April 17-18, 2019 in Holiday Inn Lesnaya Moscow.
The Congress is leading international event on production and use of solid & liquid biofuels. The previous event gathered more than 200 senior executives from over 15 countries to discuss a variety of topics from feedstock to marketing of liquid and solid biofuels.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law regulating the production and trade of fuel ethanol. The regulation had already been adopted by the State Duma on November 13, 2018 and approved by the Federation Council on November 23.
The state Duma adopted the law aimed at creating favorable legal conditions for the production of bioethanol. The document introduces the concept of «bioethanol» and determines the procedure for licensing its production. Under the ethanol means denatured ethyl alcohol produced during the processing of vegetable raw materials and containing no more than 1% water. Such alcohol used for technical purposes, in particular as fuel.
The company says the 410 horsepower vehicle can enable CO2 reductions of up to 90%.
The growing global sugar surplus as production outstrips consumption, means that there will have to be some consolidation of processing capacity, warns a report from the London-based sugar desk of analyst Marex Spectron Research.
The Russian Federation recently filed its annual biofuels report with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service's Global Agricultural Information Network, reporting wood pellet production and exports are expected to increase by 10 percent this year, reaching 1.45 million metric tons. The increase is expected to be driven primarily by strong demand from Europe and more interest from Asian markets, along with a soft ruble and increasing local consumption.