Theme: Exploring discoveries in Biofuels and statistical approach towards Bioeconomy

Biofuels & Bioeconomy 2018

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Biofuels & Bioeconomy 2018

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites each one of all the participants over the globe to attend the 13th International Congress on Biofuels & Bioeconomy from October 18-20, 2018 in Ottawa, Canada. Theme of the Conference is "Exploring discoveries in Biofuels and statistical approach towards Bioeconomy” with an objective to empower the appealing research field alongside the need of commercialization by giving a chance to meet the specialists and Business entrepreneurs in the field of Biofuels and Bioeconomy.


Conference Name






Bioeconomy 2018


Ottawa, Canada


October 18-20, 2018

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Ottawa is a destination alive with celebration, beginning each year with February’s Winterlude, continuing through May’s Canadian Tulip Festival, heating up July 1 with the biggest Canada Day celebration in the country, and going all-out with headliner summer music festivals.

This city is a uniquely beautiful place: an urban centre on the edge of nature where you can enjoy the great outdoors — just outside your hotel room, and nearby in the surrounding country side. There’s an easy cosmopolitan vibe here, and Ottawa is known for being both welcoming and walkable. Explore the distinctive local neighbourhoods, including the historic ByWard Market: by day this area boasts a bustling farmers’ market and chic shops, by night it hums with activity at the restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs.

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Conference Series LLC Ltd welcomes every one of the members of Biofuels and Bioeconomy from everywhere throughout the world to attend 13th International Congress on Biofuels & Bioeconomy from October 18-20, 2018 in Ottawa, Canada. Which incorporates provoke keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Track 1: Growth of biofuels research in the last decade

Due to the limitation and rapid increase in price of fossil fuels, the world research is turning towards the biofuels and bioenergy as better future fuels from the last two decades. Currently, biofuels and bioenergy has become grown as the largest renewable energy resource providing 10% of world primary energy requirements. And from a recent report, it has projected that 27% of world transportation fuel can be generated from biofuels by 2050. The aim of this congress is to present the dynamics overview of the growth of biofuel over the last decade, its importance and to the possible impacts on the environment and the other aspects of Biofuels & Bioeconomy worldwide.

  • Recent research discoveries
  • Global bioeconomy markets
  • Biofuels over fossil fuels
  • Focus on feedstock
  • Latest technologies invented
  • Global market of bio-nanotechnology

  • International collaborations on sustainable biofuels

  • Bioeconomy compared to fossil fuel economy

  • Growth of bioeconomy with industrial biotechnology


Track 3: Advanced biofuels

Generally second generation biofuels are known as advanced and this has been developed because the production of first generation biofuels has certain limitations. Advanced biofuels can be produced from various types of biomass, fuel crops (such as Jatropha, sugar cane, corn, wheat etc.) and waste materials. Algae fuel or algal biofuel is also considered as advanced alternative to liquid fossil fuels which are produced from energy-rich algae. Many companies and government agencies are continuing their research funding efforts to reduce capital and production costs and make algae biofuel production commercially viable.

  •  First generation biofuels
  • Second generation biofuels
  • Third generation biofuels
  •  Enzyme development and biological pathways
  • Algae biofuels
  • Sustainable biofuels
  • Biofuels policies
  • Biofuels feedstock


Track 4: Biofuels productions

Biofuels are produced by simple biochemical processes such as hydrolysis of ligno-cellulosic biomass, esterification and fermentation of agricultural fuel crops and anaerobic digestion like algae. Biofuels can also be produced directly from plants, agricultural, industrial or domestic wastes. Global bioethanol production has been raised by 4.1%, consecutively led by Asia Pacific, South & Central America and North America. Biodiesel production has declined by 4.9% in 2015 in all of the major producing regions. Research is going on to find more suitable biofuel crops and impressing the oil yields of these crops as the current yields need large amounts of agricultural land and fresh water to produce enough biofuels to replace fossil fuel usage entirely.

  • Conversion of biofuels from biomass
  • Biofuels production from hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids
  • Biofuels from hydrotreated vegetable oils
  • Bio-synthetic of natural gas
  • Advanced research on Jatropha curcas
  • Biofuels from microbial algae
  • Energy balance of biofuel production
  •  Latest discovered technique of biofuel production


Track 5: Environmental impacts of biofuel

One of the major reasons for showing interest towards biofuels is to minimize the greenhouse gas and carbonyl emissions and to mitigate the climate change caused by fossil fuels. The greenhouse gases may be emitted by changes of cropland use because of increased biofuels production from one crop to another. In some cases more carbon is generated by converting a land that is used for growing biofuel feedstock to forest than the biofuel production itself. Biofuels also have a vital impact on the biodiversity and the water resources.

