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May 10th, 2017

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18 Professionals

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English, Portuguese, Spanish

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Welcome Letter

XI ISO DATAGRO New York Sugar & Ethanol Conference

Aiming to discuss the main issues of the global Sugar and Ethanol industries and to bring together representatives of the international community of producers, traders, brokers, investors, and from the financial market in general, the International Sugar Organization (ISO) and DATAGRO will hold, on May 10th, 2017 the 11th edition of the ISO DATAGRO New York Sugar & Ethanol Conference. Recognised as the official technical event of the New York Sugar Dinner, since its first edition, the Conference has become an established tradition in the global sugar and ethanol calendar.

Last year more than 400 leaders from 22 countries gathered, for an intense day of lectures and debates with the most renowned specialists in the sugar and ethanol markets in the world. With simultaneous interpretation in English, Portuguese and Spanish, the Conference takes place at the elegant Hilton Midtown in New York.

Location:

1335, 6th  Ave, NY 10019, USA - The event will takes place at the Trianon Room - 3rd floor - The New York Hilton Midtown.

Previous Atendees

See 2016 Edition

Programme

REGISTRATION

STATUS REPORT

WORLD SUGAR TRADE FLOWS

INDIA – HOW FAST A RECOVERY? / ASIAN MARKET PERSPECTIVE

COFFEE BREAK

BRAZIL – NEW FACTORS RELATED TO THE LARGEST FUNDAMENT

THE CONTROVERSY OF SUGAR & OBESITY

LUNCHEON

EUROPE – NEW REALITY AFTER END OF PRODUCTION QUOTAS

DIVERSIFICATION UPDATE: E2G & COGEN

BIOTECHNOLOGY ON BEET AND CANE

CONCLUDING REMARKS

Christiano Forman Country Manager, Albioma, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Christiano Forman is Albioma’s Country Manager for Brazil, based in São Paulo. He is responsible for the company’s operations in the country, including business development, asset management and back office. Prior to Albioma, Christiano led the Brazilian operations of Acciona Windpower, a wind turbine manufacturer, from 2012 to 2015. There he oversaw the launch of its wind business in the country, where it set up three factories and built an order book which was the largest for the company globally. Prior to Acciona, Christiano worked for GE, where he served as a project development manager in both the U.S. and Italy. In his role at GE, Christiano worked in development, finance and other aspects of GE's renewable energy business and participated in GE's Renewable Energy Leadership Program. Prior to GE, Christiano worked for Intelig Telecom and Royal Dutch Shell in a variety of marketing and finance roles. He graduated from PUC-Rio with a degree in Economics and has an MBA from IESE Business School.

Emmanuel Jayet Head of Research, Sucden, Paris, France.

Emmanuel Jayet has been Head of Research at Sucden since 2011. He was previously responsible for Agricultural Commodities Research at SocGen, based in London. He also spent seven years at BNP Paribas in the Energy & Commodity business where his sectorial expertise helped bringing financing deals to fruition. Prior to that, he also had experience in strategic consulting in agriculture. Emmanuel graduated from AgroParisTech, France's top engineering school for life and agro-food sciences, specializing in agriculture economics and holds a post-graduate degree in finance and banking from Paris-Dauphine University.

Gareth Forber Head of Sugar Research, LMC International Ltd, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Mr. Forber is editor of LMC’s monthly publications and oversees LMC’s sugar production service, which compares the cost of producing sugar in all the major industries around the world. He has also conducted a number of in-depth studies analyzing issues such as the outlook for the world sugar market to 2025 and the future landscape of the EU sugar market after quotas are abolished in 2017/18.

