Asian Downstream Summit
26-27 October 2022
The Asian Downstream Summit (ADS) is Asia’s most influential downstream oil and gas event; A globally recognised brand, ADS brings together senior industry leaders and decision-makers from all across the downstream value chain to discuss the most pertinent issues and challenges that the industry faces today, and what can be done to overcome them.
Held together with the Asian Refining Technology Conference (ARTC), the ADS agenda focuses on the theme of “Reconfiguring the Industry for the Global Energy Transition”, and explores the various ways that refiners can successfully integrate sustainability into their operations and, ultimately, achieve sustainable operational excellence in ever-evolving market conditions.
The programme will also examine how refiners can cope with a diversifying workforce, with changing skillsets and mindsets, and how the industry can attract and motivate this workforce of the future. How can technology aid in upskilling and transforming a workforce, and where does all this fit into the journey toward a circular economy?
Asian Refining Technology Conference (ARTC)
26-27 October 2022
Against the global landscape of accelerating change throughout the oil & gas industry, the Asian Refining Technology Conference (ARTC) is the key meeting point where thought-leaders look to the future, to embrace change and capture new opportunities to deliver profitable market growth and value creation across the downstream oil and gas supply chain.
Co-located with Asian Downstream Summit (ADS), this year’s ARTC programme will focus on the theme of “Reconfiguring the Industry for the Global Energy Transition”, and will gather leaders across the ASEAN region, as they discuss pertinent topics including the evolution and modernisation of the region’s refining and petrochemicals industry, consequences of the digital wave, and the sustainability of current energy goals set in the market.
ARTC 2022 anticipates a strong turnout, hosting national oil companies (NOCs), integrated oil companies (IOCs), engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors, consultants, financiers, law firms, technology providers, digital vendors, and service companies – all of whom play an active role in the global downstream oil & gas value chain.