India's automobile industry has seven years to upgrade to the Bharat Stage-V emission norms. An expert committee, tasked by the petroleum ministry to suggest standards and timelines for switching to higher quality fuel and emission norms in the country, has recommended upgrade to the intermediate BS-IV+ norms across India by April 1, 2017 followed by introduction of BS-V fuel on April 1, 2021 if fresh investments are made.
In an attempt to focus on the importance of adopting these norms, Cerebral Business Research is organizing a one day conference on "MODERNISATION OF INDIAN REFINERIES: Efficacy of Graduation to Bharat Norms-VISION 2020 on December 12, 2014, New Delhi". The conference plans to bring together industry veterans on this platform to understand the importance and urgent need of the Bharat Fuel Norms and the actions required from the industry segment to meet the deadline of achievement of the BS fuel norms.
» Initiatives taken by the Government and the Oil Industry for upgrading Auto Fuel Quality.
» Improvement in the quality of fuel vis-à-vis improvement in vehicle engine technology.
» Looking at the Investment needed to meet BS IV and BS V Quality Needs
» Assessing the Incremental Operating Costs for BS IV And BS V Fuels
» Upcoming technologies for reducing sulphur content in gasoline
» Achieving maximum upgrading potential from flexible hydrocracker and hydro treatment technology
» Building New Generation Refineries
» Need for standardized fuel across the country
» Global experience and developments on Auto Fuel standards.
» Overhaul and modernisation of the existing production facilities
» Fuel standards and roadmap for BS V & BS VI to 2025.
» Fuel efficiency of India’s Road transportation vehicles
The program is spanned across various sessions like:
» Overview of Refinery sector in India
» Technological Challenges & Way Forward
» Modern Oil & Gas Refinery and Petrochemical Industry: Innovative Technologies and Equipment Case Studies
» Roadmap to BS V fuel Norms
» Government and Regulatory Perspective
A MUST ATTEND FOR
» Refinery Operators
» International Oil and Gas Companies
» Gas Producers (National and International)Gas Producers
» Gas Marketers and Traders Petrochemical Operators
» EPC companies
» Technology / Solutions Provider
» Financial Institutions
» Equipment Suppliers
» Regulatory Bodies
» Equity Research / Stock Broking Companies
» Educational / Training Institutes
» Consulting and Legal Firms
INR 20,000 per delegate. (12.36% service tax)
10% discount for
Group of 3 executives from the same organization
15% discount for
Group of 5 from the same organization
15% discount for
Group of 7 or more from the same organization
We are also keen on exploring various exhibiting and sponsoring options with Haldor Topsoe coupled with various marketing, branding and speaking opportunity deliverables.
We look forward to your active participation in our endeavour.
Best Regards, Komal Sharma Production Head- Conferences Cerebral Business Research +91-11-41751011, +91-9953587302 firstname.lastname@example.org
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