Cerebral Business Research is organizing the conference “Modernization of Indian refineries“, that will take place on the 27 th of February 2015 in Nuova Delhi.
MOIR 2015 will allow the principal producers that operate in the Oil & Gas markets to acquaint their products and services to the operators and to end users, in order to create new business opportunities.
The event represents an occasion to know the most actual technologies in the field of refinement and to match with the main decision makers of the sector.
The regulatory to adapt the Indian refineries to the regulation Bharat IV by 2017 and for the standards Bharat V by 2020, will give rise to a series of technological upgrades to the existing plants of at least 7-14 refineries, especially with regard to those of hydro crackers and hydro treatment. This will foster the emergence of quantifiable opportunities for about 6 million dollars, and the forum will constitute an ideal platform to explore and develop a network with decision makers of the Indian refineries.
Some of the key topics will include:
»Revamp & Turnarounds
»Process improvements and Advanced Technologies
»Improve the efficiency and optimize the operations
»Environmental questions and Advanced Technologies
»Security and risk
»Integration between refienry and petrochemical
»Build new generation refineries/EPC on Refinement
»Communication and technologies of monitoring
»Hydrotreating & Hydrocracking
»Other technical questions
The program is divided in the following sessions:
»Indian refinery sector overview
»Tehnological challenges and developments
»Oil & Gas and petrochemical: innovative technologies and modern plants
» Normativa BS V su carburante BS V regulations on fuel
»Government and regulatory perspective
»International Companies in the Oil & Gas industries
Registration fee: 20.000 INR (about 278 euros) for delegate (Service tax 12.36%).
Discount of 10% for groups of 3 directors of the same organization
Discount of 15% for groups of 5 people of the same organization.
Discount of 20% for groups of 7 people of the same organization.