Assuming the Air Resources Board’s rulemaking efforts are completed this year, the market will be subject to a new but familiar regulatory landscape on January 1, 2016.
That’s when the reauthorized Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) will take effect. The new rules bring enhancements to various aspects of the regulation – from the annual targets for carbon intensity (CI), to pathway approvals, to compliance and verification standards – while ensuring continuity and certainty by maintaining the fundamental design and other critical elements of the LCFS.
If you currently do or are considering doing business in California, you need to be on top of this new world. Like the original LCFS, the new LCFS will affect every refiner, blender and terminal operator – as well as every biofuels producer who seeks entry to this lucrative market.
Join OPIS and regional, national and international experts for two days of in-depth analysis of all key aspects of the new LCFS.
Our panelists will give you critical information needed to operate effectively:
Come prepared to ask your questions about how the program will affect your business:
In addition to the LCFS and the Alternative Diesel Fuel regulation, California is nearly one year into its implementation of the state’s unique Greenhouse Gas Cap-And-Trade Program. This year’s event includes a special session to update you on that program and its effect on LCFS.
Plus, California’s fuel market cannot be considered without looking at how it interacts with clean fuels programs in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Government leaders have made it clear that they believe the Pacific Coast Collaborative is the wave of the future – and their agreements have already affected trade flows of biofuels and conventional fuels across the region.
So much is changing in the West. Don’t fall behind, and don’t let yourself be surprised. Register for the OPIS 4th Annual LCFS Workshop Today!
Initial Sponsors Include
Chief, Alternative Fuels Branch,
CEO and Founder,
North American Legal Counsel,
“Great job getting a well-rounded panel of opinions and facts from all parties affected by LCFS.”
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“Provided a lot of insight and information for marketers and suppliers to gain understanding about what to expect from LCFS.”
“Excellent experience and opportunity to understand the regulatory laws around LCFS.”
“This conference cleared up a lot of confusion for industry stakeholders about LCFS and Cap and Trade. Highly recommended.”
“Great overview of state clean fuels programs with excellent networking.”