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European E-Fuels Conference

Date: 9th November 2022 - 10th November 2022 Location: Hamburg - Germany

Building on the success of its previous editions with the latest one bringing 100 senior level attendees to Hamburg, we are delighted to be back with ACI’s European E-Fuels Conference in Hamburg, on the 9th & 10th of November 2022.

The 2022 edition of the conference will once again bring together key industry stakeholders from the renewables, fuels, energy and oil & gas industry: including car manufacturers, e-fuel producers, technology providers, consultants and policy advisors.

Senior-level speakers will present on technical aspects of the e-fuel market and present the latest challenges and opportunities that the industry brings. They will discuss requested topics by industry experts, touching on aspects such as e-fuels in the automotive and aviation industry, e-fuel production costs challenges and the latest technological advances amongst others.

Details

Start:
9th November 2022
End:
10th November 2022
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Contact

Name:
Joanna Mieloch – Delegate Sales
Phone:
+48 (0) 61 646 7036
Email:
Website:
www.acieu.net
Name:
Marcin Janecki – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
Phone:
+48 61 646 7047
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Hubert Sosnowski – Sponsorship, Exhibition
Phone:
+48 61 646 7059
Email:
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Ted Hughes – Content
Phone:
+44 (0)20 3141 0608
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Name:
Martyna Rak – Logistics
Phone:
+48 616 46 7020
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Venue

Hyperion Hotel Hamburg
Amsinckstrasse 39
Hamburg, 20097 Germany

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Phone:
+49 40 4142000
Website:
www.h-hotels.com/de/hyperion/hotels/hyperion-hotel-hamburg

On the day before the conference a limited number of delegates will have access to the Mabanaft PtL plant on the 8th of November.

The demonstration project is the world’s first power-to-liquid concept on a technical scale to date, supplying so-called e-fuels on the one hand and synthetic hydrocarbons on the other at the same time. These are further processed and marketed as a climate-friendly raw material into chemical-pharmaceutical specialities. The project thus goes beyond pure mobility applications.

Key topics of the programme:

  • Presentation and operation of the PTL demonstration plant.
  • Today’s petroleum industry on the way to climate neutrality
  • Discussion with experts on current PtX regulations

 

  • E Fuels Market Overview
  • Accessing economically priced, green feedstocks
  • Scaling up the E Fuels industry
  • Improving and building upon the sustainability of E Fuels
  • Presenting the Race2efuels Project
  • Working with current regulation and looking to the future
  • Improving transportation and safety of E Fuels
  • E Fuels industry perspectives – part one
  • E Fuels Industry Perspectives – Part Two
  • Improving the cost effectiveness of E Fuels
  • New Technologies in the E Fuels Industry
  • EDL’s HyKero Project
  • Ilyas Muhammad, Senior Business Development Manager, Maersk
  • Harald Hecking, Innovation Manager, Uniper Energy
  • Ville Rimali, Director, Growth & Development, Africa & Europe, Wartsila
  • Christian Schultze, Deputy General Manager, Director Research & Operations, Mazda
  • Ulrike Fischer, Head of Marketing & Communications, EDL
  • Gabriel Antberg, Senior Business Development Manager, Topsoe
  • Sveta Ukkonen, Head of Marine Fuels & Services, Neste Corporation
  • Ron Van Manen, Head of Strategic Development, Clean Sky
  • Dolf Gielen, Director IRENA Innovation and Technology Centre Bonn, IRENA
  • Uta Weiss, Managing Director, GMA
  • Monica Johannson, Principal Energy & Fuel Analyst, Volvo
  • Ralf Diemer, Managing Director, eFuel Alliance
  • Victor Gordillo, Fuel Research Specialist, Aramco
  • Johannes Daum, Team Leader Electricity, NOW
  • Oskar Meijerink, Business Development Manager, SkyNRG
  • Matthias Olafsson, Manager – Government & Public Affairs – Europe, Methanol Institute
  • Silke Bölts, Aviation Policy Officer, Transport and Environment
  • Gunnar Holen, CEO, Nordic Electrofuel
  • David Bothe, Associate Director, Frontier Economics

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

Ted Hughes

Phone: +44 (0)20 3141 0608

Email: [email protected]

 

Technical, Strategic and Business Development Executives from E-fuel Producers, Oil Refiners, Process Technology Providers, Electrolyser Producers, Catalyst Suppliers, Policy & Regulators, Automotive & Aviation Industries, Consultants, Investors and Chemical Companies.

