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European Fuels Markets & Refining Strategy Conference

Date: 21st March 2018 - 22nd March 2018 Location: Venice - Italy
In Search For Best Solutions In Optimised Refining

ACI’s 2nd edition of European Fuels Markets & Refining Strategy Conference will bring together senior executives and experts from the refining industry, policy makers, consultants, technology innovators and leading market analysts in Venice to discuss the latest challenges and developments within the industry.

The two day event will give you an insight to the industry`s latest regulations impacting on refinery operations and, while focusing largely on refining strategy in Europe, will also concentrate on global updates and future forecasts on supply and demand of the key fuels markets. Join us to hear in depth insights into MARPOL directive implementation, Electric Vehicles markets, air quality & its impact on transportation fuels as well as new strategies to meet new fuels markets demand.

During the afternoon of Tuesday 20th of March 2018, a group of conference attendees will visit Eni’s Green Refinery project at Porto Marghera in Venice – the world’s first example of the conversion of a conventional refinery into a bio-refinery able to transform organic raw materials into high quality biofuels. The plant produces green diesel, green naphtha, & LPG.

Key topics to join us in Venice include:
  • An In Depth Insight Into The Global Fuels` Markets: Assessing Leading Trends In The Refining Arena
  • Assessing Industrial Decarbonisation Trends In The Economy Context: Are We Heading Towards Fully Sustainable Solutions?
  • Refinery Energy Efficiency Practices In The Regulatory & Policy Context
  • Analysing The Future Of Bunker Fuels In The MARPOL Regulation Context:Refining, Shipping & Bunker Perspectives
  • Implementing IMO Requirements In Practice: A Case Study
  • Evaluation Of The Air Quality In Europe: The Future Of Transportation Fuels
  • Electrification Of Transport & Prospects Into The Fuel Demand
  • Adjusting Refineries To New Market Applications & Technologies
  • Unification Of Refining&Petrochemical Operations
  • Assessing Key Market Developments & Future Investments In The Refining Industry
 

Details

Start:
21st March 2018
End:
22nd March 2018
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Contact

Name:
Marta Kielerska – Content
Phone:
+48 (0) 61 646 7058
Email:
Name:
Adam Kowalewski – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
Phone:
+48 (0) 616 46 7047
Email:
Name:
Sam Cormack – Sponsorship
Phone:
+44 (0)203 141 0626
Email:
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Jayme Burns – Logistics
Phone:
+44 (0) 203 141 0640
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Venue

We will confirm the venue approximately 4-6 weeks before the event to ensure we find the most suitable space because numbers can vary dramatically. There will be a discounted accommodation rate for conference attendees.
Venice, Italy
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During the afternoon of Tuesday 20th of March 2018, a limited number of conference attendees will receive a unique opportunity to visit Eni’s Green Refinery project at Porto Marghera in Venice – the world’s first example of the conversion of a conventional refinery into a bio-refinery.

There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come—first served basis. Please register your attendance when booking for the conference.

Eni’s Green Refinery project at Porto Marghera in Venice is the world’s first example of the conversion of a conventional refinery into a bio-refinery able to transform organic raw materials into high quality biofuels. The plant produces green diesel, green naphtha, & LPG.

 

  • Chair: Giacomo Rispoli, Executive VP Portfolio Management & Licencing, ENI
  • Andrew Inglis, Managing Consultant, NEXANT
  • Walter Mirabella, Chairman Fuels Team, EFOA
  • Massimo Trani, Vice President For Proprietary Technology Licencing, ENI
  • Nicoletta Panariti, Proprietary Technology Licencing Manager, ENI
  • Peter Stewart, Chief Energy Analyst, Interfax
  • Pierre DeChamps, Policy Officer, EU Commission (TBC)
  • Damien Valdenaire, Science Executive, Refining, CONCAWE
  • Jacek Smyczynski, Director Production Efficiency & Optimisation, PKN Orlen
  • Grzegorz Jozwiak, Refining And Petrochemical Process Optimisation Manager, PKN Orlen
  • Victor M. Scalco, Global Commercial Strategic Business Development Manager, General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems Group (GA-EMS)
  • Alessandro Bartelloni, Policy Director, Fuels Europe
  • John Cooper, General Director, Fuels Europe
  • Giacomo Rispoli, Executive Vice President Portfolio Management & Licencing, ENI
  • Carlos Alberto Prieto Velasco, Technology Development Engineer, CEPSA
  • Walter Mirabella, Chairman fuels team, EFOA
  • Andrew Inglis, Managing Consultant, NEXANT
  • Sukumar Mandal, Vice President, Reliance Industries Ltd.
  • Tracy Ellerington, Managing Director, Sollomon Associates
  • Chris Malins, CEO & Founder, Cerulogy
  • An In Depth Insight Into The Global Fuels` Markets: Assessing Leading Trends In The Refining Arena
  • Assessing Industrial Decarbonisation Trends In The Economy Context: Are We Heading Towards Fully Sustainable Solutions?
  • Refining Energy Efficiency Practices In The Regulatory & Policy Context
  • Analysing The Future Of Bunker Fuels In The MARPOL Regulation Context: Refining, Shipping & Bunker Perspectives
  • Implementing IMO Requirements In Practice: A Case Study
  • Evaluation Of The Air Quality In Europe: The Future Of Transportation Fuels
  • Electrification Of Transport & Prospects Into The Fuel Demand
  • Adjusting Refineries To New Market Applications & Technologies
  • Unification Of Refining & Petrochemical Operations
  • Assessing Key Market Developments & Future Investments In The Refining Industry