  • Greenhouse gas emission
  • Mitigate climate change
  • Affect on biodiversity
  • Control carbonyl emissions
  • Biodegradability in aquatic environment
  • Impact on water resources


Track 6: Biodiesel

Biodiesel is one of the most forms of alternative energy resource similar to fossil diesel. Biodiesel can be produced by simple trans esterification process from hydrogenated vegetable oil, animal fats and waste cooking oil. The largest portion of suitable oil resource comes from fuel crops such as corn, rapeseed, soybean oils, and palm oil or sunflower seeds from which the needed oil is extracted chemically or mechanically. The main advantage of biodiesel use is that it doesn’t produce any carbon in form of CO2. Biodiesel can be used in pure form or mixed with conventional diesel at any ration in the most diesel engines. It has uses in various fields such as transportation vehicles, railway, aircraft etc.

  • Fuel crops for biodiesel production
  • Biodiesel production
  • Utilization of biodiesel
  • Global market of biodiesel
  • Impact of biodiesel on bioeconomy
  •  Advantages & disadvantages of biodiesel


Track 7: Bioethanol

Bioethanol is the most well-known biofuel, calculating for about 90% of total biofuel usage worldwide. It is produced based on enzymatic fermentation of starchy biomass like sugars or 6-carbon sugars using mostly from carbohydrates including sugar beets, sugar cane, cereal crops, corn, sweet sorghum, cellulosic biomass, potatoes, cassava, and sorghum. Advanced R&D sectors are focusing on new conventional technologies of producing bioethanol from e ligno-cellulosic materials so that the production cost can be minimized. The biofuels market is gradually capturing the automotive industry, where by 2010, 79% of all cars manufactured in Brazil were hybrid cars with a fuel system of bioethanol and gasoline. 22% of all greenhouse gas emission can be avoided by using bioethanol.

  • Recent researchs on bioethanol
  • Bioethanol production
  • Utilization of bioethanol
  • Global market of bioethanol
  • Future forecast of bioethanol on world economy
  •  Scale up on industrial level
  • Advantages & disadvantages of bioethanol
  • Bioethanol vs biodiesel


Track 8: Challenges in research on advanced biofuels & Bioeconomy

Biofuels market is one of the most rapid growing markets in the world bioeconomy. The Bioeconomy can be defined as the sustainable development and conversion of biomass and biofuels into food, industrial products and energy. Renewable biomass means any biological material as a product itself or to be used as feed to produce any bioproducts. Due to global warming, climate change, limitation and increasing cost conventional fossil fuels has turned this aspect as a key challenge for the scientists and economists. The aim of this congress is to draw attention towards the importance of Biofuels & Bioeconomy in the context of natural energy resources in the 21st century, providing opportunity to resolve many answers of the challenges together with environmental preservation.

  • Socio-economy and sustainability
  • Bioeconomic value chains
  • Pricing and regulation of energy and other bioproducts
  • Government assistance
  • Industrial bioeconomy


Track 9: Social-economic issues of the Bioeconomy 

Bio-based products and processes may produce (intended or unintended) impacts on human society and the environment. These impacts may occur along the entire value chain of bio-based products and can be linked to the production of biomass, to biorefinery (and related) processes, or to the actual characteristics and effects of the new, bio-based products. One single product or process can have several impacts, which are also influenced by factors that are not related to the product or process. Since these impacts are context-specific and can be partly positive and partly negative, it is challenging to state whether the overall impact of a product or process is negative or positive. This chapter presents a typology of the social, economic and environmental impacts of the bioeconomy. It draws on the work that has been carried out within the FP7 project “Systems Analysis Tools Framework for the EU Bio-Based Economy Strategy” (SAT-BBE)2 which aimed at providing a design of a system analyses tool framework to assess and address the short-term and long-term challenges related to the European bioeconomy.

  • Economic impacts
  • Social impacts
  • Environmental impacts


Track 10: Bio-based industries for Bioeconomy

Bio-based industries are industries, which either use renewable resources and/or apply biobased processes in their production processes. Europe has a number of well-established industries, starch and biotechnology to the chemical, eco- and energy industries. Significant increase in economic activity is expected to arise from the innovation potential of industrial biotechnology and biorefineries, which provide the opportunity to develop new biobased industries, transform existing ones, and open new markets for bio-based products.

  • Biorefineries
  • Waste as an alternative biomass source
  • Biotechnologies
  • Bio-based products


Track 11: Advanced biorefineries

Biorefining can be termed as to separating biomass from a mixture of various products that possibly undergo through a series of further biological, biochemical, thermodynamic and separation processes. Biorefinery holds advantages of the various components in biomass and their intermediates by producing various products and thus optimizing the value produced from the biomass feedstock. Integrated biorefineries involves various types of feedstock and conversion processes to produce various types of bioproducts with the main focus on the production of biofuels. The high value products from biorefinery increase the profitability and the produces high volume fuels helps to achieve the world energy need as well as avoid greenhouse gas emission.

