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Bioenergy from Field to Refinery - Feedstock Logistics

Successful expansion of the bioeconomy is limited by the availability of affordable, sustainable, high-performance feedstock. Delivery of this valuable resource starts with production on the farm, where valuable innovations have maximized yield, improved harvest efficiencies, and enhanced biomass quality metrics. Still, the value points along the feedstock supply chain determine the market feasibility of the bioeconomy. This event convenes biofuel feedstock logistics, production, and economic experts from across the nation to talk about the supply chain logistics and a vision for the future.


Bill Goldner, USDA NIFA - Biofuel Logistics Overview, Challenges and Opportunities

Sam Jackson, Genera - Logistical Efficiency with Dedicated Energy Crops

Kevin Comer, Antares Group, Inc. - Innovations for Industrial Scale Feedstock Supply Systems

Tim Rials, University of Tennessee -The IBSS Partnership

Mark Elless, Department of Energy - Description of the Distributed Model

John Pieper, DuPont - Meeting the Realities of Corn Stover Supply Chain Operation

Keri Jacobs, Iowa State - Insights for Improved Participation in the Delivery of Corn Stover to Cell

Jay Gunderson, Gunderson Farms - Farm-level Economics and Profit Opportunities

Francis Epplin, Oklahoma State University - Options for Effective Policy

Last updated: June 13, 2017