October 16-18, 2023 – Global Ethanol Summit

Registration is now open Global Ethanol Summit (GES), scheduled for Oct. 16-18, 2023, in Reston, Virginia, in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. More about the Summit and registration is available online here.

Organized by the U.S. Grains Council (USGC), the event will include international participants from more than 40 countries and increase global momentum for decarbonization through expanded ethanol use.

The event itself will include several special sessions highlighting:

  • Ethanol supply and demand
  • Global policy drivers
  • Expanded uses for ethanol aside from transportation fuel
  • Status of global feedstocks used for ethanol production
  • Biofuels outlooks from multilaterals and non-governmental organizations
  • Worldwide E10 implementation efforts
  • Sustainable aviation fuel updates
  • Ethanol life cycle analysis and carbon capture and storage technologies
  • Chemical use enhancements
  • Fleet and automobile trends
  • Ethanol blending economics
  • Ethanol infrastructure compatibility
  • Retailer integration and success stories
  • And more.

The Global Ethanol Summit will facilitate collaborations between high-level government officials and industry leaders emphasizing ethanol-use benefits and policy development processes while fostering collaboration.

Global Ethanol Summit’s Early Bird rates will last until Sunday, August 27. Register now!

This meeting is open to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status. Persons who require reasonable accommodation or alternative means of communication (Braille, large-print, sign-language) or language interpretation should contact the Industry Relations Department at (202) 215-8427 no later than one week prior to the meeting.

As a USDA programs participant, the U.S. Grains Council is committed to complying with non-discrimination policies from federal, state, and local civil rights laws and those of the USDA. Visit the USDA website page (https//www.usda.gov/non-discrimination-statement) for details.