Guilherme Nastari Director, DATAGRO, Sao Paulo, Brazil

- Director, DATAGRO, since 2006. - Board Member, Global Agribusiness Forum, since 2013. - Director of the Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Exporters Association (AEXA), since 2009. - Director of the Brazilian Rural Society (SRB), since 2014. Since 2005, he has been engaged in several agribusiness and Sugar and Ethanol Market Advisory Projects at DATAGRO. Main customers were sugar, alcohol, biodiesel, biogas, corn, soybean producers, trading companies, banks, fuel distributors, input suppliers, governments and NGOs. Guilherme Nastari is regular columnist in various technical publications and speaker in conferences in Brazil, USA, UK, India, LATAM, Asia, Africa and other countries (over 25 countries). - M.Sc. in Agroenergy – Fundação Getúlio Vargas – São Paulo – Brazil - Bachelor in Economics – IBMEC São Paulo – São Paulo - Brazil Before joining DATAGRO, Guilherme had Trading desk assignments at Cargill in Geneva and Hong Kong and research assignment at the ISO in London. - Trainee experience at Cargill Sugar - Geneva, Switzerland – 2004 - Trainee experience at Cargill Sugar - Hong Kong, China – 2006 - Trainee experience at International Sugar Organization (ISO) –London, UK–2006

Hans-Dieter Schroeder Export Manager, Pfeifer & Langen, Koln, Germany.

Is working in the sugar business for over 40 years and has a long term experience as producer, trader and exchange broker. Since 1999 he is responsible for the international trade with Pfeifer & Langen in Cologne, one of the main European producers."

Helder Gosling Commercial Director, São Martinho, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Helder Luiz Gosling. Graduated in Mechanical Production Engineering and Post-graduated in Business Administration by Universidade Paulista [Paulista University] (UNIP) and with Executive MBA by the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro [Federal University of Rio de Janeiro] (COPPEAD / UFRJ - 2002). More than 16 years of experience in the entire logistic chain in petrochemical, commodities and food (sugar, alcohol and coffee) industries, import, export and distribution in the domestic market. With solid experience in logistics acquired from his work experience in companies such as: Copersucar, Solvay, Ipiranga and ED&F Man. Currently occupies the post of Commercial and Logistics Director of São Martinho Group and Director of DEINFRA (FIESP Department of Infrastructure).

Ivan Melo Commercial Director, Raizen, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Ivan graduated in Business Administration in Rio de Janeiro. During his career, he worked on foreign trade. He started his career in 1988 at Sab Trading and also worked at Coimex, ETH (Odebrecht Agroindustrial), Abengoa and currently is commercial director for sugar at Raizen – joint venture between Shell and Cosan. At Raízen he accounts for sugar trade in international market and domestic Market, with focus on industrial market.

Jeff Dobrydney Vice President, Jenkins Sugar Group, Norwalk, USA.

Jeff has been with JSG Commodities since January 2005, when he started as an Assistant Trader. A graduate from Fordham University and Fairfield Prep, 8 years worth of Jesuit education, Jeff has solidified his role within the Sugar trading community covering both the US Domestic and World market futures markets. He is now the Vice President of JSG and manages the futures desk that executes trades for Sugar, Cocoa & Grains for a wide array of clientele. He is a featured speaker at JSG’s annual Global Commodities symposium analyzing the world sugar market. Jeff also serves as a Vice President of the Sugar Club of New York. A resident of Trumbull, Connecticut with his wife and two girls, Jeff is an avid baseball fan and particularly of the New York Yankees. Jeff is also an accomplished trumpet player having performed here in New York at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Jerry Hjelle President, Hjelle Advisors, LLC, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.

