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The 2017 European Base Oils and Lubricants interactive Summit

Date: 29th November 2017 - 30th November 2017 Location: Antwerp - Belgium

DATES FOR 2018 EDITION HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED: 28-29 November 2018 in Europe.

Following 8 highly successful years of the European Base Oils & Lubricants Summit series we have learned a great deal from the industry about the direction our event needs to move in to provide you with an even more valuable experience than before. This is why we can now bring you the new and enhanced 2017 European Base Oils & Lubricants interactive Summit

This highly anticipated summit will feature:

200+ attendees and 15+ exhibitors

• Parallel Streams dedicated to Industrial lubricants, Automotive Lubricants, Global Industry Perspective and Bio–Based Lubricants allowing delegates to “lean in” and have in-depth discussions with like-minded peers

Structured networking activities: meet & greet, blackout bingo, speed networking, carpet croquet, drinks reception, networking dinner, social lotto and business card contest

• Interactive format with on-stage interviews, panel Q&A, in-conversation and lunch round tables. The summit will ensure that delegates receive content in a way that is engaging and interactive, that also allows for everyone to be part of the wider conversation


29th November 2017
30th November 2017
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Crowne Plaza Antwerp
Gerard le Grellelaan 10
Antwerp, 2020 Belgium
+32 3 259 75 00
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8:00 Registration & Coffee
08:30 Networking activity: Meet & Greet – Say hello to old friends and make new contacts. This is your chance to catch up with other attendees prior to formal proceedings.

New Networking Oppurtunities

  • Meet & Greet: Say hello to old friends and make new contacts. This is your chance to interact with other attendees prior to formal proceedings.
  • Lunchtime Round Tables: Join our interactive round tables, where you will have the opportunity to network with those sharing similar interests and/or responsibilities to discuss the latest market trends and opportunities in a more informal environment.
  • Blackout Bingo: You will get a Blackout Bingo card which will be stamped by every Sponsor/Exhibitor you meet. Once you’ve filled your Blackout Bingo card you will be entered into a prize draw.
  • Business Card Contest: We want to see you build your network and contact list as much as possible. Therefore, we are offering a prize to whoever manages to collect the most business cards over the two days.
  • Carpet Croquet: Test your precision and patience with a friendly game of carpet croquet whilst networking with fellow attendees.
  • Speed Networking: This is your opportunity to make 10 brand new contacts before the sessions begin on Day Two.
  • Social Lotto: Taking place during the evening drinks reception, Social Lotto is a fun way to network and win yourself a prize.

New Interactive Sessions

  • Parallel Streams The streams give you the opportunity to hone in on your main business area. The agenda is designed specifically to provide targeted content for each area of expertise.
  • On-Stage Interviews Attend live on-stage interviews with some of the industry’s leading experts to hear their thoughts on latest industry developments and key challenges/opportunities ahead.

Alireza Askari, Global Key Account Manager – Axel Christiernsson

Andrzej Chodyniecki, President of the Board of Director – GQOIL Innovation Europe

Sharbel Luzuriaga, Project Manager – Kline Energy

Simon Mason, Owner – Kemat Polybutenes

Soenke Moehr, Director Global Sales, Marketing & Communication – Puraglobe

Ákos Nemesnyik, Lubricants Product Development and Application Center Manager – MOL-LUB

Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Lubricants Advisor – (MWF) Emulsion Stability – Nynas AB

Ronan Rocle, Business Development  Manager – Global Bioenergies

Michael Schneider, Senior Vice President Business Units Life Science & Materials Science – Chemspeed Technologies

Manfred Schuckert, Head of Automotive Regulatory Strategy, Emissions and Safety, Commercial Vehicles – Daimler

Valentina Serra-Holm, Marketing and Technology Director, Nynas AB and President – UEIL (The Union of the European Lubricant Industry)

Ameneh Schneider, Tribology Application Consultant – Optimol Instruments

Julia Svensson, Research Engineer, Fuel & Lube R&D, Marine Low Speed – MAN Diesel & Turbo

Nicky Thomas, Editor – Lube Magazine

Peter Tjan, President – ATIEL

Anders Pettersson, Global Lubricant Coordinator – Volvo Construction Equipment

David Tsui, Project Manager, Energy – Kline Group

Denis Varaksin, Director, Base Oils and Slack Waxes – DYM Resources

Matthias Bombe, General Manager – Braid Logistics Germany

Richard Tucker, General Manager Commercial and Industry Fuels and Lubricants Technology – Shell

John Leavens, Director Oil Markets Midstream and Downstream –  IHS Energy

Mikhail Ilyinov, Head of Base Oils – LLC RN-Lubricants Rosneft

Senior Representative – Bapco (Bahrain Petroleum Company)

Michel Sanchez-Rivas, PAO Customer Technical Service Manager – INEOS

Mark Embleton, Lubricant Specialist – Maersk Oil Trading Lubricants A/S

John Eastwood, Global Marketing Manager – Croda Europe

Dr. Stephanie Janeda, Development to Market Manager – Lanxess

Milen Boychev, Board Member – Prista Oil

Kari – Matti Elo, Director – STR TecOil

Katty Hoste, Marketing Specialist – Chevron Base Oils

Carl Larry, Markets Specialist – Thomson Reuters

Mike Peters, Technical Support Manager – SIP

Frank Stunnenberg, Chairman – CEC (Chevron Oronite)

Please find below a list of companies registered for the Summit as of Friday 13th October 2017. If you wish to have a more up-to-date list, please contact Daniel Puddicombe on phone: +44 (0) 20 3141 0635 or email: [email protected]

