With the downstream industry balancing precariously on low oil prices, refineries and petrochemical plants are striving to boost their profits by increasing capacities and upgrading plans. National oil & gas companies in the CIS and CEE continue to invest in it’s the production of these resources: SIBUR and Gazprom in Western Siberia, Rosneft in the Russian Far East, the MOL Group in Hungary, KazMunayGas in Atyrau, the LOTOS Group in Gdańsk, SOCAR OGPC’s new, petrochemical complex of Turkmengaz, and many more.
The conference will focus on new modernisation and construction projects in the CIS & CEE region, covering the specifics of building efficient co-operation with local design institutes and engineering companies, and creating bid-to-win contracts.
Gazprom Neft, Eni Refining & Marketing, SOCAR, Kazakhstan Petrochemical Industries, SOCAR Polymer, MOL Group, and KazMunayGas will all share their views and expectations on capital projects.
While Maire Tecnimont, Yokogawa, Techint, SB&I, ExxonMobil, Dow Chemical, Sandvik, Giprogazoochistka, Intratool, Belsim, and Afton Chemical will provide insights on how to meet these expectations and improve project performance.
Check the brochure to understand how this event will connect you with Project Heads and Leading Contractors, who are working on some mainstream construction and modernisation projects in the CIS & CEE.
As a part of the event, attendees can visit Eni’s Sannazzaro refinery – one of the most efficient refineries in Europe, thanks to the most advanced slurry technology being developed and implemented by Eni. The company’s Slurry Technology (EST) is the most recent refining process for converting heavy feedstock into lighter components.
The conference is officially supported by CEEP, and all members are entitled to a 15% discount off the registration fee.