Biogas USA East 2011

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21 – 22 June 2011

Chicago, United States

Creating a Growing East Coast Market

Join us in Chicago this June as we leverage the huge potential of landfill gas in the East coast and growing farm/co-digestion AD projects in the neighboring states. This key event will bring together leaders of the US biogas industry to examine how to develop commercially successful biogas projects and address the latest technological advances in production. For more information visit our website at

Biogas USA EAST 2011 event features presentations from leading experts including:

Keynote policies & finance addresses from:
Rachel Goldstein, Team Leader, Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP), US EPA
Chandler Goule, Vice President of Government Affairs & Head Lobbyist, NFU
Chris Cassidy, National Business Renewable Energy Advisor, USDA Rural Development
Jon Best, Senior International Account Manager, Renewable Energy, Cat Power Finance

Utilities’ strategies for biogas:
Anthony LaRusso
, Manager, Sustainable Gas Group, National Grid
Ronald Kent, Technology Development Manager – Major Demonstrations, Sempra Utilities
Andrew McVie, Business Development Manager, Terasen Gas

Plus insight analysis & case studies from feedstock producers and biogas developers:
Douglas Carruthers, Senior Vice President, Organic Resource Management
Dale L. Doerr, Wastewater Superintendent, Sheboygan Regional WWTP
Michael Bakas, Senior Vice President, Renewable Energy, Ameresco
Kelly Sarber, Chief Executive Officer, Strategic Management, Representing Port of San Diego
Dean Olson, Resource Recovery & Energy Division Director, Will County Land Use Department
Mark Stoermann, Project Manager, Fair Oaks Dairy Farms
John W. Logan, Director, Brinson Farms

Why attend?

· Discover the full market potential for large scale biogas production

· Identify the challenges and opportunities in developing profitable biogas projects

· Understand the latest legislation and policy developments for biogas development

· Hear the latest developments in agricultural, landfill and waste biogas

· Find out how companies are upgrading biogas for grid connection and transportation

· Hear about cutting edge technologies in anaerobic digestion and plant optimization

· First class networking opportunities: 800+ past attendees

· Meet potential investors, clients, partners and suppliers

· Have your questions answered by the experts during interactive sessions

Register online today at

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