Avista Oil * ABB * Adelphi Group of Companies* Azelis Espana * Axel Christiernsson * ATIEL * Bahrain Petroleum Company * BRB International * Braid Logistics * Bluechem Group * Biona Jersin * BFB Oil Research * Braskem Netherlands * CEPSA *Chevron Base Oils * CEC * ChemPoint * Caspian Chemicals * Cogelsa * CTP GmbH * Cipelia * CRC Industries * Cockett Group * Connect Chemicals * Chemspeed Technologies * Croda Europe * Cipelia * De Oliebron * DYM Resources * Daimler * Ergon International * Energy Pioneers * Finke Mineralolwerk * Global Bioenergies * Green Lab Hungary * GQOil Innovation * Galp Energia * Geo Specialty Chemicals UK Ltd *  Haltermann Carless Deutschland GmbH * Haltermann Carless UK Ltd. * Houghton Deutschland * HimBalt SIA * IHS Markit * Inspectorate * Intatech Belgium * INEOS Enterprises France * INEOS Belgium * IMCD * Interflon * JVLL LLK-NAFTAN * Kerax Hyperdrive * Kemat Polybutenes * Kline & Company * Lomosoft * Koole Terminal B.V * LLC RN-Lubricants Rosneft * Leroux Lotz Technologies * Lanxess * Lubes ‘n’ Greases * Lubrizol Ltd * Lubes Magazine * LBC Antwerpen * LCC Agrinol * LCC SV Azmol-BP * MOL * MPT GmbH * Man Diesel & Turbo * MDD-BEL * Maersk Oil Trading Lubricants * Nanotech Industrial Solutions * Nordmann Rassmann * Nynas AB Michel * Nyco * Noordnatie * Optimol Instruments* OLEON * Oil Recruitment * OK amba * Optima Group * PCS Instruments * Paramo *Petro Canada * Petronas Lubricants Belgium * Prista Oil * Port Of Ghent * Patech Fine Chemicals * Puraglobe * Prasol Chemicals * SIP Ltd. * Sea Tank Terminal * SGS Belgium * SGS UK * Shell * Sunoil Eruope * Touchstar Technologies * Tank Opslag *  Transnational Blenders * Thomson Reuters * UEIL * Van Meeuwen Industries *Vertellus * Volvo Construction Equipment * VLS Group * Witmans Industries * Wolf Oil *

Lanyard Sponsor

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Headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, USA, Ergon, Inc., operates as a crude oil processor, transporter and marketer of specialty base oils. Ergon maintains a network of strategically located terminals, allowing for efficient and secure worldwide supply. Ergon markets products in more than 90 countries and remains committed to increasing its global presence.

Investing in a Brighter Future

Ergon is investing more than $200 million to meet the market’s demand for high-quality brightstock. In 2016, Ergon introduced the latest Group I brightstock technology with HyGold 5000BS, offering a unique combination of high viscosity, low pour point, low odor, good solvency and a high flash point. HyGold 5000BS has excellent color and appearance versus competitive brightstocks, making it suitable for use in a wide range of applications where product viscosity and appearance remain critical.

Visit ergoninternational.com to learn more about our full range of specialty oil solutions.


Event Sponsors


The Braid Group of Companies is an international liquid logistics service provider, freight forwarder, Iso Tank Operator and manufacturer of Flexitanks operating through a global network of 20 own offices and 2 production sites for Flexitanks. Braid offers a global Flexitank Service including Supply & Fit, Transport & Logistics, global insurance, Removal & Disposal, Loading and discharging attendance, technical consultancy and technical equipment for loading and discharging Flexitanks.



Green Lab
(est’d 1996)

Green Lab Ltd is a Hungarian, private owned company with a highly experienced team and wide range portfolio. Has been ISO 9001 certified since 1998.

Green Lab actively distributes petroleum testers for international petroleum companies. Furthermore Green Lab also provides mobile laboratory solutions designed to meet the latest analytical standards of petroleum industry and to provide an immediate solution on-site.

Our very own product innovation the ADEM Automated Demulsibility Tester (http://www.greenlab.hu/demulsibility-testers.html) is available for QC and R&D laboratories worldwide introducing the next generation in ASTM D1401 and ISO 6614 method compliance for demulsibility/water separability testing.

In the field of process engineering we provide turn key solutions for technological- and stack emission control as well as deliver fixed or mobile environmental stations to control air pollution for different industrial segments.

Green Lab’s service team has an outstanding international reputation due to its expertise and long term reliability.

In 2007 Green Lab built its first EU accredited mobile test laboratory for ambient air pollution control. Since that time we have significantly expanded our capacity meeting the expanding market demand of our high quality services.

With nearly 20 years of thriving analytical experience, Green Lab delivers best practices and innovative analytical solutions for laboratories as well as for environmental analytics in a predictable and reliable service manner via modern product portfolio and professional expertise.

Would you like to know more? For further details, please visit http://www.greenlab.hu/home_en.html or contact us at [email protected].



Adelphi Packaging Machinery is a specialist supplier of liquid filling & capping machinery, including the decanting of small packs, pails, drums & IBC’s. With many years of engineering expertise and application knowledge supplying to the oil & lubricants sector, we manufacture and support the highly regarded Masterfil range, whose machines have been in use in factories all over the world for over 50 years.

Our Drum Decanting Unit is just one of the machines favoured by lube oil manufacturers. Designed to enable accurate decanting of drums or other large containers ready for processing or packaging, they offer levels of precision, repeatability and product integrity that are extremely difficult to match manually.

Adelphi has recently launched it’s new ‘System’ range of liquid filling machines. Newly designed from the ground up, these modular machines integrate the latest technologies with patent pending design features, and offer some truly unique benefits to end users. Production versatility and flexibility, low cost scalability, industry-leading production speeds, minimal production downtime, and reduced running costs are just some of the most notable benefits on offer.

For further details on Adelphi’s full range of packing machinery visit www.adelphi-pm.com or get in contact at [email protected]



Puraglobe owns the worlds most advanced and modern NV-refinery for base oil specialties. It has successfully produced the 1st millionth ton of non-virgin feed stock into Group 2 and 3 base oil products i.e. to be used for lubricating products.

Puraglobe focuses on sustainable high quality base oil specialties.

The use of Puraglobe base oil products based on our exclusive UOP Hylube™ technology has already avoided about 3 million tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere and achieved a CO2 savings rate of greater than 84%.

Puraglobe aims to address climate change as a combined industrial approach, alongside of global virgin companies, to extend the lifespan of natural oil resources in the future.

Today Puraglobe base oil technologies are being used in various industrial and automotive applications (e.g. PCMO/HDDO engine oil formulations).

For more information, visit puralube.com



MPT Meß- und Prozeßtechnik GmbH
is a DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 accredited and leading company for design, engineering, manufacturing and supply of DOSING and MIXING SYSTEMS in Europe and worldwide and representative of MILTON ROY, PULSAIR® and WALCHEM.

