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Important information

CIS BASE OILS AND LUBRICANTS

Important information

Globuc has made the decision to cancel all upcoming business conferences that would have taken place in the Russian Federation on an indefinite basis. We find it to be unacceptable to continue our normal activities whilst fighting continues in Ukraine and people are dying.

Further to this, the conferences “CIS Gas Monetisation”, “CIS Petrochemicals”, “CIS Base Oils and Lubricants” and “Go Digital Energy Russia and CIS” will no longer be held on the previously announced dates.

For any questions relating to this news, please contact the Globuc team, using the contact details listed on the conference websites.

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