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) designs and manufactures innovative electric power, filtration, and monitoring systems to help refineries and petrochemical plants improve efficiency, maximize profits and reduce operation costs. GA-EMS innovative Gulftronic™ Electrostatic Separators to help refineries maximize yields from slurry oil and improve per-barrel returns from FCC/RFCC and hydrocracking. Gulftronic’s unique electrostatic separation process offers higher reliability and lower maintenance to support continuous operation, greater throughput, and less downstream contamination.

http://www.ga.com/ems

 


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Sam Cormack

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3141 0626

Email: samc@acieu.net

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

 Marta Kielerska

Tel: + 48 (0) 61 646 7058

Email: mkielerska@acieu.net

  • Senior refining industry representatives
  • Industry`s analysts
  • Technology Innovators and developers
  • Top industry`s Consultants
  • Regulatory and Policy Officers
  • Environmental Organisations
  • Researchers
  • CHAIR DAY 1: Giacomo Rispoli, Executive VP, ENI
  • CHAIR DAY 2: Mauro Risi, CEO, ENI / ECOFUELS
  • Sukumar Mandal, Vice President, Reliance Industries Limited
  • Chris Hunt, General Director, UKPIA
  • Richard De Caux, Head of Refining Economics, BP
  • Stephen Fisher, Refining Strategy & Commercial Advisor, BP (US)
  • Pawel Chetkowski, Manager – Environmental Protection, PKN Orlen
  • Grzegorz Jozwiak, Refining & Petrochemical Process Optimisation Manager, PKN ORLEN
  • John Cooper, Director General, Fuels Europe
  • Dr Carlos Alberto Prieto, Development Engineer, CEPSA
  • Eddy van Bouwel, Policy Planning Senior Advisor, IPIECA
  • Dr Pierre Dechamps, Policy Officer, EU Commission
  • Gil-Yong Han, Senior Technical Manager, INTERTANKO
  • Donald Gregory, Director, EGCSA
  • Andrew Inglis, Managing Consultant, Nexant
  • Dr Chris Malins, Founder, Cerulogy
  • Walter Mirabella, Chairman Fuels Team, EFOA
  • Spencer Welch, Director, IHS Markit
  • Gordon McManus, Research Director, Wood MacKenzie
  • Martin Hale, EV Charging Infrastruture, ABB
  • Eva Andersson, Market Manager – Refinery, Alfa Laval
  • Jan Kwiatkowski, Group Sales Executive, DHI
  • Denis Thomas, EU Regulatory Affairs & Business Development Manager, Hydrogenics Europe
  • Strategies to comply with Fitness Check Evaluations & European Targets 2020
  • Analysing implications of MARPOL, annex VI- Forecasting the future of Bunker Fuels
  • Outlook on Automotive Fuels market in Europe: Current challenges & future predictions
  • Strategic analysis of Mega Refineries outside of Europe
  • Towards greater refining flexibility and market stability
  • Effective deployment of available technologies, engineering expertise and exiting projects inside and
  • outside of Europe
  • A long term outlook on European refining market within the next 20 years
  • The way forward- technology advancements

 ABB, Air Liquide Global Management Services GmbH, Albemarle, Alfa Laval, Aramco Overseas Company, BAYERNOIL MbH, BP, CEPSA, CERULOGY, Channoil Consulting Ltd, Clariant Produkte Deutschland GmbH, Clariant UK, Concawe, DHI Group, DHL, EFOA, EGCSA, ENI, Ecofuels, Essar Oil UK Limited, EU Commission, Evides Industriewater B.V., Fuels Europe, Galp Energia, HeatMatrix, Hellenic Petroleum, Hydrogenics Europe N.V., ICIS, IHS Markit, INA D.d., Infineum UK Ltd, Ingevity Holdings Sprl, Innospec, INTERTANKO, IPIECA, Japan Petroleum, Energy Centre (JPEC), JGC CORPORATION, KBC Advanced Technologies, Inc., Lantmännen Aspen AB, Multisol Europe Ltd, Neste, Nexant, OMV PETROM SA-Downstr.Oil, OMV Refin.&Marketing GmbH, Polski Koncern Naftowy ORLEN, Preem AB, RIL, SGS Estonia Ltd., SGS Germany GmbH, Sunnymax Global Marine Resouces Ltd, TOTAL, UKPIA, Wärtsilä Finland Oy, Wood Mackenzie and many more!

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Tickets

European Fuels Markets & Refining Strategy Conference - (Inc. Documentation Package)£1,315.00Inclusive of the 17.5% Early Bird Discount, Valid Only Until 30th of November (Full Price: £1595.00)
European Fuels Markets & Refining Strategy Conference - documentation package only£420.00
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