MPT stands for manufacturing top-quality, cost-effective and safe products and an outstanding customer support. We are located in the heart of Germany and offer customized solutions to our various clients in oil and gas, petrochemicals, refining, chemicals, power, steel, fertilizer and metallurgical industries for:

– Metering Package Units

– PULSAIR® Mixing Systems (pneumatic impulse mixing for large tank volumes)

Reciprocating Pumps

– Diaphragm, Plunger, Metering Pumps

– Controllers (Cooling tower, pH-, Redox etc.)

– Agitators and dynamic inline mixers

MPT GmbH was founded in 1991 and is working with renowned German as well as International Engineering Consultants, EPC Contractors and Third Party Inspection Agencies, with strong focus on both exports and German market and with reference installations in more than 65 countries worldwide. Our premium products and services are designed for sustainability.

The engineers and technicians of MPT have been working for more than 25 years in consulting, planning and servicing of economical and reliable solutions.

The experience and knowledge of the MPT employees guarantee you first-class competence in fluid treatment.



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Optimol Instruments Prüftechnik GmbH, headquartered in Munich, Germany, is a leading international company for the development and sale of tribological model test systems and test benches. We are a trusted partner for our customers, whom we provide with innovative technology, proven solutions, competent advice and a comprehensive range of services.

Our mission is to support our worldwide customers to test lubricants, materials and material combinations before their use in industrial development processes.

With the world-renowned SRV® test system, we have set the industry standard for tribological model testing. We continually refine this technology platform – to always stay abreast with our customers’ increasing demands. In the broad range of available simulation and analysis options, two things in particular stand out: our strong practical expertise and the knowledge we have accumulated from over 50 years of developing model tribometers.

Our innovative strength and cutting-edge know-how have resulted in milestones of tribological testing. For example: the introduction of automated testing and quality assurance processes, or software-supported results interpretation.

For customers who do not have their own SRV® test system, our SRV® TriboProfiling® lab provides support with comprehensive services.






We, Prasol Chemicals limited, having 25 years of experience as a leading manufacturer & exporter of Speciality Chemicals are ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001:2007 certified.

We are rated by Government of India as a ‘Star Export House’, exporting to more than 40 countries and domestically covering pan India market.

We offer range of Specialty Chemicals such as Diacetone Alcohol, Hexylene Glycol, Isophorone, Polyisobutylene Succinimides (PIBSI), Sorbitan Monooleate, Ethyl Hexyl Oleate, Pentaerythritol trioleate………etc.

We also manufacture different grades of Additives based on the Dialkyl group of Zinc Dialkyl Dithiophosphate (ZDDP), such as ADDITIV 730, ADDITIV 1030, ADDITIV 2030 & ADDITIV 3030 which are used in engine oils, hydraulics, transmission fluids, gear oils and several other lubricant applications, as performance enhancers.

We believe in “Customer First., Reputation first”,to achieve it we have experienced, trained, motivated and innovative work force.

We try our best not only to achieve Customers Satisfaction but to convert it into Customer Delight, by offering them our best quality products with distinguish after sales service.

We have 16 Acres Plant and we are further expanding it to meet our Customers demand. Our plant is located nearby Nhava Sheva Sea port which facilities prompt deliveries to our Esteemed Customers.

Our strengths:-

– Experienced workforce

– Global and Local presence

– In-house Product & process development

– Stringent quality control

– Continuous Innovation




bluechemGROUP … because it works!

The bluechemGROUP/CTP GmbH with its headquarters in the Thuringian Leutenberg has offered its cleaning, maintenance and care products especially designed for the automotive industry on the international market since 1988. Since the start of the company, it has experienced an extremely rapid growth, both at national level and throughout the world. This enormously fast development led to many great collaborations and the acquisition of various outstanding international and national partners.

Today, the bluechemGROUP/CTP GmbH is a group of companies with global activities in more than 100 countries. The success as technology leader in car care chemistry is based upon the development and patenting of consumption oriented and eco-friendly products satisfying highest demands on quality, which are supplemented by modern car workshop, industry and service concepts. Innovative strength, creativity, competence and a motivated staff are the foundations upon which the bluechemGROUP/CTP GmbH is built. Its experiences in international competition, its knowledge and expertise are always at the partners’ and customers’ full disposal. Ongoing market analyses and the constant dialogue with partners make it possible to constantly identify new trends.





LOMOSOFT is a leading global fuel logistics software supplier to oil companies, retail fuelling facilities and fuel haulers. Over the last 28 years LOMOSOFT has grown substantially focusing on its specialist niche of optimising fuel and gas transport logistics for its customers.

LOMOSOFT’s numerous solutions include automated and optimised stock control, resource planning, legal loading, routing, live communication and reporting. Over three thousand trucks are planned daily with LOMOSOFT’s software, delivering more than 360 million litres of fuel to approximately 40 thousand retail sites.

Software and services from LOMOSOFT: ground-breaking, scalable and practical solutions developed in close collaboration with leading experts and specialists, approved by numerous customers in the Oil & Gas Industry.






Chemspeed Technologies, headquartered in northwest Switzerland (Basel region), is a global leader in the development of innovative products and consumables for research and development laboratories. Chemspeed offers automated solutions for sample preparation, synthesis, reaction and formulation, process research, application and testing with its unique tools for automated substance handling and its flexible reactor technology. Chemspeed is a premier provider of automated workflows and services for pharmaceutical, agrochemical, catalysts, polymer, paint & coating, ceramic & abrasives, porous material, biomaterial, renewable, fine & specialty chemical, personal care, home care and nutrition industries, as well as academia, to enable reduced time-to-market, increased precision and productivity, and lower R&D costs. Chemspeed designs, manufactures and customizes products and services to meet industry needs and specific customer requirements.



IMCD are a leading global distributor of speciality lubricant additives (extreme pressure, anticorrosion, tackifiers, biocides), PAO, PIB, silicone derivatives, esters and packages. We got to be in this position because we always add value to the services we offer our clients. By sharing our high-value knowledge, best practice and expertise, we could help you grow your business even further.

