, , April 11-12, 2019

CBI Brazil & LATAM 2019 Conference & Exhibition

COUNTDOWN TO THE EVENT

 

WELCOME TO CBI BRAZIL & LATAM 2019

 
 
 
 
 

CBI Brazil & Latin America 2019 is the leading event dedicated to senior level executives and decision makers in the Latin American cement industry. The leading techno-commercial conference & exhibition will focus on content for non-only the Brazilian cement and lime sectors, but also the broader Latin American industry.

WHY
ATTEND?

  • Market perspective, forecast and competitive outlook
  • Alternative fuels, new business models
  • Environmental performance management
  • Finance and capital markets
  • Efficiency, innovation, new developments
  • Technology, operations and best practices

WHO SHOULD
ATTEND?

  • cement producers
  • equipment vendors
  • strategy and M&A
  • financial & equity analysts
  • sales and marketing specialists
  • traders
  • technical and operations specialists
  • engineering, environmental, logistics professionals
  • maintenance, production & operations spcialists

PROGRAM

 
 
 
 
 

DAY 1 PROGRAM

Thursday, April 11

Opening and Welcome

9:00AM - 9:15AM

Session 1

  • World outlook – production, consumption, market strategy for future expansions – is LatAm delivering results at the expected rate?
  • New Brazilian Standards for cement
  • CO2 taxation
  • Policy and frameworks for using Alternative fuels in cement production
  • 9:15AM - 11:00AM

Coffee Break

11:00AM - 11:30AM

Session 2

  • Unlocking financing for mainstreaming AFRs in Brazil & LatAm
  • Optimizing production processes to save cost and enhance productivity
  • Waste heat recovery solutions
  • Reducing water usage in the cement industry
  • 0:00AM - 0:00AM

Lunch

13:00PM - 14:00PM

Session 3 Alternative Fuels

  • Outlook for world use of alternative fuels- successful examples and case studies
  • New grinding technology and grinding aids for cement plants, including those for AF
  • Municipal Solid Waste to Refused Derived Fuel
  • Shredding of alternative fuels
  • 14:00PM - 16:00PM

Session 3B WASTE TO ENERGY & CO-INCINERATION

  • Waste transportation - International best practices
  • Non-ferrous slags (copper, nickel) vs other slags
  • Waste conversion market update
  • Innovative Partnership Models to Promote alternative fuels
  • Separation technologies
  • 14:00PM - 16:00PM

Coffee Break

16:00PM - 16:30PM

Session 4A Alternative Fuels

  • Energy Savings and Carbon Mitigation through Enhanced use of AF
  • Emerging technologies - Using low-grade alternative fuels in precalciners
  • Alternative fuels and raw materials in cement kilns: Cement quality and concrete performance
  • Win-win' possibilities of cutting GHG emissions and disposing of wastes by using AFR
0:00AM - 0:00AM

Session 4 Alternative Raw Materials

  • Enrichment and leaching behavior of trace elements from oxycoal combustion fly ashes
  • Fly Ash versus Bottom Ash
  • Role of natural pozzolana in substituting clinker in construction
  • Separation technologies
  • 16:30PM - 18:00PM

Cocktail & Networking

0:00AM - 0:00AM

DAY 2 PROGRAM

Friday, April 12

Welcome & Recap

9:00AM - 9:15AM

INDUSTRY SESSIONS: ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES: FUELS AND RAW MATERIALS

  • A: CEMENT: USAGE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • New developments on Alternative Fuels
  • Equipment/systems for increasing AF utilization
  • AF Usage implications for pyro equipment needs
  • Supply chain and pre-processing
  • B: WASTE TO ENERGY & CO-INCINERATION
  • Waste Transportation – International Best Practices
  • Waste conversion market update
  • Innovative Partnership Models to Promote alternative fuels
  • 9:15AM - 11:00AM

Coffee Break

11:00AM - 11:00AM

Panel Discussion

  • Does using waste as alternative fuels and raw materials have any effect on cement quality?
  • Does using alternative fuels and raw materials have any effect on concrete properties? Is the durability of concrete affected?
  • 11:30AM - 13:00PM

Closing

13:00PM - 13:30PM
 

REGISTRATION

Please e-mail [email protected] for more information. Click here to download the Registration Form.

Important visa and travel information: Obtaining a necessary visa is the responsibility of the delegate, check with your local embassy and if you are required to obtain a visa, please allow enough time for your application to be processed before you travel. Please also note that travel expenses and hotel accommodation are not included in the registration fee

For those delegates traveling from abroad requesting a Letter of Invitation please send your request to [email protected].

 

 

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