate a company to highlight their biofuel penetration into the gasoline pool of both Europe and the US achievements in one of the following categories: reaching as much as 20%”. 1) Sustainable Bioethanol Award – for a distributor or producer 2) Sustainable Biodiesel Award – for a distributor or producer Building relationships that drive sales 3) Sustainable Biofuels Technology – for a technology supplier Taking advantage of the unprecedented access to over 1000 strategic An independent judging panel will vote on who they consider to decision makers from around the world, leading biofuels technology provide the greatest sustainability benefits as measured by GHG and solution providers demonstrated their products at WBM 09. savings, environmental impact and further societal benefits of the operations or technology of the nominees. “It is great to have a conference partner that knows how to bring the right people together” said exhibitor BDI-BioDiesel International who The winners will be announced during the awards ceremony, which have been at the event since its first year. “We consider this event to be will take place during the WBM 10 networking evening on 16 March. one of the most fruitful, effective and best-known events in Europe”. 2009 Winners SEKAB, Argent Energy and PetroAlgae were delighted Fellow exhibitors were quick to agree that the event had proven a to pick up the prizes for the inaugural Sustainable Biofuels Awards, great success with Peder Holk Nielsen, EVP of Novozymes saying “the amid fierce competition from industry players. benefit of being here is to meet with customers, potential customers and policy makers.” Their thoughts were echoed by Tuev Sued confirming that “the week has been very rewarding and we’ve made many interesting contacts” and by the Port of Ghent: “It’s an excellent way to represent our business. We’ve made many business contacts. We simply have to be here.” “The WBM conference is a big opportunity to meet a lot of important people from the renewable energy market and we will have a lot of really high quality discussions and meetings” stated Lukas Hablutzel of Endress and Hauser. In the pipeline for 2010 • Ministerial Policy & Standards Forum WBM 10 will bring together over 200 of the most influential • Jatropha Markets Forum speakers in the biofuels industry to address strategies for the future • Algae Fuels Forum development of the industry. • Sustainable Agriculture & Certification Forum The main congress will focus on transitioning to sustainable, • Biofuels Finance Forum commercially viable second generation biofuels. • BioPower Generation Forum The event will also incorporate 8 pre-congress forums which will • Biobased Chemicals Forum enable delegates to have an in-depth look at the following sectors: • Biofuels 101 – A 1 day, non technical primer 2 www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com
  • Over 1000 leading industry players are set to attend: 1 90 2 87 84 89 • Gain access to an unrivalled audience of top 3 86 80 83 79 quality leads 4 88 85 81 75 78 74 • Shorten the sales process by speaking 5 82 70 76 directly to the decision makers 6 7 3 69 77 71 65 11 • Save time and money by meeting 7 68 64 12 72 66 60 them in one place 8 10 17 63 59 13 67 61 54 • Meet new clients and reaffirm 9 16 22 53 14 18 58 relationships with existing ones 15 21 62 55 27 52 19 23 • Understand the needs of 20 57 56 26 51 potential clients and 24 28 32 tailor your services to 25 31 37 50 29 33 meet them 49 30 36 42 • Build new business 34 38 43 48 partnerships and 35 41 39 44 influence policy makers 47 40 • Establish your company’s 45 46 position amongst the industry movers and shakers • Benchmark your strategy with other major solution providers Floorplan • Make the right connections to ensure the future success of subject to your business change How will you benefit from investing in WBM 10? Combining the exhibition with a high level networking congress makes WBM a first class event with excellent business potential. In today’s economy, exhibiting at an industry event is the most cost effective way of enhancing corporate visibility and staying ahead of your competitors. “With so many key industry decision makers in one place, WBM provides an ideal platform to meet both current and potential clients face to face, in one place, with all of your products to hand and displayed as you’d like them to be seen” noted Ben Leighton, Exhibition Director. Past exhibitors include: I 3M I Bioverda I EcoSecurities I Lanxess I Rabobank International I ABB I Bloomberg I Edwards Vacuum I LMC International I Rohm and Haas Biodiesel I Actemium I BP I Enbasys I Lubrizol Solutions I ADM I Bruker Belgium I Endress+Hauser I Lurgi I Saybolt International I Ageratec I C.M.Bernardini I Energem Biofuels I M+W Zander I SBAE Industries I Agility Logistics I Canadian Bioenergy I Evonik I MDT I SEKAB Biofuel Industries I Akion Group Corporation