Solutions for a constantly changing world.
Our dedicated Technical Sales Experts will support you in the formulation and development of your automotive lubricants, industrial oils and refinery processing oils. Thanks to a comprehensive product portfolio and experienced people, we can propose a unique tailor-made solution which will meet the latest market trends, providing you with an innovative lubricant. Finding a new way to optimise formulations is one of our many in-house skills.

Product offering

IMCD Lubricants offers a comprehensive and complementary portfolio covering the full range of relevant product groups for our customers formulations:

  • Automotive
  • Industrial
  • Fuel & refinery



PRISTA OIL is independent manufacturer of engine oils, industrial oils, special fluids and greases. The business has more than 20 years of history. Established in Bulgaria since 1993 today PRISTA OIL has significant market share in South East Europe. The company operates 2 blending lube plants, one in Bulgaria and one in Turkey plus a grease plant located in Sofia. Since 2011 PRISTA OIL is running a lube plant together with UZNEFTGAZ in Uzbekistan based on JV agreement.

In the last 15 years the business invested 60 M EUR in production, distribution and logistics infrastructure. The equity operations covers the whole Balkan and Black Sea region. Multinational team is managing the whole scope of activities.

Nowadays PRISTA OIL is among the regional export leaders of lubricants, having regular sales and supply to countries in Africa & Middle East.

The main brand of the business is PRISTA®. The brand is very strong among customers using lubricants for industrial and commercial applications. Important part of the product portfolio includes also marine lubricants, transformer oils, metalworking fluids and passenger car engine oils.

PRISTA is preferable partner for several multination lube companies like CHEVRON, ERGON, GULF MARINE, etc.

The company operational strategy is constantly focused on quality of the produced lubes and offered services. PRISTA OIL has own technology center, operating as lube laboratory and research & development department. The lab is member of ASTM INTERNATIONAL, since 2005.

For all the years PRISTA OIL is known for its adaptive and flexible approach in production and distribution methods of work. All plants and processes has been designed and modernized by dedicated engineering team.

PRISTA considers that the lube business is always on move and improvement is always objective, action and result.



GQOIL  Innovation company starting in 2012 materialized an idea how to blend more effectively than now. Its project named CCBL – Cavitation Cold Blending of Lubricants includes all what is important for modern technology – giving not only CAPEX/OPEX economies but influencing positively on natural environment also.

This influence is possible thanks to low electricity consumption (2,4 kWh/MT average) and through  significant reduction of process heating (up to 95%, depends on geographical region). Such high level of the heating reduction can be reached in the CCBL blender by using of the cavitation as main factor, inducing the heating and mixing processes internally of the premix.

The launching process of CCBL technology is very flexible and intangible for your pending manufacturing process. CCBL is able to work either as simple blender with manual dosing or be connected with automation dosing system, what cancel necessary to do any additional mixing because CCBL provides fully finished product.

The CCBL ability to work in real industrial conditions was tested at PRISTA OIL site in July 2015. Each production test has been closed by accredited laboratory measurements.  All tests configurations and lab results are described and collected in protocol, available on our website www.gqoil.com



With over 30 years’ experience, TouchStar is internationally recognised as the market leader in solutions for the fuel delivery market.

Our proof of delivery solution provides a portfolio of optimised system components including navigation, job allocation and driver communication.

Helping clients within the oil and gas industries optimise their fuel distribution operations as a platform for routing and scheduling packages, our product suite creates a robust interface between hardware and all major back office business systems. The solutions incorporate both standard and bespoke software and a range of integrated peripherals such as scanners, printers and credit card readers. To learn more about how our solutions increase productivity, improve accuracy, and save time for companies contact us now

Managing the specification, development, deployment and ongoing support, we ensure a fully scalable and futureproof solution that meets both operational and strategic objectives. At TouchStar we provide the long term support to guarantee seamless operation, reduced downtime and a low total cost of ownership of your final solution.

To learn more about how our solutions increase productivity, improve accuracy, and save time for companies please visit www.fuel-logistics-it.com .

Align Yourself With The Great & Good In The Fuels & Lubricants Business

As a sponsor and exhibitor, we will help you forge new business relationships, share your experiences and position yourself as a go-to firm in your sector.

  • Welcome The Industry
    Get superb brand awareness by hosting the Welcome Dinner or Drinks Reception, providing hospitality for the entire base oil & lubricants audience. We can arrange special entertainment to make your hosted reception more memorable like musical entertainment, wine and whisky tasting or even cocktail making! Make sure your team are there to meet the key players in the industry, as attendees are sure to stick around for a relaxing drinks after day 1 of the conference.
  • Host Our Speakers
    Host the Speaker Zone and you are guaranteed to meet all of the industry leaders on board for 2017. An exclusive area for senior speaker faculty to relax and make final preparations to their presentations away from the buzz of the event, this is a great place to get noticed and provide hospitality for the people you most want to meet.
  • Showcase Your Expertise
    Whether you are a market leader or a medium size player, exhibiting is a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to your existing clientele,  and building a more established and reliable brand. Take an exhibition stand and you’ll be located within the busy networking area where all breaks are held, giving great exposure to your brand, product and employees. If you’re bringing a new technology/product to market, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to demonstrate to your prime audience.
  • Increased Brand Awareness
    Make sure your brand is recognised at the industry’s leading base oil & lubricants event. As well as your logo featuring on stage sets, why not ensure you meet your clients by sponsoring the Wi-fi, so all attendees will need to come to your stand for the code?!

PLUS! You can sponsor

  • The new Thank You Gifts for Speakers, so you have direct contact with industry leaders.
  • The evening Raffle Draw and get all the business card contacts so you can follow-up directly post-event.
  • Branded materials like laptop bags, notepads, lanyards and badges that provide top of mind awareness to all attendees.

As a sponsor/exhibitor, we will help you forge new business relationships, share your experiences and position yourself as a go-to firm in your sector.

