Oklahoma Conference Oct. 16-17 to Focus on Biofuels
October 8, 2007
• by Staff
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. --- GROW: The Oklahoma Biofuels Conference, scheduled for Oct. 16-17 in Oklahoma City, will address the state's potential for producing alternative fuels using such materials as switchgrass and other prairie grasses.
The keynote speaker will be James Woolsey, former CIA director, who will discuss the relationship between national security and the development of alternative transportation fuels.
Other speakers will address such topics as the growth of the biofuels industry, research and development initiatives, and the state's emerging biorefining sector.
For more information, call (800) 203-5494 or visit www.GrowOK.com.
Originally posted on Fleet Financials