ABLC is a connected series of 6 conferences on the most important issues in the Bioeconomy right now. These conferences-within-a-conference are:
- The 10th Annual Advanced Biofuels Summit - focused this year on Advanced Biomass Diesel and BioCrude , and Advanced Alcohols and Alternatives to gasoline
- The 9th annual Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials Summit
- The 5th annual ABLC Advanced Nutrition & Feedstocks Summit
- The 10th annual Sustainable Aviation Fuels Summit
- The Biogas & RNG Summit
- The Hot Technologies Summit
Please see the daily agenda.
It's the #1 question asked by project stakeholders. How will we fund it?
Now, we have the answers, on April 4th at ABLC 2019, at the most important panel on bioeconomy project and equity finance and debt ever presented. The panel is called:
"Cutting Edge Funding And Contractual Structures For Successful Bioeconomy Project Financings"
Moderators Mark Riedy (partner, Kilpatrick Townsend) and John Kirkwood (partner, Faegre Baker Daniels) will lead a 100% Q&A panel addressing the state of the art in achieving the most cost effective long term project financings. You'll learn:
- The optimal contractual structures
- The underwriting considerations
- All requirements which must be satisfied for a closed financing.
From the veterans of virtually all of the toughest bioeconomy project financings to date.
This ABLC panel will focus substantially on the perspectives of major US and international product offtakers, investors, insurers, lenders and institutional bond purchasers with respect to structuring the funding and contracts for biogas/renewable chemicals and biojet/renewable diesel project financings.
Wednesday, April 3, 2019-
Friday, April 5, 2019
The Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
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