FACTS & FIGURES

6th EDITION
52% PETROCHEMICAL COMPANIES
33% ATTENDANCE GROWTH
15 PARTNERS
4.6 EVENT RATING
4 INTERACTIVE DISCUSSIONS

Founded in 2013 the CIS Gas Monetisation conference has developed into a regional meeting place connecting international suppliers, operating companies and decision makers of the ammonia, urea and methanol industry.

The event takes place annually in April in Moscow.

Because of the pandemic the last edition of the event was successfully delivered virtually.

With over 300 attendees the conference it focused on global gas trends, projects & infrastructure developments, and the complex range of possible solutions to monetize your gas assets.

AUDIENCE PROFILE

52% PETROCHEMICAL COMPANIES
14% ENGINEERING / EPC
10% EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS
8% SERVICES
7% TRANSPORTATION / LOGISTICS
5% CONSULTANCIES
4% OTHER
27% BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Sales Directors, Business Development Directors, Regional Sales Leads
19% PROJECT MANAGERS
Project Heads, Deputy Department Directors, Project Managers
17% C-LEVEL
General Directors, Vice President, Business Directors
15% TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT
Chief Engineers, Process Directors, Engineers
13% MARKET RESEARCH
Partners, Advisors, Analytical Departments Heads
9% OTHER

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

The region needs the forecast and to find an optimum trajectory for recovery.

Russian and global oil and gas markets are changing rapidly. Price deregulation, unstable demand, COVID 19 impact – how the industry can get the most on a limited market?

Speaking opportunities available 2021

Development of transport and logistics infrastructure for industry needs.

Despite the Russian methanol industry’s export orientation, infrastructure restrictions continue to hamper sales to foreign countries significantly.

What are the forecasts for the development of transport and logistics infrastructure in the near future? How to find a systematic approach to the development of the infrastructure?

Partnership opportunities available 2021 for transport and logistics companies

New technology developments help to monetize and utilize gas

What are the opportunities? Can new technologies help with product commercialization and make production cleaner and more efficient?

The industry requires extensive experience and knowledge in gas monetization.

Partnership opportunities available for licensors and technology providers

 

Digitalization can bring various benefits to day-to-day operations and cost reduction

Digital technologies are not new to the gas industry, but industry players need to know how digital tools can help companies and even be the chance to grow.

Can you provide customers with targeted solutions for practical problems or help to achieve optimization of assets?

Promote your solution for the industry

WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR

The event covers the entire value chain and creates opportunities to connect with the industry players in different segments + top-level content your won't find anywhere else.
SERVICES & EQUIPMENT: VENDORS
It is all about creating meaningful connections face-to-face with relevant industry players. See who attends and get ready to network.
PETROCHEMICAL COMPANIES
Learn what's new in the industry. Share your success stories and discover the best practices and the latest technologies from around the globe.
KNOWLEDGE OWNERS
You are an expert - now let’s show it. Speak and prove your status. Get the valuable insights "first hand" from the industry leading players.
MEDIA
Get access to the top-level content and engage with knowledge owners and key industry players.

REGULAR PARTICIPANTS


PRESENTATIONS 2020

CIS GAS MONETISATION
The capacity development of gas chemical and gas processing projects in the Republic of Sakha
Alexander Klimentyev, Advisor, Permanent Representation of the Republic of Sakha
CIS GAS MONETISATION
NIIK’s experience in modernization of existing and construction of new nitric acid plants
Natalya Temnaya, Deputy General Director, Engineering and Technology Center HimAzot-SPb
CIS GAS MONETISATION
The global balance of gas and capacity of the feedstock supply in competitive regions
Vitaly Yermakov, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
CIS GAS MONETISATION
Gas prices and access to gas infrastructure in Russia as price factors for gas products
Alexey Khmelnitskiy, CEO, ERTA
CIS GAS MONETISATION
Gas-to-chemicals prices: current situation and short-term forecast
Nina Adamova, Senior analyst, Center for Economic Forecasting (CEP), Gazprombank

WHY INDUSTRY PROFS ATTEND THIS EVENT