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Potential for biofuel in the South
Australia´s first eFuels plant announced
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As anticipated, the turnout to the second Residues2Revenues 2023 was a standout for the industry. Around 250 delegates attended the wood residues event, principally forest owners and managers, harvesting and log cartage contractors, those looking at utilising surplus residues from wood processing and manufacturing operations and aggregators, who were extracting, transporting, processing, drying and selling ever-increasing volumes of woody biofuels that are being sought by larger industrial heat and energy users.
And it wasn’t only New Zealand companies. A good contingent from Australia attended again and a raft of international delegates were able to join those in Rotorua, New Zealand and participate in the event remotely.
- Key drivers ensuring biomass conversions and bio-fuel investment in New Zealand
- Regions under pressure – how are the regions handling unprecedented demand for biomass
- Biomass resources – current and potential solid fuel demand.
- Wood residues payment – by weight, by volume or by energy content (weight and moisture content)
- In-field chipping and grinding innovations
- Logistics issues around loading and transporting wood residues
- Residues recovery. In field vs skid or processing site vs centralised chipping options
- New biomass boiler innovations – fuel types, selection & operation
- New bio-products
- Bioenergy hubs – aggregation of fuel supplies and suppliers to meet market demands
- Heading the conversion charge from fossil fuels to biomasss
Who will attend?
- Forest owners and managers
- Harvesting and log cartage contractors
- Wood processing and manufacturing operations
- Wood fuel suppliers
- Regional and District Council planners
- Government policy staff
- Wood chip, biomass and wood pellet users
- Energy heat plant users and manufacturers
- Equipment, product and service suppliers to the industry
Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities
Residues2Revenues 2023 offered a tremendous opportunity for companies involved in harvesting, transporting, aggregating and using wood residues to maximise their exposure to the New Zealand and Australian industries.
Exhibition opportunities included both stands inside the hotel venue, or space outside the venue for displaying larger equipment such as wood chipping and wood grinding machines, wood residue handling, slash and chip loading equipment and trucks. Please contact us for further information.
If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity for Residues2Revenues 2024, or other upcoming FIEA events, please contact Gordon Thomson, FIEA Marketing & Sponsorship Manager, (+64) 7 921 1384 or (+64) 27 275 8022, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rotorua, New Zealand
With its beautiful garden setting and located just minutes from the city centre, Distinction Rotorua Hotel is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a big day at the conference. After the event, this hotel is also a great base to enjoy the wealth of attractions and activities Rotorua has to offer. Free car parking is available at the venue, however, spaces are limited and hotel guests take priority.
Special accommodation rates will be available shortly