How Are Your Industry Competitors Navigating the Energy Transition?

October 26-27, 2021 | USA

It is no secret that the oil & gas industry is facing increasing social and environmental pressures to clarify its future role amidst a global energy transition. But the question is simple. Within a changing world, should oil & gas companies be viewed as part of the problem, or as critical to solving it? The entire energy sector, including oil & gas, must transform. And fast.With all feasible IEA projections of net-zero by 2050 including oil & gas in the energy mix, the industry needs act to reduce the environmental footprint of oil & gas, and provide the critical resources and skills required to tackle emissions from some of the hardest-to-abate sectors. Whilst some see this as a challenge, the leaders at the forefront see this as a huge opportunity for new operations and business models. Reuters Events Future of Oil & Gas 2021 unites leaders and change makers from across the energy ecosystem to shed light on the dual-challenge: increased energy demand, and reduced emissions. Run with live and on-demand panel sessions, presentations, and fireside chats, alongside interactive roundtable sessions, Q&A and networking opportunities, this event provides the platform for pioneers and leaders to define the future for the fossil fuel industry, with diverse voices from around the word bringing passion, experience and expertise to deliver a new path forward.

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Chemicals companies will need to focus on distinctive capabilities to succeed Margin management and EBIT protection measures are increasingly becoming a core capability for the industry. Many chemical companies have launched restructuring or fitness programmes in the past 18 months, and the survey suggests this will continue: 71% of chemicals CEOs say they will implement a cost reduction initiative over the next 12 months. These sorts of cost containment and margin improvement programmes are an immediate reaction to a challenging market environment, but we also see some companies starting to consider more holistic transformations in the near future.


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FROST8 will be a hybrid event, comprising both an in-person and a virtual conference

November 24-26, 2021 | USA

Plans for the conference are going exceedingly well and we are confident we will deliver a dynamic, enriching and memorable experience. FROST8 will comprise 3 days of scientific/technical content, including the Keynote presentations, round tables as well as 1-on-1 meetings, providing multiple opportunities to connect with other participants. FROST8 will end with the traditional workshop style Flow Chemistry Academy where exhibitors can present their equipment in operation.

2021 AIChE Annual Meeting

November 7-19, 2021 | USA

Building the Bridge in 21st Century Education To be held in-person at the Hynes Convention Center, Sheraton Boston and Marriott Boston Copley Place over the dates of Nov. 7-11 and virtually from Nov. 15-19, the AIChE Annual Meeting is the forum for ChEs interested in innovation and professional growth. Experts will cover wide range of topics relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging areas in the field.

LNG Bunkering Summit North America

November 9-10, 2021 | USA

To accompany our Global LNG Bunkering Summit, the most established event in the industry, we’re delighted to announce due to great demand, the launch of the LNG Bunkering North American Summit. Our inaugural North American Summit, coming to Jacksonville 9-10th November 2021, will look at the viability of LNG as a long-term solution, explore the viability of AMFs and provide insights that cannot be found anywhere else into the decision making, planning, development, operation, safety and training processes that are driving the LNG Bunkering market in the region forward.

Online Conference "Sustainability and Chemical Production"

November 9-10, 2021 | USA

This Conference will aim at discussing and evaluating the possibilities for developing a more sustainable chemical production. Producers of chemicals and consumer goods find themselves in an increasingly demanding situation with the impending implementation of the European Green Deal and its chemicals strategy for sustainability. Initially the demands of the new regulatory framework seem clear-cut and purposeful. However, they do leave open many questions: How do we define sustainable chemicals and what is a truly sustainable product? How does chemistry help establish sustainable solutions? How does the concept of safe-and-sustainable by design translate back into actual regulatory standards for chemical producers? Which chemicals can we truly live without? What is the actual environmental footprint of a product?

Spotlight

Chemicals companies will need to focus on distinctive capabilities to succeed Margin management and EBIT protection measures are increasingly becoming a core capability for the industry. Many chemical companies have launched restructuring or fitness programmes in the past 18 months, and the survey suggests this will continue: 71% of chemicals CEOs say they will implement a cost reduction initiative over the next 12 months. These sorts of cost containment and margin improvement programmes are an immediate reaction to a challenging market environment, but we also see some companies starting to consider more holistic transformations in the near future.

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