The Asian Refining Technology Conference (ARTC): The meeting place for the Asian refining and petrochemical industry

Global Technology Forum (GTF) is delighted to be returning to Singapore in 2014 for the Asia leg of our global portfolio of refining and petrochemical conferences - the ARTC 17th Annual Meeting.

Singapore presents a central hub for the downstream refining sector supported by the first class shipping and trading strengths of the Lion City. The industry has seen some interesting challenges in recent times with US shale discoveries changing the supply picture and China becoming the world's number one oil importer, all increasing pressure on refinery margins. The time for improved efficiency in refining operations, diversifying product lines and taking the lead with innovative technologies has never been as important for refineries in Asia.

Leading refineries and petrochemical companies from around the region that are attending the ARTC 17th Annual Meeting include:

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ARTC's commitment to industry needs continues, delivering a 2-day conference programme featuring the most relevant technical content and market related data for the region.

The content is supported through an independent and operator led grading process, conducted by the ARTC Advisory Board who review and advise on the technical papers we receive for the conference.

The programme for the ARTC 17th Annual Meeting is now LIVE - View the programme here!

We once again we will be bringing together senior refining and petrochemical professionals from the region and beyond to discuss the latest technological developments, regulatory changes and operational challenges facing the downstream sector.

To find out how your organisation could benefit from sponsoring or exhibiting at ARTC Annual Meetings please contact - Eliot Morton | T: +44 (0)207 316 9832 | E: Eliot.Morton@gtforum.com

We look forward to seeing you in Singapore.

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