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Who Should Attend:
Suppliers and end-users of diesel fuel, including fleets, universities, hospitals, corporate sustainability leaders, municipalities, and others, who are interested in the operational, environmental, and cost benefits of biodiesel, and in learning how this market-ready, carbon-neutral fuel can empower their organizations as state and federal carbon reduction policies take effect over the next 10 to 30 years.
- National Supply Chain Overview
- Diesel Fuel and OEM Developments
- Biodiesel Industry Update
- Biodiesel End Use Applications and Operability Information
- Mandates and Incentives
- State Carbon Reduction Policies, Goals, and Deadlines
- Gasoline Industry Trends
- Biodiesel Marketing Opportunities
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, XBX is offered complimentary to attendees. However, for this event, HEAT Show registration is required.
With carbon metrics increasingly driving diesel markets, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to dive deep into the latest information on biodiesel use for the full spectrum of industry stakeholders.Kevin Kuper, Finished Products Manager, SeQuential
Renewable diesel and biodiesel are reshaping how diesel fuel markets work ... If diesel supply is important to you, you should come and learn about how these changes are happening, why they are happening and what it all means for how you do your work.Gene Gebolys, President and CEO, World Energy
This is the most comprehensive biodiesel educational seminar available anywhere in the nation. If you consume, market, trade or distribute diesel fuel, this is a can’t-miss event.Tim Keaveney, executive vice president of business development, Hero BX.
If you are interested in implementing the easiest, most cost-effective way to reduce your carbon footprint, this session on biodiesel put on by some of the industry’s leading experts will give you all you need to know.Steve Howell, ASTM Fellow, AOCS Fellow
XBX will take attendees deep into the supply chain’s epicenter. The program will prepare buyers, sellers, and end users to understand how the supply chain impacts fuels and how they can establish defenses to circumvent downstream challenges before they develop.Paul Nazzaro, Petroleum Liaison, National Biodiesel Board