For a bespoke package, contact:

 Maureen Ignacio

Phone:+44 20 3141 0636

 Email: [email protected]

  • Dr. Manfred  Schuckert, Head of Automotive Regulatory Strategy, Emissions and Safety, Commercial Vehicles, Daimler
  • Dr. Mattias Berger, Senior Technical Manager, Lubrication System, Engine Development, Scania CV AB
  • Dr. Suhair Abdelhaim, Senior Lubricant Engineer, Ford Motor Company
  • Dr. Claudio Bonaluce, Global Lubricants Specialist, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
  • Dr. Soenke Moehr, Director Global Sales, Marketing & Communication, Puraglobe
  • Alan Outhwaite, Manager, Base Oil Business Development, Chevron Global Lubricants
  • Prof. Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Lubricants Advisor, Nynas AB
  • Michael Boyer, Regional Market Insights Manager, The Lubrizol Corporation
  • Dr. Karin Baumann, Product Manager Europe, Lukoil Lubricants Europe Oy
  • Luis Gomes, Lubricants Sales Manager, Galp Energia
  • Kerim Wewer, Head of Asset Management IPP EMEA, Lanxess
  • Marco Madeddu, Director Lubricants, International Product Manager, IMCD Group B.V.
  • John Eastwood, Global Marketing Manager, Croda Europe
  • Milind Phadke, Director, Energy Practice, Kline & Company 
  • Céline Boutier, Managing Director, Shamrock Shipping and Trading Limited


      Breakdown of  Attendees by Sector

  • Lubricant Manufacturers
  • Base Oil Producers
  • Additive Suppliers
  • Technology and Service Providers
  • Trading and Distribution Companies
  • OEMs
  • Packaging and Logistic Companies
  • Consultancies

    Breakdown of Attendees by Job Title
  • Head of Base Oil Business Development/Sales/Marketing
  • Head of Global EH & S
  • Head of Base Oil/Distilate Trading
  • Head of Base Oil Strategy
  • Head of Base Oil Strategy/R&D
  • Head of Automotive/Industrial Lubricants Business Development/Sales/Marketing
  • Head of Lubricant Strategy
  • Head of Automotive/Industrial Lubricants Technology/R&D
  • Product Manager for Automotive/Industrial Lubricants
  • Head of Automotive/Industrial Lubricant Additive Technology/R&D
  • Head of Base Oil/Lubricant Trading

Media Partners:

Lubes and Greases Media Logo

Lubes’n’Greases Europe-Middle East-Africa reaches over 17,000 audited subscribers each month.

LNG EMEA focuses on news and trends shaping the lubricants industry in these regions.  Keep up with technological developments, shifting raw material supplies, regulations and OEM specifications.  Read about problems encountered by end-users and solutions that address their needs: http://pubs.lubesngreases.com/magazine-emea/

You can find a lot more on our website, www.lubesngreases.com

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Lube Magazine

Lube Magazine is published by the United Kingdom Lubricants Association (UKLA) and is the Official Journal of UEIL – the European lubricants industry organisation based in Brussels, Belgium. UKLA is the UK Delegation to UEIL. Lube Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine provided free to qualified subscribers. Lube Magazine is distributed to readers in 11 9 countries and via relevant sector Trade Events.

It covers features and technical articles and European news, as well as issues relevant to the lubrication industry on: Automotive and Industrial sector developments; Metal-Working Fluids; Automotive and Industrial Greases; Base Oil issues; the impact of new and modified product specifications; forthcoming legislation; industry news; profiles; plus a ‘Forthcoming Events’ diary.

For further information please visit the website:

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Since 1995, we have gathered industry stakeholders from all over the world to discuss regional and global issues impacting our industry

F&L Asia provides a forum for:

  • Identifying emerging issues
  • Promoting consensus
  • Sharing of best practices
  • Building networks
  • Connecting businesses

Over the years, F&L Asia has played a unique role in the fuels and lubricants industry in the Asia-Pacific region, setting it apart from other industry publications and commercial conferences.



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For more information about PETROFINDER, please visit our website www.petrofinder.com

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BLS Media are the number one choice for High Impact Visual Media Solutions to enable  companies in the Lubes and Greases industry looking to receive new business enquiries and increase their brand awareness to manufacturers and suppliers around the world.

Increase your visibility with their free to order industry favourite wallplanners, connect with all the Lubes and Greases companies on their networking platform and spread your message to their database of over 10,000 subscribers with dedicated e-campaigns.

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Worldoils is a company that combines the power of marketing as well as the in-house expertise for the Oil, Gas, Offshore and the Maritime industries. Worldoils’ web portal www.worldoils.com has become a truly central platform for visitors who need information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, training, conferences, news and events as well as a popular advertising base for providers of Oil, Gas, Marine and Offshore services. Worldoils has also launched the jobs system and a marketplace. In the recent months, Worldoils has strengthened its position as a fast developing central place for buying and selling of land rigs, offshore rigs, barge rigs and other oilfield and subsea equipment. www.worldoils.com

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The OEM/Lube News is an electronic lube industry newsletter published every Monday morning focusing on lubricant related news stories of significance affecting relevant decisions of lubricant manufacturing/blending and marketing companies’ key decision makers. This news includes buyouts/mergers, new blending plants and base oil plants and additions, top level personnel promotions, OEM lubricant approvals, etc. The OEM/Lube News, which covers both domestic and international news, is emailed to essentially all lubricant blending companies worldwide each week.www.imakenews.com/lubritec/


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DigitalRefining.com is the refining, gas and petrochemical processing industries reference library of choice, providing a constantly growing database of technical articles, company literature, product brochures, videos, industry news, events and company information. www.digitalrefining.com

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Lubezine Logo

Lubezine is a trade magazine that addresses the needs of the lubricants and lubrication industry the African region.

It is a full colour glossy magazine distributed to players in the lubricants industry ranging from blenders, marketers, distributors, commercial end-users and other support industries such as packaging and lubrication equipment suppliers.

Published quarterly by Lubes Africa ltd, Lubezine magazine  has a print order of over 3000 copies and still growing.

With its headquarters in the East African country of Kenya, Lubezine is a one-stop information source for the region and a gateway to the African lubricants market. www.lubesafrica.com

Plant Automation Technologies


In the realm of Automation, where innovation is rapid, plant automation technology stands adept at conceptualizing unique ideas relevant to the B2B space.

PlantAutomation-Technology is essentially a B2B online business and technology media platform that has under its wraps the largest global database of automation buyers and suppliers.

Plantautomation-technology.com covers in-depth trends that shape industry dynamics and metamorphose global economics.

