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National Resilience Council Indonesia, Indonesia Defence University and Institute of Sciences Indonesia confirmed to co-host ARTC 2017

01-31-2017 12:51 PM CET | Energy & Environment

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National Resilience Council Indonesia, Indonesia Defence

31 January 2017 – National Resilience Council Indonesia (NRCI), Indonesia Defence University and Institute of Sciences Indonesia are confirmed to co-host the 20th Annual ARTC (Asia Refining Technology Conference) taking place in Jakarta on 29 – 30 March.

Lt Gen Nugroho Widyotomo, Secretariat General of National Resilience Council Indonesia will give an Opening keynote address on “Vision for Indonesia’s refining future: meeting demand and creating a sustainable downstream industry”.

By the organisers of ERTC, the largest Refining conference in Europe, ARTC will bring together global investors, oil companies and technology providers with a view to investing in Indonesia’s refining future and the “RDMP”, as well as the wider Asian downstream sector.

Having recently rejoined OPEC, the Indonesian Government has ambitious plans to cut fuel imports and increase refining capacity. Pertamina’s $25 billion Refining Development Master plan to modernize existing refineries is underway, as are plans to build two new greenroots refineries.

Speakers for ARTC include:
• Dempsy Robby Kambey, GM Asset Management, PT Kreasindo Resources Indonesia
• Didier Casimiro, Vice President for Refining, Petrochemicals, Commerce and Logistics, Rosneft
• Mahendra Kumar Rastogi, Vice President Inspection & Reliability, Bharat Oman Refineries Limited
• Dr XU Youming, Regional Representative of Technology and Marketing, SINOPEC
• Mathew George, Deputy Manager - Petrochemicals Marketing, Indian Oil Corporation
• Philip Graham, Managing Director & Co-Head of Energy, Power and Utilities, Citibank

Key topics to be discussed:
• Investing in Indonesia
Hear from Indonesia's National Resilience Council on how the Government are preparing for future energy demands
• Explore trends in Asia's refining and petrochemicals market from leading local analyst Clive Gibson of Nexant
• Refiner panel
Hear first-hand how Asia's refiners including PTT Global Chemicals and Petronas are tackling declining margins, regional supply and demand and external market threats
• Asian Clean Fuels Association explains what the growing biofuels market means for refiners
• Digital refining panel

A look at how Reliance Industries, Indian Oil Corp, PT Kreasindo, Singapore Refining Company and more are using digital technology to improve operations, maintenance and supply chain

Clarence Woo, Executive Director of Asian Clean Fuels Association comments: “ARTC is an established platform by which the refining industry can come together to learn more about developments and technologies that can improve the industry’s competitiveness, not just within the industry, but more importantly, being prepared against global changes that could drive a complete overhaul of how we operate.”

Sponsors include: Axens, Alfa Laval, Air Liquide, Cat Tech, CRI, Dupont, ExxonMobil, General Atomics, Hoerbiger, Rezel Catalyst Corp, Sabin Metal, Shell Global Solutions, Criterion, Wika, Gayesco, Zyme-Flow and UOP.

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Information about the 20th Annual ARTC:
Event dates and location:

Conference: 29 – 30 March 2017
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

For more information, interviews and media accreditation:

Kelly Tea
Senior Marketing Executive
Email: kelly.tea@clarionevents.com
Tel: +44 207 384 7807

About the World Refining Association
The World Refining Association was founded in 1996 with the launch ofRussia Refining & Petrochemicals in Vienna. Over the years our business has grown from conferences to serving thousands of customers every year through our networking events, industry reports, conferences and exhibitions. We now operate in 18 countries, Europe, Russia and the CIS, the Middle East, and Africa with offices in London, Singapore and the UAE. We are committed to providing the best experience for our customers

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