Platts 9th Annual European Refining Summit

Platts 9th Annual European Refining Summit
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Sep 17, 2015 08:00 AM to
Sep 18, 2015 05:00 PM

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Uniquely positioned for Europe's leading refiners, traders, regulators, logistics providers and other industry stakeholders, Platts Conferences has sourced over 30 expert industry speakers to gather for frank discussion and unrivalled debate.
This will include how to realign operations and products to changing markets to offer sustainable solutions for European refineries.
What to expect at our 2015 European Refining Summit:
Investigate economic megatrend: Are there green shoots of recovery?
Assess the European challenge: how can refineries innovate and adapt to meet shifting demand trends?
Outline the challenges and opportunities from Russia, Middle East, Africa, Asia, US and Latin America
Debate oil price and improved margins vs overcapacity and rationalization – what's the reality?
Examine the implications of the latest environmental and energy regulations
Explore jet fuel, diesel, gasoline and bunker fuel developments and challengesSee how relationships between petrochemicals companies and refiners can be tightened
Reveal the latest best practices on raising finance and exploring any possible MandAs
and much more
'Excellent quality of speakers, as usual. The most informative conference for the refining industry' - Massimo Vacca, Saras

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