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Among the speakers and honoured guests 2021

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Sergey
Mishin

General Director

Gazpromneft Moscow Lubricants Plant

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Anton
Matvienko

General Director

Gazpromneft-Terminal

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Aleksandr
Gribok

General Director

Afipka NPZ

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Igor
Zuga

CEO

Omskneftekhimproekt ONHP

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Igor
Lyashkov

Deputy Director

Scientific and Technical Center “Chimvest” Ministry of industry and trade Russia

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Marat
Usmanov

General Director

LUKOIL-Nizhegorodniinefteproekt

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Dokka
Zakaev

Manager in the Oil Refining Department

Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation

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Maksim
Murashko

General Director

Novorossyisk Fuel Oil Terminal

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Vladimir
Dubok

Director of the Department for Development and New Technologies

Titan Group

Sponsors and Partners 2021

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Highlights 2021:

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ONSITE VISIT TO AFIPKA NPZ

Delegates will see active phase of plant modernisation. To become one of the most advanced refineries in the country Afipka NPZ plans to update the following facilities: hydrocracking complex, utilities, hydrogen unit, sulphur unit, delayed coking unit, treatment facilities

*Number of participation passes is limited Contact the organising committee to learn about participation terms and conditions.

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Presentations of the flagship investment projects

for construction and modernisation of O&G processing and chemical facilities to be developed in 2021-2030 in Russia and the CIS

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Strategic session for industry leaders

Government officials, O&G companies, project initiators will discuss development prospects and goals of oil and gas processing and petrochemical industry

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From strategy to tactics – digital transformation of production

Digitisation is a vital tool to stay competitive, which in its turn is one of the major tasks in the industry today. Industry leaders, CTOs and directors of innovations from oil refineries, gas processing plants and petrochemical facilities in Russia and the CIS will discuss development of digital solutions allowing to reach a completely new level

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Case-studies successful project for construction and modernisation:

planning, design, selection of contractors and licensors, suppliers of equipment and services, peculiarities of tendering, project development by the schedule, risks at design and implementation phases

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Efficiency enhancement strategies of operating facilities:

Effective plant management, maintenance and service life prolongation, energy efficiency, digitisation of production processes, quality improvement, solutions for water treatment, import substitution and a lot more

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Discussion for CTOs

– ask you burning questions to peers from Russia and the CIS

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25+ hours of business and informal networking!

B2B meetings, business lunches, coffee breaks, cocktail reception, and more

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Technology in action!!

Technology-focus presentations and exclusive exhibition of innovative technologies, equipment, service for O&G industry. Refining technologies, advancing of feedstock processing, petrochemicals quality improvement. Localisation and uptake of foreign technology and design specifications

Onsite Visit to Afipka NPZ 2021

Afipka NPZ is one of the largest oil refineries in Russia. Today production process consists of two crude oil distillation units with overall capacity of 6.25 million tonnes of oil per annum, the complex of residual oil vacuum distillation and tar visbreaking including three technological units: residual oil vacuum distillation, tar visbreaking and free sulphur production with granulating block, and off-site facilities.

The oil is supplied by both railways and Transneft’s pipelines in two ways.

Mid-term development concept has been established for the refinery. The concept implies the number of technological facilities:

- The first phase: completion of hydro cracking unit building, construction of off-site facilities, deep conversion complex, crude oil distillation complex, gasoline stabilizer unit, included in the deep conversion complex.

- The second phase implies deep conversion complex facilities construction: delayed coking unit, coking distillate treatment unit, amine regeneration unit, sour water stripping unit, modernisation of hydro cracking unit.

Timeframes:

• Phase 1 – 2022;
• Phase 2 – 2023.

Completion of Phase 1 will allow to increase the output of light petroleum products significantly, especially class 5 diesel fuel (sulphur content not exceeding 10 ppm).

Outcomes of Phase 2: deeper oil refining compared to the best industry figures (over 98%), further growing of light petroleum products’ share, almost complete cessation of fuel oil production (only for inhouse needs).

*the number of passes for the Onsite Visit is limited. Contact the Organiser to learn more.