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Phani Mohan Owner of Anagha Datta Trade is an analyst and commodity trader of sugar derivatives, agro products, metals, minerals, scrap,hydrocarbons, and chemicals.Consultant to GLG/Circle of Experts/SIL/EID Parry India on Sugar/Biofuels/CDM/Trade and logistics.

Facilitated export of bulk ethanol of Jeypore sugars, facilitated Renewable Energy Finance Forum India. He is a member of better Sugarcane Initiative and also member of Roundtable on sustainable biofuels and member of EU biofuels.
Presented Perspective of Indian Ethanol Industry at South Asian Outreach meeting on 12th June 2008, at IIT New Delhi.

Preseted at Green Trade Network Summit - Santa Cruz, CA - Sept. 19, 2008 - PERSPECTIVE OF ETHANOL & TRADE.

Presented at SAARC bio-fuels W/S - 22nd to 26th Sept 2008 - Heritance Hotel, Kandalama : Working of the ethanol production industry in India and the marketing aspect of ethanol in the emerging consumer sectors in the World.

Presented at SugarAsia 2009 Economic potential of Biofuels in India.

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At 2:47pm on January 8, 2010, Nadejda Loumbeva said…
Happy to network with you and thanks for the connection!!!

Best, Nadejda

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