Preliminary Agenda Announced For 2022 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo June 13-15

Minneapolis, MN — Ethanol Producer Magazine announced this week the preliminary agenda for the 2022 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo (FEW) and co-located events taking place June 13-15, 2022 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, MN.

This year’s agenda includes three co-located events: Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Summit, Ethanol 101, and the Carbon Capture & Storage Summit.

“The response to our call for abstracts this year was incredible,” said program director Tim Portz.

“The agendas for the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop, Carbon Capture & Storage Summit, and the Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel include a broad and impressive array of industry expertise.

"Our agendas include everything from yeast health to the permitting of carbon sequestration of well sites.

"There will not be a more comprehensive collection of biofuels expertise available anywhere else in the world this year.”

The program includes nearly 120+ presentations across multiple consecutive tracks and events, including:

Track 1: Production and Operations

Track 2: Leadership and Financial Management

Track 3: Coproducts and Product Diversification

Track 4: Infrastructure and Market Development

Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel SummitEthanol 101

One registration will give attendees access to the FEW and all co-located events.

Production facilities of ethanol, biodiesel, advanced biofuels/biochemical, cellulosic ethanol, renewable diesel, and sustainable aviation fuel receive unlimited free registrations.

“We are extremely pleased with the number of companies who want to be a part of this year’s agenda,” said John Nelson, vice president of operations, marketing, and sales at BBI International.

“It really demonstrates how people are excited to attend this in-person event and promote new technologies and services within the industry.”

The main agenda for the FEW and all co-located events can be viewed online.

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