DENVER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 12/21/11 -- BBI International has announced five new program tracks for the 5th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo, North America's largest and fastest growing biomass conference, taking place April 16-19, 2012 in Denver, CO. The new tracks are tightly focused on leading edge developments in each unique sector of the biomass industry, from feedstock procurement and handling to conversion technology, project finance and regulatory guidance. Below are the comprehensive tracks:
"The new tracks are in alignment with the five principal segments of the global biomass industry," said Tom Bryan, vice president of BBI International, "By building the agenda around these core areas, we believe attendees will be able to build personal itineraries that are customized for their needs."
In addition to new program tracks, the 2012 International Biomass Conference & Expo has added a poster session to the expo hall. The new poster session displays studies from top researchers around the world and demonstrates the future advancements in the biomass industry through engaging presentations. "We are excited to add a poster session to the expo hall," says Kolby Hoagland, program manager at BBI International, "We wanted to give researchers an avenue to showcase their abilities and work to the biomass industry."
Visit www.biomassconference.com to learn more about the largest biomass conference in the world, the International Biomass Conference & Expo, April 16-19, 2012 in Denver, CO.
About BBI International:
Founded in 1995, BBI International produces globally recognized bioenergy events and trade magazines. In addition to the International Biomass Conference & Expo and its allied regional events, BBI owns and operates the largest, longest-running ethanol conference in the world -- the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo (FEW) -- and the International Biorefining Conference & Trade Show. The company publishes Biomass Power & Thermal, Ethanol Producer Magazine, Biorefining Magazine, and Biodiesel Magazine, as well as a number of ancillary products including maps, directories, e-newsletters and other web-based industry resources.