With services like search engine optimization, social media marketing, product video showcase, e-mail marketing, e-newsletter sponsorship, banner advertising, event marketing and micro-website within our platform, plantautomation-technology.com has created a recognition that spans over a global audience, thereby revolutionizing how businesses transact.



Supporting Associations:


ATIEL is an industry association representing manufacturers and marketers in the European lubricants industry.  Through its members’ combined knowledge and experience, it develops scientifically sound responses to key technical, environmental and quality issues that benefit all stakeholders, manufacturers, end-users and the lubricants industry.

ATIEL’s technical committees and working groups help to establish guidelines, best practices and standards for lubricant development that promote the availability of superior quality products in the marketplace.

ATIEL also aims to enhance the reputation of the lubricants industry by providing expert advice to regulators and industry partners.

ATIEL’s Code of Practice is accepted industry-wide as best practice for the development and manufacture of automotive engine lubricants conforming to ACEA (the European Automobile Manufacturers Association) performance requirements.  The Code of Practice forms part of the European Engine Lubricants Quality Management System (EELQMS).

As part of its proactive role to improve the overall quality level of automotive lubricants, ATIEL carries out quality surveys of products in the marketplace in support of the EELQMS and the ACEA Sequences, and to enhance and improve its educational activities.www.atiel.org


Goma logo

GOMA is Croatian Society for Fuels and Lubricants that works continuously for over 50 years as not-for-profit and nongovernmental society. GOMA is engaged in promoting the profession and expertise in the field of manufacturing, development and application of fuel and lubricants by means of the following activities:

  • organising conferences or symposia on the issues from the field of the development and application of fuels and lubricants
  • work of scientific committees or working groups (permanent or temporary) for dealing with certain issues
  • making of studies, expert opinions, analyses and other professional papers related to the development and application of fuels and lubricants
  • cooperating in making regulations and norms related to the goals of the Society
  • publishing books, professional journals and publications
  • cooperating with the corresponding international organisations.


cec logo

The Coordinating European Council
The European Fuels & Lubricants Performance Test Development Organisation
CEC is an Industry-based organisation which develops Test Methods for the performance
testing of Automotive Engine Oil, Fuels & Transmission Fluids (using gasoline & diesel
engines). In addition, it covers Marine & Large Engine Oils, Two-stroke Engine Oils &
Associated Bench Tests.
It maintains existing tests on an ongoing basis, concentrating on quality assurance (it forms part
of EELQMS -European Engine Lubricants Quality Management System) and maintaining
confidentiality amongst Stakeholders. It also manages the provision of Reference Fluids
(lubricants and fuels) for its tests.
CEC is an organisation that represents the motor, oil, petroleum additive and allied industries in
the development of test methods to evaluate the performance of transportation fuels, lubricants
and other fluids.
CEC test methods are used extensively in Europe and widely throughout the world. CEC was
established over 30 years ago and now has more than 1500 participants from over 300
companies. Representatives are able to contribute in CEC affairs at all levels. The essential
objective of the CEC is to develop performance test methods on behalf of the industries it
represents in a timely, quality focussed and cost effective manner and to ensure that such
methods elate to market place demand.
The CEC Secretariat is based in 1140 Brussels, Avenue Jules Bordet 142. The current
Chairman of the Management Board is Frank Stunnenberg, site manager of Chevron Oronite in
Rotterdam. www.cectests.org

Oil Recruitment has been successful within the lubricant and additives sector since 1999. We have a strong track record of sourcing individuals with the specialist knowledge and experience required by major oil companies, additives manufacturers, independent blenders and resellers across the UK and Europe.

We cover all positions ranging from research and development, manufacturing, formulation, sales & marketing and health and safety.

With a network of contacts built up over almost 20 years, we are able to find high calibre candidates for our clients – often the hardest to find as they are not actively looking.


Keeley Robinson

Tel:         +44 1565 626754
Mobile: +44 7854 576318
Email:    [email protected]



OilSNS is an information service and consulting company invested by China National Offshore Oil Corp., the third largest oil and Gas Corporation in China. OilSNS provides a quick way to information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, technology updates, conferences and events, head hunting and procurement demands in both China and abroad, as well as a popular advertising base. OilSNS is not only familiar with this market, especially in China, but also has abundant of resources.
More information could be get via www.oilsns.com

Project Cargo Network (PCN) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified organisation established to provide a networking platform for the world’s top project cargo specialists. Our Members handle the transportation of oversized and heavy items or shipments that consist of complex components that must be disassembled, shipped and then re-assembled. They offer project cargo management for engineering, procurement and construction companies servicing energy, mining, chemical, petrochemical, pipeline, infrastructure and other sectors. Our fast-growing organisation comprises of 220+ specialists in 105+ countries.

Visit www.projectcargonetwork.com

With LubriTechnics, the publishing company Professional Media Group presents a valuable component in an extensive portfolio of trade journals. LubriTechnics, a cross-media development of the former digital platform Smeertechniek, covers all subjects relevant to lubrication maintenance. By means of technical dossiers, case studies and company visits, the editorial staff tries to shed light on both the theoretical knowledge of and practical approach to lubrication maintenance. Next to frequent newsletters, there are fully-fledged printed magazines, in spring and in autumn. This way, the editorial staff wishes to inform readers about product development, current announcements and technical files regarding lubrication and maintenance. Next to LubriTechnics, there are other magazines, such as PumpTechnics (pumping equipment & industrial processing) and PowerTechnics (engines & driving techniques), the content of which can be of much interest to the technical staff of an enterprise.


Visit: http://lubritechnics.pmg.be

What our attendees say about the EBOL interactive Summit:

Interesting and updated insights with good perspective across the whole chain from producers to end users.
Galp Energia 

Great networking place. Great speakers. A conference of value to us.
Croda Europe

Actually it’s outstanding, thanks a lot everybody and I wish to see you again!
Libyan Oil

“ACI’s European Base Oils & Lubricants Summit has been an outstanding opportunity to: 1) Have access to valuable information and new interesting topics, 2) Network and meeting new business partners”
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Well organised conference, good attendance, interesting presentations. Look forward to see how this conference will develop in the future.
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Exclusive Site Visit: Q8 Oils State-Of-The-Art Blending Plant in Antwerp (Fully Booked)

Started in 2007, the project was carried out over a series of phases. The first step was to install new loading arms at the jetty, followed by the construction of a new filling hall and base oil tank farm comprising 24 stock tanks. Later phases introduced a new empty pack warehouse, blending installations and related bulk storage.

