CIS Gaschem

partners_2017_engNatural gas is unquestionably the energy resource of the 21st century. For many years, chemical processing of natural gas and APG has been an important aspect of oil and gas industry development in the world. The low gas prices necessitated producing countries to start looking at natural gas as a major feedstock for a number of chemicals. Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan are some of the world’s leading producers of primary energy resources, and are especially well known for its huge project potential on converting gas into high-margin products including liquid fuels, petrochemicals and fertilisers. 

The CIS Gas Monetisation conference is the leading international platform that brings together a prime audience of senior executives from major chemical and gas processing companies like Sibur, Gazprom, Turkmengaz, Turkmenkhimya, Lukoil, Rosneft, Eurochem, Baltic Gas Chemical Company, National Chemical Group, United Chemical Company (Kazakhstan), Baltic Urea Plant, Amur Gas Chemical Complex and presents and analyses the most economic and profitable ways of natural gas utilisation by converting it into diverse value-added products.

The event is traditionally co-located with the CIS Petrochemicals conference.

“It was one of the best conferences I have attended in several years: in terms of the level of the participants, topicality of the presentations, and the opportunities for business contacts “.

Key topics in 2017:

  • The Global Gas Market: key developments, trends and forecasts
  • Overview of major projects in the gas processing and gas to chemicals sector in Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan
  • Gas as fertiliser feedstock: ammonia and derivatives production. Methanol plants in Russia and CIS
  • Innovative methane technologies: synthesis gas, methanol, ammonia, motor fuels. Ensuring high outputs and flexibility of production by conversion of methanol to olefins technology (MTO)
  • Synthetic fuels production (Fischer-Tropsch Process): does smaller scale GTL still make sense in a low-oil price world? GTL construction projects advancement in Russia and Central Asia
  • Development of new catalysts and catalytic systems

Any questions?

If you need any additional information, you are interested to speak at the conference, or you would like to preliminarily discuss the format of your participation and possible involvement, do not hesitate to contact:

Artem Kim
Project Director
T: +44 203 567 1347