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  • 1. www.greenpowerconferences.com +1 971 238 0700 w efo Sa n y 29 he re ve ou Ju b 20 bo ly % ok Advancing Global Biofuels Partnerships 28–29 September 2011, Sheraton São Paulo WTC Hotel, Brazil “This is place t the o networ be. As a king ev it’s har ent, WHY YOU CANNOT AFFORD d anythin to find g simila r” TO MISS THIS EVENT: Poyry 4 Unique: This is the only conference with a targeted focus on the future of ‘Advanced Biofuels’ in Brazil 4 Commercial: The most interactive and commercially-Hear From Leading Biofuels Experts Including: driven agenda out there, written by the industry, for the industryCarlos Manuel Pedroso Carlos Cavalcanti, 4 Proven: 7 year track record in producing high qualityNeves Cristo, Head of Biofuels, BNDES global biofuels eventsChief of Staff, 4 Unparalleled Networking: We only attract senior Peter Gross,Ministry of Development, Industry decision makers and the who’s who of the biofuels President & Chief Executive Officer,and Foreign Trade community, for ultimate networking appeal KL Energy CorporationPaulo Diniz, Marcos Jank, 4 Global Perspective: Develop local contacts in theChief Executive Officer, Amyris President & Chief Executive Officer, Brazilian market and hear from leading internationalMarcos Lutz, UNICA companies looking to enter or expand into the regionChief Executive Officer, Gustavo Oubinha, 4 Pioneering: Hear from leaders in the field aboutCosan Managing Director, Head of advanced biofuels projects which are being fostered Corporate Finance, alongside first generation biofuels in BrazilDario Costa Gaeta,Chief Executive Officer, Rabobank International Brasil 4 Strategy: Debate the current landscape and proposedParaíso Bioenergia S.A Plinio Nastari, uptake and success of innovative technologiesEmílio Rietmann, President, Datagro 4 Investment: DiscoverChief Operating Officer, Miguel Dau, financing options for localERB Brasil Chief Operating Officer, projects and international “World Azul Linhas Aereas companies from corporate Market BiofuelsRichard Hamilton, s 2011 and project financing again u onChief Executive Officer, Marcelo Kós Silveira Campos, nderlin ce positio ed its 4 Holistic: Increase yourCeres Director, Industrial Affairs, awareness of the biofuels premie n as the Abiquim r evKirk Haney, industry beyond sugar and biofuels ent in the Mark Lyra, Director of New Business, calendChief Executive Officer, ethanol to include advanced Bureau ar” Ve ritasSG Biofuels Raizen biofuels, chemicals and co- generationGold Sponsor: Silver Sponsors:Official Offset Partner: Supporting Partner: Organized By: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/brazil
  • 2. Dear Colleague, n biofuels industry. However, as are the lifeb lood of the Brazilia e country increases , Sugar and ethanol investment in adva nced biofuels in th g at the est and s to ensure you are lookin international inter ess of your busines it is pa ramount to the succ . y ahead of the curve bigger picture to sta will expose the key Markets Brazil 2011 to you? World Biofuels rket. With a focus on What’s our promise azilian biofuels ma future opportunit ies for you in the Br rtner ships in first and d the culture of pa and investment an th local and technology, finance this event wi ll truly cater for bo nference second ge neration biofuels – relevant, inf ormation-packed co ustry players. This neratio n biofuels and the international key ind ional and second ge ergy between tradit will explore the syn is bo oming market. u to capitalize on th opportunities for yo ll meet, why you sh ould ar from, who you wi Read on to find out who you will he available to you by ies that will become scope of opportunit attend and the full erence. attending this conf . See you in São Paulo “In a sea of biofuels conference opportu orm nities, this t platf a grea ithin the is the rare conferen ce that truly “W BM is ing w od delivers value. Exce Claire Poole twork The go llent speaker for ne mmunity. s and line up, nice venue and a host of ls co sion Event Director biofue y of the ses ndees is opportunities to ne twork and ts Brazil qu alit atte World Biofuels Marke the ing build partnerships. vel of e look A must attend high le what we ar this.” if biofuels and chem icals are core e exactly n event lik f Biocatalysis, to your long-term str a ategy.” for in ach, H arb ead o f World o sor NAES Corporatio n (attendee at Advanc rkus R ie AG (Spon 011) ed Dr. Ma hem ets 2 Biofuels Markets 201 0) Süd-C fuels MarkWho Will You Meet? BioWith a focus on technological advances, innovation,finance and investment and the culture ofpartnerships in the first and second generation Agenda at a Glancebiofuels market – World Biofuels Markets Brazil willtruly cater for both local Brazilian and internationalkey industry players. Wednesday, 28 September Thursday, 29 SeptemberYou will have the opportunity to network with: Day One Day Two• C-Level Advanced Biofuels Company Executives Regulation & Keynotes Sessions• Producers/Refiners Sustainability Certification• Technology Solution Providers • Getting to Grips with the Here and • Sustainability and Certification• Strategic Corporate and Project Investors Now Developments • The Future of the Biofuels Industry • Regulatory Policy on Genetically• Oil Majors Modified Organisms• Engineering Procurement Contractors • Practical iLUC Strategies• Equipment Suppliers• Project Management Companies Technology & Innovation Finance & Investment• Feedstock Suppliers • Upstream Feedstock Innovations • Biofuels Economics• Alliance and Business Development Professionals • Cellulosic Ethanol from Waste • Investor Perspective: Securing• Corporate Equity, Venture Capital and Project • Conversion Technology Advances Project & Corporate Finance Financing Professionals • Scale up and Commercialization • Advanced Biofuels Expansion Financing• Traders and Investment Bankers • Aviation Biofuels Ready for Take Off• R&D Directors/Managers from Corporate, University, and Government Labs• Environmental and Energy Law Firms Diversifying Beyond Partnerships & Joint Biofuels Ventures• Trade, Tax, Ag, Environmental and Energy Policy Professionals • Co-Generation Biorefinery • Partnership Case Studies Platforms• Public-Private Energy Partnership Professionals • The Impact of Joint Ventures • Develop Broader Capabilities: Bio-• End users Based Chemicals Book online: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/brazil
  • 3. “All the relevant people were assembled under one roof” Afton Chemical Corporation (attendee at Advanced Biofuels Markets 2010)Day One 1.30 Fermentation and Gasification: ConversionWednesday, 28 September Technology Advances • A closer look at conversion technology advances in enzymes,8.30 Registration and coffee gasification for cellulosic ethanol and others • Is fermentation the next big step for feedstock conversion? Understand advanced fermentation technologies and butanol Keynote Sessions • Is technology simply an enabler or the end goal when it comes to second generation fuel growth?9.00 Getting to Grips with the Here and Now Speakers to be announced, please check website for details • Government perspective on expected areas of growth for the 2.15 Scale Up and Commercialization overall Brazilian bioenergy market • Hear updates on advances in emerging technologies available • Understand the global views of energy investment from the for scaling up and commercialization, from pilot projects to U.S and EU into Brazil demonstration plant • What does the future hold for domestic raw materials and • Industry leaders discuss their innovative technologies to how will this impact alternative feedstocks? increase production of feedstock and enable scale up of second generation biofuels Moderator: Nelson Russo Ferreira, Partner, McKinsey & Co • Industry overview: Where Brazilian companies rank in terms of Carlos Manuel Pedroso Neves Cristo, Chief of Staff, Ministry getting a product to commercial scale of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade Peter Gross, President & Chief Executive Officer, Fernando Reinach, Ph.D., Advisory Board Member, SG KL Energy Corporation Biofuels, Board Member, Amyris, Consultant, Votorantim Markus Rarbach, Head of Biocatalysis, Süd-Chemie Ventures, Founder, CanaVialis & Alellyx Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details 3.00 Networking Coffee Break9.45 The Future of the Biofuels Industry 3.30 Aviation Biofuels Ready for Take Off • What is the full scope of the existing first generation and • The commercial perspective: hear from airlines about test advanced biofuels industry in Brazil and which areas are flights and plans to integrate commercially viable and expanding? sustainable bio fuels • Getting to scale: Understand the challenges to meet aviation • Hear from leading commercial companies on size, potential fuel quality and produce stable and constant amounts growth rate and consolidation of the market • Case study: A closer look at jatropha crop-based biokerosene • Hear from the experts re: the appetite for overseas and biojet fuel from sugarcane investment into the Brazilian biofuels market Guilherme Freire, Environmental Strategies & Moderator: Nelson Russo Ferreira, Partner, McKinsey & Co External Relations, Embraer, Executive Director, ABRABA Paulo Diniz, Chief Executive Officer, Amyris Miguel Dau, Chief Operating Officer, Azul Linhas Aereas Marcos Jank, President & Chief Executive Officer, UNICA Mike Lu, President, ABPPM Marcos Lutz, Chief Executive Officer, Cosan Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details Poul Ruben Andersen, Vice President for Bioenergy, Novozymes Diversifying Beyond Biofuels10.30 Networking Coffee Break 4.15 Co-Generation Biorefinery Platforms • How single process plants and multiple-process sites optimize Technology and Innovation their processes and multiple product lines by working in partnership with advanced biofuels11.00 Upstream Feedstock Innovations • Why are new partnerships crucial to the success of biorefineries? • Understand the opportunities available for feedstock • Cogeneration with Bagasse as a clear strategy to bring Brazilian improvement and expansion with key technology advances Mills additional revenue streams Emílio Rietmann, Chief Operating Officer, ERB Brasil • Case studies on the technology available for increased Dario Costa Gaeta, Chief Executive Officer, Paraíso Bioenergia S.A production and expansion of sugarcane, bagasse, sweet Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details sorghum, babassu, coconut, algae and others • Adding value to feedstock and mills vs. increasing 4.45 The Role of the Biorefinery in the Evolution commodities and exports of Brazilian Ethanol Technology & Second Richard Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer, Ceres Generation biofuels Kirk Haney, Chief Executive Officer, SG Biofuels Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details Jaime Finguerut, Industrial Strategic Development, CTC- Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira11.45 Cellulosic Ethanol from Waste? 