Thursday, October 4, 2007

[PBN] Bioenergy Australia 2007 Announcement

Bioenergy Australia 2007
Sustainable Energy in a Carbon Constrained World

Australia's premier bioenergy conference, Bioenergy Australia 2007, will
be held at the Gold Coast International Hotel, Surfers Paradise, Gold
Coast, Queensland on 26–27 November, with a technical tour on 28 November.

The program will cover policies and programs, projects and project
development case studies and emerging opportunities.

The conference will consider many facets of bioenergy, including:

* Biomass supply
* Liquid biofuels
* Pyrolysis bio-oil and bio-char
* Biorefining
* Anaerobic digestion
* Energy-from-waste
* Heat and power
* Overarching aspects of bioenergy, such as life cycle emissions
and land use competion.

A moderated panel discussion will address the issue "Will Peak Oil Lead
to Peak Soil?"

Professor Andre Faaij from the Copernicus Institute at the University of
Utrecht, The Netherlands, leader of the International Energy Agency's
Bioenergy Task on Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade will provide
the keynote address.

The technical tour will visit the Condong Sugar Mill cogeneration power
plant, a wood energy pellet production facility, a multi-purpose
plantation which includes bioenergy and a bio-char field trial.

The Program and Registration Form are now available at:

or contact Hanna Ulkuniemi, tel: (02)
9431 8635, email: or Stephen Schuck,
tel: (02) 9416 9246, email:

Technical Posters are still being sought for the Conference – please
contact Steve Schuck if interested in presenting a Poster.
Check for earlier Pacific Biofuel posts:

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