  • Biorefining and high value products of plants
  • Types of biorefineries
  • Industrial safety of biorefinery
  • Integrated biorefinery
  • Future perspectives


Track 12: Global scenario of Bioeconomy

The bioeconomy can be explained as the industry’s response to the current global challenges in social, environmental, and economic along with the bioproducts, food insecurity, climate change and the shortages of natural resource. In bioeconomy, renewable and naturally produced biological energy resources are used to replace fossil fuels as well as for other bio-based products. From the last decades, the global bioeconomy’s focus has shifted towards the biofuels and bioenergy. The euro bioeconomy already gains a turnover of approximately 2 trillion euro with employs more than 22 million. The recent evolution in the field of biotechnology industry and its application on agriculture and chemical or energy industries are important example of bioeconomic activity.

  • Biofuels production projection
  • Biofuels production and consumption scenario
  • Global biofuels price statistics
  • Modern bioeconomy researches
  • World bioenergy market forecast
  • Business of the emerging bioeconomy
  • Study the near future of bioeconomy
  • Renewable energy commercialization


After a great success of our previous conference Biofuels and Bioeconomy 2017, Conference Series LLC Ltd feels honor to officially announce “13th International Congress on Biofuels & Bioeconomy which is going to be held during October 18-20, 2018 in Ottawa, Canada with the theme “Exploring discoveries in biofuels and statistical approach towards Bioeconomy” along with Editorial Board Members, External Scientific Association, Researchers, Academicians, and Biofuels Market leaders around the globe.

The conference on Biofuels and Bioeconomy will offer a forum for experts from diverse disciplines to discuss and debate the pitfalls and promise of Biofuels & Bioeconomy with a core focus on the industrial, petroleum and agribusiness alliances defining the national advanced biofuels industry and latest developments in biofuels policy, international biofuels trading, sustainability, solutions for first generation producers, progress in advanced biofuels and information on feedstock pricing and trends and over all the global scenario of Bioeconomy. It's is going to be a must attend industry event with many great networking. In order to  adequately explore the complex issues relating to biofuels as a source of renewable energy, their role in replacing fossil fuel and reducing greenhouse gases,  and the related problems that would arise from such a shift, this year's conference will feature six panels exploring the issues from differing perspectives.

Importance & Scope:

Current energy system is required a wide change to achieve the key demands of the 21st century: reduced environmental impact, economic viability and efficiency. One of the most important parts of energy revolution is biofuels. The movement towards the production of first generation biofuels is still under research and need to enhance and improvement to be completely released. Problems with present biofuel strategies do not yet have any satisfactory solutions. The second generation biofuels mainly based on cellulosic ethanol is now under research and development and is opening up the way towards the new possibilities for future bioenergy generation. From the recent discoveries in genetics of algae, a new resource into the designer fuels and third generation biofuels has generated. Biofuels and Bioeconomy 2018 is a global platform where the experts all over the globe will explore their discoveries in the field of Biofuels and also encourage by the current Bioeconomy scenario of global market.

Why to attend???

Biofuels & Bioeconomy 2018 is a global platform where highly qualified and experienced Scientists from across the globe are going gather under a single roof and share their new discoveries on Biofuels & Bioeconomy. This is going to be one of the best scientific gathering and opportunity to reach and explore your research work at the largest assemblage of participants from all over the world. Conduct workshops, distribute knowledge, meet with highly experienced scientists, discuss new researches, and receive name recognition at this 3-day conference. World-renowned speakers, the latest discovered techniques and the newest updates in Biofuels, Bioenergy and the economic condition of Biofuel are the hallmarks of this conference. You will also get a chance to exhibit your products and respective company.

This conference is conducting on all the major aspects in the fields of Biofuels & Bioeconomy. It also would be beneficial for all the PhD scholars and students who ever willing to enter into corporate as well as research You will get an opportunity to form alliance and contact with established companies/ Research institutes in the respective field.

So hurry up and book your slot today for Biofuels & Bioeconomy 2018 !!

Target Audience:

  • Core field Scientists and Researchers from respective organization
  • Dean, HODs, Professors, Asst. Professors from Universities all over the world
  • Directors/Co-Directors and Business persons of research based companies across Brazil, USA, Europe and all the part of the who are investing in Biofuels and Bioeconomy
  • Economists
  • Aviation and Automobile companies
  • Young PhD researchers and students

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