APPENDIX C Committee Meetings and Other Activities

1. Committee Meeting, December 17-18, 1998, Washington, D.C.

Program Overview

John Ferrell, Director, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fuels Development

Ethanol Production Technology R&D

David Glassner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Biodiesel Overview

K. Shaine Tyson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Feedstock Development

Janet Cushman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Fuel Cycle Analysis and Greenhouse Gas Benefits

Michael Q. Wang, Argonne National Laboratory

Ethanol Market Issues, Analytical Approach and Results

Barry McNutt, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Policy and International Affairs

Roger LeGassie, TMS, Inc.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Biofuels Activities

Jim Craig, U.S. Department of Agriculture

2. Second Committee Meeting, February 11-13, 1999, Irvine, California

Opportunities and Technological Challenges of Bioethanol

Charles Wyman, BCI, Inc., and Dartmouth University

Cellulase Technologies

James Hettenhaus, Chief Executive Assistance, Inc.

Outlook for Bioethanol Development

Rus Miller, Arkenol, Inc.

California Perspective

Dean Simeroth, California Air Resources Board

Biomass Chemicals and Co-Production

William Hitz, Dupont Company

Feedstock Development Projects

Gerald Tuskan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Impact of Genetics/Genomics for Biomass Energy Crops

Toby Bradshaw, Washington State University

3. Third Committee Meeting, April 8-10, 1999, Washington, D.C.

Ethanol Development

Patrick Foody, Sr., and Brian Foody, Iogen Corporation



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Review of the Research Strategy for Biomass-Derived Transportation Fuels APPENDIX C Committee Meetings and Other Activities 1. Committee Meeting, December 17-18, 1998, Washington, D.C. Program Overview John Ferrell, Director, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fuels Development Ethanol Production Technology R&D David Glassner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Biodiesel Overview K. Shaine Tyson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Feedstock Development Janet Cushman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Fuel Cycle Analysis and Greenhouse Gas Benefits Michael Q. Wang, Argonne National Laboratory Ethanol Market Issues, Analytical Approach and Results Barry McNutt, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Policy and International Affairs Roger LeGassie, TMS, Inc. U.S. Department of Agriculture Biofuels Activities Jim Craig, U.S. Department of Agriculture 2. Second Committee Meeting, February 11-13, 1999, Irvine, California Opportunities and Technological Challenges of Bioethanol Charles Wyman, BCI, Inc., and Dartmouth University Cellulase Technologies James Hettenhaus, Chief Executive Assistance, Inc. Outlook for Bioethanol Development Rus Miller, Arkenol, Inc. California Perspective Dean Simeroth, California Air Resources Board Biomass Chemicals and Co-Production William Hitz, Dupont Company Feedstock Development Projects Gerald Tuskan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Impact of Genetics/Genomics for Biomass Energy Crops Toby Bradshaw, Washington State University 3. Third Committee Meeting, April 8-10, 1999, Washington, D.C. Ethanol Development Patrick Foody, Sr., and Brian Foody, Iogen Corporation