Dr. Jerry Hjelle is President of Hjelle Advisors LLC. He operates a network of experienced consultants to enable a global perspective on research, development and regulatory affairs. Hjelle Advisors LLC, is a Regulatory Science, Regulatory Affairs and Research and Development consulting network with services/strategies for start-up and early-phase companies. Areas of specialization include agriculture, food and drugs, with extensive experience in toxicology, biotechnology, global regulations,and freedom-to-operate strategies. Previously, Dr. Hjelle worked at Monsanto from 1986 to 2015 in various Director or Vice President positions in their Nutrition and Consumer Products and Agricultural Products Companies. In these roles, he was involved with many key products including aspartame, neotame, glyposhate, and several agricultural and veterinary drug biotechnology products. In the Agriculture Company (1997-2011) he led a group of over 550 people that were responsible for the global development of health and safety research on new agricultural chemical and biotechnology products, regulatory approvals, product safety defense, and management of numerous key scientific and regulatory freedom‐to‐operate issues. He has worked closely with scientists, regulators and policy makers globally within government, industry and academia to promote science-based approaches to development and regulations. Prior to joining Monsanto he was Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin‐Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and Environmental Toxicology Center. Dr. Hjelle received his PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Colorado and completed a Post-Doctoral training at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Toxicology and has published many scientific articles on toxicology and food and agriculture product safety assessment. He is a former President of the International Life Sciences Institute, a global scientific organization focused on promoting improvements in food safety, risk assessment methods, and global nutrition security through Agricultural sustainability. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of the ILSI Research Foundation.

José Orive Executive Director, International Sugar Organization- ISO,London, United Kingdom

José Orive Jose Orive was born July 31, 1958, in Guatemala, and is an attorney at Law. “Summa Cum Laude” in Common Law Studies/ International Law at Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. 1985, and “Cum Laude” in J.D., Francisco Marroquín University, Guatemala City 1983, has had multiple, such as: • Executive director of the Central American Sugar Association (AICA), entity which negotiates for the private sugar industry, with emphasis on coordination of joint actions on priority issues, clearinghouse for information relevant to the sector, publications. • Partner at Artlex law firm, in charge of large corporate clients, distribution contracts and environmental issues, arbitration. • Chairman at the ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE OF LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN (AACCLA), Washington, D.C. • Board Member of the PANAMERICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (PADF), Washington, D.C.

Luther Markwart Executive Vice President, American Sugarbeet Growers Association, USA.

• Raised on a family dairy farm in eastern Michigan and grew sugarbeets for 9 years as a 4-H project. His grandparents and parents raised sugarbeets since 1933. • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Michigan State University. • Executive Vice President of the Farmers and Manufacturers Beet Sugar Association in Saginaw, Michigan 1979-1982, representing all sugarbeet growers in Michigan and Ohio. • Executive Vice President of the American Sugarbeet Growers Association in Washington, DC since 1982, representing all sugarbeet growers in 11 states. • Advisor to the U.S. Congress, the Department of Agriculture, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, and other federal agencies that have direct or indirect impact on the domestic sugar industry. • Directly involved in the formulation and passage of the sugar provisions of the last seven farm bills (1981, 1985, 1990, 1996, 2002, 2008 and 2014). • Advisor to USDA and USTR for international trade negotiations, beginning with the International Sugar Agreement in Geneva in 1982; the North American Free Trade Agreement; the Uruguay Round of the GATT; the Doha Round of the WTO, and pending and ongoing regional and bilateral free trade agreements. Served six years on the USDA Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee (ATAC) for Sweeteners, then served on the Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee as an advisor to Secretaries Veneman and Johanns and Ambassador Zoellick. • Served as Chairman of the industry-wide American Sugar Alliance, 1989/90, 1994/95, 2000/01, 2004/05 and 2011/2012. • Served as President of the Commodity Club of Washington, D.C., 1996/97 • Served as President of the New York “Sugar Club,” 2005/2006. • Contributing editor for sugarbeet trade magazines; The Sugar Producer and The Sugarbeet Grower. • Serves as Co-Chairman of the Sugar Industry Biotechnology Council. • He lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife, Terri, and three children, Christian, Lauren and Megan.

Martin A. Mitchell Business Development Manager Americas - Biofuels & Derivatives Group Biotechnology, Clariant Corporation,Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Martin Mitchell is a Business Development Manager for the Biofuels & Derivatives Division at Clariant which is based in Munich, Germany. Martin leads the business development efforts to commercialize the sunliquid® process technology in North America , South America and Asia based out of Des Moines, Iowa - USA. Prior to Martin’s work at Clariant, he was an International Project Manager at the State of Iowa Department of Economic Development where he managed for seven years a portfolio of projects in the biotechnology, biofuels and biorenewable chemical sector. Martin holds an M.B.A. in International Business from Iowa State University and resides in Des Moines, Iowa with his family.

