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NSW Bioeconomy Summit

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September 11, 2023


Sydney, Australia


Secure your ticket to the NSW Bioeconomy Summit and hear about the projects, research and initiatives driving Net Zero in NSW.

With only 100 tickets available, we encourage you to get in quick!

The one day Summit will consist of four sessions detailing work to progress the domestic industry for Sustainable Aviation Fuel, Renewable Liquid Fuels and Renewable Gas on September 11, 2023.

Sustainable Aviation Fuel ready for take off in NSW

Terri Butler, Sustainable Aviation Fuel Alliance of Australia and New Zealand
Sarah Chambers, NSW Department of Regional Economic Development, Sustainable Aviation Fuel Opportunities in Regional NSW
Max Temminghoff, CSIRO, The CSIRO and Boeing SAF Roadmap: A feedstock analysis and scale-up blueprint for the region
Alex Grant, Australian Renewable Energy Agency, ARENA SAF Funding Initiative

Renewable Diesel decarbonising Construction, Marine, Mining, Agriculture, Rail and Heavy haulage

Simon Roycroft, Cleaner Fuels Alliance
Abigail Heywood, Lendlease Australia, Fossil Fuel Free Construction – biodiesel and renewable diesel on NSW construction sites
Mark Hammond, Trucking Industry Council, Decarbonising Australian Road Freight Transport – The role of renewable fuels
Amy Philbrook, Arup, The need for bio-derived fuels in the rail industry
Fabiano Ximenes, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Unlocking NSW’s available feedstock - NSW BioSmart - Biomass Spatial and Modular Assessment of Resources Tool
Keith Sharp, TFA Project Group, Decarbonising Transport by 2050 - transitioning from fossil fuels to sustainable liquid fuels
Shafaq Rahman, Svitzer Australia, In Port emissions - a pathway to Net Zero

Delivering 40PJ of Biomethane for NSW by 2030

Sponsored by Jemena

Adjunct Professor Jim Snow, Oakley Greenwood
Race for 2030, Mapping organic waste in Sydney to advance anaerobic co-digestion
Manuel Weirich, Office of Energy and Climate Change, NSW Treasury, GreenPower's new national renewable gas certification
Linda Cardillo, Jemena, The Malabar Biomethane Injection Project
Dylan Gower, CLEAN Cowra, CLEAN Bioenergy- Cowra b2e project

The Great Feedstock Debate - Gas v Fuel
Debate topic: Australia’s biomass resources should be reserved for liquid fuel instead of being used to decarbonise the gas network

Tony Wood, Grattan Institute, Debate Adjudicator

Adjunct Professor Jim Snow, Oakley Greenwood Team Gas Leader
Jordan McCollum, Australian Pipelines and Gas Association, Team Gas
Melissa Perrow, Brickworks Building Products, Team Gas
Jarrod Irving, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group, Team Gas

Terri Butler, Sustainable Aviation Fuel Alliance of Australia and New Zealand, Team Fuels Leader
Simon Roycroft, Cleaner Fuels Alliance, Team Fuels
Steve Rogers, Licella Technology, Team Fuels
Rob Wood, Sydney Airport, Team Fuels