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8th International DME Conference (DME 8)
10 - 12 September 2018
The DME industry's flagship event provides a comprehensive look at developments worldwide connected with DME's production, commercialization and use, with a special emphasis on the opportunities that ultra-low emission (zero sulfur oxides/SOx and zero particulates) DME can provide to address increasing demands for sustainable, low-carbon, low-emission transportation.
The DME 8 conference program will include commercial and technical sessions, a DME Fundamentals Short Course, equipment display, and top-level networking opportunities with those stakeholders most knowledgable about DME fuel production, infrastructure, handling, applications and use, and the opportunities opening up across the value chain as plans are made for large scale commercialization.
Gas flare monetization site visit | DJ Basin, Colorado
Flare Gas Monetization & Syngas Conversion Forum
27 - 29 September 2018
Organized for the fourth year in a row with support from the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR), EFI's international forum includes extensive coverage of developments related to downstream
methanol technologies and the potential for DME production, project
development, and the dynamics associated with the resurgence of methanol
production in North America.
36th Annual World Methanol Conference
5 - 6 October 2018
IHS Markit's annual conference and workshop program includes an exploration of DME opportunities in the midst of increasing calls for action on vehicle emissions and air quality, and an emphasis on sustainable mobility.
The program includes a technical workshop on small-scale and renewable methanol production.
Recent Events and Speaking Engagements
|CIS Gas Monetisation Conference|
Four Seasons Hotel
a year that is expected to see the inauguration of the first two DME
production plants in the CIS region, DME was on the program for
the first time at the annual conference exploring gas conversion,
utilisation and monetisation options, with an emphasis on the regional
specifics of the CIS.
The region is anticipated to
be home to some of the world's largest gas and petrochemical projects in
the coming years, and high-value gas monetisation options and the
sustainable development of fuel and chemical infrastructure are hot topics.
Global Powertrain R&A Engineering Director Andreas Schamel
briefs Workshop guests at Ford's Research & Innovation Center
DME Sustainable Mobility Workshop
Ford Research and Innovation Center
growing calls for government and industry action to tackle poor air
quality and GHG emissions, cities and countries around the world are
increasingly proposing restrictions or bans on diesel and compression
ignition engines, encouraging a switch to electric vehicles, and
emphasizing sustainability as a fundamental requirement for future
one-day invitation only workshop at Ford Motor Company's European Research and
Innovation Center brought together representatives from across the
automotive and fuel industries to speak directly with those stakeholders
most involved in mobility-related DME projects worldwide, to share perspectives,
and to discuss the opportunities and business case that DME
presents for sustainable, ultra-low emission transportation.
Content available online to IDA members
4th International Engine Congress
The 4th edition of this event and the accompanying trade exhibition included parallel sessions on commercial and passenger vehicle engine technology and new and alternative fuels, with presentations by IDA members Volvo Group Trucks Technology (Patrick Klintbom) and Ford (Werner Willems).
7th International DME Conference (DME 7)
Hilton Houston Post Oak
The DME industry's flagship event provided an in-depth look at developments worldwide connected with DME's production, commercialization and use, with a special emphasis on DME's introduction as an automotive fuel.
The DME 7 conference program included commercial and technical sessions, a DME Fundamentals Tutorial, DME fueling display, and top-level networking opportunities with those stakeholders most knowledgable about DME fuel production, infrastructure, handling, applications and use, and the opportunities opening up across the value chain as plans are made for large scale commercialization.
Content available online to IDA members
Bloomberg Future of Energy Summit
Grand Hyatt New York
Bloomberg New Energy Finance's Summit is an invitation-only gathering of 1,000 senior executives, investors, and policy makers from a diverse range of sectors who are driving the transition to cleaner energy. Among the more than 100 speakers and panel members on the program at the sold-out 2015 event were UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, former US Vice President Al Gore, UN Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change Michael Bloomberg, and Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Greg Rickford.
DME was a topic featured on the program agenda, with both Rebecca Boudreaux of Oberon Fuels and Frank Bio of Volvo participating on a panel at the event.
Moderator Dan Reicher with panel members Stefan Heck,
David Danielson, Theo Fleisch and Denny Slagle
Vail Global Energy Forum
Vilar Performing Arts Center
Beaver Creek, Colorado
The Vail Global Energy Forum included presentations on DME by IDA members including Dennis Slagle, Volvo Group Executive Vice President Trucks Sales & Marketing Americas, IDA Chairman Emeritus Theo Fleisch, and Oberon Fuels President Rebecca Boudreaux.
Organized by Stanford's Precourt Institute for Energy in conjuction with the Vail Valley Foundation, the Forum brings influential leaders from government, academia and industry together to discuss important developments, technology, policy, and enabling factors related to increasingly green, secure and affordable ways to meet global energy needs.
Speakers at the event included:
- Arun Majumdar, Google's VP Energy & founding director of ARPA-E
- John Hickenlooper, Governor of Colorado
- George Schultz, former US Secretary of State
- Dennis Beal, Vice President Global Vehicles, FedEx Express
- Jeffrey Bingaman, former chairman, US Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee
- Jim Brown, President, Western Hemisphere, Halliburton