Welcome to the 19th World Chlor-alkali Conference
Now, with falling oil prices reducing the cost advantages of US and Middle Eastern producers, the industry needs to consider how this changes the market dynamics. Equally, chlor-alkali and vinyls operations in highly oil-dependent countries may have been given a new lease of life.
Globally, economic growth expectations have been revised downwards for many of the derivatives markets, impacting on growth scenarios for the industry. And the revised deadline of the end of 2017 for conversion or shutdown of mercury capacity is forcing a flurry of activity amongst European producers.
The 19th World Chlor-alkali Conference addresses the key questions arising from these new dynamics. The carefully researched programme provides you with the latest market information and industry insights to ensure you are equipped to overcome the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities in the coming months and years.
The 2014 event boasted:
- 130+ industry professionals...
- ...from 92 companies...
- ...representing 31 countries worldwide
- 14 industry experts sharing their insights
- 15 highly focussed presentations
- 6+ networking hours
- All in 1.5 days!
And with even more delegates expected in Hong Kong in 2015, can you afford to miss the chlor-alkali industry's longest-running and highest profile gathering?
VP & GM, Chlor-alkali and Specialty PVCFORMOSA PLASTICS CORPORATION
VP Sales and Marketing, Chlor-alkali ProductsOLIN
Past President & Current Chairman (Technical Committee)ALKALI MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
General Manager Chlor-alkali and Vinyl, Europe and Latin AmericaDOW EUROPE
Head of Singapore OfficePÖYRY MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
Head of Caustic Soda Dept, Commercial DivisionRUSAL
Managing DirectorEnPro AS Norway
Managing DirectorBARCLAYS SECURITIES JAPAN
ConsultantJIANGYIN ANUO ELECTRODE COMPANY (CHINA)
Download your copy today to see:
- What's new for 2015
- Key topics
- List of companies that attended in 2014
- All the information you need to register your place
Do Lower Petroleum Prices
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