I Flottweg I Mer7 I SGS I Alfa Laval I Capemm I Forgim I Merloni Progetti I Simon Storage I Angel Yeast I Carotech I Fundacion ExportAR I MissionNewEnergy I SRI Consulting I Argentinean Biofuels Group I Chematur Engineering I Genencor I ML Trading Co. I Starsupply Renewables I ASG Analytik-Service GmbH I Chemrec I Ghent Bio-Energy Valley I Mott MacDonald I Sud-Chemie I Ashland Belgium I Chicago Board of Trade I Gianazza I MPBiomedicals I Technology Innovation Centre I Avantium Technologies I CM Bernadini I Global Biodiesel Global I Netafim™ I TNO- Thermal Conversion I Axens I CME Group I Flexi Solutions I Noord Natie Terminals Processes I Bayer Technology Services I Cognis I Global Green Solutions I Novozymes I Tracerco I BDI- Biodiesel International AG I Crown Iron Works I Greenergy I Oxiris I Tranter I Bio Oil I D1 Oils BP I HE Blends I Parker, Messana & Associates I Tuev Sued I BioCnergy Europa I Dallas Group I ICM I PetroAlgae I Vance Bioenergy I BioDiesel Technologies I De Smet Engineers & I Infineum I Petrobras I Vertical UK I Biofpr Contractors I Inspectorate I Petrotec Platinum Energy I Vogelbusch I Biofuels Corporation Trading I Desmet Ballestra I Intertek I POET I Wartsila Finland Limited I Dionex I ITD Hungary I Poyry Engineering I WB-CVF I BioGasol I DLA Piper I Kingsman I PPM I Westfalia Separator I BioKing I Doriane I Koole Tankstorage Zaandam I Praj Industries I Wood Mackenzie I BioPortBrake I Eco-Energy, International I Kreido Biofuels I Rabobank I Zero Point Clean Tech www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com 3
  • Network with the who’s who of the biofuels industry I BP I Standard Bank I Shell I Dexia I Petrobras I Fortum I Cargill I Noble Group I ADM I Abengoa I Bunge I Iogen I Monsanto I Royal Nedalco Stand out from the crowd I Novozymes I Samsung I Total I Mitsubishi I GE Energy I Caterpillar Why sponsor WBM 10? I Desmet Ballestra I Bosch Taking a sponsorship or exhibition stand is the most targeted and cost effective way I Degussa I MAN Ferrostaal of reaching key industry decision makers. I Poet I Wartsila WBM is the ideal platform for you to meet the right people face to face and create I Honda I Alfa Laval new relationships that are vital to the success of your business. I Renault I Dow I I Sponsoring WBM 10 will provide you with an excellent opportunity to raise your Ford Syngenta I company profile and showcase your expertise before a high calibre group of potential customers. I Volvo Akzonobel Varying levels of sponsorship are available to cater for your individual needs and I DaimlerChrysler I BASF marketing budgets including: I Chevron I DuPont Platinum Sponsor: Limited to 6 companies, these headline sponsorships I Toyota I Tata Chemicals offer excellent value for money for companies looking to dominate the I ConocoPhillps I Solvay event with their brand and to be noticed by the industry’s top executives. I Agip I Acciona Gold Sponsor: Gain the attention of major industry players through I I BDI I OK Q8 I assured speaking opportunities, prime exhibition space, excellent brand 3i I positioning and presence. E.On I PWC I Enel I Silver Sponsor: Reinforce your position as a major industry player with an Accenture I exhibition stand and excellent branding before and during the conference. RWE I British Sugar,Tate & nPower I New sponsorship options have been released for 2010, including the opportunity to Lyle I sponsor the annual Sustainable Biofuels Awards, the networking lounge, the internet Veolia I McKinsey I cafe and sustainable water bottles for delegates. Iberdrola I Kraft Foods I Electrabel I Unilever I EHN For more information: I Verenium Neste Oil Corporation To discuss sponsorship opportunities I Statoil I Renewable Energy Contact Ben Leighton for information on sponsorship packages to compliment I Hydro Group I I your marketing strategy. Ed&F MAN World Energy I Tel: +9714 8135 210 Bioverda I Unitec Bio I Email: ben.leighton@greenpowerconferences.com Virgin Fuels I UNICA I I To book an exhibition stand Rabobank Crop Energies I I Contact Amit Shahani to reserve your prime exhibition space. Goldman Sachs Solazyme I Tel: +9714 8135 219 Email: amit.shahani@greenpowerconferences.com Morgan Stanley I Virent Energy I BNP Paribas Systems I I To recommend a speaker Barclays Bank LS9 I I Contact Lauren Brodie to propose a speaker or topic for inclusion in the WBM Credit Suisse UOP I congress agenda. Tel: +44 (0)207 099 0600 I ABN AMRO Stora Enso Email: lauren.brodie@greenpowerconferences.com I Investec I Coskata To register your place I Fortis I Starsupply I Bank of Scotland Renewables I Contact Victoria Adair to reserve your place at the conference. I ING Galp Energia I Tel: +44 (0)207 099 0600 Email: victoria.adair@greenpowerconferences.com I LloydsTSB UPM www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com I Macquarie I PetroAlgae www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com 4