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Submit Your Presentation Ideas


Now Accepting Presentation Abstracts!

Presentation abstracts will be accepted for the 2020 Biodiesel Production Technology Summit
through February 14, 2020. Abstracts may be submitted in any of the following areas:

  • Production Equipment
  • Pretreatment
  • Posttreatment
  • Catalysts
  • Process Technology—Biodiesel
  • Process Technology—Renewable Diesel
  • Plant Services (Engineering, Consulting, Cleaning, Maintenance, Etc.)
  • Adsorbents & Resins
  • Reactors
  • Glycerin Upscaling Technologies
  • Biodiesel Upscaling Technologies to Alternative, Non-fuel Products
  • Process, Fuel Quality Analysis
  • Project Development—Biodiesel
  • Project Development—Renewable Diesel
  • Other


Speakers receive a 50% discount on Full-Conference Registration
View Guideline Specifications    View Agenda-At-A-Glance

Please note: An abstract is limited to one presentation, made by one speaker only. Please do not include multiple presenters delivering paired presentations on one abstract. If you are interested in suggesting a panel concept, or would like multiple abstracts to be considered for the same panel please send an email identifying which abstracts you would like considered together to rkotrba@bbiinternational.com.

Each abstract will be reviewed by a steering committee of qualified industry professionals by February 24th. Abstract acceptance and rejection e-mails will be delivered by March 6th and the preliminary agenda (all technical breakout sessions) will be posted online the week of March 16th.



Have additional questions? Please send inquiries to:
Ron Kotrba, Program Developer
BBI International
rkotrba@bbiinternational.com


Specifications for Presentation Ideas


Specificity: This is crucial for technology or process related abstracts. Make sure your presentation idea promises to convey, in specific terms, how a technology, system or process will improve production, reduce costs, and/or increase value. The abstract should promise to compare a new approach to an old way of doing things, or highlight process/production improvements or technological breakthroughs.

Relevance: The presentation idea should indicate that the presentation will highlight something that will make significant near-term impacts in its given area to a majority of the affected facilities/crops/processes/projects in the region.

Detail: While abstracts do not include schematics, photos, graphics, spreadsheets or pro formas, the abstract should indicate that the speaker will illustrate the effect of the technology/process/business approach by incorporating such visual tools into the presentation.

Understandability: If there are very complex processes or scientific/economic ideas being presented, the abstract should indicate that measures will be taken to make the information understandable (within reason) to a diverse spectrum of conference attendees?

Word Count: While there is technically no limitations on the length of your abstract, we ask that it be 200 to 400 words in length.


Have additional questions? Please send inquiries to:
Ron Kotrba, Program Developer
BBI International
rkotrba@bbiinternational.com

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