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Plenary Session Preview
2012 Producer Update: An Up-to-Date Look at New Developments and Commercialization in the U.S. Algae Industry
Monday, September 24 | 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
This session will feature leaders in the algae industry as they present their updates and developments since 2011. Learn about what new leaps have been made in the areas of green crude, algae-based ethanol, new technologies and coproducts, and their plans to continue towards full commercialization.
Editor, BioFuels Digest
Chief Science Officer, Sapphire Energy
Chief Executive Officer, BioProcess Algae
Chief Executive Officer, Cellana
Chief Executive Officer, Heliae LLC
Chief Executive Officer, Algenol Biofuels
Commercializing Non-Fuel Products
Wednesday, September 26 | 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Although many see accessing the liquid fuel markets as the ultimate scale end-game for the algae industry, algae companies need to walk before they run. Smaller volume, higher value markets will be key to building scale, while by-product development will support the affordability of the main product stream. Therefore, an ever-increasing number of diverse higher-value algal products are being commercialized. This session will provide an overview of some of these products and emphasize the commercial impacts of deriving value from non-fuel products.
Texas A & M University
Thermoplastic Conversion of Algal Bioplastics
Utilization of Micro Algae and Biomeal in Paper
The Scoular Company
Algae as Nutrition: Needs of the Food and Feed Markets
James Richardson Texas A&M University
Importance of By Products on the Economic Success of Micro Algae Farming for Biofuels
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Perfectly located on the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is in the heart of Denver's business and financial districts. The 16th Street Denver hotel is within walking distance to many downtown local attractions. At the far end of 16th Street, you'll find everything from the Denver Art Museum to Colorado's State Capitol. The Sheraton looks forward to seeing you at the Summit in September!
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Coors and Golden Gate State Park
Monday, Sept. 24
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Since 1873, the Coors brewery in Golden Colorado has thrived for brewing one of the most widely consumed beer in the United States. The tour of the brewery will showcase the world’s largest single-site brewery and the MillerCoors’ legendary histories. The brewery experience includes a 40-minute tour highlighting the malting, brewing, and packaging processes with a final ‘cooling off’ stop in MillerCoors' tasting room where you’ll be able to sample the beers that MillerCoors is famous for.
Golden Gate State Park
Golden Gate Canyon State Park, located 30 miles west of Denver, offers an excellent opportunity to see the wonders of the Rocky Mountains and wildlife that inhabits the beautiful terrain. Visiting the 12,000 acre (4,900 ha) park will provide attendees an opportunity to see a great variety of Rocky Mountain wildlife, stunning views of numerous 14,000 ft. (4,300 m) peaks, the magnificent autumn colors of aspen trees. This will be a tour-stop where you won’t want to forget your camera.
*Separate registration and fee will be required.
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