  • Overcoming the Barriers of Development & Growth
  • Advances in E-Fuels as a Positive Disruptor in the Automotive and Trucking Transportation Sector
  • Updates on Policy & Regulations Framing the European Industry
  • Exploring the Commercialized and Small Scale Technologies Currently on the Market
  • The Need for Sustainable Electricity Logistics in the Creation of E-Fuels
  • The Importance of CO2 Sourcing and Usage in the Production Process
  • The Role of E-Fuels in the Future of Aviation
  • Triggering E-Fuel Production Investments
  • The Role of E-Fuels in Maritime

 

eFuel-Today is all about E-Fuels and talks directly to consumers about the positive impact by fossil-free and sustainable fuels in reducing CO2 emissions. The consumer-focused storytelling approach is what makes EFTD stand out. The initiative eFuel-Today was founded by the MEW, its members and partners in January 2021. It quickly became one the world’s leading communication platform for E-Fuels within the German language regions with millions of users reached so far. Frequently published videos and a high roll-out of editorial articles make eFuel-Today a fast moving, one of its kind storytelling machine. By informing customers with reliable, well curated and highly entertaining contents about climate-neutral synthetic and electricity based fuels (E-Fuels), we would like to enable people as well as politicians to take sound decisions to contribute to the climate goals.


The mission of CO2 Value Europe is to promote the development and market deployment of sustainable industrial solutions that convert CO2 into valuable products, in order to contribute to the net reduction of global CO2 emissions and to the diversification of the feedstock base away from fossil oil and gas. Our vision is a future where CCU has become an integral part of a low carbon economy.


EUREC, the Association of Renewable Energy Research Centers, promotes European research and education activities for the renewable energy sector, and supports the development of innovative technologies to enable the transition to a sustainable energy system. The organisation was founded in 1991 as European Economic Interest Grouping (E.E.I.G.).

EUREC’s members are prominent research and development (R&D) groups spread across Europe, operating in all renewable energy technologies. Our members also conduct research into supporting technologies such as energy efficiency, storage, distribution and integration, and undertake studies to evaluate the social and economic aspects surrounding renewable energy.

Apart from work in policy development and education and training (through the European Masters programmes), EUREC is involved – to varying levels from communication to coordination or advisory – in numerous European co-funded projects centred on renewable technologies. These technologies revolve around a wide array of technologies (wind, biomass, small hydro, marine, geothermal, photovoltaics, solar thermal electricity, and solar thermal heating and cooling).

EUREC is a partner of the European Technology and Innovation Platform Bioenergy – Support of Renewable Fuels and Advanced Bioenergy Stakeholders (ETIP-B2022-2025) project that aims at triggering collaborative efforts of stakeholders from research to innovation to implementation in the field of renewable fuels and bioenergy. The ETIP Bioenergy aims to actively engage with stakeholders and civil society, link their needs to policy making of the European Union and Member States, and provide advice to industry.


 

PetrolPlaza -The leading international online publication for the fuel retailing, fuel logistics and car wash industries.

With a growing community, PetrolPlaza continues to be the No.1 online information source for decision makers in the petrol retailing, fuel logistics and car wash markets. After going online in 1998, PetrolPlaza has built an excellent reputation amongst industry professionals across the world. PetrolPlaza offers daily updated market news and a newsletter service free of charge. Here you find information on the latest technologies, trends and products, as well as case studies and video reports and can access extensive equipment supplier and fuel retailer listings. Over 17,000 subscribers receive our free of charge weekly newsletters.
www.petrolplaza.com
[email protected]


Bunkerspot is a key source of high quality, independent information for all professionals working in the international bunker industry. Stay fully up to speed with daily news updates, longer reads, and interviews with the bunker industry’s key players.