5.00 Develop Broader Capabilities: • Why the increased output of fuel may come from sugarcane Bio-Based Chemicals bagasse, cane straw and wheat stalks • Hear from leading chemical companies about the current status • Who, how and when can we expect this to become an of the biobased chemical market in Brazil industrial-scale reality? • Why the industry is transitioning their biofuels portfolio to • One man’s trash....why waste products are the answer to include renewable chemicals the cellulosic sugar food vs fuel debate • Manage resource demands of integrating renewable chemicals João Norberto Noschang Neto, Senior Technology Manager, into your advanced biofuels strategy Petrobras Marcelo Kós Silveira Campos, Director, Industrial Affairs, Abiquim Speakers to be announced, please check website for details Vonnie Estes, Vice President Corporate Development, Codexis Rodrigo Belloli, Marketing & Market Intelligence, Green Chemicals, Braskem S.A12.30 Networking Lunch Break Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details 5.45 Close of Day One – Networking Drinks Reception To Register, Please Call: +1 971 238 0700
  • 4. “From what other more seasoned delegates were saying, they consider your conferences to be virtually unbeatable in content and in organisation” NewsbaseDay Two 2.15 Investor Perspective: Securing Project andThursday, 29 September Corporate Finance • Understand factors and concerns that investors consider in8.30 Registration and coffee second generation biofuels investment • Key players from different parts of the financial value chain Regulation and Sustainability Certification will examine appetite for investment • The role of multi-product business models in the future of9.00 Sustainability and Certification biofuels investment: do they present the more attractive prospect? Developments Carlos Cavalcanti, Head of Biofuels, BNDES • Understand how the regulatory landscape is evolving: how Gustavo Oubinha, Managing Director, Head of Corporate will recent developments in certification schemes fit within Finance, Banco Rabobank International Brasil EC and US criteria? Alexandre Figliolino, Director, Banco Itau BBA • How can companies ensure their technologies are compliant? Bruno Soares, Partner, Banking and Projects Group, Hear clear definitions of the remaining sustainability criteria for Allen & Overy LLP biofuels to enter Europe and US 3.00 Networking Coffee Break • What needs to be achieved to enable Brazil to develop comprehensive certification schemes that fully meet 3.30 Strategy and Structure for Advanced European requirements Biofuels Expansion Financing Mark Lyra, Director of New Business, Raizen • Investment strategy for continued expansion and building Matthew Rudolf, Regional Manager Americas, Roundtable on material businesses in a growing economy Sustainable Biofuels • Case study: Avoid pitfalls in your strategy for expansion Norbert Schmitz, Managing Director, International financing Sustainability and Carbon Certification • Structure your expansion to justify logistics, sustainability Senior Level Speaker To Be Confirmed, Bonsucro and export market barriers Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details Speakers to be announced, please check website for details10.30 Networking Coffee Break Interactive Roundtable Discussions 4.15 The Growth of Strategic Partnerships11.00 Regulatory Policy on Genetically Modified • Hear from leading companies who have recently formed joint Organisms ventures affecting the Brazilian market • With the increase of new technologies: how does policy • Discuss how to gain knowledge and access to distribution channels through partnerships differ when seeking regulatory approval for genetically • Learn more about existing and future partnerships, including modified organisms? who is receptive to forming partnerships • Hear from Regulatory Body (Bio-safety Committee) on their criteria and how they police GM organisms The Impact of Joint Ventures • Case studies and think tank on how to maximise the chances • Strategies for development, diversification and from the outset that your GM organism is regulatory commercialization through JVs compliant • Cross-functionality: Partnerships as a route to build into Speakers to be announced, please check website for details renewable chemicals • Processes and outcomes: Why and how joint ventures are affecting and shaping the market11.45 Practical iLUC Strategies • Does iLUC exist in real terms and is it being measured 5.45 Close of Conference effectively? • How can future iLUC modelling be made more consistent and reliable? • What policy decisions would support a reduction in iLUC? Is the iLUC factor/number the best option? Speakers to be announced, please check website for details 27 September 2011, São Paulo, Brazil12.30 Networking Lunch Break Introduction to Sustainable Next- Finance and Investment Generation Biofuels A 1-day opportunity to understand how future biofuels can be1.30 Biofuels Economics sustainable, clean and economic • How fluctuating oil prices and raw material volatility is Course objectives affecting investment and financing Despite a clear need to expand the usage of alternative fuels for transport • Identify key growth and investment opportunities in the around the world, the biofuel