Petrochemical and Refining Congress Europe 2019 will take place on 20-21 May, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. Being focused on middle- and senior-level directors, it comprises two-day business program, focus exhibition and Danube Refinery Visitation (premises of MOL Group).
‘We have quite a portfolio of projects that we’d like to implement in the next few years, says David Pullan, Group Downstream Technology & Development VP at MOL Group. – ‘We believe that in the coming years there will be a reduction in demand for the fuels. We have to move away from that to a certain extent, and most of the projects will allow us do so.’
Participating in the Congress is an opportunity to talk to MOL Group representatives and to become a part of one of their projects to be implemented in the next few years. It also a place to meet other types of companies:
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‘There is a strong tendency among refiners to broaden the opportunities in terms of feedstock. There are different kinds of crude oil, and the capabilities of these materials differ a lot, reminds Regina Chislova, Project Director of PRC Europe 2019. - ‘For sure, it causes a great variety of problems because the treatment for every type of crude should be different, too’.
Flexible Refinery as a Refinery of the Future – one of the topics to be discussed by industry professionals. Business program will cover as well Low Carbon Future of the downstream, Residue Processing, Refinery 4.0 and others.
The Congress Organizer, BGS Group, is known as the organizer of closed-door congresses in Europe, including AUTOMA Congress, Midstream Oil and Gas Congress, Exploration and Production Offshore Congress Hub and some more.
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