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PRC Europe 2019: is the level that high?
21 March 2019 , 14:48Neftegaz.RU1133
Budapest, Hungary, March 21 - Neftegaz.RU. Petrochemical and Refining Congress Europe will take place on May 20-21 in Budapest, Hungary. Annual closed-door Congress has always received top-industry companies, but this year the number of key players is higher than ever.
“The program is completely full - says Regina Chislova, the PRC Europe Director. - It means that you can check all the speakers and their topics now, it’s all confirmed.”
The list is indeed impressive - MOL Group, Total, Equinor, Eni, OMV, ADNOC, Petrofac, ExxonMobil, Axens, Chevron Lummus Global, KBR, Wood, Flour, EU Commission, FuelsEurope - to mention a few. Request a full list: https://bit.ly/2ETlt8g
Companies who attend the Congress are those that shape the future of energy. This is exactly what Molly Morris, Vice President Product and Liquids Trading at Equinor, will be talking about at the plenary session.
“We have discussions today, that we couldn’t have had five or ten years ago, points out Bjarte Bogsnes (Equinor). - One example is a discussion around target-setting. Many organizations are on autopilot when it comes to target-setting. They think if we measure something, there has to be a target. But target-setting’s connection reports problematic and often quite dysfunctional. So we’re having a discussion about can we operate with fewer targets when we have today, simply measure that we’re moving in the right direction and create motivation, create an understanding of the direction in other ways than with spelling out that the target is 29.2”.
To shape the future, you have to outline trends first. And here Eric Duchesne, Senior Vice President Manufacturing & Projects at Total, has things to say. Follow “Global Trends in Downstream and Current Challenges”, as seen by Total, at the plenary session. To join the business program: https://bit.ly/2EWRaNQ
Finally, not only cases but practice as well: Host Sponsor of PRC Europe, MOL Group, provides a guided visitation to the Danube Refinery. A limited number of delegates will go through the major production units and will be able to learn about recent modifications, future breakthroughs, that require high-quality planning with the knowledge and integral understanding of current operation.
Though the speakers and sponsors packages are all booked, you can still register as a delegate: https://bit.ly/2EWRaNQ
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