Alternative Fuels and Developing Markets

Venue: TBA

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 15, 2008 End Date/Time: Dec 17, 2008
Registration Date: Dec 14, 2008
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Explore alternative fuel markets and evaluate their economic viability for future commercial production. This three day Euromoney Energy Training course will review current developments and trends in alternative fuel markets and the technologies that they depend upon. It will look to the future beyond the traditional uses of fossil fuels for power generation and transportation.

Most crucially, the course will focus on the long-term economic viability of these alternatives and the potential for profitable investment in developing market areas. Each topic will be addressed from a technical and commercial perspective. The course will also address the issues associated with environmental emissions, sustainability and the global primary energy mix forecasts for 2030 and beyond.

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How this course will help you Gain an appreciation of the economics of investments in new technologies Understand fossil fuel treatment for fuel regeneration: GTL, carbon sequestration and hydrogen Review clean coal techniques Examine the expanding electricity markets: embedded and distributed power generation Evaluate the future of biofuels and hybrid vehicles Discuss the reality of biomass for power generation Debate the environmental impact of emissions Draw conclusions about the global energy mix for 2030 and beyond Who should attend Investors in non-fossil fuel technology and markets Professionals working within the alternative energy industry Oil & gas professional looking to diversify their energy industry knowledge Lawyers involved in the alternative energy Industry Analysts working in the alternative energy Industry Project financers working on alternative energy projects Senior managers/directors in energy companies looking to diversify their portfolio Government representatives employed by energy agencies Media energy specialists Public relations individuals actively involved in the energy sector

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