Martin Todd Managing Director,LMC International Ltd, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Michael McDougall Vice President, Newedge, New York, USA

Is a Senior Vice President at Newedge USA,LLC where he heads the Latin American Production Group. His desk concentrates primarily on Brazil and provides pricing and risk management services for a wide range of agricultural and financial products, but with an emphasis on sugar and ethanol. Michael lived in Brazil for 14 years where, in 1986, he began his career as a broker at Penfield brokerage, one of the pioneer futures brokerages in the country. He then moved on to Lasalle brokerage for two years before joining Fimat/Newedge: first in Brazil, now in New York. Currently, he is a regular lecturer in both the US and Brazil, where he presents market outlooks and risk seminars on sugar and ethanol. He is regularly quoted in Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal, writes an industry-leading daily newsletter entitled “The Global View” and appears occasionally on Bloomberg Television and Fox News. Michael graduated from Virginia Polytechnic and State University (Virginia Tech) with a BS in Economics. He is fluent in Portuguese and conversational in Spanish

Plinio Mario Nastari President, DATAGRO, Sao Paulo, Brazil

President and CEO of DATAGRO Consulting Ltd., one of the world’s leading consulting company specialized in agricultural markets, serving clients in 41 countries. Dr. Nastari holds M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Agricultural Economics, from Iowa State University. Was Professor of Economics at FGV – The Getúlio Vargas Foundation, in São Paulo, in undergraduate and graduate level courses (MBA, Masters and Doctoral programs) from 1984 to 2000. Former Executive Director and President of the Board of the Brazilian Association of Automotive Engineers (AEA), from 2000 to 2002, during the 1980s he helped the design of ethanol specifications which enabled the use of ethanol in fuel injected engines. He has served as member of the Technical Committees of Brazil’s Interministerial Council on Sugar and Alcohol, National Energy Commission, and Commission for Reexam of the Energy Matrix. He has assisted the Brazilian government in Energy Planning (1984-86 and 1991-93), industry deregulation (1997-1999), trade negotiations (1991-2004), and trade disputes. Representative of the Civil Society Specialist in Energy at the National Council on Energy Policy, at the Federal Government of Brazil, designated for the period of 2016 to 2018. With extensive experience in trade negotiations and trade disputes at the International Trade Commission and the World Trade Organization, Dr. Nastari has acted before the Brazilian Government as Chief Economist in the trade disputes involving ethanol exports to the United States (US ITC), and subsidized sugar exports from the European Union, European Union bananas import regime, and Brazilian regime for the import of used and retreaded tires (WTO). He is Arbitrator at the “Camara FGV de Arbitragem” (Arbitration Chamber of the Getulio Vargas Foundation), and has acted as Expert Testimony in many cases, at this Chamber and at ICC, the International Chamber of Commerce, in Paris. Lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - Second Assessment Report (2AR), and Consultant for Biomass Energy other than Wood, to the World Energy Council. Co-founder and Member of the Sustainable Biofuels Consensus (Bellagio Consensus), Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Bellagio, Italy, 2008, and Participant of the Bled Strategic Forum, since 2008 in Bled, Slovenia. Dr. Nastari is Member of the World Sugar Committee, at ICE Futures (Intercontinental Exchange) in New York, where recommendations are made for improvements in contract rules and other matters related to the world trade of sugar. Member of PAPSAC, the Private and Public, Scientific, Academic and Consumer Food Policy Group, at Harvard University, in Boston, since 2012. Professor at the MBA in Agribusiness Joint Programme established between ESPM in SãoPaulo and Université de Nantes, France, since 2015. He leads a team of 97 collaborators at Datagro, housed in six offices (Alphaville, Sao Paulo/Capital, Ribeirao Preto, Santos, Recife and New York), assisting a host of companies in market analysis, investments in production and logistics assets related to sugar, ethanol and other agrindustrial activities, in countries in the Americas, Africa, Europe, and Asia. Throughout the years, Dr. Nastari established a fruitful cooperation between Datagro and the International Sugar Organization (ISO), jointly organizing the prestigious Sugar & Ethanol Conference that precedes the Person of the Year Award (BrazilCham) and the New York Sugar Dinner for the last ten years. He was Chairman of the 19th ISO Annual Seminar in London. He was the Keynote Speaker at the 2013 New York Sugar Dinner. Organizer of the Sugar & Ethanol Summit – Brazil Day, for five consecutive years in London, in cooperation with Brazil’s Ministry of External Relations. Organizer for seventeen consecutive years of the traditional Datagro International Conference in São Paulo that precedes the São Paulo Sugar Dinner, and the Datagro Ceise Br Fenasucro Conference in Sertãozinho, SP, the largest equipment fair for sugar & ethanol in the world. Organizer of the Global Agribusiness Forum, in partnership with the Brazilian Rural Society (SRB), ABRAMILHO (corn producers) and ABCZ (cattle producers) a biannual venue which has the official support of the USDA, an the governments of France, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Israel, Turkey and Cuba. Dr. Nastari is a frequent speaker at energy, biofuels and agribusiness conferences around the globe, with frequent attendance in London, Paris, Washington, Orlando, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Amsterdam and Dubai. Phi Kappa Phi (1983), Gamma Sigma Delta (1983). Prizes President Ernesto Geisel (1978), Canassauro Rex (2002), and Top Ethanol 2014. From his contribution to the development of biofuels in the US Dr. Nastari has been granted an Honorary Nebraskan Citizenship (2002), and has been awarded and recognized at the White House for his contribution to the development of biofuels use in aviation (2003). He has also been awarded Honorary Citizenship of the State of Pernambuco, by the State Assembly of Pernambuco, Brazil (2016). Married to Rute, the couple has three children, Francisco (32), Louise (30) and Luiz Felipe (29), and three grandchildren, Carolina (2), José (1) and Anna Sophie (1).