solution has suffered from significant criticism in countrys second generation biofuels market many key markets recently, due to fears over the reality of its lifecycle • How M&A activity between international and local entities is sustainability and emissions (and whether subsidies and incentives are delivering affecting future investment opportunities real value in those regards). Next-generation biofuels are seen as providing a much more secure and acceptable future for the industry, yet many competing • Understand the changing competitive conditions in the global approaches exist and arguments still exist over issues of feedstock sustainability, biofuels market land use and other lifecycle emission analyses. Plinio Nastari, President, Datagro Further speakers to be announced, please check website for details For full course details and further information visit www.greenpoweracademy.com Or Email: graham.swanson@greenpowerconferences.com
  • 5. “Very informative conference tightly targeted to my needs. Extremely well organized and well attended by industry leaders providing valuable insight and analyses.” Vonnie Estes, Vice President, Corporate Development, Codexis (Sponsor of World Biofuels Markets 2011)Sponsorship and Connecting you with the right peopleExhibition Opportunities • Face-to-face: The most effective way to doWorld Biofuels Markets Brazil offers an integrated solution of business and meet new contactsbrand positioning, business development and face-to-face • Streamline your diary: Organizing, travelling tonetworking opportunities with senior decision makers. and attending meetings can take months. We do the hard work for you, enabling you to meet the people you need to in just two days. Conference • Raise your companys profile: Branding at a Room Green Power Conferences event is so much more than on-the-day. As a sponsor, your logo will 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 feature on the event website, brochures and marketing materials seen by thousands of 7 16 15 industry professionals throughout the year. • Be part of the future: Your company will be at 6 5 4 3 2 1 registration the forefront of the Brazilian Advanced Biofuels industry Gold sponsor: For further details contact: Chris Lewis Novozymes is the world leader in Tel: +44 (0)20 3355 4224 | Fax: +44 207 900 1853 bioinnovation. Together with customers across a broad array of industries, we create Email: chris.lewis@greenpowerconferences.com tomorrow’s industrial biosolutions, improving our customers business and the use of our Jason Taylor planets resources. Tel: +44 (0)20 3384 6211 | Fax: +44 207 900 1853 With over 700 products used in 130 countries, Novozymes’ bioinnovations improve Email: jason.taylor@greenpowerconferences.com industrial performance and safeguard the world’s resources by offering superior and sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s ever-changing marketplace. Novozymes’ natural solutions enhance and promote everything, from removing trans fats in food to advancing biofuels to power the world tomorrow. Our never-ending Media partners exploration of nature’s potential is evidenced by over 6,000 patents, showing what is possible when nature and technology join forces. Green Power Conferences consistently work in strategic Our 5,000+ employees working in research, production, and sales around the world partnership with industry leading organisations and trade are committed to shaping business today and our world tomorrow. publications. Our international and targeted marketing campaigns Silver sponsors: ensure excellent exposure for our partners. Codexis (Nasdaq:CDXS) serves major worldwide If you would like to partner with us, please contact markets where clean technology can make a positive economic and environmental impact. Our Melanie Botting for further details: focus is on the cost-effective conversion of Tel: +44 (0)20 3355 4226 renewable resources into transportation fuels and pharmaceuticals, and on the development of new technologies for effective air and Email: melanie.botting@greenpowerconferences.com water treatment and chemical manufacturing. Partners include Shell, Alstom, Merck, Pfizer and Teva. Süd-Chemie is a global leading specialty chemicals company. The main focus of its biotechnology activities is on the development of energy-efficient processes for the manufacture of biomass-based chemicals and fuels. Süd-Chemie has developed a process which uses enzymatic hydrolysis to produce cellulosic ethanol from agricultural residues. LS9 is a leader in the commercial development of an expanding portfolio of sustainable fuel and chemical products designed to meet the needs of global markets while reducing the world’s dependence on petroleum. The company’s unique industrial biotechnology platform enables low costs, feedstock flexibility and process simplicity across a diversity of products ranging from vehicle-ready fuels to chemicals for many markets including lubricants, detergents and personal care products. In June 2010, LS9 was awarded the U.S. Environmental Protection agencys highest environmental honor, the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award, in recognition of its sustainable fuel and chemical TM technology platform. Green Power Conferences was established in 2003 by a Take advantage of the team of professional, environmentally aware event fantastic online networking experts and were the first to offer professionally system for the World organised events focusing on the sustainability sector. Over the last seven years, we Biofuels Markets Brazil. All pre-registered delegates, have welcomed over 15,000 total attendees from 138 countries and built a global speakers and guests can contact each other, organise database of 900,000+ contacts. Our expertise lies in producing high quality, meetings and network before, during and after the event interactive conferences that provide ample networking opportunities for delegates using this easy to use, private networking system. For and partners alike. Green Power Conferences offsets the impacts of its commercial more information, please visit the website activities towards renewable energy projects. www.greenpowerconferences.com To Register Now - Call: +1 971 238 0700
