Shell, Bayer, Tullow to speak at World Aromatics conference

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BrusselsNext month’s World Aromatics and Derivatives Conference in Brussels has a range of top-name speakers discussing key issues for the markets.

Co-organised as always with ICIS, it features:

Shell:  Global strategy manager Herbert Le Lorrain will present Shell’s new scenarios for the future, ‘Mountains and Oceans’

Bayer MaterialScience: New procurement head Christian Buhse will provide his first impressions of global benzene and toluene markets

Tullow Oil: Oil marketing manager Ben Holt will share the insights of this fast-growing company on the crude oil market

Styrolution:  Global product manager Brian Torrez will outline challenges and opportunities for the styrene market

Equipolymers: Commercial Director Antonello Ciotto will describe how the PET industry is meeting new requirements from brand managers

Avestra: CEO Adam Popov will provide an overview of Russia’s phenol/acetone market developments

In addition, Andrew Horncastle of leading consultants Booz & Co will describe the impact of latest refining industry developments on the aromatics markets.  Whilst Stewart Hardy of industry experts Nexant will review the outlook for the paraxylene chain.

The blog will also present two papers.  ‘Life as a by-product’ will look at the benzene outlook.  Whilst ‘Aromatics and Derivatives in the New Normal’ will discuss how age range and income levels will be key to future industry success.

Sponsored by Integra, the Conference has become a key event for the global industry, and provides an ideal networking opportunity.  Please click here for registration, and the full agenda.

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