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DOWNSTREAM CASPIAN AND CENTRAL ASIA

28 – 30 November   |   Baku, Azerbaijan
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THE ENTIRE CASPIAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN DOWNSTREAM SECTOR IN ONE ROOM

Our flagship Downstream Caspian & Central Asia conference is the region’s number one event of such scale and geographical coverage with the high-level strategic agenda that includes all aspects of refining and petrochemical industry and provides in-depth analysis of market dynamics, overview of major mega-projects and latest technologies in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan.

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EVERYONE & EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT REFINING AND PETROCHEMICALS IN CENTRAL ASIA

In 2016 the highly successful conference took place in the capital of Kazakhstan, the city of Astana. Over the past four years with the official support of the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan and KazEnergy Association, the Downstream Central Asia conference has become a must-attend gathering for anyone working or interested to work in this region.

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AVEVA SEMINAR

Aveva Seminar Baku

During the seminar you will be able to learn how digital asset approach can help you transform your business, save efforts, reduce expenses and increase your productivity in general. The seminar will be of interest both to engineering & design companies and to Owner Operators. Among the presentations that you will hear we can enumerate:

  • Digitalize. Visualize. Realize. New era in project execution
  • Laser scanning opportunities
  • Information management strategy
  • Contract risk management AVEVA ProCon
  • Customer sharing best practice: SOCAR presentations

TECHNICAL SITE VISIT

We are proud to be partnering with SOCAR to feature, as part of the conference, a technical site visit to Heydar Aliyev Baku Oil Refinery and Sumgait Petrochemical Complex. Baku Refinery is one of the region’s largest refineries located within the city of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, while the petrochemical complex is only 30 km away from the capital.

We advise early registration – spaces for a technical site visit are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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