398 attendees, over 250 companies from 44 countries
Over 50 speakers representing 36 companies
10 dedicated networking sessions + 2 conference cocktail receptions
500+ tweets and social media posts
Acquired by S&P Global Platts in 2016, the 33rd Annual Asia Pacific Petroleum Conference (APPEC 2017) is the leading oil and gas conference in the pan-Asian region. Since the inaugural event in 1985, APPEC has grown to become one of Asia’s most important oil industry forums and has served as a focal point for the exchange of ideas and business networking in the Asia-Pacific and global oil trading communities.
Jens Kaatze, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Product Management, Covestro
Colin Chua, Commercial Director, SECCO
Chul-Jin Kim, President, SK Advanced
Martin Laudenbach, President, Asia Pacific, Solvay
Matt Gray, Vice President Commercial Asia Pacific, DSM
John Archer, Feedstocks Business Development Manager, INEOS
Rajesh Rawat, Vice President - Petrochemical Cracker Business, Reliance Industries
The petrochemical industry in Asia is undergoing game-changing shifts in feedstock diversity, new technologies and emerging markets, which in turn, are changing critical demand and supply requirements for products.
However, all these developments are only part of the story – and market participants are asking how can industry players re-strategize and remain competitive in the midst of these changing trends?
An overview of investment and development of infrastructure and bunkering standards
Impact of oil prices on the regional shipping and storage industry
What are companies doing to manage sulphur cap limits – do we see a sulphur cap reality?
How will the green agenda transform the shipping industry?
Assessing regional supply and demand dynamics
Assessing the potential for development of other fuels: biofuels, methanol and ethanol as marine fuels
The Platts 1st Annual Bunkering & Storage Asia will bring together oil companies, traders, refiners, operational heads and commercial managers from bunker suppliers, shipping companies and terminals, storage owners and technology, construction and maintenance service providers from across Asia and the globe, to discuss the major issues facing the bunker and storage industry.
Jean-Jacques Mosconi, Senior Vice President Refining and Petrochemicals for Orient, Total
Ryan Krogmeier, Vice President of Crude Supply and Trading, Chevron
Giacomo Rispoli, Executive Vice President Portfolio Management & Supply and Licensing - Refining & Marketing & Chemicals, Eni
Kaushik Deb, Senior Economist, BP
Maria Victoria Zingoni, Executive Managing Director of Downstream, Repsol
David Cherrett, Chief Commodity Strategist, Noble Group
Luan Bo, Vice President and General Manager, Shandong Chambroad
Chansin Treenuchagron, Senior Executive Vice President Petrochemicals & Refining Business Unit, PTT
Antony Francis, Assistant Vice President - Refining and Marketing Business, Reliance Industries
Saied Mahjoubi, Director for Coordination and Supervision on Production, National Iranian Oil Refining & Distribution Company (NIORDC)
The Asian refining sector has experienced the most dramatic shift in prices and products over the last 12 months. Amidst a global glut of refined products, oil refiners are grappling with refining margins that have plunged to five-year lows.
Going into the rest of 2017, what does this mean for Asian and global downstream dynamics and product trade evolution, and how can industry players achieve value in the midst of volatile market conditions?
Hear from New & Existing LNG Players from Across the Globe:
Seah Moon Ming, Group Chief Executive Officer, Pavilion Energy
Yu Teraoka, Deputy Director, Oil & Gas Division, Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry, Japan (METI)
Philip Olivier, President, ENGIE Global LNG
Roger Bounds, Vice President of Global Gas, Royal Dutch Shell
Prabhat Singh, MD & CEO, Petronet LNG
Andrew Walker, VP Strategy, Cheniere
Hiroki Sato, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Fuel Transactions Officer, JERA Co.Inc.
Hendra Jaya, President Director, Pertamina Gas
Spearheaded by an industry-led Steering Committee and featuring the CWC Trading Exchange and the CWC Asia Pacific LNG Innovation Award, CWC is excited to announce its 8th Annual World LNG & Gas Series: Asia Pacific Summit.
Back in its rightful place alongside the Singapore Grand Prix, the F1’s first ever night race, come to the emerging LNG hub of Asia Pacific to meet the key buyers, sellers and traders in the region and find out the answers to some of the industry’s most burning questions.
Promoting and developing best practice and innovation in the Asian nitrogen industry
Asian Nitrogen + Syngas, now in its fith year, is the region’s premier technical event for the nitrogen, syngas and methanol industries. CRU Events are delighted to return to Jakarta, Indonesia, the heart of South East Asia’s nitrogen industry.
Fresh, frozen, live, processed, value-added seafood and seafood-related services.
Seafood Expo Asia 2016 – Seafood Expo Asia is the premium seafood marketplace for Asia, offering companies a unique chance to meet with qualified buyers in the Asian seafood market. The event attracts over 8,700 buyers and suppliers of fresh and frozen seafood products, equipment and services from around the world.
Seafood Expo Asia is the way to reach China and the rest of Asia. The event is located in Hong Kong, an essential location due to its duty free port status and accessibility.
◾ Near-Term Plenty, Long-Term Risk: Market Outlooks in an Era of Abundance
◾ South and Southeast Asia: Emerging Giants in Global Energy Markets
◾ Implications of Low Oil Prices on Post Paris Climate Ambitions
◾ Tackling Water Insecurity for Sustainable Development
◾ The Road to Urbanization: Smart Cities, Efficient Transportation, and Cleaner Air
◾ The Future of Energy Demand
◾ Realities and Aspirations for Balancing Coal, Gas, and Nuclear Energy Options
◾ Closing the Investment Gap: Financing Energy and Environmental Targets
The 2016 Pacific Energy Summit, “Sustainable Futures: Energy and Environmental Security in Times of Transition,” will be held in Singapore, from June 22 to 24, 2016. The Summit convenes an exclusive group of 200 leaders from government, business, and research organizations to address how countries in the Asia-Pacific can embrace the opportunity provided by energy abundance to deepen cooperation toward collaborative and sustainable energy and environmental policies for the long term.