The 21st ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Conference :: Base Oils Training - day 2 The 21st ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Conference :: Base Oils Training - day 2

Training Course: Base Oils Product Quality & Global Profitability 

14 February 2017 - Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London, United Kingdom

By attending the ICIS Base Oils Product Quality & Global Profitability Training Course, you will get a technical view of the qualities and measurements that describe base oils, and why they are necessary, as well as a look at various suppliers and qualities around the world. 
 
It will help you master the economics of base oils and global supply demand balances, enabling you to navigate the dynamic market.

Key topics covered in course:

  • Base oils product quality types
  • Base refinery profitability
  • Supply/demand forecast for base oils
  • Future trends for base oils

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Reasons to attend?

  • Get a comparative understanding of the different groups of base oils 
  • Learn about profit analysis using current crude, bas oil, and by-product prices
  • Forecast supply and demand balances for base oils
  • Get a glimpse into future perspectives on the base oil industry

 

About the Trainer

     

       
Amy Claxton, P.E. is a registered professional Chemical Engineer and owns a consulting company called My Energy, specializing in consulting and training for the Base Oils, Waxes, and GTL industries. Her clients include publicly traded and privately held oil, gas, lube and wax companies, as well as law firms, venture capital firms, and other energy consulting companies. With over thirty years of experience in the refining industry, her expertise includes raw materials selection; manufacturing processes and economics; global supply and demand; and intellectual property analysis and support.
 
Prior to starting her own company in 2001, Ms. Claxton worked for Dow Chemical, Exxon, and ExxonMobil. Her assignments included plant engineering and managerial positions in chemical plants and refinery fuels, lube base oil, and wax units. She managed technical services for Exxon’s 500,000 barrel per day refinery in Baytown, Texas, with departmental oversight of 100 employees including chemical, mechanical, civil and environmental engineers.
 
 
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