Diary: ICIS Conferences

25 June 2007 00:00  [Source: ICB]

MARICHEM MIDDLE EAST 2007

Organised by Lloyd's Register Fairplay and ICIS

3-4 September

Venue Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Email joanne.fisher@icis.com

BIOFUELS 2007 - A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

An ICIS-Kline conference

19-20 September

Venue The Westin Hotel, St Louis, Missouri, US

Email michelle.fagan@icis.com

The 25TH ANNUAL PETROCHEMICAL Conference

17-18 October

Venue The Houstonian Hotel, Houston, Texas, US

Email amy.ferguson@icis.com

The 4th ICIS Middle Eastern Base Oils AND Lubricants Conference

23-24 October

Venue The Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai

Email heather.robson@icis.com

The 6TH ICIS WORLD OLEOCHEMICALS CONFERENCE

23-24 October

Venue Brussels, Belgium

Email michelle.fagan@icis.com

ICIS CHINA POLYURETHANES CONFERENCE

14-15 November

Venue Shanghai, China

Email joanne.fisher@icis.com

The 6th European Aromatics & Derivatives Conference

Organised by ICIS & International eChem

14-15 November

Venue The Radisson SAS Park Lane Hotel, Antwerp, Belgium

Email sharon.hart@icis.com

THE 14TH EUROPEAN FINE CHEMICALS CONFERENCE

20-21 November

Venue Park Hyatt, Hamburg, Germany

Email kelly.farley@icis.com

THE 3RD ICIS PAN-AMERICAN BASE OILS AND LUBRICANTS CONFERENCE

29-30 November

Venue The Marriott New York Financial Center Hotel, New York, US

Email heather.robson@icis.com

THE 1ST ICIS HR IN CHEMICALS CONFERENCE

11-12 December

Venue Brussels, Belgium

Email amy.ferguson@icis.com

ICIS is committed to providing highly informative and timely conferences. Extensive research is carried out to ensure that each programme delivers the information you need. We source speakers who have the appropriate expertise and experience to deliver quality papers.

As the chemical industry is international, we hold our conferences all over the world. We recognise the importance of networking for our delegates and hold our events in surroundings conducive to business and relaxation.

There are opportunities to promote your firm by sponsoring conferences or booking stands. ICIS training courses bring clarity and focus to understanding the petrochemical business. They explain key concepts and fundamentals that drive the petrochemical markets, enabling you to increase your knowledge of the business and understand the bigger picture.

ICIS training's successful seminar, Petrochemicals - A Beginner's Course, is aimed at newcomers to the industry as well as those in organisations that service this sector. The one-day course explains the fundamental relationship between oil/gas, petrochemicals and the everyday products we purchase and consume. The next planned courses are listed below.

In addition, ICIS training, working with leading chemical consultants, offers tailor-made training packages for organisations to assist in their understanding of the chemical industry. Interactive workshops can be structured to focus on issues of specific interest to the client.

Petrochemicals - A Beginner's Course

An introduction to the industry

11 September Prague, Czech Republic15 October Houston, Texas, US

18 October Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US6 November Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Petrochemicals - The Next Level Part II

A deeper understanding of market dynamics, costs, pricing and profitability

12 September Prague, Czech Republic

16 October Houston, Texas, US

7 November Amsterdam, the Netherlands

For a full listing of the conferences diary, go to www.icis.com or fax: +44 20 8652 3482. For seminars, go to www.icis.com/training, or contact Amy Ferguson on tel: +44 20 8652 8373, or email: amy.ferguson@icis.com

Please contact Ken Walford for further details on tel: +44 20 8652 3363, fax: +44 20 8652 8919 or email: ken.walford@icis.com








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