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May 1, 2011 Volume XIII, Number 8


May 2-5, 2011. International BIOMASS Conference & Expo in St. Louis, MO. Presented by Biorefining Magazine. In Brazil, the United States and other nations, biofuels plants are becoming true biorefineries, incorporating the production of fuels, chemicals and power at a single location. Although the primary driver to consider biomass power has been its potential to lower heat and power production costs, the anticipation of global carbon markets and renewable power mandates is spurring a new wave of investment in this sector. These facilities can generate electricity at any time, unlike most other renewable sources of energy. Conference will focus on the following program tracks: crop residues, dedicated energy crops, forest and wood processing residues, livestock and poultry wastes, MSW and urban wastes, and food processing residues. For more info, contact: BBI International, 308 2nd Avenue North, Suite 304, Grand Forks, ND 58203; Ph:(701)746-8385; Email:; Website:

May 3-4, 2011. Creating Climate Wealth: “Creating Roadmaps to a Post-Carbon Future” in Washington, DC. Presented by Carbon War Room. The purpose is to identify specific US pathways to accelerate deployment of green solutions in the face of low expectations and weak mandates. During the summit, delegates will address ways to bring existing technologies to scale, while meeting employment, economics and sustainability goals. The technologies are spread across seven clean tech tracks: Distributed Generation, Energy Efficiency, Island Nations, Renewable Fuels, Shipping and Freight, Sustainable Agriculture, and Future of Personal Transportation. Invited speakers include Richard Branson, José Maria Figueres, and Strive Masiyiwa. For more info, contact Carbon War Room through the website at:

May 9 - 12, 2011. World of Coal Ash 2011 in Denver, CO. Organized by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER). The 2011 conference will mark the two organizations' fourth joint biennial meeting. It will again focus on the science, applications and sustainability of coal ash worldwide. As such, it will encompass all aspects of coal combustion products (CCP's) as well as gasification products. For more info, contact: Annely Noble, American Coal Ash Association, 15200 East Girard Avenue, Suite 3050, Aurora, CO; Ph: +1 720-870-7897; FAX: +1 720-870-7889; Email:; Website:

May 10, 2011. ELECTRIC POWER Conference and Exhibition in Chicago, IL. Presented by TradeFair Group. Conference is described as “the largest coal power conference in the U.S. that offers more sessions and speakers and attracts more coal power producers than any other event. Sessions will include: Advanced Coal/Solid Fuel Power Plants; Plant Operations; Plant Maintenance; Environmental Strategies and Compliance Technologies; and Carbon Management and Mitigation. For more info, contact: ELECTRIC POWER c/o The TradeFair Group, 11000 Richmond, Suite 500; Houston, TX 77042; (832)242-1969; FAX: (832)242-1971; Email:; Website:

May 17-19, 2011. 15th Uzbekistan International Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (OGU 2011) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Presented by ITE Group PLC. OGU 2011 Conference will gather together in excess of 500 senior representatives from the oil and gas industry, including official delegations from the CIS and further afield, and will feature over 40 presentations. The conference highlights new opportunities for international cooperation in the development of oil, gas and energy projects in the entire Central Asian region. For more info, call: Elena Popova at +44 (0) 207 596 5000/5144; Email:; Website:

May 23-25, 2011. Debating the Real Issues in the Americas LNG Industry in San Antonio, TX. Presented by the CWC Group. At the forum, you can hear from and network with the key international LNG buyers and suppliers, get the latest industry developments, and set the Americas LNG market in a global context. Debating the key issues including: Will the US become an exporter? What does US shale mean for the LNG industry? What is the future of LNG in the Americas? What new technological breakthroughs are on the horizon? For more info, contact: Tyler Forbes, Ph: +44 20 7978 0061; Email:; Website:

May 25-29, 2011. Energy Challenges for Advanced Materials and Processes: Harvesting, Storage and Efficient Utilization" Conference (EnCAMP 2011) in Cappadocia, Turkey. Jointly organized by the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, and Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany within the context of a joint INTEN-C project mutually funded by TUBITAK and BMBF. Science and Engineering are the two major drivers for exploring new energy sources and utilize them on the micro, nano and macro scale. A leading edge research endeavour is needed to discover new energy materials for transport and carriage as well as new techniques to utilize and store energy with high efficiencies. The purpose of this conference is to provide scientists and engineers, both from academia and industry worldwide, with an opportunity to discuss the latest techniques in the broad field of nanostructured materials, focused on issues of energy generation, storage and efficient utilization. For more info, contact: Prof. Deniz ÜNER, METU, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara; Ph: (+90) 312 - 210 43 83; Email:; Website:

NEW June 19-24, 2011. IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference in Seattle, WA. Presented by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Conference aims to continue the Photovoltaic Specialist’s role as the premier technical conference covering all aspects of PV technology from basic material science to installed system performance, and also to continue the Industrial Exhibition that brings PV scientists and engineers together with the PV industry. For more info, contact: Conference Chair at Email:; Website:

June 23-24, 2011. McCloskey Coal Conference in New York, NY. Presented by The McCloskey Group. Some of the topics that will be covered at the Conference: The Conference will cover the following topics: Natural gas dynamics and how coal will be affected, The impact on coal of the global economy, The sustainability and scope of thermal exports, Regulatory pressures and how they will impact coal, China and India: The global growth catalysts, Exports: How the West might be won. For more info, call Susie Hansford at +44 1730 265095; Email:; Website:

NEW June 27-30, 2011. International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo in St. Louis, MO. Presented by Ethanol Producer Magazine. Advertised as “the largest gathering of ethanol professionals in the world.” Keynote speaker is NASCAR CEO Brian France. This workshop aims to deliver timely presentations with a strong focus on commercial-scale ethanol production, new technology, and near-term research and development. The 2011 will be segmented into four concurrent tracks: Production, Management, Coproducts, and Cellulosic Ethanol. For more info, contact: BBI International at: (701)746-8385; FAX: (701)746-5367; Email:; Website:

June 28-30, 2011. CLEAN POWER ASIA: Conference & Expo 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand. Presented by Synergy-Events. Billed as Asia's largest conference & exhibition focusing on the latest global and regional clean power technologies, projects and initiatives. Supported by the Ministry of Energy of Thailand and the official host utilities EGAT and PEA ENCOM, Clean Power Asia 2011 aims to bring together the key clean energy industry stakeholders from the Asian region under one roof. Tracks are: Clean Power Policy & Strategy, Conventional Power, and Renewable Power. For more info, contact: Ms. Elly Kreijkes, Ph: +65 6590 3970; Email:; Website:

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