November 17, 2021 | 10:00 am - 3:00 pm SGT | Online
Renewable energy – a global priority
As the world starts to recover from the impact of the pandemic, policymakers are focusing their attention heavily on sustainability and green initiatives. In Asia many are asking if sustainable aviation fuels will take off, how will the conventional and advanced biofuels markets evolve, and how with ethanol mandates be implemented and take hold?
Where does the industry fit in a carbon neutral world?
Labor shortages and pandemic-led movement restrictions dampen vegetable oil and feedstocks expectations
The vegetable oil industry has come under extreme stress due to supply chain issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic triggering a volatile market. Excess rains in Malaysia and Indonesia, and low ending stocks, are adding pressure to the market. Export levy adjustments in both Indonesia and India are expected to further drive trade higher in the coming months, exacerbating an already tightened supply.
Global vegetable oils and meals prices are expected to rise sharply in 2021, before stabilizing in 2022 due to supply shortfalls and stronger-than-expected consumption patterns, but how will this affect you?
Join us to learn more and gain key insights on: palm oil, biofuels, ethanol, blending programmes, sustainable aviation fuel, UCO, palm oil residuals, edible oil and more!
Understand what’s driving vegetable oils and biofuels markets, with 5 hours of deep and broad content to help you find solutions to your challenges and understand the opportunities the new planting season can bring.
Biofuels and Vegetable Oils Conference is part of Asia Agriculture Week – 4 days of essential information focusing on; Grains and Oilseeds, Sugar, Vegetable Oils and Biofuels, & Rice.
With added networking opportunities, you will be able to virtually meet key decision-makers across the supply chains; growers, producers, refiners, traders, buyers and more, ensuring you stay connected to the community.