Argus Asia-Pacific and Middle East Bitumen 2016

Argus Asia-Pacific and Middle East Bitumen 2016
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Oct 11, 2016 09:00 AM to
Oct 13, 2016 02:00 PM

Details

This year we have decided to go beyond the standard to offer delegates a dual-stream conference delivering up to date information on bitumen trade and technology innovation.

New Features for 2016

Exhibition Space Expanded by 50% - New layout and set-up
Because of increased exhibit space demand, we will be dedicating a larger area to accommodate the exhibitors. We are also offering shell scheme stands at our exhibition this year.

A dual-stream conference - Trade and technical sessions
This year we have decided to go beyond the standard to offer delegates a dual-stream conference. The new technical stream offers insights into the latest technical options available for refiners to enhance their production of bitumen to grade specification, as well as the current market trends and demand outlook for modified bitumen.

Roundtable Sessions - Expert-led discussions
Led by a roundtable leader, group members will be able to engage in in-depth discussions, meeting colleagues with similar interests. This is an ideal format for learning, professional exchange and networking.

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/62204-0

Price
Early bird rate: USD 1900
Standard : USD 2200

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas

More information about this event…

Marina Bay Sands and Convention Centre Singapore, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971, Singapore
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