6th Methanol Technology and Policy Commercial Congress


Date: December 3 – 4, 2019
Frankfurt Marriott Hotel, Hamburger Allee 2, 60486 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Online Registration –
 Click on link to register

Registration Form to print & email – Click here to download

Special registration rates for Members of public-law institutions:

– Academic staff members   –           500 Euro
– Students                               –           300 Euro (please provide copy of your student ID during registration for verification)
(please contact MMSA for codes to register under Academic and Student rates at hema@methanolmsa.com)

Hotel Booking at Frankfurt Marriott Hotel can be done directly with reservations via +49 8002 185 44 22 or online for best available rate.

Final Conference Agenda – Click here to download

List of Registered Attendees – Click here to download

 Payable in advance in EURO
All rates listed below are per person

Regular Delegate Rate: 
€ 1,025
Between December 3 – 4, 2019, MMSA will again assemble delegates for its 6th Methanol Technology and Policy Commercial Congress (MTPCC) in Frankfurt, Germany. This conference offers a chance to hear from and talk to experts in methanol process technology, particularly in the areas of methanol’s environmental and energy applications, including fuel applications for shipping and other transportation fuels, use in CO2 capture and conversion processes (i.e. “Methanol Economy” development), and electrical storage, among others. The overall goal of this conference is to enable centralized and critical discussion about the opportunities and threats to methanol’s place in future energy application and policy, identifying commercially viable applications. Preliminary agenda, venue, and other details are or will be made available in the links below. Sponsorship opportunities are also available please contact us directly.

Final Agenda Set
(subject to minor title changes):
  • Global Methanol – State of the Industry
    Mark Berggren – Managing Director, MMSA
  • Methanol as Synfuel
    Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl – Fritz Haber Institute, Max Planck Society
  • The way to an OME Specification – where do we stand
    Dr. Thomas Wilharm – ASG Analytik-Service GmbH, Neusäss, Dr. Eberhard Jacob – Emissionskonzepte Motoren
  • Smart Solutions for Climate Protection – Renewable Methanol
    Dr. Alexander Schulz – Thyssenkrupp, Dortmund
  • Methanol Europe Outlook
    Wolfgang Seuser – VP European Multiclient Services, MMSA
  • CO2-emission-free Methanol
    Dr. Maximilian Vicari – BASF AG, Ludwigshafen
  • Methanol as “Power fuel”
    Saravanan Shanmugam – German Energy Agency – DENA – Berlin
  • Value Chain of CO2 Based Methanol
    Dr. Lenárd-Istvan Csepei – IGB Fraunhofer Straubing, Germany
  • Swiss Methanol for Energy Applications
    Prof. Dr. Urs Weidmann – Silent-Power AG, Cham, Switzerland
  • OME in a diesel passenger car: Use-case for CO2 neutral mobility
    Dr. Bernd Lenzen, Alexander Mokros – TU – Darmstadt VKM
  • Dealing with the Global Energy and Climate Challenges – Methanol – Economy as a key
    Prof. Dr. Franz-Josef Radermacher – Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing – Ulm
  • Smart, Integrated CO2 capture, Enabling Efficient Methanol Production in a Carbon-Constrained Future
    Ulrich Koss – GasConTec GmbH, Bad Homburg
  • Methanol Asian Outlook
    Simon Maddren – Director Proprietary Studies, MMSA

For further details on this conference, please contact us at services@methanolmsa.com or +65 6465 2720 (office).

Conference Sponsors