January 21, 2014
Washington, D.C., USA
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The 2014 High Octane Fuels Symposium will feature discussions among industry leaders focusing on two key aspects of high-octane fuels that were identified during the 2013 symposium.
The first session will explore whether high-octane fuels can be produced with the goal of enabling improvements in vehicle efficiency while retaining a full life-cycle benefit in terms of energy use and CO2 production. Can high-octane fuels enable overall energy use and greenhouse gas reductions in the future, or is a better overall outcome achieved through making the best of today’s fuels?
A second session will examine the retail and infrastructure requirements to support a future high-octane fuel. How much of the infrastructure is compatible with such a fuel, and how can retailers and consumers be attracted to support such a fuel?