As the LCFS program moves forward, the California market is seeking new ways to generate credits as deficits are now outweighing what’s available in the market and the CI target continues to tighten yearly.
Renewable diesel demand is growing, and other states are looking at low carbon fuel programs, creating even more competition for available fuels. While California is still in the forefront of climate change, others are gaining ground.
Dolores Santos, OPIS by IHS Markit
Floyd Vergara, Chief of Industrial Strategies Division, CARB
The workshop begins with an exciting and informative update on AB32 and the overall status of the LCFS program. From current regulations to anticipated changes and potential revisions, this presentation will set the tone and stage for the next day a half.
James Duffy, Chief Transportation Fuels Branch, CARB
Attendees will be provided with a first-hand look by Mr. Duffy at how the program has performed so far, the impact of the 2018 amendments to the LCFS program for obligated parties, alternative fuel producers and emerging technologies as carbon reduction targets ratchet up towards the goal of a 20% reduction below the 2010 level by 2030.
Cory Ann Wind, Clean Fuels Program Manager, Oregon DEQ
After several years, the Oregon LCFS program has evolved in numerous key ways. Learn what changes were made in 2019, what’s on the horizon in 2020 and beyond and how these changes will impact the state’s carbon footprint.
Doug Meyers, Director of Business Development, Kinder Morgan
Steve Lopes, Owner, Western States Oil
Richard Battersby, Assistant Director, City of Oakland Public Works
Our group of panelists and experts will provide an in-depth overview of both bio and renewable diesel, how they make their way to the ultimate end user and the challenges faced by the industry when getting renewable fuels efficiently and economically to market.
Renee Lawver, Greenhouse Gas Verification Program Manager, CARB
In this can’t miss session, Ms. Lawver will outline the new regulations and their impact pathways, reporting, compliance and most importantly your business. Learn how to both get into and stay in compliance with the latest information and hard facts.
Neil Koehler, CEO, Pacific Ethanol
Numerous other states are looking at LCFS programs to increase and grow the use and market share of low carbon fuels. Learn the who, what, when and why of what’s going on outside California and how this impacts you and your operations.
Kevin Lindemer, Executive Director, Downstream Consulting, IHS Markit
Continued improvements in advanced biofuels are bringing lower CI products to the marketplace. In this presentation, you’ll learn about currently available options, what the future may hold and the impact on the alternative fuel product pool.
Jordan Ramalingam, Air Pollution Specialist, CARB
As the LCFS CI targets continue to decrease, new sources of credits will become even more critical to the success of the program. Our keynote speaker will provide detailed information on the newest opportunities that are being discussed and proposed to generate LCFS credits to meet this deman
Sam Wade, Director of State Regulatory Affairs, RNG Coalition
Neil Black, President, California Bioenergy LLC
RNG from dairy gases offers a very attractive carbon intensity for transportation. Learn how this fuel is produced, its advantages and disadvantages and steps that are being taken to bring this alternative into the transportation motor pool.
Michael Rensing, Director, Low Carbon Fuels, Ministry of Energy and Mines
Canada is investigating the possibility of a nationwide low carbon fuel program. Hear from the front lines how this may play out in the different provinces and the impact it will have on competition with other programs for low carbon fuels.
Chris Tindal, Executive Director, CAAFI (invited)
Eric Cook, Sustainability Director, SFO (invited)
Graham Noyes, Executive Director, Low Carbon Fuels Coalition (invited)
Alternative jet fuel is now able to earn LCFS credits. Hear from a panel of experts as they discuss the impact of this product on the aviation industry and its ability to offer LCFS credits for the credit pool.