STANDARD SUBSCRIPTION – BUNKERSPOT

  • Six issues of Bunkerspot magazine – this authoritative and well respected ‘journal of record’ provides incisive, high-quality features and news coverage of the major issues impacting the marine fuels sector
  • Unlimited access to www.bunkerspot.com – this enables you to view all the latest news stories as they emerge and read the comments and opinions from the bunker industry’s key players
  • searchable archive featuring thousands of news stories and features
  • A listing of global industry events, seminars, workshops and conferences
  • Daily bunker prices from 22 key ports.

Subscribers will also have access to the online digital version of the magazine. | PRICE:  £295 per year


 

Energy Tech Review is a guardian angel in this concern, assisting the service providers and business people to choose from the vast pool of enterprises who have worked in the energy sector to bring positive changes in our environment. Energy Tech Review aggregates the brightest minds, opinions, analyses, the latest technologies, and the most mind-boggling arguments about the critical issues that exist in the energy sector.


 

Utilities Tech Outlook is that quintessential platform that informs about the latest trends, challenges, and technology solutions in the space. Utilities Tech Outlook follows a learn-from-peer approach where the decision-makers provide their opinions and reviews about innovative technologies, which can create a difference in the utilities space. We aspire to be the trusted magazine for decision-makers in the various utility channels including electricity, natural gas, waste management, water, and sewage, guiding them toward adopting the best in technology to streamline their operation, enhance customer experience, and boost revenue.


Renewables Now is a business information provider for renewable energy professionals. We deliver a live news wire covering established and emerging renewable energy markets and the latest trends from across the globe. On Renewablesnow.com you can read over 600 news each month, access our fully searchable archive running 12 years back and follow the hottest topics including hydrogen, corporate PPAs and M&A deals. 


 

SeeNews is the leading business intelligence platform for Southeast Europe. As a one-stop-shop, SeeNews combines business and financial news, interviews and feature stories, company data, analyses and reports, traditional and social media monitoring and analyses for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia


 

NobleNetSM is the world’s premier professional network designed exclusively for the STEM sector; Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and related markets. Join us for fast, free networking, highly relevant sector content and great sourcing opportunities. We are growing strongly and warmly welcome anyone with interests in these markets, across all levels, from students to CEOs. Basic membership is free.

www.noblenet.co

Founded in 1940, Topsoe is a global leader in developing solutions for a decarbonized world, supplying technology, catalysts, and services for worldwide energy transition.

Our mission is to combat climate change by helping our partners and customers achieve their decarbonization and emission-reduction targets, including those in challenging sectors: aviation, shipping, and production of crucial raw materials. From low-carbon or zero-carbon chemicals, to renewable fuels and plastic upcycling, we are uniquely positioned to aid humanity in realizing a sustainable future.

Topsoe is headquartered in Denmark, with 2,100 employees serving customers all around the globe. To learn more, visit www.topsoe.com

 


 

Gane Energy is an Australian based fuel development and licensing company which has developed a cleaner, competitive fuel for heavy-duty diesel engines. With patents in more than 50 territories around the world, Gane’s technology enables companies in marine, rail, power generation, mining, construction, agriculture and long-haul road transport sectors to decarbonise and achieve emissions targets in a sustainable and cost-effective way. Further information at www.ganeenergy.com

 


 

Axens Group provides a complete range of solutions for the conversion of oil and biomass to cleaner fuels, the production and purification of major petrochemical intermediates as well as treatment and conversion options for natural gas. The offer includes technologies, equipment, furnaces, modular units, catalysts, adsorbents and related services.

From feasibility studies to unit start-up and follow-up throughout the entire unit life cycle, Axens Group is ideally positioned to cover the entire value chain to provide integrated offer and sustainable future.

www.axens.net/

 


 

EDL Anlagenbau Gesellschaft mbH is one of the leading technology-oriented plant engineering companies in Germany and has a corporate history of Edeleanu and Chemieanlagenbau Leipzig-Grimma going back to well over 100 years. Since 2003, EDL has been part of the Austrian Pörner Group. In more than 50 major projects the company has developed into a specialist for refinery modernizations and revamps.