  • 6. Ea 2 29 Su Bo off 201 rly 0% Ju pe ok be Tel: +1 971 238 0700 fo r ing re Fax: +1 971 228 0308 ly E-mail: graham.swanson@greenpowerconferences.com 28-29 September 2011 Online: www.greenpowerconferences.com 1 Sheraton Sao Paulo WTC Hotel Please Register me for: Standard rates Standard Rates □ 2 Day Conference US$2199 □ Introduction to Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels (27 September) US$1099 □ Non-Profit Organization Rate (30% Discount off Standard Rate) These reduced rates are available for registered NGOs, government representatives and non-profit organizations only. Reduced rates are at the discretion of Green Power Conferences and proof of status may be requested. □ Special Group Offer: Register 3 delegates, only pay for 2 Early Booking Rates: Save an additional 20% by registering before 29 July or 10% by registering before 2 September Delegate DetailsDelegate 1: Name: .......................................................................................... 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Surname:..................................................................................Job Title: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................Telephone: .................................................................................................... Business Email: .......................................................................... Company Details Sheraton Sao Paulo WTC HotelCompany Name: .............................................................................................................................. Nacoes Unidas Ave 12559, Brooklin NovoAddress: .................................................................................................................................... Sao Paulo, 04578-903 .............................................................................................................................................. T: (55)(11) 3055 8000 ..........................................................................Postcode: ........................................................ F: (55)(11) 3055 8001 E: atendimento@sheratonsaopaulowtc.comCountry:................................................................Fax: ................................................................ Payment DetailsPlease charge my credit card TERMS & CONDITIONS CONFIRMATION: You will receive confirmation of your booking by email.Please debit my: If you do not receive anything within 48 hours, please contact info@greenpowerconferences.com to ensure we have received your booking.Card no. CANCELLATIONS: If you cancel at least 10 full working days before the event date you will only be charged a 15% cancellation fee. We regret that no cancellations can be accepted after this date andExpiry date full payment is due. Cancellations which are the result of a Force Majeure Event will also be chargeable on the above guidelines. Substitutions are welcome at any time. All other amendments toAmount Security code your booking may incur a 5% charge. CONTENT: It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organisers to alter the contentCardholder’s name and timing of the agenda or the identity of the speakers. FORCE MAJEURE: If for any reason arising from or attributable to acts, events, omissions orSignature accidents beyond Green Power Conferences’ reasonable control it is necessary to make amendments to the original planning of an event or it becomes impossible to run an event, Green PowerInternational Bank Transfer Conferences is relieved of all obligations and does not take any responsibility for compensation,Account name: Green Thinking (Services) Ltd reimbursement of any additional expenses, inconvenience or loss of business that may beBank: Barclays experienced by attendees. Further to this, Green Power Conferences reserves the right to retainBank Address: 38 Hans Crescent, London, delegate fees as a contribution to all venue and administrative costs incurred.SW1X 0LZ United Kingdom PAYMENT MUST BE DATA PROTECTION: The personal information provided by you on this brochure will be held on aSort Code: 20-47-35Account Number: 87434988 RECEIVED PRIOR TO database. Sometimes your details may be made available to partner companies for marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please tick here □.Swift Code: BARCGB22 THE CONFERENCE For full terms and conditions please seeIBAN: GB44BARC20473587434988 http://www.greenpowerconferences.com/general/booking_terms.htmlOrganized By: Fax your completed registration to: +1 971 228 0308 or Register Online at: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/brazil