Refining India

18-19 September 2017, Lalit Hotel, New Delhi

2017 Programme


 

17th September 2017 Pre-Conference Seminars

 

18th September 2017 Day One

0800 — 0845

Registration and Networking Tea

0845 — 1030

Plenary Session

0845 — 0900

Inaugural Address

Sanjiv Singh, Director (Refineries)

IOCL

0900 — 0930

Keynote Address I:

Residue Upgrading – Options and Economics

Rajiv Narang, Director – Process Economics Program

Gajendra Kumar, Associate Director – Process Economics Program

IHS Markit, Process Economics Program, India

0930 — 1000

Keynote Address II:

Refining Challenges in a BS-VI Ultra Low Sulfur Gasoline World

Ashish Logani, Process Technology

Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd

1000 — 1030

Vote of Thanks

1030 — 1100

Networking Tea

Sponsored by Johnson Matthey Process Technologies

1100 — 1315

Session I: Opportunity Crudes Processing
Chairman:

1100 — 1130

Benefits of Crude Oil Management for Successful Heavy Crude Processing

George Duggan, Director, Refinery and Petrochemical Technology

Baker Hughes

1130 — 1200

Operational Flexibility & Availability: Process Any Crude Oil with Confidence

Manish Joshi, Engineering Manager – Emerging Technologies

Jeffrey A. Zurlo, Global Marketing Strategy – Refining

GE Water & Process Technologies

1200 — 1230

Processing Waxy Opportunity Crudes

Dr. Werner Reimann, Global Marketing Manager

Clariant

1230 — 1300

IOCL R&D Refinery

Guwahati Refinery Case Study of INA Dept G Technology

1300 — 1315

Q & A

1315 — 1415

Networking Lunch

Sponsored by Johnson Matthey Process Technologies

1415 — 1630

Session II : Energy Efficiency

1415 — 1445

Raising Energy Efficiency to Enhance Refining Margin and Curtail Carbon Footprint

Chiranjib Haldar, Process and Technology Delhi Operating Centre

Technip India Limited

1445 — 1515

Raising Energy Efficiency and Meeting Climate Change Targets

Johnson Matthey Process Technologies

1515 — 1545

Optimize Process Parameters, Flow Schemes and Equipment Design to Reduce Refinery Emissions

EIL

1545 — 1615

Unveiling Your Plant’s Energy Saving Potential

Nicolas Menet, Consulting Services Sales Manager Performance Programs Business Unit

Axens

1615 — 1630

Q & A

1630 — 1700

Networking Tea

Sponsored by Johnson Matthey Process Technologies

1700 — 1845

Session III:  Fuels Production I  

1700 — 1730

Liquid Phase Hydrotreating Technology for Diesel

Dr XU Youming, Regional Representative – Technology & Marketing – SINOPEC Hong Kong Representative Office

China Petrochemical Technology Co Ltd (SINOPEC TECH)

1730 — 1800

Integrating Petrochemicals & Fuels: Monetizing the Intermediates with Deep Chemical Conversion

Sushree Chaudhuri, Process Engineering

Fluor India

1800 — 1830

TBA

ExxonMobil

1830 — 1845

Q & A followed by End of Day One

 

19th September 2017 Day Two

0800 — 0845

Networking Tea

0845 — 1030

Session IV: IIOT

0845 — 0915

The Digital Twin: Real and Gaining Ground

Shree Dandekar, Vice President & General Manager – Honeywell Connected Plant

Honeywell

0915 — 0945

IIOT Making Financial Impact in Refineries

Emerson

0945 — 1015

The Dawn of Artificial Intelligence – Foreseeing manufacturing in the Cognitive Era

Nandini Natarajan, Research Analyst

Frost & Sullivan

1015 — 1030

Q & A

1030 — 1100

Networking Tea

1100 — 1315

Session V:  Fuels Production II

1100 — 1130

Reliable Vacuum Column Operating Pressure

Peter R Corbelli, Senior Application Engineer

Graham Corporation

1130 — 1200

How ReZel FCC Technology Maximization in VGO Cracking

Jayden Yin, Overseas Marketing Director

ReZel Catalysts Corp

1200 — 1230

Reformer Tubes in a Steam Methane Reformer

Antonin Steckmeyer, Senior Engineer – Metallurgy & Technical Support

Manoir Industries

1230 — 1300

New Vistas in Fluid Catalytic Cracking Technology

HPCL R&D Centre

1300 — 1315

Q & A

1315 — 1415

Networking Lunch

1415 — 1600

Session VI: Delayed Coker Operations

1415 — 1445

Safe Delayed Coker Feed

Delta Valve

1445 — 1515

Improving Delayed Coker Furnace Run Length with Proprietary Flux Profile

Dr Niaz Mustafa, Senior Vice President – Commercial

Heurtey Petrochem (Axens)

1515 — 1545

Delayed Coking Updates for Maximising Bottom of the Barrel Conversion

Srini Srivatsa, Director – Coking Technology

Amec Foster Wheeler

1545 — 1600

Q & A

1600 — 1630

Networking Tea

1630 — 1815

Session V: Contaminants & Corrosion

1630 — 1700

Reliable Trace Contaminant Monitoring in Refinery & Petrochemical Processes

Sudheesh Sudhakaran, Manager – Marketing (Nucleonic & Gas Analytical)

Endress & Hauser (India) Pvt Ltd

1700 — 1730

Material Solution for Heater Tubes with High Resistance to Polythionic Acid together with Napthenic Acid Corrosion in Refinery Environments

Shabareesh Nair, Sr Manager – Sales & Marketing

Tubacex India Pvt Ltd

1730 — 1800

Desalting Operations for Opportunity Crudes

Vijay Beleri

Dr Isis E Mejias, Sales/Process Manager Process Technologies

Forum Energy Technologies

1800 — 1815

Chairman’s Final Summing Up & Vote of Thanks followed by End of Conference