Technology, regulations and an evolving consumer demographic is changing the way the world thinks and reacts to transportation. As we begin to move toward what many are calling a mobility future, characterized by features such as advanced vehicle powertrains, self-driving vehicles and shared transportation services, it is clear that the market eventually will look very different.
As this evolution progresses, these new features will impact legacy systems. The changing transportation landscape will affect your business. What are you doing now to ensure your company stays relevant?
This May, stakeholders from across the fuels and vehicles industries will gather in Chicago for the FUELS2018 Annual Meeting. This is the market's premier event for collaboration, broad perspective and an open exchange of ideas without a pre-determined outcome. Attendees will return to work with a broader understanding of the diverse factors that influence their markets - as well as new industry perspectives on market disruptors.
Tuesday, May 22
The World of Transportation Energy
Diesel Fuel Quality and the Heavy Duty Sector
Fuel Infrastructure/Biofuels Compatibility
Octane and Internal Combustion Engine Advancements
Wednesday, May 23
Global, Federal and State Regulations
Fueling a Clean Transportation Future
Electric Vehicles and the Infrastructure to Support Them
The Future of Fuel Retailing
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Thursday, May 24
Evolution of Mobility Solutions
|Board of Advisors Meeting|
|Board of Advisors Lunch|
|Board of Directors Meeting|
|2:00 PM||Meeting Adjourned|
Bona Design Lab, Inc.
New Business Development Manager
Source North America Corporation
Research ManagerStratas Advisors
Future Fuel Strategies
EVP & General Counsel
Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI)
Fuel Center Director
Senior Scientist & Fuels Lead, Clean Vehicles Program
Union of Concerned Scientist
Global Team Leader for Strategic Transport Analysis
Sage Risk Solutions LLC
Ann M. Schlenker
Director, Center for Transportation Research
Argonne National Laboratory
Dr. Philip Sheehy
Manager of Partnerships & Business Development
Electrify America, LLC
Becky Steckler, AICP
Urbanism Next Program Manager
University of Oregon
VP of Industry Relations
Renewable Fuels Association
Battery Innovation Center
Registration for the FUELS2018 is now OPEN.
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Early Bird Rate (expires 3/30/18): $749
Regular Rate: $999
Early Bird Rate (expires 3/30/18): $1,149
Regular Rate: $1,399
|Government/National Lab Staff||Flat rate: $349|
Hyatt Centric Chicago Magnificent Mile
633 North Saint Clair Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Hotel accommodations are the responsibility of each attendee. Registering for FUELS2018 does not include your hotel accommodations.
Attendees can reserve their rooms separate from registering for FUELS2018, HERE.
Airport: O’Hare Int’l Airport is approximately 18 miles (26 minutes) from the Hyatt. Chicago Midway Airport is approximately 13 miles (23 minutes) from the Hyatt.
Parking: If you plan to drive, They Hyatt Centric Chicago Magnificent Mile offers a variety of hourly, overnight and event parking rates that you can review, HERE.
Your support allows us to create the premier transportation event of the year. Sponsorship of FUELS2018 shows stakeholders from across the transportation sector your continued dedication to identifying the opportunities and challenges associated with future technologies and changing consumers. Sponsorship opportunities can be found here (PDF).
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