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Jatropha World 2009 Advance Access: Surprisingly Candid Interview Series Examines Biofuel Predictions Compared to Fossil Fuels
Date:12/17/2008

In line with Jatropha World Asia 2009, scheduled 16-17 February in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, an exciting series of interviews with top Jatropha decision makers have been scheduled. Kicking off the series, a question and answer session was held with Pradip Bhar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of D1-Williamson Magor Biofuel Limited. Offered by free download, this informative interview lends startling insights into the direction of Jatropha as a biofuel in 2009.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) December 17, 2008 -- Offering a glimpse into the critical topics and lively discussions anticipated at the upcoming Jatropha World Asia 2009 conference, a series of informative interviews with world-renowned Jatropha industry experts have been scheduled. Available by free download, the first in the series of exciting and informative interviews was held with Pradip Bhar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of D1-Williamson Magor Biofuel Limited.

Particularly poised to offer a planters perspective on the direction of Jatropha as a sustainable biofuel in 2009, Mr. Bhar will be one among numerous Jatropha World Asia 2009 keynote speakers to discuss their innovative approaches and cutting-edge enterprise applications to Jatropha project developers and investors.

Mr. Bhar's affiliation with D1-Williamson Magor has not only given him a vested interest in the growth of the Jatropha sector, but has also placed him in a unique position to explore the future direction of the biofuel industry from a planter's perspective.    

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