As partner of the refinery, petrochemical and chemical industries as well as the energy sector EDL offers the entire engineering portfolio from feasibility studies up to turnkey deliveries of plants. With pioneering innovative technologies such as power-to-X (PtX) and biomass-to-X (BtX) for the production of sustainable synthetic fuels and chemical products or with residue and lube oil technologies EDL provides eco-friendly and economic solutions for its customers. Over 200 employees work at EDL’s headquarters in Leipzig as well as in Cologne and Dortmund.

For more information visit www.edl.poerner.de

 


 

 

OBRIST Engineering is an Austrian technology company with more than 25 years of experience in the development of automotive powertrain systems, waste heat recovery, and thermal management systems. We have extended our technological lead in mobile applications based on the natural refrigerant R744.

In 2011, OBRIST Powertrain was founded as a natural extension of OBRIST Engineering, which had been working on eco-friendly thermal management solutions since 1996.

Our proprietary powertrain, HyperHybrid®, can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of worldwide mobility or can operate with “zero emissions” when using e-methanol as a fuel. Our plug-in hybrid electric powertrain solution boasts maximum energy efficiency and unmatched pricing – thanks to a smart and simple design that incorporates a multitude of functions.

The OBRIST team is a committed group of individuals with strong backgrounds in all major technical disciplines, especially thermal management, hybrid electric drivetrain development, and control technology.

https://www.obrist.at/

 


 

Clariant’s Catalysts business unit is a leading global developer and producer of a broad portfolio of catalysts for industrial processes. It has been part of the Catalysis business area of the Clariant Group since the acquisition of the German Süd-Chemie in 2011.

Clariant Catalysts operates globally with a local focus from a total of 14 production sites (incl. Joint Ventures), and 10 R&D and technical centers around the world. Approximately 2 044 employees serve customers across all regional markets.

Creating Performance Technology® is the philosophy at the heart of the Catalysts business, combined with the Performance, People, Planet core values of Clariant. Reflecting these principles, Clariant’s innovative catalysts and adsorbents deliver significant and sustainable value to customers by enabling higher production throughput, and lower energy consumption, while reducing hazardous emissions from industrial processes and combustion engines. Clariant’s catalysts and technologies also enable the use of alternative feedstock, such as natural gas, coal and biomass, as raw materials for chemical and fuel production. In doing so, Clariant Catalysts addresses the global challenges of raw material scarcity, energy efficiency, and responsible care for the environment.

www.clariant.com/catalysts

 


 

 

Leading the way in efficient CO2 to methanol production

A commercially available, scalable and proven process

As the world continues to decarbonise, methanol is likely to be synthesized from sustainable sources such as CO2 and electrolysis-derived hydrogen in a process known as CO2 hydrogenation. Methanol produced in this way – known as ‘green methanol’ or ‘e-methanol’ – can be used as a low-carbon intensity fuel for marine transport, as a precursor for the production of other fuels (gasoline, DME, kerosene), or as a sustainable feedstock for the production of chemicals such as formaldehyde or olefins.

Building on its long-term expertise and market leadership position in methanol process technology, Johnson Matthey has developed methanol technology and catalysts for these new sustainable feeds, which it offers to the market at scale and with process guarantees.

As an optimised solution, Johnson Matthey’s CO2 to methanol technology ensures high feedstock efficiency, reduced CAPEX and optimised OPEX. It also delivers enhanced catalyst lifetime by incorporating the latest catalyst technology developments.

This presentation will discuss these methanol technology developments and the sustainability benefits they bring.

Key takeaways:

  • As the world continues to decarbonise, green methanol will become increasingly popular and sought after
  • Johnson Matthey has developed a commercially available technology to enable the production of green methanol at scale
  • Johnson Matthey’s green methanol technology is both highly efficient and cost-effective

www.matthey.com 

 


 

ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Hubert Sosnowski

Tel: +48 61 646 7059 / +48 604 460 170

Email[email protected]

 

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• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions

Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.

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