August 2013

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HP Associations: IRPC 2013 highlights refining, petrochemicals integration

The importance of downstream integration and strategies to compete with new US plants dominated talk at the fourth annual International Refining and Petrochemical Conference (IRPC).The three-day event..

DuBose, Ben, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The importance of downstream integration and strategies to compete with new US plants dominated talk at the fourth annual International Refining and Petrochemical Conference (IRPC). The three-day event, held from July 9–11 in New Delhi, India, featured more than 40 presentations (Fig. 1) from top industry officials on key technical issues within the refining and petrochemical sectors.     Fig. 1. Delegates listened   intently as Suresh Sivanandam   of Wood Mackenzie spoke   about future challenges and   opportunities for Asian refiners. Approximately 300 delegates from 25 countries were on hand for the conference, organized by Gulf Publishi

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