Paul Nazzaro To Present at National Biodiesel Conference

Next week, Paul Nazzaro, President of Advanced Fuel Solutions and Petroleum Liaison to the National Biodiesel Board (NBB), will present at a session on Petroleum Supply Chain Management at the National Biodiesel Conference and Expo in Tampa, FL.
The session, “Navigating and Understanding America’s Petroleum Supply Chain,” will focus on the fundamentals of supply chain management, from how companies choose and manage suppliers to how companies prepare for expansion of new innovative fuels like biodiesel.
Nazzaro looks forward to presenting to and meeting with biodiesel leaders from across the nation. “I’m excited to be sharing my knowledge on the petroleum supply chain this year at the conference. As this is my 7th year attending, I look forward to seeing familiar faces as well as meeting new people who are just as interested in this industry as I am.”
The National Biodiesel Conference takes place every year, and is the biggest event of the year for the biodiesel industry. Hosted by NBB, the conference brings in more than a thousand guests from industry leaders to students looking to learn more about green energy.
This year the conference keynote speaker is former United States congressman, Bob Inglis. Inglis will be speaking on the year ahead, in light of the newly revised RFS and the renewal of the biodiesel tax credit; as well as discussing his ideas promoting conservative and free enterprise solutions to energy and climate challenges.
Based in Jefferson City, MO., the National Biodiesel Board is dedicated to supporting the commercial biodiesel industry. Its membership is comprised of biodiesel producers, state, national, and international feedstock and processor organizations; fuel marketers and distributors; and technology providers.
Biodiesel is made from a variety of resources including soybean oil, recycled cooking oil, and animal fats. It is the first EPA-designated Advanced Biofuel to reach commercial-scale production nationwide.

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