HOUSTON --- Ethanol & Biodiesel Management University, a conference on the biofuels market, is set for Sept. 8-9 at the Renaissance Hotel in Houston, Texas.

The conference will focus on:

** The true supply and demand picture — plants that will really come on line, and biofuels import/export dynamics.

** The proper way to set up your company's risk profile — both as a biofuels buyer and seller.

** The outlook for biodiesel economics -- crush margins for soy, animal fat, rapeseed and other feedstocks.

** The role cellulosic ethanol and alternatives to crop-based distillates will play in the future of biofuels.

** How to profit from simple and advanced hedging strategies, such as futures and options, using corn, soy, gasoline, heating oil and other basis points.

** The proper way to set up your company's risk profile — both as a biofuels buyer and seller.

** Up-blending, octane enhancement and tax incentives -- using biofuels to boost fuel margins.

** How to benefit from the RFS/RIN system — and what to watch out for.

 ** Brazil, the Caribbean, India and China -- arbitrage opportunities and their effects on U.S. imports.

** How to overcome transportation and storage challenges for ethanol and biodiesel.

The conference is part of the OPIS Executive Education Series. For more information, click here.

 

 

 

Originally posted on Green Fleet Magazine

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