Webinar: IEA AMF Annex 56 - Methanol as Motor Fuel

26. October 2020
Online, AT

This webinar will explore some of the key reasons why methanol can be an alternative fuel aligned with the priorities of today on the energy and climate fronts.


Methanol Institute and the Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme (AMF TCP)

Content Description

Methanol Institute is proud to collaborate with AMF in the organization of a webinar to launch its latest Annex 56 report on Methanol as a Motor Fuel.

The webinar will feature writers of the report as speakers to convey key report takeaways on methanol. The writers of the report are from the following organizations: 

  • Danish Technological Institute (Denmark)
  • Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum (Germany)
  • Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe (Germany)
  • Lund University (Sweden)
  • Swedish Transport Administration (Sweden)
  • Technion (Israel), and
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (Finland)

About Methanol Institute

The Methanol Institute (MI) is the global trade association for the methanol industry, representing the world's leading producers, distributors, and technology companies. Founded in 1989 in Washington DC, MI now represents its members from 5 offices around world in Washington DC, Beijing, Brussels, Delhi, and Singapore.

MI serves its members as the voice of the methanol industry, representing companies within the membership to governments and businesses around the world to promote the sustainable growth of the industry.

MI focuses on advancing the utilization of methanol as a clean fuel in energy-related applications such as land & marine transport, power generation, fuel cells, industrial boilers, and cook stoves. MI also supports sustainable and renewable process to produce methanol as a carbon-neutral chemical and fuel.

About AMF

The Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme (AMF TCP) is one of the actors putting transport on track to sustainability and reducing the environmental impacts from transport. Technology Collaboration Programmes are an instrument of the International Energy Agency and support the collaboration of governments and industries from around the world in independent, international groups of experts.

Established in 1984, AMF has a strong international network that serves to foster collaborative research, development, and deployment (RD&D) and to provide unbiased information on clean, energy-efficient, and sustainable fuels and related engine and vehicle technology.

The mission of AMF is to advance the understanding and appreciation of the potential of advanced motor fuels towards transport sustainability. AMF provides sound scientific information and technology assessments facilitating informed and science-based decisions regarding advanced motor fuels on all levels of decision-making.


Participant Information

The webinar which takes place at 15:00 HRS (CET)

Please register online for the webinar.

Contact Address

Methanol Institute
E-Mail: nbajwa@methanol.org