CIS Gas Monetisation focuses on natural gas
and the most effective ways of turning it
into something much more profitable.
The event runs on the platform that can facilitate unique live video interactions between participants, including automated one-on-one networking, multiple concurrent virtual roundtables for breakout group discussions, and a stage for live broadcasting to up to thousands of people.
The CIS Gas Monetisation Virtual Summit aims to provide the same amazing value of physical events — new connections and great content — without the inconveniences.JOIN NOW
CIS GAS MONETISATION - VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE
The first-of-a-kind virtual industry event unlike any you’ve experienced before
Rich, interactive experience that can be accessed from anywhere in the world
Virtual round tables and breakout sessions for everyone to pitch in
Facilitated networking sessions and meaningful connections with relevant senior people
Carefully curated content from the industry’s brightest thinkers and energy thought leaders
Live polls, virtual booths, games, prizes and more
Perspectives and development of the regional and global gas market
Before COVID-19 the global methanol industry was amongst the most rapidly developing in the petrochemical sector. For the last decade, its annual growth rate (more than 6.5%) has been twice that of global GDP. Russian and global oil and gas markets are changing rapidly. What are the opportunities for methanol production: growth or stagnation? Will the industry be able to handle future challenges?
Development of infrastructure for industry needs
Presentations by transport companies following with heated discussion with industry. Ensuring the development of the gas chemical sector is only possible if there is a systematic approach to the development of the infrastructure. An integral element of the required development is the construction of new infrastructure and the modernisation of the existing one.
New and existing projects in Russia and CIS: what are the prospects?
Re-evaluating projects amid the coronavirus pandemic, who will pass the test of reality? For those who can build and launch they face new challenges. At the same time, what risks can be faced by ammonia projects? Will all announced projects go ahead? Will there be changes in distribution channels? What is the impact of technological changes?
What is the key driver of global prices and what is the forecast for price dynamics?
Discussion: Methanol prices are still volatile and difficult to predict. However, investors have to rely on these price forecasts when choosing a project configuration and production volumes.
Brainstorming discussion: Five priority tasks
The format of the discussion relies upon the active participation of all conference delegates, who based on information and statistics received during the two days of the conference will discuss priority tasks for the gas processing sector in the region for the coming year.
CO-LOCATED WITH THE CIS PETROCHEMICALS
CIS Gas Monetisation will run on a virtual platform in parallel with the CIS Petrochemicals conference. All attendees can benefit from networking and content, participate in discussions and group meeting announced for both events.
SPEAKERS AND GUESTS
Head of Strategy and Investment
Director Chemicals Market
Director, Chemical Department, Moscow
BALTIC GAS CHEMICAL COMPANY
Manager of Government Relations & Business Development Asia / Middle East
Head of Sales, Ammonia & Urea
THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS
WHAT OUR ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY
9-10 July 2020
Connecting with the petrochemical industry of Russia and the CIS from the comfort of your home.