USGC summit to promote international bioethanol visibility concludes

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The US Grains Council’s Global Ethanol Summit (GES) concluded with a variety of concurrent panel discussions with experts on various topics within the biofuel industry.
GES was an education and trade forum that sought to elevate bioethanol’s international visibility and ongoing successful initiatives as a viable decarbonisation solution within the transportation sector.
More than 350 ministerial-level officials and industry leaders, bioethanol producers and refiners from more than 40 countries attended the event to learn about the numerous environmental and human health benefits of globally expanding the use of biofuels.
The concurrent sessions featured topics such as new use applications for biofuels, biofuel infrastructure and compatibility and environmental and human health benefits of renewable fuels.
The events culminated in a series of memorandum of understanding signings between the council and key ethanol stakeholders from around the world.
“Users are seeing bioethanol’s undeniable benefits and the commensurate increased consumption means there is a growing recognition of what industry leaders have always known – bioethanol is available right here, right now and it is here to stay,” said USGC president and CEO Ryan LeGrand.

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