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[ February 5 – 7, 2013 ]Las Vegas, Nevada
Conference: 18th Annual National Ethanol Conference: Driving Forward
18th Annual National Ethanol Conference: Driving Forward
February 5-7, 2013
Las Vegas, Nevada
Don’t miss the opportunity to network with industry leaders and peers at the 18th Annual National Ethanol Conference (NEC): Driving Forward, February 5-7, 2013 at the Wynn Las Vegas. Widely recognized as a “must-attend” event, the NEC provides attendees with timely information on critical regulatory, marketing and policy issues facing the ethanol industry. Experts will speak to the current market situation, and address how we as an industry can continue to grow through innovation, new technologies and feedstocks, and by developing more diverse and global markets. Driving forward, the ethanol industry will continue to lead our nation to a stronger, more energy independent America.
Who should attend:
- Ethanol producers and marketers
- Future producers
- Risk Management
- Gasoline marketers
- Transportation Industry
- Policymakers and government
- Ethanol Industry Suppliers
- Energy and Environment Officials
- Agricultural Leaders
Registration for the NEC is accepted online ONLY. Registration includes admission to all scheduled sessions, meals and receptions, the onsite Conference Program Guide, list of attendees, access to the online networking connection tool, conference proceedings, and RFA’s Annual Industry Outlook. Payment must be made in full at time of onsite check-in. Government employees or others unable to register online with a credit card may request a faxable registration form be sent to them.
For more details and to register go to www.nationalethanolconference.com
Please direct all questions about registration to Executive Events, our registration manager, at 866-497-1232 or 303-586-4751.
Now in its fourth year, the NEC Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Renewable Fuels Foundation and the RFA, seeks to attract students of higher learning who wish to pursue a career related to ethanol. By offering scholarships that waive the conference registration fee, this program provides eligible students with opportunities to hear from and meet with top industry leaders, policy makers and academic and technical experts. The aim of this program is to reach aspiring ethanol advocates and open new doors and present new perspectives on biofuels’ place in our world today and beyond.
A total of six (6) scholarships will be provided to students in higher education to attend the 2013 NEC. Scholarships will cover the cost of the conference registration fee—a $775 value—making the conference free to the winners. Recipients will be responsible for all other costs associated with travel to and from the conference, including airfare, ground transportation, hotel and meals. Additional financial assistance to offset travel expenses may be available at the discretion of the RFF/RFA. Winners will be notified by e-mail with further information on how to claim their scholarship shortly after the deadline.
To download the application click Download Application
Deadline: November 23, 2012
For questions contact: Mary Giglio