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    Someone may need some of the names on this list. Please disregard if this is not your area of interest. From: International Biomass Conference & Expo
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      Someone may need some of the names on this list.  Please disregard if this is not your area of interest.

       

      From: International Biomass Conference & Expo [mailto:service@...]
      Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 2:44 PM
      To: Ralph Parrott
      Subject: Get two complimentary conference registrations – almost gone.

       

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      Exhibitors Meet the Right People
      You'll also receive two FREE registrations with your booth package.

      Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity to reach hundreds of people in the biomass industry in search of solutions. There is simply no other means of meeting with this many biomass-related decision makers, influencers and stakeholders.

      Value of Exhibiting:

      • Two full conference registrations included in the price of the exhibit.
      • Reach the largest collection of key biomass industry decision makers, influencers and stakeholders in the world.
      • Multiple face-to-face meetings with current and future customers.
      • Many studies show that trade show attendance is the most effective form of marketing by significant, measurable amounts.
      • Exhibiting gives you a central location and presence at the show. This will reduce missed opportunities by giving potential customers a place to find you.
      • Significant marketing activities and exposure before, during and after the show.



         


      Sponsor the Biomass and Bush Stadium Baseball Event
      Receive two FREE registrations and booth. New Pricing- now only $5,000!

      Take advantage of a once in a lifetime sponsorship opportunity at the 2011 International Biomass Conference & Expo and become a sponsor for the Biomass & Bush Stadium Baseball Event. We have reserved a series of interconnected Legends Party Suites where you will watch the game in style and enjoy an array of delicious food and ice-cold Budweiser and Bud Light on tap.

      St. Louis Cardinals vs. Florida Marlins
      Wednesday, May 4th

      7:00 p.m. until Game End

      Marketing/Branding Opportunities
      Complimentary Registrations

      • Two complimentary full-conference registrations
      • Complimentary inline (10 X 10) exhibit space in the expo
      • Company signage in Party Suite
      • One piece insert in all conference bags
      • Company logo and link to company website on every page of the conference website
      • Sponsor Spotlight: Company logo and 50 word description featured in "Sponsor Spotlight" on the home page of the conference website
      • Company logo (linked to company website) on every e-mail blast promoting the event.
      • Company literature at designated sponsor table
      • Logo and 50-word description in onsite program guide
      • Visual recognition on signage; verbal and visual recognition in general session sponsor slide presentation
      • Opportunity to promote separate side event to conference attendees through the conference website
      • Executive boardroom available for private meetings

           


      Panel Preview
      Two of the many exciting topics at this year's event.

      Biomass Industry Leaders Weigh in on President Obama's Energy Blueprint
      Association Executive Roundtable:
      Our Industry in a Changed Political Landscape
      TUESDAY, MAY 3rd
      8:45 am - 10:00 am


      Politics have changed how we do business in our fast-growing industry. This year's plenary session dives deep into the current political climate and what it means to you right now. In addition, the panel will forecast the direction of the biomass industry. This session will allow you to make informed decisions on how to best position your business in the market to maximize revenue.

      Moderator:
      Tom Bryan

      Vice President, BBI International

      Mary Rosenthal
      Executive Director, Algal Biomass Organization

      Charlie Niebling
      Chairman, Board of Directors, Biomass Thermal Energy Council

      Robert Cleaves
      President and Chief Executive Officer, Biomass Power Association

      Norma McDonald
      Vice Chair, External Affairs and Co-Chair, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, American Biogas Council

      Bob Dinneen
      President and Chief Executive Officer, Renewable Fuels Association

      Joe Jobe
      Chief Executive Officer, National Biodiesel Board

      Michael McAdams
      President, Advanced Biofuels Association




      This year BBI International is introducing an opportunity for you to submit questions online for this assembled panel. This innovative approach is a part of our continuing efforts to deliver world-class content and answer the questions most important to you.


      Track 5: MSW, Urban Wastes & Landfill Gas
      Energy Production Opportunities for
      Communities from MSW and Wastewater Streams
      WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th
      10:30 am - Noon


      Municipalities are on the front lines of waste collection and management. Progressive and forward thinking communities have engaged in energy production and capture as a viable waste management solution and at the very least have driven down the expense of converting and processing these waste streams. Built with professionals working through the technical challenges of waste conversion, this panel will provide attendees with a glimpse of the economic promises that await municipalities willing to re-imagine this waste stream.

      Moderator:
      Herman Miller III
      EDI Environmental Developers

       

      Valentino Tiangco
      SMUD Sacramento Municipal Utility District
      SMUD Community Renewable Energy Projects

      Steve Gilchrist
      Green Power Technologies Inc.
      Waste-to-Biomass: The Logical Next Step

      Andre Levchenko
      Setaram Inc.
      Thermal Analysis of Wastes and Sludge

      Caixia Chen
      East China University of Science and Technology
      CFD Modeling of MSW Combustion and SNCR in a Commercial Incinerator


        


      Look at all the companies exhibiting and taking advantage of this once-a-year event!
      As of April 4th, 2011

