Tue, Oct 29 · 8:00

Are you looking for market intelligence on the wood chip, wood pellets and alternative feedstocks markets? Do you want to meet and learn from the biomass industry's thought-leaders?

With over 100 companies from Nordic and Baltic countries in attendance, the Argus Biomass Nordics and Baltics conference is the leading business event for key biomass players within the region. This commercial platform offers a fantastic opportunity for companies to network, build business relationships and stay informed on the latest investment and trends within the waste, wood chip and wood pellet markets.

The 2-day conference, 29-30 October, offers you 22+ hours of topical debate that will address key regional challenges and opportunities, including; supply demand landscape, pricing structures, and infrastructure. Highlights on the agenda include case studies from Polish company ENEA, Danish company Helsingor Utilities and Estonian district heating company Danpower Eesti.

On the 31 October you can choose to attend the interactive workshop titled: "Doing business successfully in the Nordics and Baltics: Overcoming the main hurdles of trading, and identifying future security of supply".

Alternatively, you can opt to take a first-hand look at Orsted's AvedOre Power Plant during the exclusive site visit tour.

Meet and do business with pellet and wood chip producers, traders, utilities and district heating companies, storage, technology and waste companies at this popular event.

Find out more at: www.argusmedia.com/biomass-nordics-baltics

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Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/505863-3?pid=5731

Prices:
Main conference pass - 29-30 October - early bird discount rate - expires 13 September: EUR 1299.00,
Main conference + workshop pass - 29-31 October - early bird discount rate - expires 13 September: EUR 1599.00,
Main conference pass - 29-30 October - standard rate: EUR 1499.00,
Main conference + workshop pass - 29-31 October - standard rate: EUR 1799.00,
Orsted's Avedøre Power Plant site visit - 31 October: EUR 150.00

Speakers: Erik Werner Keis, Head of Energy Planning, Helsingor Utilities, Denmark, Juhan Aguraiuja, Head of Project Development, Danpower Eesti, Estonia, Patryk Dunal, Head of Biomass Procurement, Enea, Poland, Claus Mogensen, Country Manager, Denmark, SCANDBIO, Denmark, Arnold Dale, Vice President Bioenergy, Ekman, Latvia, Thomas Trebbien, Sales Manager, Blue Point Pellets, Denmark, Adam Pawelas, Supply Chain Sustainability Director, Carlsberg, Switzerland, Malgorzata Jedrychowska, Director Market Ops. Department, Enea, Poland, Michael Christensen, Chief Operations Officer, CM Biomass, Denmark, Michael Schytz, Head of Fuel and Logistics, Hofor, Denmark, Anders Fenger, Senior Business Analyst, Orsted, Denmark, Lauma Kazusa, Head of Market Analysis, SUEZ Trading Europe, UK, Carsten Huljus, Chief Executive Officer, SBP, Germany, Sasja Christensen, Research Manager - Dry Bulk, Maersk Broker, Denmark