The time is now to act, participate and secure your business in the growth of U.S biogas to RNG (Renwable Natural Gas) markets

Patrick Serfass


Patrick Serfass
Executive Director
American Biogas Council
Ben Horenstein


Ben Horenstein
Director
East Bay MUD
Larry Hare


Larry Hare
WRF Treatment Manager
Des Moines WRF
Paul Relis


Paul Relis
Senior VP
CR&R


James Bier
Senior Project Developer
Ameresco
Harrison Clay


Harrison Clay
President
Clean Energy Fuels
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Join more than 250 senior anaerobic digestion and renewable natural gas executives, and more than 25 exhibitors, at the 2016 conference to develop biogas projects in multiple markets

  • How to plan and develop projects 

    Hear from leading developers, EPCs and owner-operators share critical strategies and case studies for successful project developments

  • The RNG transportation fuel revolution

    Discover opportunities to upgrade raw biogas to RNG (or biomethane) and maximize this revenue stream for your anaerobic digestion plants

  • Gas interconnection standards

    Discuss connection challenges and debate the development of universal standards for gas-to-grid projects

  • New Biogas to RNG clean-up technology

    Discover 2016’s latest biogas clean-up technology that is essential for upgrading your biogas for use in gas-to-grid or CNG for transport vehicles

  • Policy support and financial grants for biogas and RNG projects

    Analyze legislative and regulatory policies and learn about the financial support and grants that are available to you for your Biogas and RNG projects in 2016 and beyond

  • Secure feedstock agreements:

    Strike up strategic partnerships with feedstock owners, developers, EPCs, technology providers and policy-makers to manage waste streams and develop profitable schemes

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Speakers At Past Renewable Waste Intelligence Events:

Key Industry Facts:

  • The U.S. has over 2,100 sites producing biogas in all 50 states:

    247 anaerobic digesters on farms, 1,241 wastewater treatment plants using an anaerobic digester (~860 currently use the biogas they produce), 54 stand-alone systems that digest food waste, and 645 landfill gas projects

  • The potential for growth of the U.S. biogas industry is huge!

    11,000 sites are ripe for development today: 8,241 dairy and swine farms and 2,440 wastewater treatment plants (including ~381 who are making biogas but not using it) which could support a digester and 440 untapped landfill gas projects

  • $33 billion estimated in capital deployment for construction activity

    This would result in approximately 275,000 short-term construction jobs and 18,000 permanent jobs to build and run the digesters

Who you will meet at the 2016 Conference and Exhibition:

Company Type

Job Role

Job Role

Job Role
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Who Should Attend and Why?

Developers and AD plant owners

  • Meet with feedstock providers (municipalities, food production, WWT plant operators, agriculture sign long-term feedstock agreements and develop profitable new projects
  • Identify technology that can help you optimize biogas production at your existing AD plants
  • Learn about Anaerobic digestion expansions and retrofits
  • Improve AD operations and maintenance to reduce OPEX of the aerobic treatment, maximize biogas production and extend life
  • Receive an analysis of the current and future regulations supporting waste conversion including the RFS, LCFS and RIN Market opportunities
  • Learn how to build and finance new projects
  • Hear pipeline operators, utilities and the public utilities commission debate gas interconnection standards and how AD operators can speed up the interconnection process

Municipalities

  • Evaluate the different waste management solutions for Biosolids and organics waste recycling technology to help you improve solid waste planning, and solid waste facility and landfill compliance, including AB939; AB32; AB1826
  • Find out how other municipalities are achieving landfill diversion goals and what technology they are using so you can plan your projects and secure grants and funding
  • Learn how AD technology can be used to covert organic and solid waste into biogas and used as renewable fuel or electric power generation.
  • Form partnerships with the industry’s leading AD developers and technology providers so you can achieve compliance and best utilize (or even monetize) your organic waste streams

Feedstock Owners

  • Select the best waste conversion technologies that suits your project specifications and feedstocks
  • Learn of the latest anaerobic digestion project case studies, their different applications how they were financed
  • Analyse the AD Market and how AD technology is being developed for various applications including: MSW, Waste Water Treatment, Food Production and CHP
  • Developers can meet feedstock suppliers to secure long-term waste agreements and secure new contracts for AD projects
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What our Delegates are saying

  • INEOS Bio

    "The Conference is a great place to network with new potential customers and hear the latest trends in the Waste Conversion arena."

    - INEOS Bio
  • Clean Skies LLC

    "This conference was an excellent event, with top flight speakers from diverse backgrounds, and good networking opportunities."

    - Clean Skies LLC
  • Waste To Energy Partners

    "The conference provided my organization with a national gauge on the industry as a whole and networking opportunities...it's good to be with others who have the same passion."

    - Waste To Energy Partners

Companies By Sector

  • Project developers and owner operators
  • Municipal government & public authorities
  • Utilities, power generation and energy companies
  • Plant and equipment manufacturers
  • Operations & maintenance
  • Financiers, insurance and legal services
  • Consultancies
  • R&D Institutes and Universities
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If you are interested in Biogas West Coast 2016 please contact us on the below details:

Adam Minkley

Adam Minkley

Sr. Projects Director
FCBI - Energy
+1800 814 3459 x7239 (US)
+44 (0) 207 375 7239 (Global)
Email: aminkley@fc-bi.com

Tobias Crow

Tobias Crow

Business Development Manager
Renewable Waste Intelligence
0207 422 4358 (US)
Email: tcrow@fc-bi.com

 

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