BBI Hosts Ethanol Conference in Australia

By | March 27, 2007
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Now in its second year, Ethanol 2007 Australia, the premier ethanol industry event Down Under, is being held April 17-20 at the Crown Promenade Hotel in Melbourne.

The event is expected to be another critical gathering of key stakeholders and industry decision-makers who will, once again, discuss industry opportunities and learn how to develop successful ethanol projects. Attendees will have an opportunity to network with over 500 attendees and 40 exhibitors from a variety of international industry sectors and government agencies. Ethanol 2007 Australia is expected to draw a wide array of industry professionals, from farmers and agribusiness firms to international process engineering and construction companies, as well as investors, lenders, environmental stakeholders, auto and petroleum industry representatives, and more.

The event is being organized by BBI International, which established BBI Biofuels Australia in 2006. Supporting organizations include the Victorian Farmers Federation, AgForce Grains, the Australian Cane Farmers Association, the Victorian Farmers Federation, the South Australian Farmers Federation, the Australian Canegrowers Association and the New South Wales Farmers Federation.

For those who are unable to attend this year's conference, look for a comprehensive review of the highlights and proceedings in the June issue of EPM.

Registration and complete program information is available at