The project was completed with the opening of a new additives warehouse in 2016.

Throughout the nine years there was no interruption to production and the project was completed within the projected time.

The new blending plant has the capacity to produce 125m litres each year and can easily be upgraded to double this output. Around 700 different formulations are currently produced.

In addition to the Antwerp blending plant, Q8Oils also has a blending facility in Castellar Guidobono, east of Turin in Italy, which specialises in blending metalworking products.

Confirmed itinerary – Q8Oils Site Visit 28 November 2017

13:45 – Registration at Crowne Plaza Antwerp (hotel lobby)

14:15 – Depart from Crowne Plaza Antwerp

14:30 – Arrive at Q8Oils Blending Plant

14:35 – Welcome Refreshments / Safety Clothing Distribution

15:15 – Q8Oils Presentation


Speakers: Jesse Claessens, Marketing & Communications Manager NWE

                    Filip Heireman, Manager Unbranded Sales

–          Welcome Address / Plant Health & Safety Instructions

–          Q8Oils Company Presentation


Speaker:  Wilfried Wuyts, Plant Manager

–          Blending Plant Masterplan Evolution

15:45 – Start of Technical Tour

4 Group Tours (English, German, Dutch & French language)

17:15 – Leaving Refreshments

17:45 – Depart Q8Oils Blending Plant

18:00 – Arrive Crowne Plaza Antwerp

(Timings subject to change)



Brussels Airlines is pleased to be your Preffered Carrier for the European Base Oils & Lubricants interactive Summit and extends 10% discount on available return economy fares Europe, Russia, Israel & Africa to Brussels and vice versa.

Book until 28 November 2017 and Travel between 21 November and 7 December 2017.


Day one 29th November 2018


08:00 Registration & Coffee

08:30 Networking activity: Meet & Greet – Say hello to old friends and make new contacts. This is your chance to catch up with other attendees prior to formal proceedings.

Morning Sessions

09:00 Chair’s Opening Remarks – Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Advisor Lubricants, Nynas AB

09:15 Presentation:
Speaker: Valentina Serra-Holm, Marketing and Technology Director, Nynas AB and President, UEIL

09:55 Presentation: The evolving base oils market: opportunities for industrial lubricants
Speaker: Katty Hoste, Marketing Specialist, Chevron Base Oils

10:35 Presentation: The impact of IMO Marpol Annex VI regulations on base oil pricing
Speaker: John Leavens, Director Oil Markets Midstream and Downstream, IHS Energy

11:15 Moring refreshments
Networking activity: Blackout Bingo – delegates will have the opportunity to interact with our sponsors & exhibitors. Attendees will get a Blackout Bingo Card which will be stamped by every Sponsor/Exhibitor they meet. Once you’ve filled your Blackout Bingo card, you will be entered into a prize draw.

12:00 Presentation:
Speaker: Soenke Moehr, Director Global Sales, Marketing & Communication, Puraglobe

12:20 Presentation: Overview of the Global Bio-lubricant market: Opportunities and Challenges
Speaker: Sharbel Luzuriaga, Project Manager, Kline Energy

13:00 On-stage interview with Richard Tucker, General Manager Commercial and Industry Fuels and Lubricants Technology, Shell
• What are the challenges of becoming an innovative lubricant supplier?
• What does leadership in lubricants look like?
Interviewer: Carl Larry, Markets Specialist, Thomson Reuters

Afternoon Sessions

13:30 Lunch
Roundtables: the interactive roundtables are limited to 10 people. Those who share similar interests or responsibilities will have the opportunity to discuss the latest market trends and opportunities in a more informal environment.
* Please be advised that roundtable topics will be based on popular demand. These will take place during the first and last 30 minutes of the lunch break (13:30-14:00 & 14:30-15:00).

• Roundtable 1: HDMO (Heavy Duty Motor Oils, engine oil for lorries, marine oils)
• Roundtable 2: PCMO/MCO (Passenger Car Motor Oils/Motorcycle Oils)
• Roundtable 3: PO (Process Oils)
• Roundtable 4: Hydraulic Fluids
• Roundtable 5: GIO (General Industrial Oils)
• Roundtable 6: IEO (Industrial Engine Oils)
• Roundtable 7: MWF (Metalworking Fluids)
• Roundtable 8: Greases

15:00 Session: Evaluating trends in lubricants markets in Central and Eastern European markets Panellist:
• Akos Nemesnyik, Lubricant product development and technical support manager, MOL-LUB
• Andrzej, Chodyniecki, President of the Board of Director, GQOIL Innovation Europe
• Milen Boychev, Board Member , Prista Oil

16:15 Presentation: Base Oils and Lubricants Export and Import Routes: Logistics, Transportation, Storage, and Trading
• What export/import routes are the most important and commercially-viable today?
• Customs and tariff regulation
• Best practice in bulk liquid supply chain logistics
• Trading: where do the opportunities for base oils and lubricants in trading in Europe lie? Which should you avoid?
Speaker: Matthias Bombe, General Manager, Braid Logistics Germany

16:35 – 17:20 Afternoon refreshments
Networking activity: Carpet croquet – Test your precision and patience with a friendly game of carpet croquet.

Parallel streams: With two parallel streams on offer, you can select to attend specific presentations of interest, then lean-in, and have in-depth conversations with your peers.

