Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS &Carbon Markets Summit | Napa Valley, CA, US | Oct. 18-20, 2021

Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS &Carbon Markets Summit | Napa Valley, CA, US | Oct. 18-20, 2021 in Napa on Monday, October 18, 2021
Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS &Carbon Markets Summit | Napa Valley, CA, US | Oct. 18-20, 2021 in Napa on Monday, October 18, 2021
Monday, October 18, 2021 -- Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 0900 - 1330
North America's leading biofuels, LCFS and carbon event is back in-person and via online access! Join 300+ key government representatives and industry stakeholders from across the entire biofuels value chain and carbon markets sector and understand how they are strategizing in an evolving regulatory environment.

Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS and Carbon Markets Summit, Oct. 18-20, will feature keynotes, panel discussions and ample opportunities to network with new and established contacts with a range of receptions, wine tastings and an interactive workshop. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to gather the latest policy and market insights and reconnect with your industry peers.

Why you should attend:

• Get the latest policy updates and market views on the impact on demand for credit generators across North America
• Understand if there will be enough renewable feedstock supply to meet demand as federal and state level programs get tougher on fossil fuels
• Explore the opportunities, challenges and risks in the compliance and voluntary carbon markets
• Get insights from leading policy makers and industry experts, including senior representatives from; California Air Resources Board, California Environmental Protection Agency, Oregon Clean Fuels Program, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation, Washington Department of Ecology, LanzaJet, BMW of North America, Mercuria, Radicle and more

Topics on the agenda include:

• California's climate change scoping plan: The role of cap-and-trade and LCFS programs in achieving California's climate goals
• How are the voluntary carbon markets expanding? A look at the schemes and mechanisms and new entrants
• What to expect from established and emerging LCFS programs in North America
• How will the Clean Fuel Standard interact with British Columbia's LCFS and how will it impact on future biofuels trade flows?
• The role of electric vehicles in decarbonizing North America and the timeframes for wide-scale adoption
• Renewable diesel, biodiesel and sustainable aviation and their futures in the LCFS program
• The role of RNG in decarbonizing the transportation and utility sectors: What is the status of new projects and product development?

Do not miss the most time-efficient and effective way to meet policy makers and industry experts from the biofuels, LCFS and carbon sector.

Attend as a virtual delegate
You can attend Argus North American Biofuels, LCFS and Carbon Markets Summit in-person or as a virtual delegate via the online platform. As a virtual delegate you will get access to the full conference agenda as well as the opportunity to set up virtual meetings with in-person and virtual attendees. Visit the website to learn more about delegate passes for the event.


Early bird rate - 3-day In-person conference pass - until Sept. 17: USD 1699.0,
Early bird rate - Workshop and 3-day In-person conference pass - until Sept. 17: USD 2498.0,
Early bird rate - 3-day Virtual conference pass - until Sept. 17: USD 999.0,
Standard rate - 3-day In-person conference pass: USD 2199.0,
Standard rate - Workshop and 3-day In-person conference pass: USD 3198.0,
Standard rate - 3-day Virtual conference pass: USD 1299.0

Speakers: Richard Corey, Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board, Jared Blumenfeld, Secretary, California Environmental Protection Agency, Rajinder Sahota, Deputy Executive Officer, Climate Change and Research, California Air Resources Board, Cory-Ann Wind, Program Manager, Oregon Clean Fuels Program, Michael Rensing, Director, Low Carbon Fuels, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation, Paola Mellow, Executive Director, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Bill Drumheller, Climate and Energy Specialist, Air Quality Programme, Washington Department of Ecology, Judy Meltzer, Director General, Carbon Pricing Bureau, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Joel Creswell, Climate Policy Section Manager, Air Quality Program, Washington Department of Ecology, Sam Wade, Director of State Regulatory Affairs, RNG Coalition, Doug Hooper, Director, Policy and Regulation, Advanced Biofuels Canada, Shelby Neal, Vice President for Renewables and Energy Policy, Darling Ingredients Inc., David Livingstone, Managing Director, Citigroup Global Markets, Katie Sullivan, Managing Director, IETA, Jamie Hall, Senior Strategist - Charging and EV Policy, General Motors, Nancy Young, Vice-President of Environmental Affairs, Airlines for America, Alex Menotti, Head of Corporate and Government Affairs, LanzaJet, Graham Noyes, Director, Low Carbon Fuels Coalition, Adam Langton, Energy Services Manager, BMW of North America, Harrison Clay, Head of Biogas Energy Transition, Mercuria, Bryan Sherbacow, Chief Commercial Officer, World Energy, Grant Zimmerman, CEO, Amp Americas, Craig Ebert, President, Climate Action Reserve, Monique Nobert, Manager, Environmental Commodities and Specialty Markets, Suncor, Michael Berends, Managing Director, Origination, ClearBlue Markets, Tyson Keever, Chief Operating Officer, Crimson Renewable Energy and SeQuential, Chelsea Bryant, Managing Director, Global Markets and Strategy, Radicle, Justin Goldstein, Vice President, Investment Banking Division, Goldman Sachs, Clayton Munnings, West Coast Representative, IETA, Roxby Hartley, Ph.D., Senior Regulatory Consultant, Compliance Management Team Lead, EcoEngineers, Derek Six, Chief Business Officer, ClimeCo, Mary MacPherson, Vice President, Vision Ridge Partners, Glenn Johnston, Global Regulatory, Carinata, Nuseed, Mike Taylor, President, Emission Advisors, Jessica Dell, US West Coast Bureau Chief, Argus, Jacqueline Reigle, Editor, Biofuels, Argus, Michael Ball, Editor, Argus Air Daily, Argus, Paul Niznik, Manager, Consulting Services - Biofuels and Environment, Argus

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Energy
Starting Price Per Person
$ 999.00 USD
Other Information
Meritage Resort And Spa
875 Bordeaux Way
Napa California 94558
United States
( Hotel - Resort )

Event Organizer Contact
Anita Agyeman
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Event ID: 185922

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