      A&B Process Systems
      ABBOTT Energy Systems
      Abener
      ADI Systems Inc.
      Advanced Recycling Equipment, Inc
      AGRA Industries, Inc.
      ALL Power Labs
      Allied Mineral Products, Inc.
      Alpha Boilers, Inc.
      Altech Environment USA
      Altentech Power, Inc.
      Amandus Kahl USA Corp
      AMEC Power & Process
      American Wood Fibers
      Andritz
      Andy J. Egan Company
      Applied Chemical Technology
      Aquatech International Corporation
      Aquilex Corporation
      ARCADIS
      Arizona Instrument LLC
      ASI Industrial
      ATEC Steel Fabrication and Construction
      Atlas Systems, LLC
      B.I.D. Canada Ltd.
      Babcock & Wilcox Company
      Bandit Industries, Inc.
      Barr/Cook Engineering
      Bedeschi America, Inc.
      Beltomatic/Biogreen
      BinMaster Level Controls
      BioFuels Automation
      Biofuels Journal
      Biomass Briquette Systems, LLC
      Biomass Power & Thermal
      Biomass Products and Technology
      Bliss Industries, LLC
      Boldt Construction
      BRUKS Rockwood, Inc.
      Brunette Industries LTD
      Buettner GmbH
      Buhler Inc.
      Burns & McDonnell
      CECO Environmental
      CEDA International Corporation
      Chemex Solutions
      Christianson & Associates, PLLP
      City of Farmington
      CleanAir Engineering
      Clyde Bergemann Power Group
      Cogent Industrial Technologies Ltd.
      Columbia Automation Systems Inc.
      Consolidated Terminals & Logistics
      Cousineau Forest Products
      CPM Roskamp Champion
      CST Storage
      Davenport Dryer
      Detroit Stoker Company
      Dieffenbacher, Inc.
      Dome Technology
      Duratech Industries International, Inc.
      Durr Systems, Inc.
      Ebnervyncke
      Eco Energy Fuel Co., LLC
      Economy Controls Corporation
      Ecostrat Inc
      EERC Energy & Environmental Research Center
      Electromatic Equipment Company, Inc.
      Elementar Americas
      Emerging Fuels Technology
      EnerVation Advisors
      ERM - Environmental Resources Management
      ESI, Inc.
      Evergreen Engineering
      Ewing Bemiss & Co
      Fagen Inc.
      Firefly AB
      FLAMEX Incorporated
      Freez-it-Cleen
      Frontline BioEnergy, LLC
      Garick LLC
      GEA Barr-Rosin Inc.
      GEA Westfalia Separator
      Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
      Green Tech America, Inc.
      Greenberry Industrial
      Guascor North America
      Hallco Industries, Inc.
      Heyl & Patterson Inc.
      Howden North America, Inc.
      Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC
      Huntleigh McGehee
      Hurst Boiler & Welding Co. Inc.
      ICM, Inc.
      IMERYS
      Industrial Construction Group

      Innovative Energy Incorporated
      Interstates Companies
      Intertek
      J.T. Thorpe & Son, Inc
      Jackson Lumber Harvester Co.
      Jacobs Corporation
      Jeffrey Rader
      Jervis B Webb
      KEITH Manufacturing Company
      Komptech USA Inc.
      Konecranes America, Inc.
      Laidig Systems Inc.
      Lanworth Inc.
      LECO Corporation
      LM Machinery and Equipment, LLC
      Martin Engineering
      Matrix Service Company
      McGill AirClean LLC
      M-E-C Company
      Messersmith Manufacturing, Inc.
      Metro Boiler Tube Company
      Metso
      Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
      Mid-South Engineering Company
      Miron Construction Co., Inc.
      Monitortech Corporation
      Morbark, Inc.
      NAES Corporation
      National Boiler Service, Inc.
      New Generation Biofuels, Inc.
      Nexterra Systems Corp.
      North American Clean Energy
      North Carolina's Southeast
      Northeast Missouri Development Partnership
      Octaform Systems Inc.
      Outotec (USA) Inc.
      Pallmann America Inc
      Pellet Fuels Institute
      Pellet Technology USA
      Pell-Gen
      Pezzolato SpA
      Phelps Industries
      Powerhouse Technology
      PowerStock
      Pratt & Whitney Power Systems
      Process and Storage Solutions
      Process Equipment/Barron Industries
      Processbio
      Processbio.com
      Pro-Environmental, Inc.
      Protectoseal Company, The
      Rapat Corporation
      Rawlings Waste Wood Recovery Systems
      REPREVE Renewables
      RISI
      Roeslein & Associates, Inc
      Rotochopper, Inc.
      Rovanco Piping Systems
      RUD Chain, Inc.
      Ruf US, Inc
      S. Howes
      Saskatchewan Research Council
      Scheuch Inc.
      Schutte-Buffalo Hammer Mill
      Screw Conveyor Corporation
      SHW Storage & Handling Solutions GmbH
      Siemens Industry, Inc.
      SolaGen Incorporated
      Southern Waste Information
      Stoel Rives LLP
      Sun Machinery Company
      The City of Benson / Swift County
      The NanoSteel Company
      The Teaford Company, Inc.
      Thomas & Muller Systems, Ltd.
      Trace Environmental Systems
      Tri-Mer Corporation
      Twin Ports Testing Inc
      Uponor North America
      Urecon Pre-Insulated Pipe
      US Department of Energy Biomass Program
      UTS BioEnergy
      Vecoplan, LLC
      Vermeer Corp.
      Victaulic Company
      Vishay Precision Group
      V-Ram Processing LLC
      W. Soule & Company
      Warren & Baerg Manufacturing Inc.
      Weis Environmental
      West Salem Machinery
      Western Ag Enterprises, Inc.
      Western Pneumatics, Inc.
      White Technology LLC
      Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co., Inc.
      Wolf Material Handling Systems
      Wood Bioenergy Magazine


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