Roberta Re Director-General , World Sugar Research Organization-WSRO, London, United Kingdom

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Samir Somaiya Chairman, Godavari Biorefineries Ltd., Mumbai, India.

Shri. Samir Somaiya graduated from Cornell University with a Masters in Chemical Engineering in 1992. He secured a MBA from Cornell University in 1993 and a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University in 2005. He won the American Institute of Chemical Engineer’s Award for Scholastic Achievement in 1989 and the American Institute of Chemists Award in 1990. He joined Godavari Biorefineries Ltd in 1993. He has taken the company forward through a focus on economic, social and environmental sustainability supported by research and innovation. Continuing the heritage of his father and grandfather, Shri. Samir Somaiya plays an active role in initiatives that improve the quality of life of the underprivileged sections of society.

Viler Janeiro Director Corporate Affairs, CTC – Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira, Piracicaba, Brazil.

Viler Janeiro is Corporate Affairs Director of CTC (Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira). Previously, Viler worked twenty-five years in the chemical industry, including senior positions at Rhodia / Solvay group and international experience in Asia, Europe and Latin America. He is graduated in Chemical Engineer by Campinas University and completed a Business MBA at Fundação Dom Cabral in Brazil. Viler Janeiro is currently Chairman of the Board of ABBI (Associação Brasileira de Biotecnologia Industrial).

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The registration fee includes: conference material, coffee-breaks and lunch.
Hotel reservations must be made individually by each participant.

In case of registrations made through credit cards from outside Brazil, the value in Brazilian Reals will be debited and converted into each local currency according to the rules of each credit card.

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If a company has registered more than one delegate, we offer 5% extra discount for the second registration and the following until May 01, 2017. After this date, all registrations will be charged the full amount (1,350.00 USD).

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and refund requests received until April 07, 2017 will be accepted with retention of an administration fee of 70% of the amount paid. After this date, retention will rise to 90% to cover committed costs. No refunds will be made for cancellation requests received after April 27, 2017. Substitution of delegates is welcome and can be made until the May 01, 2017.

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