The Biobased and Renewable Products Advocacy Group (BRAG) helps members develop and bring to market their innovative biobased and renewable chemical products through insightful policy and regulatory advocacy. BRAG is managed by B&C® Consortia Management, L.L.C., an affiliate of Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

The 2017 Biobased and Renewable Chemicals Conference, organized by the Delaware Sustainable Chemistry Alliance (DESCA) and supported by the American Chemical Society (ACS) Green Chemistry Institute, is a two-day event that will focus on the emerging landscape of technologies that are replacing fossil fuel-based raw materials and the major challenges and opportunities facing the industry.  The event features interactive panel discussions, keynote speakers, workshops, and networking opportunities with industry experts and thought leaders, including:​

  • Mike Gudgeon, Technical Manager, PBF Energy;
  • Dr. Seetha Kammula-Coleman, President, STRIDE;
  • Dr. Stanley Merritt, Sustainability Leader, The Chemours Company;
  • Dr. Tim Mueller, North American Research Director, DuPont Science & Engineering Operations;
  • Dr. Erica Nemser, CEO, Compact Membrane Systems;
  • Lori Palmer, Chief Business Ventures Officer, Trellist Marketing & Technologies; and
  • Dr. Bryan Tracy, CEO & Co-Founder, White Dog Labs.

Lauren M. Graham, Ph.D., Manager of BRAG, will be attending the conference and will be pleased to discuss questions that attendees may have about the regulatory issues facing biobased and renewable chemicals.  Registration is available online.  We look forward to seeing you there.


 

 
■  International Renewable Energy Agency, “Eliminating Energy-Related Carbon Emissions Possible, New IRENA Study Finds
 
■   Biofuels Association of Australia, “BAA Rejects Productivity Commission Claims
 
■  South China Morning Post, “Woks Away: China’s Plan to Make Jet Fuel from Restaurant Leftovers
 
■  Cornell Chronicle, “Microalgae Could Play Key Role in Relieving Climate Warming” 

 

 
■  Biotechnology Innovation Organization, “BIO Submits Comments on EPA Renewables Enhancement and Growth Support Rule
 
■  EPA, “Draft Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2015
 
■  International Energy Agency, “New Bioenergy Roadmap Guide Released Jointly by IEA and FAO

 

 

 

 
Reuters, “Genscape Says It Will Fight EPA Move to Boot It from Biofuels Program
 

 
University of Bath, “Scientists Make Plastic from Christmas Trees
 

 
Washington Examiner, “Energy, Farm Policy Collide in the New Congress
 

 
Growth Energy, Poll: Trump Voters Overwhelmingly Support Ethanol
 
PETROSS, “Dual-Purpose Biofuel Crops Could Extend Production, Increase Profits

 

 

 
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