Parallel stream A: Bio –Based Lubricants

• Bio-Based Lubricants – Are These the Future?
• How do you see performance of EALs vs conventional lubricants in the field? What is the future direction of environmental solutions?
• What are the commercial and regulatory considerations?
• Mike Peters, Technical Support Manager, SIP
• Mark Embleton, Lubricant Specialist, Maersk Oil Trading Lubricants A/S
• John Eastwood, Global Marketing Manager, Croda Europe
• Ronan Rocle, Business Development Manager, Global Bioenergies

Parallel stream B: Global Industry Prospective

• Doing Business In Iran – Speaker: Elham Hassanzadeh, Managing Director, Energy Pioneers
• The Middle East base oils production landscape: present and future perspectives – Speaker: Senior representative, Bapco (Bahrain Petroleum Company)
Russia’s role in meeting demand for Group III base oils
• Update on recent upgrades to boost production of Group III base oils
• Recent changes in export flow
• Quality, Price and Competiveness – how do Russian Base Oils fair?
• Base Oils market updates from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Belarus – Speaker: Denis Varaksin, Director, Base Oils and Slack Waxes, DYM Resources
Q&A with Mikhail Ilyinov, Head of Base Oils, LLC RN-Lubricants Rosneft

Evening Networking

18:35 – 19:35 Drinks reception & bingo- get to know your colleagues better by participating in a fun game of bingo. Once completed, participants will have the chance to win a prize.
20:00 Dinner

Day two 30th November 2018


08:00 Welcome Coffee

08:30 Networking activity: Speed networking – this is your opportunity to mix and mingle with your peers. You’ll be given a brief amount of time with each participant to have a chat and build your network.

09:00 Parallel streams: With two parallel streams on offer, you can select to attend specific presentations of interest, then lean-in, and have in-depth conversations with your peers.

Parallel stream A: Industrial Lubricants

Chair’s welcome

09:10 On-stage interview with Dr Anders Pettersson, Global Lubricant Coordinator, Volvo Construction Equipment – Heavy Duty Lubricants for Heavy Duty Business:
• Lubricants for heavy duty business: what are the challenges in today’s market?
• New HD specifications
• Tailor made oil or “Off the shelf”: why develop own lubricants specification as an OEM?
• Drivers and trends for heavy duty lubricants
Interviewer: Carl Larry, Markets Specialist, Thomson Reuters

09:40 Presentation: Lubricating grease and sustainability
Speaker: Alireza Askari, Global Key Account Manager, Axel Christiernsson

10:25 Presentation: Metalworking fluids (MWF) Emulsion Stability – The Right Base Oil Solvency is the Key to Stable Coolant Emulsions
• Base oil solvency is critical for emulsion (Coolant) stability
• Emulsion droplet size distribution correlated well to emulsion stability
• The change of droplet size distribution over time is a good predictor of emulsion stability
• Naphthenic oils display superior emulsion stability due to their high solvency and density
Speaker: Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Lubricants Advisor, Nynas AB

11:10 Morning refreshments
Networking activity: Business Card Contest – we want to see you build your network and contact list as much as possible. We are offering a prize to whoever manages to collect the most business cards over the two days.

11:55 Presentation: Applications of modern tribotesting for industrial lubricants
Speaker: Ameneh Schneider, Tribology Application Consultant, Optimol Instruments

12:40 Presentation: Marine two-stroke engines and lubrication: current and future needs
Speaker: Julia Svensson, Research Engineer, Fuel & Lube R&D, Marine Low Speed MAN Diesel & Turbo

13:25 Lunch
Roundtables: the interactive roundtables are limited to 10 people. Those who share similar interests or responsibilities will have the opportunity to discuss the latest market trends and opportunities in a more informal environment.
* Please be advised that roundtable topics will be based on popular demand. These will take place during the first and last 30 minutes of the lunch break (13:25-13:50 & 14:25-14:55).

Roundtable 1: Europe (encompassing Central and Eastern Europe)
Roundtable 2: CIS & Russia
Roundtable 3: Middle East

14:55 Presentation: Synthetic base stock of choice for industrial and marine lubricants
• High viscosity PAOs unlocking potential opportunities as shear stable VI Improvers
Speaker: Michel Sanchez-Rivas, PAO Market Development Manager, INEOS Oligomers

15:40 End of stream A

Parallel stream B: Automotive Lubricants

Chair’s welcome

09:10 On stage interview with Simon Mason, Owner, Kemat Polybutenes (Interview topic: tbc)
Interviewer: Nicky Thomas, Editor, Lube Magazine

09:40 Presentation: Standardized and accelerated additives, lubricant oils and greases research and development
Speaker: Michael Schneider, Senior Vice President Business Units Life Science & Materials Science, Chemspeed Technologies

10:25 On-stage interview with Dr Manfred Schuckert, Head of Automotive Regulatory Strategy, Emissions and Safety, Commercial Vehicles, Daimler
Interviewer: Nicky Thomas, Editor, Lube Magazine

10:55 Morning refreshments
Networking activity: Business Card Contest Business card contest – we want to see you build your network and contact list as much as possible. We are offering a prize to whoever manages to collect the most business cards over the two days.

11:40 Presentation: What does the future hold for electric / hybrid cars in Europe?
• Moving from crude – derived fuels towards electricity – why not?
• Gasoline, diesel, conventional hybrid, plug-in hybrid or fully electric?
• Hybridization / electrification drivers
• Likely future scenarios
Speaker: Kari – Matti Elo, Director, STR TecOil

12:25 Presentation: Protecting European Engine Lubricant Quality Standards
• Assessing the European Engine Lubricant Quality Management System (EELQMS) and the ATIEL Code of Practice.
• Quality surveys ATIEL undertakes to assess levels of quality compliance among products in the market
Speaker: Peter Tjan, President, ATIEL

13:25 Lunch
Roundtables: the interactive roundtables are limited to 10 people. Those who share similar interests or responsibilities will have the opportunity to discuss the latest market trends and opportunities in a more informal environment.
* Please be advised that roundtable topics will be based on popular demand. These will take place during the first and last 30 minutes of the lunch break (13:25-13:50 & 14:25-14:55).

Roundtable 1: Europe (encompassing Central and Eastern Europe)
Roundtable 2: CIS & Russia
Roundtable 3: Middle East
Roundtable 3: Middle East

14:40 Presentation: Spotlight on CEC (Coordinating European Council) – The Role of CEC in Developing Tests for the European Automotive Industry
• CEC role and organization
• Test development process
• Future plans
Speaker: Frank Stunnenberg, President, CEC

15:25 Presentation: title tbc
Speaker: Michael Jones, Sales Director – West Europe, MIddle East & Africa, Lanxess

16:10 End of stream B

Afternoon Sessions

16:30 Closing panel: join our speakers for an informal conversation where they will provide an event summary, discuss highlights and practical takeaways.
Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Advisor Lubricants, Nynas AB
Carl Larry, Markets Specialist, Thomson Reuters
Nicky Thomas, Editor, Lube Magazine

17:00 End of summit


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