On 15-16 March the Biofuels International Conference & Expo will take place at the Le Plaza Brussels Hotel in in Belgium. Hosted by Biofuels International magazine, the event is now in its 13th year and is well established as a vital go to event on the biofuels calendar.
It will, of course, be the first conference since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the 2020 event to be pushed back a few times. The event in October 2020 was postponed to March the following year and then to October, but concerns over travel restrictions and face-to-face gatherings at a time when the pandemic was entering its second and third waves, resulted in the decision being taken to push it back further.
So all being well the conference next year will bring together the leading producers, market experts and technology providers in the biofuels sector to share knowledge and expertise on this dynamic industry. What an event it will prove to be as many delegates have not seen each other in person for a long time, while many others have only been able to interact online, via Zoom and Teams to name but two.
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