The Biofuels Association of Australia is pleased to announce Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, will officially open the National Biofuels Symposium 2016.
Annastacia Palaszczuk – Queensland Premier
After more than a decade of debate the Queensland Government will introduce a biofuels mandate on January 1, 2017. This marks the beginning of a new-era for biofuels and the bio-energy sector – putting it on a path for rapid development.
The government’s decision has already attracted new interest from within Australia and overseas. The Symposium, held at Brisbane’s premier conference centre, has also attracted several high profile international speakers, making this a landmark industry gathering.
KEY CONFERENCE THEMES
• The Queensland biofuels mandate – what does it mean for the industry?
• Developing and growing a bio-economy
• Biofuels and the Aviation Sector
• Ethanol Plant Production
• Bio-diesel and a cleaner environment
• Education and public awareness
• New biofuel technology
• Biofuel and developing a sustainable agriculture industry
Who Should Attend
The symposium is attended by senior executives and decision makers from across the industry and supply chains, senior political and government representatives at federal and state level, universities and research institutes, non-government organisations, investors, other key stakeholders, thought leaders and media.
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