The two-day Bioenergy STRONG showcase begins today at the State Library of Queensland, promoting “Queensland’s bio credentials and push for more bio projects” during the state’s inaugural Bio Innovation Week.
According to the Queensland government – which is supporting the event for investors, researchers and bioenergy producers – the emerging bioenergy industry offers “investment opportunities of between $3.5 billion and $5 billion.”
“Australia’s first biojet and 100 per cent renewable diesel fuel trials are both being delivered here in Queensland,” said industry minister Tim Dick in a statement.
“Bioenergy STRONG 2019 is a unique and valuable platform to sell Queensland’s bio credentials and push for more bio projects that will grow our economy and create new high-value, knowledge-intensive jobs across our state.”
A program for the two-day conference and third day site visits to Pearl Global Limited, Trisco Foods and QUU Luggage Point Resource Recovery Centre, can be viewed here
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